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"eric talk" Discussed on X96
"In an interview ahead of her documentary set to be released next month, Paris Hilton told People magazine that she was abused at a boarding school in Utah County. Milton attended Provo Canyon School as a teen in the nineties for 11 months, she told People magazine quote. I knew it was going to be worse than anywhere else, she said when she arrived after attending other similar schools and behavioral treatment centers. It was supposed to be a school. The classes were not the focus at all. From the moment I woke up until I went to bed. It was all day screaming in my face, Face yelling at me continuous torture. She speaks more on her experience in her documentary. This is Paris, premiering September 14th on her YouTube channel. She says staff physically mentally and emotionally abused her and other teens at the school, including being put in solitary confinement for 20 hours at a time. They wanted to instill fear in the kid, so we'd be too scared to disobey them. She said. Experience traumatized her for years, and she said she was afraid to speak about it until now. School responded to people's requests for comment with following statement originally opened in 1971 Provo Canyon School, was sold by its previous ownership in August of 2000. Therefore we cannot comment on the operations or period. Patient experiences prior to this time, So Paris was sent to a bunch of different places doesn't sound like it was a school. It sounds like it was like a like a ray. Get yours. Get your crap together at school, right? Now. I'm just surprised that we're still hearing from Paris Hilton. Thank well, she's got. She's got a documentary coming out. So that's why you're that's what you're hearing from her. Burgess Owens. Was running against Ben McAdams for the fourth Congressional district. He's going to be speaking at Ah, the Republican National Convention. This week. I'm not sure which day it is, But the more interesting thing I think about Burgess Is crazy. He was helping raise money for Steve Bannon's Build Wall Project, Really Bannon, along with several others involved in the project. Arrested on Thursday for defrauding donors in the project. Media matters for America reported Friday that Owen's appeared on an online wall a thon last summer. Oh, the Wallace on I've seen clips of that. Yes, it's fascinating. To help raise funds for the we build the wall campaign organizer's raised more than $25 million in a private effort to build the wall on the southern border. No one's appearance was prior to him announcing his candidacy for Congress. But it speaks to the kind of things that are important to Burgess and eggs and the people he is willing to. Associate with he was interviewed by Deanna Lorraine and Edward's Woodson. Lorraine is a former candidate for Congress who embraced the Q and a on conspiracy theory. No one's previously appeared on an obscure Internet program focused on cue and on. Although he didn't discuss the conspiracy, specifically, the fact that he was on that show is Kind of owe you are. He's part of it. You know, he's he's He beat me follows that stuff. Nobody does. I mean, that's that's the modern Republican Party these days is all about conspiracy theories. You know, we're we're liberal media elites that worships Satan and eat babies. Gina, did you know that I haven't seen a baby in at least three months. See, I think that's the Republican Party platform that you know. They say that they're just going with the same one as last time. My first question is, well. Are they gonna leave this stuff about Russia in it, But I thought that the new Republican Party platform was, whereas thie liberal media elites worship Satan any babies that should be in there, whereas we and that's the other thing. You know, they released the platform. Which is no platform. No, The platform is basically ah, whatever, Donald Trump says. Whenever you're hungry, wants Trump he gets that's what that's our thing, You know? Which so that what they release was just a bunch of bullet points. It wasn't even like an in depth. Okay, So so the one bullet point is, we're going to try to, you know, fix Cove it or whatever. Okay, Well, how are you going to do that? You know nothing. Nothing. We're homing in your miracle, and you're going to get a whole lot of Trump. Um at all of the RNC nights. Um, yeah. Tiffany, don Junior. You got Melania? Were they letting Eric talk? I couldn't remember if he I don't think it's a good idea to let Eric talk. Think I saw him on the easy on the left on the list. I just look at his gums whenever he's excess. Can't stop focusing on his guns. I don't know why. And they say that Trump is going to talk every night because if he has a chance to be on TV You will be on TV and you could feel kind of bad for him because he loves the big rallies, and he's just not getting him and For the poor dear, is my heart's broken. Yeah, Here's the thing Is that the place that they're holding their convention? You know, they're calling it a hub eyes is it's a government owned facility, and they're also going to have part of it at the White House, also a government owned facility. And it's not ethical to use a government owned facility to promote a political party. But of course these days, you know ethics well and they're claiming Well, it's to save money. No, it's because you want the back drop of the White House behind you. So there's there's a bunch of social media calls to. Really you're gonna be outside at the White House. Live on TV, huh? The really interesting If a bunch of protesters showed up outside, you know enough to make enough noise, a lot of noise. That would be a fan interest they got no. They got no backup plan in case in case the weather changes. They're still planning on it being out in that. Oh, and after what they did to the Rose Garden. That's another story. They got no contingency plans for the weather. They got no backup. They kept making an issue out of it. The Democratic Convention. Oh, that was pre recorded, and that was this and that It probably would be smart to have a few pre recorded things. If you're if you're going to be outside and don't know how that's going to go Does it matter If something's pre recorded doesn't matter what you're saying? What the message is? I would think. But they were trying to make an issue out. Well, Joe Biden was just reading off a teleprompter and anybody, Khun dude, that Donald Trump seems to have a very difficult He has a difficult time reading off a teleprompter. And when he gets the right off of a teleprompter, he's one long run on sentence. I mean, so You'd better hope that he could read the teleprompter, but he can't. He's terrible at it. A small study found that people who were face masks were thought to be more attractive. I love this is a marketing idea to get people that you know our own mess. You're more a trollop. Carry your Soho Nick. Very handsome John line mask so prominent I like it because I You know, I'm not a big makeup where anyway, So now I just have to do my eyebrows and I'm pretty much set for We're going out projects been dubbed Beauty and the mask conducted by Temple University College of Public Health and the Center for Human Appearance. That's a thing the Center for human appearance at University of Pennsylvania's Perlman School of Medicine. 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7 New Ways to Grow Your SEO Traffic
"To another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. Hotel and today we're GonNa talk about seven new ways to grow your seo traffic. So I'll start first because they had a Webinar on new ways to do SEO. So the first way to grow your SEO traffic new way to grow your seo traffic would be to think about on surp- seo but does that mean exactly so Serb assertion that result page, and as you know Seo now is getting more difficult because the search result pages are so dynamic you have sometimes you might have apps you have knowledge box you might have featured snippets you might have site links there's a lot. Of changes happening. So what you gotTa do from your and we've talked about Faq Schema before in the past, we've talked about all these different tactics those all fall on the search engine result page. You GotTa think about how you can do on Seo part of what you can do using software or you can do it on your own, but you can use our software. If you want click flow, you can test your titles Meta description and that is basically one element of on as he'll. There's a lot more that goes into that but I just want to give you one piece. Number two is create new formats of content. So you don't have to just do text based content. You've already seen that Google ranks videos, but did you know Google also rains podcasts? So now crawling podcasts transcribing and indexing them and getting driving traffic to them as loss. So don't create text based content, considering creating all the different types of media formats that people really leveraging these days such as video audio off Cassie I should out there make she include keywords with whatever you're talking about your research on. What you'll find is some of that context also start ranking. For many listings are pushing up just classroom pushing up just video results. So it's a way to grab more search traffic bubbling people already. Number three kind of alluded to this a little earlier. But if you Google, Matthew Woodward Faq Schema. You'll find a way to get Faq. Schema. Set Up, and in some cases you click the rate actually might go higher. This is kind of continuing to follow the theme of on Surp- SEO number four by websites now for their back lanes buying for their brand and their existing traffic and there exists. You'll traffic merging into your site makes you deleted duplicate content merge than duplicate content together what it mean by duplicate is not word for word content. But if I have article on Seo someone else has an article on Seo and they both talk bout began as a test yo you don't have to pay design begins Guy Teissier you'd WanNa merge tackle only do that. What you'll find is Marshall Tropical to ring for Marquee Words All. Right. Number five. So even though we talk about it, I don't think a lot of people do this enough think about how you can build your own widget or how you could build your own software where those will basically because those to me, there are a little more defensible than making new book or a new Info Graphic, for example so An example, this Neil night I talked about this website when covert initially hid a lot of late in the United States a lot of layoffs started happening. So these layoff tracker started going up I was actually looking at one of the layoff trackers recently, sixteen hundred referring domains going that's a lot of lakes. So if you can build something, that's helpful. Genuinely helpful. The people that's very lincoln asset. This is evergreen SEO tactic but nobody has ever talked about talk about Lincoln assets, but don't talk too much about using a product to help with branding or product to build lakes. Another thing that you can end up doing is. Look at popular tools on the Internet that are Mir Space Adam to your website. You can find a lot like code canyons stuff like that will find his they tend to create a lot of brand queries more BRANCUSI's. You have the easier to rank on Google. So yes, eric talked about lingual acids but you can also get tools that create more brand queries will you'll find as you rankings for all Europeans go up even if you're not getting into links. All right number seven kind of similar. Building on the example I gave from number five where you build a where you lied with a product could be a widget as well. But let's use Neil Uber suggests as an example, he has a lot of data, a lot of click stream data. And basically, the great thing about that is that he can make really data loaded post that nobody else can do so I remember recently, I just read something from about how everything you know about click the rate has changed, but they were pulling proprietary data that they have. If you have your own product, you're able to glean zone insights and you can produce. Content that stands out on its own which you have liquid asset that's helping you produce more link cable assets with your content.
Georgia reopening nonessential businesses amid coronavirus
"Georgia has started to reopen. Its economy business. Owners are scared. They're caught between needing to make money and trying to stay safe journalist. Amanda Mall of the Atlantic Talk to small business owners who are doing this very hard calculation one of them is Derek Carr Nevada Gio. He manages a pub called the globe in Athens. Georgia Amanda and Eric talked to me yesterday and Derek started by telling me what it was like to shut the pub down all of the food that we ordered for a big saint. Paddy's Day we started giving it to our employees so that they could stock their fridge to weather. The storm we got rid of all perishables to our staff and then opened it up to more people in the public and like started out word of mouth and then it was like okay. We can donate what's left after we. We do this when the governor announced that some businesses in Georgia could re open including bars and restaurants. Did the globe decide to not re open? Because you don't have any stuff to reopen with meaning your food is gone. Your drinks are gone or did you decide not to reopen. Because you're concerned about people's safety or is it both well safety. You is the number one thing for sure for our guests and for our employees like it's a responsibility of being a business in general is to operate ethically but from there. Yeah like now. We're looking at like we've already taken major hits financially from all of this and that in industry that's run on razor thin margins like that's that's a lot to try to bounce back from Amanda who interviewed you for. Her story ended up titling. Her article Georgia's experiment in human sacrifice. When the governor made a decision to reopen businesses like bars like salons barbershops. Is that what it felt like? Like an experiment with human lives. Oh absolutely if feels like we are supposed to be the lab. Rats with the most unorganized version of a case study. There could be. It's been a total folly in. We're the front line that's expendable. It's is what it feels like. Amanda you talked not only to Derrick you too many business owners while you reporting this article what did they tell you business owners? I think feel like they are being pulled in two directions with no clear direction in which to go a lot of them feel like this was done sort of hastily even if they're in favor of reopening even if they see a way forward to reopen their business in a way that they consider safe. I think that people on either end of this are stressed out and worried that they're going to put their employees at risk their coworkers their customers but also that now they can reopen the. They have to for financial reasons. There's the appearance of choice in this but I think when you get down to it. People are not really being given much of a choice at all amended the other day. I talked to a man named Neil Bradley. He's in leadership at the US Chamber of Commerce and he said a lot of businesses are afraid that they're going to be sued if they reopen and then an employee or a customer gets cove in nineteen and he said that's why the Chamber and many Republican lawmakers are pushing for liability shield. So that business owners can't get sued when you were talking to business owners. Did you have people tell you? Look I'm afraid of opening up because if someone catches Cova one thousand nine and here they could turn around and sue me. Is this a legitimate concern? Yes that was mentioned to me by several business owners. It wasn't their first concern Everybody listed the safety of their employees and their co workers and the safety of their customers as the most important thing plus the financial setbacks that they've taken in the difficulty in restarting but once you get past those concerns. There are some hairstylists in particular. I've heard this from in Georgia. Who ARE GIVING THEIR CLIENTS? Release forms laugh to try and shield themselves from liability. It's not at all clear whether or not those release forms will be binding. But I think that because you're dealing with a lot of businesses who don't have a great deal of legal resources. He don't have a great deal of money to consult their attorneys on retainer people are trying to shield themselves in whatever ways they can if they feel like they do have to go back to work in order to feed their families. Did you write the title? Georgia's experiment in human sacrifice. Yes and I would imagine if you wrote it. That must seem to you what it feels like down there in Georgia absolutely. Yes I think that working class Georgians group that has largely people of color are being sacrificed to the state's economy. Largely the view is that the state probably doesn't want people to collect as much unemployment is they're collecting now so if you allow businesses to reopen a certain number of them are no longer going to be able to collect unemployment and we'll have to go back to work and it seems like that's what this order is designed to do and I don't know how you term that in any other way but human sacrifice and leslie any idea of when you will open back up that remains to be seen. We're still like we're in a historic building downtown like Proper Protocol to open safely as they say quote unquote safely now is not feasible with our sit down dining structure even if we tried put in all the protocols that we've been given like that cuts our capacity effectively in half and try and supplement that with to go sales and selling merchandise gift cards from goodwill of our community but ultimately the numbers still don't add up and we want more than anything to get back to some version of normal
Zoom and MikMak
"Welcome back to season two of zeroed IPO. Today we have a very exciting couple of entrepreneurs on the show. Rachel typical graph the founder of Mick Massey founder and CEO who was called by Entrepreneur magazine one of the fifty most daring entrepreneurs and we also have eric yuan the founder and CEO of Zoom. Which as we all know has grown into a beam of video conferencing. Yeah I think what's very interesting? Here is both enterprise software entrepreneurs one who is earlier in her journey another one who is later on in his journey. He's gone public taking it public but still has a lot of memory about what it was like to be at her stage so. I think this is going to be very very interesting. Let's introduce our guests grey. Eric Yuan is the CEO and founder of Zoom and has grown zoom into a little bit of a big company. I think it's very small compared to what you're going to become. That's how he thinks about it right down. Eric started the company in two thousand eleven and appealed last year and at the IPO. The company had a market cap of a little over nine billion now less than a year later. It's at twenty one billion on the public markets. Tha that's more that's more more a little bit more. That's great that's growth node and never look at him. I never let's right notice. This market cap is not sustainable revenue. Would you talk about the revenue growth? Revenue growth is very impressive. It's about on the order of about one hundred percent year over year kind of up on a six hundred plus million dollar revenue year consensus estimates. We're not seeing anything out of the ordinary here. That is very impressive. And when you can see that kind of growth that kind of scale that's something. That's very exciting. Well before we go any further. I want to introduce Rachel. Tipo graph the CEO and founder of MIC MAC which is a fast growing startup. And there's a lot of things I want to ask you about and talk to You. About part of the purpose of this show is to hear from you about how you're growing the company. What your hopes and aspirations for at our and any kind of obstacles that you see ahead that perhaps not me but the other two leaders of public companies might be able to chime in with some experience. Let me ask you to describe MC MAC for our listeners and talk a little bit about what the company does share so mic. Mac were a marketing ECOMMERCE platform fortune. Five hundred brands license our software to better understand their consumers by connecting digital invest minced. Online retail insights. So essentially when I put a dollar into facebook what does that mean for my performance at Walmart for example so my clients span. Campbell's Hasbro Lego L'OREAL Nestle essentially. If you sell it Amazon Target Walmart you will become my client because you live in darkness with retail data. Let Me Brag a little bit about you. If I may at age twenty four you became the global director of digital and social media at gap which seems pretty young to have that role. I wasn't doing much of anything at twenty four. I think I was taken out the mail for running that role at gap at the time. But then you walked away from that to start this company out of your apartment. I believe in Brooklyn that must have been a difficult decision similarly Eric. You had a big role at Webex. You were leading the engineering team. You had hundreds of engineers. You said your wife. Hey I think I need to go start this company. And she didn't like the idea yes. She's sort of an online at likely. That idea by almost field to graduate was twenty. Four years ordered the three of us. Degenerates Rachel Rachel? With killing by the way the other thing that I love about what I've heard about your career is Gary Chuck who was an investor. My company and I believe invested in yours describes you as a fucking gangster quote unquote and lucky to have his support. Let's talk about MC MAC and the growth of online video and the commercialization of online video. Obviously Eric has a massive video business. What you're trying to do with mic-mac some people describe it as infomercials for the web. I've heard the term mini-martial Did you come up with that may I coined? Yeah and the idea is that it was very hard before mic-mac to see video and buy something you had to jump through hoops. And the bounce rate was like above ninety percent when you click through and now with mic-mac the bounce rate comes down to often like just ten percent right and a thesis of MIC. Mac was I was a gap. I was seeing the growth of video. I was seeing the change in the customer journey so gap Dot Com. The home page was the most traffic web page when I started when I left the product. Detail pages were seen five. X. Amount of traffic so all of a sudden all of these landing pages were actually becoming the heartbeat of conversion but no senior leader was paying attention to them and then finally the rise of Amazon so the early signs at the major retailers were about to become new wall gardens. And if you talk to major. Cpt brands they would be investing hundreds of millions of dollars whether is in digital video social paid search programmatic and having no idea what the outcome was on the other side. So in your case you have this insight and you know it's a good insight. I'm going to start a company but you leave a massive company and now you're this tiny little entity all by yourself and you have your your powers. You have the insight that the bravest lady in the Roman. You're like little little the honest truth. We said we tell the truth. And you have these massive companies that could easily swoop in and take your idea like talk to us about. How do you navigate that? And I want to hear also from Eric because he was in the same boat as you leaving Webex. Yeah it starts with an insight. That's not the hard part. The hard part is executed and initially. My competitor advantage right is speed to market. I'm nimble I can move faster fast. Forward all of a sudden I start proving myself and then other companies begin to pay attention. Because obviously if I'm successful must mean that there's a larger opportunity out there. How did that make you feel what was your reaction to the you know? The encroachment potential encroachment. My first reaction was. This is a good thing because you don't want to be a lone ranger business. It means you're you're not doing something to market if you're the only one marquette so I was excited I'm like yeah like competition bring it on but then when you look at the size of those companies so I currently thirty employees my competitors have upwards of five thousand employees. Then you start to get a little bit scared because they could put you know. Fifty salespeople against the southwest territory and then no one at Kirk Dr Pepper. We're GonNa talk to me and those are. The dynamics began to change for me last year. Which was a like. I got a suit up. Because there's people who can be louder and market right now. I still have the utmost confidence in my product. I have most confidence in my ability to lead but the reality is that they're bigger than me. Eric talked pretty shortly to catch up. Because speed everything up today have thirty. You may not know in five years. Probably have five thousand or six thousand you know more than your competitors as
"eric talk" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Open up Joshua said as he dipped his in the And pressed it to my lips. I shouldn't I- moment but I even wide anyway disgusting and I love it. I if you like our show you will absolutely love the nod. It's a podcast tell stories from black culture that you won't hear anywhere else. They've investigated beyond says alleged ties to the aluminum body. Tracked Down Crime off or an oral history of the classic song. Nok If you buck and tell the funeral service tyler. Perry's iconic character media. You'll even find your favorite Thursday kit host on the episode. Isn't it romantic featuring Jasmine Jasmine. Gillary where we talk about romance novels and what it means to be in love with love. Trust me there's something on the not for everyone hosts Brittany and Eric Talk to celebrities about the things you'd never expect. They got Yara Shahidi to talk about what it's like to wear a do rag on TV. They talked to Lavar Burton about the love. Life of Black Star Trek characters and got risen to reveal the links between Kung Fu movies and the civil rights movement. Follow the not and listen for free free on spotify or whatever you get your podcast it all right them. Hey Nicole how are you today. You know I'm present uh-huh Scorpio season and I am present. I never know any season beyond aries. So Yeah for Scorpio's I guess Entirely needless literally in the middle of all right awesome. Well today. We're going to talk about someone who is a Gemini a gem minus and You know he is is someone. I came too late in life. Shall we say I see But I'm here here now and I and I understand a why he he has been a part of thirst culture four twenty. Listen so I came to him closer to the beginning of this twenty years so so I'm into the direct opposite view. I have been drinking at this particular fountain for a very long time which I just say who is yes. Special Jackson. Yes it is. I love the Joshua I Have I've had a very long time crush on him interesting interesting. Yeah like he was very much just like the basic idea. 'cause this is the thing we talk a lot on this show about when I I kind of And introduced and how that impacts what you go onto like right for me. The blueprint is kind of teenage pacey. Even though he was playing teenager when he was playing right but like very very important and then over the years he's matured. He's kind of like thick and a little bit. It's it's just a lot of love for gesture that I am very excited for us to kind of explore this episode. You'd like is going to be a really bonding. Experience is good. It's Oh good compensation. Okay I'm ready to hear why I should have picked up on Joshua Pacey Jackson much sooner but like I said I'm here now I'm down. What a Colin cut all right? Let's get into so Nicole. Yes we talking about Jesse Jackson this week yes does. He likes to be called Josh. Because sometimes he's Joshua sometimes it's sometimes it's Vanity Jack Tax we don't know I think I'm GonNa say Joshua Allah racial from friends his NATO Josh Joshua day-to-day Joshua I will call him Joshua because because it's the way it's when you say it it's the way a kiss form. Yes it's like a little open mouth and say it ends on the side. Yeah a little push the tongue and then yes yes Joshua. Wow okay go ahead of us. That's pull this shit back polytechnical. Let's begin at the very beginning. Daschle Jackson is another another person that I did not realize I could feel this way about In what way explain yourself again because I am not familiar with much of his filmography not see Like obviously I knew him knew who he was whatever numb. I didn't stick with a lot of work that he did. Not on this early fault of him it was because he has a very youthful face. He has been in a lot of young targeted. Our young audience targeted work. which as you know is not anything that moves me often right so I didn't? I just didn't sit down with the stuff that he did. I get that I fully fully understand and you're right about the youthful face. I think people forget that he actually came up as a child actor. I think often about generational differences where everyone's like. Oh that doesn't and Michael. Let me tell you something. A young person but my initial introduction to Josh Jackson was when we were both children wants to. I'm I'm not even a shame because I love those movies. He was in the mighty ducks movies. Yes and now this. I was watching the show in Nigeria. There's no ice hockey in Nigeria shocking. Like it is not unnatural sports in Nigeria. But I remember those years I was like you know what I think. He really get into ice hockey gate. Fair I understand why but I I was really into it but of course really my real full on love for him. didn't form until two since creek which I watched diligently you only discovered a couple of years ago right And I was like look. I'M NOT GONNA start this shit from the beginning so I went on twitter and I said I I said where should I start and everyone was like season three. That's the most Pacey centric line so I started watching it and I was like what in the Hale. Why why? Why is this show not called Pace Creek? Is the mother fucking star. We knew this. So my God like Dawson. Okay we're not gonNA talk about Dachshund we're not getting that episodes And it will never be lay a lot out there. Let me tell you something it's Never GonNa Happen. Don't even ask but I was like. Who is the man that they have modeled pacey after because Like even though I know that he supposed to be in high school right now. And you know whatever this time-warp thing happening as I'm watching it in two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen whatever I was like Pacey. What do he's a mine and they basically said Hey? Are you going to be a seventeen year old boy in his school. And it's Labra era and it's nothing to do with his physicality he's like some big he looks like a young Guy Right. It's not that it's it's the the debts to him like you look at him you you look into his eyes and you're like fuck you not acting. I felt like a real man like a man. He felt like any romance novel Hero. Yeah you know that you Kinda have to Polish a little bit to get to yes. Eighties early nineties romance novel Hero. Where you have to do You know maybe a little bit more emotional labor than you lie as but he the way that he would when he was with Joey uh-huh and he would touch her very softly on her arm and try to get her to open up about her reservations and the things that she was concerned about. Yeah the way that he would try to seduce somebody. Yeah he was a grown. I can't say anything else. But as he was grown and he was so mature even though he was In his twenties playing this character he was still so good just so earnest and he you were so sincere yes When he would be in pain you know some kind of emotional situation? That would happen and he would be in pain and like crying. I was just like Oh my God. You are incredible. Yeah his talent at such a young age. I it's mind blowing. He's a very naturalistic performer. Former I think he's someone who I don't know his process but he feels like someone who looks at the environment and then creates around what he can see what he can think what he can talk touching her. And there's there's a scene in particular when you talk about how tender he is and it's not just with Jerry by the way because before he's with Jerry has wonderful girlfriend called Andy who has lots of problems and working through rhythm. Yeah and he has like friends and he's very much everybody's friend. He's a kind of guy who kind of Melton with every group right so he's very tender with all of these female friends all of his male friends. He's audibly his you know there's a terrible phrase from the nineties said symmetric sexual but he was very much cared about how he looked and he cared about his friends and he was just. It's like this nice guy. There's a scene where he does something. It's a very famous scene. There are lots of people those of us who watch this shit back in the day they only have to look into their eyes and save very softly. And it's it's the scene you bought me a wall not bought rented. This thing didn't come cheap either. Cost me a hundred bucks. Hugh bought me a wall. You said that already limited time offers so you should get cracking basically. Did you feel the notice the size of this thing. I just thought you next endeavor should be bigger and better than the last one that was important. You keep on growing both as a person and as an artist I also got you this. I know it's not going to cover the whole thing. But as the saying ain't goes the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. I'm going to need your help on this one. No no no no not this time. You're on your own sister. So Oh my God. The writing on this show was often melodramatic to the point of ridiculous. Kind of like why on earth is this seven year old talking like thirty five year old married. We've been to therapy post divorced however however it worked especially when it was pay doing the talking of these ridiculous words because the whole scene like he just putting your hands to your chance.
"eric talk" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Fascinating. I think it's one of the best compositions it's ever and I would argue that. It is one of the Best Guitar Solos on a Rolling Stones Song ever that Guitar Solo and his tone on that what are just dynamite knocks me out forty years later so blows my mind sympathy for the devil. Please allow me to introduce reduce myself. Wealth taste couldn't have said it any better myself making KIEF. So what's what's what's next next. We have to have this on the list. The Devil went down to Georgia by the Charlie Daniels Band released on the nineteen seventy nine album million mile reflections. It's about the devils failed attempt to steal young man and soul through a fiddle playing contest that involved enticing the young man's participation using a worldly prize which is the Golden Fiddle of course. The muppets covered the song on the show with guest star Alan Arkin in Nineteen Eighty Alvin and the chipmunks covered it on the nineteen eighty-one album urban chipmunk and premise covered on the nineteen ninety eight Rhino Plastic. EP Yeah I I want to mention that. The primaries version has an amazing video video with done with stop motion animation. Yes that is just killing eyler. And if you're looking for something to put on at Halloween for your part you're having barty whatever. Maybe you haven't Halloween party tonight and pull this up. Put this up on up on your Fire stick or your Roku or whatever and played for your friends everybody will freaking love it. We're very very well done. Sounds awesome rocks heart. Is You know what what and just just just really great track But I remember that song when it came when it was brand new. That's how old I am and I was completely fascinated by. I have always been a big fan of rock lyrics and one of the one is one of the reasons I do a weekly show called Eric Talk. Maybe I'll do a a show on sympathy for the devil. Excuse me excuse me. Devil went down to Georgia. I do WANNA sympathy the devil too but the Song Devil went down to Georgia is a story. It's a it's a narrative it has a beginning a middle and then and the music plays in with that absolutely perfect the devils jam. There's Janis Janis. He's jam and I. I always have personally have San. I think most people agree that the devils I always thought like. Here's my first reaction when I heard the song and I heard devil and then I heard Johnny. My reaction was Oh. Wow while Johnny. It looks like you're screwed because the devils jam was less kicked ass like you didn't you know and then when it came back that the devil bowed his head because he knew that even beat I was like what devils week the hell out of here. The Devil Kick Janis as I called Shenanigans and I still call Shenanigans. Go back and listen to that that gets our during that thing that chicken chicken thing and that and that base I Buddha. That's amazing sorry. Johnny sorry sorry you given your soul to the devil just saying so he got next. The next one on my list is running with the devil by Van Halen. It's the second single from van. halen's nineteen seventy eight. Debut album. Van Halen was the first single shit. Why do you ask me questions like that? The song was inspired by the Ohio players. Song run in from the devil named the Ninth Greatest Hard Rock Song of all time by each one and it's usually interpreted as being about the life of a touring band not really the devil not really not technically about the devil so this should be like an honorable mention and not like really Asanga. Whatever shouldn't be on the list but it also right song long? The riff is. I did a What makes his rift grade or something like I did? I did a podcast on his roof. That you guys can go out there and find Just just absolutely amazing. That's the first thing I ever heard by. Van Halen was a song and hooked instantly like like. This is the greatest thing I have ever heard. I was like Oh my God. Like what is this amazing vocals lyrics. It is about life on the road in rock and roll. And how you know you just you sort of feel like you're kind of being chased by this thing so when he got next action the next one on my list is devil inside by excess water some releases a single in one thousand nine hundred eight. This song was most successful in the. US turning number two for two weeks Kirk Pendulum Guitarist in the saxophonist stated that he did not like the music video because it was too American. Therefore my show you if you didn't know that the song was featured in the movie Rockstar and the TV show hindsight's but I do love me some Michael Hutchence. I have told my inaccessibility many times times as I won't tell it again. It's a very cool song. Great Band Sad story. Mike watching killer ban poor guy a speaking of great bands. This is Burger. Kill when it come back after a little burger kill and talk a little bit more about the top ten songs about the data Dalla. Happy Devil's night. Everybody what are you doing for devils nine hour. You celebrating devils. Let us know in the comments. We'll talk to year after some Burger. Kill.
"eric talk" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"The best who can make one fourth they happened to be the best at one point but we all know death might go see you can make one four burner asks can make one foot even Jeff Roberts deal making my daddy goes still make forty but they knew out that she dishes like this we put our hopes in the region who it's like to me he's like Daniel taken like he's not the best at the division given built behind let us lock it down there was no proper here they was abortion score but he gave away too many rats in a row it is what it is data dossier y'all got one I didn't go ahead on your add to say obviously the best fighters were fighting the Owais Vision where we could really see the best is cut cut cut I just want someone I tell me am I right isn't it supposed to be one seven eleven not one twelve written issue all right as somebody ten around somewhere sure no see and this is what I'm saying WBZ had the seminar see that is issue which round was cleared dominated or or or or they did at ten ten around somewhere Ten ten rounds somewhere now you do that you know you have to go I don't know Oh man I'm trying 'cause I never I heard ten one seventeen twelve but call us call us callers who do we got next right a seven Oh man this was some bullshit man I'm sitting here and Mike you really right somebody gave somebody at ten ten now 'cause there's you didn't see the first round you just saw the highlight that they show so you doubt Taylor one well programs working his fucking body early that's why when the second round started using his body is rare because he was working embodies the first round I gave it Tintin I gave grab the next four rounds he easily won those around head movement clear sizes just like the WBZ say eighty percent then the next four five rounds I gave Taylor for the next five rounds he was landing the cleaner shots he had the energy and then the last two rounds progress easily won those lands so I don't understand how people within here saying oh he's the he's the play this Clip Patel that Bush if you're watching fighter eighty percent of the fight is does don't clean shots look do I look Taylor was doing and we expected region to blow him out that's why hey bob hey champ brandon in Cincinnati a fight job was watching a sport it was seventeen twelve could possibly be for ten ten round but I personally say read it to get his ass kicked the wrong flight he was trying to outbox the taller longer man and tried to jab his way to win why he wanted to win a fight like that like rudd I mean he sounds like he went to college he was well spoken but I don't know what he's nine around the three nine thousand pages the first doc within the first off Iran's Donald around that I gave what round Gay Regis Rounds Three four eleven clearly if you WanNa give him around twelve giving round twelve and make it a four but I'll Josh Taylor did a little more working to twelve rounds but does my That's what I had I had it won seventeen eleven josh tailored reaches while the wrong fight man he was getting his ass kicked Josh Taylor went the way cleaner punches they cut one sided six. I thought I had a redesigned winning two through four Eric Talk to US Three now three yes Mr man good ass fight man what year ahead I was growing regions but I had them losing by walking around and man I used to always kind of be mad at y'all right at the UK public amenity being in the puck and comments talking crazy man crazy we don't have enough moderators bro this disrespectful man it's ridiculous back with Fox or Massey Y. P. May keep your foot on a nightmare for them because man but that was good ass by and I'm looking forward arrested vices even crazy there has they say should has nothing to do with boxing. Bro I'm telling you it was crazy but those are going to be the other split up integrity from somebody with a motherfucking a purple appetite. I know that's another thing I don't get it great fight man I had never fired for Taylor man it just reminded me of like a fucking kill Brooke Shawn Porter Man like a taller guy grabbing a little guy I mean it was just too much older regis enough when they keep holding you just gotTa do all school shorter guy you put your head into doing it right I had a I had a seven five men mumps steeler fan and a hoping come back in maybe get maybe get an regis versus hooker now you know to maybe get them back on the championship track but I had a seventy five and then I was going for regions but I don't think he did enough to win plus you've got to think about it like football like Ben Homefield advantage is football give you three points in a boxing match when they come to yield state or Yo city obama on a ringer tip Bo straight up man I heard a scorecard doing a fighter with outrageous that he will blasphemy guys stay Behan Hieber yet it could be programmed in my opinion but I do like program but he just hang out with your take on that elite level and wants to go to one forty seven here a dead man and I feel Alpbach Ramirez managed Roger Mayweather I'm out all right here we go into new call the three four seven three four two in the middle of a Bra name what's your name Oh this is this is t he is saying Lou I'm glad you said it and not me but I was thinking that after he had red bull in the open evaluated by the F._D._a. this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease.
"eric talk" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To buy inventory pay you employees and payroll tax, you may be walking away from that maybe five hundred dollars. Where is your if you own the place, and it's paid for or even if you mortgage in it the rent, maybe a thousand dollars a month? Now at you pay you employees. He's and everything else you still sitting with seven eight thousand dollars. That's a big difference man, a huge hugely big difference. So you you want to own the property whenever you're doing something like that. Now, the jersey Mike's subway chains those are good to get into. Now. Let me tell you why they're good to get into like, this hair hair. We've businesses because they don't have the overhead atypical restaurant. What have you don't have to have a certain kind of kitchen with the subways because Dillon with cold cuts? You ain't got a half fans and all the other stuff you need in there. For a kitchen. So you literally. Literally have a better chance is you gotta subway. Then you do if you get a McDonald's or something like that. We got Marvin. All right. Eric talk, go to seventy nine the voice hit this hotel at that bring them up to date. Cut my Mike when he talking to see some Marvin you there. I right by the good to have you have you what we're gonna be talking about on the contract twenty today. Go ahead. What go ahead whatever you wanna talk about the day. Let's go ahead. And do what you got going on today on the contractors corner. Today, the concept. I really have it mapped out. You know, I want to talk about because I've been working on closing the deal with this company. But I got the actual rate that these companies are being paid right for these Amazon route by this company probably paying a several hundred eighteen dollars a night. And the crazy part is eavesdropping on a delivery getting a hundred and fifty at night. Who wanted tonight, right? Giving them the contract. Make your four five hundred dollars with none of the liabilities associated. All I wanna print it out. But I want to start get other drivers to call in and tell their stories I don't want it to just be about me telemark. But that's very important. What you just said right there. Right. What you just stay right? There is very important and stuff everybody who didn't hear what he said is this. He's mapped out where Amazon is is is paying these guys for routes, and literally they're paying one hundred hundred and fifty bucks, but charging seven hundred eight hundred dollars with no liability. They make it all this money. And so what Marvin has done and said, look, we need to change that we need to make it with the drivers taking on a liability. They make more money. And I think that's a wonderful thing. That's that's the whole premise behind the day run at. Is that, you know, the drivers make the lion share because they have all the liabilities and these companies that get the contract rectal amadov. Why are they make you four five hundred dollars? And I'm the one who had liability right are making less than you driving on pain is gas. I'm breaking down on the side of the road. You know, they're making all this money. And they don't have none of those expenses now year, they got the cupboard there the staff that is, you know, doing the bachelor and all that, but vitamin B dispatch work when I got this technology, assisted me, you're right. The technology eliminates the need for all of that. So this company is taking the money just to connect with paternity. They're making more than you. That makes no sense..
"eric talk" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Eric, what's a if you heard the show recently, you know, that Eric talked about homecoming in his what's making us happy this week since Eric had already talked about how much he liked the show he figured he would be exactly the right person to come to us about how much he liked the show. I'm going to go to these guys first. And then we'll get back to Eric Glenn. What did you think of homecoming? I listened to the podcast. I love the podcast. It is extremely well written. And it's the kind of writing that has a very high degree of difficulty because it's all done in dialogue on the page looks Mamat esque. Yeah. But of course, Mamat is performed in a very stylized mannered way and the podcast at least is the opposite of that very natural listing. It feels like you're eavesdropping. It's also purely auditory, obviously because it's the podcast. So it's natural to ask. What are you going to bring to this? Besides time. What can you infuse into it? And the answer is these amazing visuals, which aren't there just to be pretty they're there to do a very specific thing, we can talk about and these performances it's not fair to compare it to the podcast, but it's impossible not to because in many cases, the dialogue is verbatim. And what you're watching. If you know both is the same story overlapping dialogue being delivered with the same pauses the same double backs by different sets of actors, and you know while. Julia Roberts is great. We're going to talk about her kind of alley is just doing such great work. He's having a ball being this debate. And and on the podcast. He's played by David Schwimmer, which makes a certain medicine. But Schwimmer is Schwimmer. So there's a kind of Ross Geller thread of Moby penis and kind of is bringing slickness is kind of oleaginous alpha. Which is very can. I just say it's cool to have the worst friend playing the worst boss. Well, they're both guys who can play a really kind of unlikable person that you would not want as your boss, but in really different different ways. That's what's fascinating to me. So yeah, I also like that here the mom gets more to do because the mumps plagued by says he space. I would argue not still not enough. But but many dug it. Yeah. Steven, would you think? Yeah. I really loved it. I'm not familiar with the podcast. So I came into it trying to know as little as possible because I knew that there would be twists. And so for a while. I was watching it like thinking this was based on a nonfiction podcasts. A while to kind of it took me a while to get my would, be frightening terrifying. But Sam 's mile directs all ten of these episodes, and he brings a lot of what he brings to mister robot to this show dialed way way back it's not as self conscious as mister robot about the visuals. I think it is self conscious about the visual. So visually striking. You can't look away from it. But he brings some of what he brings to mister robot. But it's very very contained. I think this show benefits so much from these episodes being anywhere from twenty three to thirty seven minutes. So good. So you just kind of it makes the show so much more digestible you're not kind of heaving through the mechanics of of an hour long drama. So this show that can be very contemporary live still has this propulsed nece to it that kept me kind of like zipping to the next episode as quickly as I could I was a little bit less taken with the kind of government contractor intrigue than I was with the relationship between the Julia Roberts character and the Stefan James character. So Stefan James is playing. The the main soldier that the Julia Roberts character is working with and he is being treated for a kind of a mix of post traumatic stress disorder and survivor's guilt. And..
"eric talk" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"He was a pain to them. But only in the last couple of years. This was a fellow who was an extended member of the Royal family. He did their bidding for decades, he was the quality journalists, but he was the former general manager editor in chief of Arab news channel, which is like their ABC or NBC Easter editor for another. Starring just Brown. What Taty made it more progressive? He met with. In the in the eighties. When the bin Laden was fighting the Soviets for news story on behalf of the Saudi Royal. So he was always very guy. And then he turned critical against the young crown prince Eric talked about so many times that thirty two turning Thirty-three-year-old Mohammed bin Salman breathe. A new force in the kingdom news critical of him to it for charity. And then he chrishogan came to the US a year ago, and he's been born in the side for the crown prince. The crown prince is not used to anybody say, no. Michael locked up all the billionaires, you know that he didn't like in Saudi Arabia. And by the way, you know, keep your you come to deal with me. He's a strong guy, strong, performer and also strong arm fellow. So he wanted his old Shoghi to fall back into place from stories that he had made an offer from to come back to the adviser that wasn't being followed. So the very best. You can speculate. Here is speculation is we don't know exactly what happened is this was a kidnapping, gone terribly. Awry, me they were going to bring him back to Saudi Arabia. They'd wanted to bring him back him in jail. Put him on trial, whatever out and that in that effort to bring him back to the kingdom dumping went wrong. And he ended up dead. And then they had what can they do at this point? They can't come forward and say, by the way, we didn't mean to kill them. We just bring back to Saudi Arabia return bat. We're talking with Gerald Posner. He's an author. He's also a friend of mine Gerald has many books out there. You should read the one that probably makes sense that this is the secrets of the kingdom, and I just befuddled by where we go on this Gerald because not only is there tension between the countries between American Saudi Arabia and the European countries in Saudi Arabia and Russia and China are on the sidelines licking their chops waiting to step in and be Saudis, new friend. But we now have a business conference. That's supposed to happen in the kingdom. And all of these gigantic companies and billionaires were supposed to go there. Richard Branson pulled out on Friday. We're seeing a whole bunch of companies saying they're not gonna go. Is there any risk? And I got about two minutes left. Here any risk that any American banks will go there and partic-. In this financial convention. In the desert. Everybody goes on JP, Morgan J P Morgan already said that the impact was going to be there. And he has not changed his mind each on the record with that. The I thought that the head of a by Kombi of the date by not to go. So I think a lot of them are still waiting head of Uber. Not going now at this played out. This would be a blow to their prestige..
"eric talk" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Right there by Beaumont and even a better to throw by Arthur Caskey, thoroughly wasn't all three guys. Look like they found those old and where to sit in it afterwards. Book a perfect, but if I Bohm out on long outside as you said, they gotta get him involved gain of thirteen I down Rutgers at the thirty one here is play actions have Kalki with pressure. Coming dumps it right? It's caught Eddie Lewis who has run out of bounds at the twenty six say step down at the twenty seven. So it's a gain of four so Rutgers with eleven plays now on this drive has run it eight times as they should. I'm not stopping the run game. All gave today annoy dead last in rush defense in the big ten as well over two hundred per game. Two hundred yards allowed per game. I should say if you force from the right in the first quarter, just imagine what the fourth quarter going to be like for these guys are going to be hands on hips. Chris three nothing Illinois hand up the middle holders. The flag down watch. Your tripped up down at the eleven yard line. There is a flag. But it came from the sideline I think this might be either a illegal shift or it could be on Illinois for being all sides. I'm trying. They're holding. Illegal formation. Five men in the backfield offense five yard penalty repeat second down. Eric talk about shooting in the foot. Chris ashes. This alignment assignment in the technique alignment, you gotta get you. Gotta know where you have to be out everybody. There's no excuse for lining up wrong. That's just a mess. I you can't you can't have that attention to detail. Would we do run a.
"eric talk" Discussed on The Jump
"I mean, when you're in a team dynamic much like at work dynamic, the passive aggressive stuff will drive you crazy when people are silently holding grudges silently or in little ways maneuvering behind the scenes to take out their issues on other people. That's the stuff that eats away the core and wrought to team. I think also you go back to may of twenty fifteen. They've in nineteen point lead in game six thirteen. Going into the fourth quarter. They're getting ready to go. On a plane to Golden State to play in the Western Conference finals. They blew that game to me. They were never the same team, never the same organization after that. They should have been in the Western Conference finals that year and I'll tell you what when you listen to JJ Eric talk, is he taking a little dig at Chris? Paul is that it Blake Griffin the Andre Jordan because they all have to into this that they underachieve to that standpoint. To me, they should have been made at least one conference fair in that podcast. He says myself included. Also the passive aggressive. He was the fourth guy. I mean, really, they never had that fifth guy by the way, which was one of the other problems. They never. Never had a rotating, but the looking for something better than that Barnes and that he would have been fine, Golden State picked him up. Everybody wanted to, but it didn't make sense to me the idea that the Andre Jordan clearly wanted out, he was literally in Dallas and then they, you know, they basically lock them in the house or whatever that whole thing was. And they said, we're gonna make it better. We'll make up everything. And you know, obviously having Chris, Paul had issues very clear, they had issues you couldn't expect. It's like I on the fixed my life. They tell you all this stuff. You know, you can't just go back right into the situation, not fix anything. They told the Andre that they were gonna find more shots for where you're not going to do. Why you don't want that. So it was very clear that they tried to patch things up and just say that we'll get it next year because when you get to the conference semifinals that many times you think you're gonna break at some point, they had the talent to break through, but it just it. They couldn't keep putting that back together offers on the phone. He wants to talk to you about JJ Redick being the fourth player. All right. Let's run it back on Kobe's. LeBron Djamil will the cozy stands. Embrace the ball. Are you aware that are some of your diehard fans that happened issue with LeBron being terms as part of the family? I hear that, but you know if you're fan of mind your fan when your fan of the Lakers. I bleed purple. So that's above anything else? Middle Laker fans is. That's never going change. Right. Dr the Koba stand is the proud nation that they are honorary citizenships may just don't want to. Because right now their feelings are hurt, LeBron is a player of this generation. They feel like Kobe should be in this conversation whenever they talk about greatest ever. So it just feels that way because he hasn't played a game. Once he starts playing a game once they're, I mean they're relevant. Now they, they're always, they always have a certain amount of relevancy. But once they start winning once the playoffs, look with inside, you'll see a lot of this change, but this is the the NBA version of biggie pock. Right? Why can we never be fans of both? Why must you choose a side like they're both great players Colby's. Great. Lebrons. Great. Really clearly better than the. Oh, really? Both cases, but why does it have to be that way? They were both. They both could be appreciated for what they bring to the game. I love biggie. I love hot some days. I'm gonna move biggie. Some days I'm in the move for park that doesn't take away from either war, right? I will be reasonable. I love the grin on..
"eric talk" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I don't think any mental barrel i would advise grabbing crab in a barrel right but i i was packed up and then had my rifle probably between five and ten minutes headed back in my bulldog nylon bag and i didn't burn melt the foam that's fascinating that's i think that would have some applications still military actually i looked at him and i said come on how the heck that you come up with this and all the billions of money that dod has how did you do this mark tammy but like you said he's impressive young man he i don't think theory i don't think you can just joining the remains from i think you gotta be asked and he joined the freemasons on the day he turned okay that's fascinating well that is really an interesting different kind of range report i had not heard of that but we'll keep an eye out for frank appreciate the call sir you take care eric on four out of wichita kansas eric talk to me i got i worked in which tom subban cracker working today like us one east side west side of town both run into this three times less two weeks same rifle in the same truck i've seen nobody's done anything about this people are leaving their guns in their car sweep and seem nine cars problem i'm sure everything's legal they're leaving a gun unattended new car work can be seen mashing grab opportunities i think well tuber handguns this notch ford f to fifty pickups got looks like a i would say savage maybe seventeen with kabila's stope on it that's how well i can see it kinda down beside the console now i just heard on the radio here a few weeks ago we are on rate right now.
"eric talk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ritz carlton was still in his mind a little too fresh and so i was intimidating that it might take a few weeks before this would happen but all of a sudden i'm in brazil places last week and i got a voice mail message saying call me i will lead and so i called the back and he said i want you to come to react as fast as possible and that's how this came to pass eric talk to us about his experience at the ritz carlton when he got out does he feel like it change man how does he described his experience being there well he's pretty candid about saying it's no fun being locked up at all let alone for eighty three days let alone by your own cousin the crown prince mohammad bin salman is prince alwaleed cousin so to be fair he doesn't mince words but at the same time he wants to project an image of solidarity with the rest of the royal family and so he is very careful not to be critical of either the king or the crown prince he says we're all one family one party if you will the ruling family of saudi arabia and relative to other people at the ritz carlton it sounds to me like prince alwaleed time there was pleasant which is not to say pleasant in nominal terms pleasant in relative terms he had a large suite a royal suite more than four thousand five hundred square feet normally sleeps nine people he had it all to himself but he made clear as well that there was no contact with any of the other detainees so he saw over the detainee and had no conversations with anyone else at the ritz carlton so he was really cut off he had very limited contact via phone with his family and his close confidants and the the only other people with whom he had any conversations with the folks who were trying to negotiate with them prince told you that he did cut a deal which even with you.
"eric talk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And locked up at the ritz carlton and i go back almost ten years in fact so i'd certainly be been keeping an eye on the situation at the ritz carlton there was no way for me to communicate within there was no way for anybody but his son his daughter and maybe the ceo kingdom holding to communicate with them but i kept sending him what's that messages and finally when we got the word that prints out will lead have been released a sentiment other what's that message and he read it and over the following couple of weeks i sent him a couple of more and finally when i was headed to be a few weeks ago i sent him another saying your highness i'd love to come and see you in riyadh and he said fine come see me at my office and i did and it was in that conversation that he introduced the possibility of doing an interview but he suggested to me a fair amount of time was going to have to pass i because the situation at the ritz carlton was still in his mind a little too fresh and so i was intimidating that it might take a few weeks before this would happen but all of a sudden 'em in brazil of all places last week and i get a voice mail message saying call me i will lead and so i called the back and he said i want you to come to react as fast as possible and that's how this came to pass eric talk to us about his experience at the ritzcarlton when he got out does he feel i could change man how does he describe his experience being there well he's pretty candid about saying it's no fun being locked up at all let alone for eighty three days let alone by your own cousin the crown prince mohammad bin salman is prince alwaleed cousin so to be fair doesn't mince words but at the same time he wants to project an image of solidarity with the rest of the royal family and so he is very careful not to be critical of other the king or the crown prince he says we're all one family one party if you will the ruling family of saudi arabia and relative to other people at.
"eric talk" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show
"Once they get out don't get back in uh for me i i think it's it's a great opportunity to be able to get a couple of games on film phnom in the spring which i can't do anywhere else everything else is fall based and options that i had um and i think the main thing also was like people were like what option do you really have to wait around for an nfl team to sign you are you going to sign with canada like this is what mian eric talked abou were like yo we have options like offers a fair deal or like or we have other stuff that will do and enrolled and we'll try and do it this way and and and then we'll go from there so spring league for me is just to be able to go out and i told somebody this the other day the thing i miss most about football ed aside from the game itself in throwing the ball is walking into a locker room in having relationships that i have with you guys here i for the first time in my life i don't walk into a building have my own locker with my cleats semites unless shit hanging up like just nonexistent for many more i'm not able to walk to watch the rookies get shit on anything like that good stuff that's really fun so i miss the camaraderie in being around the guys might have an actual relationship football relationship guys though that's what i miss the most so get back for a month in like go to a training camp be around guys the bullshit that comes with football nerve in your friends that you're doing it with um note i have a feeling this kind of almost be like not an allstar game but they can't walk around and do all these kind of coverages and we're not going to be able to do all kinds of stuff offensively is going to have to be pretty pace like cut and dried type of stuff in for me it's an opportunity to go out and show that hey villa last three months i've been working my ass off six days a week you know for.
"eric talk" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"On you and i eric talking about how over the the the holidays and and really with with the you know president trump that for example his tweets can dominate the news completely right and both you and i've said the you know for forget about the tweets or what the mainstream media wishes to be discussed in each and every day we talked about the substance of the issue is out there that exist in the challenges that we face right now and i'm glad you're when i i read here's wall street journal republicans can't avoid obamacare in 2018 and the guy out of farah and and and this is something that you and i have said for the longest time you know when we talk about you know the the the the tax plan and you know the the the tax plan that was passed and the repeal of the individual mandate when we were explaining the repeal of the individual mandate and the fact that is okay you'll save on the tax bill because of it but on the obama care a bill that will be due later on it's going to cost you a heck of a lot more because the mandate has gone we were accused of supporting obamacare and the individual mandate knew was not that we supported it we were simply talking about the fact that when the president said that obamacare uh you know and we had talked about this before went on vacation uh uh you know uh was for all intents and purposes and i'm not using the exact language would be the the said the basically it's gone we said no it's not the mandates gone but the benefits remain in the benefits were the costa's yeah uh but they talk about you know uh medicaid the tucked bottle medicaid sus going to skyrocketing goes but we're republicans of the greatest opportunity they said you can't do a lot with obamacare because you just can't get the votes they said but others that there is a vest not much to gain by spending 2018 tried to replace obamacare is insurance exchanges republicans can instead liberalized the individual insurance market by restoring flexibility that states lost under obamacare a good strategy would be to build on the.
"eric talk" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
"So i get for yeah now almost see some phone calls to a ninety four or five 1100 and get some good news of charlie in local five nine him i mean out of here on local 599 phone line eric talk to me yeah oil from gardner career and they're very morning here i was happy a nagging fight cancer five or center in montferrand are very very nice walk out probably raised a whole bunch of monitored a whole bunch of people out there southern harper arms on my app is morning now what um you know i had anthony in here a nerd nardella anthony and our delo or large i forgot anthony little kid from the neighborhood when i was growing up in he's ahead of their resource center this is a big fundraiser for them did you runner walk ah let's say i walk i'll put it that way so did you it like a couple of of miles and then you walk them any trotted a little bit yeah we'll go with that all right yes so uh who'd you walk worth resource center well that's good news you know it's a beautiful day for huh yeah it was a nice day out raise a lot of money or that i wanted to bring everybody they're over here adept coprime on the number or artists wondering who knows where it's going to end up uh try to hey think slaughter talk your body yeah no problems to ninety four or five eleven hard he's right and so we're going to hear about all day on an officer we're going gonna solve anything here this morning and we're take a sip tea and then just like burn your mouth and sierre charlie's doing on 599 for online hey charlie i didn't jump shooter like everybody else today a little bit sad at this uh mass shooting in las vegas nevada one um soon i think it's every once in a while we should have a monitored people oh yeah.
"eric talk" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"What you have a i don't think he's going tell this weekend so monday oh eric talked about it actually bent okay and done by appeared well float on here turkey in the means that some lessons that makes me want to take a by now you it makes me wonder if he can bite odu oh nice and crunchy stay he all right boy okay i can do without crunchy on a girl they'll want to take a bite out of a crunchy girl ula some her through the spicy if a turn our minds that i see there were crunchy i don't think i don't think that's like a granola toby girl crunchy it'll be crunchy to each his own my friend i know that you grew euroflower child you like the crushing what is on you are taking us on the most random goose chases today you're a flower child i'm talking about eaten girls right after speller w l s sports white sox all over the tigers this afternoon seventeen seven the final rookie you one machado with a huge day four for five ali garcia five for five with seven driven in we'll do it again tomorrow carson former an animal sanchez the starters cubs in mexico tonight jenho sang making his major league debut julio lugo goes for the mets bears at practice today for the buccaneers this weekend wide receiver josh bellamy was limited with an ankle injury cornerback princeton new comoro did not practice she could miss his second straight game bengals and texans tonight both teams owen one faction starting rookie quarterback to shawn watson the bull signed center diamonds stone today still has the forty fixed the two thousand sixteen drafty spent last year with the clippers and the la kings are holding open tryouts for their emergency goalie tryouts around the 27th this month so you've got some time on all the white sox counter mcknight wls sports on the roads edens out to lake cook twenty inbound from lake cook his fifty two kennedy outbound to the junction thirty six to o'hare fifty five inbound from o'hare an hour fifteen junction in 35 eisenhower out to wolf 45 one hour to thorndale inbound thorndale to burn an hour fifteen wolf in fifty two these stevenson out of the tristate 43 veterans toll fifty five inbound from the veterans toll fifty five tristate in thirty five and the.
"eric talk" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"He i'm used to it i mean certainly usually comes from coaches and i know doug williams is not a coach here that's debts uh jay gruden but usually coaches are going to say how much they love the player they hope to get it done um yeah i mean i think you look at it and you go yeah did you really have to say for the worst way in a private room if that's bruce or eric talk in the dog but that's okay i mean the the idea is always be respectful of players don't engage anything negative it can help it just can help and you speak in a positive i don't know if there's a more positive person in football and then kirk cousins this guy everything he says is champagne in roses he's a sweet guy he wouldn't it seemed like he wouldn't even dream of not signing his tender you know how many times who talk about franchise two guys and are they gonna show for many camps and i mean kirk cousins good luck even try in that because he's just such a nice guy and i said this in february ross i i think his niceness hurts him in these situations because they know they know that he's not gonna miss a minute of time no matter what they do uh but again my prediction this is a deal it's going to get done and it's going to get done for lower than people think it will.