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"davidoff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seeing this Martin because it's an expensive event to begin with. Food costs a lot here. In the hotels are more expensive around here too. Talk a little bit about just, you know, we talked with Sid davidoff. Davidoff earlier about the economic effects, hundreds of millions of dollars that come to New York City Martin. What are some of the other costs that you found that have gone up in relation to the U.S. open? Yeah, well, we talked to the U.S. tennis association and they told us that they were seeing an increase in fair food costs in the 15 to 20% range. But that they were trying not to increase prices to attendees by more than 10% wherever possible. We had also inquired around about hotel costs in the area. And some were reporting rate hikes of 20 to 25%, depending on the day in who's playing. So yeah, it took the U.S. open just like it's hit every other part of the economy. And what's the average ticket costing? Well, it really depends on what browns you come. Okay, I'm sorry, yeah, Martin, what did you hear? I'm sorry. I kept in the same time this morning, and they were saying that following Serena's win last night, the lowest price feats on their reseller website went from $321 to $435 this morning. So Tim, you weren't far off about the getting in on a $400 ticket. You went on that one. The most expensive feed went from about 7000 to $9000 on game time. Wow. Okay, what about celebrities here? Molly, have you seen any? Walking around. I see a lot of them on TV when they're watching, and it seems like the Serena matches are the place to be seen, whether you're a former president. Or a very famous golfer. I mean, I personally have not seen them. I think tickets are routine just described in a different bracket than mine are. They have a different entrance, maybe. But you do have you do find when you go in to watch a match. Martin, go ahead, come on in. Oh, I was just going to tell you guys, I mean, most of the celebrities are sitting in Serena's box. You know, they were there by invitation like Tiger. But I just wrote an article overnight, actually, went live at 1 a.m.. Because I was counting up all the celebrities at the game last night. And you know, so who was there since I Jared Leto, Laverne Cox with mistaken from Beyoncé, Bella and Gigi Hadid, Dionne Warwick, and a win tour, Hugh Jackman, Queen Latifah, and Spike Lee among many others. So yeah, it's been a start studded occasion. The most fascinating I found was that the Bill Clinton showed up with Dr. Ruth Westheimer. So I love that. Don't you wish you were a fly on the wall next to the two of them and just the conversation? Oh my God. And actually in the article I posted last night. I have the video, the two of them, you know, talking among themselves. I think cheered on Serena. So yeah. Well, you can feel the excitement, right? Molly walking around? Oh, it's been throwing in the celebrities to me or more of the tennis players that probably no one else knows who these people are. So I've been very entertained. So sitting with Molly, she's like, that's so and so player. That's so and so player. I want a picture. Martine Paris, U.S. consumer reporter at Bloomberg news, and of course Molly Smith, she's our economics editor here at Bloomberg. Thank you. All right, from New York City to Washington D.C. for world and national news with Nancy Lyons hey Nancy. Thanks, Tim, a federal judge did not rule from the bench today after hearing arguments on Donald Trump's request for a neutral third party to review documents seized from the former president's home. The Justice Department says Trump has no right to such a review, the judge says she'll issue a written order at a later time. President Biden will be addressing the nation tonight in prime time, Bloomberg government's Patrick says Biden wants to focus on the importance of protecting our democracy. I don't think there's going to be a specifically new message, but the fact that he is taking this on the campaign trail, giving a prime time speech and making this, it was seemingly a central aspect of his focus on the campaign trail heading toward the midterms. I think is very significant. Bloomberg's chat fist Patrick says Biden news is using symbolism to boost his message, speaking tonight from Philadelphia's independent national historic park where the constitution was signed. Thousands of asteroids as big as the Washington Monument are zipping around our solar system at 40,000 miles an hour. Congress wants NASA to find them, the Biden administration says it can wait. First, the odds of one of these objects crashing into the earth are minuscule. Still, Congress told NASA to find 90% of them by 2020. So far, they found about half that. The Biden administration has proposed delaying the launch of an infrared space telescope by two years and sharply cut its budget for next year. Congress is pushing back and the debate could flare up as the September 30th government shutdown deadline approaches. In Washington, I made me more as Bloomberg radio global news 24 hours a day on air and
"davidoff" Discussed on WTOP
"At four O three And the good Tuesday morning may 10th 2022 welcome in studying pleasant today the high might reach 70 We're at 52 in our nation's capital right now We do a D thank you for taking us along for your Tuesday morning ride I'm dean lying gladly with you this year early morning Helping the news is we headed to this day together contractors are keeping a close eye this morning on two construction barges that apparently broke free of their moraines over the weekend of the Potomac river above harpers ferry The barges are not expected according to officials to be pulled to the shore anytime soon One of the barges is snagged on the remnants of historic dam three near harpers ferry and the other is stuck below damn four in the sharpsburg area We have contractors on site and they will remain there 24/7 monitoring the barges making sure that they're not moving unexpectedly That's Christiana Hansen spokesperson for the CNO canal national historic park who says it could be weeks before water levels drop enough to safely retrieve the barges The complicating factor is river conditions The water is quite high It's going pretty fast And so we need to wait for the water to go a little bit lower Particularly on WTO P news WTO P at four O four on your Tuesday morning as many as a thousand local Virginia high school students walked out of class this week on Monday a week after the leak of that draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court could overturn roe V wade That's according to the state director of a group called generation ratified Virginia which described itself as a youth movement organizing young virginians in the fight for reproductive justice Now Abby Garber has said that students from over 40 different high schools actually participated in the organized walkout including schools in fairfax Arlington and Prince William counties Mondays walkouts and the recent report of the draft Supreme Court opinion come amid push right now to restrict abortion in several Republican led states Protest outside the homes of U.S. Supreme Court Justices meantime raising concerns this week about their security privacy and the issue of free speech two members of Congress proposing round the clock security for the justices while local police work to allow demonstrators the right to protest lawfully Montgomery county code and Maryland state law both have prohibitions against picketing a particular private resident Montgomery county police lieutenant Peter davidoff says while there are limits on protesting in public spaces including noise ordinances That doesn't mean you can't protest in a residential neighborhood but you can not pick a particular resonance David off explains protesters can be on the sidewalk but they can't block it so they have to keep moving versus standing or sitting in place in a way that would prevent people from passing by Kate Ryan WTO P news You know nobody wants to be embarrassed and shamed especially when you're young and middle and high school The Montgomery county board of education to that end says this week it is expected to finalize a new policy regarding students who are in debt for their school lunches the board tabled the issue you'll remember last year after a lot of blowback to their original plan that plan had called for alternative meals a sandwich fruit and milk instead of a hot lunch for students who are not on a free and reduced lunch program and who have more than $35 in cafeteria debt At the time critics said the alternative meal would create bullying and inequity among students Bethesda beat reports the new policy allows the superintendent to set a threshold for negative cafeteria balances which if hit would mean a student's could no longer charge a la carte Items on the menu It's four O 7 IW TOP last year D.C. saw more than 200 homicides for the first time actually in 17 years many of the killings involved guns As they searched for solutions this week city leaders now have a new list of recommendations of the table aimed at curbing gun violence in the nation's capital Some of the recommendations are already in initiatives launched by the city including getting to and helping people at high risk of being involved in gun violence but the National Institute of criminal justice reform also says expanding D.C. polices violence reduction unit to solve more crimes can help So can a guaranteed income initiative for families and wards 7 and 8 living below the poverty line Also recommended using lobbyists to push Congress to fill judicial vacancies The authors also claimed the city needs to do more to address a lack of political commitment coordination and coherent strategy to reduce gun violence in D.C. read more WTO dot com Mike Morello WTO news The morning welcome into WTO You're with team lane.
"davidoff" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Yeah, big love to Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest fans whose teams have a seismic second third and the championship clash tomorrow with the Premier League promotion really cool on the line as they go down to the wire, but I want to raise this jagermeister. This bolt of human emotion in the shot glass to Real Madrid who lifted their 35th La Liga trophy at the weekend after beating espanol four nil on Saturday Karim Benzema was of course amongst the scorers. Him or Jordan Pickford now for the huge love to Marseille. He won this 24 feet during his career at real and above all to mister Carlo Ancelotti, my old dad has had some roller coaster of a season, many wanted him to be let go after the el classico implosion, but his team have been comeback kings throughout the Champions League run and his comeback is perhaps sweetest of all. He became the first manager to win titles in each of Europe's top 5 leagues, England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France, and he celebrated. If you've not seen the photograph, find it, he looks, he looks vindicated, he looks relaxed. He looks just magical point on a pair of shades. Smoking a davidoff surrounded by his adoring players looking very much like a legendary gangster rapper about to drop a comeback mixtape to mister Carlo proof there is life after death. And by death, I mean Everton. Courage. He's certainly a smooth dude. Okay, you can follow us on Twitter at men and blazers at MSC Davis at roger Ben on Instagram at men and blazers at embassy Davis on Facebook where men in blazers on Twitch twitch.tv forward slash men in blazers that's coming up on Wednesday. We're on YouTube rod now where you can see a video version of this very podcast and SnapChat just search for men in blazers on YouTube. Oh, it's a lovely one. You can always email us at men in blazers at Gmail dot com vendor punk rod. War pig. Was that a robo? I like snacks. Baldwin Baldwin. Take that Gloria. To tweed. I got a rock and mate. Kung fu fine America. Love you, David. Love you, roger. Vamos somebody, you know..
"davidoff" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"An idiot. Oh, what a loser. Yeah, I don't understand. I'm going to get into it with Tim kirkton. I don't understand the equation that's being played out on the owner's side that this makes any sense, Major League Baseball canceling the first two regular season series after the player association turned down their offer. They really didn't move that much at all from the discussions that were taking place on Monday. Rob Manfred was asking a great question by a reporter on Tuesday after this announcement came about why real bargaining didn't begin until three months after the lockout started. Listen to his answer. Hey, rob, understanding that deadlines create urgency you locked out the players to jump start the negotiations. It feels like real bargaining went on just in the last 24 to 36 hours. I'm sure people are wondering why not over the last three months or even longer to get to a point where you're not necessarily canceling games because there's some momentum here. Yeah, I think the best answer to that question is the last ten days. We've been here ready to bargain full committees, owners, players, for ten days, and it got going two days before the deadline. That's the best explanation I can give you. Yeah, that would question was asked by Jesse Rogers Taylor. I didn't hear an answer in the response from rob, did you? It's almost like he's a master obfuscator and it's his job to deflect and take bullets and well done, rob. He did a great job out there. You earn your paycheck. Ken davidoff is leaving the New York Post. He's retiring from covering baseball. He had this exchange as he posed a question to Manfred. Thank you. You've been so kind. It's hard to see you go. Thank you. Really going to miss you. Don't use mutual. Yeah, like that right there. I don't get like rob, who cares what any writer writes about. But that's the exchange on the day when games are canceled. It doesn't make any sense to me. After rob spoke, Andrew Miller, Max Scherzer talked about how long players are willing to not play. Are there discussions about how long guys are prepared to prepare? We're prepared. We've seen this coming in a sense. It's unfortunate, but this isn't new to us. This is not shocking. It's, again, unfortunate, but our communication are willingness to see each other's point of views and to find solutions in a fight for what's right is nothing like I've seen before. I can tell you that. Right, and this has been making in the years. Of seeing things that have happened over the course, specifically of this last CBA, things that have happened to different players that has made us outraged in certain situations that we absolutely have to have corrections and that's why we feel necessary to be able to continue this fight. Here's you and later Tony Clark. Players want to play. We all know that. But the reason we're not playing is simple. A lockout is the ultimate economic weapon. Let me repeat that. A lockout is the ultimate economic weapon. In a $10 billion industry, the owners have made a conscious decision to use this weapon against the greatest asset they have. The players. But the group won't be intimidated. I've seen more unity over the last few years than at any time in our recent history. All right, Taylor, what do you got? All right, buster. Well, I talked about bald man on campus yesterday. I wanted to highlight specifically the episode we recorded after we wrapped up here on baseball tonight. It makes the chef ski's last home game at Cameron indoor stadium this Saturday college game day is gonna be there and my guy J Bill has had some great thoughts and insight on the winding down of his career, the actual specifics.
"davidoff" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Covert and socially acceptable forms of white supremacy, including the phrase Make America great again. There's also a separate video session featuring Nicole Hannah Jones, The New York Times journalist best known for being the editor of the 16 19 project. She was a fraud. That woman? Yeah. This retails the founding of America through the eyes of slaves and in this Google training session. Um, she says the first Americans the first Africans being sold in 16 19 is more foundational to the American story than the pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock. Some great. It's great has just run down the country. And when you're in favor of all this, right, Lynn, just let's say to the to it. No, no, don't track me into your little little game here. I you know any thoughtful in the demo Any any thoughts is the Democratic position. Len is America an evil country because it was founded on the original sin of slavery. Is America therefore evil. Do you believe that? Do. I believe America is evil? No, I do not. But I believe that there there has been the racism since day one. Yeah, I can make you think. Do you think, Make America great again as a racism I might being put on trial here. Leave me alone. Performer sportscaster who wandered into this mess will be out of this. You guys discuss it. Did you? Did you fall? Did you read all that stuff on the 16 19 project their lunch? I didn't. I'm not yet. It's not like it's not like to do this, Michael. Sure. Okay. Alright. Up next, um We're going to talk to New York Post sports columnist Ken Davidoff will get his thoughts on Derek Jeter being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and some 9 11 memories from Ken Davidoff. The New York's boats on your Post sports columnist. I should say it's coming up next. I'm Bernie Better with your w O R traffic,.
"davidoff" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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"davidoff" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"davidoff" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"I'm writing for deadspin ripping bad chosen for baseball take game. We love hello. Everyone hope all is well despite being missed hub for the playoffs. I wanna take a brief intermission from that. Just took about miguel cabrera becoming to twenty-eight player to join illustrious five hundred home homerun komo's sunday since we're in you're twenty twenty one. Dan means that. There's a generation started from the year. Two thousand ten. That might not know how special he was and still liz. So just in case scenario might plots at anyone that may be listening. I'm gonna take it back in some really quick. The first time. I personally watch megi. He was a twenty year old looking for the van. Florida playing game seminar the nfc. Yes against the cubs he was facing kerry wood and account was one ball to strikes in men on the basis. He wrote a line drive just over. They had a walk here. Who's on third base. Before the next page. He is a fastball. Down in it and since it over the fist deep left center phil given the malls. Three run home run that would catapult them to the world series which in fact they ended up winning over the yankees is six so fast forward to december. Two thousand is seven the mall traded to the detroit. Titans ninety detroit. What really started to gig. He will go on to win four batting titles two home run titles to mvp awards back to back and in my mind the most impressive feat of all the triple crown just like the late great denny green's said crown. Is you know what as of right now that levitan all stars in his nineteenth season and the next check on the bucket list is mr three thousand like my guy bernie. Mac rest in peace. Mickey maze currently forty three his side. That moore and under contract for the next season in theory. He could become just a semi plates and accomplish fee for all that for later date right now i believe in taking a moment and letting the greatness of a twenty year old kid for venezuelan sinking and appreciate what he's become cherish the moments. We have to still watching because plays like mickey. Don't come along too often. It's getting warm out which means it's time to start planning your next outdoor adventure. The four broncos port was built with adventure seekers in mind. Pack up your things and hit the road with this four by four. Suv that's compatible with any trip. It was created to help. Make your journey's easy comfortable impossible. If features a high performance off road stability suspension system available off road capabilities and seven available goat modes to go over any type of terrain. Terrain management system includes five stared to go modes san slippery sport. Eko and normal so you can get wherever you need to go and explore beyond the paved path. 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"davidoff" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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"davidoff" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Your knowledge man. We appreciate you on the podcast. Any time it's time for the pocket. Protector centrum the analytic numbers. You need to know well. Maybe anthony masterson as his name. Bs analytics is gay. What do you got for me. Anthony with about six weeks left in the regular season. We're starting to see the playoff races begin to take shape the reds there. Surging the padres. They're flailing the yankees. Well they can't be stopped but what's most important going forward could end up being each teams remaining schedule the dodgers chasing the giants still but they play each other only three more times a week in series at the beginning of september. The yankees only have one more series each with their division rivals red sox and rays while the al west might come down to the astros and as playing each other on each of the season's final two weekends the wild card race however could be the most intriguing of them all the giants. Dodgers are pretty much locked into the first spot. But cincinnati in san diego will be fighting to the finish however the rest of the way. The padres have the toughest remaining schedule based on opponent. Win percentage at five seventy eat a full thirty five points tougher than the next closest team. Arizona they have a goblet in their final twelve games by the way play. The giants braves dodgers the reds on. The other hand had the second easiest schedule left at four sixty seven win percentage ten of their final twelve games are in pittsburgh in washington by the way only philly has it easier than the red legs however don't count out the friars just yet this season. The padres are thirty. Two and twenty two against teams five hundred or better the best mark in the national league and only behind houston in all of baseball. These final six weeks are going to be phone was a big week in the big leagues for is it fair from. Mld bro dot com. Here's jr gambling. Miguel cabrera became the twenty eight member of baseball's distinguish five hundred. Home run club. Jr is if foul or is a fair to say he's the last five hundred homer guy. The mlb will see in a long time. That's how that is a foul. Of course you have the young bombers. Like t's junior and flagged guerrero junior who almost definitely will get barron about fifteen years or more but i did come up with to legitimate names. That should get their pretty soul. Nelson cruz was forty two. But he rakes like he's twenty one still and believe it or not he needs jets fifty seven more homers to get to five hundred boy. He really crept up on us. Only two men however have hit even thirty five career home or starting in their age. Forty one season. That's carlton fists with fifty three and barry barnes who had fifty four. So no one's ever even gun would cruise is attempting to do but despite his age crews have twenty six homers. This season so age is definitely just a number any still cooking. So i see him banging down these last fifty seven pretty easily over the next couple of years. Believe it or not giancarlo. Stanton is already two thirds of the way to five hundred homers. He has three hundred thirty. Three home runs entering wednesday's game and he's just thirty one years old now. He's had a lot of health problems or it have even more home runs so if you figure. He's on the upside of his health. He should cruise to five hundred runs. That'll be five more thirty homeless seasons that should about do it or eight. More twenty plus oma season scattered until he's about forty he can do it either way. These guys are in a great position to become the twenty nine in thirty the sluggers in history to achieve a mark of five hundred career homers. That almost guarantee them hall of fame induction money into more money now. It's time for betting on the basis. With dave gas guy that money roberts on as we close out the month of august in style. Hard to believe. September is here and so majorly baseball's postseason return anyways as we close out this month. Look at the dodgers in rockies. Game number one friday night i'm taking the l. a. No matter what their hot pursuit of the san francisco giants for the national league west title dodgers needed to keep pace with them. Rock is been brutal. This season. Fourteen in forty-six away from the happy confines. Of course field dodgers in this one to stir things out on the other side of the american league tampa bay rays or holding up. Everybody now boston the new york. Yankees who've come on strong as of late some tick and tampa there in baltimore in this matchup with mike walker versus harvey in the affair and the other game. I'm looking at isn't atlanta's the giants and the atlanta braves the should be fantastic. Pitching matchup max. Freed will be going for the home team in this affair. He's eleven and seven this year. The era of three forty nine. I'm looking for atlanta. Hold off san francisco and get the w. and that contest it's time for trash. Talk twitter with your chance to trash many one or anything in major league baseball this week. The san diego padres were the target number one on trash talking but we pick this one from lloyd. Christmas seventy six. He tweeted me. This the padres are all hype. Third place in ano- west play like mother fathers. Wow i i mean other than curse words i get it. If you want your tweet to be on trash-talking next week make sure you hit me up on my twitter at rob parker f s one. When rob was the newspaper columnist he lived by this motto. If i'm writing i'm rippin. Let's bring a writer. Broadcaster older new analysis. Welcome into the podcast. One of my favorite people a friend of mine new york post baseball writer. Ken david chen. Welcome to the podcast. Rob is always an honor to be in a conversation view of any sort my man. Hey i gotta you cover all the baseball but we gotta talk about the yankees and their hot streak going into Wednesday night they have won eleven in a row first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty five. And what's been the turnaround. Ken for the bronx bombers then a few different things rob but i think it starts with their starting pitching. It's really superb. Even as garrett call jordan montgomery mistimed was cove. It and some other guys have been injured. The starting pitching is really lead the way then. I think you go to Lineup balance you know they even though. Anthony rizzo joey gallo or crushing it just to have those guys in the lineups make makes the apology manager thanked about you know what to do. Bullpen wise and then they've got a little more athletic talk about tyler wave. He's been stealing a lot of basis in this young shortstop andrew villas filling in for glacier torres who's injured.
"davidoff" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I think he can make that transition. Yeah i don't think that that would be a problem for him like you said. I think he gets the more balls which means he tries to make rosie. Shouldn't some of those heirs. Probably just a little bit of lapse in concentration. Which as you get older you tend to learn to lock in mentally a little bit better. Long-term he could clay. He could play shortstop. But i do think it might benefit him from from on his career to make the move to centerfield or even you know he hits home runs and slugs enough that he could play a corner outfield spot. So you'd like you said he's a tremendous talent a tremendous athlete. It's gonna be a shame. I want to hear from you at two hundred and ninety nine career. Home runs a hard. It is is hard to get the ball out of the ballpark canadian. Easy thing you know. You've got gotta have the right swing and all that and miguel. Cabrera joined a five hundred club. By the twenty-eight player you know many players have played major league baseball only twenty eight of gotten a five hundred more. How impressed you when you when you see a guy reached that milestone. i mean it's it's a number that gets you in the hall of fame. I mean it just it. Should i mean i think all of them are outside of some sort of speculation on eighties but i think we talked about five hundred homers. That's it's an incredible seat. He's one of my favorite ryan hitters of all time. If not my favorite just to watch. I used to watch his swing a lot. When i was playing just two. Because he had such a pure swing. We start talking about a triple crown. You talk about a god's batting title. He is tall seals. He was he was a hitter. I wanted my swing to look like. And i think a lot of ryan fitters would say the same thing and just an incredible guy. He's a lot of fun he's he plays the game with a lot of good energy time. It's a super impressive number. It just really. 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"davidoff" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Good. I woke welcome into the podcast. Former major league outfielder matt holliday and matt. Welcome to the podcast. How you doing. I'm good how are you men doing doing great so many different things i love to talk to you about. Let's start here with the giants. And the dodgers will be able to hang on or will the dodgers catch them. The giants have held all year. When people kept thinking they were gonna fall in dodges having given up. who's going to win this division. Because it's a big thing matt as you know the team that doesn't win division. The plan a one game playoff could get knocked now. Yeah i mean. I think all along thought the eventually the dodgers roster would catch the giants and especially when they a acquired sherzer and trae turner. It almost seemed like a matter of time. Before the dodgers take giants. There just seems to be something special going on with this giants team. And and i think you look at the leadership and the play of buster posey in and crawford this year and i noticed both of them left a game. Last night was some sort of injuries. Which i think could end up playing a big part of it does seem to be more severe than maybe initially thought. But i would say the dodgers have a better roster but it seems like They have a hard time catching these giants. No i'm with you. It just seems it's incredible where they are. Let me ask you about the padres. The padres were might pick coming in that they would win a division part of it was the dodgers have won at eight years in a row. You know what i mean. It's really hard to do that. And i liked the roster that the padres have but they've fallen on hard times now now. They're struggling to be able to overtake the cincinnati reds for that final playoff spot. They're not out of it but they gotta start winning soon. What do you think out. Padres dead can get back in this. Well obviously the pitching injuries. have taken a toll. They've had mix and match in the rotation a lot lately they've had do. The spot starts bullpen games. And those are tough games to win. I think if they can get a couple more there guys healthy. I definitely liked the roster compared to the other teams that are vying to that. Wa- wildcard spot. I think they stand out to me as the favourite But they got to get it going soon. you know they. They should have the offense that helped him carry the load a little bit. But right now they're just not getting enough pitching in the rotation. There studs aren't going deep enough into the games to get on any kind of role so it is a bit concerning and as well as the reds are swinging the bat. But i would say if. I had to bet i'd i'd say the padres end up in. That wildcard spot on guest is meant holiday. Former major league outfielder who broke him with the colorado rockies at two hundred ninety nine career home runs finished his career with the rockies as well played other places. But you play. The outfield left field. the padres. Put ts in the outfield trying to save his shoulder. Keep them in the lineup. Is it easy to make that transition or is he athletic enough and good enough that he'll be able to do it without hurting that team. I think he'll be fine. I mean when you talk about an athlete young athletes. He runs really well. He could throw has great strength. I think it'll be a pretty pretty easy transition for him knowing that he's a son of a major leaguer i'm guessing. He grew up chugging balls in the outfield major league. Stadiums and running balls down. And i'm guessing. Has some experience playing outfield. so i think he'll be fine. I don't think that's an issue. I think he's one of those guys. That was some some some time under his belt which he has about a little over a month a seasoning. I think if they do make it into the playoffs they should be just fine having him in the outfield. And and i'm interested to see what happens with that. Long-term he has led the league in errors. He's made somare's shortstop and a piece more comfortable playing outfield. That's allows him to his mind up a little bit and it would help his offensive game that much more so it'd be interesting to see what that looks like short term and long term. You know we saw robin yell. That happened with robin young. With the brewers remember. They moved him from shortstop to center field. This guy went on to be a hall of famer so guys have moved and it hasn't stopped them from achieving. So i'm with you. I think there's a good chance you know he gets to a lot of balls he throws a lot of balls away and maybe just has to learn to hold on some of them once in a while but he could wind up. Stand in the outfield. And i think it would he such a tremendous talent. I'm with you. I think he can make that transition. Yeah i don't think that that would be a problem for him like you said. I think he gets the more balls which means he tries to make rosie. Shouldn't some of those areas are probably just a little bit elapsing concentration. Which as you get older. You tend to learn to lock in mentally a little bit better. Long-term good play. He could play shortstop. But i do think it might benefit from from a on his career to make the move to center field or even he hits enough home runs and slugs and up that he could play it out 'til spot so like you said he's a tremendous talent a tremendous athlete It's it's it's going to be shamed want to hear from you. Two hundred ninety nine career home runs. You know a hard. It is is hard to get the ball out of the ballpark ainun. Easy thing you know you gotta have the right swing and all that and miguel. Cabrera joined a five hundred club by the twenty-eight player. You know how many players have played in major league baseball. Only twenty eight have gotten a five hundred or more. How impressed to you when you when you see a guy reached that milestone. yeah. I mean it's a it's a number that gets you in the hall of fame. I mean it just it. Should i mean i think almost all of them are outside of some some speculation on pd's But i think we talked about five hundred homers. That's it's an incredible seat He's one of my favorite right hand hitters of all time if not my favorite just to watch site. I used to watch his swing a lot. When i was playing just two. Because he had such a pure swing. We start talking about triple crown. You talk about a guy. It's one batting title. He hits tall yields. He was. He was a hitter. That i wanted my swing to look like and think a lot of ryan fitters would say the same thing and just an incredible guy. He's a lot of fun he's he plays the game. It's a lot of good energy super impressive number. It just really is. I mean it doesn't It just i can't. I can't say it enough that when you get to five hundred homers. There's only twenty eight guys. I've ever played the game of baseball. Got there just. It's an incredible number. And i am a hall of fame voter. That's one of my magic numbers. Five hundred home runs. You automatically get my vote. I don't need to see any other stats to me. It's three thousand. Hits five hundred home runs. Three hundred wins. And you're in with me because it to last that long and be able to amass stats to me. Those are magic numbers fox. Sports radio has the best sports. Talk lineup in the nation. Catch all of our shows at fox. Sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f..
"davidoff" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Hi welcome back to saba reasons militias life. I'm ran living a few weeks ago after we released the second part of the albert gonzalez's series by came across this interesting tweet from one of our listeners. In clearly allman wrote quote. Greatest hacker in the world soup. Nazi was a lot of things calling him. That is ignorant. He wasn't even the brightest hacker in his own circle of friends in reply sherry davidoff. Our guest in the series wrote quote agreed that he wasn't super technical but as prosecutors said he was quote unparalleled in that he didn't just get heck done. He got a heck done. He got the exfiltration of the data done he got the laundering of the funds done. He was a five tool player and later replied with rebuttal of his own. But the reason why i mentioned the short conversation has nothing to do with. How good of a hacker gonzalez was. I mean there's no hecker rating system that we can use to figure out who was the best hacker ever peck in basketball. We have real bonafide statistics shots. Mrs whatever and my daughter and her friends still can't agree on who was the best. Nba player ever michael jordan or lebron james but almost tweet got me thinking about the relationship between a hacker and the technological environment. He or she operates. Take for example. Kevin mitnick who did most of his hacking in the early ninety s the technological landscape back then was very different from our current one. The internet for example was still pretty young if we could magically transport young mitnick to our current time would he still be as successful as he was back. Then by the way kevin. If you're listening to this. I'd love to hear your thoughts about this question..
"davidoff" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Early. Two thousand and four and one of the two or three greatest cybercriminals to ever walked the planet. Albert gonzalez is on the payroll of the united states. Secret service and not just working for them thriving with them for months sometimes. All day and night he works alongside bonafide agents out of a satellite office in army repair garage in jersey city and those agents actually like him one prosecutor later told the new york times quote. It was kind of a bonding experience. He and the agents developed over time a very close bond the worked well together and quote they even gave him a nickname soup playoff his online persona soup. Nazi and albert is teaching them all kinds of new things. It's like when he was fourteen and the fbi b. i. Visited to figure out how kid who only just reach puberty managed to hack into ness. Remember what happened an agent to albert into a room the set there for an entire afternoon and by the time they came out. It was the agent not the child who has left these. This kid is amazing. Albert's lawyer recalled the man saying he's running circles around me now at twenty. Three albert is winning circles around the secret service. The prosecutor how quote spending this much time. We've an informant this deeply into cybercrime conspiracy. It was a totally new experience for all of us. And by springtime the service trusted albert enough to make him the fulcrum for the biggest ever cyber operation. It's ironic actually that there were about to use one of history's greatest cybercriminals to attempt the most ambitious sting in the history of cybercrime today. Albert is an administrator on the on the shadow crusade and he actually begins to climb even further within their ranks as he at the same time that he's working with the secret service that's sherry davidoff. Ceo of ellen be security and author of the book data breaches. You might have assumed that once he went clean. Albert left the cyber underground for good but the service had him do the exact opposite stay active become more embedded in the community. It was all part of the plan. The other thing to understand about this time. Is that the dark web doesn't exist. And that means that as all these hackers are visiting shattered crew and buying and selling credit card numbers. This is all on the normal internet. The web domain for show crew is www dot schiro crewe dot com as simple to type into your browser as google dot com. That means all this. Cyber crime is hiding in plain sight shadow. Crew users are in real need of more reliable ways to cover up what they're doing one way you can hide yourself on the open. Web is via virtual private network or vpn if he began is basically a remote computer that functions as a proxy for all your data transfers as an analogy say. I wanted to send a letter to been all our sound designer to tell him. I really love music. He adds two episodes. But i don't want him to know that i wrote a letter since he might ask for a raise. So i write deal been all. I really love your music and i played the note in an envelope but i don't send a letter to been all i send it to nate our producer. Instead mate then takes the letter removes the original envelope that had my name and address on it and replaces it with new envelope with his name and address is then sends it over to. Oh who gets the note. Wow gee thanks and sends. The note came from nate. And not me. He has no idea that. I'm the true originator of the letter. I recognize rans handwriting everywhere. He probably doesn't want me to ask for a raise. Such a cheapskate. Jeez vpn's work in a similar fashion. You establish a secure encrypted connection to a remote server and tunnel all your browsing activity through that remote server so that your true identity is hidden there are ways to supersede. Vpn connections to figure out. Who's behind seddon internet activity but it is difficult so you can imagine how useful vpn would be for members of shadow crew. The secret service knew it so albert says to everybody. Hey i've set up a vpn service soup. Nazi starts promoting his own vpn. You i this quietly behind the scenes and he gets the shadow leadership onboard and then after a few months he starts offering it to the whole shadow crew community. Albert is a well respected member of the community. He's got crin eventually. The whole shadow crusade. It was moved onto servers. That the secret service could monitor. It's not like the members didn't realize the risk there were certainly times that members said hade jokingly there are certainly times that numbers jokingly said things like hey the secret service had a back door they could listen to everything.
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"davidoff" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Of us, I would guess are living really different lives than we lived before the pandemic in a lot of ways, too big and small. And that's manifesting across the economy, including in how we shop. Jason point with so many people staying home and slippers or socks or maybe barefoot on a no shoe sales are way off and his marketplaces Marielle Segarra reports changes in consumer behavior like that. Play out in the economy and in neighborhoods. I met this shoe store in Brooklyn the other day, when I see a display of black leather ballet flats, and they kind of stopped me in my tracks. The store's called Sola and the owner, Rick Lee is showing me around. When we come upon the flats, they're the kind women used to wear to the office perfectly appropriate. Moderately uncomfortable a mainstay of business casual. I'm looking at the issues and I'm thinking I'm not going to be buying anything like that anytime until I have to go back to the office. Yeah, Value flat. Business is very slow right now. So I asked him. How long has he had these basically gonna go covert. Store sales are down 60% year over year. There's less of a need for people that dress up, go to work or go anywhere, really. And even people who might like to buy new shoes can't necessarily afford them. Right now. It's very tenuous. And not just for shoes Sellers. There's a shoe repair shop right across the street. When I walk in the owner, Joseph Davidoff is standing behind a glass case filled with brushes and polish. The wall is lined with ticking clocks. He fixes those two Used to open up shop at 8. A.m. and People used to wait in front of my shop, and I used to be upsetting myself like I'm a minute later, five minutes late, and there's two people waiting now between 8 A.m. and nine AM There's nobody His sales are down by 70%. What are the reasons I'm able to survive? My landlord has reduced to rent They know each other. He's been attendant there for 10 years, and he says his landlord probably doesn't want the shop to sit empty. Half a mile away in an.
"davidoff" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Are living really different lives than we lived before the pandemic in a lot of ways, too big and small. And that's manifesting across the economy, including in how we shop. Case in point with so many people staying home and slippers or socks or maybe barefoot on enough shoe sales are way off and his marketplaces Marielle Segarra reports changes in consumer behavior like that. Play out in the economy and in neighborhoods. I met this shoe store in Brooklyn the other day, when I see a display of black leather ballet flats, and they kind of stopped me in my tracks. The store's called Sola and the owner, Rick Lee is showing me around. When we come upon the flats, they're the kind women used to wear to the office perfectly appropriate, moderately uncomfortable, a mainstay of business casual I'm looking at the issues and I'm thinking I'm not going to be buying anything like that anytime until I have to go back to the office. Yeah, Value flat. Business is very slow right now. So I asked him. How long has he had these basically just gonna get covered. Store sales are down 60% year over year. There's less of a need for people that dress up, go to work or go anywhere, really. And even people who might like to buy new shoes can't necessarily afford them. Right now. It's very tenuous. Not just for shoe sellers. There's a shoe repair shop right across the street. When I walk in the owner, Joseph Davidoff is standing behind a glass case filled with brushes and polish. The wall is lined with ticking clocks. He fixes those two I used to open up shop at ADM. And people used to wait in front of my shop and actually upset of myself like I'm a minute later, five minutes late, and there's two people waiting now between 8 A.m. and nine AM There's nobody His sales are down by 70%. What are the reasons I'm able to survive? My language has reduced around. They know each other. He's been attendant there for 10 years, and he says his landlord probably doesn't want the shop to sit empty. Half a mile away in an empty hotel lobby in.
A Decade of Dzud: Lessons From Mongolia's Deadly Winters
"So for people. Who Don't know I totally know where is Mongolia? Mongolia is in Central Asia right between Russia and China. The landscape to me looks a little bit like a mixture between Montana and Mars if you can picture that delightful so this this time last year before you were short waves reporter. You don't like to think about that time. You went to Mongolia it's true. Why would one go to Mongolian winter all the travel guides discourage discourage it? I might discourage it but I purposely went there then because winter is at the heart of this whole story. So how cold are we talking here. It's super cold. uh-huh freeze your nose. Harris cold I actually had to tape. Hand warmers all over my microphone so it wouldn't freeze. Wow it is cold. Oh I found this piece of tape tape of me complaining about it minus eighteen degrees right now. This is really cool. I could tell me what you say. Cool coach it wasn't acting but some types of winters are so extreme matty that they actually have an official name so in Mongolian. It's called a zoo would that's when a winter tur- is so bad. It kills significant number of livestock in Mongolia or one out of four people make their living hurting. That has huge consequences. I mattie Safai and I'm Emily Kouanga today in the show. We had to Mongolia to learn about the brutal winters known as and how these natural disasters have changed enjoyed countries way of life okay so Mongolia is periodically affected by this extreme weather event. That happens in the winter called. What does this look like? Yeah so tender standard. I wanted to meet someone directly impacted. Divide it this man named Roy Eaton Gacek. He's a father of four super good bad Santa could do prates daughter's hair getting get somebody for school and everything. He was born a herder in eastern Mongolia and in January. Two Thousand Oilman as he tells it woke up at sunrise to check on his animals. Snow had fallen in the night about a foot. They were writing out a bad winter storm and he was really worried about is heard so how he cracked the door of his gear. Those are these circular felt cover tents that herders living and it was eerily quiet outside blindingly finding Lee white from all this snow. What did you see when he opens the door? Do not with this new household off. He's Carcass Saas new. Shut us a dozen of his sheep. Goats had died in the night. Those still alive yet about one hundred animals at the time. We're trying to find grassy but the land was literally locked in by snow. The hotel does ndas and it was really difficult to see this. He Sang. It was horrifying and it happened. Every few days boyens animals would succumb to starvation. Illness exposure and by the end of the winter he essentially lost his entire heard the type of food that came to his doorstep. It's called Saga which Mongolian means white death. While I think a loss at this level I imagine it's not purely financial absolutely I mean this. This isn't the same but there are dairy farmers in my family and you kind of like build relationship with your cows you literally like have them from birth to death so I have imagine it would be devastating like on multiple levels if you just slowly lose them over time right. They're not just economic assets and the loss of those animals is a social loss. It's spiritual loss experts. I spoke to in Mongolia. Described as a slow onset natural disaster different from a rapid rapid onset natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. So how many other herders were affected by the white death that year that year the two thousand six it claimed claimed about three and a half million livestock. Wow quite a bit law. It's eleven percent of the national hurt. And when you consider that at the time one out of every two households made their living hurting. It's significant begin. Animals represent wealth. So it would be as if your life savings were too slowly disintegrate. So what did the herders actually do in response Some rebuilt their heard those who could but others who lost everything they left gave up hurting fled the countryside seeking jobs in in urban areas uprooting. Their lives are good hurting Dad Johansen hair braided guy. He was one of those who left. Almost your short could the mother oh well many migrated. He's saying because it was impossible to make a living and it shows in the population and barter that's Mongolia's capital it has has tripled in the past thirty years exploded. Zid is one of the many migration drivers bringing people to the city. And I could see this when I lived there. I was reporting reporting and living in his apartment building and I looked off my balcony window. The hills were just covered in Gares. Those felt covered tents that herders live in. It was a picture. Sure of all of these people who had moved to the city and settled there and the city. Just couldn't contain all the new arrivals or does it still happening as it. On this scale that hits every corner of the country not that common prior to two thousand had happened about once a decade but was weird about two thousand is. It happened the next year and the next year and again again in two thousand ten so by the end of the decade there were forces and twenty one million livestock died in that period it totally overwhelmed Mongolian people that government tens of thousands of families packed up and left. That's that is horrifying of what is going on. Like what is causing US okay. So it's tempting to blame climate change and that is in fact the biggest culprit in this whole affair. Mongolia is indeed a warmer drier. Replace than it was eight years ago. But what I found is that zoot is actually caused by cocktail of other factors like over-grazing and deforestation. Basically quickly anything that destroys. The grassland is bad for animals. You need that grassland lending food it's a goat's buffet table and to not have it sets them up for good because this summer is a time when they fatten up. And if the grass is gone from drought or other things they're even more vulnerable when the winter is bad. Oh little bit of science here yes. The drought okay. Means less grassland and in Mongolia less grassland creates even more drought vicious cycle. Yeah because Mongolia. It's land locked all right. So the vast majority of precipitation rain snow. It comes from the land it comes from the grass. Water is transpired by plants into the atmosphere so so without grass Mongolia is even drier so given all of this is hurting still considered a good way to make a living in Mongolia. I think Mongolians are trying to figure that out. There's fewer herders but they're better prepared and trying to manage the Paschel and more sustainably local communities training herders to brace for a bad winter. Do things like make extra. Hey for their animals to eat. Purchase Livestock Insurance and pool there resources so the individual costs aren't so high all right so that that sounds great but are herders still kind of on edge. Are they like Shariq. Dowd anticipating the next. You know so I used to report in Rural Alaska inefficient community and herders. They kind of remind me of fishermen they know they're at the mercy of the weather but they're very tough and resourceful within their own lives and herders are doing the same. They're trying to make the most of what they have. They're kind of cultural heroes for practicing this way of life. That's become increasingly less common in the state. Broadcaster actually gives these awards to the best herders in in the nation. Please tell me you went to a best herder award ceremony absolutely went to a buzzer award ceremony. The championship herder. Who I met in the province was this man named near Goo Davidoff and I talked to him right after he got his award? Lord of host was also he was practical. Nature is unpredictable. It's harder there's less rain. Animals can't get fat but if we prepare extra hey. We can overcome such natural disasters. We don't have to be afraid this spring their animal's gave birth to hundreds of babies. I went back to visit during the birthing season in March. This pen is just full like a hundred lambs. Just these tiny little cotton balls near to make us feel better about this. Do you mind no. I just don't appreciate being manipulated. I wanted to show you the opposite right so not death life and what it signals for the next generation of herders. Who are continuing to do this? I'm picking up what you're putting down on. Thank you all right. I'm Lequan thank you for bringing us the story.