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Interview With Stanford's Dick Gould
"One john wartime here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Hope everyone is doing well. No pro tennis events this week but a lot of scrambling behind the scenes trying to get a schedule for twenty twenty one as corona continues its blaze through the draw or the calendar As it were right now it looks like the australian open is going to start on february eighth. That's three weeks later than usual to count for quarantine remains to be seen. It looks like indian wells unfortunately will Cancel for twenty one or at least be postponed. Perhaps until the fall. Miami is a question. Mark will Pass on more news when we have it. Maybe they'll be more clarity by the time you listen to this podcast. Meanwhile today Two great guests very different In terms of the significant age gap. Here but i suspect They would rather like each other I guess dick gould. Who was the men's coach at stanford for almost forty years stanford one seventeen. Ncaa titles under coach gould fifty those players were all americans. He of course coached a Curly haired kid from long island. John mcenroe we talk a bit about that. A bit about the state of college. Tennis tickled sort of the john. Wooden figure who didn't just win a lot but it also is a paragon of virtue and the next person to say something ill of him will be the first. I would submit a glaring omission. He's not in the international tennis hall of fame. But this is a good conversation. We talk a lot talking about mcenroe. Talk about International players in college tennis talk a bit about head injuries as he is the vice chairman of a nonprofit Teach aids which creates health. Ed technology and is paying special attention. Head injuries Good conversation so here's the golden. And after him. We talked to brandon nakashima. Who took intro in between segments. So here's coach. Gould how are you do it. How you feel like everyone. I question we all ask. Is that have you your twenty twenty those. She's been good so far and You guys guys have been affected a little bit kobe. But so far would survive it and It just the families good The main thing for me of course in the so all those good but it's really effective. I working night stops stanford. Three years ago. I've been working on concussion case for nonprofit and and for video so pc and youth football and below the installaion stuff and it just a fulltime job. He can't go in the office. Fortunately everything we do is zoom so if one presumes john we complain about but where we eight million with you Know your it's allowed us economy to To keep functioning and some lab. I want to ask you about that especially well. We could jump too far ahead. But i don't know if you saw the decent. La times yesterday about the the stanford volleyball player. And yeah i did. I did see that actually. My granddaughter was director operations volleyball for eight years. During that time there's two sides to every story you know but it was a concussions are not uncommon vibe. I you know you go up to the spike in the bog. In your hands or you hitting the head and it's our first soapy. See was artistic swimming synchronized swimming. Believe it or not Gushes in that and everyone thinks football. But it's it's it's just amazing and very on another sports we'll talk about I can only think of one. I can only think of one instance off hand in tennis but roller to. I could remember we had a cup. We're we're doing a story law where people talk about the story on the got them. Whatever most of them are athletes about half icicle have college and we have a couple of ten stories in their kids. Get hit with a wall. In ben people are more settled some than others and it just I james wake of course one. But then there's a lot of slipped and fell much display lawyers for the usda all. I didn't think well. I've ever azarenka once. I guess you're right yeah exactly. There was an eight figure settlement mining. Something exactly i wanted to I said blah blah. I wanna talk college. But i also i'm just curious i wanna hear more about you. I mean i. I feel like everyone knows everyone knows dick. Gould stanford coach for more than forty years. It occurs to me. Maybe gula man. That's what you may come on side. You are often described But this is. This is someone who grew up in my hometown. It's near and dear to you. You're the john wooden college tennis. And some of that is about longevity and titles and wins and losses and some of this is about the lessons you imparted ana players. Who i'm sure you know. Speak glowingly of you. But i'm just curious. I don't know anything. i was telling somebody recently. I were you a player. How did you get into this crazy sport. I really don't know much about you. Pre stanford how did you actually come to us. We'll flamboyant and my folks didn't play it all from california. My dad's a form. And and i had a horse to ride all the time and a young kid and and my mom said well you're gonna take tennis wheels. The white freaking shorts downtown instead of my jeans and lee is what are you talking about. So do you wanna ride horses somewhere. Yeah what are you gonna take a less. And you may remember a gal on nancy. Chafee kind of eric mayor of She was maybe top ten in the world and her dad was my was the guy. Give me the lesson. you need everything. I did equate with those four. it was You step into the ball like rocky marciano steps of the bunch. You watched the ball. Come off the record lake road. Kind of what's coming on the pitches everything all of a sudden. It wasn't says he's it was a big thing and he made hitting a ballroom exciting. And i always worked in the summers but impl- sherman's but i i went to stanford and played on a team there and Got pretty good bye last year and Those days olmert sparse. I was but i. I got fairly good but there was no circuit And so you go out and play shamateuritism Do anything and nothing to show for it. And i had a job teaching offer. And i took that job in high school. And and and that was my vocation coaching in the absolutely love. It and it's been you appreciate my guys. I'm doing a book. Not a stanford. Tennis john but on either standing brilliant leadership on coaching in general. And it's i had guys who go to are still alive.
"director operations" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Turning milder, with a high of 65 on Monday, some clouds and mild with a high of 70 degrees. Right now we have partly cloudy skies and 46 degrees in center city going up the 60 later today, it's 45 in Atlantic City, 40 in Collegeville is 46. At the Acme on Snyder Avenue in South Philadelphia and sponsored by Acme Download the Acme Act to save With the latest on the Philly food scene. It's what's cooking on K Y W There's a lot of activity going on over at the divine Lorraine Hotel on North Broad Street. Kono believes that dance business has more on a cafe that just opened, plus three more establishments that are on their way, not including psychology. The Divine Lorraine. There are four additional establishments either open or soon to come at the historic North. Broad Street building. Robert Delle Femine E is among the three managing partners of the Daily Broadhall Foundation and Annex. The moron ski. She was on top chef, not at least the executive chef, third wheel. It is our director operations. Brian Kane, who worked for 10 years of cooking solo at Great Russian Slave Zahav on a fissure and decent golf. The first establishment recently opened at the Divine Lorraine is a coffee shop called the Daily. We really try to do traditional coffee drinks and some specialty items down below and soon to be activated his broadhall, which delicate planes will be ever changing, which would be the pop up event spruce, and then there's foundation will be A bar with a recording studio inside in the twenties. During Prohibition, it was a speakeasy with a hatch from broad street. It's been closed for 70 plus years and we were able to get approval from the city and the historic commission to actually open it. So we made it look like another broad street subway.
"director operations" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And out of Los Angeles LAX says between December thirtieth and January sixth roughly one and a half times the population of the city of Los Angeles will pass through the airport that is five point nine million people the busiest stretch starts this Thursday December the nineteenth and runs to Monday December the thirtieth of those days there are seven of what we would call super peak days where we're forecasting more than two hundred and forty seven thousand passengers director operations there for LA acts the remaining passengers of the you know common sense things to plan ahead to arrive early and to have patience at LAX Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio more than twenty years after a woman was found murdered in the Temescal valley a third man has been arrested and charged in the cold case he was the victim's stepson at the time both his father and his father's nephew have also been charged their arrests follow the dismissal of the case against horse Roberts who was the woman's co worker and romantically involved with her at the time he spent more than twenty years in prison for her murder but new DNA evidence cleared his name they did have some DNA at the time of trial back in nineteen ninety eight they could tell there was male DNA under the victim under Terry fingernails but there wasn't enough genetic material in order to produce a full profile attorney Michael semantic is with the California innocence project which tested evidence in the case including a watch that was found a few feet away from the victim's body they call it a visual where DNA because your DNA and almost certainly going to be there and courses conclude from the watch but he says that DNA matched the victim's stepson Margaret Carrero can extend seventy newsradio delays crashes all the roads were checking them all out at six fifteen plus our eye in the sky will be looking at the issues on the one on one in the valley it's six eleven.
"director operations" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"X camps. What did the X on the X cap me? Why wasn't that perceived as anti white? Now, there's a scene in that movie. Malcolm X, where a white woman who's a college student approaches him after he spoke at a college. And she says Mr. x now all of us white people are racist. Some of us really want to help. What can we do to help? And he responded nothing. Now, if you read the autobiography of Malcolm X, he went to mecca realize that there were good white people not all white people were devils. And he began to renounce the kinds of racist things. He said in the past which is ultimately what got him killed. But during the time that who was popular. The X cap basically represented the big four finger. To whites. I gave a speech once at the high school. Three or four kids sitting in the front row. Head on Malcolm X t shirts, and Malcolm X, had an angry expression in his finger was pointing in the air, and I stopped the speech. And I said the three young men. I said did you read the auto biography of Malcolm X, two one of them? He said, no, I asked the other one. And he said, no, I asked it third when he said, yes, I said what happened at the end of that book. He said, Malcolm X went to mecca and changed his mind about white people. I said why are you wearing the t shirt that captures him before he had that confirmation that conversion? And he didn't have much of an answer. I said you prefer the Malcolm X was angry who call white people devils as opposed to the one who said that I was wrong when you to embrace the humanity of everybody, which one do you prefer you prefer the angry one. Why? Well, that X cap in my opinion, symbolize the angry, Malcolm X yet. I don't recall anybody who wore one being attacked anybody who won't or one being called racist. Anybody who wore one being shamed? From wearing it. Do you? If you know, otherwise let me know triple eight nine seven one S eight G triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. One of the other things that Elissa Milano said in her. Piece about people wearing the mega had quote. I won't apologize to these boys. Or anyone who wears that had? But I will thank them. I will thank them for lighting a fire underneath the conversation about systemic racism and misogyny in this country when I've already dealt with a systemic racism. Let's talk about the misogyny. Holding in my baby Brown, libertarian fingers one article from CNBC in one from the hill these not publications that are necessarily pro-trump CNBC is owned by NBC. Headline women had the top three CIA directorates for the first time in history. First paragraph women now head the top three directorates of the CIA. According to NBC news, a major milestone for an agent long dominated by men. Gina Haswell former secret secretive operations officer first woman to head the CIA has named more experienced analysts and women into leadership roles censor confirmation. Another one is named Ellen Kimber deputy director operations and Cynthia ramp deputy director for analysis the top analysts position in the CIA. The second articles called Trump's first year in office was the year of the woman. Hiring astounding number of women for senior level positions in the White House. And that nobody has written about this quote during despite impressive hiring practices during his first year in the White House. President Trump have received little or no credit for his choice of women for the most senior positions on his cabinet as well as in the west wing, and it talks about all of them yet. He's sexist. He is a racist. Who's doing something about illegal immigration? He's a racist who wants to give inner city parents choice in schools. He's a sexist. Who's appointed all these women to top positions in the administration. If he's a racist, and sexist my goodness, he needs to take lessons. Here is what Megan said about relief factor. I've been using relief factor for a little bit over a month. Thirty four year old woman that has been in a car accident, I suffered from severe neck pain shooting pain, down my arms and legs would often cause me to lend at one point. I was going to occur Proctor and acupuncturist six times a week, I noticed visible improvement within two days of taking your products relief factor, and it is really truly changed my life and all of us here at Salem are proud to be working with relief factor and the owners Pete and Seth they are so involved in charity work, and helping orphans and dealing with missions. So I encourage everyone to try the three week quickstart. Not only does it work, but you'll be helping out. Great cars and a great company. Relieffactor dot com. Relieffactor dot com. That's relieffactor.
"director operations" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In that movie. Malcolm X, where a white woman who was a college student approaches him after he spoke at a college. And she says Mr. x now all of us white people are racist. Some of us really want to help. What can we do to help? And he responded nothing. Now, if you read the autobiography amalgam ex he went to mecca realize that. There are good white people not all waving white people were devils. And he began to renounce the kinds of racist things. He said in the past which is ultimately what got him killed. But during the time that was popular. The X camp basically represented the big four finger. To whites. I gave a speech at a high school. And three or four kids sitting in the front row. Head on Malcolm X t shirts, and Malcolm X, had an angry expression in his finger was pointing in the air, and I stopped the speech, and I said to the three young men. I said did you read the autobiography of Malcolm X two one of them? He said, no, I asked the other one he said, no I s it third when he said, yes, I said what happened at the end of that book. He said, Malcolm X went to mecca and changed his mind about white people. I said why are you wearing the t shirt that captures him before he had that confirmation that the conversion? And he didn't have much of an answer. I said you prefer the Malcolm X was angry who call white people devils as opposed to the one who said that I was wrong. When you to embrace the humanity of everybody, which one do you prefer you prefer the angry one. Why? Well, that X cap in my opinion, symbolize the angry, Malcolm X get. I don't recall anybody who wore one being attacked anybody who won't or one being called racist. Anybody who wore one being chained from wearing it? Do you? If you know, otherwise let me know triple eight nine seven one S eight GE triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. One of the other things that Elissa Milano said in her. Piece about people wearing the mega hat quote. I won't apologize to these boys. Or anyone who wears that had? But I will thank them. I will thank them for lighting a fire underneath the conversation about systemic racism and misogyny in this country what I've already dealt with a systemic racism. Let's talk about the misogyny. Holding in my baby Brown, libertarian fingers one article from CNBC and one from the hill these publications that are necessarily pro-trump CNBC is owned by NBC. Headline women had the top three eight directorates for the first time in history. First paragraph women now hit the top three directorates of the CIA. According to NBC news, a major milestone for an agent long dominated by men. Gene. Former secret secretive operations officer first woman to head the has named more experienced analysts and women into leadership roles since her confirmation. Another one is named Ellen Kimber deputy director operations and sent the ramp deputy director for analysis the top analysts position in the CIA. The second article is called Trump's first year in office was the year of the woman. Quote, hiring astounding number of women for senior level positions in the White House. And that nobody has written about this quote during despite impressive hiring practices during his first year in the White House. President Trump have received little or no credit for his choice of women for the most senior positions on his cabinet as well as in the west wing, and it talks about all of them yet. He's sexist. He is a racist is doing something about illegal immigration. He's a racist who wants to give inner city parents choice in schools. He's a sexist who's appointed all these women to top positions in the administration. If he's a racist, and sexist my goodness, he needs to take lessons. Here's what Megan said about relief factor. I've been using relief factor for a little bit over a month. Thirty four year old woman that has been in a car accident I suffered from severe neck pain shooting pain, down my arms and legs. That would often cause me to lend at one point. I was going to a chiropractor.
"director operations" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And that would have been very debilitating. In fact, when you see leaders blame everything on their predecessors. I think it's beneath them. I'd love to see a a leader come in and say, I own everything. As it matter. How we got here except to learn from we will learn from the buck stops here. But I own it. Now, if the economy's lousy on the president would have my particular role is I think people would be refreshed by that general as we speak. The supreme court ruled on the Trump administration's policy of barring transgender people from serving in the military. It was a would I think we'll see more of five to four decision. General Mattis oppose that order what what is your sense of it? And what the impact of it might be. I think it's a mistake. I remember twenty five or so years ago when there was a panel of senior military defense officials asked about females in combat, and they made the argument that the military exist to get things done, and therefore you don't want to do anything that undercuts efficiency or affective nece and they use that argument against females incon- bat. Of course, the same argument used against integrated units, and you go back as far as one we're in a country. Now, we're only about thirty percent of young people qualified to enlist in the military that seventy percent for legal, physical other reasons. Cannot. If we have people who want to serve if they had the desire the capacity to serve I think it's a mistake to lose that talent. I also think it's a mistake to send any message that says that somebody with those attributes the willingness and the capability to serve not being welcome is a negative message to send. So I I think it's unfortunate. They may have been well intentioned. But I think that time will prove, unfortunately, it sounds like it'll take more time to get to the point where we say no patriots with a capacity should be able to serve American. Anyway, that is best for them. You know, I wanna ask you a couple of other things about your history. One is I was interested in your service in the Pentagon in the run-up to the Iraq war because you've written and spoken about this. And it was pretty clear that you had concerns. That you you know, what what began as a mission to pressure Saddam to give up his weapons of mass destruction. Which may or may not have been there turned into an inexorable March to war. How did you process that you were? In fact, the guy who had talked to the media, which I'm sure you loved every minute. It's a great story. How I ended up with that. But I came out of f- ghanistan, and I went into the joint staff in the late summer of two thousand two and Afghanistan was what we needed to do. And it wasn't done. And there was a lot to do. I got there. And there was a war game ongoing for the invasion of Iraq. And I was stunned. I had no idea. And I said, what are we doing? I said our wargame Iraq. I said, well, I would do that. So for the next few months what I saw was this sort of inexorable preparation for war and the first few months, I thought what we were doing is posturing around Sodom. So that we would have the ability to really force him to get rid of weapons of mass destruction. And that was fun. The building airfields we're doing a bunch of really basic things. But we were being very careful about how much was said. So for I was vice director operations, I'm seeing all this stuff really closely. I still wasn't obvious to me that we're going to send a lot of people, and it looked like pretty deft chess moves to do that. Then as we got to right before Christmas. We went up, and we had a deployment order for a whole bunch of troops and secretary Rumsfeld used to literally take sharp, pencil and go through requests for deploying four people, and he'd go I need four three. And you know, I kinda thing and this one was for fifty thousand and he listened for the one he signed it, and I walked out, and I was there with Brigadier General friend of mine, and I said, this is serious..
"director operations" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And that would have been very debilitating. In fact, when you see leaders blame everything on their predecessors. I think it's beneath them. I'd love to see a a leader come in and say, I own everything. Does it matter? How we got here except to learn from right? We will learn from the buck stops here. But I own it. Now, if the economy's lousy on the president would have my particular role is I think people would be refreshed by that general as we speak. The supreme court ruled on the Trump administration's policy of barring transgender people from serving in the military. It was a would I think will see more of five to four decision. General Mattis oppose that order wh what is your sense of it? And what the impact of it might be. I think it's a mistake. I remember twenty five or so years ago when there was a panel of senior military defense officials asked about females in combat and they made the argument that the military exists to get things done. And therefore, you don't wanna do anything that undercuts the efficiency or affective nece and they use that argument against females in incon- bat. Of course, the same argument bid used against integrated units, and you go back as far as one we're in a country. Now, we're only about thirty percent of young people qualify to enlist in the military, but seventy percent for legal, physical other reasons. Cannot. If we have people who want to serve if they had the desire the capacity to serve I think it's a mistake to lose that talent. I also think it's a mistake to send any message that says that somebody with those attributes the willingness and the capability to serve not being welcome is a negative message to send. So I I think it's unfortunate. They may have been well intentioned. But I think that time will prove, unfortunately, it sounds like it'll take more time to we get to the point where we say no patriots with a capacity should be able to serve American. Anyway, that is best for them. You know, I wanna ask you a couple of other things about your history. One is I was interested in your service in the Pentagon in the run-up to the Iraq war because you've written and spoken about this. And it was pretty clear that you had concerns. That you you. You know, what what began as a mission to pressure Saddam to give up his weapons of mass destruction. Which may or may not have been there turned into an inexorable March to war. How did you process that you were? In fact, the guy who had talked to the media, which I'm sure you loved every minute. It's a great story. How I ended up with that. But I I came out of ghanistan, and I went into the joint staff in the late summer of two thousand two and Afghanistan was what we needed to do. And it wasn't done. And there was a lot to do. And I got there and there was a war game ongoing for the invasion of Iraq. And I was stunned. I had no idea. And I said, what are we doing? I said our wargame Iraq. I said, well, I would do that. So for the next few months what I saw was this sort of inexorable preparation for war and the first few months, I thought what we were doing is posturing around Sodom. So that we would have the ability to really force him to get rid of weapons of mass destruction. And that was fun. The building airfields we're doing a bunch of really basic things. But we were being very careful about how much was said. So for I was vice director operations, I'm seeing all this stuff really closely. I still wasn't obvious to me that we're going to send a lot of people, and it looked pretty deft chess moves to do that. Then as we got to right before Christmas..
"director operations" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Stater brothers. Calling this number eight hundred two two two five. Steve Edwards here in for John. And Jillian with me right now is the man who is the managing director director operations director, please operations director. Please not done beating the crap out of me. Drew Hayes is with us Renault. You're talking about fake news. You just heard a story here. Kevin Hart is going to be the host of the Oscars. We were going to do a segment right now. Instead, you have me beef in about enough we were going to do a segment right now on why it is that nobody wants the host the Oscars. It's a lose lose for most big celebrities, and Kevin Hart might be the only one left. It'd be good. He's going to be great. Yeah. Nobody wants to job. You can't win. When you do that job. It's couldn't be more boring. Well, ask your show could not be more. Remember when you were kid. The Oscars were on everything stopped. We had a three network universe. And everybody watched the Oscars and everybody talked about the Oscars and everybody can tell you who won. Now. Instead of having eighty million people watch you get about twenty six million so huge audience and more people are seeing the movies than ever before. And there's more access to all of it. It may be that there's overkill that. There's so many ways to see these celebs and stars. And all of that is that. Wants to be the only way you saw them walking in just the sight of them walking in. I remember I did the red carpet before the Oscars for about six years. And one thing I learned was that. I don't care what you have to say just show them. Yeah. Show them getting out of the limo. Shut up. Steve you're hoping that somebody trips a little bit or has some discussion with somebody. And fortunately when I did it. It was just before what are you wearing there were still dressing myself? So it was more interesting because people came looking a little weird. Yup. What are you wearing? Well. My aunt Sally just made this may this for me. So anyway, it's going to be Kevin Hart kill the segment, we're gonna do you want to if you wanted to drag me into the political part of it the speeches the whole thing. It's you know, you you turn you walk away from a big portion of the audience when you look down on there's a little bit like conservatives will sign and want to watch too liberal football. They say is losing audience, by the way. I I'm not sure I believe that. I don't think there should be allowed to kneel because as a manager in the workplace. Yes, I get to make the rules. It isn't freedom of speech here. Yeah. It's it's workplace and they're being employed and they're on the field. So it isn't that? So I answer bogus argument. But I also don't believe that the ratings have been impacted in all I think some of the match ups are horrible. And there's too many football games on Thursday night was the highest in Thursday night history. Because it was a great game. Monday night was huge. This is a narrative. That's not true. We like narratives we'd like to say that happened. So this happened and it's fake news. It is fake news. I would agree with you. Yup. I would agree. It's I just don't get. You know? I mean to me the the whole Oscar is just it's long, and it's. I mean, I mean, it's it's company town, it's our show our car show the car show, but the other thing that seems to be true not fake news. If you have a big wildly popular movie or two of them. And they're in contention. The audience is larger get them to route. When you have a little art house beautiful movie that involves the human dilemma, the existential things about life, and it's a small audience sees in the first place and most of the mainstream America doesn't see it doesn't care it takes whether except totally the highest rating in the last thirty forty years was four Titanic. Right. Big mass appeal, by the way on that score the entire herd. Scott man's on Jillian and John. I think you you were in with John last two weeks ago whenever he talked about the green book, Greg unbelievable. So all I want is action and intrigue and shoot them up and all that. And that's gonna win a lot of. Kademi awards. We'll let excite people for the show. No, no, no, it won't because it's close to arthouse house movie. But it's a fantastic. Incredible. Great movie. What time do we go to now? Oh, can we got two more minutes with you in the Morongo casino resort and spa? Management, folks. He's management is doing and he's doing it. Right. I wanna ask you a larger question. People live in bubbles now. So if you just watch Fox News, and you watch on Hannity or you watch MSNBC, and you see Lawrence O'Donnell or you see Rachel. Richard a little softer on the issues. She's interested in history. But she definitely has reported view when she came from funny. I mean, she she came from, you know, but, but if you watch in those bubbles and some people have put CNN in the same bubbles MSNBC. You're seeing the world through the eyes that you want to see it through. If you're watching Shawn Hannity, Sean is going to say this whole, which is based on the deep state of mafia type people who were out to destroy the country. Okay. If you're watching MSNBC is you got a guy who may be a crooked office who did these deals with Russia. When people are watching this, and it becomes more than viewing. They become followers. They become believers it does get in the way of real discussion. I did a long thing yesterday on how America came from compromise. Yup. Good compromise bed compromise, the three fifths compromise counting slaves three fifths of a person the great compromise that created the. The Senate and the house of representatives. What's happened to compromise? Your. And with George the passing of George H W Bush. It's it's the perfect example. Because to me if the the one of the best examples, and we may disagree with this is when he said read, my lips no new taxes, he believed he was going to keep from freezing tax status. Yes. Instead he made a compromise and killed him and killed him with with with not only the people that he made the compromise with no good deed goes on punishment also with his own people. And that and so that to me was the watershed moment for compromises bad. If you want to win an election because he was a decent and honorable man. And and and you know, obviously, have an honest run. I will say this then I must leave. Yes. You gotta go is that even you talked about him being a presidential candidate. He's a joke. He's not I wouldn't have been. Presidential candidate anymore than Pat. Paulsen back in the smothers brothers days. I think that killing all people who understand twinkling eyes sarcasm missile K, you missed it. But it, but you know, what there are too many people who serious took that as series unused. The Trump thing by saying well, Donald Trump could be the president except he was on television for twenty years you come down on people because they don't hit the clock. Should I love you? You're you're great. Thank you for coming in. Thank you for for all of this. It's great. It's great. It's great. It's might believe me. It's my pleasure. So great Steve Edwards. The lights have gone out on the night on Broadway. Why did this happen? Is there corruption involved? We'll be right back..
"director operations" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"October the ninth. All right. Kitty, cat radio news time three twenty-seven, very special five K Ron that is coming up this coming weekend. And Tony Aubrey is joining us right now, Tony is the executive director operation vet now. Twenty tell us about the five K walk. Yes. Saturday morning. We'll be starting out at Rienzie park in mckeesport about eight thirty eight thirty nine we'll take off on the run. Iran is dedicated to one of the the marines. It was in the north for sales unit will also be recognizing the or paying tribute to the mckeesport twenty three. So that all happened Saturday morning at Randy park in mckeesport. Now, the the member of the marines that's from north sales. Why are you honoring him? Well, specifically with with operation. But now when we do our different events, we choose a a local hero to really recognize during those times. So the fourth battalion marines that are from north to sales. They're going to run as a unit to lead the five K. And this was a teammate Adair's that we lost in Afghanistan from the fourth battalion is it too late for people to be a part of this five k. Absolutely not. We have sign ups online. You know that now dot org slash five K and they can sign up right until the morning of the race. And once again, what is the how did they find you? Facebook website, again, the website is up vet now dot org. O P E T W dot org. Excuse me slash five. K more just go to the web page you'll see the link for the run and then on Facebook. We're just operation, but now on Facebook and you'll see you'll see the event on there as well. How you can pay online pay day the race. So whichever you prefer. So whether you want to run maybe you just want to financially support. Can you do that too? Absolutely. There's a link on the website to donate um. You know, we are five a one c three organization, and you can you can pay right online there and make your donation. We'd appreciate once again, Tony Aubrey with this executive director operation that now joining us on the disk institute, Pittsburgh, Newsline. Tony thank you very much for your time. Thank you. All right now, if all that went by a little too quickly for you. You are welcome to go to my Facebook page Mandujano on Katy k I have it posted there. So you can go find it on Facebook for yourself Mann's, you know, on Katie KYW news with rose NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie k coming up in just a moment. Also coming up, there's a lot more to talk about as well that limo accident that took place over the weekend up in New York, absolutely tragic, and we're going to talk to Mark Rosenberg transportation analyst for and former NTSB chairman for CBS news. He joins us coming up in just a couple..
"director operations" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Factor dot com studio inside of the beltway, happy Labor Day to you. I know you're stuck in traffic. I know some of you got a late start. And you're listening to the podcast. Have you tried to get an early start? And you're listening to the broadcast live, but welcome I've got a special show for you on Labor Day, and it revolves around the turn in American Paul's that occurred when Donald Trump became president vis-a-vis, the Islamic Republic of Iran in particular, the turn taken under secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and his previous director of policy now special envoy for Ron Brian hook. And I want to focus on what the Islamic Republic of Iran means to us as you're driving as you're thinking about why am I doing that it's because of the threat assessment, and because I sat down with secretary of state Pompeo early in the summer of two thousand eighteen and had this exchange about Iran. Boy, I sure hope not I hope the Ayatollah and solo Monte the prime drivers of Iranian threat posture. I hope they recognize that whatever decision other countries make about staying in the JCP away or however they proceed I hope he they understand that if they begin to wrap up their nuclear program the wrath of the entire world will follow up on them. And so it is not in their practical best interest to begin that, whatever happens to the JCP away. I think the Iranians understand that. It would it would be wholly separate from whether they spent a couple of extra centrifuges if they began to move towards a weapons program. This'll be something the entire world would find unacceptable, and we ended up down a path that I don't think is in the best interests of Iran other actors in the Middle East or indeed the world you when you say the wrath of the entire world. I think of the new entente, and I'm talking then for the benefit of the audience, not just of Israel. But if Bahrain of Egypt Jordan of Iraq of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates are great friends in in the Middle East, would they support that wrath descending on Iran in the form of American military action if they moved? Yeah, when I say wrath don't confuse that for military action. Those are when I when I say wrath. I mean, the the moral opprobrium and economic power that fell upon them that that's what I'm speaking to. I'm not talking to military action here. I just I truly hope that's never the case is not in anyone's best interest for that. But make no mistake. Trump's have been very clear. Iran will not get a nuclear weapon nor start its weapons program on this president's watch. And I've heard some say that we've, you know, we've separated from our allies on this issue of of Iran. I don't think that's the case when I talked to my my Arab friends Israelis all of those in the region, they are right alongside us. And even when I speak to the Europeans with whom we have a difference about the JCP away. They to understand the threat that Iran presents whether it's malign activity with with Hezbollah or in Yemen when Siri on Iraq or its missile program that is watching missiles into airports that westerners travel through. There is a unified understanding of Iran's malevolent behaviour, and it will be will be incredibly United world should Iran. Choose to head down. On a nuclear weapons bath, you mentioned, Gerald. So the money they only understand for sometimes you're trying to move into Syria where they put the revolutionary guard that could force again. But you're saying we'll just understand if necessary the United States is prepared to do whatever it has to do to stop them from having a nuclear weapon. President Trump's been unambiguous about in his statements that says that Iran will not be able to obtain a nuclear weapon that remember to Hugh, it's important to remind your viewers. The previous agreement permitted them to continue to enrich uranium, right? We cut a tougher deal on our allies the Emirati weekdays on the Iranians with respect to nuclear power. The I lay down a dozen items that we're asking around to do if your viewers go look at them. They're all simple things. There's simply saying become a member of the community of nations. Right. Stop launching missiles into not hostile nations cease support of terrorism around the world, don't don't go down the path of a nuclear weapon system, the asks from the United States in order for Iran to return to the community of nations are all we ask of other countries around the world to be part of the international system. I do I brought together to experts to follow up on this conversation because I want to know whether they think Iran is actually coming back into the community of nations to the smartest guys. I've been doing side the beltway about this law. Make Republic are Kareem side job poor. He is the senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace. He focuses on Iran and US foreign policy towards the Middle East. He unfortunately, undergraduate from the university of Michigan, but we forgive that. Because he's got his masters from John Hopkins. And he knows what he's talking about. He joined by norm rule. Norman. Roles known to everyone who has dealt with Iran for thirty years. He was in the Shah director operations including roles is division. Chief deputy division chief chief of station. He has served as the senior adviser to counter extremism problem project and United against nuclear Iran. I can't stress to you. How you sort of Mr. Iran for everyone inside of Washington, DC, Kareem and norm. Welcome. Thank you for spending. A couple of. Hours with me this morning cream. Let me start with you. How's your Ron changed its behavior at all since Mike Pompeo became secretary of state and began to turn the screws. Thanks for having us. There isn't evidence that.
"director operations" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dot com studio inside of the beltway, happy Labor, Day to you I know you're stuck in traffic I know some, of you got a late start and you're listening to the podcast have you tried to get an early start and you're, listening to the broadcast live? But welcome I got a special. Show for you on Labor Day and it revolves around the turn in American Paul's occurred when Donald Trump became president vis-a-vis the Islamic, Republic. AVI Ron and in particular the turn taken under secretary of state Mike Pompeo and his, previous director policy now special envoy for Ron O'Brien hook and I want to, focus on, what the Islamic Republic of Iran means to us as you're driving as you're thinking about why am I doing that it's because of a threat assessment and because. I sat down with secretary of state Pompeo. Early in the. Summer of two thousand eighteen and had this. Exchange about Iran boy I, sure, hope, not I hope the Ayatollah and solo money, the prime, drivers of Iranian threat posture I hope they recognize that whatever decision, other countries make about staying in the JCP away or however they proceed I hope they understand that if they begin to, ramp up their nuclear program? The wrath of the entire world. Will fall upon them and so it is not in their practical best interest to begin that whatever happens to the JCP away I, think, the Iranians understand that Would it would be wholly, separate from whether they, spent a couple of extra. Centrifuges if they began to move, towards a weapons program this be something the entire world would find, unacceptable and we'd end up down a path that I don't think is in the? Best interests of Iran the other actors in, the Middle East or indeed the. World you when you say the, wrath of the entire world I think of the new entente and I'm talking then for the benefit of the audience not just of. Israel but of Bahrain of Egypt Jordan, of Iraq from Saudi Arabia the United. Arab Emirates are great friends in in the Middle East would they support that wrath descending on Iran in the. Form of American military action if they moved the when I say rat don't, confuse that for military action those are when I say. Wrath I mean the moral opprobrium and economic power that fell upon them that that's what I'm speaking to. Not talking to military action here I just I truly hope that's never the case is not in anyone's best interest for that, but make no mistake Trump's been very clear Iran. Will not get a nuclear weapon or start its weapons program on this president's watch and I've heard, some say that we've you know we've separated from our allies on this issue of of Iran I don't think that's, the case when I talked to my my Arab friends Israelis all of those in the, region they are right, alongside us and even when. I speak to the Europeans with. Whom we have a difference about the JCP away they to understand, the threat that Iran presents whether it's it's maligned activity with with Hezbollah or in? Yemen when Siri on Iraq or its missile, program that is watching missiles into. Airports that westerners travel through there, is a unified understanding of Iran's a malevolent behaviour and it will be will be incredibly United world should Iran choose to head down On a nuclear, weapons path you mentioned Jerusalem. Army they only understand force sometimes they are trying to move into Syria where they put the revolutionary, guard that could force again but you're saying, we'll just understand if necessary the United States is prepared to do whatever it has to do to stop them from having a nuclear weapon President Trump's been unambiguous about in his statements that says that Iran will not, be able to obtain a nuclear weapon remember to. It's important to remind your viewers The previous agreement permitted them to continue to enrich uranium right we cut a tougher deal on our allies the Emirati weekdays on the Iranians with respect to nuclear power I laid down a dozen items that were asking around to do if your viewers go look at them They're all, simple things there simply saying become a member of the community of nations right stop launching missiles into non hostile nations cease support of. Terrorism around the world don't don't go down the path, of? A nuclear weapon system the asks from the. United States in order for Iran to return to the community. Of nations are all we ask of other countries around the world to be part of the international system I do I brought together to experts, to follow up on this conversation because I want to, know whether they think Iran is actually. Coming back into the community. Of nations through the smartest guys I've been inside the beltway about this law. Make Republic are Kareem John poor he, is the, senior, fellow at the, Carnegie Endowment for international. Peace he focuses on Iran and US foreign policy towards the Middle East he unfortunately as, an undergraduate from university of Michigan but we forgive that got his masters from John Hopkins, and, he, knows what he's. Talking about he joined by norm rule. Norman rule is known to everyone who has dealt with Iran for thirty years he, was? In the Shah director operations including roles, division chief deputy division chief chief of station he is served as the senior adviser to counter extremism. Project and United against nuclear Iran I can't stress to, you how he is sort of Mr. Iran firm inside of Washington DC Kareem and norm welcome thank you for spending a couple of Hours with me this, morning cream let me start with you how's your Ron changed its behavior at all since, Mike, Pompeo, became secretary. Of. State and began to turn the screws Thanks.
"director operations" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"A lot of pieces of shit and Brian, I want to write something about this and an exposes and that was sort. A moment where we decided that this wasn't just a source of traffic in lead generation for people looking for jobs. This is an opportunity to be a leader in the community and to be voice of the community and republish that we got a lot of hate mail, our director operations army, that name Katie Dexter. She had people voicemails right into killing Raipur. Brian Jones got a lot of hate mail and watching him go through that. And I remember like, you know, does all this stuff bother you? And he said, no, because we're right. Yeah. And I was like, holy shit. That's a guy with with them. Big, dig energy, Brian Jones also. The truth matters matters. I remember reading that and I cried. I was like, holy shit. Somebody's finally talking about it. I can't put like I, it had something like pictures of her. Thank God. That picture of tits isn't gonna make it out there. Now I feel like it was like next in the queue on their Instagram page, but I just could not like I, I so long. It was something that bothered me, but I never saw anything about it anywhere. And then finally, you guys did it and it blew up from there and I thought thank God. Somebody's finally talking about this, and I think it has helped spark a huge conversation that's still been ongoing and it's not perfect. Obviously yet still a lot of problems, but Jones and his big dick energy is big dick energy. So yeah, this I was just so happy about that. But that's when I really started following task and purpose and really getting into it was was then and since then, I think what makes it unique is that you get voices. I think that's kind of part of what separates it from other news stories about military is that a lot of the writers are either in the net set community or military active duty or veterans themselves, or have our military family members, something like that. So it's. Kind of, I think veterans it appeals to us more because you see that this person knows what they're talking about that voice comes through. Yeah, and that's where we try and do. We try to be voice for the community. We try and cover the issues and stories that matter to this community. And yeah, no, no, I, I read it every day and it really does do that. And a lot of times you guys are breaking news too for me, I mean, and what's great for me as a veteran is one of my ties back to the military makes me feel like I'm still part of the community and still in there because I can read these articles and understand what they're actually really talking about. So it's very interesting blog that I guess website. Now that I have way too many blocks. All right. You're taking care of that. No, that's so. Anything else that you wanna plug? Obviously, we're we're big supporters of your mental health initiative and anything like that. We really appreciate that. We've got our gala coming up in October eighteenth, you guys all come up. She come up for it, what's okay? But I just before we ender I don't wanna end yet. 'cause I got some more questions. I wanna talk about head Sean little bit. I I read a quote in town and country magazine does a great quote, and I'll just read it verbatim and said this speaking, I said, I was talking to my mentors from the finance world about how would have played out if I'd come home from Iraq with PTSD or depression. I would've gone to see the world's foremost experts and I would have gotten the best help imaginable. I said, I wish every veteran could have that access and they said, why can't they right there?.
"director operations" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Get in hip condition and more in line with my career goals and it's higher pay to better support my new family um i'm currently an administrative assistant but i have my mba and i would like to eventually be a director of operations but i'm not sure how i get from where i am today to uh my eventual goal lord gridcore costume all right so uh how much more detail can you give me on this uh is end goal disgusted nation job of operations manager i think i know what that means but are are wondering sure that i'm on the same page my moon go would be like a coo like to be achieved operational achieve proper yes that would be like like the high definition but i think a director of operations gop opd like in the company that you know believed in their employees had a great product that's where i would and greets really like to end up one other course known that i owners in your industry specific but is there a specific industry or a product or service you would would love to single out as if i could be a coo director operations for company that does this i would be crazy happy and currently in health care and on my background is then in healthcare but it doesn't have to be healthcare i'm inland my mba has the concentration healthcare management but it it does it have to be healthcare good orbits does the concentration of that mba limit you are you aware of any limitations on that or is the nba does it really is a matter with a concentration is the nba is the nba and that's a that's a pre slick degree correct correct data mbna and then the confrontation an extra good okay all right well so the pass is like a ladder stephanie there's no specific formula that it has to be done a certain way but it is all about you getting into the right place and once you get into the right place the right time which means promotions opportunities.
"director operations" Discussed on The Young Turks
"So a couple of things here um so he's working on two thousand eight campaign and that's why five years later he has hired by correct the record on the neck on them to work on the next campaign um so this doesn't seem to me in any kind of dispute they've got four sources including uh it appears very high officials in the campaign uh saying well we wanted the guy fired we try to get hillary too and they're all women whether it's source story whose campaign manager or adjusts o'connell uh who is a national director operations and who originally feel the and concluded the strieder should be fired so t to anna's point look eat let's say you're really religious and by the way not to be fair i had been pretty cynical about hillary clinton's religiosity uh but maybe she is maybe she's uh you know the same bible thumper i dunno look i'm not a religious person i have a bias against it i don't think he is necessary and i don't want to informing our leaders because i don't wanna i'm thinking that they're talking to god uh uh so uh but even if you are less issue okay you love each devout christian okay well how we didn't know that you can't pick up a bible in reverse now then you can't find some other passer in the country i feel like if if that person sole role in your campaign is to be your faith adviser and there are credible sexual harassment allegations against him doesn't that now make him or his faith advisement null and void like why wouldn't wanna be advised faith advised by someone who's been sexually harassing a thirty year old on my campaign he was also mirrored as you yeah and look i look if he's married and it turns out that he had an affair with someone on the campaign that's not there's consent there and i don't care it's none of my business but that's not what happened in this situation so let me give you the details of allegations against him the complaint against strieder was made by a thirty year old woman who shared an office with him she told the campaign official that he had rubbed her shoulders and appropriately kissed her on the forehead.
"director operations" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"The the first broadcast of yours truly alice jones in two thousand eighteen thank you so much for joining us i want to open a thumbs up shorting the next segment to talk about the trump tax cuts talk about the media trying to lie about it for months now i've even seen cbs news and others shockingly new reports admitting it's an average a giant tax cut for the average family thirteen thousand dollars it just it just goes on and on it makes the head span and then as he communist china lower their taxes zero but only of us companies go work with the government and director operations the only invest those profits in china trump's just doing it verbally saying hey will cut it to match china please come back to america some of you please build one apple factory here i don't have suicide minutes and because of that congressman cohen calls trump the most despicable human being the most despicable is it that is if that just q and then we've got these reports that i'm getting into the peta falls coming out of the closet two thousand eighteen despite the fact getting arrested mass that's what that what that what they're trying to normalize it as quickly as they can in the new york times and salon everywhere else ching leave us alone or good people let us such allies your shoulder lake to log into this but colmey provoked social media stir after hoping for more ethical leadership in two thousand eighteen the articles are up on infowar dot com and news wars dot com and he came out and said you know we need ethical leadership former fbi director james comey incredibly corrupt illegally league heating line to congress covering up for the clintons telling hillary their investigation was really over labour going to stage an investigation loretta lynch all of it uranium one i mean this guy was like a seven foot tall what's the name of the famous control across doll looks real creepy me he just looks like a pervert to me i mean i'm sorry he is the most distant january criminal looking slime bag he looks like the ultimate psychopath for this supposed to be sharp.
"director operations" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Five pm said were those twelve hours intially i don't even know what that is that was five days a week says is that sixty hours of work a week and so that's where i was working at and then what happened is when i got when i got sick and i was in hospital and i was basically unable to work for weeks at a time being in pain or no energy in lethargic enemy you name it what happened is my team that i had built over the last couple years which wasn't a big team i have a business partner honoree quarter who's here in austin and she runs the miracle morning book series with me i have john burg hoffe who runs our live of vent with me and then i've got my director operations tiffany and and and then died and yeah that was basically my entire team at that point and at tiffany's kind of was able to step of replacement here's the point is i i my income this last year stayed it actually went up from the year before significantly my revenue went out my income went up and what that did is first and foremost it i mean did i dropped my knees and thank god make the universe for you know that i had that in place and and going and just imagining if i didn't have the team in place and a business in place you know or or him and he just call them passive sources of income right there semi pass the first of income my book which was every month the miracle morning still sold ten thousand copies without me you know being in the hospital so that literally paid all of our bills it paid for the you know our families bills and so on so really the two things that became extraordinarily valuable which i afterward like after the factory and that's what you're asked me what what's the hindsight it's having a team in place that could run.
"director operations" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"To find a new way to this in our lovely and our fabulous fillon producer deon martin who who who dr sen's manager news director operations injure the guy who makes this place now you might think linda why are you out of breath i feel an okay i feel great you're doing the laura ingraham i just ran in he did ran in from the parking lot or is going to get her act together to could she's got a new show coming up monday fox news right after sean hannity we are very excited welldeserved i'm i'm a i'm waiting to see that she will uh she will make megan kelly look like i've seen laura ingram in person megan kelly is better look okay are you a part of the show no magic i think we're going to have their say hello to me i think we're going to have a third person that's fine learn it the chapter like the cans but if you feed the cat you'll get rid of it i would say dan as a cohost any day of the week this one i actually started this together i came here in two thousand four some crazy nutjob here talked me and to do in the morning show now i was not part of the morning show i was like the weather traffic girl who said in there and um you know read some fake weather i gotcha a crazy per is another great read a lot of crazy people back in those days that worked here who literally took me by the arm pulled me outside and try to explain to me the difference between partly sunny and mostly sunny was it partly sunny and partly cloudy yes yes and it's like look buddy i don't know who you are idle don't care i gotta give progeny that unnamed fellow though if.
"director operations" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"So um i've always loved soccer or like the rival thing with georgia download you know i didn't know a guard from a tackle at a working for the nfl it's kind of a lifetime job and um i got approached by two men a din would and uh do for coast with the with the coach dave 'climate summits yes thank you and uh they say would you be interested in coming to colorado and you know i know how beautiful colorado is and i met them at the twin bridges marriott which no longer exists we had breakfast together and um i flew out to denver very discreetly and was blown away by the rocky mountains by a new team owned by iraq's thorpe producer and a famous lumber company in the great northwest and the chance to do something ml mild high stadium uh and even increase in salary so um i did at the redskins for about four years and it was great and uh oh my contract was coming up anyway and um i just decided to part ways and you know so my friends what i was crazy book you know loving soccer i took the opportunity and um move to colorado in border town house and started working for the team as director operations um the only problem was was a big one the attendance was really hurting you know it was orange crush fans it was denver broncos and uh it was really a tough sell 'cause it was a small um soccer market at that time and a huge stadium to fill if we were in a smaller twenty thousand seat you know fill the it would look a lot better and be more soccer fan friendly.