27 Burst results for "Eleventh Year"

"eleventh year" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:15 min | 10 months ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Exactly like the lowest form of cell fourth is just like please call me by my name you guys are like i don't i don't give this. I don't deserve that tree. I'm just a chill dude to get up so by what you don't own name. Who gets gives us shit blair sake sake. The drink sake heat sake. Oh really disgusting. I love it was. I guess a perfect her case. That is nice good. we're putting. oh okay turnaround. That was his last Last thing that he created while while on the show oh so grow one time. So what are what our anniversary right. Yeah towers and it was the eleventh year and that's pottery there's a there's a medal or something assigned to it so i said why don't why we record today. Why don't we make things out of pottery. So he made that. I made this dick slash microphone. So i was like. Oh look i mean a microphone. And he was like i did an later. Look at me you have man. John is a special ed. Yeah to psychotherapists they're gonna right. Here's my number. Give me a call head. It's gonna be alright blair. Well thank you for coming through and joe. Great time is great Don know.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Of incentive. Well let's talk about more after the break I'm mitch hose of misconceptions podcast. The talks about the struggles of modern day millennials and gen z. As you'll navigate through college entered the real world build our couriers. Let's talk about the realities of adulting and corporate road. But no one will tell you about these things you wish you knew sooner to get the head or simply just to get by. Join me in. My gas. Misconceptions as we discuss maximizing college life after college building your career self-improvement relationships and anything and everything that will help you on your personal and career development to make sure you check out my podcast. A few listening to this episode. See there rick. We are with yan yangjiang again. Who told us again how she dow got into send it in house able to skill. But i understand. I'm also in the process of expanding in the we have a team of around five now in indo. And this is the first time that i've ever expanded business overseas. This is my tenth year s a startup. eleventh year actually started founder. And it's scary as hell. I don't it's like the first start all over again. i know some. Some things are apply in indo from philippine. Lot of new ones as we have to adjust on. And i understand from your of view. What the dynamics are that. You have with the head office in jakarta when when when you did this with moses because again lucille moment still there's gonna be a lot of nuances that you have to do and you still have to have a lot of wiggle room to do to do you make it as big as it is now. How did that dynamic were fortunate in that ended has in an experiments framework already. So i think for us. Experiment team is basically like a swat team Five people that that's usually recap it that goes out. The problem finds product market fit. And if we find if we clear that thirty percent month-on-month growth bar then gets restores to turn into a real product so the philippines was the largest most ambitious experiment. We've ever taken on but it still took the same mindset. So i think early on maybe almost a year. The philippines ran very independently from the home office particularly through the early part of covid because everything had to pivot quickly. We had to make a lot of decisions. You know day to day. That really affected the roadmap. We really couldn't plan the same way that you know. The rest of the company has like a series b startup could plan and then just about six months ago. We really started this effort to as we started to see traction build up in the philippines was quite clear until he's here to stay. You really start this effort of trying to integrate back into our bu operations and so now kind of settled on his hybrid model. That i really love. Which is that. We get to take advantage of economies of scale. Obviously a lot of the operational stuff needs to be centralized in order for us to continue to grow so i think things like customer success. Our customer success team is regional. Our product specialists our regional. A lot of what. That operation side is regionalised as much as possible so that we can take advantage of like machine learning based fraud detection. We don't want to have to build out to models for two different countries arcelor. What remains very localized are couple of functions so on the partnership side because partnerships is so specific to each country. And it'd be both so many soft skills that partnership side is always localized always still run from its scramble. The second aspect is covered relations compliance combat aspect. Because we're a tech company a lot of government relations and complaints touches upon the products. We actually build right because even our on boarding process. It's highly customized per country. So i think in terms of determining the product associated with that and also just maintaining those relationships with regulators. That's extremely localized. And we really only touch base with the corresponding teams just to share insights knowledge across the pond. And then finally there. Is this mobilization kind of task force when it comes to product so their product managers sit in the philippines indonesia in singapore all of these product. Managers our regional. So i think for us what we love is that all product managers think about their products across the region. This is how we enforce that. The products themselves have to skill regionally. From the moment they're built site for some larger products we do have representatives in particular market just to make sure that that market nuances adequately captured so for for direct debit. There's an indonesian localization pm who've been like look after making sure the partnerships the banks etc are well communicated with on that side. I think the part that to me makes a stand out is really that we don't try to enforce it. A podcast look the scene in both markets. There's this very clearly that density pass to be localized and that there are people who are accountable. Rashy pushing net localization instead of trying to force a homogeneous product. Which is i think. A lot of regional companies end up trying to do because that was the second of course is a lot more efficient and easy to pull off. But i i think on the first one if you can really calibrate correctly. That's the secret sauce to making sure you succeed in hit it out of the park in both trace is amazing. Well not ed and thank you lecture that for that answer. I also want to find out from again. Whatever you can share. Don't share everything but as a company aside from to thirty percent mom the on month ruth that you look whereas benchmark for product market fit. I want to know what metrics we care about. The most incentive does not start pretty standard. They haven't changed since you know. Joined the company. The first is Month-on-month growth for total payments lines. So i think we want hit thirty percent month-on-month I think actually as of this year we've been clearing that thirty percent bar pretty well. Length is actually been quite scary the amount of graphs and he brings the challenges of its own. When it comes to you know scaling back office and everything been associated. I think that that's always our top metric. That's what we tie-break against it's a total payment volume people. Ask me a lot of times. You know why it's volume and not number of customers why it's not something else and it really comes down to just market share. I think early on what we care about is making sure that people know us. In the market lies on synonymous with a were market leaders. Here then our second metric we've started tracking punks lunch and is something that you know. Now you can see through. Our sme initiatives and so forth is monthly active customers. So we want to. How similar kind of level of growth month-on-month of course in our monthly active customers. Because now we're also trying to think about. How do we scale out to estimate we've brought on all these enterprises to kind of bring volumes. How do we now make sure the sme's also think of us as their best friend in the digitalization effort absolutely and that's should because again other than the month-on-month growth that you have for market bit. What are the key determinants as well as retention if you're getting thirty percent month-on-month but churn or the amount of people that you're losing at the same time also high. Then you're always chasing tail per se but if you're keeping a bunch of a lot of your users and they keep coming back then that right. There is a recipe for success now again. Start at this and you really wanted to double down recently. The reason why. I really bugged the hell out of you because i saw something on lincoln that you are coming up with the level of accelerator. Can you talk about this. And what's in store for the philippine businesses that you talk about especially.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Break your boundary So that they can feel more comfortable in in what they're doing. Because here's the thing. When when i stopped eating pork and beef when you became vegan people start to think about themselves and how they interact with you. You don't have to say anything. They will say well. Cork isn't so bad. Your light s. Say that based. I'm like yeah they're like. Why are you eating that. They're like you know. I just can't give up bacon. I love bacon. I'm like that's frigging awesome. You should love like no one has more to say. Everyone's like vegans plant based people always have so much to say. I'm like no one has more to say than the people at the table with them. I swear to goodness yeah. Yeah and because of that discomfort that they are feeling they would rather you be just like them than them except you as you. It's like you eat a little bit. It's like but i don't want to. I want to support me in. Mike food preferences. I won't even say diet. But my food preferences are just respect you so much for knowing or having the wherewithal to set those boundaries. So early on. Because i feel like at least in my own experience it's like i've been participating in a rhythm in a relation in a relationship especially with my family for so long that now kind of breaking away from it and or doing something different is so painful because they are like who are you. But you've been this person for so long you know and so i guess what is you know is there. Is there something happening. I don't know it feels almost like primal like okay so like your individual hitting from the family. What is what is actually happening. You know within either the family system or biologically when that happens working. You're becoming more of yourself. You know as we get older. We become more of who we are. You ever hear people say things like all when you get older you just say it like it is. It's like yeah. I don't have time to play these games anymore. Fake this is the beginning of it like now. I don't want to go to the party. And no i actually don't want go over at so and so's house like you start to acknowledge like the things that bother you in because you've gone along with it for so long people are shocked. They're like oh my gosh like actually of hated it for the past ten years in the eleventh year. I am saying no more. I remember when i got mary. I pretended is like to sleep under the. What do you call the she'd on top of the fitted sheet. Whatever that she is is to to life that right and so i have this sheet on you. Comforter day amid it was a few months later. But i i just woke up. I was like she needs and i took the sheet off. The bay of i am very much bid sheet officer. I don't need that extra sheet. They're right but i was. I was faking right unlike all he likes it all like it too. And i'm like. I actually hate the way this feels on top of my body and i can't take it anymore and he's like okay coup like yeah i no. I was doing like liberated. I'm a liberated woman because it just gets stuck at the end of the bed my feed all night. That's so funny. It's funny in the in relationships. Sort of i don't know for its boundaries are permeable but we're just trying to for me. I think i've tried to be so agreeable again relationships on like i'm cool. I'm laid back. Whatever i don't mind and then over time you're like no. This is actually how. I feel what i care about. Yeah yeah and i think sometimes we learned that as we go and and perhaps that was my way of trying to be agreeable like maybe maybe this is something i made up about myself. And it's like no it was real. You really don't like this and your feed into the comforter with all of these she year the really being the yourself and figuring out what works you know. He could sleep under the sheet not couldn't like they're so many alternatives that it doesn't have to be one way in a lot of times we just think it does because we don't wanna talk about this stuff we just go with the flow and is like. Oh my gosh like muchly. I'm tired of hearing referendum talk about her boyfriend like middle listening to you know like these things like we just let them go and we reached his breaking point and most of us will we be sharp breaking point. It comes out so aggressive. When we set the boundary is like a yale cake. A scream.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"To talk with so it's been great. You hold any sort of events leading up to camp to sort of able to have people come on now that we're getting back open to Have any live events for donors or anything such as that or is it all online virtual donations these days. It's been mostly virtual but normally. We do like a big cocktail party in boston. Usually in november. And it's so much fun. And i'm dying to get back there so i'm really hoping for twenty twenty two but it's called campfires cocktails and it's like a camp themed cocktail party in the middle of boston. So you've got the camp nicknames. We've got fun camp activities but we also have more martinez so it's a fun time. It's a nice laid out for adults. But it's still you get the camp fund we've got cornhole. We've got flower crowns. We've got camp themed everything and it's just a good time. We will have to let us know where the happens. We'll definitely have to come to that in. That leads me to the question that i saw on your linked in witnesses you know. Ceo president and then it says s'mores what s moore's maker moore's designers now. I know what it is not as perfected technique over the years. I'm pretty good at making us more these days but everyone has their technique. You know if you're a bull in the fire burn it kind of person there for twenty minutes yesterday nicely hand. Everyone has their style. I learned the art of winters. Moore's when my daughter was younger by taking to graham crackers piece of chocolate in a peep in nuking them for ten seconds. And then pete melts and you indoor microwaves more. It's actually very good. I have to give you the best one. you do. The reese's cup instead of a regular piece of chocolate game changer appropriate. Because we are peanut. Free because many kids have allergies. So we don't do this camp. This is a personal owned my skills over the always the peanut butter up to the next level. And now they have the receives flats do they. Just my wife loves re season She's been working at home. So i tried to brings candy every once in a while your home office and i found the bag of receives flats the same the same thickness as the hershey bar. But they're flat bars As you change my life they are matrices. Moore's don't put it on linked in if it's not true aaron it it has been so great to meet you. Finally you know. We chatted a little bit online. And what you do is amazing in to turn your career prior to this into this amazing camp for kids and and giving back to them and it just amazed me what people can do when they really want to and when they want to give back and help the community and and take care of each other and it's so nice in this day and age to see that sort of thing happening anytime. You need a vote. Were there to help out. Whatever whatever you need you guys are right at our heart. Well i appreciate it. And i really appreciate the opportunity and everything you guys are doing to just help hold up other organizations and help get the word out we appreciate it so much great. Thank you ed before we go. I'm going to say when it camp. Casco dot org. It's camp and then casco was. Cas ceo that were again. We'll put them in the liner notes. So you'll be able to click on that and get to them. please help. please donate these kids. Need to have camp back as we talked about need to be live on. It's so nice that you can do this for them. In it's free to them and their families through the donations in the support that people give so please go to camp casco dot org gives much as you can again aaron. Thank you so much. Thank you now. You get to sit through our promo for golf. Now we've got coming up soon as head of our golf team. So i'm going to let him do his thing here. Thursday july twenty second in eight. Am shotgun start at four oaks golf course in drake massive beautiful course. We are excited to be back. We had an amazing tournament last year. We had over ninety golfers. Join us and with the restrictions lifted this year people can share golf carts so we can have upwards to one hundred and forty four people so please come on go to o h golf dot com register for yourself registered for a team. We have going to have lots of really fun contest during the day. The putting contest is by far something. You don't wanna miss. There are some incredible prizes on the putting contests and you can hardly miss because they are so many things for you to hit that you can win on the putting green. Yes leave it as a secret that is. I'll leave that but it's going to be a beautiful day. Hopefully we've had great weather every single tournament. This is our eleventh tournament eleventh eleventh year there will be a buffet lunch afterwards. If you wanna come join us. You don't even have to play golf you can. We have lunch only option and we have lots of other opportunities to support the organization. Ads t box. Sponsors events sponsors. We even have a ten dollar. Love line Line of support that you can We'll throw in our in our event program and we'll also have a assigned board that will have everybody's of line after tournament for other people to read and see how much we support each other the. Oh golf dot com bego awesome. And just so you know to. There'll be a silent auction at the dinner and we have some great stuff from the patriots. And the red sox celtics possibly some broadway stuff coming so a lot of cool things to come in and if you just wanna do launch in win something really cool. The biggest. the biggest item. We have at the moment i would think is a julian. Edelman signed jersey from the craft organization. Who gave it to us so very excited about that again. Thank you very much. It was a pleasure to meet you. And i hope we can do some stuff together. It'd be a lot of fun. Ed nine heading back down to the. Us massachusetts into fall river a more shooting a marketing This weekend for the uss massachusetts embattled goes. It's gonna be awesome this weekend. It is the water. We forty of us on this giant battleship. And i'm hoping forty of us make it back bit. It'll be a lot of fun to look for that we're also putting together. Our lhasa virtual show..

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"And we're open to everything and we really appreciate. That's great faith. would you please share with the audience. One of your favorite moments of working up lifts tae program. Oh okay. I personally have been with this program now since. I think. This is my eleventh year. Now that i've been with this particular program. And i have been able to see young people coming in not quite ready. Once this young lady she came in she did not have a personal connection as she had a child and probably two months ago. She sent me an invitation to her graduations for her master's degree of long with a beautiful photo of her daughter and how she's grown and those are the little things. Don't get me wrong. There's huge but it's the little things or is just that clients that may not have been the perfect client but because my number has never changed they always call me and say now i gave it even if they did get it then. Now i get it. One of the great things that has been able to happen with our program is that we also employ volunteers who were former clients and they serve as monitors on the property to help other young people learn.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

"Yes and like christie's clearly acknowledging them over and over again being like their family. They're my family there a second family. And it's like these three asphalt roost dairying levels of intelligence people every single day. I really cannot keep up with who they are. I did learn that that that was fascinating. That kyle says it's her eleventh year. Oh yeah snack. That snuck up. I was like oh my god. That's that's not nothing. Eleven years of housewives. it's been joyous decade pretty crazy. but they're looking better than ever phase like well. Maybe it's good news. We'll hang out more and in fake grabs their hands. And kyle's like. I'm scared to touch. Corey comes over with a hand. Sanitizer sprang it all over the food. Don't get like. don't get into margarita. Please they like all hold hands and they shout.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

Midlife Mastery

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

"So this is brock words and mid life mastery podcasts. And and you're joining us in actually the middle of a great conversation so we figured we'd better hit record here and so i've got jennifer mcclure and jennifer. So you've you've got kind of an awesome life you you speak right. You coach you podcast. I know i'm probably leaving something out. You travel back in the days when we had travel today. How do you introduce yourself to people. How how do you describe yourself. It should probably change. But i still identify as a professional speaker. You know for the last eleven years. I celebrated my eleventh year in business for myself or with myself for as myself this last week in february. Twenty twenty one. And i was at intend to continue living the dream. You said traveling around speaking and doing trainings and teaching and connecting with people. I tend to talk around the topics of strategic leadership. Personally in being and speaking. so that's what i love to do now. Has that radically changed over. The last Year almost year of not being able to get out on the road. Those things sure but there are still opportunities to do that. And i'm grateful for every one of them will and we can talk about that. That reinvention a little bit and actually i wanted to have this conversation with you jennifer for two big reasons because i was look for people who are either that we can learn from her living. Awesome life after fifty or can give solid advice on how to do it and for me. You fit both of those categories. So i i think you've got the awesome life nailed because on top of everything else you did i. You're very active with your horse. Horses seventy two two horses. Yeah always posting pictures of that angeles just living a good life and then and you are an expert in leadership and personal branding and so that just seemed like a really really good topic around when we think about okay so when when we hit that fifty sixty beyond you wanna just talk about you know. How can we approach that. What do we need to be thinking about. Where do people get in their own way. And so what. Why don't we go down. Well actually want. We go down the first path for a little bit so leading an awesome life. So what advice do you have How did you get to a point where you're just living a great life and feeling blessed. You will thank you right. I think i used to post a lot more pictures when those travelling and doing the work that i loved and i'd always hashtag living the dream because you know i was and i am. I'm and so that's living the dream for anybody. But i think for me a lot of it has because i m independent in the sense of. I'm single and i prioritize experiences. I've learned over the last few years over. Things are money. I like things. I like money. I need money to have experiences at a lot of cases but it is not beyond me to say yes to something. Because i think it's a great experience or i'd like to go there and so while other speakers or people who started businesses at the same time. Now they're million dollar speakers. I was not a million dollars speaker yet. Because i might take a trip to new zealand for free. You know not get paid to do that because unlike you said new zealand. That's all i needed to hear and then somebody's like well. How much are you going to get paid for that. And i'm like you know. I didn't even ask now. That's not to say for everybody listening. I don't need to get paid event planners around the world. Please offer to pay me. But i guess. I've looked back over the last few years and said i don't regret those decisions that i made to say. It's worth it to me to live on less and to do more to be more to see more and not everybody's in a situation where they can do that. Maybe they do have a significant other or people that rely on them or did they have to be home for or maybe even pets that they have to be there for thankfully mike horses or pay for it but there are a full care facility. So when i'm not there they're still taking care of but again all of those. Are i think for anybody prioritizing. And really getting to know what what you value and then not being ashamed to pursue that. Tell me a little bit about that. That's that's an interesting comment. Not being ashamed to pursue that. Where where do you see people doing that. Well like in my case people would say again you should. You should take a free speaking engagement in new zealand because you should get paid this speak. And i'm like they paid for my airfare in my five star hotel. I'll take that. Because i wanted to go or you know i think. Also there's there's a lot of expectations around women and what you can or can't do in for single people even especially People like myself. Who i've been single for twenty one years now. It's like you should get in a relationship and all of this traveling around to being on the road means that you're not prioritizing that and i guess i just had to get comfortable with an actually prioritizing. What i enjoy for relationship comes great. My son is an adult. He's taking care of his himself. And so did my part to get him raised and again. I've structured my life to be able to take care of my animals and others and there are things i could do different and i'm sure some things i would do different but you know pursuing that without apology means back to what i said getting really clear on what you value in for me. It's i wanna see the world. I wanna meet people. I love to teach. I hope to inspire in. I have a message that i wanna share. So what better way to combine those things by being willing to come and go as needed. It seems like a you know so often. We don't make those. Don't even think about it. You know it's like just a life evolves over time and we don't really step back yeah. We're we're young we think about. Okay what am i going to go to school for. What kind of feel. I wanna job. And all that and then life goes on. There have been other guests. people have spoken with. That had actually very similar advice. Chris they're also doing very similar things but just that you know being able to making choices deciding to live simply in some areas so that they can focus on the areas that really bring them joy and kind of making those trade offs. And you're right there. There is pressure in the speaking field. I mean to not take money as well. Let's take money need even ships to not because of other trade offs. I can see. They're being pressured there. But it's also the at my advanced years not advance still young. We were talking before we started recording. About how young niamh and how young. You are in my fifties. The conventional wisdom would be is that i should really be saving for retirement. And while i have saved for retirement. It's probably not what the financial planners would tell me that. I need to save so there are times where i say you know by spending this much on travel or horses or the things you love to do. You realize jennifer. This probably means that you will need to be working well into your seventies or maybe forever and those conscious decisions. It's like. I'm gonna choose to live my life now. I'm going to trust that. The future will take care.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

Junior Golf Blueprint

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint

"Show for you today day. We got scott dawns on podcasts racing. His journey to the tour three times now know scottsdale sprouted now because tour accolades but because of who he is i were curious junior golfing tennessee. Scott stolid especially the starts program scotties tournament cup matches so very active participant also helps a lot of college players. Well we'll set their trajectory but after college now with very Share his can't leave guys was so out. I sit relax now. Watch them to to watch to. Let's hear the stories and the advice for three times. Scott stop arlene is jalen. Welcome to the junior golf blueprint and today on the show. This man needs no introduction if you live in the state of tennessee his name. Scott stalin's pga tour player and a huge junior golf advocate for the players. That are trying to come up through. The junior ranks right now. And especially if you live in knoxville. You know his name for the kids play free program that he initiated a few years back but scott. I appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedule as the tour about to kick off in the full steam here in a couple of weeks with majors up in front of you. How did you get into the game though before we start talking about your tour career you've had for the last decade. Yeah that sounds weird man. I played every sport. Play baseball Basketball soccer never really a football guy but you know golf is something. I always did with my family. My dad played since. I was less since i remember and it was something that always did. Kind of in between seasons and As i guess golf progressed and kinda arab tiger woods came along I guess i wanted to try to get a little bit better and realize that the other sports are kinda getting in the way and it's kinda unique to hear like tell my story now especially with the the era of specialization in youth sports and yes seeing kids having to make a decision sticking with such like that wasn't necessarily the case to me it was more just. I decided i knew baseball was kinda getting in the way of golf and you know just the time effort it took to play and progress was just became very evident very quickly that as you have to make some choices. Not that. I couldn't try to to do it all but you know i needed to decide on my own that if i was gonna try to get any better at the game that i really wanted to be the best at you know some other stuff was going to have to kind of take it back seat i it was. It was very rare for kids in high school to. It'd be like a four year or for lederman in multiple sports right. I mean and that's that's a very difficult asks to be that good at that many sports and you know rob bell talks about the specialization thing. If it's if it's a passion like you have a passion for it. It's not really work. it's fine. You know what i mean. And and this is part of the journey and and like you said it got in the way with other other. Sports got in the way of you wanted to achieve some golfing goals but only a few years apart and i grew up in the same generations. Us like tiger woods wins at ninety seven masters and that was like golf became cool. I want i want to do that. That is the fist pumps me. Nobody was fist popping before tiger. Really you know. He made that he like pretty much. You might as well trademark that for the guy so you know. What was you. Ended up going to attack in deciding factors when you were making your college decisions. Obviously recruitments not even comparable now from when we were age. But but what were some of the deciding factors for you. Well may i kinda. I've pretty well documented like tennessee tech the last place on earth. I ever thought. I was gonna go nor did i want to go. Put all my hopes and dreams into going to the university of tennessee and Basically made that abundantly clear to all the college coaches as well so like. I see college coaches. Now they're like you know we were interested in you back in high school was like i never heard from his. Yeah we all you basically told everyone you wanna tennessee. And if it wasn't tennessee. You weren't interested like i did that. You are correct. So kind. Kinda i kinda dumb myself. In a whole i mean hindsight's everything and i mean. I probably would've done things a lot different than Now that i know it. I know but i mean tech ended up being the best thing that ever happened to me so best friends. The world came from there And i had a college coach that had had some. Pj to her experience in kind of knew what it was gonna take and early in my career at school. I probably didn't take it as serious as i probably should. And we had one fateful hall of fame dinner were. He told me very clearly in front of a lot of people what he thought good and bad and made it very evident that he saw something in me that i didn't see myself and kind of from that moment on it was over I was going to try to prove him right. And you're trying to be what he thought i could be and I look back on that one made while at the time. That was the last place on earth i ever wanted to be the basically like publicly shamed in the midst of the tower athletic department but it was probably one of the career. Chaney moments in onset had nothing to do with the gulf of my hand it just had that was one of the first time in my life and a few things throughout my career where someone believed in me more than i believed in myself. That was the first time that some of made it publicly known in honestly didn't care who saw or heard it or anyone is just like. Wow that sucked like embarrassing Everything but i look back and you know. This is a more of a junior golf. I cast of some of the things he said. Don't to be repeated. But i remember it like it was yesterday and You know he's no longer with us. But i think about some of those words that he said and even now the smell eleventh year on tour and look back man like i still want to try to continue to prove him right over and over and over and continue to be a good steward of talented ability to have and try to push the game not only on tour to continue to try to get better but try to make the world of golf in the place that i have a way to impact better as well. Yeah and it's funny. How you know everybody has that moment right. And that's another rob bell is right there. The hinge that one thing that has like kick you into the next year in for me. It was when i got fired from westhaven with virgil harry with both of us. We've got the boot. And the first time i had to make a decision like am i gonna go out all my own and prove myself as a coach as worthy of being a coach to all these people and not just virgils under study you know in in sometimes those moments are just kind of forced into your into your hand and you have to kind of discover who you are you know on your own sometimes to right and and when you are fish at the college career and deciding to go play tour golf you know when you had make that final. 'cause i'm going to go do this. This is this is going to be my career choice. You know what was the deciding factors in and how you know. How did that go. When i came out of the gate. I was very fortunate. I had a good group of guys in knoxville. That helped me out and awesome. And i had no idea what that was like but while i was at tech your junior and senior year you got one week at business school. You got Basically a week off of school to go interview for jobs. And you'll basically how you get credit for your klatt. You're missing class..

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Duke has a COVID-19 positive, is eliminated from ACC tournament

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Duke has a COVID-19 positive, is eliminated from ACC tournament

"Duke has been removed from the acc tournament because of a positive covid nineteen tests within the program. The blue devils were scheduled to play. Florida state on thursday night they were only four point underdogs so it was a winnable game in an opportunity to keep their ncaa tournament hopes alive. But now will not happen. Florida state advances duke goes home and given that duke remained significantly on the wrong side of the bubble. We now know that coach k. Will not be in the ncaa tournament for the first time since one thousand nine hundred ninety five dukes run of twenty four straight ncaa tournament. Appearances is over its unofficial for now but it will become official sunday. Dead-leg your thoughts. Well the timing is obviously wild right perish. It's march eleventh. Year ago march eleventh. When the rudy gobert stuff happened. You know by no means. Am i saying his repeating itself. It obviously isn't although it has been interesting to see how the reaction to this has caused a little bit of freak out. I want to remind people that this is duke. Is now the sixth team to have this happen to them. This is not the first time a team. This month has been knocked out of its conference tournament because of covid positive There have been others And so because it's too can because it's a it's a conference tournament and it's march eleventh. People are freaking out just a little bit given the given the air but a source confirmed to me that this was duke's first positive in its coaches and players periods since the pandemic began they had not had a positive the entire season. Preseason offseason anything I had a source told me it was a player who do not play against louisville with all this concern then drifts to well as louisville an potentially you know in some uncertainty to a small degree. But really that's not the expectation here Louisville which has quite an interesting bubble case. Oh by the way it's going to get in but that resumes week We'll see You know what happens there. But there's no reason to believe that louisville should be jeopardy from an eligibility standpoint because of what happened with duke

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"Executives word for it. Our guest today are the pollsters behind the annual conservation in the west pole. Which is now in. Its eleventh year released by the state of the rockies project at colorado college. It's something we look forward to here at the center for western priorities because it is the gold standard for public opinion opole because it is the gold standard for public opinion polling across the entire mountain west. And because it's been in the field for so many years it's a chance to see how voter opinions about conservation issues have evolved. We are joined once again by the bipartisan polling team. That conducts the conservation in the west pole. Laurie weigel is a republican pollster with newbridge strategies. Welcome lori thanks for having me and dave. Mets is a democratic pollster with fm. Three welcome dave had to be here before we get going. I will mention that. There is a link to all of the poll results. Were about to talk about in the show notes also at state of the rockies dot com so feel free to hit pause go pull those up and then come back and follow along with us. I will also mention that lorries having some work done at our house today..

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"eleventh year" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The year special which is now in its eleventh year this year it's going to turn its focus how worried if you wanna heroes who have done so much to help during the year coded epidemic brothers Osborne Florida Georgia line Kelsea Ballerini soon your listening right now element in a big town Maranda Lambert Thomas Rhett and yet two more artists are going to show up on this on the CMT celebrates our heroes and artist of the year special going to air June third and it shows in each of the artists plane tribute follows the heroes this is soon as the brothers Osborne no problem I don't know the signs this big pop confidence this is a Jack question I don't know anything I don't know much about the brothers Osborne either I wish I like this song yeah yes a real pop with somewhere else with this sounds this is good though all right so anyway the show has the artist paying tribute a call out to heroes during their performances all the artists of every film from their own homes this isn't the first time real life is included on this special back in twenty seventeen the special raise both awareness and contributions for those impacted by hurricane Harvey remember and then the shooting at the harvest music festival and and they benefit them too that was a rough one yeah it was that hit the country music the show is usually a celebration of artists last year's show on it Carrie Underwood Dan and Shay Luke combs Kane brown red is the artist of the year Revo is name the artist of a lifetime last year Ashley McBryde took break out artist of the year organizers have not yet confirmed if artists are going to be honored again this year in the overall running of things but certainly probably well we really do is focus on the people who have been and pay attention to them maybe a product side all the other stuff regular stuff okay now we get to twenty six after with general Victoria dag and you won the JV program speaking of country the fifty fifty cattery of country music awards broadcast in Nashville for the first time in the history ACM announcing that the show will be broadcast from three historic country music venues the grand old Opry house Ryman auditorium and the bluebird cafe you've been to all those places I have to go all the way no I haven't been to any of them I went to the right words close because stupid Jackson Browne was filming something I think that was really fun I'd love to go to the right the operator is yeah I mean it's a great it really is Keith urban the ACM's reigning entertainer of the year will host the show which is set for September the sixteenth originally set for April fifth at the MGM grand in Vegas is where it's gone in the last twelve years but put off and before that it was broadcast in numerous venues in Los Angeles the folks at ACM said quote first and foremost we want to ensure the safety of our artists in the industry D. ease the burdens of traveling large teams therefore decided to bring the ACM awards to Nash makes sense where everybody is it makes a lot of sense yeah right hander and their arrival CMA awards broadcast from the Ryman from sixty eight seventy three the grand old Opry from seventy four to two thousand four but he upcoming ACM show me the first awards show to be broadcast from all three CMA awards are not yet announced the date for the twenty twenty show last year was held the number thirteen at the Bridgestone arena in Nashville twenty eight past the hour in the DJB show hi I'm Lauren extern with the pet show tip of the day traveling with your dog or your cat in your car could be problems could be a lot of fun listen carefully don't fall into the trap of putting your dog or cat in the car only what you need to go to the vets office how would you feel if the only time you own a car it was a go to the doctor have your body probably receive a shot with a big long meal I know you have to drag me in kicking and screaming for a lot of dogs they're only experience with cars is negatively associated with stress the stress of going to the vet or maybe to a kennel how can we possibly expect are for pedestrians to no difference when we decide to take them on the occasion of foreign car to fill his what I recommend use the card make it fine take the dog the cat for trip to the park to the beach to grandma's house uncle Matt's house it's important that our dogs and our cats because they are such a part of a family understand the concept that riding in the car it's a good thing not a bad thing and if your cat or dog is nervous at the beginning just every day for a few minutes in the drive way listen.

Why oil prices are crashing and what it means

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Why oil prices are crashing and what it means

"Her check the crude oil market is the story of the day through Friday's close crude oil was down by thirty percent over the weekend in the days leading up we saw OPEC nations meet and they were trying to decide how to do to curtail their production so that they can keep the price of oil bit higher well the talks fell apart over the weekend specifically Saudi Arabian Russia really could not come to terms and after that Saudi Arabia decided they were going to cut their prices of oil to their customers in China they were gonna going to increase production overnight we saw crude oil actually was down by thirty percent now it's down by just under twenty percent that's actually the biggest drop in a single day drop in crude oil since the Gulf War in nineteen ninety one and all the oil stocks are down but really this is the concern about the spread of the virus how much is it going to spread in the United States how much is it going to spread in Europe how old the economies in those areas react this is with the true question that is vexing and investors right now now those stocks aren't the only things were watching the federal reserve cut its benchmark interest rate by a half percentage point last week to support the economy and in the face of this spreading corona virus what if anything has this accomplish well I mean I think it gives the signal that the fed is ready to act and when I talked to a lot of fed watchers they believe that if things continue as they are the rest of the day in for another couple of days the federation of may come out and do another fifty basis point or half a point Cronkite what does it do it creates liquidity and make sure that markets function it make sure that there is money for banks to land but in the end the problem with the fed rate cuts is that they don't get to the core issue here which is if you give somebody more money in their pocket maybe because they refinance their mortgage or even their credit card bill their minimum payment is gone down will they go out and spend if they're so fearful about what's going on with the virus and that's a we don't know we don't know if the fed's actions will help spur demand do we know about a recession our fears of a recession warranted we came into this period very strong I mean we really did it when you think about it we're in the eleventh year of a recovery and we are still growing by more than two percent on Friday we talked about this we got a great jobs report on get two hundred seventy three thousand jobs were created so I don't think that this should cause a recession I think a lot of economists that I've spoken to recently is say that their downgrading their growth levels maybe with the U. S. will grow by one and a half percent or so and then dad that's down from two wood two point two percent but that's not a recession I think the problems in Europe are quite real Italy is the eighth largest economy in the world and so shutting down a good part of Italy for a while is going to not be great news for the euro zone in the euro zone was in much

'Don't guess entry points': How advisers handle their own money when stocks tank

Home Sweet Home Chicago

05:18 min | 2 years ago

'Don't guess entry points': How advisers handle their own money when stocks tank

"Tax now money tax in the future money and then there's tax never money in the sense that you got it out of the way in the form of a Roth right and there's also things like a muny bonds that could have some tax favorability that's that's built into so tax diversification is huge but putting that to one side in going back to what we started off the show with here HM stock market this week I mean that this is definitely this is been one for for the record books yes yes makes my eye twitch well if if that's all it's doing for you is an eye twitch I I think you're doing better than a lot of people yeah I know I'm I'm I'm putting it mildly but yes it's hung it look it's almost like a a sucker punch but you know it really Wallace yes huge yeah and I was reading a report just recently from the format we fall in and they were kind of breaking things down and what would you think about it you know number one three months ago the market has had never been this high right so so we hit this this all time how hi the dial the drop that we've seen here it's a big one yes now it hasn't exactly put a dent in the maybe a minor one dad but it would have to put a massive dent in the overall bull market that long term investors have you know been experiencing for more than a decade now it's coming up here Jan March nineteenth you know if we make it March ninth of own nine till till now would basically hit the eleventh year of a bull gap which is the longest ever as you said that's unheard of yes yeah but the double close you know you see the Dow's first close above twenty eight thousand points came on November sixteenth so even though the Dow he does lost a few thousand points here it you know it probably only cost you know long term investors a small portion of the games that they've enjoyed being invested over the long run for these last going on eleven years that makes sense yes actually does so is it a sucker punch yes does it knocked the wind out of you absolutely some of that is just being spoiled as we have been for eleven years yes and this this epic run that we've seen just go from the start of two thousand nineteen in which you saw the S. and P. last year up you know twenty five twenty six percent nasdaq over yup thirty percent yeah it hit you hard but number two selling gonna make a point you're selling after a big drop has historically been a bad move yes right panel II can't you can't but you have to be cautious there's you do want to take certain action making sure in assessing how much risk you have and what the the worst case scenario would be but it it's hard to whether a big down day in the market you know but it happens yes you know in in bad weeks come along with it you know but here's one consolation history does give us you know many many examples of nice rebound to have follow tough days yes you know if if we look back Jen that happened during the major market crashes of nineteen twenty nine you'll be a great depression era that happened in nineteen eighty seven black Monday and there were the market dropped twenty two percent that day you know I'm at the mention that I think we had a bad week look at that that's true yeah in your you have to go back that far again there were several occasions during the financial crisis of oh seven oh nine when when huge balances immediately followed massive downward move so panic selling after a big drop means you'll miss out at an any balance that comes after that and I get it sometimes you honestly know what this is becoming a little bit uncomfortable for me Gasol so maybe I should shift you know take some of the chips off the table take some of the profits while I have them it shift some of the major one citing guess what maybe you do that and then if this does continue to slide down at some point you look for a buying opportunity and then you could basically kind of dollar cost average on the way back up if you're putting money in over over time but this can sometimes eat itself too much too quick you miss a balance and that can leave you in a very difficult the position that put you into a spot where you're trying to decide when to get back in yes right so you got out and then you can miss the swing missed the kind of bungee sport court going back up yeah exactly so your number three don't don't lose your long term confidence in the market you know it if you look you know too much at the risks involved the stock market investing in a single day or even a week or a month consecutive panic it again I get it sometimes it it makes sense yes it takes some of the money off the table but you don't want to go to an all out panic exactly right so market ups and downs are ever present but when you look at a longer term horizons Jen you know you'll you'll find that it's rare for stocks to to post losses long term in fact over a long enough period of time such as twenty years the broader markets over twenty years have never suffered losses now again that depends on your age your

Coronavirus Sell-Off Threatens to End U.S. Stock Market's Decade-Long Bull Run

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:54 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Sell-Off Threatens to End U.S. Stock Market's Decade-Long Bull Run

"You think corona virus could turn into a black swan that turns things If not completely south then maybe sideways and you said all other things being equal probably not. Would you like to revisit that no but I actually? I I do not at the time thing. It's a black swan event. I think it's more of a black hole event. And we don't know the time or the breath of that whole but there's still so much uncertainty. I still stand by the fact that we have pretty healthy economic fundamentals. So far we've seen other situations over this eleven now in the eleventh year expansion where there's been a a quarterly decline which I think we can expect a slowing growth because of the virus in the USA Common Connie in the first quarter. That doesn't mean a Duro meant of the market or the economic expansion. It just means that the economy has hit a soft spot so bottom line. It's two two two shoe soon. Okay all right fine fair enough David. You took the other side of that. Bet. I'm proud. Pessimists proud pessimist and look I I look let's be clear. I sided with Neela last time so I was wrong to Are Are you surprised? David Gura by the speed with which things have gone south. It's been a week and all of a sudden we're we're like Oh my goodness you know. I am. I was GonNa make a joke that you've worn out the sad trombone album but the fact of the matter is you were playing. We're in the money like a week ago. Ten days ago we were at record so I think how quickly and how precipitously the market's fallen is. What's given a lot of people pause here trying to figure out what's happened but You know as as Neil as saying I think there's so much uncertainty about things beyond the economics of this and that's what I think is driving investors crazy Fundamentally this comes down to science and medicine We don't have good tests for this. We have a vaccine for this yet. Of course and you couple that with the communication strategy can call it that from from the administration It has been dissonant to say the least and I think investors are trying to get a handle on how big this is going to be how bad this is going to be. And there just isn't a whole lot of clarity on that yet neil. I was writing yesterday's show and I was trying to turn a phrase and I wanted to say something like you know the the economic fundamentals of of what we're dealing with here. The fundamentals are still strong and they are right now as you said a minute ago at some point though the actual economy not just the market will be affected. Yes maybe too soon. To tell look there is some global impact that we will for sure. Cnn It's going to be a bigger impact in China who is dealing with a massive travel restrictions quarantines of millions of people shut down businesses. But there is some good news coming out of China and that is that China starting to open for business. And the and the reports of new cases of slowing. What's really changed for markets? This week is that the impact has reached beyond China's borders. And that's the scary thing. We don't know how quickly this fire will spread or whether there will be a community wide event and the developed market like the United States which shuts down a city or region for an extended period of time. That's what the markets are reacting to. And yes that would have an economic effect but there's a range of scenarios between the worst case in the best case in any possibility can happen at this point up totally. Fair David. A A note here about Two Thousand Eight two thousand nine. I'm getting questions you probably are about. Whether this is two thousand eight all over again and it has to be pointed out that the markets are functioning right there are buyers and sellers credit exists liquidities their functioning and there were huge problems with the economy back in two thousand eight two thousand nine ten point. We don't have those same problems today. So that's something that's decidedly different here and you look at the the market today A lot of losses were raised. I mean the market was way down. had many points of the day to day came back up here at the end so yes to some extent there are buying opportunities here but you look at places like the bond. Market the tenure. Us Bond is incredibly low at this point now indicating the fact that People are flocking to safety. They WanNa find something amidst all of this at the same time. They're also having some faith here that the Fed is going to do something and today. You got this statement from the Fed Chairman Saying essentially the the economy's is is doing fine. We're GONNA continue to monitor this involving threat. I think he said So you saw him trying to do what he could In three sentences or four sentences to to give investors a bit of confidence. I wonder if he thought about playing my game. What is j? Paul says that that'd be good. That'd be a little bit Okay so look Neela actually just gonNA mention Jay Powell He came out made this. It has to be said at six. It's an extraordinary statement for the Fed to come out of nowhere and have the Fed chairman. Say listen everything is fine The market however while rallying into the close I don't care what the Fed share had to say because in all honesty the Federal Reserve cannot create a vaccine. No it can't when all you have is a hammer. Every problem is a nail. And we've learned that an interest rate cut can't solve trade tensions and it can't immunize the population on the markets from the corona virus. But what the Fed can do is show that there's someone paying attention that can stimulate Credit MARKETS LIQUIDITY KEEP liquidity flowing and. Keep US put a bottom in terms of the stock price stock market decline. And that's exactly what POW intended to do with the statement bill. Richardson at Edward Jones. I Apologize For messing up on the INTRO. There Neela won't happen again. David Girl you can catch him On the TV MSNBC. On Saturday and Sunday afternoons David. Yes right. Y'All let's get there. We go all right. Thanks you to heal later. It would take a veritable orchestra of Wa wa. Trombones to do justice to this week on Wall Street. We will try when we do. The numbers

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Coronavirus Concerns Remain As PAX East Opens In Boston Without Sony

Jay Talking

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Concerns Remain As PAX East Opens In Boston Without Sony

"The spread of the corona virus around the world is heading companies hard as they suspend production meetings events and business travel CBS technology consultant Larry maggots as Facebook just canceled a major event Facebook F. eight developers conference is a big deal for Facebook it's an opportunity for executives to interact with developers as well as media and for mark Zuckerberg to articulate Facebook's strategy for the next year or two so canceling it as a result of the corona virus must have been a very hard decision for the company the pax east gaming convention is under way in Boston Sony not attending because of concerns over the virus here WBZ TV's thank heavens for the eleventh year pack east is packing the Boston convention center with the latest and greatest in the world of gaming filled with color sounds and hands on fun people with funny costumes are everywhere and this year source some not so funny medical masks and I wanted to make sure that I was a little more prepared that concern is on a lot of people's minds because of the move gaming giant Sony made deciding to pass on pax east because of corona virus concerns saying in a statement we are disappointed to cancel our participation but the health and safety of our global work force is our highest concern everyone just being careful because the virus on Sunday didn't come today just for that reason so yeah better safe than sorry the convention is a money maker for the city so

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"eleventh year" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on WJR 760

"And me you might be comfortable with but but there's a point in time where you have to fish or cut bait on Hey do you want to have a successful retirement and not be relying on your kids criticism which we compromise so much that you've really taken your lifestyle and and you cut it down to such a degree your your impacting the the quality like you're going to have in retirement yeah well I want to beat this horse too much because I'm a move on to the next topic so we're we're getting at get a little tight here on this segment so I want to jump down to this this final point guys that that current just investing environment we kind of touched on that a little bit in the beginning of the program I timing the market versus time in but the the investing environment for retirees and pre retirees now in twenty nineteen going into twenty twenty is definitely more challenging then it you know even was you know in the beginning of this run in two thousand ten for example or two thousand eleven if you will yeah no question it's it especially for retirees because you know they're they're having to deal with this low interest rate environment something that we've never seen before hand and so that that's a challenge it impact we got sixteen trying it out there we talked about this in the show in Europe that actually paying negative you what you pay the bank to hold your money you know but we're we had thirty your money that stuff to do first and ten your money just a week ago that was less than one and one and a half percent because all the money chasing our money so it's very challenging to get to get good deals are interest rates and as stock markets it's been more volatile than we see that really in a long time although we seen some good volatility lately relate volatility on the upside he and so I'll tell you there's probably not a a better time right now than there is to to come in and sit down with with a a good qualified adviser you know somebody that is a F. B. do Shuri firm has a legal obligation server best interest they get a second opinion on where you're at because I'll tell you were eleventh year this bull market run and so are you know are we going to see a a turning point and in this election I just seen a very compelling piece regarding Google and the algorithms and how how they can control and doctor the election so whether you're your trump fan or you you hate the guy you know I it's very questionable whether he gets back in or not based on what what I just heard he and especially with social media how how they can really skew the the results of searches on that ninety two percent all searches go to Google if that's the case we're gonna cease taxes potentially skyrocket in if we do what kind of plan you have a place to to handle that I mean they all said you're taking all this tax money on your tax deferred accounts in not only that we talked about the the secure act in the fact that they're probably doing away with the stretch it's gonna go to the Senate yeah now it's not a forty year stretch it may be a five or ten years Russians was a lot of things happening not a better time than right now free to think about coming in and sitting down with an adviser doing inventory on your current situation saying Hey with all the current changes going on all the volatility interest rate of situation that were and he and rising rates and whatever the case may be it is a say a good time to walk to restructure my portfolio I think so I think this is probably the best time that there could possibly be to get re position for the next ten years well he'd like to get on the counter and come in and talk about that so folks you can do so by simply calling two four eight three zero five ninety nine eleven to get your complete planning review under way these and and it is complete they going to go through all the different things that are in the other social security has met the maximization that risk tolerance there is the of the investment side there is all the insurance are gonna cover all these conversations in pieces that you're going to want to walk through to get that complete plan put together so you can get to and through retirement in the in the current era so two four eight three zero five nine nine eleven caller text that number get on the.

U.S. employment growth slows; labor market tightening

Pat Thurston

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. employment growth slows; labor market tightening

"The government's latest employment report shows the job market remains strong even if hiring and wage gains have slowed somewhat here's correspondent and Thomas labor department says US employers added one hundred and forty five thousand jobs in December unemployment held steady at three point five percent will wage growth throttle back to a two point nine percent annual rate Bankrate dot com's mark hammer says those numbers are less than inspiring but I don't think they are so low as to strike fear in the hearts of let's say workers and investors overall the US economy added two point one million jobs last year again a drop from two thousand eighteens gains but let's remember that were in the eleventh year of an economic expansion expansions don't last forever the good news is that it does not appear that there is a reception on the immediate horizon Ben Thomas

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US adds 145,000 jobs; unemployment holds at 3.5%

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

US adds 145,000 jobs; unemployment holds at 3.5%

"The labor department says US employers added one hundred and forty five thousand jobs in December unemployment held steady at three point five percent wage growth throttle back to a two point nine percent annual rate Bankrate dot com's mark hammock says those numbers are less than inspiring but I don't think they are so low as to strike fear in the hearts of let's say workers and investors overall the US economy added two point one million jobs last year again a drop from two thousand eighteens gains but let's remember that were in the eleventh year of an economic expansion expansions don't last forever the good news is that it does not appear that there is a recession on the immediate horizon Ben Thomas Washington

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The Ups and Downs of the U.S. Economy in 2019

All Things Considered

03:52 min | 2 years ago

The Ups and Downs of the U.S. Economy in 2019

"The US economy is heading into twenty twenty on a positive note the stock market is near record high unemployment is near record low and I'll trade tensions haven't been resolved completely they have settled down for the moment and here Scott Horsley recap some of the ups and downs of the economy in twenty nineteen and takes a look at what lies ahead next year when CNN asked Americans this month how they're feeling about the economy three out of four describe conditions as good or very good that's the most positive rating posters of found since two thousand one and no wonder lots of people are working paychecks are growing faster than inflation and while there were some storm clouds on the economic horizon this year most of us didn't get soaked I spoke to a commissary house at the busy office of Wells Fargo securities confidence remains pretty darn hot so consumers so feel very good about the overall position of the economy especially the jobs market and that does suggest that consumer spending should remain pretty strong as we head into twenty twenty U. S. employers added nearly two million jobs in the first eleven months of this year and while that's down from the two point four million in the same period last year it's still pretty strong the eleventh year of an economic expansion average wages rose a little over three percent in the last year slightly more for those at the bottom of the income ladder and the stock market spent much of December setting new records even if I have a lot of consumers these days aren't directly invested in the stock market you know they see the headlines and see it as a good sign the market's performance looks even better because last December was so lousy the Dow Jones industrial average is up twenty two percent for this year but the game would be only half that large if you count from the end of November twenty eighteen before government shut down and the threat of an all out trade war triggered a stock market swoon last Christmas this year the government managed to keep the lights on manta commas Nermin bear of ash of H. as market says trade tensions with China and other countries have been turned down to a slow boy well we're not out of the woods area and there's there's still a fair amount of uncertainty although the good news is it looks like we sort of step back from the precipice on a lot of these issues still some of the damage from the trade war has already been done manufacturing's been in a slump for the last four months factories are especially sensitive to global forces and nervous business owners have been reluctant to invest a year ago at this time federal reserve officials thought they would be raising interest rates to prevent the economy from overheating instead an abrupt about face fed chairman drone palace colleagues cut interest rates three times between July and October anything anybody saw coming the challenges that we face this year they were a surprise houses in his college were forced to change course when confronted with the president's trade war and a slowdown in global growth I am pleased that we would move to support the economy in the way that we did I think our moves will we'll prove appropriate and again I I I think both the economy and monetary policy right now I think we're in a good place lower interest rates have given a boost to the housing market but there are still challenges out there president trump has a media with China will be signed in a couple of weeks but most of the terrorists are still in place and Boeing's announcement that it's temporarily halting production of the troubled seven three seven Max jet will put a noticeable dent in first quarter growth economic growth was already slowing to about two point three percent this year and somewhat less than that next year still says the economy is not likely to grind to a halt it looks like we've dodged the recession it looks like manufacturing activity may have had a trough we have lowered now the probability of a recession both in the U. S. in the world about twenty percent that should give consumers the confidence they need to keep spending in the new year Scott Horsley NPR news

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"eleventh year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Challenge how they would reclaim those voters they lost senator Cory Booker says Michigan Pennsylvania and Wisconsin were lost because of Russian meddling and Republican suppression of black votes and Booker says he prioritized non white voters to try to flip those states back senator Kirsten Gillibrand is noted her electoral success in upstate New York to prove she could read swing voters entrepreneur Andrew yanks is winning requires making a case to midwesterners that a growing economy has left them behind former vice president Joe Biden is reminding the Detroit debate audience about the Obama bail out of General Motors George ones on a reporting a drop of the destruction is announced a massive overhaul of drug prescription laws that would allow the import of lower cost for the proposal unveiled by health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar would allow states wholesalers and pharmacist to get FDA approval to import certain medications from Canada that are also available here the importation idea won praise from Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley who along with Democrat AB clover chart have sponsored legislation to facilitate the importation while the idea is opposed by the pharmaceutical industry which has warned against counterfeit of unsafe drugs lower prescription drug costs has been a priority of president trump polygons reporting the fed lowered its key interest rate for the first time in a decade reaction from Bankrate dot com's mark hammer economic expansion in the U. S. has entered its eleventh year of the old saying goes with expansions don't die of old age and then the punch line is that central banks kill them and indeed this is a case where there is some some backpedaling on the part of the federal reserve the quarter point cut that out by the central bank was widely expected for the stories a town hall dot com are you a stock or options trader.

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Powell - Fed stands ready to act "as appropriate" to sustain expansion

The Troubleshooter

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Powell - Fed stands ready to act "as appropriate" to sustain expansion

"From the fed chief of police the Brady fox news state Powell setting the stage for a possible interest rate cut the economy performs reasonably well over the first half of two thousand nineteen and the current expansion is now in its eleventh year but he says inflation is running below the fed's target cross currents such as trade tensions and concerns about global growth have been weighing on economic activity and the outlook Powell also telling a house hearing he would not resign if the president told him to president trump has been critical of the central bank's recent rate hikes palace testimony sparking an early rally on Wall Street the Dow S. and P. and nasdaq all hitting new record highs this morning they've since called a bed but right now the Dow is up ninety seven

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"eleventh year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Democrats on Capitol Hill, I can do anything in Trump's defense, by the way, the Republicans up on Capitol Hill, gutless cowardly when it comes to our border to, to Trump's got big big problems to Joe Walsh radio program. Weeknights at six eight sixty AM theanswer. Dennis Prager sees a huge trend. Bill leads to crumbling society or intent, American children are Nell born to unmarried mothers up for about five percent. That's one in twenty in nineteen sixty I would say the majority people under forty. Would respond show what the Dennis Prager show weekdays at ten right before fills game at noon on eight sixty AM the answer. That. What all the people say? Your. Known and may. Now, Sean, just set me through, musty rather listen to Frank. So what everybody else is more the back again filling into Dennis Prager in my eleventh year doing so, and you can check all my fill ins on Facebook or on Twitter at the Mark Isler show or Email me, Mark Isler at AOL dot com. But my special guest recently celebrated his fiftieth year in show business. He's comedian events racial speaker philanthropist and among the charities is involved with being an ambassador to the garysinisefoundation, you know, on my old radio station..

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"eleventh year" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Go to the world's fair with me? No. But I wanna hear you do this voice for the rest of the show. I think that would be so good for us. Very good. Grande is here. Nobody knows more about the world's fair, then Rick. And there's a huge show, the world's fair show coming up on Sunday, a return visit to the show Rick. Nice to see you again. Nice to see you. It's nice to say. Talks outweigh the Edward J two about. Absolutely. Where's your world's fair? Steve Cochran had a question that I couldn't answer. But I know you can't does the world's fair still take place. Yes, it does, does basically, the bureau of international expositions approves them. They're usually held every four years. And I bought a huge collection few years ago when this guy had been to every world's fair from sixty four up and he went and sixty eight to San Antonio, Texas, sixty seven expo sixty seven. Yeah. Eighteen seventy soccer every four years they've had it in South Korea. I thought they had one in Spain in nineteen Ninety-two. They're supposed to have one in Chicago. They're thinking about a really they passed on friends of the park didn't want it. Well. You know how much they probably would've lost. Right. I know speaking of Steve Cochran you brought up a poster that involves. Steve Cochran was an actor related to our Steve Kadar, correct in a forty I'm not sure he could become is this poster poster. I was digging through sachse posters about a year ago. And I'm Steve Cochran while this'll be great. And who else Sherry Marshall, the movie is called tell me in the sunlight, where do you get all this stuff? I've been digging it up for forty years now. And you have you tell me because I've never been to your place. Is it on displayed? You have most of it on display around museum. Like ninety eight ninety eight percent of its hidden away, just because there's no room. I, I wouldn't literally need like a warehouse to Catalan, right? Displayed nicely. You know, I've a few couple stuff and some of my bigger items. So if the world's fair is still going on. There was a time where everyone in the world knew that the world's fair was coming, and they would flock to whatever city was being held in. Why is it not getting the press that it used to get well, probably because you can take out your smartphone there. Look on your computer and see the world talked to someone in another world thousands of miles away in another country. So it's kind of the world's kinda got in smaller so progress took a bite out of them. Yeah. Enough progress took a bite out on one of the original goals was to showcase. Whatever product you were selling was to showcase to the world, and how it would be better. If whatever you were trying to sell became a thing, right? What part of the way they put together this fair as they rented exhibit space to a lot of corporations. And then the General Motors, building, the Chrysler building and show, the General Motors building heads Chevrolet factory on sites. You could actually stand up above and look down at fem assembling Chevy cars, and then on the dashboard would say assembled at the world's fair. Oh, then. One of the guys who used to come to our show about twenty twenty twenty five years ago. He had one of those Chevy's at home really were they worth more, because it was assembled at the world's fair, probably a chance to buy, but it's like, what am I gonna do with right? I think about old cars and that's a little big. All right. So the world's fair, the Chicago world's fair took place where and when right behind us pretty much. It went from twelfth street. From Roosevelt time called twelfth street down to thirty ninth street along the lakefront is the railroad tracks and included Soldier Field. The field museum, the shadow corium the planetarium were all included in it. So it was like a campus and they made northerly island forty percent bigger with more landfill, and that's also what the world's fair was held on their on the remaining today that was there. Obviously, the museum I think you said the field museum while those that was around a long time before those things were those things existed before the world's fair. The actually the only thing that's still exists in Chicago from that specific that's in the same site, as I tallow Balbo as Italian fascist. See our motto came from Italy, and landed on Lake Michigan in one thousand nine thirty three in July. And then one year later Mussolini gave ancient Italian marble column. And the Italian people paid to have it put next to Soldier Field and dedicated on the one year anniversary of Alpe landing there. And Balbo drive was seventh avenue or seventh street that was named after Italo Balbo. And so there there is a column in, I believe it's talion or Latin and English hang in the tenth year or the eleventh year or something like that fascism. Loosely gives us to the people, Chicago. I don't know why during the war wasn't push them. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Still standing, it's still standing. That's amazing. I gotta go look for just just as the Soldier Field as they're planning these buildings for the world's fair was the intent for them to just be taken down soon after did they hope that some of them would last a longtime after the plan this in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight before the depression. But once the depression hit. They realized that, you know, this was all done with private funds. No public monies. So they decided to make the buildings temporary because they didn't want it like the White City at 1893 where the buildings were left there, except for the art palace, which is Emma science and industry, that was a salad buildings otherwise, we're just plans any of that burning back then. Yeah. They ended up just making them impact part of the deal you had when you thought a space built a building, as you had to have it removed by nineteen thirty five oh, really? They weren't. They weren't going to be a replica forte airborne. They weren't going to Cape. Burnt down. Oh, can I give our number because a lot of times when Rick is up here? People call and say what they have three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred. You can call us if you have any memorabilia from the Chicago world's fair or the Chicago. Columbian exposition, right. I mean, if this memorabilia show, it's the world's fair one, but there's memorabilia from both correct. Correct. Correct. And where's that happening?.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

10:58 min | 3 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And after that date and the five conferences are predictive analytics world for business. That's our main umbrella event across lots of industries and business -plication so pop business number two pop financial number three industry for point oh before healthcare and number five deep learning world, which on a particular type of machine learning deep learning all the rage and people often call it artificial intelligence predictive analytics world were now at our anniversary is actually eleventh year. Year that we've running the conference, and we also have a vent in Washington D d we have a. Government folks event, we also have mentioned Munich, Berlin and London across the Atlantic Ocean. But our our largest van which is to five is in Vegas and the world is the leading cross vendor event focused on commercial deployment of machine learning and predictive analytics machine learning are more or less synonyms lakes really refers to when you're using machine learning for certain business application, deep learning is usually sort of a different type of predictive analytics is when you're learning to predict who's going to buy in titles. My book called pig gonna click by liar, die what the outcome. Our customers do in order to target business visions in marketing fraud detection, financial credit, risk, whereas deep learning is very complementary to that another branch of machine learning, and it's not so much for prediction. But more for detection is is there or an animal in the traffic light. And it's picture for self driving car. What word would spoken for speech recognition? It also works for machine translation and very much for medical imaging. Lots of cases, where the input is a large sound or images some of the main killer out of deep learning. Yeah. And you know, I have tremendous hope and excitement around that healthcare space with respect to deep learning for variety of reasons one of which being that, let's just beyond here machines, especially these days with these algorithms with all the computational power that we have I think are going to be much more accurate in understanding what kind of z somebody has what this really shows what whether or not someone has a fracture because the human is is pretty good. And I I don't want to in any way downplay the importance of a good, doctor and a good doctor. I, but the bottom line is that machines, especially with high resolution imagery, these days can understand and absorb that kind of information with much greater capability inaccuracy than I think the human being can. And so what I see in. There are some regulations and some issues to get around and privacy and so forth over the next three to five years is going to be a real renaissance in healthcare in diagnosis in research in in all the various data related facets of healthcare. Thanks to predictive analytic, thanks to deep learning. What do you think? I mean, that's the reason we launched a separate world for healthcare. So one of the people earning conference people the world, which which includes healthcare and all different applications there of we have Pau healthcare where just machine learning for healthcare specifically. Overlapping intersections between the five conferences, which is why people across educations. I'm cases. So and healthcare industry machine learning is really taking storm the kinds of things that you just mentioned, and in general, I sort of three main things diagnosis driving treatment decision and for non clinical application, for example, doctors predict which of today's health care appointment, which patients are not going to show up for their appointment in order to help up the might of the day playing around it or proactively make sure they do show up all the different measures a medical practice can take and all sorts of hospital administration fraud detection compliant, which which doors, you have a nurse practitioner. Going knock on you can't have knock on every door predicted this patients, much more likely. Average to not apply not prescribe medication or whatever whatever behaviors been prescribed then you can more effectively. So in general that what machine learning does across all the different operation is it makes it possible. Learn from data to predict and prediction is what you need to more effectively drive decision that is all operations. So all the main things we do organizations healthcare organization enterprises corporation, all the main things are trying to tree is and make better. Use of our limited resource who's worth spending two dollars sending a glossy brochure which of these millions of transactions are with passing over the desk or the screen of a fraud auditor that more likely be fraud healthcare patients are be most likely to not comply to this a whatever. The however the highest risk is wherever the highest opportunity isn't the Cape. Marketing that's where you're going to apply the resorts in the case of dollars human time. And you know, you're hitting on the one thing that I think is really very powerful compelling about all these different use cases and to your point across industries across countries across cultural boundaries at Sarah. And that is the concept of morale, and my point is that now with power predictive analytics we as healthcare providers as engineers have mathematicians, even as marketers can be much more confident that what we're doing is going to have a positive fact, so you think about predictive maintenance free sample, which is a great use case predictive analytic and now the engineers for trains for planes for cars at cetera know that they're focusing on something which is going to soon break in. So that boosting morale because you know, that what you're doing really matter. You know, there's a very good chance that what? You're doing right now is going to have a positive impact. Where before we're just throwing everything against the wall. They today especially in the maintenance world, and in so many of these relatively tedious tasks that people doing their job they just had to go through the motions and you kind of zone out. And just forget about what you're doing. Because he don't really know it's going to have a positive impact or not just kind of get lulled to sort of metaphorical sleep. I suppose the job even if you're working and trying to do stuff, you just don't know what's going to happen. And now, I think you're gonna know you're going to sense it because you're going to see the result to me, that's a wonderful thing. Because morale on the job to me is one of the most important things, and I see the power of predictive analytic really helping to boost morale across the board. But what do you think? Yeah. That's that's terrific. I mean things more more efficient people are going to be happier. And I think a great example of that is your span. Seltzer the spam sellers operate using the same core technology machine learning learning, from example of emails that are legitimate versus emails understand. And they do a great job. The spam problem if basically solved relatively speaking. And there was a time where wasn't and about twelve or fourteen years ago, for example, g g mail Google Email solution just cross threshold using machine learning where they got to the point where you've essentially solved the span problem because it doesn't so accurately and went everything you described morale kind of applies where things can be accurate there's many valuable machine learning application. However where you can't get accuracy. It's just that you're predicting better than guessing. So we can Brawley classify all the value propositions all these ways. These two ply machine learning into two categories one is where it's very highly accurate, you mentioned medical diagnosis. We're seeing superhuman performance image. Object detection in images for self driving cars, obviously that's extremely accurate. Maybe not quite as accurate a half. The because cars cars need to be flawless. Flawless in there. Thomas driving spam filters. But then business cases, I mentioned predicting who's going to buy if I send them a brochure for direct mail mass mail, it still going to sitter junk mail. It's still a numbers game. It just that you're playing on numbers game significantly better. You're still getting it wrong. A lot of the time. But the bottom line the profit if you just look at the campaign caught relative to the number of responses from customers that pans out great the effectiveness of using human fraud. Auditors. That much, you know. Multiple times more effectively most of the transactions. They're auditing still will not turn out to be fraudulent. That's a good thing. That's because fraud is very rare. But the fact is their time is much better spent where one in one hundred of the transactions they auditor fraud versus one and three hundred yesterday. Yeah. That's a big deal. Right. And the beautiful thing, of course, having a sound information strategy, if you take into account all these various factors in you know, that things change over time so models that do very well to predict behavior will change you need to stay on that track this stuff. And I think this kind of gets back to something you, and I were talking about before the show in there is a perception in the marketplace that artificial intelligence is going to replace traditional information strategies, like data warehousing, for example, and late in may I'm going to be presenting the world by data vault conference in my argument is that artificial intelligence should really on meant and be part of a holistic ecosystem with data warehousing. And with your traditional information strategy. What do you think about that? Absolutely. I think that the value proposition of machine learning. It's it's the most actionable form of van Olympics because digest initiative each prediction per individual was a you'll click.

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"eleventh year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:47 min | 3 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The way to one o'clock Dicky's another another walking wounded goes to the do speak disabled out the Angeles every of Newsday dry joins us right now. Eric, how are you? I'm great Tony. How are you doing? I haven't pulled an oblique yet. So I'm doing okay. Head of the game. Then what you know? What what what are you before? We've been getting all this. What do you think the Yankees in particular? What are you tribute all the injuries to some callers saying the training staff? Some people say it's too much one. It was too much weight work. What is it is just a fluke? Yeah. That really is the great mystery Tony in every year in major league baseball it. It really is become a war of attrition, and the the organizations that are able to stay healthy. And they have the most deficit that ended up, you know, end up winning on a year to year basis. I it seems every team has injuries every team, you know, has a slew of injuries that seem to hit at once. It sure seems like this is my eleventh year covering the Yankees. I've never seen it like this before. But it does seem like more often than not, you know, we're asking the managers first Joe Girardi than Aaron Boone the last couple of years about well, how are you going to overcome all all of these injuries? This is not just a problem and way way way above my pay grade, Tony to delve into the, you know, the exact reasons why I do think it's a little cheap and a little simplistic, just oh, it's gotta be the training staff. I. You know, the the Yankees, you know, they have the access to the to the best medical care anywhere. And that starts with their their training staff. And you know, I really think that that's probably you know, people throw that stuff out there. I'm not mentioning saying that you specifically I think people just throw that out there flippantly really don't know what they're talking about is is a guys obsessed with weight work is that just part of the deal. Now, I think it's just part of the deal. Now. I mean, I think obsessed might be a little bit strong. I mean, some guys are certainly more into that Elleman off-season training than than others are. But look, I mean, there's no question that you use certainly do see a lot more of certain type of injury now in the last five or ten years than than you you read about or heard about, you know, even twenty years ago, it certainly going back thirty forty fifty years ago and beyond when really the off-season. Was about getting fat happy for for guys. And then they use they would use spring training to get into shape. Right. Oh, very few guys you spring training to get into shape anymore. But really, I mean, what you're talking about is is a book, and I'm not that's that's above my pay grade to to figure out why it's such a widespread problem. But it's not just a Yankee issue when somebody gets Tommy John injury. Everybody kind of knows the is about a year rehab. No bleak. Did is each guys is different. Correct. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, you talk about the fluke nature of some of these things. I mean, I'm not sure what Miguel and do our could have done differently in his off-season. Programmer, what Yankees trainers could get on differently where he wouldn't have incurred a shoulder strain diving back to third base weight, which is what happened to him in the game on March thirty first against Baltimore. You know? So if you take each one of it is a day luge of injuries. There's no question about that. But if you take each one individually, there's really not a common denominator to it is Clint phrase, you're going to be the new right fielder for a while. You know, I wasn't at the game today. So I don't know Erin Buddha's asset question directly or not. But you know Frazier. Is more of a of a left fielder that a right fielder. I think but but he he's played enough out there to where I'm sure he'd be fine. He is going to stay in the lineup one way or another. They sure now what's the timetable for the walking wounded? I know Sanchez was they'd love him to play a game today of where we Sunday, but there's no no minor. We game is he's the first one to come back more than likely, Tony. And they're shooting for the middle of next week. When when the keys are starting that three city west coast trip, and they figure that that Sanchez probably only needs a game or two from a rehab standpoint before they fly across country joined the team possibly in Anaheim. So yeah, it does seem like he is definitely the closest one. And then you kind of just throw it up in the air after that they've gotten a lot of good news on and do our. But they're still not ready to to proclaim him not having. I need the surgery to repair the slight tear in his labor them that he has obviously if he does have to undergo surgery that's probably going to be season ending for that type of of surgery, but again all the progresses than good on that front. But you know, really Aaron Hicks has really full string spring training. Head of him Stanton started hitting in the cage. So so he's on the right track. But what that turns into it means in terms of the timetable, you know, that's still up in the air a little bit. I if I had to venture a guess, I would say after Sanchez Stanton probably would be the next one to come back. But you know, don't even you've been following covering us long enough until a guys actually out on the field. It really doesn't matter. What what what we say? In terms of what should happen? I it's you know until guys back out. There is not back when I do when I do us throwing p from third based on a no he's back. Right. Exactly. Well, how about Severino is this year? It's still a possibility. Yeah. I think it's ability based on on the timetable that that they've given. But you know, I mean, you are reaching the point where. I don't wanna say it's a it's a fool's errand to to say that you're going to depend on Severino at some point this year. But but at do reach a point where we're the season kinda gets away from you win with this Lance strain where now it ends new injury. So you still have the the the right shoulder inflammation, which is what landed on the deal on the injured list rather on March fifth. You know, that's not completely you know, he's not completely over that. And now he's not going to pick up a ball for five to six weeks because of the lead strange, so really he's going to have to go through a full spring training when he finally is deemed at in cleared ready to be able to resume throwing program. So I, you know, I think with no setbacks and things going perfectly with Severino you'd be looking early July something like that. And that's everything went perfectly according to plan. Talking bowl of Newsday covers the Yankees, I guess you having just as much. Problems. I am stop saying the deal to the I o. We'll get we'll get it. We're having plenty of practice. I don't get it down. Pat, eventually talk about about. I mean is he basically a five inning Fisher today? See him going any longer than that as goes on. I, you know, I think so I mean he his first outing they weren't going to throw more than sixty sixty five pitches and still was ecconomic enough to take get five innings out of that that we've as I start against the White Sox. Didn't get any any run support in that one. And then the other night, they pushed him a little bit more. He went from sixty two pitches in that first outing to eighty six the other night. You know, I think his next time out if he's a fishing, and and he's doing what he did his first couple starts which was pitched pretty well and shake it off some rust, obviously Cutter's not where where he like it to be. And he's, you know, lost to the strikes a little bit had four watch the other day, but still overall getting a lot of ground balls. Not. Getting a lot of hard contact kit off of them. I if he's economical, and and he's had, you know, eighty five pitches, and he's through five innings and the other team hasn't hit much off of them. There's no reason to think that he wouldn't have a chance to go back out there. The the leash is not gonna be as long as it is where the guy like packs dinner, a guy like Severino Severino was healthy Tanaka, certainly, but again of CC's inducing nothing but soft contact, and that's what we've seen is. I two starts of the year. You'll get a chance to go into the sixth or seventh inning again, assuming the pitch count. It is something reasonable. What's your take on geo Gonzales are they interested in signing letting him go, I I'm not sure there's a spot for him. In the big leagues right now. They obviously like that hold onto him. But barring an injury that we don't tell about which I guess you can't roll that out where somebody would come out of the rotation Domingo's. Her not is pitcher pretty well. I know his last wasn't very good. But to suddenly just yanked him out of the rotation after he pitched really well as I times out. And then again, the, you know, his first bad one, you're just gonna gonna pull them. I'm not sure that's the best way to handle a young player. So I, you know, unless they do decide to shift her mind to the bullpen, and there's some chatter that the people think long-term her mind more of a reliever starter. So I wouldn't completely rule that out, but if you know gun to head, I think, the you're asking me, I think they're gonna lose them. They hired all on on Dallas kaikal, especially after June. I no, no, no, no. That's that's they didn't really check in on early in the winter. When that was before they resigned Athey, and that was restored. They they made the trade for for James Paxton there was little to no interest van and nothing much has changed. If the Yankees had to make a move and Clint Frazier was debate. How how much how many nibbles would they get? They would get some nibbles. I mean nobody's ever questioned his bat. The questions have always been about his maturity in certainly has come a ways the last couple of years in that regard, and you know, questions about his glove too. And we saw that week and a half or so ago and in a couple of misplayed balls, but he he's a terrific athlete. He's got a good arm. He showed that off the the other night when a nailed a runner at the play from right field. And obviously the bats terrific..

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"eleventh year" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"eleventh year" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Yeah. You can't be defended on us that back. I feel like some calls are are are definitely in his favorite. But I mean, that's the NBA now. So we have to live with that. We just have to play our game. Make sure that we're focused on the coverage is that we have are. And we should be good. Because if you remember last game, we played them. We had a nice then he started hitting incredible sets the game lonso got hurt. Exactly. Yeah. He hit one off the backboard, and they needed Eric Gordon to hit a buzzer beater, just to get that gave the buzzer beater, so. Yeah, I mean, we we know how to beat them. We just had to stay consistent. And we were expending a lot of energy on defense that first three-quarters they have enough like in the fourth quarter was just got tired because we were going so hard those first three on defense lasting for me. You mentioned you've you've been around basketball your whole life. You're the son of a great basketball player eleventh year in the league you ever seen anybody shoot the ball like Steph and clay. Only one who I'm thinking. No. Yeah. I mean, some people think that they're the greatest shooters ever to play in the same truce amazing shooting. The first in clay is actually streakier than Steph. Right. It gets going. This is weird because clay doesn't dribble like he literally can scores. Sixty points off of like, eight dribbles. With four years. Yeah. I was I was that this year. Yeah. Okay. It was crazy. So it's just I mean, I've seen Klay miss a whole practice the day before. And then come the next game. It's course, sixty. Are you doing how did you score? Sixty four. Well, listen devel-. Appreciate you coming by. Thank you very much. Good luck. Down the down the home stretch here. Final twenty five games. Appreciate you making time man, say hi to your mom. There's McGee and coming up as fast fast track. Vicks Mason Ireland. We're live from the UCLA health training centre with the.

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Death For Rosendo Rodriguez - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Overnight America with Jon Grayson

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Death For Rosendo Rodriguez - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

"Attorneys for texas death row inmate of ask the us supreme court to stop tuesday's scheduled execution of condemned killer rosendo rodriguez cleaning the corridor the case delegated some of the forensic work two one qualified underlings raising questions about the medical testimony victims body was found in a landfill stuffed in a suitcase which rodriguez had purchased zeke upshaw the detroit pistons g league player who collapsed on the court over the weekend is now died the medical examiner we'll have to rule on the 'cause the final four is set in the nc double a women's basketball tournament yukon uconn in the final four for the eleventh year in a row audio courtesy of westwood one ncwa radio network the huskies crush reigning champs south carolina to claim the albany region with a ninety four to sixty five victory they head to columbus to take on notre dame on friday in the final four the top seed in the spokane region irish they're holding off second seed oregon eighty four to seventy four it's all one seeds in the final four on friday and columbus ohio as notre dame and uconn joined mississippi state and louisville matt napolitano fox news jack callaghan fox news.

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