35 Burst results for "ELI"

Pollock helps White Sox top Guardians 5-4 for DH split

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pollock helps White Sox top Guardians 5-4 for DH split

"The guardians in White Sox split a double header with Cleveland earning a 7 four victory before Chicago took the nightcap 5 to four The guardians blew a four one lead in the opener before scoring three times in the 9th Josh naylor singled home the tie breaking run Stephen Quan had three hits and José Ramírez drove in two with a pair of sacrifice flies Cleveland's 5 game winning streak ended in the nightcap as AJ Pollock delivered a two run single with two out in the 8th Eli Jimenez homered and yuan moncada had two RBIs for the White Sox in game two I'm Dave

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Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Guardians rally in 9th for 5-3 victory over Dodgers

"The Guardian scored two in the 9th inning to beat the Dodgers 5 to three manager Terry Francona loves this team We're asking a lot of these guys I mean we're asking them to play the game at a with energy every day And I know they get tired but they bring it Andre Jimenez broke the tie with the bases loaded single and Ernie Clement followed with a sac fly all the damage of Craig kimbrell Eli Morgan got the women relief of Shane Bieber Morgan is three and two kimbrell now zero and three Cleveland's Oscar Gonzalez hit his first big league Homer Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 3 months ago

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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ESPN Are Innovating With Their Commentator Selection

Fore The People

01:42 min | 4 months ago

ESPN Are Innovating With Their Commentator Selection

"I love how ESPN and their team of networks is getting guys that currently play and former play, but they're not so far out like a Kurdish strange or a Dottie pepper. They're younger guys and they're getting them with their takes live. It's like the mayonnaise getting on Monday Night Football. It's similar to that in that it's way more interesting to hear Peyton Manning and Eli Manning, bullshit with young jock or whoever the hell they brought on that. I think they brought on Nelly and got Nellie's opinion on the last throw by someone in the playoffs. I don't remember who it was. But that telecast that Monday Night Football with the mannings got higher reviews. It got higher ratings than anything they've ever done because that's more interesting. People want to hear current guys that can kind of talk, the public through the mindset of what's going on on the telecast. I think it's cool. I think when I've always watched golf on TV or coverage, I come at it from a more of a different way of how I look at a golf course. Sometimes I want to know more information about the conditions that day or that pin location and specific the green speeds. What that person's got going on in that day as far as their a stuff. Those are the things that I don't really ever know while watching. Just assume you just see the best shots that day and sometimes you just don't catch on with some of the things those players are going through that day. So I'm looking forward to kind of maybe telling that side of the story a little bit and see how it goes.

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Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson

"LA or Eli mistol and MS LSD today Now first of all our yesterday I asked this question Why do they keep putting this man on TV at MSNBC What do they keep doing that This is Comcast You pay cable fees to Comcast which owns NBC and MSNBC Why do they keep doing that Hat tip right scoop cut one go I don't want to let the Josh hawley thing lie because here's where I need the Democrats to step up because when they try to smear her I need the Democrats to not allow another way You're not allowed to really question katani Brown Jackson They're never going to smear her They're not going to do to her what they do to every single Republican nominee But this guy works for the nation he's a real a hole Ellie style go ahead And defend her just as vociferously as Lindsey Graham defended alleged attempted rapist Brett Kavanaugh This guy is sick and hateful Go ahead Energy from the Democrats especially when they come out to her with this trumped up alleged issues about her sentencing on for sex offenders How is it trumped up Her sentencing for sex offenders has been below the sentencing guidelines in each and every case I believe there's 7 cases In each and why is that She's tried to split hairs here about the difference between those who produce child porn in those who look at it So she makes her own sentencing guidelines

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Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

"The fifteenth seed is going to the Sweet Sixteen St Peter's seventy to sixty win over Murray state was one of two upsets in Indianapolis the peacocks got seventeen points from Casey the DeFeo who helped hold the racers to thirty four percent shooting we know defense comes first we spent so much time in practice on defense so you know there's nothing new to us we just come in and try to play you play defense all day and give a hundred ten percent in every in every aspect earlier eleven seed Michigan got by third seed Tennessee's seventy six to sixty eight hundred Dickinson and Eli Brooks combined for fifty points as the Wolverines stage their second upset in as many games Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Governor DeSantis Condemns Biden's Haphazard Decision to Revoke Monoclonal Antibody Treatments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 7 months ago

Governor DeSantis Condemns Biden's Haphazard Decision to Revoke Monoclonal Antibody Treatments

"Governor desantis condemns Biden administration's haphazard decision to revoke authorization of lifesaving monoclonal antibody treatments. Governor Ron DeSantis is demanding that the Biden administration reversed its sudden and reckless decision to revoke emergency use authorization. For Regeneron, an Eli Lilly monoclonal antibody treatments. This abrupt and unilateral action by the Biden regime will prevent access to lifesaving treatments for floridians and Americans. The story is this FDA restricts use of two monoclonal antibody treatments. I know people's lives who are saved by monoclonal antibodies. Now, their argument is like, well, it's not working that well against all Macron. Well, if not working that well as the standard for revoking, emergency use authorization, then maybe you should pull some EUA permits for vaccines. Not working that well. First of all, there's no clinical data to support that. Second of all, there is massive momentum amongst doctors action on the front lines of how monoclonal antibodies help condition the response and help with Regeneron regenerating white blood cell treatment and they are lifesaving in some cases. Not all the antibodies are effective. It doesn't work all the time, which is why you need to throw the kitchen sink at it. With all the other treatments, but now the federal government is coming out and they're saying nope, not happening. You are not allowed to use monoclonal antibodies. We are going to get in the way of what doctors are able to do with their patients. Now, we've already used all the words on this show. We know that Joe Biden has no concern whatsoever for the mounting deaths preventable deaths of people that have died from COVID-19 isn't care about the 100,000 plus overdose deaths. But what does he care about then? What is the explanation for this? Well, the FDA justification is they say, well, it's unlikely to be active against the Alma cron variant. Oh, unlikely. Not that it doesn't work, not that they have clinical data to show that monoclonal antibodies are doing harm. No, just that it's

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DeSantis blasts FDA for halting drugs ineffective on omicron

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

DeSantis blasts FDA for halting drugs ineffective on omicron

"The the the the by by by by the the the the administration administration administration administration and and and and Florida's Florida's Florida's Florida's Republican Republican Republican Republican governor governor governor governor are are are are in in in in a a a a fight fight fight fight after after after after federal federal federal federal health health health health regulators regulators regulators regulators block block block block the the the the use use use use of of of of two two two two coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus antibody antibody antibody antibody treatments treatments treatments treatments the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA says says says says the the the the drugs drugs drugs drugs from from from from Regeneron Regeneron Regeneron Regeneron and and and and Eli Eli Eli Eli Lilly Lilly Lilly Lilly are are are are not not not not effective effective effective effective against against against against the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant so so so so it's it's it's it's moved moved moved moved to to to to revoke revoke revoke revoke their their their their emergency emergency emergency emergency authorization authorization authorization authorization the the the the drugs drugs drugs drugs were were were were the the the the centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece of of of of governor governor governor governor Rhonda Rhonda Rhonda Rhonda Santa Santa Santa Santa since since since since coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus response response response response as as as as he he he he resisted resisted resisted resisted vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine mandates mandates mandates mandates and and and and other other other other measures measures measures measures people people people people have have have have a a a a right right right right to to to to access access access access these these these these treatments treatments treatments treatments and and and and to to to to revoke revoke revoke revoke it it it it on on on on this this this this basis basis basis basis it's it's it's it's just just just just fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally wrong wrong wrong wrong and and and and we're we're we're we're going going going going to to to to fight fight fight fight back back back back at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House let's let's let's let's just just just just take take take take a a a a step step step step back back back back here here here here just just just just to to to to realize realize realize realize how how how how crazy crazy crazy crazy this this this this is is is is a a a a spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki says says says says the the the the government government government government has has has has said said said said states states states states including including including including Florida Florida Florida Florida drugs drugs drugs drugs that that that that do do do do work work work work yet yet yet yet to to to to Santos Santos Santos Santos is is is is advocating advocating advocating advocating for for for for treatments treatments treatments treatments that that that that do do do do not not not not Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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49ers hang on late for 23-17 wild-card victory over Cowboys

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

49ers hang on late for 23-17 wild-card victory over Cowboys

"The the forty forty Niners Niners have have advanced advanced to to the the NFC NFC divisional divisional round round by by holding holding off off the the cowboys cowboys twenty twenty three three seventeen seventeen year year Dallas Dallas receiver receiver Deebo Deebo Samuel Samuel ran ran twenty twenty six six yards yards for for a a touchdown touchdown putting putting the the Niners Niners ahead ahead twenty twenty three three seven seven in in the the third third quarter quarter one one play play after after dak dak Prescott Prescott was was intercepted intercepted Eli Eli Mitchell Mitchell carried carried twenty twenty seven seven times times for for ninety ninety six six yards yards including including a a four four yard yard TD TD Prescott Prescott threw threw for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty four four yards yards and and a a score score he he also also ran ran for for a a touchdown touchdown and and later later got got Dallas Dallas to to the the San San Francisco Francisco twenty twenty four four but but the the clock clock ran ran out out before before the the cowboys cowboys could could get get off off a a snap snap on on the the ferry ferry

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Omicron may sideline two leading drugs against COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Omicron may sideline two leading drugs against COVID-19

"For for more more than than a a year year and and a a body body drugs drugs from from Regeneron Regeneron and and Eli Eli Lilly Lilly have have been been the the go go to to treatment treatment for for early early covered covered nineteen nineteen but but both both drugmakers drugmakers recently recently warned warned that that lab lab testing testing suggests suggests their their therapies therapies will will be be much much less less potent potent against against Omicron Omicron and and while while the the company company say say they they can can quickly quickly develop develop new new Omicron Omicron targeting targeting antibodies antibodies those those aren't aren't expected expected to to launch launch at at least least for for several several months months that's that's what what Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci said said on on ABC ABC this this week week with with George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos it's it's a a very very complicated complicated synthetic synthetic process process to to make make the the drug drug it it is is not not something something that that simple simple so so the the company company is is revving revving up up and and getting getting more more and and more more but but we're we're not not gonna gonna see see widely widely available available for for at at least least a a few few months months the the CDC CDC says says the the delta delta variants variants still still accounts accounts for for more more than than ninety ninety five five percent percent of of the the estimated estimated US US cases cases but but agency agency leaders leaders say say Omicron Omicron is is spreading spreading faster faster than than any any past past variants variants and and will will become become the the dominant dominant strain strain nationwide nationwide within within weeks weeks I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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"eli" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"eli" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Don't want to be one of those fellas that everybody laughs at afterwards even if you get the call right. I don't want to be one of those guys. They laugh at. Because you'll you lose it and you start and yelling and screaming and going and i'll tell you and i don't say this to pat myself on the back. But after the the play the devante smith reception from to for the touchdown Among the many texts and emails i got was one from my buddy who happens to be the voice of the memphis grizzlies of the nba and he said to me. He said every young broadcaster needs to listen to that. Call and see how you can be excited and clear at the same time without yelling and screaming like crazy and he said that was the way it's supposed to be done and i say that not Pat myself on the back. But that's what and again there. You had no idea what was coming but the second the catch was made. I just took a breath. And i just went with it. But i didn't yell and scream. I always try and my voice. Was you know there was. There was energy there. But i didn't go nuts. And that's you know something. I'm always cognizant of we. I think we heard in the penn state game and i i. I don't know if i'd heard that before until last week i was on the sidelines. I'm assuming was jerry dunkin What happened there quickly was that jerry was our sidelined guy right but five minutes. Before the end of the game jerry dunkin would always come up to the booth and doug layton ruined my color man he would go down to the sidelines and then go into the locker room to conduct the post game interviews on the air. Doug was a bit of a better interviewer than jerry was. So the guy has switched five minutes to go in the game. So now jerry sitting next to me and here comes. Thomas ram blocking ray terrorists. He's field goal with the handful of seconds left. Well jerry starts jumping up and down and the elements screaming he goes back and then jerry lost his footing and he tumbled over backwards and ended up sitting in my lap and he looked at me and they gave me a kiss on the cheek. Oh my goodness and folks. you haven't lived until you've been kissed on the cheek by jerry duncan but I mean that's what happened. Jerry's got so excited. He'd tumbled backwards and ended up in my lap after ram blocked ray towers. She's field goal and in full disclosure for those who don't know jerry if you don't you're you've missed out on an experience A bribe he. He was a stockbroker and he was not a professional broadcaster. But he i. I think just listening to that. And he's done it before it's truly classic. And i know that things have changed but i i remember sending the broadcast down jerry one time years ago. Obviously he's not worked with us for many many years. He got to leave when his folks who lived up in north carolina started to get a little older and a little sickly. But i remember tossing it down jerry. One time in a crucial situation and jerry. What what's the atmosphere like on the sidelines. And he said he likes. I'm too nervous. I can't talk great radio man. I mean i know things have changed but The craziest things are the ones that people remember. As you know what i can't tell you i got such pride Seeing that club and seeing you included because you you know you want to pay tribute to those who came before you but for young kids growing up over the last thirty years you are the voice of the crimson tide and I dare say the greatest period alabama history. I have been blessed. Your i'd have had the opportunity to call sporting events at the school and you're right it is arguably the greatest Ura in crimson tide sports history. So i'm i'm thrilled and lucky to be here in the lord willing. I'll be here for many many more years to come. We hope so. Y what a pleasure to talk to. You can't wait to see you always my pleasure. You come into town this weekend. Aren't you will Heading to bama. Right now i can't wait to To get maybe we'll see in the press box you take care yourself thank you eli. What a pleasure. Eli gold They legendary voice. I i know he. He didn't wanna take any credit for it But i was not. He's not joking. He gave me my first radio job and look at me now. Still trying to make a living. We will take a break. More of your phone calls at eight five. Five to four to seven to eight five greg mcelroy coming up in about forty five minutes listening to.

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US OKs New Use for Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 Treatment

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

US OKs New Use for Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 Treatment

"Federal regulators have approved a drug from Eli Lilly as a preventative medicine against Kobe eight nineteen it's a new use for Eli Lilly's monoclonal antibody drug combination bam bland never mad but and at a seven map previously authorized as a treatment for high risk patients who had contracted cobit nineteen now under an emergency use authorization the medicines can be used to prevent disease in people who have been recently exposed to the virus age twelve and over earlier this summer a similar drug made by competitor Regeneron was authorized for preventive use antibody drugs are one of the only treatments proven to reduce the risk of death from Kobe nineteen demand for those drugs has boomed as the delta variant has sent cases searching Jackie Quinn Washington

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The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've been a sports fan all of my life, but I've actually gone from being more of a rabid sports fan to just a casual fan over the years. But the other night when I heard the news about the new ESPN Monday Night Football mega cast with Peyton and Eli Manning, I had to check it out. And I think I saw the future of sports broadcasting. With that said, I actually did sports play by play in college, thought about doing it professionally, but I saw it the other night and said this is where we're going. Sure, there may always be a play by play guy at professional like what I once was, but sitting there listening to two guys just casually watching a game and then all the plays don't really matter. But what they said mattered more. It may not be patent in Eli which everybody say it works because their brothers and works so well together. But imagine just doing this with all different sports. Having different ways to watch the game. Sure, there may be one traditional play by play going, but imagine being able to do this with a lot of pro players and having visitors come in and out and being a part of the gang. Feel like you're right there with them on the couch or in the bar hanging out and having a good time. That's only ten games this football season on Monday night, but I think it's going to be huge.

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The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

The Future Of Sports (MM #3829)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've been a sports fan all of my life, but I've actually gone from being more of a rabid sports fan to just a casual fan over the years. But the other night when I heard the news about the new ESPN Monday Night Football mega cast with Peyton and Eli Manning, I had to check it out. And I think I saw the future of sports broadcasting. With that said, I actually did sports play by play in college, thought about doing it professionally, but I saw it the other night and said this is where we're going. Sure, there may always be a play by play guy at professional like what I once was, but sitting there listening to two guys just casually watching a game and then all the plays don't really matter. But what they said mattered more. It may not be patent in Eli which everybody say it works because their brothers and works so well together. But imagine just doing this with all different sports. Having different ways to watch the game. Sure, there may be one traditional play by play going, but imagine being able to do this with a lot of pro players and having visitors come in and out and being a part of the gang. Feel like you're right there with them on the couch or in the bar hanging out and having a good time. That's only ten games this football season on Monday night, but I think it's going to be huge.

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"eli" Discussed on The Toy Reviewer

The Toy Reviewer

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"eli" Discussed on The Toy Reviewer

"Off on what is beautiful day. I love this day. I love my house. I love my new ancient statue. I call a holo. who is. would you be nice. Sworn i'm here to say that my acid looks cooler than your had show does it. I'm hanging up. I beep can't believe it. He thinks that his epic is cooler than my job. Will you know what i'll show him. I'll show him. He doesn't know the eye of the most powerful ever at annapolis shown till the so. I'm gonna go ahead and sean line bumblebee. And hopefully i can stay him. I'm going to go to align that word house right. now knock knock knock open the door. Eli knock knock. Na thank you for letting me. I was at her house and i got the tone. So that's eli accused it'll be be no stopped a so. Oh that's eli night. Words would say slash biggest bully. You'll ever meet. He's always so full of himself and say best epic ever. Will you ally night ward my friend. Who's also the owner of him. I don't know why he would be friends of him. In a no reason i diary. Are you talking. Just take it off. pay hey. Hey do not mess with the joy of. You're the unifier bird. The smaller than i check again. I in the pera peak at time keeping mormon cozy. So i'm more cuter than the clips that you have some bad breath voice normal. I'm only choking someone how joking someone how i on. Thanks for having me. Money might sound like drawing turkey potion from my show. I will choose the green one. What is the right here. Who whatever mix of other options will happen. No power and i want power co. potions canoe dory. I won't make sunny. What is all critical. It combat make sense options together. Came exact sternum. Ganor gonna turn on some great. How care if you warn me or not ocean. I'm not i'm not mixing potions. I'm just by. I'm going to sublime who all mala an you because right now. I don't need to enter. You could just leave my mail in the front door. Oh going on all pat your voices dry again with called. I'll go check the mail. It's not a mail man. It's a boy. Blue hair blue hair off author stretcher on one his blue hair a stranger anyone who has blue hair besides the my voice..

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Rodón Wins in Return From Injury, White Sox Beat Jays 10-7

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Rodón Wins in Return From Injury, White Sox Beat Jays 10-7

"Carlos Roshan returned to the mountain allowed two runs over five innings of the white Sox ten seven win it's Ronald Rochon was reached for five hits hours after being activated off the injured list he hadn't pitched since August seventh because of a sore shoulder there's some limits on the dates for his pitch count how much we're gonna throw but goes that get out there I was I was shooting for six but got to five and it was good Louis Robert hit a two run Homer for the white Sox who also got solo shots from Jose a break you say Sir Hernandez and Eli Jimenez Tim Anderson had three hits and two RBIs Chicago gained a split of the four game set Marcus Semien homered twice for the blue jays who trailed nine two before a five run sixth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Eli Weinstein on Being Open and Vulnerable With Your Partner

LifePix Relationships With ST

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Eli Weinstein on Being Open and Vulnerable With Your Partner

"Do you find from the couples that you work with the biggest challenge. People have really depends. You know i'm not going to start. You know naming all the things that i work with as with couples but i've dealt with trauma sexual trauma in the passage impacting now family trauma that now is impacting communication. Or how someone might interpret the things that happened in their marriage as being dangerous or on irving even though it's not but i would say the biggest thing is communication and the openness and vulnerability to be able to have that to be honest with each other and to be able to have those feelings hurt and respected or some of the things that i see most often happened with marriages. So how do you recommend people to go and open out become vulnerable while what i would say that it really is about finding that safe place for the couple to feel safe to communicate so a lot of times it does take couples therapy to be able to have that person who is there to kind of be that referee or that safe person but sometimes i would make this really important caveat to couples therapy or relationship work. You don't have to be in crisis or the quote unquote end of a relationship to get help. I think that a maintenance kind of couples therapy is also great. Sometimes even the healthiest couples going to couples therapy just to learn someone's baby attachment styles. Communication styles love languages in things. That maybe they don't even aren't aware of as as a relationship but it doesn't mean the relationship is bad or unhealthy or destructive or abusive. It could just mean. Hey i want this to last longer. And i wanted to be really great while it lasts. I think is also something. People have a misconception. Myth that oh of to couples therapy relationship must be over. It doesn't always mean that sometimes it's just about making sure that things are going right.

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Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations

"Robin our here. And today we're going to be talking about a couple of analysts. Updates one from goldman sachs about their expectations for a day. I think those are kind of helpful. Just to get a sense of what institutions are expecting for events like that then we've also got a bit of an update on that yuan. Musk source city. Trial some news out of china and a couple of stores as well bit of a tougher day for tesla again. Today though the stock did recover some in the afternoon ended up finishing down about three percent. Six hundred and sixty five dollars. Seventy one cents. The nasdaq was also down today. Nine tenths of a percent. So i know feels like a rough week for tesla. But it's been kind of a rough week for all automakers looking at a handful here you can see. Gm down six for instilling tests down about four and a half percent. Volkswagen in neo down seven percent expand down six percent average across the board of those down six percent so desolate spent a little bit worse. But not really all that much especially given the context of the nitsa investigation as the interest from that fades from earlier. this week. Everyone is going to be turning their attention to a idea of course scheduled for this thursday. It'll be five. Pm pacific time eight pm eastern time. I do believe tesla intends to livestream it. We don't have those details yet. But i think eli had previously said that they would though i can't find that tweet at the moment i'd be shocked if they didn't and also plan on live streaming as well so as i mentioned goldman sachs last night. Put out a note with their expectations for a day and in their introduction. They did note that this is going to be a purposeful recruiting event. So hopefully that stands from tesla has kind of cut through to most investors and. I think that really helps to keep expectations a lot. More realistic in terms of what was going to be talking about as goldman sachs. They expect hustle to talk about five key topics which they outlined in this note. I they say they expect us to discuss its. Ai neural net now strained. I would agree. That is something that we've heard tesla talk about both at autonomy day and then if you followed andrea carpathia presentations. He's talked a lot about those sort of

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"eli" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"eli" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Straight evil and you know i want my daughters to not only understand evil but i want them to be able to identify it and be willing to fight against it and So those are you know. And i also want them to understand accountability and ownership. Because that was something. I had a hard time with alex. Young man taking ownership and accountability. When i screw something up and trying to deflect or pass blame or you know on somebody else. Because i didn't want to own it and i learned that the hard way and so that's another thing i think is really hard and i know a lot of adults that haven't figured that one out yet and so teaching my daughter's accountability ownership. Hey if you if you screw something up it's on you and take ownership of say. Hey that's on me. I should have done a better job before you start pointing the finger at other people. So those are a couple of the The things that we talk about in the crane house. Something i try to do to eli with. Mike is trying to you. Know something that my father. I could never imagine apologized to me for anything. But it's something that. I made a point to try to do especially with my older teenagers Says especially when. I punish the wrong kid for the wrong dangerous. I got that one wrong but you mentioned there to the child sex trafficking i. It's hard i have. My youngest is my only girl. She's six years old. It's so hard for me to think that this is such an epidemic that's going on in our world and in our country and we were just walking around as if nothing's going on here I it's earth shattering and the problem we're having at the border here with so many other kids now coming in with no parents no fathers no nothing and they're getting right incidents you're out there. What do we do here. i mean i how. What's your stance on this whole thing. That's going on down on the border and how it's affecting these young kids that are coming in here The parents are just shipping them across the border right. And that's one of the that's one of the reasons. I'm running for congress here in arizona because we do have we are a border state so even though this is a this is a nationwide issue. This doesn't stop at the border But arizona's getting hit really hard with it and you know it honestly it breaks my heart I'm a compassionate man. I'm a generous man. I don't blame people. At all. For wanting to come to the united states of america and try and get a slice of the american dream. You know i have a lot of. I have a lot of friends You know who have come here and Done very well for themselves in. It's one of the coolest things that i've ever seen. However every country should have the ability to be sovereign and that means to have borders into vet who comes in and who you know who doesn't and So i think that we not. We need to roll up the red carpet. It's been laid out by this current administration. I think that we need to take it seriously. It takes leadership you can't. You've had a president and a vice president that took you know took the vice-president months and months and months to get down to the border And some would argue. The only reason she did that was because donald trump was going to go to the border and This isn't to me. This isn't a political thing because it affects you know people of all walks of life in all neighborhoods and a countries number one. You know responsibility to its people is to protect its people and the the people down here are not being protected and the little kids that are getting trafficked over the border. they're not being protected. And at the same time the the drug cartels across on the southern border. They are getting rich. because ev. and i've talked to congressman. I've listened to Border patrol agents and others who say that every vehicle that comes across that border every person that comes across that border every bag adoped that comes across that border. The cartel gets a cut in all of it and so we're bolstering the cartel were supporting the trafficking of little kids You know and and and we're making the peop- were making these communities down. Here were overwhelming them and we're making their neighborhoods a lot more dangerous. And it's it's just it's awful to see. And i thank god for people like you getting it was i think maybe plato that said like the penalty for not getting involved in these political issues to be ruled by evil men. So i'm glad to see that or we have people that are willing to take this fight now for you. I know this is gonna take. Obviously you mentioned it's gonna take a toll. There's a sacrifice involved in this. How do you plan on balancing Being a dad being a business owner and now being a candidate for congress how did you on balancing all this out. Yeah absolutely. I'm i'm big on priorities. you know. I took time today to you. Know get into my bible and read it. I i went and got my little girl's doughnuts this morning I just launched my campaign this week. You know and I'm gonna get to go to go to dinner with my daughter for her birthday this evening. And it's it's just like making time for what's important to me. And if if that means that my campaign suffers a little bit or that i don't get back to every email or or even at the end of the day if i don't win this race that's okay. That's that's okay. Because i at the end of my life when i look back i want to say that my priorities were in check and in order and now if if dad is doing something like running for congress you know. I hope i've raised little kids little girls who are going to understand. Sometimes when you go big and you're trying to help a lot of people that sometimes means that the family has to sacrifice along with with dad and mob you know but That i think. I think keeping my priorities straight and just understanding that You know there are bigger things in life than you know. Sometimes the the goals that i set out to accomplish. And you know being keeping open lines of communications with my kids as we talk about. Hey this is why. Daddy's doing this And you know trying to spend that quality time with them. When i can. That's how i'm gonna try. Try to manage this. Yeah awesome eli. And as i mentioned here by youngest is my only girl so i'm curious to hear ya one of these. I struggle with is my disciplined with her. Because i disciplined her differently than i do. My three boys. So what. What type of disciplinarian are you as a dad and is that different than the discipline style that you grew up with. Yes sometimes i tell my wife you know. Sometimes i wish had little boys. Because i just i dumped them and be like a knock it off. You know i feel like sometimes. I feel like dr phil around my house walking. Okay how am i gonna. How am i gonna talk to my daughters about this. How am i gonna lower. You know my emotional level and try and really connect on an emotional level in still disciplined in.

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"eli" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"eli" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Episode. Five hundred eleven on the podcast. I am happy as always the be here with you by this. Is your first time. Listening to the podcast. Please get over there and bang. That's try but you do not want to miss all the action coming your way right here on. I last fatherhood alright dads. I have a very special frogman friday. Edition i his father. Who the hit you guys with today. Navy seal entrepreneur and now congressional candidate in the state of arizona. Eli crane joins me on the podcast. The last time i spoke with eli crane right here on i by his father who was way back on episode fifty. Three which is nearly three years ago now. I'm extremely honored to have him back on the podcast. Eli train is an american hero. Who served our country for thirteen years as a frogman. He went on five wartime deployments. Three of which were to the middle east would seal team tree after his time in the team's eli and his wife. Jen opened the company called bottle breeder making bottle openers. At a fifty caliber bullets they appeared on shark. Tank scored a deal and bottled richer is now a multi million dollar company. That employs and gives back to the veterans nationwide. I love everything that eli stands for. I couldn't be happier to see that he true is hat into this murky toxic waters that has become our political system here in america. Allies family man combat veterans successful entrepreneur. And i last father all the way. I'm honored to have him back on. The podcast he liked rain will be here with me and just a few minutes. Please stick around for the interview and today's interview wit- eli crane was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch my youtube channel. If you'd like to watch the conversation between myself and the navy seal congressional candidate please subscribe to first base. It on youtube link is in the description of today's podcast episode. And if you enjoyed today's podcast when eli crayon you have got to go back through the archives of the podcast here and check out so many navy seal dads will join me here on the podcast including jaakko willink. Marcus latrell.

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"eli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I decided this has to be done because this always comes up in the conversation I've decided that you start any Eli manning conversation with all the disclaimers let me get out the sheet of paper here with the disclaimers on it he lie manning is a nice guy Eli manning was very very durable and tough something that I admire about him as a quarterback Eli manning was a professional he lie manning was a guy who showed up to work every week Eli manning was never a a diva at the quarterback position so I did all the disclaimers because of things that I really believe about him and I admire about him I also admire that on one of the biggest stages in the world in New York he was pretty much spectacular as far as never having scandal never having you know problems going on with them only thing I ever had was that whatever had with that memorabilia scandal member that Anthony member the signed memorabilia stuff with the trainer I was couldn't believe how you can get more criticism for that yeah that guy that got just brushed under the rug because you know what the media does especially in big cities if they like you they brush things under the rug don't make a big deal of it don't push it too much and if they don't like you they will bury you with it so here's where I would go and I would tell you that that will Brinson one of our cohorts at CBS sports I think said it as well as anybody this week in the midst of E. lie hysteria that if you don't believe the lie man he's a hall of Famer you're absolutely out of your mind you're crazy how could you even have that opinion will Brinson put a really really well that you can believe that Eli manning will be a hall of Famer but you can also believe that he shouldn't be hall of Famer those two things can be together look I'll say writer you are many will be a hall of Famer again he's going to be one but you can also believe that he hasn't earned being a hall of Famer and I would just say the free line manning I'll I'll just debated simply with this a few of these numbers if you take a for hall of fame quarterbacks take their best five year span and say were you one of the best quarterbacks or running backs or wide receivers or defensive ends for a five year period not Anthony is my premise fair to say for a hall of Famer take take any five year period a five year run were you one of the most dominate your position that that would get you in the discussion of being a hall of Famers affair that's where I'm at okay and even at his best you I was never a top your quarterback in the NFL okay do you know that he lie between twenty eleven and twenty fifteen his best five years his best five year period that was his best he ranked nineteenth in the NFL in passer rating twenty eighth in completion percentage and fifteen ten wins and it's so funny because I hear people go win loss is not a quarterback stat that should be used yet the Eli manning propaganda machine all week was spouting out we'll go many wins he has he has as many way more wins and Joe Montana we grow how many losses to the have by the way that best five year period of his career okay he was seventeen TD passes but first in interceptions well that's it he never led the league in any major statistical category except for interceptions because both of them it was it was it was a turnover machine in the modern era I think he's the greatest turnover machine it was ever built he played fourteen full seasons you know how many times he was a top ten passer rating once once and that year he was seventeen twenty eleven he ranked twentieth or worse six times in his career six times out of fourteen years he was twenty or for worse and this is a number that I think is incredibly.

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"The United States states. All that stands out. My biggest decision was too great through Jewish communities my precision we started from Arthur next canoeing. We were we originally three ultra-orthodox and maybe some modern Orthodox like myself. But but I decided to open itself to every type person no matter who you are. It was very hard we started. Pa also pushed back well. I haven't move of people from the very old older. You don't worry about community. I Love I love every type of Mersin but some of them don't get and then throws a club and I actually had a very big put from a bunch of people who actually started fighting me about Elliot. How can you join? People are not sure or not only kosher or two vision and I told them that we are when. We're not a Nikola. We're lacing organization and anyone WHO NEEDS HELP. We should call and we only have volunteers and they went pushing back. This and a half ago the biggest robbery and he actually biggest was most respectable. Rabah me in the Ultra Orthodox community was Rabbi Elliot. Sheep and I sat by him and I'm very moderate guy. You see the fear of your pain shirt and I come over to this most religious rabbi Masurian and I told my vision about having non-jewish people nonreligious people volunteering and he was all for and he said of course we need to keep. Alaka mean he says keeping a means that if you how emerging on Shabbat you're not even think for one second you have to run the fastest could that's keeping and said Mesh Danger. For someone's life is more important than the hold for and he says whatever you do the right thing to do and he said you should give the midst of saving lives because if someone should think about how people are their lives change because became a cellphone tears and south. Rabbi Elliot. She was great. Meter is one told me joy any personal loss to save lives? And that's what actually gave me the the power to go against anyone who was about this when I joined Arab Elian crazy what are the liberal left wing then was a whole three of the Rabin everything the whole peace process. This has nothing to do with power with accepting of you mean you see the ones she not the the hurry side flipside is going to serve our community. Said guys come to me. We're going to help save is in your community and beyond like why were they. Lay you know like who are you? Like what validity there were you already saving lives in their communities. And that's Sawyer so it's interesting actually got a phone call from Morale Leon in in other Guy Mohammed Ashley a few Arab on. Here's from East. Jerusalem wanted to join so the funny part is one. Call me up. And he didn't have a good Hebr accident he actually called me up and he said what are they about. He said man. I want to join his eye so he I want to say lives blow is the Guy Opposite and I actually said to him this neat and he told me his story about his father having a heart attack in waiting fifty five minutes for help so they could help. Save my father but I promised myself that I'm GONNA learn to be here and save lives and I want to celebrate because that's the right way and I had chills together. They said you know what this is. This is this is God's call to join this guy I said how in the Solomon let's go ahead and do it and remember the first interview I had cable difference is completely different. You know. Americans varying volunteer on. They're probably the largest volunteer corps in the world. Anything isn't there. Israel is huge. We have forty five thousand nonprofits in Israel. We have thousands and thousands of maybe hundreds of thousands of volunteers in. Hopefully that'd be long. Every kid goes arming the three years. He volunteered pay. You'll get money. For hardly a nothing for Bisley and and you actually Yvonne Teary and people put their lives with Israel to build this country as volunteer. So these Arabs in Group. A little differently they don't army right so I interview them. I remember one of the funniest story. The has guy sites is our love your everyday. I said twenty four hours a day every day. Twenty four hours a day after me up also run up ceases to be. I'm so excited. How much money. We're getting promote here period. And he gets so excited when I told them money now. We got paid for gasoline zone. Target is going to cost them. Money loses his job. If he doesn't come to work your course whatever people more they give the better people. And that's how I created this society. Today we have five hundred fifty Arab gone. Here's in itself and is R- which is outstanding and it's growing more and more you know we have two years in Israel you're GONNA laugh. I don't know if anyone else was listening to this to incredible Arab. Here's one thing. Which is I don't know if you remember the head of the from us they would seen. He's an incredible of are over. There was accuracy. Could you do the other? One is the thraw of the same guys from our neighborhood. That's his name. But these guys are two Israeli. Arabs were very proud to be saving. Hundreds of Jewish allies in Andrew lives and they are partners realization and we have already guys and guys who are in in the Shimron and a meeting in anywhere you want around the country where there got so one last question and then we're going to wrap it up. Is What leadership qualities? Do you look for in people open ended. You see if you any volunteer is somewhat of. You're right they're not taking it upon themselves to lead by example they want to. They don't want to sit back and want to do something that is meaningful to them. So what what is it quite qualities that he looked for? So we have hundreds of leaders disorganization all built around people who are the call. Coordinators were handled the visions or different. It's like if I compare made of leaders right and people actually hundreds of the Rally Hashi who are leaders of divisions smaller. One group is two hundred years on the hands. Ever had someone in charge of fifty. And you know it's a much leaders. The thing I look the most important thing in leadership in my opinion persons from all angles on a humble leader sort of vision. Because I think the key to leadership is a humble person and you could teach a lot of people to do if they have a very egoistic they cannot be leaders in the volunteer organization. They can be good leaders in army because you listen to ours and it's completely different than in. Sala sell us all of that. You have to respect the people who actually your leaders if you don't if you're leaders respect you if you leaders humble..

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"The next question so the fact is that the united in the reason why he says united like I mentioned earlier is here uniting. Everyone is jus. It's not. Just the Arabs is not just a religious religious. They're all working to get right. Which is a fascinating. You really have that. We have hospital for sure. It was all different types there. But you don't really have that any cohesive organization like you're here so how did you have that messaging transcend right? How were you able to breathe the air bone and it's not just in East Jerusalem? It's it's everywhere. Well easy phase of the hospital in this but you pay people to be workers paying Arab workers to work. Jews workers paid being strike and leave the hospital. We don't pain rebate zero. This taxi driver. Who's out to emergency calls? And he loses money by not working on emergency cool we got thousands of people who are coming in after the cise only that sometimes come from hostile opposite sides of that now Arabs. Jews lived juice juice. Okay let's talk about above envision. It's and they have to business to to her and they have to advise about everything and everything is like now into politics and everything in the religious society. People don't get along together. Some of the same show. Impreza same shows his other people we have opposite sides who were usually night and get married with each other like they wouldn't even have a marriage with the children together now because of the United Potala they love each other and then we have secular Jews who would never have anything to do with religious Jews tremendous hatred between the groups Israel unfortunately because maybe the politicians right maybe yes. Maybe it's the fact that some some I I don't believe signed believe everyone for hatred. Hatred is easy to happen in Europe. How hatred created such such a devastation for the whole year Israel. We don't we have a lot of unfortunately a lot of houses between people and I realized if we find something that's come a common interest for all of us they will join it and then I realize I could have areas were hardly hill Hebrew but they wanna say lives and they want to own tier in saving lives which is the highest level of a seato settlers and have guys who don't believe in God and everything else joy in four or this organization we will we will actually created this society Israel and our society of United itself. Me On biggest changes in this country is there is nothing else like liking that. I know of that so diverse from sock Murtha Seton to secular Jews from keyboards through probably own pastor. Young people were and then from settlers in Rome to Arabs in east Jerusalem and Christians and Druze and everything in between men and women have men and women certain gather even in the religious society if the rating women doing work as volunteers and refining emergencies. Some of these women are not even allowed to dry because they are saving lives. They actually the rabbis because it's very very different society that used to and some of them women on the air woman don't drive but now because they'll say reminds actually driving now weekday driving one billion dollars if you'd give them Dr Shamma but if you give them a to save some light value second thought and they will actually drive save lives. Espn question is that our Hassidic or is that Jewish or is that religious commodity incur- once they're in this organization united. Go to live questions on. Chaba o'ryan keyboard which for any other reason they were able to drive. And so you know we we two minutes. I'm going to try and get a little bit more in some of that. Made an impact on you as a leader father. The father is a young kid. America's growing up in lower east side and my father realized that war in Europe and getting slide. But he's a kid and my father went ahead and he started reading money through an organization that doesn't exist anymore but it was called by the hudsell avert civil out. I mean it was a solid society in in America that was actually created the same Jews Jewish sites from your running away from you and I am. I remember my father telling stories is it. Is it how the kid and my father told me. That actually was influential things on me. I said my father was an easy to raise money. Who could use resahd with you when people go ahead and support you maybe awesome historian? My father said many times through my father out of their businesses and said that you're the Jews in Europe don't interest. They're not our problem. My father went into diamonds. Store at school stores. Garmin swords in in Manhattan. May I grew up in lower east side? And you cover. The push is Sada- box and how the Jews in Europe and this is a big organization had solid. Rubber Hutler is involved with all the big rabbi's Alison many times. You so in crying stores and people said you know what the Jews in Europe. How many let them take care of their own? And my father said I never in this is how did you the strength of going continuing in and and anyway into a store and someone was crying and he said I want to help and he saw he had story the people said. I don't have money but everything in there. Were giving five dollars. Which is a lot of money in it and it would say. Please save a Jew by my father's very young kid. And when I heard these stories they grew up and they said if I know people's lives depend on my work I will never do even if it's very very hard very hard situation. Fly All around the world is whereas ation as a huge Turkey in use seventeen hundred emergency. Today it costs a lot of. Mirna operate this organization but everytime I not and I need someone and I asked for money I always think of my father but he was a young boy asking for money to save Jews in Europe now. My father was actually very proud. Not only saving Jewish people. Maybe everyone which is the most Jewish. They'd whenever I hear anyone says to me your problems. It is interest me managers or people find excuses. Why not to support? I have the book. I'm writing when they want support. Anything and people could find many many excuses not to support an interview. The other people make good friends. That amazing guy elected and many other organizations that are great people. None of these people have an easy job. They work hard. They believe in the mission and they've never give up. If you give up give up. This is something so important followers my example for everything until what was one of the more important issues with the United States states. All that stands out. My biggest decision was too great through Jewish communities my precision.

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"The biggest ad that I think is amazing is that I think the last time I ready's they saved over three million lives which is just a phenomenal. If you put it in context how many people that actually is especially in Israel. So Elliott Welcome. I hope I covered everything. If not feel free to place your background first of all thank you very much excited about a thank you my pleasure. So podcast is definitely a new form of getting your story out there and really trying to get people to understand what it takes to run create in to run the United States. So we're going to jump right into grownup. Were you active active leader? We will leader at all or were you just more on the behind the scenes guy. You know kept quiet. Yourselves like up in Jerusalem and those looking for new initiatives to coming up new ideas in school. I came up with a lot of new things and I always saw myself in a leadership role in more as a nun this in study part but more of the social part. And that's how I got into really shines more growing up in a lot of need to bring in new things like I even have the basketball court at school so we didn't have. I remember fighting in creating it ourselves to do think it started from very young. Got It so you know I know the story of what made you create. Your father was sick. I mean I wanNA talk a little bit about. That is the heroine the went right. So when did you realize that you wanted to get more involved or did he say that you found the need or avoid in emergency response but something happened in China really change? The way of of mine direction was hours. I was a child. I grew up in bike behind appearance. For American everything was great loving family and then they had parapak very close to. Where and I remember child's the I remember like just happened yesterday. The terrible bus blown up and people killed in many people were hurt in. I remember the trauma police months and this is one of the biggest travel is. Our neighbor never suffered from him by begun a number twelve bus in growing up. I always said to myself one day I WANNA go save some fly so that led me to want to bid via volunteer and that eventually fifteen years old. I went to volunteer in the back of nameless in again to be the dome realize that it's very difficult to save anyone's life being able to have a lot of shit on the back of the assistant who in a like a first aid give caregiver and icy go help a lot of people but never really got to save anyone them to serious emergencies. Hard sedans and heart attacks strokes by the time we came to emergencies are not about civil emergencies where people could just wait for our minutes when we came to emergencies where people's lives depended upon our help. We never really need to write down. I was very serious young boy and I used to write down the mouth of took us to get emergency and and it came up with incredible statistics. That mankind from you minute. We received a call until we arrive. It's an average of seventeen minutes. I don't know about you know people have name green but I never met anyone. Wait for them reading. So so you always see you have that right and so you're doing your part to really get involved and all of a sudden you're seeing the void right you see. There's an issue identified the issue very similar to the right problem right. You see you see the responsibility that you really not getting their enough soon enough to really seem them. Right is more you know. So what did you then do that? In what did you realize you tell them up? The higher ups did you. Where did you go from there? Well that time. I had a tragedy our involved with doing CPR. Seventy boy who showed was having lunch and we will handle is available to respond to emergency and the mother was hysterical waiting for us to come savers son for her to look like a three hours. But it's only twenty one minutes to arrive and both how every set of working title and we were crying while working on his job. It wasn't an easy. Cpr CPR. Anyone in hard but when you in for one hundred year old man. It's much easier than doing it for seven year. Old Boy and the seven year old boy didn't die from a bad or a terrible illness. Kid died for most simple things to save and we were the first one to start helping twenty one minutes after it happened while a doctor was the same law walking his dog. He didn't even know this kid. Suffocating to death and he died and after that incident. I realized that so many people walking around emergencies the ambulance on the way to save his people but these people who could save them don't even know about an inland systems where McGee other systems in the world. We want to keep that information. They don't want anyone else to know someone needs help. Because it's their business. They transport they make money out of the trend for every single ambulance. In Israel transfers emergency make money from IT IN AMERICA. A lot of all allow to make money from transfers so they get a call. Their best interest of their organization. Responded to that. Call and no other ambulances. If I call a Liv- realize it's nine minutes. They're not going to send verbal could be tubing so realize and alleges are really really important on the process of saving lives but Harley saved one and they don't get the fast enough and they don't share information on people who good. I came to actually offered many years ago as a child I was sixteen years old. I said guys we have hundreds of all here's others were para medicine army and others. Why don't you just openly share information? Anyone who could respond to emergencies this way. 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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"Like one of the highlights that you thought like wow you know I did? I even think that was possible when I started so some of the water because I I didn't know anything about water. I become somewhat knowledgeable about it and to change the water catastrophe that this was basically catastrophe. Asif Bowie I didn't notice the recently when I read a book called be watered by a sequel that in the history of the world no civilization -tations faced a water catastrophe and survived. The the Jewish people had nowhere to move so we had to deal with a catastrophe and so prices Mrs presented catastrophe and I said how we were able to make those changes. The negative sixty percent of the land of Israel sixty and only six percent of the population was there today. We started working for Chevron eighteen years ago it was one hundred ninety. One one thousand people losing three presenting a year today. It's two hundred fifty thousand people the fastest growing city in Israel and Jewish National Fund. The bill the seven Mile River Walk just opened a twenty nine Acre Lake Shop where I will tell you where we sat. There was nothing but garbage. There and we Abraham's will. There was the lock fences is three hundred ten thousand visitors we have a thirteen thousand seat. Amphitheater we've changed the the image of Beersheva together with the people showed up and we can walk it are people are lay. People can kill you the streets of show the restaurants and the places because they don't don't stay Justin bieber crucial I am. They're going to Russia. I who would've imagined that when I saw the lane open last month I right and looking at eleven years of my life I tell you the details of the plan. I could tell how deep it is. How many screws and cement we use? But I'm always amazed because when you're able to do it you say well and then you look around at the people that did with you and they're saying well and then they're saying let's go to the next one let's go to the next one and so away. Inspiration comes from that excitement that it's not ever looking at anything anything and saying well done. It is well we done. Let's keep going. That's how the Jewish people been around for thousands and thousands and thousands of years. I agree with that and I told him one more your management style. I mean do do you. you courage creative thinking I mean you you definitely are not a one man shop right. You have a team of all team professionals and executives senior management. So I will tell you that I only want people who are going to come in and challenge. There's no desirer you'd cannot stand to around Russell Robinson if you're not ready to come toe to toe and challenge. I wanted to be prepared. I will in you got any my people work for me. I will challenge. Angela and I will really go toe to toe with you on because I want you to come back and be prepared if you're not gonNA go back to prepare but if you're coming chameleon with the problems without even thinking solutions you will not lasted a Russell Robinson if you're coming to be with problems with potential solutions it may not be the solution that we may have have to work it out. But don't come to me with the problem when you thought solution look at and be part of. We have a great executive management team. So I'm very very proud to. It's not like a token I mean I have the same amount of women I do. Men My new seal always a young woman Aw CBO's the guy's been with me for the day I started. We have all different kinds of people from different backgrounds and we come together and sometimes it becomes some heated pieces. That's great and we're all into that. Let's come come a solutions when you when you bring people on what qualities you will. I view them as leaders in their own right or them you know what are the some of the qualities I mean. There's two part question is you know what do you look for when you bring people on you know into your company besides extending total too. I totally get right. You don't want someone who's just against person. Yes people want people who want to become. I want people who can see issues. I want people. I interviewed a lot. You're telling me why here at such a great place and I'm sure you know that could be part of the addition to just. I don't want to change. Thanks no organization should ever sit on wanted has our from our it department small it department but our systems of software where what we've created is something unbelievable every day we're challenging ourselves to be better to our operation weak moment half by the way I have. We have fifty seven offices. This is rallying United States but we have zero square footage. What does that mean? Is that our people work in four administration centers handle awesome so if you call Denver Colorado. You're calling Van Nuys California when you have an event in Denver Colorado with fifteen hundred people coming up. One patient comes out of Denver. It comes out of Van Nuys California. Now what invitation goes back to Denver. It goes to the bench. Platter is in California the Administration. Help all the information sir. I have my people in Denver who are working in the fundraiser in the programmatic but we have four administration centers. That about that means because today's world you don't need to. They have that whole day of somebody's sitting outside of your desk and have to have people that are competent to do the work. So that when you go to a gain of Denver go to Jennifer Ben in Seattle or New York work they look the same they feel the same. It's the same professionalism different ministry centers and by the way when there is a snowstorm in in Chicago which is one of our centers and they can't go to work. The phones are switched over by four. That's a lot of of different kinds of working models that you you have to happen. It's the twenty first century model. All of our communication on marketing. Were were you know we we look at it. How do we share with? What's going on with Israel Moon? Learn to win special in uniforms is putting on a Jane something Janus. It's going the same. Google search thing that comes from our executive management that's great professionalism and that's the challenge. We have to keep changing God and so one of the things that I was reading. I was researching this. You work a lot are with disabilities or working. What made you what made you WanNa go there representing not just one doe for this one aspect aspect right? You're focused on a number of different things and that was back to the Jewish aspect. I mean we're a nation but it had to get involved with the work with disabilities great question because it's A. It's a question about the way you started vision so I constantly get a story that we don't do any projects we do. Vision and under vision are a lot of projects. I'm working disability. They'll give you for instance and how it works. We don't do disabilities in Jerusalem Salaam or Tel Aviv or Haifa. Somebody tell you the difference. The difference is is that we do a one of our affiliates laid negative. It's a place there's nowhere no. We're like it on the face of the earth for people mental Disabilities Rehabilitation Hospital. There and I can tell you for hours. It's the finest place on the face of the earth. The residents for the family for everybody and it was an iphone and talk about it or we shall I more but it's an offer king and when it started off a keen had community of twenty eight thousand with an unimplemented twenty five percent when Ali gives complete with Israel. Bill Taste also be over thousand house. Employees almost three hundred and fifty of them will be dodgers versus when we started of kingdom doctors. Nurses Seventeen now so you get change in the entire area and population and to a triple Mitzvah. Help people disabilities when you were working with our therapeutic riding center for down in the Ara Bob. It's because if you have a family of five and one of the members of the family have disability. What do you do you move? If if there's no services you know what this five we're going to population growth. So we are working with disabilities also a rippling effect of what our vision issues and so. It doesn't come out of nowhere.

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"About the Zionistic Opportunity as put getty to that point and Saint Yourself. You know what you Don Alley is just not good enough for me. I want to help others make all and this is the has this vision. I have you know when you take you to come to come to that so a few weeks after the tragedy and a few weeks of just feverish conversations with people. I registered as a nonprofit. I didn't say anything to anyone in my shoe or anyone on my board and And I took a good look. I think for their two different types I leaders. Are you talking about our leadership. PODCAST leaders who have genetic code that their foreign to lead and they just have that charisma that people follow them anything. There are other individuals that have maybe that dormant genetic code and that when they attach themselves to have caused and they're honest to their strengths and weaknesses and they linked themselves to that. 'cause they tried to move mountains and I did a true real bill analysis of what my strengths and weaknesses were and I think besides being passionate about a cause and knowing fully every detail about that caused because the worst thing is suspend all your effort and and energy into something realizing that thing exists two blocks now is equal to those two components is finding a partner due to complement and supplement some of your your your talents in your skills and a couple Tony Gilbert at that time share temp shared with him dream of doing something Tony was in Boca's well Commun- of Mine Hill shared with him after some of the research that I did I did a lot of research I wrote an on a sign nondisclosure with the Jewish Agency I went up to New York for a couple of weeks looked at all the doormat files of people who made alley who wanted to make didn't move. How'd you even get how'd you? How'd you get there? How the headphone the end? No pump sharing with you. Find Away Person. Okay keep on knocking on doors when you are a Michigan to something when you Michigan on something you don't take no for an answer Found a someone to donate their time in the market research company. BBDO someone has some time on their hands and they did a full analysis of some of the statistics that to their table. The files of people who who wanted to go and never actualized are Elian people move came back looking at the retention rate instead of them as well and analyzing it and then once I realized that there could be a solution presented to this. And I bought it to Tony Gilbert and I said and my crazy here my crazy where am I in something. And he kicked it around for a bunch of days zone team came back and said not only. You're onto something but I'll be your partner and that was not where I was addressing but it was fantastic because I realized how much I needed him in certain holes that I had for my own. Well what was always Tony's his background Tony's background is as a marketing genius And he's a tremendous least successful businessman and his detachment from day. One is I'll be connected to this if we run it as a business business with a heart but this is not the run like a non-profit which we'll get to a little bit later on which has really up my game a bit of how I what I've learned over the years and how wage rest this institution and I think a lot of our successes that we don't treat it as it's a regular non-profit but we treat it and run it like a business Business with a heart and so once once I got Tony on board. Then we then we went to Israel and we want to make sure that there was a relativity on Israel's side because what we're doing to stop you basically saying since nineteen forty eight you guys don't really know what your that your entire orientation into Elliott in Israel has been this and we Americans sitting comfortably in Boca Raton. Florida coming to teach you how to do it differently even though we have never than anything anything in the world and immigration took a lot of guts in a lot of Chutzpah. And in retrospect it was ridiculous that we actually did it and we've bounced around from different personalities. The president of Israel. It's the Prime Minister of Israel to economic minister. Israel's foreign affairs chief rabbi and and through Tony's connections as well and other connections we were able to manage orchestrate these meetings and the resounding response that we got from everyone is. We need this desperately. We don't know how to do this. And that mitigated the risk of it for me. It's still an what are we. HOW ARE WE GONNA put it into action action and then slowly getting traction and then we've raised like every every dollar I was raising was raised? Ten MM fifteen thousand dollars for me. That was astronomical took out a few bunch of full-page ads the newest Jewish newspapers just to see if there was a response to to my email to my mailing address post office address. Hundreds of applications hundreds of letters started coming in so so empirically hit an artery. Not only was there a statistically on the Israel side from that incredible Chutzpah but we hit an artery of a neat. So once you have passion doc and once you know that there's a need on both levels on the Israel audience in the immigrant and the clients themselves and you have a partner that's willing. Who complements some of your strengths and weaknesses I felt that after a few more months of kicking the tire on this idea that it was time to tell L. my congregation that I was leaving and I left them in January two thousand and two and exclusively focused on neff. FM The two thousand and January to July ninth two thousand and two six seven months and made Ali on the first plane. I plan on four hundred. Nineteen people are jumbo debt. Prime Minister of Israel is waiting for us on the bond didn't anticipate that at all huge fanfare chunks of Energy and celebration and then the next morning like what the hell do I do now. Four hundred nine thousand people move through different countries because you promise on something. And what about the next cohort. That's coming and you might have had a shoestring budget and you might have had four or five staff members working for you now. This is is this just a fluke or is this a real institution the next seventeen years just until modifications except but again so a lot of it in business also a lot of it is follow your passion. Follow your the best type of businesses. Something that you're passionate about you're able to really. It's not considered work per se. It's considered just you try to build and fulfill the fill your dream etc and so you know getting to that right and you know the first plane like you're saying you had forty nine people follow you because that's what they were doing and and then as time went you know I it. It became really a out. Say like What I'm looking for? It became like A. It's escaping me now but you know it. Spread like wildfire became it became. It became exactly so that it became something where people are really following it saying you know what even I remember back then. I had a friend of mine. Who seem like? Oh you know what I wanted to make all yup but servers to able to really help me out. And he made Aliyah and he's been here ever since You know so you know. When did you realize that you know you had to do more than just what you you do? The fourteen of the one plane came and then the second plane. And when you start sending even more so as you head to build a following following that'll eat it really there in America great to finally getting out there speaking getting people to buy into the dream by what to do and there's a a ton of skepticism. I'm sure I mean skepticism. When I started a Leon with a four letter word I remember when I was trying to garner support not only financial support within community I spoke at A? I'M NOT GONNA say institution that we all love spoken institution and I start speaking about North American Elia somehow bribes some until me to speak for five minutes at their board meeting and the CEO of the of the institution said. We don't say that word. We don't say North.

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"eli" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome to Eli Majeed who runs a thing called Eli T. infected he like tell me about he lied to you tell me about your life yes so I'd formally worked as a plant biologist about miss and I started the light T. on the side I opened up a store in downtown Birmingham were quick service modernity cafe we can get a any Cup a tea hot iced as a tea latte bubble tea or you can buy that T. involved to take home we specialize in everything from the every day you know you're all grace or to the exotics you know things from rare harvest from Hawaii or Taiwan to panic center yeah you know I like to people like to throw that out saying like you know T. verse coffee and I like to think of as my customer is everyone ten AM on word you know that's a good way to think of it because I try to set up a drinking coffee when I get off the air from a morning show which is nine o'clock I I kind of pride myself in that drinking coffee at any other time later in the day T. would be a nice substitute there's something about TI don't you think bill that eve T. is set it's like smoking a pipe you know it's kind of contemplated if you're kind of idea there's definitely a ritual to eight yeah I don't know I I can't try to sipping tea smoking a pipe together but you know I understand where you're going just reaching for straws here I'm just say there's something if you drink tea well I I drink tea in a different way than I drink coffee I think that's right coffee is fuel in the morning I am convinced that I am addicted to coffee first thing in the morning if I don't have coffee first thing in the morning I don't feel right especially doing a morning radio show on no sleep I would agree so keep the studio cold and I drink the coffee and to me that's the way it is if I choose a T. later in the day that's a whole different thing it's not like oh boy I'm not gonna get through the day without my tea it's I think I'm going to enjoy a fine Cup of tea and I think that's I've heard that's when you do your best thinking and so that's you know it's very good and I I I yeah I did do very little thinking but if you could actually drink from a collection one of one hundred ethically sourced fees from around the world have you might actually drink a little bit more that is about that yeah we Kerry about yet near one hundred loose leaf teas there's no tea bags everything's in its raw Lee form everything we only for the teas if they are flavored are flavored with flower petals or oil extracts of there's no high fructose corn syrup good under a we have a tea for everyone you know if you're looking for a green tea and black tea something high and caffeine loan caffeine something spicy something fruity we're gonna find it for you and I gonna find your Cup of tea how would one knowledge of your regular electoral gray and we just you know you drink normal like how does how do people expect you would recommend because I you know people get set in their ways of getting a try but we always try to find some you know customer something new so you know if your great teacher tea drinker you want try something new we have a great but I'll lavender grey is a little fun twist on a classic girl gray or we do lady grey and in the spring season you know.

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"About being part of a state that's insistently you know de-legitimize and attacks everything everything I do. It was done with my Zionist because of love for this country to slam people L. History Segue into the I was reading. I think one of the interviews with the GTA no the coli very zillah old users responsible. Another another who resonates with you. Well and I and I definitely hear that you know you know one of the things like you are almost like a default fought leader without even knowing it though I mean you know i. It's taken quite by. They said I mean because you know a lot of people argue and the people are fooled was a great one of them. zillah recall there are a lot of people here but no one has a big of a voice in a sense that you do in terms of I and I'm saying now in sense of you know you have over fifty thousand people following you and giving you Israel Jewish Congress giving your stature in terms of what you're doing now on the community side you know there are a lot of people looking to you in terms of what you say carries weight. Do you feel feel pressure with that. I mean did you feel that there's or you say you know what I am am. I'm GonNa do what I believe in and I don't really care. If they follow they follow I believe Churchill Churchill Churchill once said reporte but you have enemies good that means you stop something some time in your life you know. I wear my heart on the sleeve. I everything. I've tried everything I say. I mean you know. He comes out of a desire to make Israel's case he comes out of a desire to not just important sort of in this dichotomy it's not just as is a way to to respond to the haters detractors. Let's spread lies in you know Trying to get them is the very essence of the Jewish state Whether it's boy could attacks Semitism Holocaust denial misinformation about what's happening with a rockets could But on the other hand it's also as a way to promote his and it's critical for me. It's a platform to tell Israel's story and and we have an amazing story we have compelling story of a powerful story detail you know. It's not only an indigenous people who change our homeland two thousand plus us through pogroms exile and Holocaust and Anti Semitism. But you know where people that have rebuilt a nation built land. Where our economy Al Entrepreneurship innovation is the envy of the world? We have incredibly dynamic cultural seem We have a musical artists confirmed the world we had Argentina's Lionel Messi Plan Be God himself in came here to supply power via religious is. Okay have but we have an incredibly beautiful storytelling. This incredible diversity you've of people of a melting pot of cultures of Jews that have come from all over the world literally me from Australia. America juzef come from Europe. Europe come from North Africa have come from Arab countries South America South Africa. And you know we've come here because we are at the last minute where we're united by a common history common action to the Slann to a religious faith our history our very identity. which for me stems from him and and you know when I go online online all his proudly as someone who is a proud Zionist than someone who will always tell the truth however difficulty it might be sometimes but I will tell the truth and I will make sure that I correct those spread lies and misinformation trying to take us but send Tom? Also China Nine on engage with people trying to tell our story and you know what it means to live here and you know why this is such an incredible place so you know and everything. You're saying I agree with you. Just want to point out give it to give it time. So with Israel Jews Congress so and why don't you tell us more about it. I don't know how many people are familiar with it. But give a little bit more background on on the objectives you doing and some of the outreach and some of the things that your combating worldwide and he get others to get more involved in New York I should probably say no when I'm when I'm online I'm online sqi and wear many hats but when I'm online primarily mine in my personal capacity but of course I also many other hats with respect to the Jewish Congress. I think it's a very unique. In very special organization it was started in two thousand twelve by number of AH prominent. These came together and my found something that was missing. You know we have many very unique so many fantastic organizations Pro Israel Jewish organizations outside of his. That's tremendous important work. In terms of supporting reporting Israel in terms of reaching out to his thing is many ways they look from the outside towards Israel whereas an Israeli based organization look from Israel to the outside we look to them so the primary purpose You know we start off to act as a bridge between Israel and Jewish communities in the desperate focusing specifically on Europe because Europe has found those spas mechanism or infrastructure should those lectuing riches in America behalf that presence in Europe it was lacking on the one hand within Europe itself to connect the Jewish communities but most specifically also connect those communities here with Israel. So many ways you know we've sought to act as a as a voice to those Jewish communities in the best in Europe to bring back concerns is ready officials. Might this lead us. We bring a lot of allegations whether it's focusing focusing right now in December bilious on Jewish life tampering on the island all sorts of different things But also Outside of it is very critical to work is to support his intention community and that includes everything from Going to the UN where you know been fortunate or unfortunate speaking number of times on behalf. it's so can we the parliamentarians from Europe It's also by the way working closely with American Jewish community and American league should because because we also understand that you know again Augusta the coal. We're doing we are one people and you know. Take the view that if Ju- is assaulted tittle attack in Europe. It's the same as if you anywheres attacked and we all need to come together because what had what starts off corner right. A pocket of Europe will then spread like disease like cancer throughout the rest of the society. So you know we work closely with American Jewish community in in different elements and also with a American elected leaders because Africa's is mostly urban exclusive move but also understanding that America has tremendous tails well has tremendous influence. What is happening in Israel and the effect of the You know how we can use that In a European audience help provide Israel's position of greater understanding. So so what are the some of the stuff our responsibility you know. In a sense offense representing Israel to the to the Jewish community right so are you educating them on different aspects of Life or your life or you try to teach them some of the culture like what are you going to the communities for you teach them what the talking points like what needs. I'm just just try to a little bit more of you know if so what the messaging any sense I'm looking. We'll subjective you that day those communities on the ground Nor what works. Best for them. I don't presume and would for seconds to go in any community whether it's in Europe or America And tell them what's best for them. I know what's best for them. We work with them to chime funnel way to amplify that and to empower them. Essentially so they say You know sites initially Semitism oral or disobedience campaign We ask them Kay. How can we help you? And you know whether it's to bring Israeli lawmakers and officials places in Europe to tell that case to tell that story whether it's to act as a as a conduit for information right now give you very concrete example right now. We had the last week made the rocket bombardment. And you know we all sit communities and friends friends and allies. It's not just Jewish approach rock groups in Europe as well Jewish community. Especially asking you know. What can we do you stand with us? We want to stand with Israel's well how can we help so you know..

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"You really feel it as a nation right you feel and it could be a good or bad you know you feel it even and it's something that I always find amazing things in America Australia to you'll have all happy holidays and Christmas and Chabad Shalom. I mean you you feel much more. A part of an that's for me. Is that aspect that comfort that that ability I agree completely not the Jewish holidays when I was living outside of his roller respected understood appreciate but didn't quite have an instructor. It didn't strike the National Court. But you know again on this things at once I moved. I'm living here. I stand and I feel that all these whole it is at the end of the data that tied to connection to this land to thousands of years of connection to the to the slanderous. This country was people the other example I give because Two thousand twelve months Mallya We had Of course the war with a US November two thousand twelve fan myself in a bunker. Shelton's there at the time and and the guy next to me Housework us were from US probably really regretting now. Making I in Sydney way. My biggest concerns way. Knock which pub to regard the team deluge but I was absolutely not. This only reaffirms might decision because this is my country missiles. Some people and I'm going to be with them when they're under fire and I'm going to be with them when we are rejoicing and celebrating and heavy because of the day. As you said we are one people and its community so our that. No this is a pitch for those listening. I'm saying to myself at every we're very proud. WanNa come home. He speak to us. We're happy to help you out to our pleasure is it's not. It's not a problem we'll even again. If you're looking for a job we'll hook you up with it but let let's keep moving so you know it's interesting you're saying you know so you organize rally and that really struck something in you so you make all these then. Did you start really really getting more involved than we're going to talk a little bit about digital presence. It's really strong. I mean not only that but you are taking all your talents that you have outside the digital world debate skills etc and you bring it there and you don't back down from anyone. I mean you are just like which which is I mean. It's good was there aren't a lot of people out that do that right. People are timid and people are a little bit afraid people are like. I don't want to rock the boat and I'm not sure if it's the right thing to say I mean but there is a responsibility and again I don't think I don't know if you realize it or not but people definitely look to that and say okay. What is he saying right? What are you saying that we can then use as other people go and debate other people? I mean so how did you start. How did you start seeing that In using using twitter as a platform to really fight anti-semitism. I'm looking man. I started picking up on social media as a professional tool Probably around two thousand eleven doesn't tend to living. I chose working ton as a research fellow and a lot of time with the UN the Palestinians of time which is starting their whole Medal statehood. You know a lot. A lot of things were happening and understood. You know not everyone gets the news from the radio or through print press which time it's it's published sorority old press Especially especially dealing with young people and you want to reach the audience You have to use the language took platforms and you know they. Were you know people that are looking to social media for that means. They're looking for their. You know Cuba social issues. You'll having a lot of influential people from diplomats government officials in media Our online trying to Make their presence. Who are trying to connect trying to present their that position saw understood that's a platform You know that I need to be present and you know just you know. quit with fighting on semi battlefronts today. Now with fighting with soldiers. Fighting guys The terrorists in Gaza with fighting in the diplomatic notes that were fighting in diplomatic circles the UN of fighting and courts through with fighting economically. Through through boycotts. That's but nor less important fighting on the on the digital battlefront which the come increasingly crucial meets. It's always been something very important from more or less about ten ten years ago in suppose time and we can talk more fuel and sort of building that presence about engaging people about representing what Israel means to me in In in when it comes down to what am dates It's a it's a platform for me to util Israel's story and what my what my vision idea of that story is and you know. It's something that I think. We're fine increasingly prevalent increasingly out there Whether it's funds computers harms people. You know what I'm looking for the news no one I wanna find what's happening the well. I'm not gonNa tell them the TV or pick-up newspaper. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go. Online friends are saying. I'm going to see what's happening tweet. I'm GONNA see original posting online before they before it gets published in the papers. So it's become you know a second I got it and so you know. When did you start seeing the platform? Really you know be effective for you as a voice and then and from there let's transition into what you're doing now right so you know you you came in two thousand twelve you know and your plan to get you started using using twitter as a tool in two thousand eleven so a year is not a lot of times so you started using it and when when you made Ali what did you start doing here right. What did you you end up with again? This is it takes time to build a presence here when I stepped off the plane. And you you know when I when I look back now so much to laugh and cry with family I did not know What my plan is going to be when I got plane I did not have a clear career. Pound heroes fantastic could still do much better. You know what I was going to do but I knew that I had surely Skiba because I could always regret later But I knew I had to at at least come here and make a go at it and I was confident enough in my abilities. Um and the ability to spend network and I find us Those doors That I'll be. I was okay so the first half year so it was a really climatize ing It it was really trying to find my fema ground you know I did. A lot of independent works writing consulting but did did you have a network here by limited friends over the years but as a special limited network You know look now and I'm so grateful to have somebody friends and people in and not just family but friends who mean the Wilton colleagues from the pro Israel community from different circles so that I can rely on a personal level first of all but I'll send a proficient level when something's happening in order to collaborate together to To advance castle mutual goals. But I came here with richly my My two bags my copy of Hertzel's that you were stay in which aren't read a read on the flight to Israel and things started falling into place within a bad half year here you know and then I stepped into this organization. AMAC now to Congress wearing many hats now with zydus councilman South Wales as well as human rights attorney until it writing little. You know ooh wherever I'm wearing now. This was the main hadn't wearing what was first and foremost as a as a family which is good because forgotten Hebrew right. That's left but in in every had in every sort of position I'm in it's it's all for one purpose. It's out of a deep sense and love and respect for the state of Israel out of my Zionist ideals. And you know I want my daughter to my children. You know my family family to grow up not having to worry about rockets. Having to worry.

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"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Follow the Leader w/ Eli Mandelbaum

"I'm your host Ellie Mandelbaum. This is a podcast. It's about leadership. And what makes one a good leader if they're born or made in follow the in. Follow the leader. I interviewed a variety of leaders. Tennyson how they became the leader. They are and what makes them effective in Kosovar speaking with arson Ostrovsky and international human rights lawyer and executive director of the Israel. Jewish Congress is based NGOs serving as a bridge between Jewish communities in in Europe and Israel leaders and officials while supporting the Jewish state around the world in the fight against anti-semitism and diligent position our sin as testified Frieden spoke in support of Israel before the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva done nations in New York the European Parliament the Knesset and in many high level forms in Europe and the United States. If you haven't don't realize he's done a lot. He's considered an expert on anti-semitism and as well as an international law and Middle East foreign policy. Beyond the arsonist's actions is a deep sense of designees commitment to advocating for Israel and the Jewish people lastly in two thousand twelve rbis in originally from a Shirley mean Elliot from New York and on top of that I started follow Arson on twitter. And really as I would say opened my eyes to what I need to do as a better person to fight and all the naysayers series of Israel ours. Welcome to the show. I hope I covered everything. There is a lot in their. If not you could fill in the blanks on your background. Thanks depending on your values. Definite uncovered is a few other things. But you've definitely definitely covered a lot of it and it's certainly has not been has not been a dull moment. Requirements solidifies stepped off. The planet might have so so. Why don't we start there? What were you doing before you made Aliyah I you you as active it is as you are now you know? Why don't we start there? Look I definitely wasn't activism now for me the process of evolution I suppose You My family originally from Ukraine. From this. So we left when I was very little in eighty seven and we went to spend so I grew up in Sydney contest clubs Oh look we we left because you know we was egregious and we ever knows how difficult it was And we found refuge wjr Pechiney Australian fantastic large growing up But also a little bit detached from Jewish life. You know my parents. My family very proudly Zionist. But they'll send you awesome was like and sorry in many ways you know they wanted me to also to blend in like every everyone else had every opportunity life and uh-huh for me. The turning point was was around to win. If you remember the Jewish journalist American journalist Danny Run Around Wall Street Journal He was covering Pakistan and he was taken by the Pakistani Taliban and executed life on camera. And he's tamous famous very deeply jarring last words were my father is Jewish. My mother's Jewish. I am Jewish and that really really In my head and got me thinking what does it mean for me to be Jewish. What does it mean design? It's what is this sinus. Even had Israel Israel fit until this really led me into path of spicy self Education learning about my identity. You are at family family history and spent a long story short I wanNA birthright you know in two thousand and three. I thought I'd wait until it was peace and quiet time. There's no first time first time and it was. I thought I'd wait until it's all nice and peaceful but I said could be waiting for a while so I went in there really in the peak of the second and but I mean from my flip that you know. This is a deeply deeply special unique place classic film. It took a few more years before I got to the stage Roy. Correction my Kellyanne. Good Jewish thing and finished my grief rate practice the practice as a corporate litigation attorney strategy for many years when tweets real Musab Perga- nine which I mean defied my connection to this land But time I made Aliyah was immediately before then I was actually Working York as a research pillow at a from tank. My focus was really on the United Nations Administrative Palistinian conflict. But the whole time it was for me just a transit stop as a on the white on white back to Israel so let me know when I stepped off the plane in many ways. tournament Fishman also tremendously grateful analysis seven message message board here in Israel and others realize dreams but for me that dia step of a planet right Elliott. It wasn't as if my dream had come true which did but is is just the beginning at least in my train no. It's funny because I I see that it to myself. My wife doesn't like it when I say but my dream. You know my my my book school before out to make all the problem is when you make that you have to come up with new goals booth. You're here until you have to say what are you going to do here and Before we get into what you're doing now. Ah taking a leadership role is never easy. And it seems like it'd be the turning point in two thousand three birthright trip hip and then the Musab program but you know footing you were working in New York as lawyer. Did you have any like we just like another person Jason. Just doing their job. What did you feel that you had a leadership tendency and you just tap deadline or or or or as it is now became a de facto leader? Just because ause you're out there and people follow you and now leading the Jewish Congress like. How did that happen? Caribbean some I stumbled upon it I I classify myself as a leader. That's very humbling. But I think that's more APPS for others golden once famously said you know W so humbling very wise woman and you know you might interesting sort of an allergy and I can tell you you before I moved in your calls work as a corporate attorney in Australia and doesn't nine. We had one huge huge multi multi million dollar precedent-setting case case and When Hohmann rested and foot you know tomorrow? It's going to repeat and then again and again and again same time it was also the remember the two of them and even strategy became maximus protests Lot of participation contempt to attack Israel and in the space of today's with the Steiner's council With whom I'm actually will so these are affairs director for the Zionist cancelled susceptible. Living straight anymore. Still very much. A stretch still has deepened. My Haden's tilting. Little things to try and sort of strengthen strengthen that relationship which is very critical So that time to nine together the show the people we immediately literally sprung to action. You know in the community debate. How do we respond public not public? What do we do so we organized a massive rally with like several thousands of people within forty-eight hours to come out of Charvis support the solidarity with Israel with Jewish people in during this difficult time and when I came home from that I thought well bets something meaningful that's something that's really important and me the unreal sort of difference living in Israel being caught of life here? I always thought that deep appreciation respectful those in the desk mazing tremendous does things necessary critical things to support Israel's to strengthen the bone but for me personally I decided this is sort of a real turning point on the watch. Sure everything's happening here as an outsider or a could be here. Could be part of the change. I conferred I could speak. Could be both in all aspects of society and things are a truly really really matter for me being here now. It's this incredible attracts plans to people's sense of vibrancy in meaning of life and purpose for me. It's something deeply import so I always say I always go back to the point that a lot of people ask me you know what are the things you like about aaliyah and there are a lot. Ah Them but one of the things I really find it different than you. Don't get in the American community or probably the show as well as part of an don't feel part of the nation right. You're your own silence in each community. I live in teaneck. I've my Schule. I have my schools here. You know something happens.

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"eli" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

16:12 min | 3 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

"As possible, and especially filmed in black and white for Taga if you're gonna make Kong as human as possible, it looks like a black male, they do everything they can to reduce the simian features and make them as human as possible, and they give him a human like emotions mixed with an apes body language, but the emotions are the emotions of a human and the face recognition is. The face of a human. And so we respond to comb, not as a month, but as a true character, we respond to him as a human character. That is why that movie is not just a movie about a giant monkey. It's a character that has survived since the thirties as a pop cultural icon, each remake of it comes out and within ten years is made obsolete because all the special effects of moved on, and now it's a whole different thing. But the original King Kong, always will be go to, to both film fans children, seeing the movie anything. I mean it's interesting. There's two approaches to monsters. You can humanize the monster or the monster can be monstrous can be the worst part of ourselves. If you look at King Kong, giant ape than Hitchcock's, the birds, there's so many of them, they almost have no personality. They're just relentless. Yeah. I remember the first time I saw the birds with the school kids, getting attacked setting thing for me. That would love that was that was very scary. But then when you put remember rod inglorious bastards was one of the coolest touches, but when they go to the diner, and the woman, you brought this upon us like making the audience complicit one of the most brilliant touch. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely..

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"eli" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

"A really, really good one that doesn't get mentioned that much because it wasn't a hit when it came out, but it was one of their first, one of the studio's first attempts, charter really parlay the success Rosemary's baby was Paul win coz of the Mefissa waltz that is really trick. It's with Alan Alda, and I'm not really even the big of an all the fan. But Alan Alda and Jackman, beset and Barbara Parkin's and jergens, Alan Alda is a failed pianist, who is he's gone for the classical training, but he ultimately really didn't have what it took. So now he's a journalist writing about classical music Kerr Juergens plays, a beyond the beyond maestro who's come into town to do a concert and Alan Alda sent there to interview him and already realize that. That there's something weird about curbs character because his daughter, kind of acts played by Barbara Parkin's access his manager and it's obvious. They have like a disturbing relationship for daughter in the father. But they seem more interested in Alan Alda than even he is in them, even though the pianist superstorm, and ultimately, what you realize is basically the pianist is the spirit of this great pianist that has been kind of round for, like, maybe even the hundred years or one hundred fifty years, and it needs to find a new host and it's the devil. It's like they make a pact with the devil. The thing on the that's why they're growing floor and everything. Right. Gun is gone onto Graham to no music. He needs to be able to read music, and needs to have some breath of talent to some degree. And then. Now it's Juergen it's time for him to Rio. They need new by gang. And so it's going to now be Allen Alden, and so he goes for it, but his girlfriend is almost like the reverse of Rosemary's, baby. His girlfriend is Jacqueline, the set. And she starts realizing won't when did he start becoming so good as a pianist, and now of son, he's become a superstar, but he's just very different and his whole attitude is completely different. And little by little, she starts figuring out that he sold his soul to the devil to be this great pianist. That's the setup of the movie that's more or less. I think probably what you would read an much shorter version, and even the Leonard Maltin movies on TV. If you if you looked up the fisa waltz in it, what you're not prepared for is the.

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"eli" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"eli" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

"I remember actually it was remember when we met each other at the spirit brothers film, undid. Yeah. Yeah. It was at the eight o'clock spinning room. It was like, yes, Fangoria, or something had written something about it. And then William Morris. Let me know that they were having a screening of it. And I remember the thing about it was like the outback guy that has like the gun with the four barrels. Yes. They took from a New Zealand movie called the YouTube. All right. Really? Yeah. Kind of a classic image. All right, for New Zealand cinema, but never put in that John credit today. And so I was at the screen moment at the screening at the hospital room. And you introduce yourself to me. I was so excited to I remember when I was making cabin fever. I was trying to get it made. I saw you at a restaurant, I think it was birds Tarantino and you're like, oh, man. Very cool. Good on you go. Make a heartfelt was in the jerk. No. And then after that screening of undid I was like, oh, my movies, I'm going to have it done in three months. I would love to show you and you were like, oh, I totally want to see it. And then I saw you on the street and you pull up your car you it cabin fever, going to watch it. I was like. Remembered like you. And then, of course when you showed up at that screening, and he has Angeles film festival, and you stayed for the Cuna, and then the next night, I always knew from watching movies, you love horror movies, like even though you hadn't made one I remember watching them in college and thinking, like this is someone who understands blood and violence and pay off. I mean you must have did you grow up loving them? Well, when we were at the cabin fever screening, you had a QA you were going on. And you were talking about like the slasher films of late seventies early eighties. And you were talking about famous monsters, and you were talking about universal horror, and everything like that. And then I even asked the question and I raised my hand and go well even talking a lot about a lot of Americans stuff. I mean, are you a fan of the Italian stuff and you don't get started? I just didn't open up that can of worms. I didn't if I, I remember when we first started talking, it was like we were talking about the font on a video box from our favorite movies in how the rule as a kid was the larger the video bucks the worst movie. Yeah. Yeah. Meat hook. Oh, what's this little evil dead? This little right? Exactly. E- thorny, a my box authority, man. I mean like was hard your favorite section or one of your favorites. Or just did it all go hand in hand with kung FU I. Well, it depends on what you're talking about. Like, what I was a little boy or older when you were a kid like what is what I mean I got hooked as a kid when I was three to five six years old. That was like when I got when I had.

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