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"We're just going to dive right into the first question. Why one thousand ex. Not Ten thousand six. I feel like you missed an opportunity. Definitely are you know we're going to have to? We're going to have to go back to the drawing board on that one You know it was. It was the story about this guy named Ron Conway. Who's one of the first investors into Google and there's like this lower around Silicon Valley who got the biggest treasurer right from an investing? And the big story for him. Was you know dollar in thousand dollars out thousand extra turn that that to me seemed pretty crazy and I like crazy. I like things that no one else is willing to consider and in a lot of ways. I think that's the story of a lot of people who got early into bitcoin. 'cause you hear about it you try to tell all of your friends anyone who will listen a lot of people say you're crazy and then history decides who was right and I liked that I liked that a lot and so I you know. I've been kind of obsessed since kind of accidentally falling into crypto. Right place right time right friends and then it happened a few times and are like you know what I really liked. This idea of being super contrarian so I wanted to. I wanted to have a research group. I was really inspired by loss. What he did to figure out that rockets could land themselves and so it was like man he just like surrounded himself with all the crazy. Smartest people in rockets until somebody made that offhand remark. You know you long Salat cheaper. If you could land the rockets so what does he say? Why can't you and SPACEX is born and so I wanted to do the same thing and I wanted to find I wanted to hunt for investments that were obscene. That you can't talk about without people being like a screw that guy. He's crazy now he'd like that's impossible. I like that. I like looking in places where no one else either willing or able to look and humans. Have a lot to biases. You know. There's a lot of stuff that makes us put blinders on whether it was the financial crisis. Two thousand seven the cascading events that led to like the CIPRIAN financial crisis governments reached in the bank accounts. There's all these events in human history. Where if you could just take your blinders off. You could avoid the negative benefit from the positive and yet like a lot of what I do is inspired by that idea of being right. I in a huge way. Even if everyone thinks you're crazy all right now we're going to go into some of what we can. We can call your your successful moments name. Republicans go into what you think is right now. Judging by what we've talked about before this episode but I don't want to celebrate all the successful things you've done what what's a screw up. You've had people think crazy if you're looking for craziness like if you're looking for things that are crazy. You're bound to hit since corrupts. You can't be right all the time. Tell us about one of those yet. Corey. I've made basically every mistake that you can make Internet money like all of them Mining Mining Crypto is a terrible idea. Unless you're a professional data center operator WHO LOVES OPERA SECURITY? You should never have anything to do with mine. Crypto mining crypto is terrible so that was the big one. I lost seven Bitcoin when I had a laptop that had you know the early Bitcoin Schutte. That's like the early bitcoin wallet. I left my left. My Laptop on an airplane was Delta. Airline walked out of the Gangway realized I left. It turned back around and the laptop was gone. And you know. Luckily I had some tracking software on. It was able to deduce who took it got it like found it recovered. It ran all the backups on it but I could not get that data file back. You know the the file that like that. I'll figure out how you had in your coins back so lost a bunch. Bitcoin that way A friend of mine ran a T shirt company that sold bitcoin t shirts and I spent way too much. Bitcoin on those Bitcoin t shirts. I've I've done all the dumb at that. You can encrypt. Oh I've done it all. There's a lot of them to be done in Crypto. Did you ever put your private keys into somebody's web browser or somebody's web APP? Thankfully I have had very paranoid friends who have helped you avoid that one but may just about every other mistake are good. Because that's that's okay. It's new people most of the time so wait this. This website says it can give me five times but money. Put my private key in there. Let me just go right ahead. No lose my money and that's pretty much exactly how that goes so I would say a good portion of Doesn't have been around for a decent amount of time like we may seem knowledgeable now but like we've dealt with like I can't name the amount of dumb things that I've done with this technology as it's grown as I'm playing with different things trying to get greedy at various different ways in terms of like. Oh this is the thing I figured it out. I got the thing. I'm GonNa try this and that was the scam. Shit I was. I was thinking about this morning actually like I was. I was thinking about Dilbert so my my girlfriend talks she. She refers to me as Indiana Jones. Meets Dilbert Quality? Tell me how you really feel right. Yeah so I was thinking about the guy who created Dilbert Scott Adams and when you hear his story I think is book is called like how to fail in every way but still win big He talks about like just the the corpses of failure around his one success. That is Dilbert and I think that's probably true of anybody who has experienced any successes. There's just like so many failures that just kind of like slightly nudged them to try different things until something workout absolutely. That's actually does. That's it's good advice. Anyone listening You know failures definitely not the end of something Adapt in going into something new and But I I can't turn the tide of the Combo just a little bit because we got ahead of ourselves we even talk about what one thousand xs or does. And then we had all these topics we to talk about like dark markets. And we haven't even started to to build that trail. So maybe let's rewind it and what is thousand x? And what are you guys do short? So I lead research at thousand X. Group. It's like my day job today. Basically we study crypto adoption. You know there's a lot of stories a lot of narratives. Lot of CRYPTO. Cults saying this is the future I like data and so for the last ten years I have been obsessed with two things Technology investing and CRYPTO. And they kind of happened at the same time so two thousand nine right place right time my friend. Who's really into Applied Catastrophe Bennett? Amazing Guy Brother from another mother best he he sits me down. He's like Cedric Bitcoin. Just read this thing. We gotta pay attention it so my what. I don't can't read this this white papers too long. It's I can understand what it's saying for a week. He explains every single part of it to me. I finally kind of understand it. I like Internet money. Who who wants this is stupid. I completely wrote it off and You know every every month or so. He would nudge me until about a year later. Maybe it's two years later. It's hard to know the exact date. He's like cedric. People are starting to use drugs. They're they're starting to use big on the dark net. What's the dark net? So you know? He taught me how to use. It and I was really attuned to looking for something like bitcoin because my grandparents were Holocaust survivors. And so like that was the moment for me. It was like Oh like okay. People groups even other governments could do stuff that other people with guns didn't want them to do like I really want to pay attention to it so I I was paying attention to this and give you a long story short question. I hope that's okay joy so you know so like started to get it
"dahl" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"You know that I know the down and distance podcasts so we are fire where aiming a fire are. WHO's people all season but you know there's a way to you can't get to it all right now? It will be available yeah. I was just GonNa say I haven't has led our voting efforts and isn't done a spectacular job with it. I think one thing that we felt was really important whether it was the voting or the overall approach like it's not our anniversary. ESPN doesn't own this anniversary the University of the sport but we want to lead the way it's what ESPN I think does why love yes pants so much what we did Twenty Years Ago Sports Sentry Treat wasn't our century but ESPN's going to devote over you know fifty hours of content to it so would the voting I think we're very careful to put together. Voting Body that is a diverse across the sport eras generations regions ethnically racially you name it. I mean it's a very diverse group of voters in eighty percent of which those voters are not affiliated with Espn at all so you got eighty. percent of the voters are not tied to to us in any way and I think it gives us a really good read on on these lists in an accurate of feel for for these lists. It's not ESPN's list per se. It's merely as accurate here. It is if I had just done it myself. which is what I wanted to do exactly? It's really should be it should be it should be one hundred fifty greatest blitz all right. Let us give the Bios again and let me take a deep breath because John has such a long title. Ivan Mazel has covered college football for ESPN piano. I mentioned that the top since two thousand to check out all his work the the different mediums and I've known him for a long time. He's such a class guy and and I always happy for his success. Jon Dahl is a ESPN vice president of special projects and original content one of the point people behind this college football initiative of guys. I'm certainly happy to talk about this because I think not only is an ambitious. I think the quality quality at least of what I've seen so far is really really high and that's something I respect because it takes incredibly talented producers editors and researchers to to put this kind of stuff together so I wish you the best of luck with it and and thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you travis yeah all right back in the studio my thanks to to Adnan virk. I've been Maysville and Jon Dahl for their time and insights interesting conversation always great to catch up with Adnan. If you like this kind of content previous guests include Jane McManus Katie Strang those last week on how to cover the nexus of mental health south sports and sexual assault and sports. It's interesting conversation. I hope people will check that out before that Garrett graff the author of the only plane in the sky oral history of nine eleven and kind of an amazing book on how Garrett graff talked to four hundred plus people about their experiences on nine eleven. I've been including those on Air Force One with President George W Bush John Rand for some conversation about the media ESPN Monday night football analyst booger over McFarland before that Gus Johnson of Fox and just go down the list and hopefully will be things that you find interesting. Don Van Natta Natta Chelsea Jane's. We did a pro boxing roundtable. You're like wrestling Conrad Thompson the podfather and Paul Heyman and Rene a young of the wwe pure soccer fan Taylor twelve men was couple weeks ago. Bob Leave for his ESPN exit interview my thanks as is always Patrick Antonetti for producing this podcast the boy we give a lot of kings thirteen references on this podcast next to Adnan but as always thanks is Chris Corcoran Spencer Brown John McDermott Shaun Cherry and the rest of the cat's there will be back next week with another edition of this podcast until then this is Richard Your Dyke thanks as always for listening to the sports media podcast all right and as we promised in the podcast here comes a preview of the new music documentary podcast long may they run featuring music fish interviews with band members plenty of people in and around the band and you are going to enjoy this long. May they run the during the music of fish What if I had known at the beginning of fish what I know now you know. The Pan is like an organic ever-growing thing. I think that's why you know. Fish ultimately has the popularity thirty than it does today that there were so many people who were sort of drawn in for any number of reasons but certainly I think part of it has been collective journey definitely definitely wait. There wouldn't be any music if it weren't people there and you have to go up there and just love it. I would think that would be pretty clear from all the years the fish that's a conversation I had with Trey Anastasio lead singer and guitarist of fish for a piece. I wrote back in in two thousand two. I saw fish at a tiny club. In the late eighties now decades later the band is still touring still making the cultural impact and I'm still covering them. I'm Dean Budnick and this is long. They run season. One Fish. I saw a late eighties and the people are growing like crazy. I mean the dancing like a storm after the show rush backstage should look it. I'm quitting my job is in Florida. I'm you know manager. I seen it and that's the future they changed. The industry changed the landscape the entire festival circuit. We're draw seventy five thousand people to Indian reservation in the middle of Florida near Nineteen Ninety nine known never heard of US Purna Dude Anyway. It happened work. This is our path. We're GONNA follow it. We don't care where it leads. The Baker's dozen a different show every night at the world's. Most famous arena not a single song repeated. I the big everyone to find me a band who could do that their chances being taken. They're looking for something that feels like a high wire act something something that could potentially fall flat on its face lots to see Kentucky she because it's our little thing this isn't really a John Ritter. It's a cult cult. Do what just happened there. All of a sudden everyone in unison falls to the ground. How the hell did they not do that. At that. Moment fish takes nothing seriously and everything seriously. That's the thing that people relate to is that life is funny. We can take our art really seriously but let's not take ourselves. Selves teasers reached and after all this time fishes still filling arenas and there's no shortage of stories about the impression. They've left on music culture in this documentary. You'll hear the ones that matter most told by the people who live we really did think and still to this you you know to this day. We weren't really very good. You know in most accepted ways we weren't great singers and we weren't great individual instrumentalists so we work so hard at creating the group sounds and what's interesting about it in the play the conversation that sewing was Jim. Welcome to long may run you see thirteen original series premiering September eighteenth on Apple PODCASTS RADIO DOT COM and wherever you get your shows it took on stuff that no other band would want to hang on just nothing like it and so I went from begrudgingly competing with them to sitting. They had to feed.
"dahl" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"So we have in that sense being able to monetize it. I think one that always appealed to me about doing something like this is I. I go back back to the days of sports century I was I'm heavily influenced by my time on sports century. Mark Shapiro ran that two decades ago and we rolled out over fifty hours of content back then on the twentieth century and sports coach and so you know the ambitions were high to do something like that here but you're also looking at. Can we monetize it. We'll we'll. We have people on board. How important is it to our company company. just look at the investment. ESPN's had in college football over the decades now ABC look at how far back ABC goes with college football into the sixties so so I thought it was important project for the entire company quite honestly and and I think I think what we're doing now reflects that for flex that priority I've got to content questions for you or content related questions first one is and you know any of us who worked at big sports organizations love the the you know the having the opportunity to decide on all decade team or all century team and things like that and you know fortunate enough to work at a place where people read read it when being part of any of these committees to decide on the sport's greatest players over a hundred and fifty years I wonder if you give me some insight into how people discussed and talked about comparing players from different eras like how do you make the judgment judgment on. Let's say somebody who dominated the fifties who there's no chance they are sort of a better pure athlete than somebody playing in twenty nineteen yet statistically for their era they were. They were incredible. I'd be curious to just sort of you know how you guys might have discussed and debated. You know something like you know. Glenn Davis of army versus Jalen Hurts Savannah and my philosophy and John agreed with me and and I don't even know who came up with it I but what we decided was. We're not GONNA put any rules on on how people decide. Let's just pick the right people to decide and let you know and and do a you know when you see it philosophy and just if you WanNa if you WANNA say okay well red grange wouldn't be very good right now so I'm not going to vote for and that's up to you if you WANNA take red grange in his element and how great he was compared to everybody then and apply cloud that versus Jalen hurts and how great is now. You know that would be my preference and that seems to me the most logical thing but we didn't and we didn't instruct people to do that. I've and you're one of the really good people to ask this because you're born in Mobile Alabama yet yet. You have traveled around the country. You're a graduate of Stanford. I know that you worked for Newsday for a couple of years. So I imagine you must have lived in New York City for a little bit so you you have you know obviously so your son in the south but yet you've lived in the northeast went to school in the West so you have a real sense of you know real sense of sort of the country. Why in your lifetime covering college football has the sports sort of gone from more regional to two more national in your opinion why it's not just my opinion. I think it's a fact when the Supreme Court case yeah that's right courts nineteen eighty-four which took the control of television rights away from the NCAA and gave it to the individual schools and then everybody gets rather than as when I grew up and when John grew up there was one or two games at most on television a week so there were it was a regional sport you you watch you listen to you and watch you listen to the teams in your conflict. once everybody they began to be on television then it became a more national sport and with the advent of the playoff. Richard both the BCS listen now the College Football playoff it then became important at the University of Washington what happened at Ohio state and it was and to a high of state it was important what Alabama did and so all of a sudden. The nature of the Horse Rights made the sport and much much more national national entity. I don't think it's any coincidence that in the last thirty years Notre Dame has not won a national championship when they when they were the only national national school they want a lot of them and then and it was a vote then until it was a popularity contest and a lot of ways but which would lend itself to being the only national school. Ooh now that there are a lot of national schools. It's harder for Notre Dame to get some top one more for you. Ivan and then you guys can sort of both answer the funnel on in the course of your career. Ivan and I asked this sort of and let the audience sort of acknowledged you work at ESPN so access zest for you is going to be at a different level than than other people but from the from the start of your career Ivan today. How would you evaluate the level of access for people covering the Sports College football. Where where was it then? Where is it now. Compare and contrast asked if you could. I always find that kind of interesting when I talked to people who've been in the business for a well. I think it was better when I started in nineteen eighty eighty seven at the Dallas Morning News when I started covering college football there than it is now. I think it was better than than it had been before. It was almost like there was window where we just have more access. and I don't really know why it was more available than you know to your point about me being at ESPN the great I I've had the great fortune of being in the right places you know when I was at the Dallas Morning News having come from New York orc where I was a fact checker at us. I I haven't covered college football and I didn't know anybody but coaches return my phone calls because I was a national writer later and because they wanted to recruit that Louis so they wanted their name in the Dallas Morning News so my access has always been better than it should have been both there than news day and then when I came back outside and now DSP end. I've always been at places where people wanted to talk to me A- and I'm not egotistical enough to think it was because of my charm and good looks you know but you you know so even you're charming and you're good looking guy. Thanks John. I'm blushing. varies is there is less access now because coaches can get away with it. They don't need the writers the way they used to they can as as with politicians as with CEO's they can go direct to consumer and are in a lot of ways not so much axworthy spn it may have accelerated ESPN's because our you know position but I think they They don't need the media the way they used all right John. Let's finish with this an Ivan. You're certainly more than if you wish to took way in after John with any thoughts please feel free John. One of the things that when you tackle this kind of ambitious project you know you obviously WanNa start with something. That's big that gets you know sort of people into the project you know this from your thirty for thirty days. You want everyone of these documentaries to sort of start really big so people get invested enough in the film. That's a writ small this. This is writ large so you've already done that. You've kicked off this project and you want people to be invested in the content. When I'm interested in is what is how do you finish this one when does the sort of when does the content and and what what is ESPN's thing your what is your thinking in terms of what you end with because you obviously want to end with something. That's a big nope but you know it's very hard to you know encapsulate one hundred fifty years of college football into one piece. You know what I'm saying so what what's the thought about sort of where it all does culminate at the end of that one hundred and fifty days of original content I mean we started to put out a little bit here and there a trailer hallmark whatnot whatnot some digital content early this calendar year we tried to take advantage of the end of last college football season to make sure people were aware of what was coming in twenty nineteen gene but it's all been about this hundred and fifty consecutive days of content so that that leads us right to the National Championship game on January thirteenth in New Orleans and specifically you know we talk about. We've got a closing documentary from John. Hawke but like what else I mean. We've got we have the game. We have the playoff so what we're talking about really is making the all time all America team which is just eleven on offense eleven on defense kicker punter and return specialist along with a hundred and fifty greatest players of of all time those are really going to be the final reveals in in the last couple of weeks and right up to the last day we're talking about. How do we want to revealed one hundred and fifty greatest players in in that final that final top ten maybe and who is the greatest player of all time so that will be something that we're looking at right now how to best do that as part of Championship Monday. I want to first of all. It's a year it's impossible in the greatest player ball time which will make it. You Know Kinda great when people get you know Matt like Lord we see people losing their minds with Kobe Bryant story on some all time team so that'll be that'll. That'll be fun to watch What do I view. There's anything you want to add but I do like that. I think that's kind of cool to end to end on some kind of all time greatest something and then let people debate decide and immerse themselves in that discussion exactly and and the we have I have been surprised at how people with one hundred and fifty greatest programs they kind of nobody really went to the ramparts to battle Adalah on it which I found somewhat gratifying the only point I would make about the quote unquote end of this product. Richard is the you know ESPN plus all of this content will live on all the video content and we live on the ESPN plus forever and ever as well as you know the podcasts are going to live as long as podcast live..
"dahl" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Always is Patrick Antonetti two segments this week three guests. I think you can enjoy this. I was Adnan virk. He has been on this podcast. Many many times always always he's fun always a ton of name dropping and people seem to enjoy our conversations he of course is the host of disowns change up that is their. MLB whiparound show host their boxing in coverage he's now also on the MLB network and has added the NHL Network and we get into a lot of things from the difference be differences between working at zone versus espn his over punish Minniti SPN while ESPN did not keep Ryen Russillo and we're zone might be heading in the future. I think you'll enjoy that conversation and after that it is Ivan May Zell and Jon Dahl of Espn Ivan Zell of course one of the foremost college football writers in the countries covered college football for ESPN since two thousand to Jon Dahl is an ESPN vice president of special projects and original content one of the point people behind thirty for thirty and that is a discussion based on all the content ESPN has for college football's. One Hundred Fiftieth anniversary season. They have a ton of stuff and really good stuff documentary style stuff including a couple of things that I saw on the integration of college football which were really really fascinating and well done. ESPN is also doing all sorts of greatest games. They have a panel to pick. you know the greatest players of all time so it's it's a sport obviously. ESPN is significantly invested in and they have thrown a ton investment towards that all right so I obeyed an virk and then Jon Dahl and I've been mays L. coming up on the sports media podcast all right as I said at the top Adnan virk. This guy has a lot of jobs now at this point. He's the host of zones change up. Which is there era. MLB whiparound show he's hosting their boxing coverage early some of their major fights he's a hosted the MLB network and now has added NHL network network to his resume so obviously I think people know add an for many appearances on this podcast as well as his long career. ESPN and you know one of the Great Canadian Indian icons of his time as well at virk joins us on the sports media Pakistan. Welcome back rich to quote Longley's brokeback mountain. I wish I knew how to quit you. This is a record breaking fifth appearance in your podcast right now to Mel Hill is furiously trying to contact your producer trying to book her next appearance with with the exception of John Oriented James Andrew Andrew Miller. There's been no greater friend of the podcast that me this is probably a sad statement for both of us but it is a thrill three and once again and of course let's make it clear. I'm only here because 'cause Marty. Brennaman did not come through for so listen. You're going to go from the reds iconic broadcaster to me congrats so there's a lot of truth there and let's let's hit some truths first off you at one one point one of the episodes. I did with you when I was at sports illustrated had the most download side ever had it was in the six figures which I still think had to be some kind of glitch but the fact is it exists so am I thought in terms of booking you after that massive six-figure podcast was all right this guy's gold for me. I'm GONNA be booking. This guy the downloads are we're GONNA come. You know s is GonNa. Pay Me extra well that turned out to be true cadence thirteen. GonNa give me a you know a big big castle in the sky well that they're in turn out to be true. What happened in and is every time? I've had you on since them. The downloads have dropped so is it a question of your lack of popularity or maybe I'm not doing as good a job. How would you How would you assess the fact that one time you know you were at like? Bill Simmons Ryen Russillo part of my take type levels and now you're now now. You're like you like a Schmo like me. I don't understand why as I fade into obscurity. I appreciate the fact you throw me a lifeline at least resuscitate my verbal an Iq a Q. At least out there in terms of the the public you rating but I will say this. You're right at one point. I was the number one podcast you had and living like a King I mean I was I was just gluttonous and and boastful useful and then one week later the Great Sean McDonough knocked me off that purchase or call six figures and the next week mcdonagh just dusted me so I can. I can never quite recover of course Sean on should be number one because he's the best and I did my impression free last time I will admit you're right about one thing which is that when I was on the last time I went from top. Billing in the first one was unlock them shared building. I was like the second guest on Colbert because there was me and my man Michael Lombardi together and as you pointed out when I was when I was pumping up sinophile listen cadence thirteen. They're so so happy to get me 'cause they gave me a home for sinophile during the GM shuffling as you know the GM chef oh Geez can subscribe to on Apple podcast doing great. I'm completely writing Lombardi's coattails because he's fabulous when it comes to the NFL he he just crushes people and speaks his mind and as you mocked me the last time it was on. You said you know they gave sinophile just because that's the throw in like they want to do the GM shuffling okay. We'll give you some. NFL to add sad for me to admit but you're absolutely right. I don't think Chris could care less about We need the subscriptions. Please help me out C. I N. Any P. H. E. Go to apple podcast subscribe to Senegal. You never have to listen to it but if you want to hear about the Irishman the new Scorsese Dinner Pacino film I gave a lengthy review spoiler for please. He's helped me out but it pays me to admit rich. You're right sinophile. we're on life support right now okay. Let's be honest listen. I'm with you because at one time I think when I was at SL was the bill of the cadence agents thirteen ball. Let's put this. I was like Tesco in Godfather Eight. We'll go. We'll go to basically now seriously. I'm like gunman number three for cadence thirteen. I I could not be further down the list. Your pockets will Lombardi is the bell the ball so me and you. It's you know we're both struck. We're like right right now. Tim Robbins Swim through that thing and Shawshank hoping maybe to get to the other side and maybe it'll be Chris Corcoran and Spencer Brown Zuzu Watson. Ao to to re up our podcast. We'll see what happens to your credit. At least you've always shelf those guys out like I. I like to listen to podcasts in their entirety so I I love to listen booger McFarland. He was tremendous Emma Bogus during the second for you but at the end you always mentioned John Mccain Chris Cork and like you make sure to give those guys love. I would think that should count for something. One of the things I've really enjoyed writing about when I'm writing for. The athletic is behind the scenes people producers. I find that actually a lot of times far more interesting than the than facing talent like yourself so whether it's Patrick Antonetti Nettie or Taranto Malegaon or Lou Pellegrino Myo producer like I I find those people far more interesting than you know the good hair crew like you and Chris Valor now go ahead ahead by the way here's another thing I wanted to get before you. Give Me Your Book Mcfarland Story. You Love Deniro. I Love Deniro. Have you ever cursed on a podcast. Have you ever draft a fuck. You like Deniro deal with Brian stelter the other day. I haven't reminds me of when Joe blocked was one of your I guess I want to say and I think you actually set him up go. Can you give me your favorite curse word. I I believe backdropped an f-bomb brand of the gate he did now. What is I mean. I know I unless this is sort of against her principles. What is your favorite curse word. my mom. My Mom and dad are going to listen to podcasts yeah so I don't. I don't feel like I WANNA be cursing but I listen the four letter expletive started with F for fits for so many different scenarios. Let me just say this. That is your mom and dad the chances of them listening to the sports media podcast literally are the same as like me flying on the Concorde John Skip come but I will say about when it comes swearing. I do remember this tip that Steve coolest toy this back when I was at the score because you know my buddies sitting Tim and Cabbie my whole crew from the score but coolest and we we used to have serious hardcore satellite Radio Richard Garner Cam Stewart etc and stuff on the score and he on the radio and you can curse here and Cooler said to me he goes was hey just because you can curse doesn't mean you should and I was like okay. He goes people view you a certain way this is Adnan Virk from court surfing and he's on TV and he's clean cut etc voltage are dropping episode kind of jarring and I will admit I do think there's something to that like when I heard buck cursing your podcast. I'm sure Joe Buck uses profanity but it's a little you know little jarring it I I I don't. I don't know if it's it's like you know endearing two summers off putting but I try to refrain by the way did I ever ask you about my God. No one's going to listen to podcasts because it's just way to sort of inside this podcast but did I ever ask you about how you felt about Jim. Miller the time right after your you're. I don't know how to describe it firing or leaving. ESPN when Jim Miller who is a very mild mannered guy like totally like went tarantino basically and just like blasting asking like curses left and right I couldn't that's a guy who I'd never heard drop an f-bomb and then Miller's like given fucks all over the place that was incredible. What I'll I tell you what happened. I had listened to Martian. Would Jimmy trainer. I'd correct me in the time line. I was fired on a Friday. Andrew writes it Sunday Sunday. Monday marshon was Jimmy. I believe Jim Miller was with you Tuesday so Mondays podcast. I remember listening to a Tuesday morning. I'm making eggs for my kids and it literally rich. It's like listen your own funeral because there were there were discussing me like in past tense like at one point Jimmy Nasty Andrew. What was you know what's what's the reaction been an interesting very well like I mean people like that and then these are good guys well like a good broadcaster. And what are his job prospects while they view him as this. I'm like I'm a past past person ocean like I'm no longer living like this is just too too surreal to listen to so then I had no interest in listening to anymore and I didn't want to go online and read stuff because Judah I both discussed test drive yourself mental. If you read everything people write about you the next day my friend Alpha Helwan Alpha message me and he goes..
Spending 3 Hours A Day On Social Media May Lead To Higher Risk Of Mental Health Problems Among Teens
"I found this on one of the newspapers this study published in the journal of American psychiatry suggests the teenagers as for more than three hours a day on social media are in fact way more likely to develop mental health problems including depression anxiety aggression in antisocial behavior great. sixty six hundred twelve to fifteen year old Americans they reported how much time they spend per day on social media that's a problem because a self reported so you know we'll see what if anything they probably down played how much time they spent on social media how teens absorbs social
U.S. imposes sanctions on North Korean hacking groups blamed for global attacks
"The trump administration going after north Korean hackers the U. S. treasury announced sanctions on three hacking groups is that were sponsored by North Korea that were allegedly involved in the want to cry it ran somewhere attacks and had perpetrated cyber attacks on critical
Trump EPA repeals Obama-era water protections to boost industry
"The environmental impact protection agency announced it has finalized a repeal of the Obama era clean water rule that spells out protections for large and small bodies of water EPA administrator enter Wheeler says the repeal of this role is another promise kept by the trump
R. Kelly: Arrest warrant issued after jailed singer misses court appearance
"Singer are Kelly was a no show for initial court appearance in the Minnesota case which is accused of offering a seventeen year old girl two hundred dollars to take off her clothes and dance in two thousand one Kelly was jailed in Chicago on sexual abuse and other counts was charged in Minnesota in August with the listing the girl after meeting her before concert he faces previously filed federal state charges in New York and
Tentative list of the missing in Bahamas has 2,500 names
"The Bahamas government says there are twenty five hundred people on its list of those missing after hurricane Dorian but the names of yes be cross checked against the list of people evacuated from the devastated islands or staying in shelters Carl Smith the smoke a spokesperson for the country's emergency management agency says he expects the list will shrink as it starts to be
Cancers associated with high-fat diets
"Doctor Timothy Moynahan says there are diets that are associated with a higher risk of developing cancer diets that are very high in fat high in meat especially processed meats meats that are charred or char broiled again if it's excessive in those regards those people do have a higher risk of various types of cancers stomach cancer colon cancer breast cancer others as the old saying goes an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and some simple changes could help lower your
R. Kelly Moved Out of Solitary Confinement, Lawyer Says
"Prosecutors now say jail singer R. Kelly has been moved into the general inmate population despite concerns that other inmates to try to hurt him because of his celebrity status and because he is accused of sexually assaulting miners his lawyer said last week that Kelly had been in solitary confinement in Chicago federal jail since July calling it cruel and unusual punishment I would think that if I was in the federal pen awaiting trial or even in the federal prisons after trial I would think that I would prefer solitary confinement. so until you're there I surmise I mean really you can read a lot of books you can do a lot of push ups your loan of the year your favorite person in the world you know if I'm ready actually welcome that I'd like to see you do a special report on that job it is a horrible idea to put our Kelly in the general population if you wanna make a martyr item nice move it's a stupid I know who's in charge over there but that's dumb is he here or is in New York he's here's a kago yeah yeah so that's that's
Ag secretary says Trump will take action on ethanol waivers
"U. S. ag secretary Sonny Perdue says president trouble take action to soften the effects of oil refinery exceptions for blending corn based ethanol and motor fuel produce spoke to farmers in agribusiness leaders in Decatur Illinois today he says it was disappointing that the EPA granted the
Trump says he may commute sentence of former Illinois governor
"That president trump may be commuting the sentence of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich and that he could return home from prison as early as this week well I go as Sir seven years of that fourteen year sentence for bribery extortion another wide ranging corruption the only Republican Party chairman is urging the president not to follow through on the idea Tim Schneider said in a written statement on Friday that officials found guilty should serve their full sentences especially in a state where he says corrupt machine style politics is still all
Trump explores executive action on guns
"Year earlier today president trump talk to reporters about plans for gun reforms I think we have some really meaningful background Jack we don't want people that are mentally ill people that are are sick we don't want them having guns this after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he and president trump and discussed several ideas related to guns since the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio and are anxious to get an
Trump says Democrats would lead U.S. into "economic sinkhole"
"President trump warning that is twenty twenty democratic rivals will lead the country into called an economic sing call as he weighs in on the first debate in Detroit ten democratic Candice's here stays on including senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders one one the president for unequal policies in economics and education center said president trump demonized as immigrants ten more Democrats including Joe Biden camallo Harris will debate tonight buying will likely be challenged the most as he appears to be the front
Lawmakers slam FAA over handling of Boeing 737 Max
"Members of a Senate subcommittee clashed with FAA officials today contending the agency was to differential Boeing in approving the seven thirty seven MAX airliner senator sided newspaper reports of lax oversight as the jet flight control software were developed a software which points the plane's nose down to avoid an aerodynamic stall has been now implicated in two deadly crashes the seven thirty seven Max is still
Chantelle Grant, Andrea Stoudemire And Eddie Johnson discussed on Steve Dahl
"Chicago police don't believe the two women killed in a drive by shooting or the intended target Chantelle grant and Andrea Stoudemire were part of the mothers against senseless killings and in their usual spot on an angle would street corner Friday night when they were shot and killed police say a blue SUV drove up someone opened fire the fifty eight year old man suffered a graze wound here's top cop Eddie Johnson so we believe that's who the intended target was they just happened to be out there so as of this moment we have nothing to suggest that they were targeted because of their work with mask Johnson says the man was recently paroled so far no arrests have
Rep. Quigley Questions Muller At Congressional Hearings
"Quickly was a big part of the second more hearing on the house intelligence committee was originally scheduled join us in just a few minutes about five twenty but he's going to be busy so graciously called a little bit earlier health minister answer a couple of questions thank you for your time this afternoon how are you Sir one one more time here beat that I think we know so the music was just a bit loud the blackout connection open tomorrow so it begins the best part of the summer training camp and Blackhawks convention now that we have the a molar here in the long awaited the much anticipated Muller hearing behind us your thoughts on if it made any impact at all if you think it will change one vote in this very divided country one opinion and just if Mr Maulers fitness in general I just want to get your take on it I don't know that much changes as you describe it a polarized country it's something they can to a political debate where most people I'll go to a political debate have already made up their mind it just reinforces where they are I think it was Woodrow Wilson said almost all actions are site decided by four five percent in the middle even only three percent had read the report I think it informed a lot more looking maybe add value there and as for Mr Miller I I got the impression that he was tired a denture a lot he's I think he's a seventy five now it but it's never easy doing this the L. seven hours and at least half of it people are yelling now letting you answer questions and not being protected particularly respectful so I don't know any of us in the his position yesterday congressman clearly regard so what you just said about does it's a tough tough room to play is that why you started your opening comments to Mister Muller by saying this too shall pass there was a as quick as I could settle message of sympathy or empathy for what he was going through you mentioned that you say that I consider myself to be a modern I consider myself to be an independent I don't carry water for either of the parties that being said don't you worry that the Democrats including yourself for calling for impeachment inquiry is at the very least are over playing your hands similarly to all the Republicans did during the Clinton area and even if you impeach the president he will not be convicted in the Senate animal break bad for the Democrats possibilities next November look I'm I'm understanding of that I think what frustrated me was impeachment inquiry does many things one of the most important is it gives you a much greater argument in court when you're attempting to get the president to turn over records and to respond to subpoenas have people come and testify so for me what was the what moves the needle work the president yes totally shiny bite down who might come testify and not answer any other questions or are responding to subpoenas so this is a tactical way of speeding the process affect I think somebody part of the fact yes Sir the molar kinda concluded his report because he realized to go through litigation to get to people in to be interviewed was going to run the clock town is worried that this if this was deep in the next year they'll be coming in for a political firestorm more than that even is because the election I think that's accurate in what he said I also think it's a problem what it what it tells future executives Democrat or Republican is J. you just walk at every turn and time all right out the second part of that day I raised in my questions was he got a pressure whether some of the strong Democrat or strong Republican or an independent the question the other question I raised was what happened the president serves beyond the statute of limitations so a president can make obstruction of justice to get elected or shortly thereafter they serve a second term that's eight years the statute of limitations on that crime and many federal crimes would have won out so the logic behind the wheel that you can't indict a seeded president is that the process should be impeachment that's a better course and it's unconstitutional to indict the modern office I don't think the founding fathers envisioned a system that would allow anyone to be above the law they just sign off the yoke of the king obviously was about the law and I I just I think it's irrational I think it's something you handle with the greatest care and respect but yet now if you take it to its extreme surprise it could commit an extraordinarily serious crime and never be held accountable do you get the sense we're talking here congressman Mike quickly from the fifth congressional district here in Chicago is on the intelligence committee Sonya stayed in the more hearing the in the Nixon here when the tapes came out and Republicans heard the tapes that's a very cold water went to the White House is I guess what you've got to go Donald Trump maybe a lot of different things to a lot of different people and he certainly is not very he's quite sloppy in his verbiage that being said you really get the sense that there's more to what we've already learned regarding the people that ran his campaign and and hostile foreign entities is there any there there or is this just over I think what you read was a lot of air right I mean matter fort for financial gain needing with the Russians those tied to a G. R. U. their intelligence service personally profit in a peace plan which will allow Russia to keep its land grab in Ukraine and Crimea that's pretty troubling the trump tower Moscow deal is extraordinarily troubling because they knew that they would need approval from the the highest sources the highest powers in Russia to do it never gonna profit greatly yeah there's a lot of their their now is there more yeah I'm on the scene I've been on the committee since the first day of rest and there's a lot of troubling issues here this is a very damning report and and finally as important as what's in the report and a director mall or references this began as a counterintelligence investigation was the president United States compromised it it began by an FBI investigation of people questioning what the Russians would do and who was listening to that where is that investigation apparently director mall or send it all over to the FBI or it's in the Southern District of New York or other collection of those are extraordinary question this is important stuff I know people and I think it absolutely everything is partisan but they are this present and acted inappropriately and there's still work to do we'll have to leave it there is a no you have to go but thanks for coming on this radio station I you're always welcome on the show to give your opinion and the inside and did molar testified behind closed doors after the second session yesterday I'm not quite sure about that no he didn't I think he wisely got that act out of there as he could and I'm not sure anyone could going thanks for your time and good luck with the Blackhawks this year thank you take care of things here that is constantly quickly a member of the house intelligence committee your
Chicago, Boeing And Max discussed on Steve Dahl
"Okay hello this is bad news for Chicago based Boeing is they look at possibly shutting down production of the seven thirty seven Max and suffered second quarter losses Mikhail has that story Boeing CEO says the company may temporarily halt production of the Max of a return to the skies delayed beyond October the popular airliners been grounded since two deadly crashes the news comes after the company reported second quarter losses of nearly three billion dollars in revenue dropped thirty five percent the loss was expected Boeing is still bracing for the possible financial impact of lawsuits filed by relatives of the victims of those two crashes Nick Dale W. L. essay M. eight
President, New York And Congress discussed on Steve Dahl
"Democrats are demanding that president trump all releases tax returns again now the president's personal lawyer has filed a lawsuit against the state of New York and lawmakers in Congress to prevent that from
Trump says compromise deal on budget, debt ceiling reached
"And apparently we have a budget deal I don't know how you feel about this but we are going to go ahead and raise apparently we're gonna go ahead and raise our debt ceiling limit again president Donald Trump announced the White House and congressional leaders clinched a sweeping debt deal to lift the nation's debt limit goody and dramatically raise federal spending levels goody I'm back in the day when the Republican Party history about fiscal responsibility they were all rhinos apparently this agreement ago should by the speaker in our treasury secretary is expected to clear both chambers before the August recess alleviating pressure for a school high stakes deadlines this fall this actually push the way beyond the election of twenty twenty something both parties one called this is a real compromise in order to give another big victory to our great military all cats and that's all caps exclamation point close tweet Donald Trump tweeted that just
"dahl" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"dahl" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"dahl" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The. Steve Dahl radio show on a, Tuesday afternoon Brendan Greeley sits across from me Don Julian here in Steve doll home. With the little tummy trouble, today but we just. Had a nice. Report from Janet he's going to be probably okay Be hearing from. Them soon you'll? Get some. Soup and some ginger ale in them and our prediction is that he's going to be fine and Brennan speaking of prediction there is no more, time honored and revered source of all manner. Of predictions than the farmer's almanac is that correct burn almanac, it's actually we'll get the pronunciation correct as we speak now with Janice Stillman who is the editor of. The old farmer's almanac slash almanac Janice what's the. Right way to pronounce it. Janice Almanac would be close but. You, know whatever it. Is, long you say the old part is long include the old and the old farmers almanac we've got the? Right, one because, you know, farmer's almanac or the oldest dirt and there are lots of them, out there and people get confused in the store you know they're hurrying there just too many choices so when we recommend the yellow cover with big. Red digits is the old farmer's almanac I didn't know there. Was anything other than the old farmer's almanac yeah I know it, I I'm glad, to hear that because he's maybe. You haven't seen these others knockoffs for as long as time yes knockoffs copies you. Know just attempts best list is they're all kinds. Of shapes and sizes but people get confused because they. Think farmers almanac they see it in the store and they you. No matter what, the color is of the covet they just think they've got the right when they get home and. Invariably every year? We get. Calls from folks and they say you changed this you left this out with him we check them on the page and the color of the, cover and sure enough they don't have the Old farmer's almanac I can't imagine that any any of those knockoffs can can really hold a candle to to all the information contained in the. Old farmer's, almanac and I I was giving it, a look here and I was kind of surprised that it's not just a series of month by month predictions or listing, of sunset sunrise let. Sort, of thing, historical I mean this is it's it's really kind of an interesting collection of, articles and recipes, and, you know it's it's really kind of an all purpose sort of book that you wanna kind of have around all year all year and maybe for several years because some of these at timeless articles and thank you for saying that the old farmer's almanac is a calendar. Of the heavens so you've got all of nature's. Rhythm, and,.
"dahl" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Where the fuck is my apology dahl what a fucking to miami dolphins players apologies worst cabinets apology you think is a fucking anthem is planning a flag is up is different the fuck do you think the core of debt fucking prompt of debt protests about some other people seeking tile tired of being silenced do inspected to be professional through it all you know you got up owner column afflict inmates normal me they but they wanted meal you wanna lake is is is funny to me because all this shit is interrelated inflows from the same place with his clucking has tag white families d m state fucking out the cornflakes every time they stages poor water in the core of rights now you are not contributing anything with his bullshit when his yo times freak out everybody got alana me too that's why people low us why a lot of people don't fokker does me to shitting and is not in them and on that one of those people supported but is one what low key is a lot of people are just kinda jealous upset and wary because they know that this second that this she held white women they are going to say look everybody does not a white woman komo newcomer the lgbtq people that are experiencing discrimination because people of color experiencing discrimination when it calls the just other women that are not white women experience the discrimination they are quick to say nothing know what i'm saying what is repeated in yang owners screen nothing when his test the tunnels they want us walking.
"dahl" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Some of friends a say no more friends jon dahl weather balloons in the past few years old to china gutter some of the planes a of the tolan now god is still always the pay down the aim is to complain about when the app whenever thank you cindy p this the mob be something out in the news tuesday so taking in the answer now is hopelessly old it was two wounded the dow this.
"dahl" Discussed on KELO
"All come along that no they know they've had an up and they're bringing wade's primary now i gary can are they know now there well i think month fuels the left all now is that they see centurylink i think he republicans the dahl are naked one a cunt harm come faga a guy like or to ticket put on hold you now we can do that nuclear hang but i had a you know we don't want to go there and all that they've been he would have been and where the party that one it's actually get it with i know i highest singing niceties simulate to announce there rolled over mates over the i get graham to telling yeah you never know that's why so i've i'm the my way it makes pressing this i think last week was the ass people do you seeing the whole all of the victory on the faces a very happy republicans it was things to the it's like there's if you're really you give it to give it this is not good for gonna get rid of obamacare to fill the thing that have the republicans got real run the done haven't got the elected on getting rid of obamacare modern embodiment of social as i'm planted in our country to for a socialist take or and we're going to get rid of it where is the parade where are the marching bands where are that sure leaders for what heard that where he has been great celebration does signal that were finally going to roll is baby back listen to do more to wash anybody ya i'd be mid workout who was talk to.
"dahl" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I had dahl's that did that they're hair would change basin he yes you could you poor water on him similar it you would you would por cold water how water in their change colors oh and then would you would it just as the right did temperature wiser just go back to its normal blah would you call home or warm and then it was one or the other that would the change rivers and yeah and then they would reverse you know the coolest thing ever could than yeah they would that dahl would have highlights well yeah cause you could do little spots yeah the like young crack but he would stay that until you neutralized it with the different temperature i believe foul which just involved you dunking the doll's head and i think knee earned it was as bad of a trend and that's still going oh it's back i can't dealer that there with ease modern chains even seems so many kids that is wearing him and they're getting them from terse stores so these are straight up these are authentic mom jeans that they're getting and then they were limit the crop tops or they where the top didn't certainly pull it out they look straight out of nineteen ninety two and they were i'm sure born in nineteen ninety eight i didn't get your it and get to deal with it but i'm so you know i get it we're reading your at three when to ignite it went seventy two hundred that's the same number you can call in as a well multiple great everything from the nineties including cavalry cheap parachute pants big now i'm i'm stomach him up every cheesy don't okay every titties i mine and is you know every to a catch that wasn't really a that was that was a totally different on my way rights and they were like genie pan and they're pleaded yeah you know when you know what was really a bad thing and this became them right radio host three to bring this people i worked with we're wearing his you but is to work i on the fact that should now i heard come yet never be work appropriate i don't care what you do unless you are the some sort of a boxing trainer you shouldn't be wary mills to work i need that especially of their tiger start that's what they work.
"dahl" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"There and i know i have i have a fucking i switched just from he's got up five or internet at my house and it was a great period where i was still pain for comcast in their internet but i was all my computers my house reconnected so to sonics of fiber in comcast must have known because this might want usage went from brill highlights nothing and i got five calls within the week one almost one everyday from a customer service person trying to get media is to stay on in is a very satisfying to say no thing cancer my service yeah no i was there watching the usage and they paid to do wow this person dahl's access a different internet and there's some they not using their internet they're going to canceling soon grown to sit damage this in in seven just wasn't mookie brain since line of sight the does the line of sight internet monkey does line of sight to su trip our i think or maybe it may be i know the hill south of of knowing no catcher to that be pernell the when yeah that's byrd all yeah it's i think they do line inside to burn own i'm because we could've gotten that of the last tested office and only didn't because they had uses i'm it's because wireless i just got to yeah go ahead no no go ahead out of oh i just think i just got the that your road their mash network out wireless and my house is that you like it yeah that's your of yes i love it yeah i know we've got to we know we know get it all the in all corners of the house instead of just in the main sexual column of the house.
"dahl" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"About it the day writer an somehow was that dahl and so one of the things that i did was you know had i i sort of not not in any aggressive way but i didn't let up twenty said that in that i just to continue to keep asking questions as a will want to g duo not much okay will you didn't see layton bet all day oh well now okay well laughed you got about as bad then what did you do you know i i sort of got his i wanted to stimulate is bring to star going back to thinking about what he did and wake it out because it seems suddenly dormant in that moment and i did not like that it was a very disconcerting and bothersome and then the other thing was the last one last time to you know he was he was with me and it was my time to have him for a while and i am where together we're doing around stuff and you know our time is completely whatever he kind of wanted to be a lesson directed a little bit and do him you know decide no nine make it happen as much as i can and i noticed that he rather than sort of being happy with his being in just playing the way he used to be being happy being around the house whatever he gets saying this thing often like over and over again i would be something fun mom understanding fine how does in the fine yeah and that was really travel send because and knowing him it's been hit he saying he's bored exactly is the other inside of i'm never you see is the where board right and he started to use it and i know he would get it from other kids and it certainly did so and and every time has that and i'm a very very and home on third and very much the you know i don't get angry it's you know lashed out or anything like that and very peaceful parents i just you know he says that and i say so we d boredom is up to you need to not have to be born again.
"dahl" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Of interest so then from trump it's to really support his going forward anyway so i just pushed it over the top tuned but there were some interesting and what i call odds in adams including they he i mean this is kind of crazy i thought it was a joke somebody sent me before i jumped on the air a photograph of the american girl boy dahl they're going to release a character all with the american girl so anyway he fit national dahl as this it really does has this first boy dahl that's going to be released and logan is the name of the da i drummer boy dahl he performs and i country western music band and he's the lone boy among the cast of characters what's interesting and the reason i'm even bring up here on the show is because would you think they're big controversy ever this week care love american girl dahl well you commerce baby some was making money off of the american girl dahl because they have grills and they have parties so they got a couple of restaurants set up around this tall and this whole fascinated with the american job girl but the reverend keith didn't hill street baptist church send a message out to supporters an pressures and he said it's killing them high this of male baby's he he said that it's a trek to a mask you a little boys in confuse their role into becoming and is going and stepped right there have on the big old limit i want to say reverend are you kidding me this is a very mask you wanna looking boy it really it really is i don't see any amassed skill eating going on with this so and with this dahl.
"dahl" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Of interest and then from trump it's to really support his going forward anyway so the just pushed it over the top tuned but there were some interesting and what i call odds a man's including they he i mean this is kind of crazy i thought it was a joke somebody sent me before i jumped on the air a photograph of the american girl boy dahl they're going to release and character olympian eric in the girl so anyway the national dahl as this it really does has this first boy dahl that's going to be released and logan is the name of the da i drummer boy dahl he performs and i country western music band and he's alone boy among the cast of characters what's interesting and the reason i'm even bring up here on the show is because would you think they're be controversy ever this we care love american girl dahl well oh commerce baby someone's making money off of the american girl dahl because they have grills and they have parties so they got a couple of restaurants set up around this dollar and this whole fascination with the american dolled girl but the reverend keith didn't hill street baptist church send a message out to supporters an pressures and he said it's killing them high things of male baby's he he said that it's a trek to a mask you a little boys in confuse there are roll into becoming mad ants gotten him to step right there have on that big old limit i want to say reverend are you kidding me this is a very max keelan a looking boy tall and it really is i don't see any a mask you layton going on with this so and with this dahl.
"dahl" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"In the home somebody coming in another highlight i always find that people fine surprising is their chicken on your house why you're gon their check in your e mail maybe to move in the lights around a little bit but they are they're really responsible for a lot see wanna make sure that person is capable of handling of responsibility that's exactly right there are when more this what's fair paid that's not trusting them is so important but you know you mention boarding can also we always say some dahl and that works for them but semien pets are really more happy in their home but a good thing to remember to is just like a very dolled people in their cat people you wouldn't find a pitcher this the right fit for you so we always recommend initial consultation that gives the pensar a chance to meet you when your pads and so trip had does have a special me if you're petr worms up to certain people it's to know that upfront and so we always encouraged head owners to have the picks it over show them to pass routine i'm and that gives but the pet owner and the pitch center a chance to say is this the right fit absolutely hiring professionally should definitely talk to them ahead of time and you wanna make sure that you're animals are going to feel comfortable with them and that they're gonna fall your instructions and i think it's also signed a really good pat setter when they point out things like by the way you do you need to plants water you know what's the alarm code those types of things about your house that they also have to deal with also the contract is priceless what happens when you get stuck in traffic are when you have a flight cancellation or what if there's a disaster we've had presentations in a conference this year about natural disasters what if you're away from home and hurricane hits is going to help but those pat's and the pat sitter especially if you establish a relationship about headset.
"dahl" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"But it wasn't because the dahl would have asked either way in a time frame either way and giving her the medication sager from drowning around bodily flow it's vs having get excited exactly i didn't know the details of her passing but cespedes yeah having a medication and may have changed the way she path but it didn't cause for that he right there but i think for me and i go back to that people man ranking and that land i was going to give or that netted and he was a really active with the harsh issues it with a clicking year curse she says she wasn't really band with the heart issues but here's the like the fact that she started with the heart condition was the beginning of the road to deteriorate should and the fact that she had the call was the road to deteriorate should unlike bales where there was obviously a heart issues and in town it just surface kaboom the fact that that hit progress had started is sort of like it doesn't stop so there was no that reversing at it was a matter of watching it and managing it but there was no reversal so if you're thinking okay if i didn't get were there was a reversal no that's error and you're thinking there was no reversal yeah you need to think about the intent to i mean and you're in can't like to make her comfortable year in can't look to help her career that and i always say if we needed different we do different but we do with what we know what that time and you know your heart during parent line giving her that medication in the her the cobb or the and then not only hurt yeah and that was hearing para the bad is i mean if you intended i'm giving her the medication to be got hurt transitioned that with not your impact you have what keeper comfortable and help her you know went long issue here with kirk that can pat makeup and i think that have not had an like that okay it i hearing and then you is the staff you know what you know or past again who i try colonic twenty twenty we can always look back and i don't i don't right and get out she's it just really there was no plan b for a deteriorating heart she didn't have that that if only i hadn't given her that medication well with that have gone.
"dahl" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"Met but that doesn't necessarily an dahl's on what the management skills communication skills underneath being a manager probably the primary skillset that you need to have an so i would recommend highly is that the first thing it it it be versatile what's the strategy around doing that better committed getting better i would say the first thing is just a really good to know the put the people individually spending time with some be i'm the workplace you know understand them for a personal perspective not to dig into their personal lives per se but so learn what their goals are there aspirations are what inspires stab what motivates star because motivated motivations different for everybody who you know somebody baby motivated by accolades somebody babe a fun event i've money but figure out each individual person and it really understanding what motivates down what inspires of what their goals are and she was by learning about them and understanding down they're going to feel i'm more identity us a person that cares more about just trying to extract out of them work and somebody who really cares about the tape what they're looking to get out of like this well and then taking a step further staying it in contact with stab on that level i don't fairly regular basis to show that it was just deployed to to get more out of that we're too extract a lot of them but rather you really trying to build a significant relationship with them and then to the mistake was taken a step further i think people are way more inspired by management actually this the work at least to some level is one the role their sleeve sup prison you know leading vikes example the you know a lotta leadership boxer and and speakers out there speak to this that leadership there's really up a lot of.