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"eisman" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"eisman" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

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He's famous in part because he's married to Janet Yellen, who was the chairman of the Federal Reserve. But he's also famous for some thoughts he had on his own. Back in the late 1950s, a seemingly obvious question crossed his mind. Why does a brand new car lose so much value the moment it leaves the lot? It's the same car. Why should it plummet almost instantly? Up till then, economists assume that buyers and sellers come to a transaction with basically the same information. But with things like used cars, that's obviously not true. Maybe the buyer and seller don't have the same information. You'd think that the seller has more information than the buyer, the seller knows that that car just yesterday went over that terrible bump and then something else went wrong. And they immediately decided, huh? I've had this car too long. I'm going to see if I can sell it to somebody else. So akerlof wrote this paper called the market for lemons. It shows that when the seller knows more than the buyer, and the buyer knows that. The buyer lowers the price he's willing to pay. And he lowers it to the point where only the sellers of really crappy use cars are willing to deal. Causing the buyers to lower their prices even further. It becomes a vicious cycle. Under the weight of all those lemons, the market simply collapses. A trusted ref can make this kind of market work. By making the buyer feel protected from whatever secrets the seller might have. By making the buyer feel like he's not getting a lemon. There's no market for a badly damaged painting of Jesus Christ, until a few art refs step in and say, yes, it's a Leonardo. The ref exists to restore the illusion that there are no secrets. Now you might think, why would a market in need of a neutral ref wind up with a ref who actually isn't neutral? But look around, it happens. A lot. Just ask Steve eisman. Although people seem to know me as the big short Michael Lewis. Steve Carell played eisman in the movie. As a character with such a gift for insulting Wall Street big shots that the people who work for him would go to meetings just to watch. But the bigger point about Heisman is that he didn't trust anyone, not even the refs, and his distrust made him rich. The crash of 2008 gets called a housing crisis. But it was more of a trust crisis. People trusted the ratings agencies whose job was to evaluate the risk of subprime home loans. And they will give different letters to them. So the best rating is triple-A, which means the probability of loss is almost zero. These ratings agencies, moody's and standard and poor. They were the refs whose calls eisman decided he didn't trust. And what pressures would there have been on a moody's or a standard and poor to rate bonds, triple-A, when maybe they weren't going to be triple-A? I mean, the pressure was simply economic in the sense that you were paid multiples more for rating that kind of stuff. So the more of the stuff that you would do, the more money you'd make. And if you didn't do it, and if you didn't do it, the guy who so moody's said, you know what, I don't like this one. I'm not going to rate it. S&P would do it. The whole point of moody's and S&P was to be independent referees. To judge the value of the stuff that the Wall Street banks created. They were supposed to assess the loans that were inside the bonds, and then give those bonds a grade. Before the financial crisis, eisman went to S&P to ask one of its executives, what records she got from the banks. Well, we said to her was in the process of creating the securitizations, don't you get the load tapes so that when you're doing the ratings, you have a better idea of what's in there. And she said, we don't have access to that. And I said, what do you mean you don't have access to that? She says, well, the investment banks won't give it to us. And I laugh. I said, what do you mean? They won't give it to you. You're the ratings agencies. I have to give you what you want. And she basically mumbled that if they had asked for it, they wouldn't get it, and then they would just walk across the street and go to moody's. So this surprised you. I was shocked because it would have basically meant the ratings agencies didn't have any better data than I did. And that stunned me. Back in 2008, when Wall Street was collapsing, and Steve eisman was making a fortune. The problem was clear. The ratings agencies had been bought and paid for by the game's most powerful players. The refs lack of independence had fueled a world historic financial crisis. If someone had told you in, I don't know, early 2009, that the ratings agencies would be in the end unscathed by all this, that there would be no reform of the structure of the reigns agencies. And we'd be sitting here ten years later and they'd be still being paid by the banks to rate the bonds. Would you be surprised? I'd be stunned. Stunned. Because what's interesting is that there have been massive changes that have taken place with respect to the banks. I mean, truly massive. So then you have this other piece, the referees of the securities that were at the heart of the problem. Correct. And the referees haven't been reformed. And why do you imagine that is? You know, it's one of life's great mysteries. One of life's great mysteries. Some things were reformed after the crisis to fix Wall Street, but not the refs. Why would this be? Why would a system prefer a bad ref to a good one? Why would it want an authenticator that doesn't authenticate? Eisman can't.

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"eisman" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"eisman" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"And maybe the team defensive Detroit has been so bad where it's really hard for an adult to even look remotely good. But this team sucks. The 32nd in the league in goals given up. They've given up in games this year. One goal two goals, three goals, four goals, 5 goals, 6 goals, 7 goals, 8 goals, 9 goals, ten goals, and then 11 against the penguins. So it's one of the all time worst defensive teams you've seen in years. Years. And for a team to get 11 on another NHL team, it hasn't happened since 2003. I think if you just said that our AI apologize, I was kind of reading some notes about Detroit, how pathetic it's been. So I don't know if flash hill can kind of keep his job after this year. This will be his 7th or 8th year. The team needs to make some steps forward. I still think the future's right there and they got these young stars, but it's like, wow, the whole season is completely falling off the rails. And the other night was one of the craziest things I've ever seen. And that's coming from a fan of a team who gave up fucking 9. We looked like the 2000 New Jersey Devils compared to the wings against the penguins. You mentioned the bright spots. I mean, they're going to have first and second runner up to the Calder this year. Great effort from these young guys. If anything, if you're a Detroit fan, you're probably happy that they were as good as they were earlier in the season so you can enjoy it. Feel like you're in the race and then now that you're getting to the last 20 games of the year, you want the wheels to fall off because all you want is a top draft pick. And when they've drafted in that 6 overall range, they've been able to turn out some studs, right? So you don't want to draft in the middle of the first round. That's when it's harder to end up getting a guy who's going to contribute to your lineup. Mind you, the argument is a what a Stevie why and crew now doesn't matter where the fuck they're drafting. They're going to be pulling rabbits out of their ass in the 7th round. You mentioned the Djokovic ugly, they got rid of leti and I forget the other guy's name at the deadline so you know the defense is going to get worse. And yeah, just a very disappointing ending and I can't imagine they will stick with this coach much longer if this is the way at the end of the season. You got to imagine they might want a new voice in that locker room moving forward. They've lost ten of their last 12. Yeah. The media is starting to get loud about it up there for the wings surrounded 9 plus goals for the third time in the last 14 games. That's almost an incredible stat. In that current NHL, even though the scoring is up this year, it's still wild to hear that. Let me ask you guys a question. Who would you who would you bring in as a coach who'd be available right now? I was going to say do you think there's a chance that they bring Babcock back? No fucking way, but did you coach eisenman? Did he ever coach him? No. No, I don't. He might have. Yeah, you know what? He did because cleary played with eisenman on a line and did clearly ever play for anyone else in Detroit besides baptism and eisenman did indeed play for Mike Babcock in the 2005, 2016. He didn't win a couple of them. I'm home. That's a good question. Well, eisenman, I wouldn't be surprised if he goes off the grid assuming he doesn't bring. He hired John Cooper. He also was T day when guy Boucher came into was that free eisman. Either way, eisenman is not afraid to go off the grid and bring in a guy. That would be a fun question for our fans to answer where maybe post it G and we'll go back when they eventually hire a new one if they do and see if somebody pulled it off the board. You got to imagine there's like some college coach that people are crazy about who they think believed to get their chance or some junior coach. That wings team, hey, that wings team. Last year went 58 1608. Wow. That's who got 87 points that a bird 85 Shanahan had 81 points, 40 goals that your lidstrom had 80 points in 80 games. What a fucking run that team had 20 frigging years of that. I wasn't done with those savage numbers either. The red wings in addition to 9 plus goals for the third time in 14 games. 7 plus goals for the 9th time this season, the most since I 88, 89 for the red wings. And they've surrendered 5 or more goals in 13 of their last 26 games. Just obscene obscene numbers for a team defense anytime, no matter what era, but either way, like this said, that's good, man. If you're a red wings fan, you should be happy about that because they're not going to playoffs in they'll prove their draft position. How about these maurits cider reverse hits? One after another. I'm trying to hit them. Stop trying to hit them. Those are beautiful to watch. He is blowing guys out. I know. I mean, it's all he's prong of size, or like Alexia size like the 6 8 guy I think he's 6 5 6 6 two 30 though. I mean, he's a monster. Was that my best hot take this year saying he's the next pronger. Is he that? He's that big for it. Maybe not 6 6 and fuck, maybe he's not even 6 5, but he's big. He's big and heavy. Like he's, you know, he's not, yeah, he's not one of the tallest players in the league, but he's a monster. And he's young. And he is burying people on those fucking reverse hits..

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"eisman" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:38 min | 10 months ago

"eisman" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Off the bench for them. The thing is, as well as, as well as RB Leipzig have been playing, they've only ever been buying once in the Bundesliga. He took a lashes, their goalkeeper was actually talking about it in. Another interview. Hey. About why they've got such a bad record against them. And also talking about manual moya and how much respect he has for him and how he doesn't actually orientate his game off manual noise. He was more of a fan of Peter check and Fulham legend Edwin van der sar. So I think that the point that overall is to be made, is that likely to have the players to do this, it's whether they are quite at that level yet because buying a particularly this little mini winter break have been looking in really good form when they've had all their options available. It looks like they'll go with a back three tomorrow again. Luka Hernandez had a bit of a hit in training, but he's recovered. He's okay. And I wouldn't be surprised if Julian eisman lined up as attacking a fashion as he did a way at her to belin two weeks ago when he played. He said komar, social, Thomas Müller, Robert Lewandowski, it was very much full power with Leroy Salma as well. Talking about full power. The other big game that we're looking at do this weekend. Borussia Dartmouth taking on Bayer Leverkusen two of the most efficient goal scorers in the league early harland and Patrick Sheik although will we be seeing harland in this game? Well, early online been a bit cryptic this evening on Twitter saying to Dortmund fans that he will be coming back soon, but as far as Marco rosa the Dortmund coach was saying in the press conference, it's not going to be this weekend. It's frustrating for the Dortmund because it's the third muscle injury that harland has sustained so far this season and for it to come in ahead of such a big game as well against the labor keys inside this game earlier this season was it is one of the games of the season finished four three to Dortmund that could have finished all three or to be honest about 7 6 to either side. It was an incredible game and weirdly my main memory of the game is not necessarily a goal that restored, but it was when Jude Bellingham caught that beer, which was thrown at him from the crowd and started drinking it. So if we get anything like that sort of entertainment and that this time set, I'd be surprised, but yeah, Patrick sick have to mention him as well as you say there. He's being talked up a lot and rightly so as well. Three strikers in the division who are scoring more than a goal again so far this season, that is remarkable in itself. And Leverkusen I would also say they're probably more exciting than to augment right now. They have more exciting players on their team. I look at the likes of Musa de Arby, Florian, this. I mean, adly Patrick shit. Jeremy Fring Pong coming from right back. They have a lot of dangerous weapons and Dortmund missing mats for more than this game. He's out by the looks so that he will only be on the bench to begin with. He's not feeling great form but still that is a loss in terms of leadership in some departments. So it's going to be a tough ask of Dortmund, but they have one games already this season without erling hart. What's the status on Gio reyna then Archie? He is fits to play finally. He made such a good start to the season under Marco rosa, but he's not seen any game time since August as there were complications as he tried to come back from this hamstring injury that he had. He went back to the U.S. to complete part of his rehab. I think that might have helped him a little bit just because he had so much time away from home with the coronavirus preventing seeing any family members apart from over Skype and whatnot. That might have given him a little push coming back as well. But also, you hear the way that the key figures at Dortmund are talking about him. The current sporting director Michel saw the team manager as they call them Sebastian kale, all saying that he has these abilities to really open up games in tight spaces, visual talk even said that he's going to be one of the future faces of Rossi Dorman. I'm not sure if they'll be able to hang on to him for that long. But there was a certain amount of pressure I think being built up with his return and it shows you how much I think Dortmund need that sort of attacking flair. Well, they can certainly help but Archie and Joey weekend ahead. We're looking forward to hearing more from you across these games in the Bundesliga and you'll be able to see all of them on ESPN+ big weekend buy and take in on Leipzig and borus Dortmund against by a Leverkusen. Hey everyone, this is Zach Lowe, check out my podcast, the low post where I talk to people in and around the NBA about everything going on in the basketball world, the one and only Nikola Jokić, the most watchable telegenic player in the NBA NBA. Players trends under the radar teams everything I am a longtime holder of all the Devin Booker stock I can buy. And I'm not cash it in because I think he's gonna keep getting better. Listen and subscribe to the low.

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"eisman" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"It is pat sajak and wheel of fortune. Yay, two points. Next question, this teacher is a generalist. And thinks that writing and delivering tests is the best part of their job. However, they often end up giving the answers to students instead of the questions. Okay, jeopardy. And Alex Trebek. Lovely. Two more flames. I think it's gonna go south from here because I think those are the two that I know. So worried like you got the two I know and now I'm a little worried. Okay. Okay, I'll give you some hints that you need it. So the next three questions have either to hosts or have historically had one host to now have a different host. So I'll accept any host that you name. Got it. This teacher teaches drama and loves to give their students improv challenges. They give a lot of feedback, but don't really believe in assessment as they keep saying the points don't matter. Drew Carey, and one version of it, I should say, is Drew Carey, whose line is it anyway? Exactly. I would also have accepted you should tell her. Okay, next question. This teacher teaches home economics with a heavy focus on the economics part. They make sure that students know everything from the cost of a can of beans to an entire bedroom set. It's Bob Barker, the price is right. Absolutely. Also would have accepted you carry the answer right here. Okay. And then this one, it's a little, it might be a little bit tough, but it is one of my favorite game shows, so I had to throw it in there. This teacher loves their job teaching PE, but some students think they make their classes way too hard. An 11 years of teaching, only three students have successfully completed their course. Okay, I know it's the ninjas. Yes, American ninja warrior, but I don't know who the host is 'cause I'm only seen at once because a friend of mine's son was on it. Wow. So the hosts are Matt eisman or Akbar Mila, which I listen to multiple YouTube videos to make sure I knew how to pronounce it and I think I might have still messed it up. But yes, 9 out of ten. Congratulations. Awesome. Wow. And that is it for our show. That as I mentioned before, if you have any funny plagiarism or cheating stories or if you have some awesome assessment or anything else that's cool that you want to share about overthrowing education, please post it on Twitter where you can tag me at overthrowing Ed or you can do at butt chep a frenkle. Or Instagram. At overturning education or batch of a doctor frankl. And don't forget to check out the overthrowing Ed swag shop where you can find all kinds of ways.

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"eisman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This Tonight horrific murder and a father accused This is 60 year old John eisenman facing a judge today He's a spoken dad accused of murdering a man he says sold his daughter for sex and stuffing that body in a car's trunk Spokane police say the murder actually happened a year ago But the body wasn't found until last week that's when someone looked inside and abandoned vehicle How crazy is that I can't even think of a situation anywhere around here where you could park a car for a year and nobody would check it out In the middle of the Everglades or something I don't know Like at the very least somebody would steal the car or take parts off it or something and maybe even get close enough to the car to realize it smells like a damn dead bodies been in the trunk All while Casey Anthony But they just left the car for a year and then finally somebody so that these people wouldn't have stole the car and looking through it they never would have found this guy's body in the trunk It could have gone on for a while like this That body has been identified as 19 year old Andrew Sorensen The Washington state patrol put out this picture last November saying he had been reported missing So there were still looking for it With what the accused killer admitted about why he did it According to charging documents John eisman told police Sorensen sold eisenman's daughter into a prostitution ring and after driving to Seattle to rescue her he went over to confront Sorenson himself In court today eisenman didn't say much This was just a first appearance and he wasn't asked to enter a plea But in an interview with Spokane police he waved his rights and told them what happened Let's see what he said He found out Sorenson was going to be at a trailer park in airway heights Eisman told police he confronted Saracens Zip tied his hands and feet and shoved them into a trunk of a Honda accord And then told police he punched for instance a few times and hit him in the head with a cinder block knocking him out Finally eisman told police he stabbed Sorenson multiple times in the stomach Eisman told police he abandoned the car What Sorenson inside And a remote part of Spokane county Someone moved it last month to Norse volcan Right next to Rochester Hills park A couple guys opened up the car and found the body inside Not what they were looking for The people who found this car I think they essentially sold the car It's that's what it sounds like to me They found a car that was just sitting there Yeah they're playing the fighters keepers roll and then they just take it back to another place I wonder how long the commute is from like where they moved it and having that thought cross your mind that when I went to McDonald's for a little bit of breakfast I stopped by and I waved to the mailman There was a dead body entire time She did say in that report that it was a remote place So this likely was just way out of the way And somebody saw that this car had been there forever and they were like somebody doesn't want this girl I'll take this car And then they go let's see what's in the trunk There's like a storage wars moment They're excited and they open up the trail What's gonna be in here Maybe some money or something Yeah It's a dead body And the truck of the car and then all the trails down to this story And let's see what you think It was senator dispatches Is this data hero Like were you on the jury Would you go he's a vigilante But I don't disagree with him Or would you say look murder is murder He shouldn't have taken this into his own hands I mean you know for the prosecutor this should seem like a very easy case because you have a full blown confession Yeah he's on the record So I mean if he does his job and jury training is to be like hey it is not your job to label this guy a hero or not labeling my hero It is your job to say did he murder And that's exactly how he said that he murdered In that case he won't even go to trial then No it still is going to go through to Trump Because there's no plea yet Yeah he's in the court but I think he's going to fall on the mercy of this jury that maybe he gets the smallest sentence possible And they feel for him in this situation And there's still a couple people like on the Texan service and you know saying hey where's the evidence there was ever any sex trafficking The guy could have made the whole thing up But that seems strange too So dad just makes up this whole thing about sex driving and just really wanted to kill his daughter's boyfriend I mean it's a lot of premeditated with the whole zip ties stuff and finding out that he was at the trailer Oh I don't think anybody suggesting it wasn't premeditated You definitely wanted to kill the guy It's about did he want to kill the guy because he sold his daughter into sex trafficking that would be the real issue here I think Here's JT three O 5 Miami with a dispatch.

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"eisman" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

Daddy Issuez Coven

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Daddy Issuez Coven

"Just you. Maybe not your work. But you call like i said food ropes. There are some others on. Youtube can not name them rory. Ropes ropes and the duchy robbery ropes as Also does he sits on on ticked up a lot so he makes funny videos and his also an eisman again Who's also chatting talking. And he has his little breads of yourself very funny a lot to check checkout. He makes some the same things of me. And of course you have the duchy that she is a very nice tutorials. Okay a lot of them are free but still of a few of them. You have to pay to watch them but it's very clean. Howdy how he explained everything. It's an email. It's written with photos video it's crazy. How do those and with these nice little handcuffs had say hand gloves. So it's very blue. It's nice it's nice concept so what inspired you. It was it the desire to go global with us that put you on instagram. Like what this. What is meyer was making of of pictures. Tom fit life. And i had a lot of response of them and they liked by beach and like okay. Look the the lecture hulu girl and there was a reaction of the few of them. All you have to throw this thing. Nope make something for a second time. So okay few exceptions birds otherwise never make something again so everything is something new or maybe will make something again but within the twist. Maybe so they asked me for the thorough and look i was making the story or something like with my new gopro had something trying to time lapse and it was a elected so i put it on youtube. It has some use okay. And then i was thinking. Okay i have to change my name. My name from russia Art of roof. Something more for other people's so i don't have to explain to everybody wants means And that's when i started out of roads begins together with the youtube channel. Where make a few the and also on instagram. So last year in august i started did the one year for ten thousand followers. That did a few months for thousands followers. So it going. I really really fast like crazy. Killing it actually like the to make videos. The people liked it. Sometimes it's it's it's another thing to be original sometimes to get creative outlet free just like your route. Yeah that's yeah. I like to be like to see how many views the videos can get or the instagram. The photos gang gets the reach of it. It's very nice to see that. So many of us on fed light job so like how you mentioned that you were kind of always into dsm. Are you into other forms of media or is the school you'll have. I don't know it's hanging out with you. Know indeed honestly. We need to have a beer together. I think we'd get along real well. You we'll come to california fine fine. I mean i'm in florida though. So you're going to have to take a full money. So are you going to say about we all have our fetishes. Yeah but so. Are you involved in other forms of kink in the community or is this just your jam. Now that's more for my private Things so i'm just focused on what i'm Really good in. And of course i do a lot of other things. But that's more the private way. Gotcha gotcha that's really cool. So then you said you have a youtube channel. To'real there and you're on instagram. Are you anywhere else youtube. Instagram take fit. Life takes a them. We're gonna take my sites here. I'll bet you architect talk. Fatal cannot even know where. I am my own sides of course Pentagram note. that's it did you. Did you get so spotify. Is that my own. Is that why you took your holiday recently with. I know you were on vacation. Did you get to tie anybody up on vacation Nautilus say it was at the festival is a festival in behind the door. actually yeah it was to germany to netherlands. No he's good. Friends looks and berg and then we were in belgium again and when i was on molest in belgium a by the fetish and betas emphasis vol was the first time i went there. So i'm like wait too long in the in the world as i say but every time on the day of the festival i was on a travel i have no time i have a family dinner or something else and this is the first time ahead of time for it and while an event what was the lake well. It started two o'clock in the afternoon and it ended up like one that look in the in the midnight and like a hotel outside like moon. Who it's like a fair. You have lots of little shops. From from germany. From france et from old country the come to there and Have also big bhatia where they do a lot of videos shows so they put women on fires they really hardly know and they put the other men are men or women in let the ropes or audit was awesome. That is from beginning till the end. There was one show after the other de bricks. Do you think you're gonna make it next year now that you know it's like that also they may be no. I really don't know what the time we'll bring so is. Am great to be just called. Good i don't. I don't say the pro and i'm just just a normal guy who who likes to play ropes like say.

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"eisman" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I think that a judge a judge might reject a rule that's been issued as a body by a body the the us department of labor or a state that has not been sufficiently thought through as it relates to the science from eric eisman eisenman they labor and employee attorney with who hersh buck blackwell in blackwell told your finance. But what's funny is it again. We're simply saying the ultimate comes down to an argument in court of law. This is coming from people who literally are all aware. The natural immunity is always something that we all understand it all engage with whether you agree with it. Maybe maybe you're train theory argument today. You're still you're saying that's not even real- it doesn't matter in the context of the argument that has been what we need. These same people have been stating the fact right up until it no longer serve their interests. That's the point is. There's some recent research which looks at hundreds of thousands of cases in israel. Here we go again and has yet to undergo peer review so it's questionable indicates the natural immunity might be as least as effective vaccination. This is literally the argument. This is what they this is coming for. People that are even entertaining natural immunity. This was my point about the kim iversen argument going well. Here's the new thing about this. Or who i figured. Maybe wasn't somebody else was arguing this and it was another quasi independent going well. Here's this new study from into from israel so but it hasn't been peer of you guys. I don't know how many times can do this. And this is what. I mean about working together. Where all the rest of them. I'm screaming about this for months. Right now we have all sorts of peer reviewed science from all sorts of highly regarded outlets telling you longitudinal analysis shows durable and brought him..

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"eisman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on WJR 760

"Research and educational programs focusing on the cure and management of autism. They have raised a lot of money, I think over $5 million already they're going to raise some more, thanks to a lot of help from a lot of People, a lot of sponsors and a lot of celebrities who are out here to bring out the crowds and join us now is Darren McCarthy. Darren, How are you? Good to see you, Kevin. Nice to nice to be across the face to face. We talk a lot, but to be here for the Ted Lindsay event, obviously at start to try Golf Club is something I think that we try to continue to. You mentioned 21 years that Ted Lindsay Foundation's been doing this to raise over $5 million in You know, as a former red wing, Uh, joy kosher. I look at joy Kushner and myself, sort of as a philanthropist waiting to continue what Ted's gone, so we just follow his lead and pretty much I told Cheryl earlier. I don't need to be haunted in my sleep. I Mr Lindsey, so if you don't think he has that much reach I'm not taking the chance. So again, like so many great people in this area to the support to support this funding for It seems like today in 2021. We all um know somebody who's affected with autism. And this is something that I think what Ted Lindsay was is he talked about it, but he was about twice and I think that that's what I try to continue to do. We were just changing his name from terrible, Ted. Two. Terrific, Ted. And now you have him haunting us terribly terrific. Ted. I'm sorry. It's terribly terrific tat. It's a dichotomy, but It works for that, man. When you think about his game in hockey, what What was that? Like compared to some of what you saw Fearless, right, like fearless and because you don't you understand that This guy is like, I think Stats. If he was all of 59, maybe 5, 10 and 170. Maybe not even like yeah, To me. He epitomized what it meant to be, Um, that old school Um, just talk about it be about what he did for the players Union. What he did is to stand up for what he believed in. I tell a story that through my journey You know the one thing When I lost my dad and my grandfather and all the male figures, I lost my mail accountability And it was Ted Lindsay who we were over and I was in the midst of my addiction. In 2012 or 13, and we went played a alumni game over in Canada. And he said to me on the bus, he said, You know what? Your dad he would be disappointed in you right now, and he was one of the only male figures along with Steve Eisman. Crist rape. You know, guys that I knew what it meant. Now, that's 2012 or 2021. It took me 2016 to get it. But I try to live my life now to to have the people that have passed, um, that I respected and try to continue their legacy. And Ted Lindsay is a huge part of that Not only Because we were red wings, but because of the terribly terrific person that he was, and that's the thing you know. Sometimes these audience can die off when the founder of them passes away. And sometimes they continue on forever. And this one has that feeling of continuing on forever Because a lot of just the way Ted treated everybody else. The things he did. He stood up. For the little guy all the time. And and so you know, called to, you know, to serve to carry on. It's almost impossible to say no to someone who lived their life the way he did. You can't Kevin, you can't you make it a priority. There's certain people that I think that if and it's also too it's a benefit right because if I'm following around what Ted Lindsay Foundation and the Joy Coach Foundation and the wings are doing, then I'm doing good things, So I mean it's it's self serving in a way, but it's also too That myself. And as I look over and I see Brad Fedyk and I see Eddie Murray and, um, just as guys start to filter, and it doesn't matter what sport you're from Detroit, Um, Ted Lindsay means something to you. And whether you're a player or not, and 21 years later, this proves that because a lot of lot of people here how that same affinity or respect for Ted Lindsay, and now that we get into the younger And move into 2021. Well, it's important to know where we came from, so they might have not have known Ted Lindsay, but because of what he's done for autism he may have had, you know, an effect on their lives, and they want to give back so I think it's great and the current team and the current players will see what you guys are doing. You guys don't have to do this. But you choose to do this use you stick around Detroit and you give back to a community. That was that was good to you guys. And hopefully they see that too, and they start to get involved as they can is their careers wind down. You know part of the culture that we you know you never on the ice. Things might have changed, but obviously haven't as far as guys impact in the community and I look at like You know, for for today you look at a guy who's just recently retired. That is as much of the right wing alumni now is anything is Jimmy Howard. So it's time for you know guys who make their transitions and it's a lot easier when you just have to follow the guys that you followed in the locker room to see what they're doing so and it's a great way for us to get together and to see each other where we don't get to see each other. And to catch up and, you know, see how your family is and stuff like that, and not only with former athletes, but a lot of the business men and women the leaders in this in this area, So I mean, these events are bigger than golf and There's about raising money and like you said earlier to raise over $5 Million for something in 20 years is is an enormous impact on people's lives. And to think that the Ted Lindsay Foundation was founded because Ted Lindsay's friends, son It was artistic. He did all of this for his friend..

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"eisman" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

"Up. She guest of darn right. I love it right early. Run days are you more productive. When you ron first thing in the morning how does the rest of the day flow so with with the women like amanda not sure if she married or got kids whatever but guess what. I know that they are happy to have a woman that is out there boston and out like she is no complaints. He is taking care of business. Man i love it productive. Let's go to candy nevers. You know what she does with the extra energy that she gets from going extra mile she rose more baby and there was so many people that talked about that too so set out to for running more with your extra energy here. We go salva setters. Her name is chowder right bone. She says well. Today it helped me chase down and scream at a man on a bike who smack my bomb at a crosswalk. There's a reason why train like amazon. That'd be day some child. Someone's crazy enough to smack your bone right. It ain't right it ain't right let me just put that out there name right but be careful chasing people down because people are crazy today. We want to be able to read more comments from you. Want to be able to see you at these different races right so keep training like amazon. I know don't let nobody put hands on but at the same time. Take the precautions. You safety measures carry something. Mace whatever like that but be careful chasing people down. We don't we don't want we don't want that these lunatics out here to do something crazy to you. Let's go to matt eisman says. I guess i'm running wrong. I don't gain any extra energy louder. People talked about taking a nap afterwards. Writing an energy they they beat they run right real hard perha- perhaps or maybe maybe you're begin runner and you don't know how you're ever going to tap into the runner's high right that runner's high can have you gone. I'm high right now right. i'm high i did. I did the five k yesterday. And i got a nice high off of that and now it propelled me to go run again this morning. I don't typically support running every single day or anything like that. I do have a streak going on right now. But it's a walk or run a mile a day. So there's days i do nine miles and then turn around and do like a one mile walk. Tomorrow's that type of thing. I'm training for half marathon right now and this weekend my schedule called for either a nine mile run or thirteen mile run and so with all the running i did yesterday. It covered about four miles or so four or five miles. And then i just did for today for four and a half miles something like that today and so that fit within my wheelhouse so i just want to say that even though matt feels as though that he don't gain any extra energy it could be a subtle energy that you may have and not be aware of but start looking out for those things trust me it will get better marry with. I believe says I started running. So i can have extra endurance backpacking and i saw her. Profile pic issued backpack morning with a cane. And what i know about people. That backpacking do some hiking is that they see some of the most beautiful sceneries in the world. So i'm proud of you for realizing that you're going to be a better hiker better backpacker because you are doing other Matt airs one of our local members. He was playing a basketball in galloway and he came and said to me man. There's a difference between running for running and running for basketball right or running for football or running for soccer so yes we have the sports that we enjoy but you need to train and do certain things in other areas so that you have the energy to be able to to You know enjoy your workouts even even more right. So she's enjoying backpacking even more because of the extra endurance that she's for running so she is winning all the way around. Thank you mary for your comment. Let's go to joel dixon once again. Trying to keep up with young kids but joel is taken into set for going extra mile. Why because he. He coaches there little league sports and he serves church. Woo mr dixon. Thank you so much for this comment. You are going to extra mile as well as everyone that i mentioned. I still got a few more so let me talk about them. Christine make an fee says. It's a mental weight lifted off my shoulders. I guess it clears the clutter to make room for more. That's right that's running does be number. Then we have two final was. I don't think that they're related. Maybe they are but fern. Rodriguez says what i do with the energy. I run some more. Oh yeah and become kind. Nice easy going. Because i have no energy left to fight with anyone Whoa what i like about that man. This break this up. Let's chop it up. Roy moore right so perhaps he has a nighmare on the schedule. Guess what he does he might do. Ted he might do eleven you know aka going an extra mile but what it allows them to do is to be kind throughout the day. We talked about earlier. How the other person is what do we say here. Oh when you run earlier in the day you have a more productive day later in all aspects of your life. Well if you run early in the day it makes her attitude and make sure your mental focus clear. It makes you nicer. It makes you kind have you easy going. And as he says he has no energy to fight with anyone but that is so cool that was such a great comment. Thank you for saying that. And then last night least there was plenty more on this threat. Trust me guys. But i only have time for so many but we got rodriguez and this is what she says she says. Last week i mowed my front yard washed. Monje gay my dogs. A bad took a shower and then laid out the rest of the day. I don't even know if there was any more day left all that stuff. she did. Go ahead stephanie. Stephanie rodriguez thank you so much. And all these individuals that actually commented on that threat. I thank you so much. That was really cool guys once again. What do you do with the extra energy. We're gonna take a break. And when i come back we're going to Really dissect the luau talk more about people who actually went to extra mile with their comments.

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"eisman" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Was on the market back. Then as you know. There's like twenty two magazines. And so i would get my notebook out and i would start compiling all the information from all the magazines and get done and there were teams. I could barely even compile a one deep on so i start compiling the information myself I need to get the complete rosters. Forty on every team and i started putting it on the pages and one day. Somebody walked him off and said why. Don't you put that in magazine. So i did The first year was black and white. It was on newsprint. Twenty seven years ago and But once somebody got a hold of it it's so much more information everybody else that they became a lifetime reader at that point and it just keeps growing. We actually went to full-color after like five years it took to get the full color in a magazine but now twenty seven years later Quite a difference phenomenal phenomenal run and you have so many people that want to get your opinion and see that we. We hang on every week until i can't wait to that magazine comes out and it's been like that damn near three decades for all of us and you can find it at barnes and noble nationally. Okay with that. For instance on saturday morning. What gimme gimme an idea of. What a saturday morning looks like or friday night heading into saturday just what time your day starts and college football. What's a day like for you on saturday. I got i got twelve. Tv's in front of me sean. So i'm watching twelve games all day long. I've got diet mountain dew drinking just down in it all day. Long trying to stay sharp and I'm focusing on twelve games all day long and my biggest gripe right now in college football sean. These games take too long. So there's a lot of these twelve o'clock games that are still going on at three thirty one. The next batch is starting. I wish they'd speed the games up a little bit maybe Have the incomplete passes. Get the clock started again because too many games running into each other. But yeah all the way up through that three o'clock hawaii game in the morning when that thing finally ends and i had to bed but It's it's a long day on saturdays. Yeah but you know nobody does it. Better because of how much you've got to cover in an always Head of the curve. Now so with that do you when when you're watching it. Are you taking the whole time or is it just all socked away in your memory Most of it is memory but definitely. There's some key notes barrel i'll be like. Oh wow that was a huge play was the you know third or there at the one yard line about the score and it was a ninety eight yard fumble return for a touchdown. I'm not things like that. But for the most part yeah. I'm just Keeping it in my head and that's actually one thing i've got good recall on. Sean is that. I can tell you about a game in the third quarter from maybe three four five years ago or even ten years ago Anything else so in life. If you said put me in a grocery store and say go find the bread. I like that clueless but At least i tuned into college. Football one of the best. There is one of the foremost and most accurate college. Football analysts over the last three decades. He's a committee member of voter of fifteen different college. Football awards including the heisman. And we all wait for his college football season preview book. That comes out every single year. Phil steele joins us here. On seven ninety. Sean sows show. Okay felt won't before. I get into some of the surprises improved teams. And what you're looking at this college football season do you would you like. What do you like more. Did you like eighties football nineties. Football is a better game now to you with all the passing and spread or are you a little more old school you thought process about if you were picking what was better football for you. Yeah you know. I think you always liked the past better than the present And you know going. Back to wishbone football nebraska. Remember greg pruitt johnny rodgers players like that Bear bryant at alabama walk in the sidelines I think now with. There's just so much passing the game but you have to adapt and that's what teams are doing and it. It's going to be sick. Cyclical sean talk. I talked one hundred ten to one hundred thirty head coaches this year and a lot of them are gonna use more too tight ends because now everybody's taking out that third linebacker yup more safety personnel. Get lighter at the that in the front seven than in the past. And i think you're gonna see teams exploited that way and we'll get back to teams using too tight ends to explain the way. The defence is set up to come back the spread so a lot of the stuff is sick with cyclical. But yeah. i'm an old school guy. I go back in remember the The old offenses and the old game and probably a little bit more fond on that. But i think that's why everybody is in life. Greatest football play. You saw play college football there has been. Yeah i mean just one that maybe or to that you say man. That's the guy. Yeah i you know you have to think just watching herschel walker play. And they impact. He had as a true freshman was phenomenal. But you know look at earl campbell. And the what he did back in the seventies so But and you know. I grew up in ohio. Archie griffin was a two time eisman. trophy winner. i wouldn't put them in the greatest ever. I put him in a guy that want to heisman trophies. So i go herschel walker and earl campbell would probably be the top to school names on defense back in the day rich glover. Is you know nebraska by leroy salman. So there's been some great ones. I love to reminisce account. One of these. I've gotta get you on and talk to you for like three hours about this. Because i get fired somebody on all right. Who's your surprise surprise team or two for this twenty. I mean we really. We kicked it in last week. But this week one. That was weak. Zero sum games on thursday night. Who's your biggest surprise team or two in college football this year. Let me give you my talk to surprise teams this year. Sean and a surprise team by the way is a non top ten team that i think can contend for the playoffs. And we've got a pretty good track record you back to two thousand and sixteen. I had washington number. One surprise team in washington actually made the playoffs that year In two thousand eighteen notre dame was not in the preseason top ten. They were my number one surprise team. They made the playoffs. And last year. I had texas and i'm coming off a five loss season. That's my number. One surprise team was selection. Sunday almost made it is between them and ohio. State that playoff spot up my big surprise teams this year. Number two would be wisconsin They've got a tough test here in the opener against penn state. But when you look at them last year. The average three point nine yards per carry. Now that's atypical for wisconsin. They usually average five or six yards per carry. They didn't really have a feature back last year now. They've got four of what. I call running backs running behind the big offensive line. They'll get that fixed. They also have a quarterback in grand merz who twenty out of twenty one passes in the opener last year then got covert missed. A couple of weeks of practice wasn't the same after that you put them both together. They've got a potent offense. They've got the defense and then look at their schedule if they get past penn state in the opener their four big ten road games. They're all against teams. That had losing records last year. Their toughest road test of the year is notre dame where they're actually a slight favorite. You might see wisconsin favorite in all twelve games this year yet. They're not anywhere near the top ten. They have a shot at making a plan. Especially if the fact the last two big ten title games they played against ohio state and both seventeen and nineteen. They gave ohio state a game both times. So keep your eyes on wisconsin but my number one surprise team is really a surprise because this washington huskies. And when you look at washington. They've got that big offensive line. Three hundred twenty eight pounds per man. They're they're running backs. Go five. Deep sean They've got to veteran quarterbacks. They've got a good tight end room with dot and and defensively. Jimmy lake always does a great job. They've had just two and six returning starters last two years this year. They've got eight starters back on defense and then their schedule. I absolutely love they avoid. Usc and utah out of the south. The two top teams and their toughest two games all year our oregon and arizona state and they get them both at home and i feel homefield that just going to be huge this year because fans are deprived to going to the game last year. They're gonna return and large numbers. They're gonna return very loud. So i actually have washington favored in all twelve games. And they don't even know if they're in the top twenty this year so keep your eyes on the washington. Huskies or a big time surprise. Still steel as good as it gets. It gets three hundred fifty two page. The twenty twenty one college football preview been doing it for three decades and his as good as joins us here for all our college. Football stuff. On the sean salisbury show. And i'm glad my trojans don't have to deal with washington or oregon. So they should. They should have a really good chance and ucla. Maybe a surprise to them. How steve if. I ask you three years from now. Phil what will we be saying about. Texas.

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"eisman" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Who could fucking fly them out. That i mean he was small white. Dude i in between oh jackson ultimately. I'm taking a crowds though. Because eric crouch took a team that had no business going national championship game against my mythic. They lost thirty seventy three or something like that. He was really. The option was sweet and then when they put the option in the game where you could like sake page. You couldn't pitch and like all the stuff i thought you said he was. It's sweet you just call them sweets. Which one is sweet. Not sweet swain enough to be taken from me as eisman trophy winner but not like swedish college orbit. I'm surprised you left. Johnny donzel on the on cam. Newton's okay what he did in cambodia and cam newton probably had for my money. The single most dominant seized most talented team in the sec. And then he was listen. I have absolutely. I'm not winning the strength. I don't even know if we have clear cup winners anymore. I just want air crouch air crouches a heisman to me all these other cam. Newton went on one dollars fucking money or all this money. Who else did you say. Many johnny manziel missouri. Honda other fucking things. But if you're like. Eric crouch tuesday first heisman winner. I remember it was crowd as the first one. I is it. That's it charlie. Workplace centralists j. smith. There's wiki fucking played for the panthers. Won a heisman. Now sells insurance. Aren't going gonna run down. We'll do a couple of hundred munches. We'll get outta here. White socks day. Two thousand six national championship with usc in texas davos winning tim tebow beaver stadium. Jump around at camp randall. Minced nick sabin. Joe borough rose bowl stadium. The grove florida. Lsu two thousand seven addy reggie bush death valley six betting the hawaii game coach. Oh chief charles. Woodson neilan stadium tailgating ohio state. Miami two thousand three national championship. Mike leach carl. The big house pat fitzgerald fiesta. Bowl boise state. Oklahoma pregame halftime marching band. And eric crouch Stadiums stadiums ryan field..

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"eisman" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on First Things First

"Offenses feels versatile. I'm not a hundred percent sure. That is going to work if you were just in the middle of a quarterback battle jamie's number one pick. He's started all the gas head start in a long time. But he's a starting quarterback. Am i just supposed to assume that jamie's rhythm wise he gets into it is going to be cool or at least be at his best if tastes coming in and tastes averaged seventeen snaps with drew brees. That tastes man. Starts getting seventeen. Snaps with james winston. Do we think that in a hunt to be versatile that that could actually hurt janus mrs rhythm as he's trying to find some flow within the offense. No i don't think so And rodney here. Since told me a long time ago that the league has a way of humbling. You and that's what what's happened. He was he was the pick that he was and he had the the career that he's had so far and he's had to go to a new place in the savage himself and this is one of those situations where he's got a. It's no longer about him. Being the number one of a number one draft choice or or the starting quarterback. He's got a show that he can contribute to the team in a meaningful way. Not put the team in bad situations by making poor decisions and and being able to use tastes them as a as a supplement to that as a way to take reps off the opposing defense and in preparation for janus that. That's a huge benefit. That is a significant bennett. Benefit for james to have but it's also a very strong reminder that if you don't take care of the football which is the most important thing you have to do and the nfl then there is someone else that is going to come in and take care of the football and and having that consistently there is a good thing. The only pushback i would have to. That is who who. Who's who's that guy that's gonna come in and take care of the football it's not taste mill is sack. Turnover machine like they. I mean the. Maybe it is to me. And i'm the only guy john trevor siemian that are like. Hey why wasn't he in this battle. But i mean maybe that's who it is but here's the reality of it. This is interesting. Because james wasn't number one and eisman trophy winner and there. Are this kind of odd taste. Mill stands out there so the because the saints for the last fifteen years have been a super relevant team but that bill has now come do and the same no matter who won. This quarterback battle are going to be back like. That's the other element of it. There's a lot more saints talk in the off season there. Once the season gets going they spent all that money coach. Put it on the credit card. Put it on the credit card. Wanna win one withdrew wanna win withdrew the salary caps. Fake will push money down. The road would voidable years with all this stuff and now that roster is thin they actually still have a decent amount of top level players but there will be injuries and their second and third level. Guys are non-existent. michael. Thomas is still. We don't know when he's coming back. After the week one injury he suffered like teen lecco. Oh he's not in a position to contend for anything this year. So i get why the hope is. Hey play james. Because if he learned from a year under drew learn from. Sean payton got his eyes fixed. He's always had a bunch of talent. Because they've james can be a fifteen interception guy. he's a good quarterback. I know that's more than you would like but fifteen you can handle one journ over a game. You can handle given the fact that he is such alive arm and so that's like what this year's about figuring out of james comey their quarterback moving forward because they're not going to be a good football team this year. You to your point about paying the bill they do have to pay the bill and and and you know eventually you have to make really tough decisions but but you say if it's fifteen turnover fifteen interceptions that. That's one part of the equation. But it's also. How many touchdowns is it. Twenty thousand fifteen interceptions or we assuming that it's going to be thirty touchdown interception. Yeah i it depends on what that ratio is and his ratio has never been very very good. And when you're a good team it's hard to overcome turnovers if you're not a good team it's almost impossible to overcome turnovers. So if you feel like your defense is solid if you feel like you can run the ball effectively and you can manage game. Sometimes you have to do that in order to win and look. I'm cheering for james. I think that that he's an exciting player. he's a he's a likable guy. It you wanna see everybody get a second opportunity and take advantage of it and the most important question he asked to answer is if he's able to now fix this this problem and i really hope he is now history tells you that that you know guys tend to be who they are six point. Are you setting up to fail with the with the way that roster set up and who they've got right now we shall see. Hey long road to the big game just beginning. Which team is more likely to make it back to the super bowl this season chiefs or box. Break it down on the other side. Versing spurs on a friday tomorrow called football kicks off on fox. Big ten battle awaits dual threat adrian martinez lean nebraska against illinois one eastern on fox and the fox sports don't for some stores historic morning sponsored by ram trucks built to serve and we are talking about the last two teams standing last season in the nfl. The bucks and the chiefs pro. Football focus has kansas city with the league's highest projected win total of twelve and a half then brady in the book sitting right behind them at twelve put last year's super bowl teams be this year's super bowl teams. All right nick. I got a really strong feeling. I know which team you trust more to get back. 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"eisman" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Defenseman to also match morris more insider. I believe his name is who is Maybe the fourth pick or another high macaire. Yeah german start. He was sick this year in the swedish league So you got to book ends on d. right to young guys. Eisman knows what he's doing. I really liked that. Selection built from the goal out other than that are a. You're right it was a little bit of a woman in here. You got you. You mentioned that other detroit pick. I talked about him earlier. The six six gold tenor sebastian cosa. That was a big move in order to move up to number fifteen he was supposed to be the second he picked and is rated obviously seen enough to think that he is genuinely to point all just that big presence in that You mentioned william akron. But the family affair situation mike cylinders kid actually ended up getting drafted. Coal cylinder was joking around about it on twitter. It was. Who's the guy who played for the blue jackets at one point. Right play for everyone. They had to be one of the team. Yes that's what. yeah so. That's what kelly joking around about. He said he was going over to his draft party. And you said although it sucks it's not live. He says he's one guy that is an eighty percent chance that you'll be able to pull out of jersey because his old man's got him on the back from every team. So i d- the more family ties were kaltenbach kirby dak kirby doc's brother of course seth jones brother upcoming coming over that duncan keith trade and inset joan scientist chicago so that was kind of a happened all around the draft as well And then kahlil mccarthy brother Taylor ended up going the two hundred twentieth spots so that was a good day for the family. That was the day he got his six year. Nine million dollar deal as well so Brian boucher's kid tenth overall and then brian savage. His son named red savage. How dope is that one hundred overall to detroit so there was just plenty of of people and of course earlier. I mention dj. Shane get drafted at thirty seventh. Second overall to the coyotes who came out of the usa chicago chicago steel. Shono to that program. That's where own power played the year before he went to michigan have become the dominant force in the united states hockey league. I think the owners got a ton of money done a great job and building a premier franchise in the usa. Shell and then the one kind of biggest off. The board selection was ottawa. Took tyler boucher from the national development program. They took him tenth overall. Nobody i didn't see anything pre-draft in terms of having him that high But that was a selection where a lot of people said. It's a dj smith type player in your face pain in the ass prick with offense upside so a little bit of a reach their at ten but obviously ottawa see something there that they think it ended up being a future study in the national league while said well said i mentioned a few minutes ago. A lot of the action was before the draft. And the big name go. Seth jones chicago picked up. Seth jones. a i this year. The number thirty two overall a sixth and twenty two from columbus for defenseman. Adam volk quest. I this year which was number twelve overall second in twenty one in a conditional. I in twenty two if chicago wins. One of the twenty two draft lotteries depict becomes the first in twenty three and then chicago went and signed jones to an eight-year. Seventy six million dollar extension kicks next season nine point five million average annual value. We suspect that he was gonna get traded. Respect him he's going to get paid. He got both wet as a fellow demand. Let's go to you first. While while is what i'll say i want to show yard line and i think he did a phenomenal job here. I i like bo. Quist and the amount of draft picks that they got for this guy is is wild considering he pretty much had the team by the balls. He kept. He kept telling them well. Not signing with you guys and if you treat me to that team i'm not signing with them and then the team's not willing to give up what columbus wants back so in the end it was. His brother was in chicago from the keith trade. Visit mentioned he was open about. Or i'm assuming he was very open with columbus about wanting to be there and the return they got was huge now in terms of seth jones. I don't think since analytics have become a thing. There has been a player loved from the eye test and by the fan who isn't into analytics and hated by the analytics team and department of people who who do that for a living because it is a complete disconnect in terms of there's a group of people telling you and watching player and saying this guy's dominant. He's a great defenceman. he does it offensively. he does defensively. he's huge. You can eat minutes. He's physical and the other side saying he stinks. Which is realistically kind of what they say not necessarily stinks. But in terms of what. He's making his consideration being a top five top. Defend ten defense in the league. No he's trash that's what they say. You read the numbers you read. The a wins above replacement is a big one. All these different factors to which it's an argument where you watch him play and he looks great and people who watch them yet. Look at stats. Say he's no good. So the one thing i'll say is it's a fucking cap hit and a half. I mean that is a lot of money for a guy who still was he. Twenty six years old. You're getting them in the prime of his career..

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"eisman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"App download. Now remember the former quarterback. Nick darko by wanna take a guess on where he played. I remember that seems like years ago but he's now at san jose state. He's all over the n l. It's a very sad news to pass along from a gentleman we had on here not that long ago. mark richt the former georgia and miami coach Acknowledged last night on social media that he has been diagnosed with parkinson's disease and we certainly wish coach. The very very best as he deals with that What are we going to do here today that we will begin shortly About thirteen minutes from now. With one of our favorite guests l. Dunkin from espn will drop by. We'll get her. Take on pretty much everything. Ben strauss from the washington. Post bruce feldman on nfl and joe goodman columnist in alabama on. What's happening there. No surprise that the first the first athlete who got a deal was for sweet tea. Is there any other kind of tea in alabama Eight five five two four two seven two eight five. Let's begin with john who was in louisville. Hey john good afternoon good afternoon. Paul and I let me wish you and your family as well as shares staff hidden behind the curtain there. That does such a great job and of course The fans very safe and enjoyable fourth of july very much I wanted to comment on your comments about Urban liar. I said liar meyer. That was freudian slip. Urban meyer and Eisman the comments. You made this morning on get up so let me i cover. urban meyer. I think you're spot on with his long term prospects or tenure down there just seems like You start in the circle that will end up with a Four sticks.

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"eisman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Crease comes out to pellet. Now bars. L finds him cutting Mayfield Shoot Who star And why does that happen? That happens because bars l is playing like his hair is on fire like it's the third period and bars L is still grinding away every shift. And he was he was out there trying to be a playmaker like he created a ton of opportunities for his team, and that play happens because I mean he just continuously all over the puck. And the fact that Mayfield goes glove side right over the left shoulder. Vasilevskiy there who is a monster in the net to begin with. I mean, this thing barely slips in there, and it's all because bars l has the hands. To keep possession of the puck. Keep his head up. In the Tampa Bay zone. Find Mayfield. Mayfield shoots this thing. He's below the faceoff circle like the actual dot itself. He's really close, um to the area that's right between The Red line. It would be the goal line extended. You know, so he's shooting from as you're looking at it on the television. He's in the bottom right corner of the screen. And he's right there, where the faceoff circle is about to make its turn. So he's still in the faceoff circle, but barely The angle on this thing is incredible. And the fact that he's able to put it up off the off the iron. Over the glove and shoulder of Vasilevskiy, who's in great position to make the safe. He just can't I didn't think there's any well, that's a tough shot. Boom. It's It's like, Oh, boy. Here we go to two. And I don't have any connection to the Islanders whatsoever. Never been a fan of them. Don't have any. Um, You know any any relatives that I'm really aware of? In New York, most of most of my family all migrated Midwest. I'm sure there's a couple stragglers out there somewhere distant cousins or something, but I don't have any attachments in New York. Really questions in New York is the five families outside of that. What's the matter with you? Outside that nothing. Nothing. I don't even like New York. When people talk about Oh, I love New York. Such a great city like No. Do you guys see the videos of what NYPD has to deal with every day of the week? No, no, thank you. Not trying to be there. People just stacked on top of each other and high rises all over the place. Can't get anywhere. You're going to pay more for parking out there, then you will for them in in in the Midwest on your mortgage. Depending on when you got in because the housing market's crazy right now. Taxi cabs. Everybody's honking. Everybody's angry all the time. No way. No, thank you. I'm going to live in a city like that. That's busy. It's going to be somewhere where the weather isn't trash for half the year. I have no connection to the Islanders. But they went down to nothing. And I like Tampa Bay, because I I think I made this comparison on the program yesterday. I like Tampa Bay because they there's parts of them that remind me of The Red Wings. Now I know that they've missed the postseason. I think six times since 0203 right in the odds of anybody, you know, being able to capture that Redwing streak, the play out front of the 26 consecutive appearances in the playoffs. To be really, really hard to do like that's, uh, that's a once in a lifetime type of gig. You know, we didn't realize how good we had it until it was gone. And now we're sitting where we're at. But I'm watching that game and I kind of somehow maybe route a little bit for Tampa Bay cause Steve Eisman had a hand in that and he's one of ours. Okay, I kind of rolled with Tampa Bay a little bit. But I want a seven game seat like I love when things go seven, like every series unless my teams and if my teams in it, let's go four or five games, get it over with on to the next one. But if I don't have a rooting interest in it, like I don't have a really an interest in Tampa Bay or or New York. I want every series to go seven. Because in our business in the radio world And in the television sports business. And in the print journalism business. The more these series go. The longer this goes, the better it is. Because it gives us this opportunity right now to talk about it because the calendars are so off because the late start to the season We're going to have finals NBA and Stanley Cup in July. It's going to be awesome. Right around the corner. Boom. NFL camp starts up. We're right back in full swing the best time of the year, which is the fall. Love debatable. I'm kind of I'm kind of my like college basketball, pro basketball. I like the NHL. So for me, it was springtime. Baseball's getting underway, So there's a lot on a lot of options. A lot of good things happening so Spring is usually pretty pretty busy and pretty active. But NFL's king and we all know that and now this just gives us an opportunity to talk a little bit more of what's happening and the Stanley Cup. And that was one hell of a game, and it was 222. I was anxious for the Islanders, and like I said, I have no attachment there. But I was like, you know what? They were there down 02. They come back to get that first one. Nothing more dangerous than a two goal lead. Ask anybody's ever played the game. They'll tell you that two goal lead is scary. And Tampa Bay. Just just prove your wife. They they just they just showed you exactly why Wilco trough Be good to go that we do not know if he'll be ready for Game seven. If he's not. That's a huge loss. And I believe it was may feel that hit him with a cross. Jack. If I'm not if I'm not mistaken. Cross checking one of those penalties that is, it's like holding in football. The cross checks happen continuously throughout the length of the game, unless you're going to crack down on it. And what are we doing? I mean, you watch the game tonight between Vegas and Montreal, eight o'clock on USA of all things, And this is why the new NHL media rights deals so big they're going to get some games on Turner. Going to get back on ESPN. This is huge for the National Hockey League. And if you're a hockey fan, this is huge for you. Because it's going to get the NHL back on center stage because there is no way I don't care what's on NBC tonight. I don't know what's on NBC, because, frankly, outside of Sunday night football, I'm not watching a whole lot of NBC. All I watch is sports..

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"eisman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on WJR 760

"To go to Sweden, and it gives me a chance to play and play a lot. I'd like to do it and I thought it was a great idea Form and he went there in the Swedish leads a pretty good league and he did very well. Um And again, probably did he I wasn't sure what my expectations for that league were, but he did well, and he's done well again here at the World championships, so we're encouraged. He's progressing well. He's a mature young man. Physically strong. He's still got a lot of things to work on. You know, he has never played against, uh, Nathan MacKinnon, her Kehlmann car or Nikita Creech air off for Brayden point or Tom Wilson or any of these guys yet, so that's a whole other step, and we'll see. You know, he'll get that opportunity likely next year, and we'll see how he does. Once again kindly joining us tonight. Here on 7 60 wjr, the Red Wings executive vice president and general manager, Steve I Zerman, Steve. It's funny. You know some of the guys that you mentioned. I mean, Nikita is a perfect example. Everybody wants to talk about. You know the top picks in the draft and you were besieged with that. You know where you make your bread? You find the guys like that at 58. Or you find some of those guys. You know, later in the draft that put that team together and One of the things that jumped out to me and I told during this 1000 times is the day that you had your press conference April 19th 2019. You didn't blow any smoke? You told people guys This is a process. It's going to take some time. But we want to get this franchise back to where we were accustomed to. And back where you guys were. Two years later. Ha. How's that? Progress Been Steve? By your estimation, Are you where you think you would be? How would you describe what it is two years into that rebuild? Well, um, you know, I didn't. I didn't put a lot into you know if you project your team at the start of the year where you think you know what your expectations are you work with your coach is, uh, you know, what are we trying to accomplish? What are our goals for the season? Two years into my 10 year, I guess as the general manager I look at what am I trying to do? I'm trying to, uh, you know, get as much young talent as we possibly can. That's and whether it's in, you know the form of draft picks or for the future or kids. We've already drafted, signing college free agents, whatever it is trying to get as much Young talent as we can been through what two drafts with the Red Wings. Now we've got a lot of picks in the upcoming draft. A lot of picks in the next draft. So, uh, I guess the plan is is trying to acquire as much young talents we can. I'm sticking to that. And, uh, we're looking to you to improve our team each year. Um, because I think it's important to for your young players. Whether it's Dylan Larkin or Phillips, Adina or possibly more insider next year. You want to surround them with Character veterans with with some players that helped them grow in developed at the NHL level. So where I'm not sure where I expected us to be in year two. It's not like I sit here and go. Okay. You know, last year I planned on having 40 points this year. I wanted to have us 50 points finished 7th 6th or whatnot. It's not as simple as that. I'm just Sticking to a process of trying to get as much young talent as we can run a good development program. Uh, all from from the From the moment they're drafted or signed through the the American Hockey League until they get to the NHL and and along the way, we hope we get some pleasant surprises and players. We didn't expect to be as good as they were, and that would expedite the process. So I guess, um I'm pleased with the season that we had. I see progress and a lot of our younger players. Um, you know, I expect I expect us to continue to get better our young players to continue to get better in in the add to the prospects that are in our system. Hey, Stevie. Uh, one last thing, which is everybody out there when I say it took me a long time to take my own advice, But if I listen to Steve Eisenman, usually good things happen. And if your fans you listen to what Stevie just said he's going to map it out together. Now I want to take you back because Don't know. How do other than to ask this question. It didn't. It's not for me it from somebody in this room, but it goes back to your goal in 95 against John Casey and the and the, uh, 95 96 97 6. Yeah, OK, 96. Yeah, So it goes back. You want to tell it, Eric, I'll ask this question. You can Please treat at this response because I figured if your answer cons going to ask him some questions here. Feel free to take this one. Right? Here you go. Yeah, go ahead. Uh, so I have afraid when I told friends you were coming on, ask for some questions, and one of them's a hockey fan. But after running this question by Darren, we're going to test his credentials. He would like to know if the slapper in 96 from the blue line against the Blues was just a puck deep for a chance to change. But where you actually aiming at the corner? The only thing I was trying to do with Murray Baron was a defenseman right in front of me was trying to shoot it by his ankle, not hit him in the feet. That's all I was trying to do, Um From that far out, like like I'm just trying to get pucks. Shoot! Get the pucks on the net. Shoot it at the net. We're in overtime. Was that double overtime at that point, you know, they don't call a lot of penalties. It was hot. We're all tired. Your shifts were short, so I was. I was thinking anytime I got the puck, just shoot it. And like I said, at that point, the only thing I was trying to do is get it. By Murray Baron seat. Well, there wasn't as dumb as I thought. But there's it's Steve Eisman is that he was thinking right there Barring in for the dramatics because I always wanted to get tackled by Bobby, Are you like you get back in Peterborough? Anyway, Let's be honest, Mac. Like we show a lot of pucks together. I couldn't pick the corner from that far out. I'm surprised that even got that far. My shotting. Good silk. Listen, they they know you're the worst. Everybody knows you're the worst practice player in the history of the world because of me, Robot ties Number two, and I'm number three, but it's a great list. I follow you anywhere, buddy. And I appreciate you, Uh, Coming on, and, uh, indulging us in great luck, and I love what you said, because this is a true thing that came out of your mouth. If it works out, it's yours. If not japes is in trouble. So there you go. Somebody else's fault. Nothing's changed. Not this change. Good luck. Hope to see you soon. Thank you guys. Have a great night. You bet. There he is. President JIA. Mr Steve, I zerman with knowledge. Just listen to what the gentleman says, and you have the path to the future. It's coming. I don't know when, but it's wine anyways. Thanks for joining us on the Darren McCarthy's show when we come back. Oh, my God. It's alpha Positive time, Mr positive. I hope you're there. But you have 76 love it. W J. Yeah. Experience fighting voter suppression. Check the commitment to improve our public schools. Check a plan to expand affordable housing and health care for all Virginians. Check. Check. Check..

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"eisman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"eisman" Discussed on WJR 760

"The tough get going, right. Do you guys get through this series? Picked example. Like, you know, I remember seeing him in London for many years. I hated watching him like But Mac, you bring a guy like that on your team, and you appreciate what he brings to the table. I mean, you just do And obviously you your team had a couple of those guys. All those all those cup championships and You know, multi had a knack for getting under people's skin and everything. And you think, um, yeah, but you know it, Darrin. You're You're absolutely you watch a guy like that play and you're like, Oh, my gosh. I got to play like this guy, you know, And I I think that that's contagious and you're seeing guys get gritty, I love Absolutely love Gallagher. I think he's such an underrated player. It is. They are a different team. When number eleven's in the lineup in him getting healthy. I think it took him a couple games. Get back into it in that leaf series, But Brendan Gallagher is is just a heart and soul type of player of watching that kid play. I give b g Brendan Gallagher the nickname Blood and guts there it is. Blood and guts anyways arm. The good producer Eric Doors has a selfish question for your neighbor Hobbs, Man. When you see them when I get a new nickname every time the show happens, but they played great. I like this is my selfishness. I'm taking a little credit. They won because they were down and they need to win three in a row and I put a little bit. I put a little bit on them, and they got the W so I wanted to ask Cabs, man and Sean both in Sean, You can converse with halves man about this. Do you guys want me to bet on him again against Winnipeg to help you guys through to the next round? That's up to you. I don't tell a man how they can spend them. I'll tell you this, though. Have you guys seen Jeff Petry with that moustache? He looks exactly like his dad. It is. It is absolutely frightening. He looks like 84 84 Peaches. Exactly, but it's incredible. It's like Oh, my goodness. The kids got the kids got a faster slapper in the old man had a fastball. Oh, so he's a big part of that final anyways, The times. Come the man. The myth the legend. Mr Steve Eisman will join us after this break. Please stay tuned. Darren McCarty Show am 7 60 wjr. Hmm..

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Professor Tom Eisman: The Real Reason Why Startups Fail Now

The Small Business Radio Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Professor Tom Eisman: The Real Reason Why Startups Fail Now

"One of the eternal questions in entrepreneurship is why do so many startups fail here with some answers. Is tom eisman. Who's the howard h stevenson professor of business administration the harvard business school and faculty co chair of the arthur rock center for entrepreneurship thomas. Authored more than one hundred s case studies and his writing has appeared in the wall street journal. Harvard business review in forbes. He's the author of a new book called. Why startups failed tom. Welcome to the show area. Thanks for having me well. How have you been surviving through the pandemic. just great it's A great time to write a book and it turns out. I know i'm ready to yeah plenty of quiet time. So why do startups fail. That's the first question we gotta start with sure Startups fail because they run out of money and they can't raise more Which i guess isn't very helpful. It's like the coroner saying This this person died from loss of blood and so it is because i always say that every business fails because they run out of money and i think that's important because so many entrepreneurs don't value cash flow. They keep looking at sales. So i think it is instructive especially protect startups. Where where there's a tolerance for For losing money under the expectation that if you can big enough you're to make some money but but boy If you get in trouble along the way and you can't raise the next round when you when you're burning through cash you you're on the way failure or you don't listen to customers actually help fund your business in those smaller things that perhaps just a service oriented company exactly so do starts fail also because not. Everyone is meant to be an entrepreneur. I think that over the last. I guess since the internet bubble of the early two thousands. We've kind of romanticized. Starting a business as a get rich. Quick scheme i mean we know we think of mark zuckerberg and elon. Musk is it because sometimes the wrong people start businesses yeah. I don't think there's there's no doubt about that. I think some some sizable fraction of of new businesses fail. Because people aren't cut out for it.

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The Real Reason Why Startups Fail

The Small Business Radio Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

The Real Reason Why Startups Fail

"Well one of the eternal questions in entrepreneurship is why do so many startups fail here with some answers. Is tom eisman. Who's the howard h stevenson professor of business administration the harvard business school and faculty co chair of the arthur rock center for entrepreneurship thomas. Authored more than one hundred s case studies and his writing has appeared in the wall street journal. Harvard business review in forbes. He's the author of a new book called. Why startups failed tom. Welcome to the show area. Thanks for having me well. How have you been surviving through the pandemic. just great it's A great time to write a book and it turns out. I know i'm ready to yeah plenty of quiet time. So why do startups fail. That's the first question we gotta start with sure Startups fail because they run out of money and they can't raise more Which i guess isn't very helpful. It's like the coroner saying This this person died from loss of blood and so it is because i always say that every business fails because they run out of money and i think that's important because so many entrepreneurs don't value cash flow. They keep looking at sales. So i think it is instructive especially protect startups. Where where there's a tolerance for For losing money under the expectation that if you can big enough you're to make some money but but boy If you get in trouble along the way and you can't raise the next round when you when you're burning through cash you you're on the way failure or you don't listen to customers actually help fund your business in those smaller things that perhaps just a service oriented company exactly

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Climate change is damaging the lifelong health of children across the world, medical officials warn

NPR News Now

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Climate change is damaging the lifelong health of children across the world, medical officials warn

"Researchers for more than a dozen universities and the World Health Organization sation say that climate change poses a particular threat to the health of children. NPR's not EISMAN has more on the findings over the last two decades. The the world has made tremendous progress on child health vaccinating children lifting millions out of poverty and reducing child mortality by more than forty percent but during that same period hit climate change has been pushing up average temperatures around the world when result last year. The number of days suitable for the transmission of bacteria called Vibrio doubled it to more than one hundred days. Vibrio Causes Cholera and diarrhoea which is an especially big killer among kids also the conditions for growing all sorts of staple crops have become less favourable by as much as six percent that can lead to malnutrition which is bad for anyone but for a child whose body is still growing the consequences quences can be lifelong and irreversible Narita Eisenman. NPR

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Official, Muqtada Al Sada and Iraq discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:31 min | 4 years ago

Official, Muqtada Al Sada and Iraq discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"Now tweeted that he and president xi jinping are working together to help the chinese telecoms company get back in business i it's a major uturn for trump who has constantly accused china of stealing american jobs and technology meanwhile here in europe italy populist have all but completed a governing plan that includes a flat tax as low as fifteen percent a guaranteed income for the poor and a lower retirement age luigi de maya of the anti savage five star movement told the answer news agency that he and matteo salvini of the antiimmigrant league have refined the last details of their quite contract for the government of change the pay intend to meet president sergio mozzarella today although we still don't know whom i end up being the prime minister in italy and finally in top corporate news the burger berman group money manager of course he famously predicted the collapse of the subprime mortgage market before the two thousand eight financial crisis while he has now recommended shooting deutsche bank shares this is steve is man making the comments in an interview with bloomberg in hong kong bike has real profitability issues avenue spend money on technology a very very long time probably undercapitalized if he can probably raise capital again next year problem back i think it has to shrink dramatically so that was steve eisman speaking to bloomberg is no airbag berman managing director but he is better known to all of us as the man behind the big short isn't hey right so let's get over to bloomberg's leeann garin that she's good with the latest in global news headlines good morning good morning caroline in iraq supporters of the shiite cleric muqtada al sada have taken to the streets of baghdad after the country's electoral commission said he was the front runner in national elections official results in from just over half of the country's provinces the election mount by record low turnout was the first since iraq declared victory over the islam state group indonesia and please say vehicle bomb has exploded on monday at a station in serbia injuring at least ten people if some sunday suicide attacks on three churches in the city carried out by six members of one family please say the family recently visited syria and had links to an islamic state in spite militant group indonesian president joko widodo.

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