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"derek murray" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To the Monday night now also very grateful that you've joined us. Thank Gary Dietrich for joining us earlier having guests on like Gary and Diana Dameron, who is joining us right now, if anyone knows how to unleash civility. It is Diana Dameron, Diana really a greatly appreciate you joining us tonight, and we're gonna talk about manage. I was thinking you, but you you mentioned Bob Nathan and we used to work with. You used to be part of kfbk as well in the morning. On bridge. Stewart, the late Rick Stewart who we both loved you. What about guys like I know you got to remember our friends, Jeff Metcalf and the Derrick Marine. Never in a hurry. Derek Murray. I had to mention them tonight and, Oh, I love Oh, they were so much fun to work with. And Pat. They're both listening in tonight. Or at least she posted on Facebook. Me. This is going to be listening in so, yes, absolutely wonderful eyes. Speaking of manners, you know, Derek, I will say this. Derek is the guy that hired me at thes radio station. I'm grateful to him on Jeff Metcalf is a guy who really taught me my When I When I showed interest early on howto that I wanted to be a Ah talk show host. He really kind of coach me and helped me along and gave me some great advice. So dead of gratitude to both of those guys and just good good men. Part of civility is you're about to tell us Diana is manners. Yeah, it started way. Just dumped manners pad in the sixties and seventies. We've just toss that in the whole anti establishment period. And manners were really I mean, think about it. There was no disagreement and matter what party you're on. We all saw manners in the exact same way. There is a sense of a framework that we were supposed to work within. And what we did was we knew the magic words, Please. Thank you. And you're welcome. We knew that If an older person walked in, we were to give them Here. If there wasn't one available, we were to let somebody else go in front of us, and I love the definition. Emily Post who was the guru of manners in the United States, said that manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. Okay, so so we've tossed him out the seventies 60 seventies eighties we started really focusing on Us and our rights nineties technology came in 2000 for Facebook launched and nothing has been the same what we did During this period, We changed the focus on the of the sensitivity of other's feelings to an incredible sensitivity of our own feelings. I mean, this is a period where we take 93 Million cell feast each and every day and then gone on Android device, including my iPhone million So, so we're so focused on ourselves to the first question. We ask when it comes to civility, and I run into this all the time. While he wasn't civil to me, she wasn't able to me. We're not looking at our own responsibility. It starts with us. You have no control over the other person. It starts. Here with us Whether we're going to unleash civility, and it's a lot of work, it takes a lot of work. It takes self discipline. It takes hard trying to figure out where that other person is coming from. You have to sit there and put aside. Wait a minute. They vote differently than I do. I don't even like them in meetings. I hate their ideas. I'm not a morning person. I got to talk to them. First thing in the morning all these things, but it's our responsibility to unleash stability. And every time you see an article regarding civility is always one side, pointing to the other side as being uncivil. So it starts with us. Isn't that something there uncivil? The day You see those bums over there those bums or uncivil over there? Certainly, right? Well, yeah, I mean, well, you see, it's just Oh, my God. The numbers are staggering. You're talking about with, you know, with just the self if you don't just Androids. I mean, I hear it all mean, hear it on like, for instance, I don't know why this struck me as I'm listening to you is the target. How selfish we are, How narcissistic we become. I hear this commercial, and they were using it last year for I think it was Grubhub or whatever one of these delivery services. It's a Queen song in my mind wasn't even that big of a hit. I wanted all I wanted all I wanted all I wanted now see that's what we become. It's like I want it. I want it now. I mean, come on. And if you and you talk about saying, please, and thank you and manners and all of this, I can't tell you, Diana, how many places I go to, and I don't think Anyone has many bad intentions. I just think something's missing here. You say thank you. And you go. What did you say? Thank you And we'll say they go. Of course. Oh, no problem. No problem. Of course there's never You're welcome, e. Don't know. Do we open doors? For what? Another. What happened to chivalry? Is this all part of being Civil and then we watch. We want some of these moderators, the persons there the debate. We see it and and and it's his antagonism, antagonistic attitude towards the person that they were interviewing, and they're supposed to be setting an example in the media and people follow that example. It's very aggressive, many times. Well, just example where we went from. I mean, ah, Lot of your listeners won't remember this period. But but where the moms were drowned TV shows were dressed in pearls, and everybody was very polite to each other in the family. And if anybody said anything, Wally next door to leave it to Beaver said Anything nasty to Mom. Dad was all over them. And then we went to the Roseanne period, and instead we're people. Mark at each other in our sarcastic and nasty and if you think about it, we punctuate everything with the f bomb these days. I mean, you can't read anything on social media. You can hear a conversation over here a conversation without hearing what I call crude, crashed and cranky. That's what we've become crude crash and cranky and it's up to us to change that. Now as far as looking at it for examples. We can't look out there anymore. I really think you're not going to see this from our politicians. It's up to us in the movement has to start with us to unleash stability. It's got to begin with us. We don't live with them way blame everybody at the top. We blame the president's tweets. We blame other people as far as this that the other It's not about following that example. You can't follow a lot of those politicians. Examples. It begins with us. We live with one another. We build trust with one another. We have a responsibility to treat one another. With respect. It begins with us in our.
"derek murray" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"Everything goes through smoothly. And there's ninety issues or positive cases or anything like that. That just because it that would be so devastating for those players, obviously and everyone involved, but also just be so frustrating and you know we've got to go even longer without sports in honestly, I think if this bubble situation doesn't work, in Orlando, there's a possibility that we lose the twenty twenty twenty one season two, just because a lot of these things to be in place. If this doesn't work that I, don't see a scenario. Where come December? Every team just goes back to their market and everything's back to normal and you can. Just travel again and play different games. It just seems you know. December is not that far away and with everything they're saying about how long it takes to come up with the vaccine, and all that stuff I don't know if there's a scenario where you know. Come December everything's back to normal so hopefully this bubble idea works, and then hopefully you know if it's a huge excess, then they could maybe replicate that and have multiple bubbles around the country or something like that, so that next season can be a bit more normal, but I don't think there's a way for them. Just have it. Go One hundred percent back to normal. Yeah I mean I had I have no idea I? Sure hope it gets back to normal soon I'm going nuts to go watch, college, games or something and then. We'll see that I think the one thing that that's GonNa. Make it somewhat easier. It's just with all these teams. Chartering Emmy probably could execute it without fans in December that would be my guess, but we'll see how this goes against Sorbet, day, by day type of thing. Yeah, I'm getting ahead of myself here. Hopefully this is happens without a hitch. And then we go from there before we wrap up here I. WanNa talk about what you're doing a babcock coupes. I've noticed that your staff changed a bit since we had you on the show last time you know, tell us about some of the New People that you have involved over there. And what's new is when I first launched Babcock hoops assembled a team of a former BA scouts and. It's been somewhat of a revolving door which which is great, because we really wanted to create an infrastructure to help guys accomplish their goals, and you'll get new jobs and and whatnot and Yes, when we first started, I was still Jason Fleet Ban Staff who who's our director of international operations who is in Bologna? Italy, and he's the best in the business on I can't believe a team hasn't snagged. snagged him up yet but he he's with us. He's got twenty years and be experience and then we had Luke Edessa worked with us for a while. He got snagged up by the Lakers. He's working with Lakers for an office now Jeff. Feld is now the general manager of the Phoenix Suns, G., League, team, and then Matt McKay Junior He and I work together. The build up pro insight. It's a it's a a college scouting service Once we got operational, I sold sold him back my part, and now he's focusing on that, and then I've added some guys. We've got doc Martin a former player who played at Alabama then worked fifteen years in the NBA for Portland and New Orleans He's our director of basketball operations, and then Francis Schiller, who I I don't need to introduce him He and I have known him since I was a kid because. He was friends with my dad when they're both college coaches. He and I had the last couple of years. It become really friendly, and he's Kinda turned into a mentor for me so I called him in the fall and said Hey, you know coach I really love picking, your brain and talk in hopes you know. Would you have any interest in formalizing the relationship? And so I asked him to be a senior adviser and he graydon which was which was great news for me, And? So you know kind of how that relationship works. He's not in the trenches with us on a day-to-day basis, but I I call them every so often and use them as a sounding board, and whether it be just pick his brain on players or your career advise or whatever, and just just a huge edition for me, and then we had a few younger people that. Are you know of up and coming? Stars Jeremy Burman was student manager of Texas and then had stints with the Hornets in the Spurs, just a really sharp guy. He's our director of research and analysis and he. He's a number of really intelligent people for us and then we added Derek Murray interesting story with him. I was at a scouting RJ Hampton. Hampton the New Zealand breakers were replaced Mexican games against. NBA, teams in the preseason some in Oklahoma City, Washington. Rj I, did I. Think posted a tweet that I was there watching the game and Derek Falls May you know, send me a direct message asked if he come, introduce himself talk for fifteen minutes I. Just really liked the guy who is really passionate about pursuing. Pursuing a job scouting so I created a position for him for Video Scout, and he's just done a terrific job and then most recently we looked to expand bite by adding some video content, so we hired Raquel Rodriguez who be to be a reporter in the store. They're sort of funny. So my wife and I both went to the University of Arizona. On my wife was captain of the palm line in one of her teammates is now the head coach of the palm line, and so I reached out to her asked if she had any former team members that kind of took the the broadcast journalism route, and so she introduced me into Raquel who's a cheerleader Eddie of a an rebels. Dad is a rich Rodriguez the former head coach Ed. And? Brought her on. We've got I've got a great balance of you. Know experienced guys like Jason. Doc Fran and then some you know some younger blood, so we really got a great setup here and really just trying to generate some more content, covering the draft and life's good work with good people and wash him basketball talking basketball day. Life's good awesome. Yeah, I saw you. Tim Stuff for CBS sports to that. You were serving as an NBA draft analyst with them is you'RE GONNA? Keep doing. And, I've been talking with them. I did the one show we did a a simulated mock draft with a number of their guys and they said they like Megaton back on. Do some more stuff, obviously with the drafting and push back to October. think everything's stored on the back burner at the moment, and I think I'll probably do some more stuff. Stuff with them. Awesome and I know we've talked about this before, but we see so..
"derek murray" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The details online right now says if you are on social security you will get a check if you didn't make any money last year haven't filed a tax return I don't know what your specific situation is you need to at least inquire about that but yes you would you would qualify if you're on social security is an answer question yeah it all right okay so then I should get one all you can ask a question and answer questions in real quick we lose how how are you dealing with the the closures in the kind of self isolation everything good well I got it for me right now so I can't get on any all right well you too you take care and I appreciate you taking the time all right thank you all right thank thank you Jean let's go to Richard in Waukesha haven Hey rich Richard yes I know the federal tax deadline was moved back to July fifteenth but we've not heard anything from the state of Wisconsin is the deadline for state taxes July fifteenth as well yes I'm reading a story from fox six now dot com and yes ours has also been extended July fifteenth did about five days ago call me I was supposed to have it done today but obviously that's not going to happen all right well let's take the time to do a film out correctly and thanks for calling let's go to Sam in fox points they sent it does hold on we we beyond the call of sub making headlines in the last three weeks or months I'm just curious on how many homicides have been recorded in more in Milwaukee three in the last three weeks right I watch the news at night and nothing to be inside below the point there we were getting it seems like every other night it was a hit run or a shooting or stabbing but one thing really gripped the nation I'm not hearing about any homicides at all I can take a look at some of this Steve so if you go by the the Milwaukee homicide data bank that the journal Sentinel as there have been twenty eight so far this year in Milwaukee the last one on March eighth Derek Murray although we are getting reports of another shooting that took place just recently in the last day or so so as of now between the reckless driver that killed that dispatcher that was earlier this month and then this one here of Derek Murray who is killed in on March eighth those are the last ones other than the one that we just got I believe in the last twenty four hours we're told of a another size of now the numbers NBA anecdotally are increasing because of the current situation yeah without okay but it's it's really dropped actually yeah yeah anyway yeah but I appreciate that thank you thanks for the call Sam got the more on the touchline Eric yes okay let's see here why are truckers still working if they aren't delivering food or medical supplies they're just as susceptible to carrying or catching the virus with how many others in all the places that they go the different buildings and the people that they interact with well I guess it is I don't get the question if they're if they're not carrying anything I don't know what you're going to be working with the bottom line here is that I've talked a lot of truckers in the last week or so they're delivering all the stuff that we're we're hauling out of stores every day and they're they're probably one of those I mentioned before this critical jobs that we we need to have continued because we've seen the stories right paper towels food products dairy stuff still goes under still demand for the truckers are the ones that get it to the store so I I can't imagine a world where truckers are driving around empty trucks they're driving around because are dropping off food products and all the other things we need probably a more of a higher pace than they have in a long time Kevin answers the question Kevin in Racine will students get a covert nineteen check my daughter's UW Madison student she did have jobs and filed a tax return in twenty nineteen for four twenty nineteen yes third yes third adult together they get a check and obviously it's based on filing a tax return in that and that the great kind of cater to that is if you use electronic filing they have your bank information you get the check as soon as they release the funds that you have to wait for the mail process and we did talk to the bank to the castle the only cabbie out as if they're under eighteen then that would fall into the I think it was five hundred dollars per child payment that would go to the parents and they can obviously decide what they want to do with that good question a lot of people asking if the check's gonna be taxed you know I don't know the answer to question I'm I'm just just totally speculating I would guess it would be but so again I'll look after the break but I'll hopefully get it more definitive answer in middle asking my elected official friends that are representing us in Washington is a great question I will try to get the answer that let's take a break and we'll come back we'll lots of tax questions James of the cell size on the on the phone line the accurate mortgage talking text line eight five five six one six one six twenty you ask the questions we do our best to answer more coming up next.
5 Podcasts For Those Who Love Awkward Conversations
"This week's theme is Awkward Conversations. The curator is Courtney Cossack Co host the Private Parts Unknown podcast. Here's why Courtney chose this theme. She writes I love setups that are inherently uncomfortable. Haven't told your boyfriend about that. You're crippling debt. You think your data's a serial killer you want to confront your troll. I'm in here. Are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Courtney. Monday's episode comes from this is uncomfortable and is called when money makes it weird. It's thirty one minutes long. In this episode host. Reema Jerez tries to settle a debt. That she's been avoiding and what happens when one person in a relationship has way more money than the other Tuesday's episode comes to us from the clearing and is called hunting season. It's fifty two minutes long in this episode. We meet April. WHO finds out that her father might have been a serial killer? Wednesday's episode comes from this American Life and is called. If you don't have anything nice to say say it in all caps. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. What happens when the Internet turns on you? It's safe to say whatever you want on the Internet. Nobody will know it's you but that same anonymity makes it possible for people to say all the awful the things that make the Internet. Such an annoying sometimes frightening place Thursday's episode comes from Private Parts Unknown and is called men have abortions to part two. It's fifty four minutes long for the seventh episode of Private Parts. Unknown hosts coordinate Cossack and Sophia Alexandra are back with the second installment in their three part series featuring men talking about their personal experiences with abortion for this edition. Were joined by two guys. I former youth pastor slash current stand stand up comedian Derek Murray and then filmmaker slash writers slash VR extraordinary Christopher Morrison who exemplified. How subtle religious indoctrination can manifest in surprising prizing ways as the shame and stigma surrounding the issue are processed Friday's episode comes from heavyweight and it's called the marshes? It's fifty six minutes long in this episode. After a drunken slip of the tongue Steve Marsh and his siblings discover a secret their mother has been keeping from them for almost forty years now. Steve Steve wants to help his mom. Take action those. Are The podcast recommendations. Chosen by Courtney for this week's theme Awkward Conversations
"derek murray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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