26 Burst results for "Dan Rae"
"dan rae" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"Protect that a couple of things one we. We share a lot of different strategies. I will go too crazy. Details as a whole nother our in not a beer but a coffee. Since i know that your name off. I'm off by in my wife. Will review miyo group. We shall different strategies on on tax tax things on how to save your taxes obviously a brutal brutal state Actually don't mind the tax by the value of what i was created for like. You know there's just not enough value specifically california. I'm in my opinion but also had an tech yourself you know. Make sure your your your portfolios diversified enough zygi. A ton of those things. I don't know if that's the right is the right form for that. But it's not something that i work with my team on for sure. What about the business. The business it's it's the best technology is going. I do believe back. I think at the end of the day. Can you buy things. Ed other places than amazon. Yes by museum in abundance. My cousin said i don't want to. I want to support local companies in. I'm all about that. My la Tolerance no-doubt you can't last thirty days and she could because two convenient and it's it's too easy and there's value there because time is precious and anytime for us in our business. How do we protect ourselves. Whether the market's up or down at the end of the day real estate will still have. We see how you make sure. You're the best acknowledge. So let's to hypothetically go the mind that the markets shaded in it's gone now yup horrible state great when it comes. All people who are played down in their houses Through that and we go back to the days of where i i learned to real estate. I'm in a meeting in that space. So far dot to come. I only have more value because of what we can provide twice is from exist today. So we're gonna those things you look at the data and we build. Those tools will be the great now. It's a hot market with offers on property rated so often management is a big thing that a lot of realtors sign that there's challenges with. I got thirty two operas clayton mantis. The only mashes crazy. How little consumer make myself tunnel. These are the top. Three hours and hours of were will magin. You're getting multiple offers on properties in its oreos or or or a big portfolios of of of these banks. Awful these properties with the technologists can exist for we can be built in. I think we'll win. That time comes which it will be where it was no doubt we will have those those technologies in softwares. I believe that that are even he seen in the whole virtual professionals in assistance world. Play huge that as well so Waiting position ourselves that way. But it's it's all about making it extremely extremely convenient in in in really great in the end of the day. That's what's going to win regardless of the worker. It's interesting what i like. I always like to in these things. Like what's your one. Ninja skill for a business. What's the one thing that has led to the all of your success. What's the one reason you're here doing this interview versus your competitor. Dan rae with the question. What is my ninja. Skip ninjas skill i'd say for me. It's the super I think flexible on details bed. That sounds interesting. But it's unflexible on details. I'm very stubborn. When it comes to our vish in. I think you have to be. I think there's a lot of people who within your company that wanna say. You should do this. We can do that. And it's like stubborn. Be flexible on those details. I would say flexibility. I'm like gumby. I think that thing is i didn't really good leaders. Really good leaders listen law but also they have to change their mind a lot you know and i think when you think about things some were everyone solving really hard oblong world complicated in. Sometimes you get new information to change your mind and sometimes you don't get information read analyze what you had in front of new any change your mind. Naming politicians are screwed in here. They can do in trouble. But i think know really people are open to that very unnatural thing about letting information come in and letting go the profoundly held convictions. They people wanna hold on to means to me. As i think you have to be really open to challenging. What you believe is true and then making the conclusion of post to be very closed off of things coming in and so. I think i'm really good at that. I think it's top because you want to be really consistent but it's a change of mindset of people have a really hard problems like well if you change your mind. I did it. Here's the data that proves of the information gathered. Why chose i looked at it. Really hard problems. And sometimes you're not going to be right on your said flexible in open to change my mind. That's a different tyler. Than i knew ten years ago. 'cause i think your response would have been because i'm just aggressive and i want to compete and like what is shifted in your world now Now but i fake a shift it is. I'm super competitive. Still i hate the lose. And i love to win. I love the dominate the victorious beating drums. I love victory but i realized victory. You have to be flexible. And that i can only go so far. If if i'm rowing in it's just me like six people rowing estimate they they've got great leadership and they're gonna beat me in i have to change. My mindset are really leaders in place how i five x. Down on them. Like i'm i'm really hard on my leaders in a good way like i'm not hard to work with but i naturally heart place. Two words were for like we were. It's real work. And so i think what's changed as is just knowing that in order to compete at a higher level. You're gonna have to do that. What we run the company so much. Since twenty seventeen near burst merged with fidelity at at our level we have to compete at a higher level. Tyler came out and do the things that some rate or keeping. This is the winner. Go there is quantifiable data. That proves that. Now there's There's a user feedback that brings that and we haven't really use that connects and we don't have that this Level couldn't gus what. I'm going to lose that race because of call my ego. Where my thoughts or mike got or This is the right way. That's that's great. But we had shed massively as you can tell. I'm in order to compete a.
"dan rae" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"So far is that i was you. Were kind of hinting ben. This potentially like a really good opportunity for republicans to stick the knife in on a president that they don't like an on a policy the withdrawal that they also didn't like and arguably carried out quite poorly but a lot of the questions that republicans ended up asking. We're just weird for example. So senator james risch of idaho spent most of his time asking lincoln. Whether an aide had cut off biden's microphone at a recent speech which seems to have been a reference to some kind of conspiracy theory. Fox news was talking about it that morning and i did. I do kind of wonder if whether the sort of the extent to which the republican party has become more or less totally subsumed and sort of the right wing media ecosystem and talking to itself may actually impede the parties ability to make a coherent attack on the biden administration. Because unless you are watching fox news that morning you probably had no idea what senator risch was talking about. So that's a dynamic that i'm definitely going to be watching as we go forward on this yet that struck me as odd and potentially foreshadowing of how Some of this might unfolds. And that's not to say that like there won't be some serious bipartisan oversight. But certainly and. I think this is just i. More general point about congressional hearings in today's media ecosystem is that they tend to attract that kind of behavior that kind of sort of posturing for the short news clips and are to the extent that they really ever were particularly meaningful methodism serious. They're less so than they once. Were i think a particular risk in a situation like this. Where though there were certainly a horror. Visuals in the fall of kabul and there is definitely a viable political attack on the vitamin administration on policy attack on the biden administration. You actually have to do it carefully. It to work. Because the underlying policy that biden was implementing. Which is one of get out of afghanistan. And damn the torpedoes and you know for that matter. Damn the collateral consequences of getting out of afghanistan which is a policy with which. I'm not sympathetic. But the majority of the american people is and so if you do this attack in the wrong way you really do risk being on the wrong side of the majority or just speaking in a way that the majority can't comprehend it all so quinta. Lincoln was not the only senior administration official to testify on national security matters recently. Fbi director. Chris wray testified today as we were recording. I have not yet watched this hearing or or read much about it but What did he have to say for himself. In my view the most interesting part of race testimony had to deal with what he said about domestic terrorism and specifically he used those words to describe the january sixth attack saying the f. b. i. Assesses that the january succeed of the capitol complex demonstrates a willingness by some to use violence against the government further of their political and social goals. I found that very striking. Just insofar as you know. Eight months after the capital riot were very much still in a in a place in this country where the meaning of the riot and how we should understand it is disputed. It's not nothing for the fbi director to kind of come out and say this was domestic terrorism. Now granted ben. As you and i have both ridden a podcast. Ending complained about the bureau really fell flat on. Its face in that dan. Rae still hasn't faced any serious oversight questions about why that was but nevertheless it's still interesting to see him using that language he also commented that the bureau's domestic terrorism caseload has an. His word exploded that they've gone from abou a thousand investigations in the spring of twenty twenty to about twenty seven hundred investigations now and they've doubled the amount of people working on it so it's pretty clear that the bureau understands this as a threat and a sort of willing maybe now that President trump is no longer christopher. Raise boss to kind of go to congress and say this is really at the forefront of our minds. This is something that we're extremely concerned about. And that we continue to be concerned about. Yeah i note i. I will be particularly interested to see whether he attributes that explosion in domestic terrorism caseload to rise in incidents of threatened and domestic terrorism or whether it's merely a reflection of heightened. fbi interest. We are going to leave it there. Quinta jurassic molly reynolds. We will check back with you as these stories develop. Thank you both so much for joining us. Thanks thanks for having me the law fair. Podcast is produced in cooperation with the brookings institution our audio engineer. This episode is karen schilling of goat rodeo. You need to do your part to promote the l'affaire podcasts. So get on it. People share us on all the socials. Leave us a rating on review wherever you.
"dan rae" Discussed on Your Own Pay
"Felt more secure to be able to do that to talk to the guest before you know before the show and before the interviews. And all that. I really enjoy doing it that way. And i gather jordan did as well but jordan is alive and well. He still feels unfilled zone once in a while dan marais on nightside and as is a terrific guy. All away around. I've known jordan rich for over thirty years and better man. you can't find. I met dan rae once. I went up to be easy one night. Because i was going to be interviewed i had written a book about perkins by eight years there. It's called my home away from home. Life at school for the blind. And i went there. Personally with one of perkins's former presidents stephen ross state and we were in the same studio with dan. Rae dan was taking calls interviewed. Both of us about perkins about my book. It was a lotta fun and jordan did the same thing with me but only by phone because it was overnight. I'm very familiar with well. I listen to dan rae anyway. But i met dan. Rae wants that was proud to know him. Well i my first year. Well not at my first year. But in one of my years when i was going to school at batavia they used to have music festivals every year at the at the six schools for the blind on the eastern seaboard and my first year going want to perkins and. I never dreamed that for boston would be my home when i left there to go back to batavia just shows you what what can happen. I have a friend who is probably listening to this. Show right now and you may know him glenn from brighton. Yes yes. He's a good friend of mine. He went to perkins with me. And i know he's listening. Because i hooked him on this show. So hi glen. Hi glen i show that would make him feel real good and i'm sure he'd have a lot of questions for you if he was able to be here. But look forward to listening to you. I'm sure as you have any other questions. Zaps i go right ahead so you know i mean with the internet. He avenue to which people can reach retail share their message with people. How do you feel about podcasting and is too much. I mean the annual join us on our programs and we are very thankful for that as my any others that you might be involved as well. I don't do. I mean i'm certainly willing to in some cases be part of podcast. I don't do what number one. Because i don't know i don't even know what's involved in what equipment there would be or anything like that.
"dan rae" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"Family and bay ridge brooklyn and he made you know he ended up dying on in a bakery at one point and in an apartment building and he did pretty well for himself referring immigrants who is poor and my mom. My irish mother landed in the same neighborhood. Bay ridge brooklyn Sixteen years old worked as a cashier of fifty sixty hours a week in the supermarket and finished school at night married my father to firemen and You know lived the american dream and it was all it was all from new york and my my father's mom was from irish emigrants and they all landed analysis while my mom. Then 'cause it was closed at that point but it's it's there's people breaking down doors to come to this country right there. There's no one breaking down doors to leave and this is. This is a problem i have with. People aren't grateful for being here and it's against not political. Just straight down. Straight down the fastball. If you don't like it here. I'll show you the door. I'll get you the plane. Ticket i mean. Would you wanna live back in russia. Compared to here would you. You might because of family ties. But i mean if you had no ties to russia or would you wanna go to china right now and possibly end up in a labor camp or people. Busting down the doors to get to this place. It's not perfect. It's got its flaws. It's got its blemishes. You know But it's dan rae place. It's the best country in the world and some of it so first of all. I have hope for new york. I think that culture is very difficult to kill. I think it will persevere. And i think ultimately the same story of new york has with the rest of the united states It has to do with leaders. And i'm always hopeful. The great leaders will emerge fries. Rick and the kind of leadership we see now in the kind of conversations we have. Now i think has to do with Prosperity and comfort and in the face of hardship. i think great leaders will emerge and I i just think ultimately in the long arc of history leaders become rich. They shouldn't become rich in the process. Right you shouldn't go into political office as a you know an alleged lung lunchbox kind of guy and income out You know eaten at the best steakhouse in the world. I mean debt. That's the problem of politics right. My my irish grandmother. God rest used to say those politicians. They're all like dirty diapers the full of shit and they stink. And it's true. I don't give a crap what party they're in blower. We had begged these guys. Begged them for federal agencies to cover all medical bills right. There's a gentleman. John feel from the feel good foundation. This guy is a lion of a man a general but with a soft big great heart and john. John is a former construction worker. Who came to nine eleven site the day after he was one of those guys caught in the steel with torches and craning. It added air one of those hard hats. That just did never got the credit and appraised at that we did as responders..
"dan rae" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"Perfect. It's got its flaws. It's got its blemishes. You know But it's dan rae place. It's the best country in the world and some of it so first of all. I have hope for new york. I think that culture is very difficult to kill. I think it will persevere. And i think ultimately the same story of new york has with the rest of the united states It has to do with leaders. And i'm always hopeful. The great leaders will emerge fries. Rick and the kind of leadership we see now in the kind of conversations we have. Now i think has to do with Prosperity and comfort and in the face of hardship. Great leaders will emerge and I i just think ultimately in the long arc of history leaders come rich. They shouldn't become rich in the process. Right you shouldn't go into political office as a you know an alleged lung lunchbox kind of guy and income out You know eaten at the best steakhouse in the world. I mean debt. That's the problem of politics right. My my irish grandmother. God rest used to say those politicians. They're all like dirty diapers the full of shit and they stink. And it's true. I don't give a crap what party they're in blower. We had begged these guys. Begged them for federal agencies to cover all medical bills right. There's a gentleman. John feel from the feel good foundation. This guy is a lion of a man a general but with a soft big great heart and john. John is a former construction worker. Who came to nine eleven site the day after he was one of those guys caught in the steel with torches and craning. It added air one of those hard hats. That just did never got the credit and appraised at that we did as responders. And i don't mean at his knocked responders right. I mean we lost thirty seven port authority police officers. Twenty-three nypd officers a dozen emergency medical technicians. Paramedics three chord officers from new york state courts and to federal agents and i hope and three hundred forty three new york city firefighters. We lost a ton of responders but the recovery workers thankfully weren't killed in that process but does hundreds of them. now who are dead from illnesses. 'cause they came down to recover our people and the civilians and poor lost souls that were killed at work that day and john literally almost lost his foot in a construction accident at the site. Eight thousand pound. Ibm tore off half of his foot ended up with massive sepsis six months in a hospital. Hundred thousand dollars in medical bills and in no one wanted to pay him. So here's a guy you're gonna lose. His house loses life lose everything and now the never forget it started quick right and he went on a mission formed his field good foundation. His last name is field efi. Al feel-good foundation and this man literally went to washington dc. With his army. As you called. And i was honored blessed to be with him a couple only a couple of times. I wish i had dedicated some more time to it and what it was with john. Is he set out on a mission to get an initially what he did is he got funding to take care of responders. Who were not limbo. Who couldn't get their medical bills paid. Who couldn't make their mortgages. Who couldn't make your.
"dan rae" Discussed on Streams of Income
"I wanted their help. I just can't afford it so i made a built relationships with a few story brand guides and started helping them with the technical aspects of implementation of executing marketing activities varies from day to day. What that looks like so. That was exciting. It was always a new challenge and kept learning and growing. But i didn't have to worry about the running of an agency component right so through that over the past few years. That's kind of where the primary source of income was for me. I realized that the one thing. I enjoyed the most was having impactful conversations with my clients because they would come to me and say dan. I wanna do this you know. What are your thoughts and we would have an hour long discussion about why how ideas brainstorming came to mind and how we could implement simple action steps to to move in those directions and that was exciting pointed out that lit up when we had these conversations and then in the midst of all that i joined the forty days. Eagles community with dan miller and people started coming to me with questions about similar activities. And i started being able to answer them. And more and more people were coming and wanting to have conversations with me november of last year. I had a conversation with ray edwards on the three day event and his team said that sounds a lot like coaching. But you're doing it for free yet. You're struggling to scale this other business at doesn't excite you the way that these conversations excite you. Well you're right so here. I am the found. What excites you. You think if you hadn't been in that mastermind group that you would you eventually figured out. Oh coaching This is what i'm doing. I'm doing it for free man match being in the forty eight as community. I'm sure you would've Arrived at that eventually because at that group is all about that helping people yum become eagles in their space But i imagine that mastermind helped you a ton to get there faster. Get that realization faster. Well that coaching conversation that occurred in the middle of it was actually before. I joined the mastermind. It was a three day event at the end of that event. We were invited to join the mastermind. Okay okay. it was in the middle of that event that we broke into a coaching session with dan. Rae wanna team. Members name is justin jonoski. Wonderful guy runs another christian coaches group and promoting..
"dan rae" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Can handle multi multimillionaire. Now same thing plante said yesterday. Robert is saying in two thousand eighteen. This is two thousand eighteen march by the way. I wanted to wait that long to tell you the date. So what plant is bringing up yesterday about cannella being this multimillionaire. But he used the phrase hundred million dollars Seems like robert will bring the same. We just eating fucking meat out of fucking cut and said yeah. They'll mcardle. i'm sure he fucking he's not gay like like like what kind of me do like organic share and all that right like like a cow that was raised. You know the right way. Not from fucking mcdowell so basically he's saying look you know a guy like canelo a millionaire. He's not gonna eat food from the local. Grocery store with that meat can be contaminated. You know he's a millionaire so you know this is obviously still his opinion you know. Cannella went to his extremes to prove his innocence and by that he used a hair follicle which in the article Screen share that. Because obviously no one's gonna believe it In this article that is from. Espn one second solo dolo scarface. No mellow you should hit. Be hitting the thumbs up. And at this point as i am pulling up this article from dan rayfield from two thousand eighteen Where he discusses the hair follicle. And i'm just looking for the actual quote all right so Looking for looking for it. So here's bennett. Who's the director of Las vegas ben said it was the first time the commission had ever acts for hair follicle tests on a combatant but the commission felt it was important to get as much information as possible about alvarez's case given the magnitude of the rematch with the lufkin. In the following day's alvarez is positive tests. He was tested a few more terms and each came back. Negative however since the fight was cancelled alvarez had been criticized for not continuing with testing even through even though he could have vodka continuous testing program without a fight scheduled. That's what i'm talking about. He stopped so when you say don't belong to people know you'd lion and very mad that i have this beautiful article that has been on. Espn all the way. Since two thousand eighteen your feelings are hurt. Why did he stop. Why not just continue. I mean your kanell. I'm pretty sure they'll do the testing free fanilo so that he can become the fucking ambassador. Because if kinetico sam vita of out of out of out of outta more people jumping on vita you know. So i mean look all this and there's more right because the other suspects stuff that i had no coup about to you know the research of these articles and stuff like that. Where could we find that. When i it somewhere here. We got skim here heavy now. That's the that's where canals says. He's he he's ready and willing and able to do whatever the commission acts we're waiting to hear back from vodka on when we can start testing again see so. That's mellow testing argon. Not i've been testing testing again. Meaning i gotta start again. Because i stopped so the canelo fan boy stop with your hatred towards me. I'm just reading the facts. But he did say. I'm willing to take a lie detector tests you know but Warrants a show you the hair it must be up the must. There's a doctor. I headed toes. You here we go. It'd be going dr michael. Okay dr michael. Apparently you're going to. Let's see we'll see when my man. Jeffrey says eichner. I wanna dr michael eichner. And he said they'd run the test even though it is even more you know. They didn't have to put the word more he could have just put even though it's difficult but putting the word more means it's greater than the normal difficulty putting the word. More means is greater than the normal difficulty. Let's look up this word for those hard headed cannella fans a greater or addition amount or degree. So it's not just difficult. It's a greater greater than difficult. Okay it's it's additionally more difficult okay. If if difficult is ninety degrees were this is fucking ninety. Nine degrees okay. So all i'm saying is it's more difficult to run on a light colored hair which can allow has but he says again. The commissioner of las vegas did not have to use the word but but he still did. He said we send the samples and tests came back. Negative you know again. Just read the words what he's using. Read the words with is using. Don't be mad at me but this is coming from the doctor and this is coming from benefit you know so you know it is what it is You don't have to believe it it's ray on. Espn dot com. And it's been there since two thousand eighteen. When dan rae was a writer right here very simple because the canot stories. Huge huge. Very very big huge. There's no reason no one is going to believe ever that you know you got all this money and and all of a sudden you got the bad me in observe. It's hard to believe. Not saying. I'm not saying he's not telling the truth. I'm saying it's hard to believe. Because i believe i don't think he needs to cheat. I'm saying public. Perception doesn't look good for you. It's not looking. It's not looking good for the home team. In the whole team is popping..
"dan rae" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Yeah i'm saying could that fight for chairman. Check out that episode. It's out and this. Is this lady chan. There's mari among ghia but chairman yano the number to call in one four to five five six nine fifty to forty one. We talking in the terence crawford and earl tense crawford and shawn porter. Purse bid getting extended by twelve days and the proposed location is not the mgm. But in fact the mandalay bay still vegas though they to give us these things in other places. I mean fricken. Vegas is so far away. Like that flight is long and i hate this shit But again this is great news for us as boxing fans. You know. 'cause it's like oh snap. Boxing is about to get it right. We don't gotta go. I mean we. We don't have to force these guys to do this. So was just good man Mario skier you or your well. I am a veil awake in avail. What would you talking dog you talking about a third party. The main party appreciation party now with party kale plant cannella. Oh that's what. i thought. She would talked him dog monday. That you ain't talking about shit. Non playing a film in do want an appreciation for november talked to barbie about it. If we can get caught. And i think that's the right thing But we are talking crawford porter and the purse bid getting twelve days engine lead. Yeah the extension for twelve more days to continue negotiations. And i think that's great news. I think that's you know these promoters us know that they can really get it done And and and. I think they've seen that just with the wbo live stream in it. And i guess the interested scott gotten these promoters probably realized this fight is bigger than what they thought where. I think you're right. I think not only are you right but these promoters got a chance to see that too 'cause Not too long ago. I can't remember when it was. It was an untitled and We brought up. You know looking at figures and numbers and all this stuff right and seen how easy in the background like. It is for media. Just find certain information on. You know random stuff These guys can do that even easier. You know they pay money to have it done even better and you get specific schematics and you get specific numbers that tell you what a fight. Interest is between to a gentleman. I think that that must be what's going on. That's why they want one last chance to get this thing right That said a doesn't give me any more. Hope it really. Doesn't you know if it was if it was condello. Or if it was gonna mention names. Forget i said whoever just because we've been here with bud we've been here with but you know what i'm saying like we've been here but In in getting a name that we think is going to solidify a and and it just doesn't happen you know so We never been in a situation. Avaiable name like this one. Sure sure this is about as close as it will get our has gotten in the past and i'm not seeing it doesn't any closer. I'm not saying we don't get this fight. And i'm not saying that but doesn't wanna fight every single person on the planet that you know anybody would say is better than what i am seeing is that we've been here before and it's more about bob but it's more about top rank You know because. I know sean was the fight. I know bud wants to fight. Question is can they. Can we get it right. I don't know manage. Don't have that confidence. it's like the other day. somebody put this on. Twitter was hilarious. I was in a clip in free browse like Because he's gonna put on the show and people are gonna talk shit but It was something like man. Everybody makes countdowns for bud for everything but except for his fights or something like that. You know what i'm saying. They were talking about. Oh he gets out his contract in eight months or you know he'll be out of top ranking in half a year. Oh here comes the porter a bid. You know what i'm saying so i don't it kind of made me realize like damn what as a fan which i am. It does go like that. It'd be like dat. It's like man we always make these set these precedents for this guy and Yeah i hope this time. It delivers in again not him. I'm talking about the promotion itself. I'm talking about the people that are in charge of getting into a fight dan. Rae feel wrote an article for world boxing news. And you know it seems like bob arum has a plan and that plan involves the mandalay bay november twentieth. A pay per view I'm i'm also i think in the pre pro. We also have something where he says. If and i quote if we do it will do in november twentieth at mandalay bay in las vegas arum said if top break is the lead promoter arum said he already has the date and site line up so obviously You know he got that with the mandalay bay now. He has to be the lead promoter in order to do that. Porter has agreed to the offer. So you know. And that's what. I think it's about to like i mean it's mostly about. Hey can we see. Bob can get this on right as full as opposed to. I bid you know being situation like with female same thing it's like these fighters aren't really getting there.
"dan rae" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"Can we open it all up. Can we listen to another human share their experience and it be valid and not challenge it and allow whips to exist. Can we hold space for that. I think that is so important that we do that when someone is being vulnerable and especially when this is an experience that maybe you cannot relate to that you trust and you listen to what this other person has to say right because if it's not an experience that you've ever had maybe have questions to help better understand right. You might disagree with some things. But you've got to challenge their their experience especially one is not an experienced that you've ever had so let's have an open mind and open heart and open ears today so today. We're going to be getting into some racial justice. We're going to be getting into some police brutality. We're going to get into some interracial relationships and a bunch of mental health as well and again one of the reasons that i so thoroughly enjoy having this podcast is that i connect with people online. Who i feel like my internet friends. You know and feel like. I know them because i follow their lives right and then i invite them on this podcast and actually have a deeper conversation and also share their voice ray and kind of use my platform in a really fun. Hopefully helpful way so. I'm really really excited today to have shaughnessy schroeder on the podcast. And if you don't follow her. I hope that you do go. Follow her and check out her page Before i share her interview. I do want to share and read some of her posts to give a little bit of background story. Because i'm not going to have her have to divulge all of this information again and again action items. I'm going to go over a few before. We get to the interview and also go to her page. They are all on her page. So here's the first post more intrigued. Go on march. Fifth two thousand twenty. One gregory small junior attempted to take hold up. Let me rewind. I've given a trigger warning on police brutality on race and there's another one so also a trigger warning that suicide will be brought up in today's episode a little bit And definitely check in with yourself. If you don't have the capacity for this if this feels like it will be to green for you. Then i really really really want you to take care of yourself. How ever you need to okay. Mental health and mental nece are so important to have awareness around important to understand the complexities of the human experience and what we are all navigating through And so if you need to take a minute. Hope you take a minute. I'm going to continue with reading this. I post and it is close. Police brutality racial trauma Suicide just know that what you're about to hear is not going to be easy to here. Okay so on. March fifth two thousand twenty. One gregory small junior attempted to take his own life during a manic episode. His mother called nine one one to help deescalate the event and save his life when police arrived gregory was cutting himself with a knife. Gregory was shot four times while he was running from the rear of his home to the front which placed him into a critical medical condition. Gregory is being charged with a felony assaults singham. I might not be pronounce that correctly. Cinnamon county state's attorney. Dan right said in a news. Release that chatham illinois. Police officer adam. Han was justified in using deadly force and will not face charges. No surprise there. Gregory was raised in the village of chatham illinois. He is an active member of cherry hill. Church where he has attended with his family since childhood he has a self taught kotor and an eagle scout. All members of our community deserved to feel safe valued and respected. We need officers. That are capable of responding to mental health crises. We must be out an advocate with members of our community. The family has been released to share information so the family was taken into custody. The mom was so that was march and things have changed since then. I'm going to read another post. And then i want to give you some action items so about a month later. So this in june shaughnessy posted. It has been over three months since gregory was shot four times by a police officer on march. Two thousand twenty one during a manic episode where he attempted to take his own life. Gregory was charged with a felony assault while in critical condition even though he did not touch the police officer twenty four hours after his family spoke out on social media on may eleventh. An an offer was made by state's attorney. Dan right to lower the charges to a misdemeanor. The offer was denied and the request continues to be made that all charges against gregory small junior are dropped. Thousands of e mails have been sent to state's attorney dan. Rae and she fully on behalf of the public. Over twenty thousand signatures were enclosed are enclosed on the petition and have all charges against gregory malls. Dropped all charges She lists some of the emails here So that you can see those State's attorney. Dan rights stated that officer. Han was justified in using deadly force and atom. Han will not face charges. Gregory was diagnosed prior to this episode and he deserved.
"dan rae" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"We already tried that. You can't do that you will you. You're younger than his game. You can't do that. We already tried that. That ain't gonna work blah blah blah. You know what. I'm saying so so please now that you at one hundred twenty thousand seven a lotta. These cats are stagnant. Where they're at right. Please educate them on that. Well i mean look. I didn't get there by really collaborate. In but i think that the words you know stagnated i think i. I've experienced that started to experience. That bra listen. You know i was getting a thousand subs clean a month like you know you know you lose some but you gain my plus was always a thousand. I'm blessed enough to have never been in the red. I've never had a month where i just loss you feel me. If i lose two fifty. I gained seven fifty. If i lost five hundred. I i got one hundred thousand in two hundred subs this month every thirty day period so once i seen oh shit. I gained thousand a month. This ain't a guarantee twelve thousand subs per year or more by. I'm starting to get 'cause you know one year. I had like thirty two or thirty. Six thousand subs in year one year. Twelve one year. Twenty four so like. I started to see them. You ain't you ain't got one hundred thousand every month. Now you only get five hundred or you only get to fifty. You know i'm starting to reach my sill. And i need to open it up like is people out there. That don't know me like you know major keith. I have a wife. She don't know me but she watching his so support him. If i'm on here she could see me. It's my job to interest the listener enough to make them come to my platform. So yeah i do. I do believe in in collaborate. And i mean i've been making it a thing on my own platform. I'm at like one hundred twenty seven thousand three hundred fifty something a day and we have been you know verbalizing that we wanna work with all channels big little small of your content created. Hit me up on nez. Gt on instagram or twitter. And let's talk about working together because we need to push each other to the next level. You know what i'm saying. I got this far alone. This as i've gotten. I feel like i probably could have gotten further hata. Been doing what i'm doing now. That's good man. Joe hi side is twenty twenty and and i'm glad You've been staying you all over the place man. I'm glad that you've been doing that. You know what i'm saying because Latte like like people were saying like right now. You wanna leadership position and so two sabrina to the table. You know what i'm saying and show people you know what i mean so the next thing you touched on dealing with publicist and stuff like that. So tell us about the transition with you. Being publicist right now. Right and Wichita wanna do for your fighters in how. You're trying to do a better than than you know what i'm saying. The average publicists are based on your experience. Well i mean just like the podcast gay man. When i came in you know. I witnessed divorce rate and i wanted to fill the voi- And do better than the contemporaries. Then whoever's out there now again that probably would cause me problems because you always go into it on from a competition standpoint or using the wrong words like i've been interviewed already and i'm already saying like yoda difference between me and them like i got a platform so some people could take that the wrong way because i'm trying to say maybe i'm big ole small and that's not it. I'm just saying. I'm different. Because kelly swanson doesn't have a platform. She can't put your picture on instagram. And get you thousand lights casino. Got a thousand followers. She can't tweet about you. She can't jump on her podcast and talk to you or about you to hundreds of thousands of people in a daily. Because that's not what she does she could. She could pick up a fall. She could get you on. Tv should get you an interview with dan. Rae because huck connections come from her bullet that so years in the business so she's got a more extensive rolodex the But at the same time. I got twelve years during this. I got hell fucking numbers man. I got over five hundred numbers in my phone. But i'm not kelly but what separates me is that i do got one hundred and thirty thousand own youtube and sixty on instagram twenty on twitter and i'm known throughout the boxing. We're we're she's more in the shadow now doesn't mean that i can do a better job for your fighter than she can but it does give you a sense of comfort that i will be able to do something at the end of the day. If i can't use my relationships to get your fight on a different platform at the end of the day i got. What would a traditional public doesn't have which is three separate platforms. And that's that's that's a smart point because at the end of the day when it comes down to it one of these things that that The current promoters are lacking is is getting into the internet how to new through the different platforms and so when you already have an established platform and you're able to provide all of that and then you're networking with other people to to make sure to get china wherever you know any crevice at the planet manifesto. So anyway i under your time is limited in also We have a you know a charity. interview coming up at seven thirty so choi go ahead in in s you find. A question is in a coach malachai. You'll find a questions in which holding also police plug a channel identity. Today we're gonna move with martin s martinus. Go ahead and get off a couple of questions in and plug your channels. Well after a miss mallika right. I don't have any man just a simple question of i know you plan ahead.
"dan rae" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"And he talked about he didn't say manifestation but the power of imagination. He said if there's one thing. I can tell you all those alice. Spend imagining that you'll hitting the game buzzer when you really on your driveway out the back. And you'll going past six defenders and and they up and you win the championship and he goes that that those hours you spend preparing you for the future in wise you do not yet understand to. That's that's very plausible right. I think that that's entirely plausible. Because i think that is rehearsing a set of skills and and literally mile an eating a set of channels in the body that do come into play where i can't come up with a plausible explanation as where it purely impacts randomness. That's out of your hands. In other words. I can absolutely see how it can actually material alter the course of something you have control over. But i don't understand the mechanism by which it would go otherwise. Which of course is exactly the great conundrum of how one reconciles religion and science. Right like religion makes sense to me in the in the sense of why it exists it exists because we had no tool to explain the natural universe until four hundred years ago until the seventeenth century. There was no tool to codify nature. So if you think about how many thousands of years our species existed without a framework or a tool to explain what we saw. Why is it bright out. Why is it dark. why are there stars. Why does anything happen well with. We don't have a tool that can say well they're a gravitational forces and this planet is rotating this way will then you have to come up with something plausible and that's something plausible. Become stories in those stories become the basis of of religions. And and. that's why going back to a question. You asked me a long time ago. I think that's why science is very difficult for people to understand. it is not remotely innate. Evolution has not at all prepared us for it. we have not been selected for it. The scientific method is literally only four hundred years old. The idea of controlled experiments like this is a fraction of time in evolutions history. Right this is less than one one thousandth of one percent so the likelihood that this would be a nate to any of us is preposterous right. And i'm sure there are some people for whom these ideas come more naturally than others but just as there are probably some people for whom acting comes more naturally than others but the reality of it is. If you want to be good at your craft you you've gotta practice at and similarly learning to think critically is very difficult and very unnatural. We're wired to pattern recognize and come up with stories right. Absolute evolution actually prepared us very well to do that because you were rewarded for that evolutionary right right as fascinating what he wants you tell your kids i actually love to. I love to try to explain science to them. But if i say if they say dad is god real here. This is where my wife. And i struggle a little bit. I think my wife likes to demur a bit more and say well you know. I think that's you know she'll say more like that's a bit of a mystery. I'll just say look. There's no evidence of that. You know amazingly i haven't been asked that question directly but what i like to be able to do is kind of not not get dogmatic with them and say of course. Not that's a stupid question bubble blah but instead say well you know it's an unanswerable question. Let's be honest it's an unanswerable question. So maybe you'll find yourself being an agnostic more than an atheist. but let's think through. How would one even go about answering that question. And how would you test some of the claims. That would come along with that question. Yeah things like that so dan rae january social media tomorrow. There's going to be a lot of evidence. This plowing in. He exactly on this thought of immortality. Let's talk a little. Bit about logan because how much affection do you have for. Logan like he's been such a part of your life for so long. It's like i can't imagine how you must feel for him because my affection for him is unbelievable right like he's not even real and yet i feel an affection for him the way i feel an affection for you. Now explain how that's possible right like you're a real person. You are my friend. I have affection for you. Low rise a character. And yet. I feel for him. I weep him. I. how is that possible. That's a really. That's a great question. I think there's something archetypal about the character. I'll go back to my personal connection. It's a very archetypal characters being the basis of many the outside of the reluctant hero. He's a mixture of where we wanna be lot. Most of us want to be like. That's why he's cool. I wish who've rain and much the baby's undrawn and yet he's imperfect to which has consumed more so we can relate in that way. I had such a when you act. When you're acting you have to fall in love with a coward. You've probably heard that before it's but you sorta to you have to evening planning macbeth. If you piling someone who motives the king because he wants to become king on any level yet as a monster right but that's where shakespeare's brilliant you get inside. He's head he's ambition and you can see it coming you filings. Uc's From it goes without saying every character apply to some level of love or affection but wolverine. I october the beginning like he was teaching. Maze going to sound weird. Because i'm people blazin. He's the opposite right. he he almost to his own. Detriment is outside. I'm desperate to being inside. I will whatever on a debate on the inside. And so applying someone who's the opposite was so great for me so connor believing and fun and it was difficult at at the front to the fittest again. Not particularly happy set. I didn't feel comfortable for quite a long time. I didn't feel. I really had the support onset in just the very first one discipline which was what year was that. Two thousand ninety nine. We okay and i was someone else would find the raw guy. Scott had than he got injured on another film. And that filming iva so that had to recast. So i was like i got cost. That were shooting. It was a third shooting. And i was coming to an audition onset so i was a bit of a last minute thing. I could just feel a bunch of people like we had the guy like. Who's this guy. And then i just don't think i've found my aid for law was trying to come to the theater. We rehearse we'll get together and it just wasn't that and and i felt very much on the outside and i actually thought i was going to get fired. Pretty reliably fill that. I was close to getting fired and the humiliation of that are minnesota weekend. He'll go to deb. And i was just between her about this person that person in this situation she actually said to me. She goes that. I don't think you've done up work as what she has again. I understand why you're angry and probably been embarrassed and scared that essentially like you actually Look like a real spend. All that weekend i went. Oh that was that's another. Tsn moment the may. That's right yup grade lobbing tang from your life great spouse to kind of hold your hand. I know child terrible. You pull thing and they shouldn't have done this mall. But you got to put your finger out and get to work. So and i did and on that monday morning i went in and i instead of trying to make scenes work. I just add the first thing i did that. I add lived everything i add lived. I re- road. I did everything i said. I'm not doing any of the dot hours. Just sort of took that in a way like i was because i felt like i was fighting for my life by the way. That's something i've got on a pretty nice guy but if you backed me into a corner up you're gonna say the wool raynham this definitely. I definitely have data in. Its impede of sort of got off track of it but i just felt i do a bit of an explanation of that first one so i felt in why even closer to the character but closer that situation then it was clear to me. I was getting kohl's from the street. You could just feel when things are turning around when you're in a position you onset and then not having doing. It's like you got a bad smell people away. You're not getting invited to the drink after thing and you can just feel this. Ah jockeying full known Dunga class as nice guy that guy and then you feel them coming towards it right. And i'm getting cold so i knew that things would turning around. I had no idea what would happen to the film at all the success but no one knew that that was. That was a bit of a shock to everybody. I think but over the years.
"dan rae" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Welcome back to the final segment of today's gs on see sports podcasts. On risk got done talking. About how the bullets were able to pull out a win all with game three in atlanta versus the atlanta hawks on the bugs or able to win this game one thirteen one. Oh to chris. Molten shows up for game three with big thirty points. Twenty of those thirty eight points coming in fourth quarter All on a great showing by this team From gonesse chris molten drew holiday and company. And now they're only two wins away from going to the nba finals. So with that Let's get into my predictions for The nba playoffs the nhl playoffs and the euro to Twenty twenty championship. So let's start off with the nba. First let's start off with this sons versus cover series so with sons versus clipper series. We obviously know the clerks were able to win. Game five in phoenix Thanks apologies. I m forty point. Postseason performance Scored forty one last night against the Phoenix suns add on with is also reggie jackson. Good game Came out strong early. Works more same for him and demarcus cousins as well Now sears goes back to la the game six on wednesday. Who's winning games. Sons clippers with this And looking at the series all Paul george lead the way for The cubs were thirty points. Ten rebounds Or yet lien waiver to coach with thirty points and devon berkeley in the way for sons with twenty six points All this series. And what i think is going to happen with game spaces that i think the clippers are gonna be able to win on their home. Court enforce a game seven With this and why i think is In looking at Tyron news post game interview with game. five One thing that i said. Is that this team you know. They know how to overcome adversity Where thousand the dow's mavericks series when they were down to show Were that was with the utah jazz series when they were down two. Oh again and now this year is down three one Ensues goes back to la You know face is going to have is going to have to have A big game from dan. Rae in devon booker and chris paul their big three needs to be locked in folks for this game with a staffing sons have only scored one hundred points to clever one hundred and three points throw series on average On average the fiend son scrap forty five rebounds to the clippers. Forty four covers Don't share the ball. More than being sons sean unsuitable. Twenty or says Twenty three times. The cupboards eighteen times and look at three point shooting. drinks sons three-point shooting Not too well low thirties. Thirty point nine percent but Overall and one look at With game six Is candle booker. Just have that killer instinct. And i'm to just take over a game am are. Who's on them and just get buckets because give credit to you know. patrick beverley. You know he's been playing all five games Been playing twenty six minutes per game and has been making them booker's life just you know a pain and we look at his stats devon booker stats in this series. Throughout forty one minutes. He shot the ball at thirty percent from the field. Thirty two percent from three point range and only attempts a free throws per game. That's that's i mean. That's a pretty winning strategy from tyron leland company so with that And another main reason why. I think that the clippers won this game is that i think tyron lose. Version of small ball is A great great strategy to have against his team. Where your need to have gone ray. In the game in order to impact Not only your offense but your defenses while because nali can protect the rim really. Well you can also run the floor We saw what was in game four when he was talking to chris. Paul chris hey censoring allow the body you and just worked out to a t. So that's why. I think the clippers will win game six. And that's why. I think we're going to have a game seven between phoenix and La nats boats talks game for both for the hawks. Game ford i. I don't know about this game man. This game's going to be interesting in my opinion because In hard to predict too at the same time because of trae young's injury Young I'm this receiving a report. Now young is questionable to receive or youngest questionable as emory reveals. Abon bruce on for his ankle so with this does young as injuries spell you know doom or the end for know atlanta because trae young has been leeann. The hawks team is going with thirty. Two points per game I of the Versus the boats in this series And yawns for the box has been doing all for them with thirty points per game Ten rebounds per game drew holiday with nine assists per game just a huge huge asset for them and trae young with six assists per game and cappella trump point seven rebounds per game Looking at this obviously number one. Things premiums injury Without bone bruise Without emory coming. Back we'll see how mobile he is I did see When he did rose ankle you did see him I mean he does play with heavily..
"dan rae" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Everybody knows what you're talking about. These explain it. I explain it like it. Just sells date chapelle scare. You know what i'm saying. He also maybe our maybe they sounded like after being hanging with each other for so long as shit shot out. The radio definitely destroying. He had like four hundred eighty one thousand subscribers man. That's that's that work man you put in that work. My man shot out to you so let me finish. They'll be slug a superstar. But i don't want you to lose your thought you jumped into a you obviously got something. Go for it now. Just going to say maybe You know a lot of what we talking about like you guys mentioned what are we talking about is just conjecture. You know what i'm saying. I'm not using fancy words but we just talking about you. Know the passion can part of the sport. You know what i'm saying. Sometimes you get caught up in what you would say. Sometimes you know and again a lot of talking about the legal part of the f. and if you've got a legal case pending you definitely don't jump out there and say things that could be considered slann there so you just kinda stay mum on that. You know what. I'm saying but you know ness counterpoint. To that is if you you know it. Is you know we noticed. This is media can be used in a legal process. And you still go on to say you know. How much are you securing. A case you know On another note with it though. I think you know me personally. You're killing me in a chat. One i think while the should've took a step back from this. I just jumped in and see what him and scott predict and kitchen that long you know some people might have would have said all but he old again if you hanjin on the legal fact you know. He was old to fight. He added arbitration. And that's what it was but at the same time you know for as both as a boxing fan also you know they can about putting it together like what it looked like. I'm not sure. How much sparring that he That that would show what it's going to look like on fight night so you know i know there was talking on. Somebody's gonna tell me. I'm wrong wrong. You know he could have got. Maybe like charles martin s something. You know i don't know but You know i. I don't know how many crawlers we got your telling me. Let me know what you think about that you know. I think that he may be should've took that. Y'all gonna tell me i'm bullshitting you know. I think he definitely should've took something that would allow him to jump back in and see what his scott was cooking up. You know what. I mean l. v. Slugger says the press conference did over two million views in one day with wild. They're not saying nothing. This fight sells itself. I heavyweight trilogy on this level. In over twenty years all questions will be answered on july twenty four hashtag to top and you see and it still fell short. What do they say see. I'm the truth teller for all at bullshit that saw should talking. I mean what do they say about. The heavyweight division brings out the casuals right if it brings out the casuals two million views that sound like not enough. When you got four may weather let me pull it up to our understand. I'm lying because that's the that's the that's the easiest thing to go to. I made you shoot a. Let's pull a floor. Mayweather verse many ending. Go to count on now. i am going to. I'm gonna be in dick straight connor fuck that con con mcgregor bail. Watch this bitch all of us what you want the highlights twenty three million highlights epilogue fifty five milia. Let me let me find a press conference for you so you can see what these boys was. Doing press congressman. Because that's that's where that so here. You go on showtime six million. And i know for a fact we live shows sprite reviewing every single press conference. And you'll hear me saying like yo. This press conference got two point. Nine four point nine the date of the day oath i so all i'm saying if you've got two million not saying the word imagine what would have happened if you would have spread. That word view spread that message. That you said is being buried. Let's fuck and give it things like a red bull as on let me see the audience got the ought got off any anybody. That's whether you trying to make the case publicly in the court of public opinion owner and a quarter public laws. Like you gotta have the right people understanding what charge is you only in in certain position that you speaking it's argument and huddled masses not going to get out you know. Sometimes you do put things there are people that purposely. Do a good lawyer will tell you. Sometimes you put things in the public because you want people to believe your side of it. Sometimes you wanna take the jury pool if you can so yeah. I don't. I don't believe in keeping things mum just me personally and what i know. And let's be clear when he says mainstream media. Don't try to cover it up. He's talking about dan. Rae through yahoo sports and embiid were proposed by taking advantage of the livestream on three different platforms. One being the one hundred fifth site in the entire glow but you spread that message and mainstream media real mainstream media picks it up you know yet it might get uglier and people start right in top headlines about how boxes always been corrupt since the twenties. But it doesn't matter.
"dan rae" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"And your evaluations and everything. Just kind of looking what you'd is dan. Rae everybody build their this draft. Are you necessarily out of the quarterback market. Oh no i would no absolutely not You know I don't think. I don't think when you're picking this high that you can be out on any position But obviously quarterback is such an important position in you know as his fake. It's good is good draft in business always to be due to the very very thorough on that quarterback class regardless of what. Your situation is You know always went with the rams always said that you know always regardless of which had a quarterback in in even especially now you know it's it's the same approach in it is a good crop coming out this year Is definitely not a position that will be ignored by us by any means there. You go brad. Homes there on the huddle and flow podcast. Just one of the sixth grade. Podcasts you can find with the nfl media group just head over to nfl dot com slash podcasts. Spotify apple or your favorite podcast provider. All the goodness we have for you. Here in the podcast. Space all right. Let's let's keep things going here with some hashtag. Ask mts questions. We put that out there to you on twitter and man. The questions came rolling in. So let's get to some of these here. Let's start with the first one here. This one's from christopher mats and he wants to know d- the best fits for north dakota state quarterback trae lance. What do you think. San francisco forty nine. That would be the perfect fit for trae lance when i look at his game and how he was asked to play north dakota state i think it allows them to be really a nice fit in san francisco. He can play under center. He can do the shotgun stuff to quarterback run game. I think cal shanahan has so much volume in his playbook that he could make trae lance of star. I think he played all star level under couch and his tutelage the i liked that fit. I don't think he goes beyond him but man to me. The new england patriots with kind of how they're trying to win. Now they're gonna get guys back on defense great defense special teams shortening game. Run the football trae. Lance would seem to fit into that formula. Let's get to the next question. This one's from tom o'malley and he wants to know about the bears. Nagy and pays must win next year so really just getting down to it. What position what player do you think they should go for the quarterback spot here for the bears. I mean it is tough because the bears have so many different things that they need to get accomplished. And the quarterback position skews more towards them needing a veteran as opposed to a younger player. I mean because when they got to figure out how to improve what they currently have. I don't know if anyone player can help. Get them over the top to be honest. Dj to me. Look the one that makes the most sense as russell wilson. I i see these rumors out there. I don't see how seattle could ever do that. What are they going to have to play with. At the quarterback position to bears can offer the picture no-man's-land. They don't have an option on the team that they can ship to you. So i i don't get that one. That rumor has has no legs to me. Can't figure that one out either. Because i don't know what they were getting. All the data cap money kept charges. That were go to their cab. This year we'll do it. But i do sense some frustration there. But if you're the bear swing for the fences because you may not get all the way out no doubt all right. Let's get to this next one and you'll recognize this name. Our good buddy. You're hunter may hand outstanding professional golfer. No combine you. See a shift in philosophy. Your transfer teams picking players this year. We think about yeah. I i think this is where teams are really going to to rely on the tape and we can talk about the two models where you go for the player that is ready to plug and play or do you want to take a chance on the guy that has the higher ceiling development of prospect depending on how your program is constructed it will determine which kind of prospect you go after but it will be different more filmed in workouts. Different year different us. Yeah i mean. I think of guys that played in the sec and it also went to the senior bowl and undo the pro day that those to me are like safer type guys. You've seen them play a full season. Good competition all star game pro day. It's really they kind of had the full cycle. Then you've got other guys didn't even have a season this year so it's going to be unique all right this this next one here. Let's go brad. Parsons and my crazy. To think that killed farley maybe the best non. Qb prospect in the draft. brad. I don't think that's crazy to me. He's a top ten player all day. Long and i think he's the best corner in the draft. I know some Maybe have a patrick. 'certain the second their buck. But no. I don't think that's a crazy statement crazy because i think in the draft. We're trying to find who are the top defensive players. He has a lot of things to offer that you like big size. Evidently he's going to test will can play. Zone makes a ton of plays on it and he stood up enough so he's announced any prospect. All right last one here. It's our buddy orlowski here. dan orlovsky. Who is your speak comp in this class and for me it's kyle pits. I mean you're talking about the best athletes really rare everything that you want the position. I think when you think of kyle pitch you. Think of future hall of famer when i think of hall of famers. The only name that comes to my mind is dan orlovsky. i liked. It is a nice big because you talking about you really took own. Dan's everything about him. You see the explosive athleticism. The ability be a dynamic playmaker on the outside. He is unique as a talent. So it makes you special so you have to regard him as one of the best in the business so yeah. I think that is a very apt comparison. When you compare it. Dan orlovsky koppitz. Yeah look you can't keep kyle pits in a box and you can't keep dan orlovsky out of the end zone. I mean to me. There's just there's just no way to continue to one of them. So that's why that's why. Go with that cop there for our guy orlowski. We love you buddy. All right that's going to do it for us today. You guys have enjoyed the show would encourage you to check out. Nfl dot com slash podcast nfl dot com slash mts video. You can find all of our content there and check out the rest of the nfl media podcast as well. That's going to do it. He's bucky brooks. I'm daniel jeremiah. Thanks for hanging with us year on. Move the sticks presented by castrol edge..
William Gross To Step Down As Boston Police Commissioner
"His his decision decision to to retire retire effective effective today today and and also also his his decision decision not not to to run run for mayor or people too. You want me to go forward forward as a mayoral candidate? It just said a lot. I mean, wow. People raised me and they're like we still believe in you. And we think you're the one that would best leave the city. Um It was just an honor to do so. That's why I gave it deep consideration. But I don't know how many mayors have become police commissioners, But my passing is with law enforcement. And I followed my heart and I made a promise to my family. We planned out retirement. And when Mayor wash. Um Whatever you left, I was going to go to. So I kept the word to my family, which is important. Commissioner Grass on night side with Dan Rae Mayor Marty Walsh has been nominated to become labor
Democratic Rep. Ben Ray Lujan will run for Senate in New Mexico
"To have joining us now is congressman from the third congressional district of New Mexico. Ben Ray Luhan, congressman good afternoon. How are you today? I'm doing well, Richard. It's always an honor to be with you. All right announcing today, you are going to run for the United States Senate. Do I have that? Correct. You have that Richard. We heard about a week ago up and Senator udall who again incredible public servant Timon, Jill you'd all. In the work. They do day in and day out always been an advocate for people on leading consumer protections that he was the attorney general for the state of New Mexico, and he announced he would not be running to the US Senate seat. You're sitting down with family and friends and supporters and all the encouragement over the last week. I am announcing today even though it's April Fool's day. This is no, April Fools joke. Down things today that I am running for the US Senate seat in Mexico, and we appreciate the outpouring support. And we look forward to launching this campaign officially over the next few weeks as we travel the state to hear directly from people directly constituents across Mexico. But we wanted to make that announcement today congressman, well, we're we're very happy. Once Senator udall announced he would not seek reelection. What's it gonna retire? Kind of a neat distinction would not seek reelection in twenty twenty. Of course, lots of speculation you were top of the list. But then a lot of people kind of bouncing back and forth. Well, his position in the house. Fourth fourth in line succession assistant leader just has to wait. He'll be speaker very soon. How much did this way into the decision? And how did you go about making the decision congressman? Absolutely, richard. Well, especially over the last two years. I worked side by side with people all across Mexico and all across America to win back. The majority in the US house of representatives for Democrats restoring checks and balances and making commitments to the American people along the way. To lower prescription drug prices, slow the pasta healthcare to pass h r one to restore ethics in our government. Make sure that we were energy influence of all types secret dark money in our campaigns at any gerrymandering, restoring the Voting Rights Act, and I will also elected by my colleagues to serve as speaker of the house in this election cycle, which is a great responsibility and one that we will continue to do. But after all the restrictions that many of us have had watching Mitch McConnell continue to stand in the way of progress. Refusing to take up HR one recently announced that it was Mitch McConnell Senate Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And then we saw the Trump administration doubled down on that Mitch McConnell refused to take up legislation that we passed out of the house to address gun violence. The first that we've done in twenty five years it clear that we have to do something about Mitch McConnell, obstruction fixed the Senate and. That's why I'm running to make sure that we're able to flip the Senate, and we can't do that. Unless we hold you Mexico blue, and I feel Richard based in the work that I've been doing my upbringing in Mexico born and raised on a small farm. I still call home. I'm the strongest candidate to be able to keep the seat in blue, and you Mexico and working or the trusted supporters across Mexico. So that was a big part of the decision how we came to it. And I'll tell you my mom had some special influence over this, Richard. I call that I made and she was very encouraging on she talked about my father was a little emotional. But my mom said, Dan Rae. This is something that the family support you in doing, and if you have support from people across the Mexico, let's do this. And so we're announcing today that we're announcing that I'm running for the US Senate here, New Mexico. Congressman Henry Liu Honda gets announcing as he just mentioned the running for the United States Senate seat currently held by Senator Tom udall. Oh, have you formed your campaign team? Have you started bringing people on for the campaign? Yes, you're so this last week we reached out to incredible of supporters and the team that we're assembling. We're still building it. But we're coming out of the gate with one of the strongest teams in the country, and they are made up of Mexican people that have helped us win seats in New Mexico. And so I know that the team that we've assembled as one that very competent, and that has already delivered victories art of the team that helped elect Senator Tom udall, Senator hanger, so teetotal small myself Senator Bingaman on you know, people that have just been a big part of New Mexico success over the years. So I'm really proud of the team that we've assembled as far congressman you're gonna move from a safe district race to statewide race. Can you give us a little bit of the idea of the direction of the campaign and a little bit of the direction of fundraising? So the campaigns that I've always run Richard had been grassroots feels. They've always been powered by people, and I've prided myself on being inclusive and making sure that we get more people involved during my tenure in the house of representatives. We've put together training to encourage more people to get involved in our state party and our state politics on we've been an advocate for voting rights. Same day voter registration making it easier for people to vote not harder for people to vote because when more people are involved where stronger because of it. So that's the kind of campaign will put together in all thirty three counties will work to catch a voters everywhere. Encourage them to stay involved and be involved fundraising perspective, look at the d triple fee, we help transform the way we raise money, we'd raise a lot of resources online. And that's something that we're counting on grassroots supporters property Mexico to help us out. And then, you know, people traditionally supported my election here in New Mexico. Wilkins you to reach out to them as well. But I'll tell you the more people that get involved the stronger will do what people were able to earn their support that the stronger of a candidate on. I will be as well congressman, then let me ask you this because you mentioned dark money nature are one and ethics considerations. Even people up in northern New Mexico people who do support you. We're concerned about you taking money from private prisons. And also, you know, the thought of fossil fuel money as well. How would you answer them? How would you? How would you? What would you tell them in with their concerns about big money? Yes. So with the money, we return that we do not take that money anymore from private prisons as well there, Richard. So we clearly constituents in that space. I'm very proud of my record when it comes to the climate crisis. And how it's impacting negatively not just in New Mexico, but across America, I was appointed to the select committee on climate crisis by speaker Pelosi. You know, this as well as my listener or listeners and my supporters as well, Richard during my time on the public regulation commission. Not only did we stand up to health insurance companies who were discriminated against a constituents, but we actually stood up in the face of developing more renewable energy, and you'd Mexico developing strong, energy efficiency standards, a strong net. Metering a program that encourage more people to develop top solar on their homes as well. Even though there was pushed into utility companies at during my time in congress. I'm the carrier a cherry, and I'm the author of the national renewable electricity standard legislation. We've continued to stand in the face of a where we need to reduce pollution as well. And we've been working in that endeavor every way. So I have a strong scorecard can all Sierra Club in the league. Conservation voters. I'm proud to receive their endorsement in. Election, including when I was running for the first time back in two thousand eight and continue to hold and earn their support. So that environmental scorecard matters to me very much. It's who I am. And it's how I was raised on that small farm that I still call home, right? Congressman is our guest. He's announcing today he will run for the United States Senate seat currently held by
Trump appears upbeat as Mueller probe ends
"Special counsel submitted. His report on the Russia collusion investigation to attorney general William bar last night. And now it's up to the attorney general to decide when and how to release the report's conclusions Muller was appointed. By deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, twenty two months ago to investigate Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and investigate claims of collusion between the Trump campaign in Russia. Something CBS correspondent Mola langey tells us the president has vehemently denied, it was no collusion. I didn't need Russians to help me when I awoke President Trump has repeatedly denied he had any help from the Russians and has consistently attacked the Muller probe. No collusion. No, nothing all the phony which forty which during the nearly two year. Pro- Muller has charged six of the president's associates with crimes ranging from lying to the FBI to tax evasion. Muller also indicted twenty-five Russian nationals on charges related to hacking or disseminating false information. But it could be a while before the public learns if any of the reports detail. Dell's attorney general William bar will send a summary to congress as soon as this weekend, and then decide which parts to reveal my goal and intent is to get as much information out as I can consistent with the regulation. The White House also wants to see the report prior to congress and local makers are calling for the immediate release of the entire report. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren tweets released, the mullahs report to the American public. Now Representative Jim McGovern says we deserve to know the full unabridged truth, we will settle for nothing less congressman Steve Lynch says what happens next depends on the evidence. Here's WBZ's Don huff with a number of indictments and guilty pleas. Lynch says the special counsel's investigation has gone a lot further than initially expected Lynch, adding the Mueller investigation was limited to Russian election meddling congress. He says can dig deeper what the Knicks of Republicans and Democrats in congress in the house and Senate. It'll have to. Proceed to impeach mentor. Any any other censure? Then it would have to be based on the evidence. Lynch tells nightside's Dan Rae. He can't say whether this will end with
Study finds high rate of opioid overdoses for construction workers
"Workers who are dying from overdoses related. To opioid addiction in Massachusetts her most likely to be working in a. Profession with little security and without paid sick leave as WBZ's Bill Marcus. Tells us that was just one of the. Findings from a state health department study Construction workers are six times more likely to get hooked on. Opioids commercial fishing not far behind that's, in. Part due to the macho culture of. These occupations which suggests toughing it out when you're working, in pain, Jody sugarman Rosen is executive director of the Massachusetts coalition. For occupational safety and health care about addressing opioid addiction and opioid overdose death if you're not looking at. Reducing workplace, injury you're missing a key strategy another part of. The problem is that of a construction worker gets hurt someone right on the job can get them opioids, so they can just keep on
Dad's video of toddler climbing pool ladder goes viral
"Dan rae nightside joins us you are coming up in just a few minutes after the news we're gonna answer every question anyone could have about social security i steve richardson from social security in boston in he is great and he'll answer any questions that people might have and i bet people are going to have a wada question slowly really is it's so important and it can be confusing but will clarify everything and then after that we'll talk about the southern border and family separation and we'll get into the controversy all right zero they always are all right dan rae nightside after the news at eight now back to the evening news have been struck by a recently recorded video showing a toddler climb up a supposedly childproof set of tool stairs with little problem it is a new example of the dangerous posed by backyard pools peak summer season arrives here's ana warner watching my son with it locked in pull himself up this that's dad keith wyman of massachusetts narrating as his toddler climbs a safety ladder designed to keep kids out who's big idea was it to have this door on the ladder what slots like that it was a demonstration to show the dangers but this was not watch as two small children in texas climb the ladder of this pool to get into the water the seventeen month old was floating when his mother tana's zuniga rushed to rescue him my heart just dropped when i saw him i literally thought no that's a baby doe that can't be my son a part of me knew he was gone his lips were blue his face was white both kids survived but many do not i don't know ten days ago olympic skier bode miller's nineteen month old daughter died after making her way to a neighbor's.
Us, Attorney and Senator Ted Cruz discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"The fight over the president's zero tolerance border immigration policies white house press secretary sarah sanders he's called on democrats in congress to work with him let's fix this problem the president is trying to kick the can down the road he's actually trying to work with congress to get real solutions and to fix the problem that's what we're doing congressman seth moulton blaming the trump administration for the separation of families this is the administration's fault it's something that vacant end in the next hour it's disgusting it's unamerican it's the opposite of family values and it's gotta stop texas republican senator ted cruz says he's introducing emergency legislation intended to keep migrant families together immigration attorney marisha franco and accusing finger at those who bring the kids with them the blame is with the parent the so called parents bringing the kids here and by the way on that piece of the information there's been over three hundred percent wise adults bringing unrelated children to the border the franko limestone on nightside with dan rae noting what's going on reported is the eight thousand kids the us has already taken in they're not in detention she says they're in homes around the country president trump directing the trade representative to prepare new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports as the nation's move closer to a potential trade war president saying the new tariffs at a ten percent rate are retaliation against china should it go through with its plan tariffs on fifty billion worth of us exports wbz news time nine oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
The Wall Street Journal, Merrimack Valley and Dan Rae discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"The wall street journal primate minus point seven six percent andbranch equal housing lender clouding up a little bit we have some showers in the merrimack valley but otherwise just fair skies tonight quite pleasant as well we're in the high seventy s in the city right now we've got local stories at eight o'clock followed by talk with dan rae right after the news is the cbs evening news now would you have floor have a good night largely with men new study finds a troubling trend among women even among those who don't smoke it is estimated that more than two hundred thousand americans will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year for more on all of this we are going to turn to dr tarun hula doctor what are we learning tonight's low you said it historically this was the disease that we thought we saw more often in men but in fact we've seen a change in this trend and this research adds weight to that evidence we know that the incidence of lung cancer has declined for both men and women but it has dropped at a steeper way more pronounced way for men so now we are seeing more cases of lung cancer in young women than young men these are women who are born after the mid nineteen sixties women who are white women who are hispanic but what's interesting is it does not seem to be related to changes or differences in smoking behavior so interesting and concerning so what else beyond smoking then explains this potentially.
Hawaii Kilauea volcano eruption: More Big Island residents told to be prepared to evacuate
"Thirty give a call is cbs cbs news update residents of hawaii's big island or again on edge from the killer way of all keno even as the amount of land floating out of the ground and into two subdivisions has slowed government scientists are warning the volcano is still dangerously active tina neal is scientists in charge at the us gs hawaii volcano observatory very robust scheme coming out of the vents actuated by at least two small ashes explosions that sent quantities of reddish wall rock billowing up into the atmosphere thousand feet correspondent carter evan operation center here has been the hub for disaster response since the eruption started more than a week ago but now with the threat of a volcanic explosion and the ash cloud it could create they may soon have to expand their focus meantime tourism has suffered amid reports the mountain could start heaving smoke ash and rocks the size of small cars thousands of feet into the air officials are urging tourists to not change travel plans cbs news update i'm jim shanavie this is stevie football and i'm the owner of davos you know some people come up to me and say steve did you buy awaken one eighty and i have to laugh i have nothing to do with the ownership i'm just here to help i'm here to inspire you to go there because it's not hard what it's hard is doing it on your own how this all got started people keep asking me how i got to get involved with a week and winnie the weight loss they actually approached me see if i could have a menu at dav ios because i had a lot of friends and went to the program and did really well so i said you know what i need to try the program and see how i'm gonna do well every week i lost weight the next week i lost more weight my body fat started to go down down down now i'm in here saying i lost over thirty pounds my body fat is at eighteen my visceral is at ten i've got an amazing numbers my body right now is a twenty five year olds and i'm fifty seven i'm really proud of that this is dan rae steve ed the same great results i had as had the.
Bill Cosby's talk of quaaludes led to conviction, juror says
"To ban any firearms from being carried into places visited by those they protect regardless of any state laws guns were also banned during president trump's appearance at the nra's national meeting in atlanta last year wbz news time to twenty a juror on the panel that convicted bill cosby of sexual assault is speaking out and the gay peas rita foley has his impressions from the trial juror harrison snyder says bill cosby's own words from years ago convicted him sworn testimony he gave in an earlier civil case brought by accuser andrea constand was causing me admitted to giving these quail woods sued women young women in order to have sex with them juror snyder says he has no doubt the jury made the right decision and if you were there you would say the same thing you would say that he's guilty snyder who is twenty two says he didn't know much about bill cosby before the trial i'm a little too young for that he said of the eighty year old tv star once known as america's dad snyder was on abc's good morning america i'm rita foley now in california joseph di angelo the man police believe is the golden state killer he's now in solitary confinement as we hear from abc's johnson told by law enforcement sources that he is in a jail cell alone on suicide watch after having a psychiatric evaluation no visitors have come to see him we're also told that his behavior is pretty much the same as what we saw in the courtroom when he was wheeled in sitting in a wheelchair appearing dazed and had delayed responses to the judges question now police believe deangelis responsible for over a dozen murders in that state close to fifty rapes and hundreds of breakins ins cracks court foulup an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country in the system failed thank you for coming you're speaking on nightside with dan rae who is headache horrific i was getting victimize people nightside should be ashamed of stan ray next day wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to twentythree it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
'Surfing Padre,' known for blessing California waves, dies
"In the united states sad developments in a helicopter crash in northern wisconsin today three people now confirmed dead after the medical chopper went down in a heavily wooded area in the small town of hazel hirst that is about one hundred fifty miles outside green bay had happened this morning all three of them crew members believed to have died on impact the crash is in a remote area not easy to get to the chopper went down just twelve miles from its destination wbz news time four fifty one forty nine degrees in boston raining on a friday in the city one restaurants advice to their consumers in the midst of an e coli scare romaine com romaine is still on the menu at many restaurants both family and big chains owner saying they've checked with suppliers and they're confident that their product comes from places that aren't affected by an e coli outbreak that's made at least eighty four people in nineteen states sick the government is still investigating how romain lettuce from yuma arizona apparently became contaminated with e coli some customers aren't buying it though as one said i'll stick to kale daria albinger abc news z was known as the surfing padre reverend christian mondo door who wore a wet suit under his clerical robe and presided over an annual blessing of the wave ceremony in south california has died just two days before he would have turned ninety three surfers would regularly ask for his blessing before they paddled out eventually reverend mhondoro started a yearly interfaith prayer ceremony on the sand with a rabbi and other religious leaders that drew thousands of people in the sulk as dr cracks accord foul up in an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country in the system failed thank you for coming on nightside with dan rae headache horrific getting victimized people federal courts should be ashamed of san ray.
White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar remains hospitalized after suffering hemorrhage
"The mid thirties though in some inland suburbs tomorrow we'll be mild high sixty two will start with some sun it's going to cloud up and then we're going to see some late rain we'll be watching that for you and we have local stories coming up at eight o'clock with mike macklin followed by dan rae right now jeff glor the cbs evening news white sox relief pitcher johnny for chorus speaking with his doctors and family after a scary episode friday night far were passed out in the dugout and needed emergency surgery to repair ruptured aneurysm in his brain he remains in critical but stable condition tonight more now from dean reynolds danny farquhar white sox reliever danny parkway through fifteen pitches to end the top of the sixth inning friday night then he walked to the dugout and collapse something did happen with danny far i don't know anything more than that but they did take him away white socks medical personnel clustered around him and then carried him to the clubhouse a waiting ambulance and finally to a hospital where he is now in what a team official calls the fight of his life far corps had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage brought on by a ruptured aneurysm there was no warning there generally isn't until the anderson leaks and at that point patients experienced a sudden severe headache dr babak girolami is a professor of neurosurgery at northwestern memorial hospital mister car had a brain aneurysm which would have looked something like this but how could a thirty one year old professional athlete go from peak performer to hospital patient in the time it takes his ninety three mile an hour fastball to reach home plate anderson's are not very uncommon about two percent of the population will have him so in a room of fifty at least one person has a rain aneurysm they may not know about it in cases when an aneurysm ruptures there's a fifteen percent chance of death before even getting to a hospital and of those who survive four out of seven we'll have disabilities a major concern for danny farquars friends family and teammates the white sox have a game here tonight in chicago and their spirits may well be lifted by word from farquars medical team which says he responded well to surgery over the weekend and jeff he does have use of his extremities that is great.
Male birth control pill could be closer to becoming reality, study finds
"Eight o'clock wednesday to eight am thursday chance of sixty mile per hour wind gust and some minor coastal flooding will be with you through the storm mostly cloudy tonight though low twenty nine degrees we'll have a lot more on the nor'easter the easter coming up at eight o'clock in the news with don huff followed by dan rae have a good night oh back now to the cbs evening news of course with jeff glor on wbz we are getting closer to the day when men will have the option of taking a birth control pill but will they here's chief medical correspondent dr john lapook decided on the pill the birth control pill is nearly sixty years old there's never been one for men dr stephanie page says it's about time one of the issues for man is that they really have very few options available dr page and colleagues conducted a small study showing a male birth control pill which mimics testosterone was safe when given daily for a month it dramatically lower testosterone levels with no change in mood or sexual function at.