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"cotino" Discussed on The Vergecast
"I hate this. That means, and then they pick this line for the navy, which is like ships, ship, shipmates self, which means think about your ship, then they should be right. Now it's meta meta mates me. Is there new? It's good. You know, when a company starts breaking out the military metaphors, you definitely know they feel confident. They're doing great. To live in their best. Very good meta mates. I think of you all as my meta mates. Last two, Elon, Elon, Elon. His lawyers filed motion telling a judge that the SEC is chilling his free speech because they keep investigating his tweets. Is that a Tesla take? Yeah, I don't know, man. Okay, here's my thing. I would say, on the Internet, a pattern I have caught is that people will just say legal words, like their magic pro Bono. Yeah. HIPAA. You're just like yell shit. Fair use. And then you're like, you just assume that you've free speech has become one of these phrases, right? You're just like Ron weaseling your ass off. You're just like section two 30. Yeah, that'll do it. It's driving me nuts. Anyway, he had to pay the $20 million fine. He was required to step down a Cecil chairman after the stock price tweet. I'm taking Tesla private from insecure. Can't do that. They hit the monitor as tweets. No one knows they ever did that. And so now he did another tweet that he said Tesla would make around 500,000 cars. This contradicted the company's guidance. That they would make between 316 400,000. So in the context of a public company CEO, how many cars you ship is a big deal how much money you're gonna make? So that's like material information if the company is saying a $100,000 for your cars in your CEO. So they're like, you can't do that. So he's effectively mad that he can't just rip on a bong. And tweet whatever he wants. Yeah. Anyway, the end of this all is Musk to the SEC was making unconstitutional power grab. This true thing. And then the judge to the lawyers in court said come back with your reasonable Pence on. Great, I didn't get that right. The judge said, come back with your reasonableness pants on. Yes. Even weirder. When you settled this down. So then now you have later Musk was like, did the pole where he's like, should I sell 10% of my stake in Tesla? He was already going to do it because he had to. So it's like a joke, you know? But then he did it, the Tesla shares dropped. So the SEC is like, he can't be doing this to anyway, this is all nuts and he's just out there yelling free speech when he's the public company. He can move the stock price. Anyway, I need a word for magic word lawyering. If he's just like, look at Twitter, it's everywhere, just like people just screaming legal terms of art. I got it. Amicus tweet. I was going with some muggle attorney. He's really good. Like you say the magic words don't do anything. All right, if you got ideas tweet about me. Okay, last one, Disney is developing planned communities around the United States. They're called story living. So you can live your story life at Disney. What's wild is this isn't the first time they've done a planned community. Right, they've got celebration, which is apparently very strange place looking forward. But now they're going to do story living by Disney. But the plan with story living is they're going to have storylines integrated into your shopping trip to go buy groceries or something. So everything will be part of a Disney storyline. Can I just read these two sentences, members of the public will be able to visit cotino, which is the name of the first story of the community. By purchasing day passes. While a section of the development will be set aside for residents aged 55 and up. So it's a zoo for retirees. Where do they make the Soylent green? Under the fountain. Okay, okay. It's very filters down. I just love the idea of America reconstituting itself as a series of theme parks and then we have to in their service by Amazon warehouses. And then we have to drive through the badlands to get from one heavily guarded day pass theme park to another. Let's do it. I've watched that movie so many times. It was rad. Charlize Theron was great. The odds will definitely be in our favor. I'm going to move to story living. All right, that's it. We have gone far over. It was a delight. You can tweet at us. Dieter is at backlot. Alex is Alex H kranz, Ashley is Ashley R Carmen. Monica is mc² 96. I'm at reckless. We love hearing from you. It's like a great time. Tell us about Bing. It was good. I want to call it Becca's video about shooting wildlife photography. So good. It's incredible. Very good. Just go watch it. It's a delight. It was like emotional at the end. It starts with it starts with P and it ends with tears. It's a full journey. In there, it's just you go places. All right, that's it. Rock and roll..
"cotino" Discussed on This Week In Google
"This goes beyond this includes content. In wait a minute. Am I going to have a Mickey in my living room? Is he going to come? I think you might. They're trying to figure it out. So if you go to story living by Disney dot com, you can learn more. Yeah. We need to find out what query doctor thinks about this, because it was a really big Disney fan, and he also doesn't like dystopia. And I think he might be very torn. Well, I think it's a new novel for Corey. Well, everybody absolutely a new novel. Everybody loves Disney. It doesn't mean you want to live with him. But Disney wasn't the downtown kind of a failure? Or was it a success? I seem to remember, I was trying to look it up and now you always can find is this. They're going to do the first one in Rancho mirage. Oh, okay. So you can move there. It's a 55 plus Palm Springs. Yeah, no, I'm moving all your eligible now. Yeah, here's a guy. Look, he's playing a guitar, so that's good. They've got restaurants. Your dog can eat at the table in Disney World. They've got lemons. They've got limes. They've got oranges. I don't really see much to recommend it right here. And they've got a desert. If you're not going to retire. They're going to have this wonderful service. Oh, it's called cotino, a story a story living by Disney community. So that's a complicated questionable fun photography. I'm impressed with that. That looks fonts are in this one, two, three, four. That too. But the T it's not a where's the top. And the seems to be falling over. Because it's over 55. I don't know. Welcome to a dynamic creative oasis set within the stunning landscape of talk about your language defining culture. What does that work say? Can you please come up with an alternative pronunciation for us now, Kathy, since I were specialty? I can't even read it. But uncle Walt be there? Jeff, I'm going. That's what it looks like. And I can't see the rest of the team. Oh, that's not a tea that's an eye? No, it's probably a tea, but we're not sure. Well, you can't see it. Can you? 'cause it's so cool. Maybe if I make it bigger. You shouldn't have to. But.
"cotino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well I just in terms of that scale the shortage in Poland in terms of drivers is a 123,000 people And the whole association's estimate here is a 100,000 So I do think we have to have that sort of sense of scale and where there's hundreds of thousands of shortages and drivers across the continent as well as here But in terms of the temporary visas we have introduced some We know we are being pragmatic here but overall this shortage predates Brexit and we've been talking about potential shortages upcoming in this industry for years and years and years And actually I do think we need to accurately diagnose it as one of wages and conditions So that we can properly solve the problem Yeah but wages and conditions are going to be a long-term issue as indeed as training new people even the amount of visas we don't see vast numbers of Laurie drivers coming back with the change in the system I mean we're going to be stuck with this for well for several months perhaps even half a year going forward aren't we What are the changes that we've made making it easier to get that license which is you know people are coming through now We've seen the visas of being put in place which will help some people come over But we've also seen something which is happening already which is that wages that are being offered to new drivers are increasing That's something that we're already seeing within the sector But for the short term problem that we've got now we've taken some pragmatic steps and we've also got as you'll have seen the military starting today to help in those areas where you are seeing some acute problems to help unblock some of the systemic challenges we're facing That was clear cotino who was conservative in people sorry east all supplementary private Secretary of the Treasury speaking to me from Manchester yesterday on Bloomberg Westminster on today's program we're going to have much more of this on what's going on in Manchester Laura farris is conservative MP for newbury We'll be joining us live from Manchester and you can catch it all at noon UK time on London DAB or download the podcast later from Apple music or your preferred radio app Lots to come then on UK politics Now for the latest in global news it's been basically an Good morning Anna and thank you Facebook suffered a major shutdown for around 6 hours yesterday.
"cotino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Show you get started tonight. We want to have this important discussion. We're joined by. Topo Padilla Padilla bail bonds here in town. Also Nina Salarno, who is the president of the crime victims United, who lost her sister, Beautiful sister, Cotino, Rose Solano at only 18 years old. Back in September of 1979. As I recall. Thank you both for joining us tonight. Nina and Tobias greatly appreciate your time here tonight because this is very important as I mentioned prior to the break their you know, lawmakers here caliphate here in California. You know, they've been debating the overhaul of this bail system. They've been doing this for a long time. You guys have been doing this for a long time, Topo. Um, but you know it was voters, rejecting this measure that would have eliminated the cash bail from any of this offensive. Then you have Bob Hertzberg, Van Nuys Democrat. Uh, then then he introduced this bill that would cut the amount of money. That arrest is paid to get out of jail. So this has been bantered around and talked about and talked about. What do you say to people are like, didn't we? Didn't we reject this? Then why are we seeing this? Well, it was called a SP 10 and Senate Bill 10 was a measure that Bob Hertzberg and the current attorney general Rob Bonta, proposed and that would have completely eliminated. He bailed on industry. People use the word cash bail, and it makes my stomach turn that is like saying cash, car insurance. And this is not against you. Because the word to use they've used these buzz words they use these Measures to try and confuse people, But they using that word is like saying cash attorney and it makes me sick. It is a bail bond. And what proposition 25 was a measure that was brought about Yeah. The veil industry because we know what we do in the criminal justice system, and that is to ensure that people would go to court and also to give people their constitutional rights. To bill should they be arrested and a judge does not release them so proposition 25 was put before the voters and by more than two million votes. It prevailed, meaning the voters of California said No. We want to lead the bail bond industry in place and has a constitutional right. And what is Bob Hertzberg? Dude, he comes along and says, Well, the voters were confused. They didn't understand what they were voting. And that kind of talk makes me sick because back to what I mean. It's uh, talked about a little bit ago was proposition 47 that was called the seat schools and safe. Yeah, right. Tell me. Sure. Cutting this instances of people does for public safety have one important thing, and I'm sorry to get on this. I'm banter, but one of the important things about prop 47. People do not think about it happens every day. It stops. The district attorney and the judge is from looking at people's past criminal history. When they look at sitting there when they look at sentencing when you look at anything, there's parts of that. That saying No, you can't look at that. You just need to look at the current Crime that this person is being charged with, and that's unfortunately and, as was said in has been said by many. I don't know what judge did this, but I pray for that judge well because that judge may have been put up against the wall. Saying, This is what I have to do. So it is an unfortunate turn of circumstances. But I pray to the good Lord the people of California people of this country. We'll make a turn and start holding people accountable for the actions. So when we think about, well, this judge is out of his mind for doing that. There is the possibility that he was basically forced and he had no He really had no choice. Okay, We need to think about that. And I think it's fascinating. And just a crime in itself. Um, pathetic. Quite frankly, if you're telling me and I didn't realize this, and I don't know how many people did. Maybe I need to do even deeper research. But I mean, I've seen the effects of prop 47. I've seen people go into a store security guard standing there. You just take everything you want. Leave. What are you going to do? Um, and it's just absurd. But the fact that they're not looking at their past criminal history, there's a key piece of that That's preventing them from doing that. I was not aware of that. Yeah. And then I think you could probably talk more to that about property 7 57, Because crime victims United is one of the few organizations that gets to stand up to these legislators and say no, This is not good, but they don't have the financial backing that all these progressive liberal groups that are trying to tear down the criminal justice system. But Nina, if you could talk about natch done for the judge can and highlight a little bit of wood. Topo just said, which is interesting. If you remember Pat, um and you may have caught it in the news 10 days ago. Crime victims United joined with 48, California district attorney's ensuing Governor Newsom And the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to prevent the release of 79,000 violent criminals into our streets were actually having to soup. To protect our own communities. And what I found. Just disgusting is in the arguments in the first round of court, Um there was a question because initially, the suit was brought by the district attorney's. There was a question that they had standing And the argument said. Well, crime victims United outstanding and the attorney general's representative said in court and to terrify well good luck trying to find a victim or victims group that has the money to outlast the attorney general's office. Obviously, they didn't count on the fortitude of crime victims United because no amount of money would keep us from not protecting. But that is the attitude that permeates our legislature right now and our ministrations. They don't care about victims. They don't care about public safety. They don't care about our families in California. Um so that was just kind of a sign up. But to answer what Uh, Topol would say is it's just really these so called criminal justice. Reforms are nothing more than just get out of jail free cards from very violent individuals. And unfortunately and instant people like this woman and land park like this 17 year old girl. In Orange County and, um, are paying the price and 47 57 went so far that you can't even not consider the violent history with setting bail. You can't even consider the past. When they're releasing amount of prison. The parole board is now hands are tied to only look at their current crying. So they can't go back into the violent history of the person. And they are releasing some whore like this man out of Fresno, just horribly unknown, rehabilitated violent individuals that are just coming out and committing crime after crime. Did you? I'm sorry. Go ahead. Awful. Did you did you say did 79 1000 violent criminals. We're going to be released into the state. We're suing to stop it. 79,000. I think it's 78 Sorry. I might have Well 78,000. Okay, I'm talking to a person here. Who you lost your sister Cotino Rose. Beautiful, young lady 18 years old. This guy is still in prison. I hope this guy that I'm not going to say his name. I know that he was denied years ago. I hope he's I don't know what his his current status is, but I hope he's behind bars. So this has hit you personally. You know when I looked open when I look at Nina at at and it's the streets and some of my podcast I'm doing right now. There's a lot of mentally ill living on the streets right now. It's It's just unbelievable what we're seeing in our cities. Now you're telling us and informing us that you're trying to stop 78,000 violent criminals. When we heard our mayor and our governor say, Look, don't worry. We're not releasing violent people. This is not what would but the truth is, that's what we're doing. So now when we have the situation already on the streets where people don't know what to do we have mentally ill on the streets were seeing fires burning everywhere We see this horrible crime here. We're talking. You talked about the guy who made the guy, you know, you know, Dig his own grave and lay in it and all that. We're letting these people out. People are fed up. And where are these people going to go? Because when you're violent, violent criminal, Good luck..
"cotino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At Harvard Street. Route two East van just before the L. A Brick parkway. Disabled vehicle is blocking the right hand lane in Cambridge, Laurie Grandi, WBC's traffic on the threes. All right there. Loreal Look Canal at the WBZ four Day Act two other forecast cloudy and cool that's going to be the story for today. Highs around 73 degrees. Some of us will see a few showers and thunderstorms out there later on this evening, down to 65 Tropical storm else's with us tomorrow we have tropical storm warnings all over the coastlines of southern New England and also some flash flood watches. Going to be out there as well All day tomorrow, clearing out Saturday and Sunday. Some sunshine in the mix highs into the mid to upper seventies could see a rain shower out there on Sunday, but the weekend for the most part Looking pretty good. But tomorrow is going to be a mess out there. 66 right now in Boston. It is 9 36 here on WBZ NewsRadio, and we've got Wimbledon going on right now on some dramas building and the women's semifinals. Ashleigh Barty number one player in the world, taking the first set from Angelique Kerber. But Kerber is coming back. 422 in the second set. Shipping up to be a great first semi final at Wimbledon that is ongoing. Mass State police are teaming up with the animal rescue league to protect our four legged friends from heat stroke. Did you just leave a dog in a hot car? Bad owner Even with the Windows cracked, parked in a shaded area When the temperatures 80 degrees, it could be over 100 degrees in a matter of minutes inside the vehicle. Dr. Edwards Cotino of the animal Rescue League is right. He spoke next to a state police cruiser with a thermometer on the dashboard by the end of the 10 minute press conference had maxed out at 1 20 as the temperature increases. So does the risk of heatstroke. If you come across a situation like this in a parking lot, aerials director of Law Enforcement joking says, Try to find the owner if that fails, called 911. If that's taking too long, you.
"cotino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Symptoms include heavy, panting glazed eyes, possible seizures. You get the idea now. What if you come across a dog in someone else's car? Here's joking. Ariel's director of law enforcement first thing You should do try to locate the owner of the car. If that fails, the next step is to call 911. But if that's taking too long, and the doors are locked, he says, you can use reasonable force to get inside. This may not be new information to you. But doctors, Cotino says they still see hot car cases every year. One case is too many for something that is completely preventable. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio. It's now 6 32 Jeopardy. Fans are calling out a controversial clue. For this week's final round. I happen to be watching at the time and boy, if your sports fan it was an easy one. CBS is Deborah Rodriguez has all the details. So Sanjay Gupta did the honors in 2019. This public university attempted to trademark the word the For use on clothing and hats. Way too easy Fans tweeted. What is the Ohio State University? Everyone got it. Portland Community College history professor Courtney Shaw ended up the winner. Dr Gupta admitted in his own tweet reading The Clue was challenging. He graduated from the University of Michigan, a longtime rival of the Ohio State University, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News and you can now starts called Tampa title town twice in their second straight family counts, Kenny Albert NBC sports on the call. Yet it's not just Tom Brady taken home.
"cotino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Day 14 of the search at that site, officials announcing today they found 10 more victims bringing the death toll now up to 46. 6 18 Let's go back to the tropics, now Tropical Storm Elsa National Hurricane Center, saying the storm is getting weaker as it makes its way over Northern Florida tonight, going into Georgia. Now, even though it's not getting strength over the ocean, it could pack a bit of a punch in the coming days. Here's a B. C s chief meteorologist Ginger Zee. The threat for gusty winds and tropical storm force conditions with flash flooding extends all the way through Georgia, then South Carolina. So Charleston midnight to six AM on Thursday, and then by the time it makes it to the mid Atlantic and Northeast Thursday night through Friday. New York City will actually see impacts from Elsa on the order of the 30, plus mile per hour gusts up into Maine will be dealing with it through Friday afternoon, and again that storm could possibly get a bit stronger over the open water before it shows up on our shores. What more on that coming up in traffic and weather together at 6 23? Well, we are on the last day of the summer heat here for the week in our neck of the woods, But we've been telling you about that debt that really blistering heat out West. Triple digit temps still making much of that part of the country, and we're learning more now about just how deadly last week's heatwave was. The number of dead in Oregon from last week's heat wave has now risen to 116 going up by the day. Oregon is now declaring last week's Heat wave, a mass casualty event. Most of the victims were in their fifties, sixties and seventies. But some were as young as their thirties and as old as her late nineties. Many were alone without air conditioning, Overcome by 115 degree temperatures, Alec Stone ABC news and no matter how quickly you think you can run in, run out of the store just to grab some milk, whatever you need, it might not be quick enough to prevent tragedy when it comes to your furry friend. Did you just leave a dog in a hot car? Bad owner Even with the Windows cracked, parked in a shaded area When the temperatures 80 degrees, it could be over 100 degrees in a matter of minutes inside the vehicle. Dr Edwards Cotino of the animal Rescue League is right. He spoke next to a state police cruiser with a thermometer on the dashboard. By the end of the 10 minute press conference, it had maxed out at 1 20 as the temperature increases. So does the risk of heatstroke..
"cotino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The danger and they do it because of the families and we're seeing it here. Ali Ventnor ABC NEWS PHOENIX Elsa affecting the west Coast of Florida, and we are set to see the remains of that tropical storm here tomorrow night and into Friday, the National Hurricane Service as the storm. Is losing strength as it impacts northern Florida after making landfall earlier today. Georgia set to feel the impacts later on today also will be making its way up the East Coast, the western U. S and South West Canada in for some more brutally hot weather in the coming days, forecasters say Death Valley, California could hit 130 just four degrees below the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth. Parts of British Columbia, where the tiny town of light and got up to 121 last month will see highs around 100 by the weekend. Daytime highs. 25 degrees. Is hotter than historic averages are likely from the West Coast into the Great Basin and the national Weather Services overnight lows in many places will stay close to 100 in northwest Arizona areas below 4000. Ft could range between 110 and 117. Michael Kastner, the mass state police teaming up with the animal rescue League help protect our furry friends from heat stroke more from WBC's Mak Sure, this time of year your car gets so hot that you can make cookies inside of it. Trust me, I've done it, but that's no place for a pet. Just ask Dr Edwards Cotino from the Animal Rescue League as a dog's core temperature rises. Animal go into shock and even organ failure. Symptoms include heavy, panting glazed eyes, possible seizures. You get the idea now. What if you come across a dog in someone else's car? Here's joking. Ariel's director of law enforcement.
"cotino" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Seller TV. I'm Taryn Winter. Brill. We're here with Julie Cotino. She's the author of Twist How Fresh Perspectives Build Breakthrough Brands. It's Great to Have you With Us. Glad to Be Here, Terence. So first off to what does twist refer isn't a verb. Is it? A noun? Do tell. It's both. Actually. Okay. So twist is a noun like a plot twist writing, you know, new and exciting about your bank brand in your business, And it's also the verb to twist things to Not a category. Best practices brands that you love that had nothing to do with your brand. And then you twist those best practices with your business. Okay, So tell us about the genesis for putting this in writing. What did you find was missing. What was the mistake? People are making that you're trying to fix with the book. Yeah, I think it's so hard these days to stand out in any category. There's so much competition. Yeah, fact I just got back from teaching a class with Tyra Banks. Stanford at the Graduate School of his Yes, Wow. And tire always says that it's better to be different than to be better. And I think that's true. I don't guides enough anymore for business is just to be really good at what they do. Unfortunately, I think they have to be really good what they do, and they have to be unique and stand out. So that's why I wrote the book. I really want to help businesses of all sizes. Learned how to stand out breakthrough. Make the most of the tiny budgets that we have this day's entire bags. Probably say that it was applicable to her right in her time. She was different. Yeah, right. She broke through. She had to differentiate herself. And it's also about personal branding as well in the book. Sure, And I like you discussing the book. Sort of the moment. You know, this'd idea thing. Twist approach came to be involved in barrage. Please tell us a little bit about it story it is, Yeah. It was in the winter of 2002 and I was a branding consultant. I was traveling a lot, and I was at Newark Airport, having a very ho hum experience. You know, I really love to visit clients. But I don't really love to travel because I find that the whole process is kind of boring. You know, there isn't a twist, and in this particular day I was at Newark Airport, and I looked up and all of a sudden I saw these McDonald's golden arches on the tail fin of an airplane. And in that moment, I thought to myself, that's an air line that has a twist. You know that's going to be different. It's gonna have more friendly attitude, maybe a menu of options. You know, McDonald's likes to supersize things. So maybe I could order a regular economy. See, See, the plane was really crowded and then supersized my seat. So I actually start to get really excited about this airline experience. And then I looked up again and I realized it was a mirage. It was the reflection of the food court on the airplane window, and there happened to be a jet parked there. How serendipitous like I mean, the angles were you were sitting alive. A lot goes into that timing. It was crazy, and it really was only about 30 seconds. But it was 30 seconds. That changed my life. A lightbulb epiphany moment. Exactly what What did you do next? You said to yourself. I said, That's how you do it. You know, I was working on some clients and I went back and I said I was working with the cosmetics client. I said, Well, this is how we're going to innovate for this client. We're going to stop worrying about what all the competition does. You know it was Avon at the time is that we're not gonna look at Revlon or Loreal or Mary Kay. We're gonna look at brands that have great experiences, but in different categories and take those experiences and twist them back, and we did that, and we came up with one hour brainstorming tons of new idea. Is that we had never approached before, And from that moment on, I've been I've been twisting after the race and twisted. So can you give us some real life examples and twist stories that you mentioned Avon? How you know, putting this execution of the twist, so to speak. Well, I actually had the great fortune to work for Virgin for many years of is the head of brands Richard Branch, Richard Branson and one of the reasons I was so excited when they called me to go work there. Most of us like to be out.
"cotino" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To best seller TV. I'm Taryn Winter. Brill. We're here with Julie Cotino. She's the author of Twist How Fresh Perspectives Build Breakthrough Brands. It's Great to Have you With Us. Glad to Be Here, Terence. So first off to what does twist refer isn't a verb is that it now on do tell. It's both, actually. So twist is a noun like a plot twist writing, you know, new and exciting about your bat brand and your business, And it's also the verb to twist things together. Okay, so to what does it apply, so it applies to finding a fresh way to talk about your brand? To stand out in the marketplace, and it also applies to the methodology that I've created where you look at a category best practices brands that you love and nothing to do with your brand. Then you twist those best practices with your business. Okay, So tell us about the genesis for putting this in writing. What did you find was missing. What was the mistake? People are making that you're trying to fix with the book. Yeah, I think it's so hard these days to stand out in any category. There's so much competition. In fact, I just got back from teaching a class with Tyra Banks Stanford at the Graduate School of Business. Wow, Entire always says that it's better to be different than to be better. And I think that's true. I don't think it's enough anymore for business is just to be really good at what they do. Unfortunately, I think they have to be really good what they do, and they have to be unique and stand out. So that's why I wrote the book. I really want to help businesses of all sizes. Learn how to stand out breakthrough. Make the most of the tiny budgets that we have these days. Entire bags. Probably say that that was applicable to her, right, because in her time she was different yet, right? Yeah, she broke through. She had to differentiate herself. And it's also about personal branding as well in the book. Sure, And I like you discussing the book sort of the moment. You know that this idea this twist approach came to be involved in Mirage. Please tell us what this is A true story, and it So was in the winter of 2002. And I was a branding consultant. I was traveling a lot, and I was at Newark Airport, having a very ho home experience. You know, I really love to visit clients. But I don't really love to travel because I find that the whole process is kind of Boring. You know, there isn't a twist, and in this particular day I was at Newark Airport, and I looked up and all of a sudden I saw these McDonald's golden arches on the tail fin of an airplane. And in that moment, I thought to myself, that's an air line that has a twist. You know that's going to be different. It's gonna have more friendly attitude, maybe a menu of options. You know, McDonald's likes to supersize things. So maybe I could order a regular economy. See, See, the plane was really crowded and then supersized my seat. So I actually start to get really excited about this airline experience. And then I looked up again and I realized it was a mirage. It was the reflection of the food court on the airplane window, and there happened to be a jet parked there. How serendipitous. I know. I mean, the angles were you were sitting alive. A lot goes into that timing. Yeah, it was crazy. And it really was only about 30 seconds. But it was 30 seconds. That changed my life. A lightbulb epiphany moment. Exactly what What did you do next? You said to yourself. I said, That's how you do it. You know, I was working on some clients and I went back and I said I was working with a cosmetics client. I said, Well, this is how we're going to innovate for this client. We're going to stop worrying about what all the competition does. You know it was Avon at the time is that we're not gonna look at Revlon. Has someone in your family lost a job recently and now you can't afford your mortgage payment, or do you have a rental property And your tenants aren't paying you quick cash offer can come to the rescue and pay you cash for your home immediately. Yes..
"cotino" Discussed on KCRW
"Our hosts and DJs, so please go to kcrw dot com slash giff. Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles. It's a chilling development in the pandemic. The availability of intensive care unit beds at many Southern California hospitals has reached 0% because of the explosion of covert patients. Position. Brad spell. Berg is the chief medical officer of L. A county USC Medical Center, one of the area's largest hospitals. We have no ICU beds. We are just continually 24 hours a day scrambling to move patients around Flood just continues. When I see youse reaches 0% capacity Hospital's going to surge mode, moving patients to other hospital areas like the emergency rooms forecast. Predictive infection rates continue. There could be thousands of people in need of ICU beds in the region by early next month. To deal with patient overflow. The state is opening temporary field hospitals across California. The covert pandemic has been tough for California's childcare providers as well, many of struggle to keep their doors open in order to care for the Children of a central workers. And they're getting little support themselves. Cake reads Katie or spoke with two women who are trying to make it all work. Child care provider Cotino Richardson has a lot on her plate these days. She's juggling kids aged two tonight, Okay, You guys have to make sure we use our inside voice and some new responsibilities as well. Remember, we have our school age kids here. Zoom in today. Richardson owns and operates the Littles daycare out of her home in Hayward, California. The pandemic has presented a number of challenges, including dealing with distance learning. Normally, Richardson wouldn't see her older kids until after school got out. But with many of their parents working, she has made her home their school. Now we're also juggling 3 to 4 different teachers that salami with the Children. So now we're finding quiet spaces so that they can kind of focus. Richardson isn't doing it on her own. She has the help of her assistant and friend, Andrea Williams, Andrea. How are you this morning, Williams said she had another job working with autistic kids. But she stopped working there in an attempt to limit her social bubble. This is her home, and then I go to my home, which I have a grand baby. That's three years old at my home and matter lot on helping my mom. So I have to make sure that I'm safe at all times to make sure that they're safe. When I go home. It's a stressful situation for everyone. Richardson and Williams say they're constantly acting as teachers trying to keep the kids protected and trying to keep Richardson's home extra clean. And while schools have budgets and staff and supply chains to help get them through Childcare providers are largely on their own. These women say it can be exhausting. Everything has just come down even, you know, just washing her sheets. They're blank is more often and then herself because she has to buy these extra supplies for her home to make sure that she say, I have to buy supplies from my home to make sure that I'm saved and we didn't get anything for been essential workers. Thousands of providers across the state have decided it's easier to close than to navigate the pandemic. The Department of Social Services estimates more than 2400 providers have permanently closed. Thousands more have endured temporary closures after being exposed to cove. It In order to keep her doors open. Richardson and Williams makes safety a top priority. They were masks and face shields and try to limit their physical contact with the kids who also wear masks. There are procedures in place for drop off and pick up all the kids have to put their coats into a tote, so they're not touching we have. Ah, thermometer were taken in temperatures in longer than daily as they're entering the daycare. Richardson also bought plexiglass divider She puts between the kids to help stop the spread of germs. She switched to paper plates and cups for meal times. She and Williams are constantly wiping down surfaces and toys. For the most part, Richardson says, the Children have adapted well. The key is have really call on it really caught on. I'm really proud of them for what they do as little people. Still, she says. It's not fair to make providers like her handled the pandemic without more support in the same needs to understand that that us as providers Have not shut my door not one day for the California report. I'm Katie or in Sacramento. For childcare providers like the ones you just heard. There's now a direct line to state officials to make the case that more resource is air needed to do the job safely. In fact, just yesterday, the newly ratified Childcare providers union had its second bargaining meeting with the state.
"cotino" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Our final segment of curb appeal, and I we mentioned just a few minutes ago. Ah, landscaping and I cannot give a better solution to you for getting that long looking great. And right now it's a great time to do it with the fall coming in, Get those nutrients in there before it gets cold. Can have its store all these nutrients in the roots of your lawn in your landscaping. Call my friend Joe Cotino. You'll really like him. He's in for 219522. That's for 219522. And I know a lot of my neighbors. Now we're using him and they got jealous because they got jealous. That's right. And look him up at bio green. S a dotcom that's bio like biology. Green essay dot com. And so landscaping is a wonderful thing that makes everybody feel good. It's good for the environment. It avoids slowly rose the bees. I've got lots of bees at my house. That's not everything is just blooming. Everything is buzzing. And so we want to talk about Also other things you could do besides landscaping and one of some of the simple things you Khun do is that the next ones? We're going to talk about? Paint the house paint the doors. You know, there's just a lot you could do with. You can even paint brick and stone. Yes, it's it doesn't look good that's painted. We just think a stone house. Yeah, we did, and fits two. Like you said, Paint your fence. I don't recommend painting most of them you staying them and use a good thing. Pretty white picket fence. Yeah, it's just it's just hard to maintain them. And it's the wood doesn't last this long when you do that, But most most most Chances are not painted, but they can be if they're metal. Another thing you can paint is your mailbox make it look good or better yet, make it kind ofthe blend in with the architecture of the home that we mentioned the tailor's mailbox. If you have a mailbox, that's right. We mentioned the tailors, and there's this cool. It's like a mini version of their house. No, this is really cool. Chad and I came up with a great design on that one. Chad. I got to give the most credit, too. But that's a cool mailbox. And it makes a statement. We'll remember. It was my idea to make sure that they did their mailbox because their mailbox looked so much like their old your version of the You were the one that I think this is so bad. It's going to look so bad in my pictures. So something so small, you're right would've taken away from the beauty of the home. So if you have a mailbox get that also, and the address numbers to you think something so small is the address numbers wouldn't make a difference in whether people liked your home or not, but it can send a subtle message. You know it to me. It's like your logo on your company. Your logo can have a certain nice font to it and say something to people very suddenly. Or can say what you know, and the same is true with your home with your numbers. If you put your numbers in a really pretty fun that goes with style, whether it's modern, contemporary, mid century century or traditional, then picked the numbers that go with that and put arrange them in a way that it's easy to see and attractive. That was going to mention the numbers are also fall into the safety category. They really do, because if you are calling an ambulance or a fire truck they need to know Which house is yours? I mean, a fire truck You can figure out but that also needs put your numbers close to allay area that has lit. I could be on your on your mailbox. And you can light mailboxes, too, by the way, and that could be a real subtle lighting with a led low voltage and that can work out really nicely. Then you've got You know, you've got it all harmonizing now. Yeah. And of course, the other thing I want to mention is be clean and neat. Keep your house clean and neat. Maybe pressure wash those walkways. Fix any any bad concrete. Put your trash hands in a concealed area. Very good and thought of that. But that's true. You could build a little enclosure that matches the home. That's what our neighbor did. They put Top defense out a little further so that we had a nice little area for his mailbox is to be hated. That's all it takes is a little wing wall of offense or something that looks like the home and that could be very inexpensive, but he can sure improve the look. I have not seen any of those trash cans match your homes. No, I don't think the city is doing that. They're not giving those custom matching home matching. Ah, Garbage disposal cans. So get your fence to match and get your your house to cover it so that you have something that looks so much better. That was a good learning to write that one down and Ah, and then, of course, like we said, if something needs to be repaired, repair it. Yeah, don't leave it, You know, light bulbs on changed right? And you know your house needs to be cleaned every so often. It needs to be washed and a lot of times. You think you need to pay job when actually, it just needs to be washed the right way. There's treatments to the home that can make that that siding on that brick look like it came alive and look like it used to be. You may not realize how it's changed color. And you may think. Well, I just gonna hold off because it needs to be painted. Well, maybe it doesn't. But I guess what? Even if you need to paint, you gotta clean it first, So I try to clean first get that done first. It's a fraction of the cost and you know if you if you can figure out a way to get your car's in the garage That's going to make your home look bigger. And unless you know the cars don't match the home. I'm sorry they don't. They just don't match the home in most cases, so you really want to push that in the.
"cotino" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I mean, what you know, works shows are our attitude as a lead. You know, diversity is paramount in our league and given, you know, given you know, Nancy shied, and we'd knew it, Amy could do given Lisa shot this year to us is, is just like smart. I mean not only do they have the cash shea and our hall of fame. Some of the best players that ever touched the ball. But you know they have the passion and you know, to me is really all about, you know, wanting to do the job and taking his serious and Nancy. You know show what she's all about last year, and that's why she wanted to championship. And I, expect Lisa to come in, and do well, Cotino Mobely put it best. He said, you know, women taught us how to walk in speak. They can damn show show is how to dribble and shoot. So, you know, I it's, it's a no brainer to us is, you know, it's not a hard decision to make. It's very easy. Few minutes left here with ice cube on the rich Eisen show. All right. Let's talk about the NBA right now. Yeah. You think the warriors are gonna take it all regardless of what we're seeing the conference finals? Right. Yep. I do. I think you know they've been there. They know what it takes. They've had a little, you know, I guess adversity, you know during the season in now and I think the guys on the floor have something to prove, you know, even though they've won championships in this day, you know, third. I mean it was what third and fourth in five years, and that they. Still wanna prove, you know, if they have to do it without Katie that, you know, they're able to step up to that challenge and a team that's that deep with something to prove is dangerous. You think katie's out the door? A lot of people think he's already made his decision. Everybody on his team says he is not I think it would be nuts to, to assume that he's gonna leave right now to you know, it's like he's, he's going to be a three time champion right here, you know. And he has nothing approved to me, you know, so keep when you've been would be, you know, him to me, just Sean, you still feel like he has some improved. But to me, you know, he's still wanted to best, you know, two three players in the world ever. I don't know what ever you know, it's like ever ever ever, ever, Kevin Durant. I mean if he but what I'm saying is if he stays there and he keeps winning. He's got five six rings by the end of his warrior thing you wouldn't be able to sit there and sees one of the greatest of all time, like, of course on. I'm gonna say he's wanted to greatest of all times, you know, but I'm always say one of the greatest, you know, I, I don't think you can measure all times and in terms of what we're seeing in the Eastern Conference finals. We could talk about Janas and, and we could also talk about Colli, but so many people talking about Drake putting his hands nurse. What'd you figure that you him putting on the face having a good time? You know, me I don't out. I wouldn't you know, step over that line and, and make myself part of the game in any kind of way other than just being a fan maybe yelling at a reference to, but, you know, you know, he's the king of Canada. And he can do what he wanted..
"cotino" Discussed on Stoppage Time: Champions League
"And then a double nomination for Kevin debris. I his pass to Ricky sterling for his second goal throat. Just you couldn't put into into actuality a representation of threading the needle better than that. I can't understand how he gets that ball so perfectly. But he kind of also does himself on his run up into the assist to Cerro Guerra where he pulls. Messy. I'm going left. I'm going, right. You have no idea. What's happening only, Phil Jones. Good explode in this moment in front of me. And then just lays it off perfectly guero to blast it into the net. I I don't even know what to do with this category. Yeah. You could tell that Aguayo goal. Debris. No went to celebrate. With the guero that he kinda like stone cold killer. Look like, yeah. I just feel the game. That's it. I'm unstoppable goes into Bruin that here because he's just he was the unsung hero. If you will of the Manchester United or mentioned city match. He really was just absolutely pulling the strings incredible. Yeah. If you had to give it to the assist or I mean, they're both assists. But would you give it to the the cross low cross or the run-up up? Yeah. Me too. I think me too because he's just like it was watching it. And I thought it was like watching messy. It was like the ball at his foot was just I mean, he could do literally anything he wanted with it. It was unbelievable Kevin debris. I mean, so close to just being like, I feel like the world absolute best player. If you could just dominate a little bit more dominated match, they healthy that to of course. Those are my those are my special wards read anything anything else that you think I missed. No. I think I think you covered it here back. All right. I appreciate that nation of of of the batch and everything to go with it. I was feeling inspired by cities loss, you know, just brought the life back into. I was ready to shut down the podcast yesterday with United out and cities loss. I dunno. It reinvigorated me. Energy to take it through to the final. But before we get to the final read. We gotta get through the semifinals. And so we gotta talk predictions baby Tottenham versus I XE Barscelona versus Liverpool. It's just one of those things where you almost feel like there's an easy. You know? I mean, there's I feel like you'd have to be pretty biased not to feel that Barcelona Liverpool in the semi-finals is watching a final into semis. Do you agree? Yeah. The best of the of the remaining games. Thankfully, we've got two legs of it. Which is actually kind of nice because if the final we only get one, that's that's point. That's fair that so yeah, I I'm. The two best teams of the tournament. I think I think there's a lot of a lot of storyline draw got Cotino against his old team. We Suarez against his old team. I you've got the sort of the old guard that is Barcelona, you know, the best team in the last ten years versus the team that represents sort of the the next step the bind to be that new best team in the world whether or not they get there. They have to go through the team with the best player in the world on it. So my buddy here is is Barscelona. I wanna ride them to the final. So you're predicting Barcelona over Liverpool. I hadn't even thought about the Coutihno Luis Suarez return to and field..
"cotino" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"What exactly is he looking for? And how said is he doing whatever it takes to actually stay in Seattle. I mean, the fact that he gave a deadline at least house if he's interested in staying, right? I mean because when it could have done was just not any deadline, and basically just refused to negotiate a contract. Right. And then at that point. That's gotta face a decision. Do we wanna keep franchise tagging him for these couple of years? And that's really what it's going to take. Russell Wilson truly wants to get out. Don't even don't even go. She ate just play under the franchise tag for twenty twenty and potentially twenty twenty one. And then you're hitting the market in twenty twenty two, and that's how that is. Picking up a boatload of cash along the way, you know. But Russell know his came from talking to folks around there. They just want. They want some sort of resolution. He does not want this hanging over his head going into the season in terms of, you know, are we going to be am I gonna he doesn't wanna be dealing with the contract. He just wants to concentrate on football knowing okay. This is how it is going to be now one positive thing potentially that happened. Here was the fact of Frank and I'm sorry, DeMarcus Lawrence got his long term contract extension with the Cowboys. This gives a blueprint to the Seahawks about how much they pay Frank Clark under the franchise tag. If they get Frank Clark. And they haven't done with him. Maybe frees up a little bit more money for Russell Wilson. But Steve right now eleven million dollars to the salary cap. That's not a whole heck of a lot. And you're talking about a record setting deal potentially for Russell Wilson. Oh, and by the way, doing this in April, very interesting timing as well. I think the draft coming up. Yeah. A little bit busy at that point. So we'll see look always think even April fifteenth comes and goes, you could always very quietly approach the agent in June or July, and especially if the offers credible and then try to get something done there. You never say never. But the Wilson camp wants an answer from the Seahawks. They wanna get paid. And they're not they don't wanna wait around for it. I enjoy your final four weekend. Alec marr. From the Gators gator Gators time Lamey as a long time for my UCLA Bruins. Well, Alex have a great week. We'll talk to you next week off. And that is Alex marvez are serious, Fox Sports radio. XM everybody NFL inside the insider for everybody learned the geiko Fox Sports radio studios. We talked a little bit about this alliance American football. But I got a story share for you. Cotino from guy that just found out that he got stuck with the Bill and who's accountable for this and how much room is there for a nother professional football league. Looking at you, Vince McMahon and the XFL coming up next. Thirty two to.
"cotino" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Does he how much you could save basketball in general has changed dramatically? Even since Cotino Mobely ended the league, it's it's almost an entirely different sport from the one you entered into nineteen ninety eight in the NBA. I mean think about it Katina the the game you entered into in the late nineties trying to compare the game of that era, though, we near to what we see today in the NBA. And and I was I was showing you some numbers here when when David Robinson joined the San Antonio Spurs. This is long before there was any Tim Duncan. They went from twenty one wins two fifty six wins overnight. And yeah, they added a few pieces, but it also showed that a talented big man in those days. Could literally flip your team. I go back a cream and all the other great centers allies Wami. Will you go all down? It was like immediately twenty twenty-five thirty more winds from the previous year. I'm gonna tell you I go ahead. And then you have Anthony Davis and you look at his rookie year with the New Orleans pelicans coming off his complete dominance of the twenty twenty twelve season at Kentucky as a one and done, and they they basically had the same winning percentage, and you're one now they got better for a couple of years. They dropped back. I've got her for a couple of years only been in the playoffs twice. And we know Anthony Davis probably as a a better overall skill set than David Robinson ever had. So why isn't it translate into more wins? What's missing Cotino? Is. It is it is it him. Is it the nature of the game? Now where you getting. Diminishing returns on the value of a big, man. And that's exactly what it is. Right. So Joel Embiid Joel Embiid doesn't have JD Rettig. Joel Embiid doesn't have been Simmons. Joel Embiid doesn't have Jimmy Butler. Joel Embiid doesn't have Tobias Harris. Joel embiid. Yeah. You would get numbers. But you you his numbers this year, by the way, he's averaging twenty eight fourteen who's on Joel Embiid because he has guys that that takes the wind blowing away the Eastern Conference. What it got this still trying to learn how to win? And then Ben Simmons can hit a free throw or five footer. He doesn't take three point shot. No, no, a free throw. Yeah. Five-footer? Yeah. But but but but my point I'm trying to make is basketball back in ninety eight ninety nine when I came in the league was saturated with big big. You're all stars. It was eight bakes, right? Everybody was the footer. Yeah. Now, you have the Draymond green of the world in six eight guys and bringing the ball up. So. Anthony Davis is literally surrendering hisself to whatever guard brings their ball up. All right. Well, I want to get back to the Lakers said all right? I've signed Kyrie Irving has a free agent to reunite with LeBron like now you have two choices take the two of them with all the existing young talent, you have or trade all the rest of that young talent to get Anthony Davis. What is the best mood? Move will listen to probably be the worst GM ever. Because I just go on my feeling. That's all I need not do that. If I have Irving and LeBron James with a lot of those guys with the coups of the world, Lonzo ball's of the Brandon Ingram. I'm not really a fan yet of him of Brandon Ingram. I'm not a fan of him yet. And I'm not saying he's not good. But he's not good. Because the kids are good player. But I just I'm not a penny is now I will keep Lonzo I will have kyri LeBron Kuzina and then everybody else, okay? Know, but to get Anthony Davis, you're to have Ingram and Lonzo ball, you're gonna make that I have to have to make that deal. But about this Anthony Davis bring is he going to take a listen, Anthony Davis may not be the Shaquille O'Neal superstar Shaquille O'Neal. You think about the era? That's what I'm saying. Is is as an Anthony Davis. In the wrong era to know. I mean how much impact customer? He's into by zero zero impact on them. They've lost more since he's been there when the geiko studios. All right. We got do coming up today. Are they going to survive? Well, that's right tomorrow. We'll break down next. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes on that runs over and over. I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms. Rediscovered that extra execution pancreatic insufficiency or API may be the reason for my stomach.
"cotino" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"You're right. I'm glad you guys pointed out, I love this detail, you guys in terms of social codes a couple of those that love irregular around the margins just shows how phone call that game of telephone they play with Chris Tony Adriana how rumor spreads how vicious it can be and particularly Boca. The fact that uncle junior what he does with his lady how that is just verboten in this world. And I love the fact you guys point out. It's an awesome OSH the public enemy Ravin Cagney and a grapefruit you got gymnasia doing it with the cake, but Alan that's again mob life, and you know, obviously, I love Scorsese's goodfellas so much as anybody. It's about coats and the show perfectly demonstrated that kick those two episodes. But which is how often the codes are meaningless like there's all these times where someone will, you know, state some kind of rule, and then you can find six hundred things in the run of the series that violates like when in university when Tony start shoving ralphie up against the fence ralphie's like you put your hands on me. I'm a made by. And when I when I said to David chasing, these interviews. We did. Well, he did that to Mikey poems. He did to this guy. And that guy was as an actual rule change just laughed and said, no, no. These guys said whatever they wanted to to justify whatever they wanted to do in that moment. Matt shows violent season, three episodes four five and six particularly Melfi is rape, which I think Lorraine Bracco acting incredible. And particularly up six university of Joe Pantoliano, one of the most beloved characters as you guys said in the book, if it's a if this is a score says film he'd be playing the Joe patchy role. He beats Tracy. Did you feel especially on every watch it again? And I know people Claire Smith is a great writer at ESPN since the baseball fame. She goes, I know, it's a brilliant show. And it's so well written and all the rest of it. But I stopped watching it because I said it's too much violence towards women. It was too much to take iphone two appalling. Did you think the show went to well, I don't know about too far necessarily because of the kind of world that it was depicting. But you know, one of the things that she got into his interviews with us was that that was around the time. You know, you notice there was a Mark. A marked uptick in ugliness and season two that was a season where they started dry, you know, showing collateral damage whether violent or financial against people who weren't in the mob who weren't even affiliated with the criminal underworld in. No, that's the one where Davies Cotino gets ruined. And Alan, and I got a lot of mail from people watching the show or saying the show is to likable. I don't like the show anymore. And it's like why like when they were killing mobsters, you're okay with it. But when they bankrupt guy sporting goods store who presumably probably reminds you of yourself because he's you know, he's a New Jersey suburban home owning middle-class guy. That's too far for you like that's a bridge too far. And and you know, I think the the show was constantly fighting this battle where a certain segment of the audience was getting off on the gangsters and getting off on the violence and chase. The other writers kept trying to find ways to to complicate that to make people feel like God. I shouldn't be identifying with these people. They're they're really quite monstrous and that stretch of episodes season three, you know, employee of the month another. Pick. We're Bobby Bokola. Senior kills these two guys really brutally and then coughs himself to death with blood coming out of his mouth and then university, which is essentially about the mob's complicity and sex trafficking. I mean, that's that's subject, and like how they treat women's disposable that will stretch of episodes really about these these kind of parasitic characters, and and the ingrained misogyny of that culture is a part of it..
Liverpool 2 Newcastle 0: Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane send Reds into second
"And stronger next year and then we retreat again like somebody said all you got to get to me the other day to be careful chelsea might i'll make the champions eagles like great like fantastic if we're not going to make the champions league is like europa league i don't mind being out of it last season when we won the premier league which was great to win the premier league we one in the champions league it does help thus help you have a bit more energy chelsea comes down to it wiped zone wax overly much approach the approach roads liverpool to newcastle nil yo can clubside spoils former reds manager rafael benitez returns rand field goals in reverse and nishel twins most saleh and saudi oh man they give the anfield faithful i get an ms and them give the anfield faithful a routine win and put a sevenpoint cushion between their side and fifthplaced chelsea you you reverse initial twinsies d m david moyes that feed more one of his truck seats for you could wear i saw diego maradona i'll take him as well here's mine jeffery please listen to eliminate or at least pathetic beer and and roaches good morning bill i am the roads well approach might reverse twin initial yoga as brendan road with diego maradona my speed animal y k liverpool's front three against newcastle's well drilled by five and a row the fat marks until the foyer of minute the oaks you can play arson and the joy of the ox in this liverpool side is just the directness picking the ball failed running at the cure panicking defenders claim most sell it the what he does nutmegged goals thirty that the season is cotino missed wisey macy's not messed carry us strong german risked when called upon his release on his confidence which he picked up from a puddle around this toes from last season and i think a fascinating story in the shadow of liverpool's goalscoring assassins but new less remarkable at second goal clot porn dave knows one of those amazing two runs it it just didn't look like anything to place running down the centre sort of center insideleft channel you play the ball on the ball wide that's what you do in football now is amazing and monet infamy note combining and then at.