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"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:15 min | 2 months ago

"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Have an hour and change on a Monday night, one more guest, but still plenty of time for your phone calls. Ron is in Virginia Beach good afternoon. Paul. Hey, it is. Sir, it is a great honor to be on your show for the fourth time, sir. Thank you very much. It is our pleasure to have you here. Yes. Let's talk about SCC football because that's your channel and I respect that. But I'm a little concerned about something. Let's go back here with dabu Sweeney. He got a $93 million contract. And ever since he's got that contract, Paul, he hasn't done anything. So what I'm getting at is I'm going to ask you a question about Kirby smart and I'm not going to down the man because I think he's a class act. And he's from Georgia. And he also was the defense coordinator for Alabama and did well. But he got the a 112 1,000,000.5 contract. And I want to hear from you, what do you think, is that going to jinx unlike. These contracts are, they're just, they're all none of them really mean anything except that there's just an enormous amount of money, here's why. You have the same agent negotiating all these deals. And you know what he does, he goes to Georgia, with Kirby, and said, hey, by the way, I did next deal, and I did Jimbo's deal. And you're not going to, you just won the national championship, so you need to do this. And then as soon as he finishes with Kirby, he goes to South Carolina and tries to get Shane beamer more money, and he goes to the next guy. It's a vicious cycle, and the schools keep paying because they are, there's not a lot of great coaches out there. And it's just a circle game, not what I was intending to say, hey, thank you very much for the call. Silos is in Tennessee, good afternoon. Paul. Okay. Tab 40, article. Does it not seem a little bit like how for me pat 40s pretty much saying that since Pruitt didn't go well that us volunteer fans should feel stupid for not wanting Greg schiano. Correct you're not correct. Well, I think Greg shiana was just a convenient thing to bring up and yeah, to this day, I may not have call this out, Paul. Call him out a little bit. Of course he called you out. But in the end, I've always felt the mistake wasn't so much Gianna. That happened, it was over with an in span of about four hours, but it was the decision later after fulmer took over to hire Pruitt, who let's be honest. He's a dunce, okay? He hired Jeremy, but he hired Pruitt over Mel Tucker and Kevin Steele. Two guys who are infinitely better qualified to run a program fair, but the thing I have against 40 is, he's calling out the fan base a little bit. And here's the thing. For Pruitt, when Pruitt got hired, sure, like maybe some people were supportive of it when it happened. But we were in out there saying prove it. We want Pruitt. Let me ask you a question, though, because I was on a plane that day, and I was literally watching that unfold in real time, but can you explain why fans turned against Greg schiano once certain people started connecting him to sandusky and paternal, which turned out not to be true? Well, he said they're not true, but they're sworn testimonies that it was true. And Paul, okay, okay, let me give you this. He's on the Ohio State staff. They need an interim. He has head coaching experience from the Rutgers experience to have 40 was saying, and they still didn't take him. They think it was Luke fickle, who had no experience. They gave him the job. They wouldn't even give the interim job. And now we're supposed to feel bad that we didn't want him, come on. And plus go balls, man. I got a good feeling about this year. I don't want to make this whole phone call negative. Love your show, Paul. Love hypo go balls, but that's just my two cents. Thank you. Ken, is up next in Philadelphia. Hello Cannes. Good afternoon. Welcome to the show. Good afternoon, mister fine bomb. Thank you for taking my phone call. Thank you. I have a question about coach Pruitt. I can not understand something. He had recruiting privileges at Alabama all the time. He was considered one of the best recruiters at Alabama. This is what I've been told. I don't know that for a fact. Herbie smart, the a plus plus. And I think Phil pharma coach former a Nick sabian. And asked him, what do you think? And I think you took Nick Saban's advice. So anybody that puts all this blame on coach fulmer is I think is wrong because he really and truthfully tried to do the right thing. And what happened in Alabama? Why wasn't anything discovered at there if he was recruiting top, top, top layers? And so why wouldn't coach plummer accept him and bring him into Tennessee? Ken, I'm going to leave that to fulmer. I mean, because I'm not saying Jeremy Pruitt was a disastrous choice. Other than until it was a disaster. Of course, I remember the night he got hired. I thought of the three there were all very good. I thought the other two were slightly better. But it wasn't only that. It was Phillip stewardship of it. He didn't manage through it very well. And you know why did manage through it very well? Because Pruitt wouldn't listen to anyone. Absolutely. He thought he knew it all. And they clashed, I remember sitting with Pruitt on the set of SEC nation. I was trying to help the guy because I felt sorry for his lack of his lack of public skill. And I asked him a question, I said, you know, in terms of coach fulmer, he couldn't even answer a layup question about what he owed to Philip fulmer, because I think by then he had already turned on fulmer. That's the dirty little secret here that Jeremy got the contract extension. He thought he knew it all. And he did, because he wouldn't listen to anybody up there. There are a lot of good meaning people who tried to help him tried to educate him on common sense, moves, just in terms of communicating. And he failed at every level, and he obviously took shortcuts, which have now blown up on him, which in many ways mean he would probably never coaching college football again, which is too bad when you consider what a good coach he was, but the right call when you consider what an absolute disaster he was and how he abused everything.

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"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And saving steps down, that gabo might be the next cultural Alabama? Scott, I don't. Now, right now I don't know, sometimes it entirely depends on who is in charge at Alabama and where we are. I mean, dabo could certainly, he doesn't need to ever really do anything else, but let's say he gets on another role like he was a couple of years ago and maybe he wants a new frontier, but as of today. And that's all I can base this on. I don't think he would be the replacement for Sabin. Thank you very, very much. Let's continue. Ed is in North Carolina. Ed? Hey, Paul, how are you? We are doing great. Thank you. Thank you. Listen, I was listening to what you and gentry had to say. One of the things that wasn't brought up that needs to be brought up when all this started with Tennessee is that they gave a 13 scholarship positions immediately. Right. When all this came out and no one really has talked about that, we're really giving an opinion on what they think is going to happen. True. Yeah, yeah, I mean, you're right. And I think they've taken, I don't know, because I don't follow Tennessee on a minute to minute basis, but it's pretty well known. They've taken some other preemptive measures to try to lessen the blow. They didn't take the bowl game, which I think was smart. But I do think they have curtailed visits, scholarships, a lot of things that smart schools do in trying to avoid the penalty. Yeah, and that's why I think I don't think it's going to be that bad form. Something's got to happen, obviously, but you still have some people there that were involved with this in the administration. But you know, to penalize a team and a new coach, I just don't see that to be right. Personally. Well, thank you very, very much. Thank you so much. Let's continue Chris is in Jonesboro. Hello Chris. Yes, sir. How are you doing, mister famo? We're doing great. Well, my question is, what do you think about Arkansas being an overload in the SEC is being in third place? It seems like the media is not talking about them as much. Well, I think there's a sense that Arkansas schedule is going to do them in and I frankly think it comes down to one game and that's the Texas a and M game because if you're being objective, if you think Arkansas is going to beat Texas a and M, you would rank Arkansas probably ahead of Texas a and M if in doing the polling. Well, last year, Arkansas did the Texas a and M and came within a few points of beaten Alabama. So there should be some optimism over the program. Yeah, well, there should be. I agree with you on that, but for whatever reason, I don't know. I think Arkansas has the most difficult schedule in the SEC. And I'm not even talking about the Cincinnati game. I mean, that's a set of words that would probably get me called into HR. That's a very difficult game. But I think the BYU game I don't know the details I'm assuming that's Jeff long's leftover goods, but there's no one in the right mind which schedule a game like that in the middle of the season. Nobody. And by the way, mister state did that a couple of years ago, but I don't remember who the athletic director was who did it, but you don't do that. I mean, that is a painful trip. It's difficult. We are long past the days of, I think that was a Friday night game. It doesn't matter what time you played the game. It's not worth playing. It's a difficult opponent. An impossible trip and you don't schedule games like that in the middle of the season. You really don't like doing it at the beginning of the season, but at least if it's the first game, you can find a way to get over it with a cream puff the next week. We are coming back much more to come in our final 90 minutes. What a show it's been. We're back after this. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And welcome back. We're glad you were here in Dan is in Georgia. Hey, Dan. Good afternoon. Hey, Paul. How are you? Very well. I wanted to compliment

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"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:13 min | 2 months ago

"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"From all of you back, it's great to have you with us on the second half of the show. We mentioned the Jeremy pro situation pat 40 joined us about two hours ago. With some scathing comments about Jeremy Pruitt, as well as what could or could not happen in this NCAA investigation. Different perspective now from gentry estes who covers the entire sports scene both in Nashville and across the state. Saying, well, serious, the idea that serious sanctions could happen are probably a thing of the past. Gentry, thank you. We've had many conversations over the years looking forward to this one very much. So give us your thoughts. First of all, on what we learned Friday in the release by the university. A so we find out that there were 18 alleged violations. I mean, obviously that's a lot. I think you knew this has been out there since January of last year when Tennessee first fired Jeremy Pruitt, they held a press conference saying how serious these violations were. I said kind of from that point, you're not going to be able to walk that back. I think it was in the interest of perhaps trying to get out of a $12.6 million buyout that that case was being made. But I think we saw with the notice of allegations that these 18 level one violations, that's serious. That's enough to probably get Tennessee out of that buyout. I would think, given the language of the contract, it's going to be awfully hard for Jeremy Pruitt to get his money. Now, having said that, and Tennessee broke broke the rules, they broke the rules then, they broke what would be the rules now. No getting out of that. They'll be punished for it. But when you really looked at what they're accused of doing here, it felt and I wrote this, it felt like sorting through a time capsule a little bit. It's a relic in the NIL era in the NIL future. That they're accused basically in the 18 violations is a total of about $60,000. Now compare that, you would have to multiply that 210 times to get to the $12.6 million buyout. And you're also now contrasting that with $1 million NIL deals that are going to be out there for recruits. It's fascinating to me to see how these things are going to be judged by the infractions committee in by the standard currently of NIL. Now, I understand what Tennessee is accused of doing. And what Jeremy proof accused of doing would not be legal even under the current setup, but at the same time, you're talking about a coach who may not ever get another college job. Because of this sort of thing, over 60 grand, and there were some things in there, Paul, living expenses, medical bills, paying rent, car payments, I mean, they're not out there doing anything, particularly egregious, at least according to what was in that notice of allegation. So you kind of look at that and you say, well, you know, okay. It's against the rules. They're going to have an infractions case. They deserve to have one. But let's have some common sense here. And I think what NIL has allowed us to be able to do is to have some common sense on this kind of things when you're talking about people getting financial help who, in a lot of cases, probably needed it. Well, that's an interesting thing you said there. I'm sure they did. And I'm sure young people until NIL deserved a lot more, but we both know you can't rationalize it though that way. That's never at least to my knowledge going to work when you're arguing a case in front of the NCAA. Certainly not. And I think what Tennessee did here, they cooperated. And I haven't agreed with that strategy from the start. I think you would love to think that the NCAA would take that into account and maybe they will. But maybe they won't. They tend to make things up as they go along as Pete Tamil said to you. And I think, you know, basically one of the shorter ways to put your make yourself vulnerable with NCA infractions in this day and age is to hand them a knife and then turn around and walk away so they can stab you in the back with it. And I think that's kind of what Tennessee did here. They cooperated. Tell me this. Gentry, tell me this because I know that was I think you could take any side you wanted when we heard that first news conference. And we all know it was about 12 and a half $1 million, but do you think that will help their case significantly significantly with the NCAA? Because they are really an undependable organization and they love to say what they did Friday the university was extremely cooperative. By the way, I've read that before and they still get hammered. No doubt. But in this case, you almost have to think with the changing wind of the NCAA. We don't even know if the NCAA is an organization any longer. There's no real proof of it based on the leadership of Mark emirate. What's the capabilities are? Well, I think with the emergence of NIL, you wonder, I think that was a move. And you could go any number of directions of whether NIL is a good thing for college sports. I know what coaches say. I know what administrators would say. I personally have believed it was a good thing for no other reason, but in the hypocrisy of having to be so appalled at a college athlete getting a few $100. For years and years, this was considered just so scandalous. And I think the hypocrisy of that is going away in the current era, but what you have is you still have these lingering cases like what Tennessee has where you got the NCAA and the fractions committee is going to have to decide does the current standard is it will it be affected by what's the changes that are made or are we going to hold everybody to letter the law before? This isn't the only. There are several of the FBI basketball investigation. A lot of that stuff is still out there too. And I think it's a big question of how lenient are you given the fact that the landscape has changed so much. And I just think when you look at what Tennessee did, it, it's just not as scandalous in the current climate as it would have been before. Now I'm not saying they shouldn't be punished. They didn't break the rules. They did. And Jeremy Pruitt certainly paid the price for that, a lot of his coaches paid the price for that. But it's one of the tangents here and their NIL is to say how that affects infractions process when you're going to have recruits who are coming in making exponentially more than $60,000. A couple of other questions you enter, would you agree the Jeremy Pruitt has done for at least a considerable period of time in college coaching? I think so. I think this is the kind of case that will probably result in some sort of show cause. Now I don't know that. Again, good luck for any of us predicting what the NCA is going to do from a fraction standpoint. But I think yes, I think you'll probably receive some kind of show cause and he coached this last season in the NFL and I tend to think that's probably probably what will continue to be. For a number of various things about him being on staffs helping here. Do we know where he is and what he's doing? I don't think he is anywhere now. I could be, I guess I could be wrong on that, but I don't think so. And look, let's be honest, if this wasn't hanging over his head, how long do you think it would take a Nick Saban or a Kirby smart to bring him in as an analyst?

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Husband of teacher slain in Uvalde shooting suffers fatal heart attack: Reports

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Husband of teacher slain in Uvalde shooting suffers fatal heart attack: Reports

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a broken hearted husband dies after his wife was slain in the Texas school rampage A family member says 50 year old Joe Garcia whose wife fourth grade teacher Irma Garcia was killed in her classroom in Tuesday's attack in ivaldi Texas died Thursday of a heart attack His nephew John Martinez told The New York Times Garcia had dropped off flowers at his wife's memorial and pretty much just fell over after returning home The archdiocese of San Antonio and the rushing estes Knowles mortuary confirmed Joe Garcia's death to The Associated Press The Garcia's had been married for 24 years and

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The Left's Lawless Immigration Policies

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:59 min | 9 months ago

The Left's Lawless Immigration Policies

"So I want to talk about three small wins and I also want to talk about a very telling admission by Mallorca himself. So here's the first win and that is that the big uproar about all those Haitians who were descending on American shores. Obviously, these are not people at the southern border. They're showing up from Haiti. And they're showing up because the estes poverty in Haiti, but there's poverty in many parts of the world. Our immigration policies are not based upon your poor, therefore you have a right to come to America. So here were the Haitians and they were basically being seen on mosque coming across the southern border huge public relations scandal horrific images for Americans. Who are these people and even though the Biden administration tried to turn the tables? Look at these Texas Rangers rounding them up on horseback cowboy style. Nevertheless, the Biden people realized this is a very serious problem, and so they began to then deport the Haitians. Expelling thousands of them in sending them back home where they, of course, belonged. Victory number one. Here's victory number two the Biden administration as I mentioned on this podcast a couple of times was getting ready was on the verge of making gigantic financial settlements to families that said, oh, we were families who were separated at the border, even if the separations were brief, even if they were temporary. Oh, they were so traumatic. Why not use to this at all? This is emotional hardship and pain. We need to be paid $450,000 each. Not even for family. Per person. And the biodiversity was like, oh, yeah, you know, this song's reasonable. Yeah, yeah, I think giving family is taking taxpayer money and giving America Mexican families a $1 million here a $1 million there so they can basically go hit the Mexican casinos. They thought this was kind of a fair settlement. Well, once again, the public outrage over this. Made it impossible politically for them to go forward with this. And so they have ended those court negotiations over these financial compensation, victory number two. Victory number three is a court victory coming out of Texas and Texas. I have to say, has been the center of the resistance to Biden's immigration policies just a flurry of lawsuits filed by taxes really by attorney general, Ken Paxton, who's been on the show, and this is forced Biden to reimpose, even though not fully Trump's remain in Mexico policy. It's even forced Biden to continue some border wall construction, which is to say to close some gaps in the wall not to build new sections of the wall which they flatly refuse to do, but at least to patch up the wall in places where they were sort of gaping holes. Now, let me turn to the statement by orcas. We have fundamentally changed immigration enforcement in the interior for the first time ever our policy explicitly states that a non citizens unlawful presence in the United States will not by itself be a basis for the initiation of an enforcement action. Now this I think is really significant, you've got a top Biden official basically saying, it is our stated policy that we will not enforce the law. If you've got a guy in the United States illegal, you know, he's illegal. He admits he's illegal. But he doesn't have other violations. He's not a gang member. He doesn't have a criminal record. He's just an illegal. Not by itself, is not sufficient to initiate return or deportation proceedings. So what we have here is a truly lawless administration in the clinical sense of the term, there is a law system says if you don't like a law try to change it, they can change the law they're using the technique of quote enforcement to say, we're going to enforce it here, but not over there in effect what they're saying is we're going to at least in these important respects,

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"estes" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Whether it's in basketball football baseball whatever sport they're interested in that's kind of what the clubs all about and i will say now that the draft cycles over on through on yours for this was that was it the big board in the rockets. Show the two times on there. So the rockets episodes. I know the numbers behind. The rockets episode was one thirty four of gen z. Hoops that was you kind of doing. It was franchise. Fridays pick thirty four to kind of go with the whole team. I was gonna episode by back back in my head and the other of us. Oh you did and that was all about the big board. I guess it might. Technically three-time guest is out on the tv episode. Even me down as you were you time guests of gen z. Hoops that's crazy not to mention the division break the new menu in the forties. But we get those in terms of interviews video videos. The criminal cram ganzi hoops your three-time death that's absurd. That's actually pretty and you will. And once we started doing some julius gets put on there. You'll be you'll be into four and five times. maybe the six. Mj lee bought like bose like the goat in the back stemmed always goes back to him. If you get to sex. But like i said as the dramatic now done fortunately i have to get back into it because i just made my list of players to watch over hundred forty nine of the great stay tuned have some cool stuff coming out with the draft stuff. The guys that are in the league. This couple dyson daniels jaden hardy name. Michael foster and screw in school henderson's he'd be classified three. Definitely going to have some stuff on here for that but you can also find the rest of my jeff content. That will be coming out really not soon like within the next month or so but like nba season starts games..

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"estes" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Yes so we are recommending mask and we will have mask available for anyone who wants to to have one following all covert protocol especially with what's happening now and so we definitely encourage folks to bring him as where mask. And if you don't have on we have one for you. Do you have teach not punish masks where i would totally those thinking about providing those mask but you know we're not profit. We want to spend our funding bosley. And so we'll see all right well the the last thing though we ask people when they're on the podcast we're doing the interview in person is to sort of look around the nerds studio and find something that either calls to you or caused you in a way where you're like. I wanna know what this is. Please please please tell me. Thank you james brown. He's very popular so okay again. I'm trying to trace the story of this. I think so. I got guy from my mom. My mom bought for me. I think we saw store once. And i just i think where i saw it when i was younger and that you got from me later as an adult and you hit it any things i feel good. And he says Apparently i did that. Dance so A lot of the child Now it's broken and plays a creepy sound when you hit the bun. It's it's it's it's we'll play it for you off air james brown dollars just fall. I i haven't gotten rid of it even though it doesn't work anymore because Dc reminds me mom so yeah yeah for a while. He was in the anytime. I was doing zoom or online recording of a podcast. He was always in the background with a mask on so you can really see him but he was there so well they say it's the small things that matter most men that's a thing that's significant as small so one of the biggest things must room i have to ask. Is there any anything we should have asked you. That question feel like we've covered a lot but we haven't asked a lot about you personally. So is there anything we haven't asked tells me you or our listeners should know well yes I can say. I can assure you an experience with you are so as an educator coming in i guess maybe because i look young maybe i don't know what i'm talking about a lot of times as a behavior specialist. Teachers look at me. Like what are you know you know. What are you know and what you have to offer me as you seem. Young and so A lot of times. I will need to share my personal story. So they know all k- she. I know a little something something you know. And so I am the mother of four kids. my husband and i have been married fifteen years we. Our youngest child is one. Our oldest is twenty. Well she'll be twenty. October giving her giving her some months in so I've had a lot of adverse experiences Not not a versace. I've had a lot of verses spirits. Buff headed a lot of life experiences. That i bring to the table And professionally i'm really invested into also. Because is the community that grew up in. I know what my experiences were As a young teenage mother and then as a single mother my husband and ended up getting married more between three and he pulled out of a car at twenty six and in in had a brain injury and all of that and so that really changed our lives. And at that point. I had to you know hold on. Hold it down for the family and needed community resources during that time. And so i i Spend a lot of time trying to figure out what resources were in the community and so based on my personal experiences and professional experiences. That's the reason. I created thiessen punish because in life we have reverse experiences in during those times specifically you need support systems and nowhere to go and so we want to be where someone goes if they need support and so that's the type those type of partnerships we We are interested in you. Know at provide support to families and then of course. The organizations that work with students like schools in so it all comes from T's not punish you know. The creation of it comes from pain points and then also overcoming adversity. Because i know what it takes to be resilient and so since i have that information i wanna share it so that hopefully you know someone else cannot have such An experience that i that i did because of the support system that they have as your support system Mail at different. Everyone does have family they can rely on. Did is very very needing useful and then friends to see may need professional sport systems. And so that's what we'd like to to provide. Well thank you so much for taking time to talk with us and for driving to my house. Even though both of you thought this was a remote interview so again. I apologize is much in for our listeners. Please either Support them the other website or go there gala and put on your best flappers outfit so may as well. I mean you know. There's there's a lot of things happening right now and this is a good one that is happening are our gala. You know. come together. The fundraise for programming that's needed in tulsa community south bengal for having me. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much. Thank you for listening to our conversation with kierra please. You can follow her on facebook. Go to teach now punish dot com to support them and please follow pot for good on facebook and instagram and twitter. And even join the one and only joya cleveland as our one patriots. Power and of course. Please subscribe and leave a review on apple. Podcasts can as always as okay as always get done tulsa and wear and if you haven't gone vaccinated givebacks they're also be send your kids. School have them wear masks. We should be over this already i'm tired..

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"estes" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Was like And i hadn't even been here. I i Spent i a third grade in germany because my dad was in the military and so although i was i was actually born in germany. Came back here from you know months old to seven and then went to germany but even being here for that short period of time are new. That carver was place. I wanted to be. And how i'd behaved at burroughs. Which i this school was not to parv to get in the car. So i said okay. Let me get myself together. You know but Every child doesn't have it that foresight you know and they just plow ford and behave the way they've always behaved in. These are the results they get. They don't have opportunities because of how they're showing up. And so that's why that age group that early childhood before ten is so important because it's what we experienced during that time effect impacts our life a burrows was the school. I was sent to that only school. They had an intermediate first grade when i was held back in the first grade so into burrows for one year so anyway i guess that's what's called i called the intermediate for sure why it was first. Grade with naps is how i understood. It know that. Because i also attended transition i i was still not good. Napping i still failed always failed the nothing to want. Pretend i was eventually diagnosed as dyslexia with this alexia. And that's why when you said that about your life is like And so just the row retain information even now. It's like you know it's hard for me to store to long term memory because of being dyslexic surfing again. The how everyone every person on the planet has a different way of taking something from short term memory and what happens if it does or does not make into long term memories fascinating to me because some things i'll instantly remember forever and then some like simpson's quotes for example and then other things. I will forget instantaneously if i wanna remember it and i just my brain's like no we're thinking about something else now. He's very interesting. Yeah rains real son of a bitch. Can you give us some details about the upcoming gala yachties. That's what we're talking about. Yes so I brought up the funding because we did a lot of programmatic costs from that grant. We have other costs associated with our programming in our our overall organization so the gala is jenner operations Since the funding we receive is more focused on our full-time behavior specialist. I employed yes first full-time employees And so we need funding to operate everything else that goes along with our program and so that's where we're raising money for so you not a full time employee of the number of iran. I am not. That's that that's not uncommon here in oklahoma so important for me to secure this the positions who will help us long term and then also helped me move solely in my position as e. d. and so i'm i i generally about creating support systems even for myself. Yes clearly make sense so So what would is the. What's the win and where for the gila yes. Our gala is august fourteenth saturday august fourteenth at six thirty will hold it at the historic green call center. And so that's where we'll be you. It's twenties tire. Celebrating the once thriving north tulsa community before the massacre in nineteen twenty one. Just remembering that we are able to build our community up as it was before restore will. We had so that we can provide a future for our children. You know we. We're a family organizations. Family resource center are focused is supporting the children. And the folks who will shape the children's behavior so vessel will celebrate on the fourteenth. We have some entertainment. we have raffles. But we're there to fundraise with the organization so that we can sustain over time and build out you know the more robust organization that we have in store as well as openness. Carl touted school in twenty twenty three so we have a big plans. We have big plans for our community. Would someone in a inflatable t-rex costume. That has a monocle in top-heavy acceptable at this party. Yes just top hat all right. Yes i actually. My husband's six eight in. Nothing needs to make him look taller that he will be very nice. And the top hat. So i i was trying to think of a costume where he could wear one. Twenty a magician. I guess maybe maybe. I still have plenty of Twenty outfits from I used to be on the board of Tulsa hub and so we. We had a nineteen twenties themed fundraiser. Most years called called spoke easy. So i still have plenty of attire from that so there may or may not be a video me and inflatable t-rex costume party so dancing with branch it. Yeah yep of tip to our listeners. You can only death. My cost him for about ten minutes. Before you need to hydrate so do not push yourself as. I did twice so along those lines. So how can how can people Connect with you. Connect with the organization. Find information about the gala. everything else. Sure so if you go to our website. www dot teach not punish dot com. You can find all things teach not punish on there as well as other community resources here. We have a tab for me resources and then information about our galas there as well. That's where you can purchase tickets insides. We do have individual tickets as well as sponsorships and we've actually gotten a really good response from from local sponsors and so we're very appreciative of that other than that follows on social media mainly facebook. Because as i mentioned until recently i was it was one one person show in so We're more active on facebook. Chamois things there. But we're teasing portion all social media's if you want to contact me you can reach me by email tita estes at teaching not punish dot com. Send me a message on any social media platform You can also call us at our phone number nine one eight eight one five seven five. Five five amendments millions gala will be sort of amassed event..

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"estes" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

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"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"App download. Now gentry from tennessee. And we'll see you in a couple of days or a week or so. Appreciate you being here up against a break. Eight five five to four to seventy eight five. We are back with much much more listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast. what we're back here in more of your phone calls. We have a bit a busy busy guest list so we haven't had a lot of time so eight five five two four two seven. Two eight five is the number. Let's get back to the calls and we check in with chris who is up next. Hey chris ball. How're you doing today. We are doing great appreciate it. I had a question for you You know it looks like a lot of god's or sawn and small dill's i'd say small local deals you know vo next recently saw with milos and What point will we start seeing these guy john on big contracts. I've win. Will they build to be advertised. Figure for nike under armour. Like at what point will that happen and real that then star. Really putting motivation and goss mind to say. Hey i want to build a brand for myself. So let's go to the school. That helped me build a brand and get that nike deal or that under armor deal or that donald stew. I i think what we've seen for the most part. So far is fairly small. And i know I've looked at a list of alabama auburn players couple of other ones and it's primarily social media. There's a couple of other things in there that the company is you're doing but yeah i do think you're going to. You're going to see big money deals. At some point we we have heard that the big companies are waiting there trying to trying to sort this out because this this thing did happen pretty quickly and any any big corporation does not make financial decisions overnight right that makes sense because i mean i'm just thinking like this year in college football i mean it's kind of a question mark. There's a lot of big name to left last year. And so but imagine you know what kind of deal. Trevor lawrence's of the world and the to christie you imagine no a player I mean going back a couple of years. I mean we've seen a couple of guys. Come out of nowhere and win the heisman. Johnny johnny manziel being one. And you know what happens to that superstar that the guy you've never heard of. He has a huge game on the first weekend and then becomes a major celebrity. Those are the ones you have to keep your eye on. Yeah absolutely because those guys. I mean you're talking about one. Big game can change make you can make some life changing money absolutely having a few good games and then how is that gonna affect players. Because i i mean. I've heard intelligent people. We just heard one. We've heard others earlier who have completely different views on this. And i think. I think the sec media days is going to be a four day event. On n i l. I think you're going to get coaches opining now. Remember these coaches may not be telling you what they really think. Because i don't think the coach can get up there and can afford to come out and be critical event. I l there's too much on the line right now. There's a players right now with social media. I mean they are all over the place. I just saw a player tweet. Something about a particular schools view of of marijuana and a player ended up leaving school. Recently i'm not going to get too deep into the weeds here pretty well known player and we talked about it and i'm assuming it had something to do with the drug policy and then another player just tweeted out If you smoke weed you don't need to be going to this particular school Now think about that. I mean this is not nineteen sixty five where you go to jail if you get caught with marijuana and by the way the got the tweet was immediately taken down. But that's that's not the point. I it's a it's a serious situation and you're going to see a lot of Conversation on on that front. So keep your eyes on this story. Let's let's check in with joe who was up next. Hey joe good afternoon. Joe you there. Well i don't hear joe. Maybe we'll try that in a minute. Let me try another call. How about bubba bubba. You're on the air go right ahead. Hello mr fane bomb said You know. I think that this is This an i. L. is just a reflection of the Society we live in where everyone is looking for something for nothing and it feels entitled to it. Now i'm not saying them boys that play. Football didn't shouldn't earn a little bit more money and have a little bit better life but you know the solution to that may be what the fellow down in miami did when he gave everybody on the varsity football team. Five hundred dollars. I think that an equitable way to to do this would be the schools to set up an amount that they're going to give their football players or their athletes A stipend for in everybody gets the same stipend and that would make imitable. Everybody and i. I understand where you're coming from but every player gets a stipend as it is. It's called the cost of attendance at couple of thousand dollars so that's already in the wash now. Universities don't have the don't have the ability to to make a unilateral decision here. These are this these laws the one in alabama where you with Involved in deals with the individual not the school so it's about the individuals and i know i'm just giving you the the by law. I'm not. I'm not saying. I agree because your point is a good one but you know that that that that that horses out of the barn already well. I just think that you know everybody's looking for a way to get something for nothing that they don't have now whether they're entitled to it or not. Well let me ask you a question though if you're if you're eighteen years old and you have a chance to make a couple of thousand dollars should you not take advantage of it in a heartbeat but does does one player who works his sandy l. Just as hard as another player would it. You know i. I worked for a big company. Somebody wants told me you're paid what they think you're worth nothing else really matters. Don't apologize for. Don't complain about it and in this case it's about whatever somebody wants to pay somebody else it's not about the team and therein lies the problem. According to many people. How about joe. Who was up next. Let's try you again. Joe yeah we hear you now. Yeah i i guess you had on earlier name and keep keep done. Yeah he's a. I mean he was making a lot of sets on what he said. Just like that What was his name terrance. The other parents more down to be like harbingers of bad news. You know you mentioned during the conversation. You mentioned nick sabin during the conversation right and he you you brought it up. Not him right. I mean that you know. I think You know saving is getting. You know getting on up there in age. And i think he's gonna take much for sabre into the set off and just walk out of there in a fit of rage. You know i agree. I mean listen. Nobody's adapted more to change in college athletics in the last twenty years in nick sabin. But this is different. This goes against everything All of his principles and he'll say the right thing because he he knows he's speaking to future recruits but how he deals with it as another story behind closed doors. I mean does he own a car dealership or something yes yes mercedes' eight probably get clearest to advertise for his car dealership right..

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"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Second half the show is live and underway. We appreciate you being here. We've had a lot of interesting conversations and we're not done yet. Christine brennan an hour from now from usa today. We're joined by gentry essence right now from tennessee and the columnists there so many things happening right now gentry in college athletics and we're trying to sort them out. It's early june. We're usually counting down to media days which we still are. But what a what a What an incredible couple of weeks with nfl. And the austin ruling. How are you. i'm good good to be with you. Paul and no doubt You know. I think the the issue right now is just thirty. I think nobody really knows how this is. All gonna play on it. You would say it's unprecedented but it feels like we've kind of been here for the last year when you include the pandemic. Yeah no you're right. I mean we we. We exhausted all the adjectives. I think From march until the beginning of the season and then even once it got going. Let me ask you about an il. We've had a few guests this week. Who were really a little bit older than you but You know predicting disaster for college. Athletics as a result of this. I know everybody's excited and all the young people are getting their their their time in the sun. Some are making real money. Some are hoping to but do you. Do you buy some of the theories out there that because there there's no there's no oversight that th there could be issues in the locker room that this really could affect the current model that we have I think it will affect the current model that we have. But i don't think it's going to be a disaster. I think it'll be chaotic For a while. I think what what ends up emerging and not just from the name and likeness but from a lot of health things have been going for the nc double here in the last year or two and the the ground swell. It's really built. I think you're you're going to eventually see a new model for college. Sports and i don't know if that's ncaa or something else. I truly believe that. And i think what ends up emerging from it will be very good in the long run. I think this this particular situation will. It's gonna be messy for a while because nobody really knows what to expect. And i think when you talk to the people in college sports i. I don't think they're terrified of this. I think there's a curiosity there. And if they are scared of anything it's just the uncertainty of it Because the ncaa has done such a such a terrible job trying to get out in front of this issue like they have other issues really and to me i think a lot of the doomsday predictions. That you're hearing just come from the idea of we don't know so i'm not gonna sit here and say this is a disaster because i don't think it is chatting with gentry estes and gentry on that on that front Doesn't seem like anyone wants the wants any real serious change at the top of the ncw. We've we've had that debate Mark emerge continues to cash a check and whether anybody likes him or not he he may be there just to prevent somebody else from being there but but what happens with the ncw because there doesn't seem to be any oversight and and the schools don't know what to do so so what's what's going to happen here. No i mean at some point. Something's gonna have to give just because what good is the. Ncaa doing anymore. Paul they you in terms of infractions enforcement. Look at what's happening with basketball. This has been going on for years. They're still resolution there. No timetable for win. That's going to happen. You've had some some real players in college. Sports get disillusioned by that process. They can't put on championships effectively anymore. Look at what's happened with the discrepancy in the men's and women's basketball tournaments this year. You had a golf reasonable. That was cancelled. Controversially seems like they can't do that without incident anymore. and now really. What the ncaa. Primary objective here is to allow the system of colleges and universities to to hide behind the the concept of amateurism to not have to pay players and not allow them to share in. And now you're going as that starts changing with this name and like this issue as well as whatever else could becoming you. Look at the ncaa and you wonder. What good are they doing. They're making money that's what they're doing. They're they're making money for the colleges and universities so they don't have to share with the athletes but that that's changing the concept of amateurism. Now goes away at this point now i. I don't know what that looks like. I don't know what that looks like by sports. And i think the nc double a. They they serve the purpose organizationally. And i think that you as you mentioned with with mark. Emmerson i create. I think he's there so no one else is so that change. Actually let me. But that's the whole structure of college athletics. Because we we were jumping up and down a month ago when we were told that the college football playoff surprisingly shockingly was going to expand to twelve and then they all met a couple of different times and then hold on a second. We've got a lot to do here. It's almost like we we. We blame emirate. But you know this. Bureaucracy exists everywhere doesn't it. Yeah i mean and i think i think it's just from the standpoint of being reactive rather than proactive this name and likeness stuff has been out there for for a long time. All and the ncaa had a very long time to try to get. Its act together and get a plan together and give some guidance to the universities quite frankly need it on this issue and they turn in an assignment at the last second. Just kinda saying okay. It's here in the but but it just seems like with a lot of the very serious issues that continue to pop up in college sports. The nc double a. does not. I don't know if it is bureaucracy. Red tape whatever that keeps them from being proactive and being in front of these things but but they're just not. Let's talk about things closer to home. We're just days away from the sec. Media days which you know it's still not going to be everything that we we're used to but but the season looks normal In terms of media days which which is just around the corner. I once we get past the fact that it will be a little bit different than we won't have. I don't think we'll have those thousand alabama fans waiting in the lobby. there maybe they. Maybe it'll be there anyway What what are you most curious about when that thing convenes a week from monday. That's a good question. I as you are palm kind of a veteran with sec media days. So there's probably not. I've seen the show So you know i. I think it goes to what we're talking about..

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"I'm happy to answer it. You know kid caster only does booking podcasts. But you know if you wanna know a good dare headphones to buy. I've got a resource for you if you want to build your own podcast I know folks you can talk to so I like helping people. And i like people helping people get introduced into this will podcasting so S to castro dot com. Good place to find me okay. Well that was my next question. How can people find you and get started using kit. Castor so castro dot com. And you said your email was ryan caster that barnes me too absolutely okay. Well that's going to wrap it up for this one unless you want to add anything to this ryan. It really appreciate coming on and talking about castle ed. I'm glad it's Been helpful for you. And i i just really enjoy your podcast and the best friend. Well i do. Thank you for what you do and i especially. Thank you for being with us today. Here on the dead. American podcast my pleasure. Thank you for listening into the podcast episodes today. If you enjoyed it please share with a friend. Also please follow us on any of your podcast players or if you'd like to get a little more personal with us and really identify what we truly are about and get involved with what we are doing. Make sure you go over to the google. Play store and download our new app. We can't wait to get involved with you and that's gonna finish up. This episode of the dead america podcast. Make sure you come back next week and follow along for another great interview. I'm ed waters out..

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"You know so. Double edged swords. You know one side of that sword my business that had poured so much blood sweat and tears was killed overnight and then on the other side kick cast or something and so passionate about and so excited about you know jumped on a rocket ship so Getting interesting marriages. Yeah well my prediction is a lot of those. People experienced what it was like a move towards podcasting or online experiences. So my prediction is. You're going to start doing well coming out of covid so yeah so who is your ideal client or to test or kick kassar. I believe podcasting is for everybody I think people should go on. Podcast people have podcast. I think it's good for Humanity i think it also is kind of a healing presence in our culture that has been maybe tarnished a bit by these online communications. You know you just you look into the facebook comments and you just wonder about the future humanity gotta kinda bad Whereas podcasting is the exact opposite you know you see people working hard to reach towards each other you know so i think it's important That being said we only have so much effort if we're going to go out there and look for clients so agency side. We like to work with funded. Startup founders Ceo's of bartsch companies and successful entrepreneurs people what happened multiple exits from companies and. They're they have maybe a new project they want to get out there and talk about Those those great clients for us for the podcast guest list five. We love working with coaches. We love working with consultants and we love working with agency owners. We also love working with podcast. There where podcast hosts can build a profiling going other. People shows because strangely enough Podcast hosts make great podcast guests. So those are kinda the personas if we're going to go out there. According people those are similar kind of Attributes of people are looking for That being said it just runs the gamut. If you want to be on podcast work good place for you know we worked with the poets. Science fiction writers Filmmakers police officers Jewelers natural products developers. I mean pretty much everybody. Yeah i can guarantee you. You will love the personal touch that kick castro puts on each and every person they deal with so what would be your call to action for anybody out there. Trying to leverage podcast. You bet you know. I tell you what if ever wants to talk to.

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"I like that question I think first and foremost I set out to do this to be the best in the world and really does kind of attitude. I take with Anything i'm gonna do because otherwise what's the point you know. I don't wanna be second best or anything else When i when i really started with the pilot program i took a look around At what might be competitors. I was happy that i found some because somebody made it work. But i felt like i could be the best and that's no disrespect to our competitors out there. I feel like we definitely all have our different lane. But as far as you know kind of our sweet spot which is Successful entrepreneurs funded startup founders c. suite level executives people with the mission to tell. I think our commitment to being the best in the world makes us do all the little extras you know. Some of those are kind of sentimental and corny. If it's like sending thank you cards you know. Exhibiting unconditional positive regard Sending gifts sending flowers to clients. Sometimes you know. I mean the a lot of what we do is to ensure a feeling of positiveness about it you know There's gonna be a nate stress and pressure around booking podcast Oftentimes it's why would you put book me on that podcast and i've got other stuff to do. Reschedule my podcast. So managing these two Kind essential problems that will be an eighth in our business all the time with kindness and respect i think is ultimately what separates us and which allows us to execute at very very high level Move really quickly and and frankly just kind of enjoy our company and our days together. So i think that's why we're number one. We have room to grow. But i think at this point. if you're looking at podcast booking agencies casters the best in the world well i agree. You know if you're going to get into something go at it like you want to be the best and it will take care of itself so to us about how much time in confusion coming on board with you. We'll say people Yeah absolutely you know. The other thing is that we're not reinventing the wheel. You know if you wanted to go book. Your own podcast. You most certainly can. I think ed you stand out as a podcast because your communication is really good. Most podcasters are not necessarily communication professionals. So it could challenging you know But like any challenge. It just takes time so you know if you like you want you committed to podcasting you wanna leverage in your business you wanna give it a shot..

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"One more quick question for podcasters and business owners that actually wanna leverage podcasting as podcasters. We all go through like we talked earlier. What they call imposter syndrome. What are some of the recommendations for you. Podcasters and people that would like to leverage podcasting to get over that imposter syndrome filling so man. I wish somebody would tell me you I don't think it ever goes away. Maybe that's a good thing you know. Maybe it's it's good always bill of a bit nervous. Maybe feel like you're an impostor It's been helpful to me in the past to find somebody who's really successful in the lane. That i'm kinda pursuing That i can clearly see not as good as me though. If i could find somebody who's who's Who i feel like. I'm better than it's not you know. I'm not better than anybody. But if i if. I'm let's say i choose are better than that guy shoes you know. I can't beat us. I mean he's got a hundred billion dollars but look at his sneakers. I mean my sneakers are better than those so he can do it to that level with those sneakers on. I think i'll be fine. So i mean i think there is a a a the nice thing about imposter syndrome is everybody feels that way. So you're not going to overcome it but you can just do it anyway you know. There's a certain stoicism. I think about you know being scared and just moving forward anyway. You know it's noble. It's a brave. That right there actually stands out. It actually can induce. You'd be do more things which is good. So let's dive in kit castro a little bit of on boarding for people absolutely we you know. We've got to products. We've got the agency side which is real high touch White glove service you know where the entails basically diving into our clients ideal audiences. Our clients want to go on other people's podcasts. So ultimately they want to be speaking to some some people that are going to listen to the show So we'll get those Those audiences together often those are prospects for the business. It might be fundraising opportunities with venture capitalists or investor yours. It could be just a networking opportunities with podcast host which are just natural networks it a lot of times..

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"I did a a blanket. That was also a pillow. All over the place you know. Because i really enjoy you know kind of this process of inventing now if you to kinda take those things theories and bringing the market when you have to do is find people will pay you money for them. So i think where my expertise really lies in that. Validation phase is here's an idea. I think it's amazing. I need to find someone to give me some money for it. And if they don't. It doesn't matter how much i like it. I have to kill it because it's not gonna work so I think Those that's the initial challenge Of launching a new business. Kinda chasing all these shiny objects. I kinda started widdling down to what was important to me. You know from a project you know have had to be has to cover three bases you know. It has to be of service. I wanna feel like my life is important for somebody other than myself. you know. it's gotta be fun. Because i'm just kind of lazy and if not fun i'm probably just not gonna do it. And the other part is the validation face it has to make money. I've got kids. And i don't have that much time so you know if if it's fun and it service but it's not making me money it's like i should just be playing guitar. You know i can do that And serves me in that way too so it has to make money. So you know. The initial push for kick castaways like okay. I love podcasting. I wanna bring it to more people. I want to help people leverage business. We'll somebody Pay me money to do it. You know I kinda had a half baked idea of what it could be picked up the phone and one afternoon calls five of my clients and three of them said they'd pay me to do it so i took the money and built the pilot program for castor was able to find kind of validation from current existing clients which was a good first step however not real accurate..

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"In revenue as a direct tie to podcasting so podcast started as a as a hobby as a fun thing to do for entertainment Became pretty central in in my life. So not only professionally. Personally you know and for growth. You know i i. I love meeting people for the first time. I i love conversation and and talking. There seems to be something magical. That happens when you're talking to somebody and you hit record. You know it it ups the ante a little bit. You get a little bit of those butterflies. And i feel like you can make a considerable kind of movement in the conversation so it's been great for me personally professionally my family so to be able to spread that out. He's really really satisfying feeling. You know because ultimately the folks that we ended up kind of engaged with you know kind of our our clients are have that in common with me. They're talkers and most of the folks we work with are just really passionate about their business and what they're working on and more times than not. They probably burned out all the people in their life with stories about their projects and dreams and everything else so there at this kind of crossroads where they need to find someone who's curious about what they do. And what's great about podcasting in particular people. That are listening to podcasts. Resource is you find that are using podcasts as ways to for personal professional advancement or or you know maybe gear stories or whatever. They're needing it for you. Have that whole kind of universe there so to be able to spread that other people and seeing you know people's is kinda light up when it recorded forty podcasts and they can't wait for forty more It's really rewarding. I i i love it. Yeah you articulate that very well. Filling the podcasters can really be exhumed with you know Yeah it's life saving for many of us. We we long for something different. So what has been your most memorable moment in podcasting jesse he'll boy. That's a good question. the first thing that came to mind were the podcasts. I was recording and have a guest on and they'd give me one word answers. Those were always like kinda dicey. Ask them questions and like yes like well only wrote for questions on this paper. This is going to be a weird podcast. So i don't know what that that came to buy but i think maybe it's just the those panic situations where you find yourself talking about sasquatch or you know being a professional baseball player who knows what But those are always interesting.

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"estes" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"estes" Discussed on Dead America

"We have with us ryan estes. He's co founder of kit caster podcast booking agency ryan. Did you introduce yourself and let people know. Just a little bit about you please. I'd love to add. And i appreciate you having me on the show Like you said. I am the co founder of castor. We book entrepreneurs on top podcast We we are very deep into podcasting. We love podcasters And you know. Our mission is to celebrate good conversation wherever that takes us. We're ready to go. So i'm excited for this conversation and On your show. Thanks that well. I should be. Thanks for being with us today ryan. It is a pleasure now before we get into this. Why don't we go ahead and recognize your partner in the business of kit cast. Could you tell us just a little bit about who they are. Absolutely our co founder. Her name is brandy waylay and brandon. And i met probably five or six years ago. She had a pr agency. I had a digital marketing agency. I also had a founders. Podcast called talk launch and she would book some of her clients or start of coins on my podcast and we just always kind of clicked. You know a couple of years ago. i was coming on the heels of a failed project. I was working on a Crowd funding platform For service workers so basically if you're a barber or your house painter and you wanted to pre sell your services you could do it on that platform it was called career funded and you know i had that going about eighteen months and just in the traction i i needed for it to to really hit so i was considering kind of sorting the towel Ironically enough. I think that product would have been a massive success due to kobe but nonetheless Was talking to brandy and branches. Let's do something be some in podcasting so we kinda set forth. What would become kick castro with the pilot program Had some fun. Doing it had some success doing it. So we wrapped brand around And and took off. You know that was probably we. Officially launched september twenty nineteen and have seen just kind of rapid expansive growth since then capacity now has fourteen employees. Or we're gonna hire another gallon next week and you know we're feeling really bullish on podcasting and kind of what it can bring to the world s. Very impressive brian. So what is it like for you helping so many people. they're podcasting. Oh i love it. You know like i said i. I've been podcasting myself for ten years. You know and it. I originally started as kind of a a cure for the blues. You know. I had a little bit of depression. I was coming out of a career in music and because they had two small young children. You know this is ten years ago and thought i missed the music turns out. I just missed my bandmates. You know and i kinda discovered that two podcasting by getting my old band buddies back together and doing podcasts. And sell them over the medium you know kinda get a spin with the new the talk once podcast to introduce podcasting into my professional life in sasha's like a massive opportunity but also like real revenue you know i i can probably attribute you know before kick house or maybe eight eight hundred grand.

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Would You Ditch Your Doctor for an App?

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

Would You Ditch Your Doctor for an App?

"Healthcare in the united states has long been a mess for too many people. But the pandemic forced us to rethink medicine. And maybe there are ways we can make it. Easier and a growing number of startups are trying to find ways to make health care more accessible but to those who can't afford it. Their companies like one medical or a carbon health or parsley. They often require a subscription. But with it comes access to things like twenty four seven virtual care or rapid blood testing and all of these. Vc backed companies indeed saw explosive growth during the pandemic recode. adam clark. Estes has been looking into the growth of telemedicine and these app. Based primary care providers over the last year are these tech forward services helping or harming healthcare. Hey adam hi teddy. So let's just level set here before we talk about these new approaches to primary care. Tell me what the problem is that these tech startups are trying to solve the problem. Is there too many patients and not enough primary care doctors to take care of them. Four primary care a lot of patients feel like they're just going to cheat a specific issue. They're not going on a regular basis and so the doctor doesn't have a full picture of their health and when they do have a problem. Primary care doctors often just write a prescription or for you out to a specialist. So folks feel like. They don't know their doctors. Like maybe folks back in the fifties or sixties new their local

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The Internet, From Space

Reset

02:06 min | 1 year ago

The Internet, From Space

"The internet. It's how we work. How go to school how we see friends and family but not everyone has a good connection. And that's where a few companies come in with a sort of modest proposal. What have we got our internet from outer space. Adam clark estes deputy editor at recode wrote about this and is here to talk about it. Hey adam so surprising thing in your story that a lot of people probably don't already is that a lot of listeners. Already get through internet via satellite. That's how we get wi fi on planes for instance. So why hasn't this taken off more. Broadly satellite internet has historically been just a little bit subpar. When you compare it to terrestrial wi fi you're down on planet earth. We have fiber optic cables which basically have limited bandwidth and to do satellite internet. You're basically beaming connection from the address. Drill network up to a satellite and back down and technology just hasn't been good enough To to get bandwidth to enough people so that it compares to terrestrial broadband internet you get from verizon or time warner but that's starting to change with a new satellite technology and what are called constellations of satellites and has the pandemic at all sort of raised the stakes for this work and made it more. Urgent less-urgent tell me about that. Dependent is absolutely accelerated development and especially investment in this technology just after the pandemic starting to became incredibly clear. That a lot of people don't have internet access and they're being left behind young students who are able to get online for classes people who aren't able to to to work remotely so once. It became so clear that solving this problem of internet access was urgent a lot. More investment went into xilai broadband initiatives The number of launches went up quite a bit. And i think we're gonna see that. Investment continue and more these networks go online in the near future.

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Many Americans traveling despite warnins from The CDC

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Many Americans traveling despite warnins from The CDC

"All but non essential travel. After a year the pandemic we are eager to get away. Obviously, your CBS is candy McCormack with more We decided that we needed to go on a family vacation. Take her kids to see the ocean Despite pleas from top health officials, Americans are on the move. This woman at the airport in ST Louis, My family has all been vaccinated as well as the family that I was visiting, so we felt it was finally okay on the lower age of vaccine. Ineligibility could have more Americans traveling some tourist destinations like Estes Park in Colorado are worried. We do see an awful lot of cars coming up here with Texas and Louisiana and Kansas license plates. And a lot of people walking around town without masks on nationwide covert cases jumped 10% over the last week.

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Major Storm Bringing Record-Challenging Snow To Parts of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska

The Positive Patriot

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Major Storm Bringing Record-Challenging Snow To Parts of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska

"Governor Jared Puller says some areas of the state could get up to two Ft of snow in the Southern front range might be rain mixed with a little snow sleep. Northern Front range as much as two FT of snow in some of our northern front rain cities for Colin's Estes Park Loveland area. Little feet of snow that could snarl traffic damage trees and knocked out power in parts of Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska. More of these stories that town home dot com

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

"Samsung of juice. The latest galaxy. The as twenty one was eleven months ago. They brought it the as twenty. Obviously samsung is in the big battle. every year. we've apple pool. Gladys samsung is more three new devices. The s twenty one years pretty plush and the s twenty one ultra ultra has the best cameras to screen it. Also for the first issue is the rush has compatibility with the pen doesn't come with an issue. Then you buy one separately or you can use pen from your note or galaxy tablets. That are really kind for the pen. And you can buy case that has slept with. The pennington obviously has improved processor as well now has a five nanometer process which is the smallest current design processes of apple coming out with a three nanometer process later this year and the top of the line sense. On s twenty-one ultra only comes in five twelve gigabytes of storage but sixteen gigabytes iran. Which is truly incredible. I think the top of the line iphone early has six gigabytes of ram. But of course apple is very good at making you tired when it doesn't need memory but one thing that samsung did do was got rid of the este card slot microscopic cutthroat which is annoyed. A lot of people who lacked have five twelve geico one terabyte interesting qods in their phones to stall photos and videos and also even though samsung mocked apple including a charge. When it's offense twelve devices this is done the same. What about the price of the prices it starts at seven nine hundred ninety s for the galaxy s twenty one with one hundred twenty gigabytes twenty one plus starts at nine nine in the s. Twenty one ultra. That's one one nine nine in the. Us prices started started. Twelve forty nine once when the galaxy s twenty one fifteen forty nine for the galaxy s twenty one plus an eighteen forty nine hundred galaxy s from one ultra and practice if you want Models with two fifty or practical gig from the ultra

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East Troublesome Fire estimated at 170,000 acres Thursday night, now 2nd-largest in Colorado history

Broncos Country Tonight

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

East Troublesome Fire estimated at 170,000 acres Thursday night, now 2nd-largest in Colorado history

"Troublesome Troublesome fire fire was was troublesome troublesome again again today. today. The The current current acreage acreage on on the the fire fire is is 170,000 Acres. Incident Commander Noah Livingston says they worked hard on fire lines today near Grand B. The intent is to get spiral that those airline off deeper bench fire. Further fire spread south toward the community of brandy in Larimer County, the Cameron Peak fire has burned nearly 207,000 acres. With the East Troublesome fire at 1 70. Could those fires link up and given the winds this time of year and the way those winds are acting if I were to become established, were not able to slow it down. There is potential with those two fires could merge Governor Polish talking about those who have lost homes and the fires in great pain. In risking losing, having uncertainty around losing or yes, even losing everything. You have numerous evacuations today, including the Estes Park area, Rocky Mountain National Park now closed.

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The Internet, From Space

Reset

05:42 min | 2 years ago

The Internet, From Space

"The Internet, it's how we work how go to school, how we see friends and family. But not everyone has a good connection and that's where a few tech companies come in with a sort of modest proposal. What have we got our Internet from Outerspace Adam Clark estes deputy editor at recode wrote about this, and is here to talk about Adam. Surprising thing in your story that a lot of people probably don't already know is that a lot of listeners already get through Internet via satellite. That's how we get wi fi on planes for instance. So why hasn't this taken off more broadly satellite Internet has historically been and? Just. A little bit sub par When you compare it to terrestrial Wifi, you're down on planet earth. We have fiber optic cables which basically have limited bandwidth and to do satellite Internet. You're basically beaming connection from address Joe Network up to satellite and back down and technology just hasn't been good enough to to get with to enough people so that it compares to terrestrial broadband. Internet. You might get from a variety inner time Warner A, but that's starting to change with new satellite technology and would call constellations of satellites and has pandemic at all sort of raise the stakes for this work and made it. More, urgent less-urgent. Tell me about that depend epic is. Really accelerated development, and especially investment in the technology. Just after the pandemic started, it became incredibly clear that a lot of people don't have Internet access and they're being left behind young students who aren't able to get online for classes, people who aren't able to to to work remotely. So once it became so clear that solving this problem of Internet access was urgent a lot more investment went into Xilai. Broadband initiatives the number of launches went up quite a bit and I. Think, we're GONNA see that investment continue and more these networks go online in the near future Gotcha. So who exactly is trying to do this? What are the different companies that see a future in? Internet for space, the two companies being talked about both right now our space x and Amazon both of them are launching what are called low earth orbit constellations into space this year, and in addition to them, there are companies that have had satellites These are the companies that. You. Probably. Use to get a connection on a plane or a train and via sat and Hughes two big players in that space and part of the idea is tabby satellites be sort of a low orbit, right? So there are two main types of satellite broadband setups. One is geosynchronous satellites geosynchronous satellite. Okay. So A geosynchronous satellites as above one place on earth and spins with the earth so that it can be connected down to to anywhere on the surface at any given time. The second kind and this is sort of the the newer more exciting type according to some. This is what spacex, Amazon or doing. These are called low earth orbit satellites. Geosynchronous satellites are thousands of miles above the earth surface low orbit satellites. However, as the name implies are much closer, they might be as little as three hundred miles above earth surface. I think it SPACEX, they're going to be about three, hundred and. Forty miles above the surface, and that means that the distance that the signal has to travel is much less, which means you get lower latency that means you won't get a lag on a connection and because there are a lot of different satellites, Elon Musk, and spacex say that you'll have a bandwidth that will be able to compete with terrestrial broadband and even fiber optic networks, Gotcha and SPACEX and Amazon are doing this. I assume just because there's money to be made right I. Mean I got think. There's a bounty at the end Elon. Musk has said that he just wants to get into the business and he wants to disrupt the telecom business and he believes that he can make enough money doing. So to help fund his mission to colonize Mars. Amazon hasn't said that much about why they're doing it It might also be just to get into the telecom business in compete in an industry that is is fairly monopolized. Others have hypothesized at Amazon wants to get into the satellite broadband business because then they could be their own first customer, Amazon web services, of course, offers a lot of cloud computing technology and the ability. To be connected to the Internet anywhere on Earth, could do a number of different great things, aws. Got It. So the answer is a mix of just straight up capitalism money to be made if we don't make it someone else will, and then another incentive is that this could be pretty synergistic with the main business and I'd add a third thing and and everybody mentions this. Bridging the digital divide is not only good for business. It's sort of good for mankind connecting more people to the Internet stands to have great unforeseen benefits space experts didn't says. The connecting people that previously could not get Internet access in parts of the rural United States and southern Canada. Like the Pacific Northwest Region is where they've had Beta, testers and I think that a lot of different companies have really pursued the dream of satellite broadband because it can reach people in areas that no one else can these are areas that aren't served by big telecom companies where there aren't fiber optic cables and in fact, would be expensive to build that infrastructure that no one has ever going to do it.

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Perfume brand says cutting Black actor from ad was misstep

America's Morning News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Perfume brand says cutting Black actor from ad was misstep

"Perfume brand. Joe Malone's apologized to black actor John Boyega of Star Wars fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a Cologne commercial. He directed and starred in Jo Malone. London said in a statement to the Hollywood reporter that the ad designed for Chinese audiences was a misstep in has been removed. The recreated add replaced Boyega with a Chinese star Joe Malone's parent company is Este Lauder. Of the original had starring Boyega had aired last year and was called the London Gent featuring the London board actor and Jo Malone brand ambassador walking around the neighborhood where he grew up riding a horse in a park, and it makes reference to a boy Vega's Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire.

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White House physician says Trump healthy after 'mini-strokes' remark

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

White House physician says Trump healthy after 'mini-strokes' remark

"After a statement comes out from the White House doctor about the president's health. President. Trump's physician, Dr Sean Conley, says in a statement that the president did not suffer from or was evaluated for a stroke, a mini stroke or any quote acute cardiovascular emergencies. This after President Trump wrote on Twitter that some people are claiming that he made that unannounced trip to Walter Reed. Military hospital last November because he had a series of mini strokes which the president in his tweet denies. New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt reportedly writes in his new book that Ahead of that Trump trip to the hospital president hence was put on standby to take over the powers of the presidency. If Mr Trump needed to be in Estes eyes, Schmidt wrote on Twitter Tuesday that his book does not say anything about the president and mini strokes. Karen Travers. ABC

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What AI Readiness Really Means - with Tim Estes of Digital Reasoning

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:08 min | 2 years ago

What AI Readiness Really Means - with Tim Estes of Digital Reasoning

"So, Tim will kick things off and get your perspective on what Ai Reading this means. When an enterprise says walked, we want to become a I ready. We want to start using a I what kind of components have to go into that? Yeah, well, I think the first thing is you had to have infrastructure that sounds so basic especially with the cloud bud, the larger enterprises a requires a good functioning process to allocate infrastructure with their on premise or cloud. And then data governance of data can be used for training and validation around any process it's going to be tested. So it's all too often that you know one group in enterprise wants to try something. The aren't really the owners of the data that is required. To validate what they want to try. And they are not the suppliers of the infrastructure. So you might run into a substantial gap. The could take you know a sixty day or thirty day pilot. Or PSE and make it a nine month process because you're waiting on them to sort out data governance and infrastructure availability. So those are two pieces you know something about the education side of it. In terms of you know this this dictation you want to build and educate yourself to understand the difference between certain techniques, but it's always overalled because in the end of the day I I'm a little bit more pragmatic I think there's certain techniques which are better for. Some things and others, but obviously, the most sexy technique that talked about the time or different variations of deep learning. Yeah and we could go into braces but the phillies he'll is in most cases, the customer doesn't have the data sets available to train a really good deep learning class fire and so or an engine of some kind. So I I think that what you find actually is it's not just that they have data general had dated is prepared a certain way. Often to teach a machine that the machine can perform the task and that's really the that's the area. So these maybe the this question you elite in some other things but you know basics, infrastructure data governance I can pull they need to run the test fast and as a as a vendor or someone the outside I mean I would becoming in asking these questions now because I lived through being wishful thinking and. This is really exciting CTO and they want to do this and they have a business stakeholder that wants to do this kind of application. They think we're the answer I've been through that whole dance, and then you find out that of the whole dance that dance might take months four and then you wait nine months for data and infrastructure to be available in the large bank. Yeah. Well, not surprising at all within a large bank you're lucky it's not a eighteen months or something. So you bring up infrastructure you're bringing up data does this mean in the process of speaking to whoever your initial? Champion as your your initial kind of point of contact who you think is GonNa either signed the Checker help sign the check the you really have to be clear that sort of what infrastructure you need to access of what kinds of data you'll need to access of the state of that data with that person and or with whoever they need to rope in serve as part of the process of working to a pilot. So like doing that diagnostic I, guess as you go as you progress forward. Yeah that's right. So I mean I'm naturally gonNA give it more from the vendor sides, of course. But if I flipped the hats and I'm I'm actually in the buyers persona what I wouldn't WanNa do is the last thing I want to do is to put a lot of energy into something that could create real value get excited marketed internally, and then find out that getting infrastructure having data governance process in place where we can get the data necessary to test the system is not really well figured out or is figuring out but the restrictions that make this not work. So I, think that there's a good upfront investment in that but there's a difference between that and sort of what I might call the the Data Lake Panacea. We're everyone wants to have this. Highly Organized Library of data with the Dewey. Decimal system in their enterprise. And that's not gonNA. Prize is unfortunately function. So many it efforts in an enterprise are responsive the business as a higher priority to eating across business lines. That you'll almost never find as you will a pristine data infrastructure. So you really WanNa make sure the process to pull data, put it in the compute environment do that safely and would security sign all's that should be enough to get moving, and so I think if you try to go four steps beyond that. You have much bigger challenge and essentially trying to boil the ocean and I think a lot of people went down that road with all the WHO do vendors to be blood. You know the idea that just got to spend all this money on that and then from that. You end up having all this application. These applications become so easy and here we are five years later it must. We're seeing what applications besides restoring my you know might my loan scores or some other batch structure process? You could probably done some other way.

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‘Fight on’: Arrested Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai tells staff

BBC Newshour

05:51 min | 2 years ago

‘Fight on’: Arrested Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai tells staff

"Kong media tycoon and pro democracy campaigner Jimmy Lai has urged his fellow citizens to fight on against Beijing's new security law for Hong Kong. Recently released after his dramatic arrest on Monday, Jimmy Lai said he would continue to be unapologetically critical of Beijing. Mr Lyte runs the Apple Daily tabloid newspaper in Hong Kong as part of his next digital media group. 200 police officers raided his newsroom at the start of this week. We managed to talk to him earlier today, and I asked him if he saw his arrest coming. I was expecting this, but not soon. Because the national security go has such a re bonds from the international community and you as the using a team sanctions against the people who are responsible and all that. You know, Hongkong people were alarm like 30% off the business leaders that they're moving, or did he move business elsewhere? And 40% sadistic emigrate. And those are the elites so you can consider what the pending the ordinary people really a feeling. So I thought that the Chinese the city CCP should have found that there's a blunder and they was kept low key and knocked on the actuators. That's so speculated all When I saw the bodies came into my house seven o'clock in the morning, the day before yesterday ideal. I was too optimistic and lung of the policeman. Spoke. Mandiri so even is actually was said to be. The law is still more being control by the Hong Kong police. Which is the press. I think, tell us about the moment you were arrested. Tell us where they took you. What happened? That's not the first time I was arrested. I was arrested 213 times before. This time. They said that he's a national security door, which is more scary. I just forgot what I felt. You know, I just asked them, OK, Can I go up and have a bath and change because I just finished my exercise? And they said, Let's make you crave, but we have the follow you. You can't close it all When you bath. The police has to be outside watching me, and that's a very unusual as last time was not a serious Estes. I was not thinking about anything else. Maybe I was feeling a bit numb. Let's see what happens. They handcuffed me and send me to the police station. What sort of questions? Did they ask you in detention? I would remain silent. You know, they shall be a lot of interviews that I did before Two lifers and also some off my treater Lifestream on supposed Nate. Those are things that I have wildly the National security law, and that's it all remains silent. I didn't give any answer Both your sons were arrested, too focused charges because they have nothing to do with my business. Are you worried that eventually you could be taken to mainland China to face detention and questioning maybe even trial there. By worry above. This is a lot less because I can see that the lesson Secretary Law Department is under the control of Hong Kong police. Don't Aziz worry as I was before about being sent to China, But you never know. You understand how you stand out for the authorities in Beijing being the only Major media owner in Hong Kong without any links to the Chinese state. Yes, that's why I'm the target, and I knew that was a hug it and I knew that I would have to face up to whatever that comedian exercise that they will have to do to me on. I didn't prepare as early as the day before yesterday. What do you say to those in Hong Kong who still campaign against the law? While I think that we will have to see what happens, you know, because nobody can campaign against them or any way not. But the law is an honor. I think Hong Kong people were very angry when I was a rest. You know, you could see that I was stopped. Price drop admittedly. But then He's gone up like almost a few 100 times, just because people showed their support. And when he's not horse racing Day, we so less than 100,000 papers and yes, they we so about half a 1,000,000 your arrest on Monday will inevitably make you something of a figurehead for the opposition movement. How do you feel about that? Well, the way I feel that his owner, because when I was in the custody, I could not sleep. You know the night before I was thinking if I knew that what's gonna happen to me now? And even further more hardship. Would I have done the same thing and I form above this and said, Oh, maybe, you know, I would not have another way. This is my character and the character is destiny, and once I accept my destiny is so slight accepted. God's pressing. I was all the sudden, very relieved and said that whatever comes there will be depressing for God. It sounds like you're very much expecting more brushes with Beijing. Well, if they started, they will stop right. So it's just the beginning. A lot more people will probably be arrested as you were. What's your message to Hong Kong now? They come. I think we have to be a bloke cautious. You know what assistance to reserve our rule of law and freedom and also the same time. You know, we have to be more careful and more creative in the way that we persists. Our resistance. We can't do the same thing we did before, and we can be a heretical before especially young people. Because the more radical the sort of life spend we have, you know, fighting. We had to really used our brain and patience because this's a long fight. Radicalism is not for long. Jimmy Lai in Hong Kong and

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Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Lack of study and oversight raises concerns about tear gas

"The use of tear gas on demonstrators during police violence protests around the country has raised concerns about its safety Justin what France while publishes an alternative newspaper in Charlotte North Carolina he was live streaming a protest there on June second and was in a crowd of demonstrators when police son leased a volley of tear gas when I got my face on fire mas empire Charlotte Mecklenburg deputy police chief Jeff Estes says tear gas can be an effective way to control the crowd and protect officers I don't think it is the last decided where we have our control agents to use which are less less lethal there irritants are that we should have to resort to shields and sticks but Oregon congressman Earl Blumenauer once the environmental protection agency to investigate the use safety and oversight of tear gas on my campus

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Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:03 min | 2 years ago

Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks

"You've just written. A book called the chefs secret about the first celebrity chef tyler male Skopje. Who who was Skopje? Skopje was a man who worked for several different cardinals and popes during the renaissance and he found fame because he wrote pretty much. What was really the essential first cookbook that modern people in kitchens and homes could look at and use as a cookbook as we understand it today and it has over a thousand recipes in it and it was published in fifteen seventy and it was one of the best selling cookbooks for the next two centuries. I wish I'd write a book. That was the best rate for the next. Two centuries won't be around Let's get to the food spices This medieval Europe spices were in vogue at the time. So what kind of spices would they use a kitchen like this? So interestingly enough sugar is the biggest thing that was involved in not necessarily on the spice side of things but over nine hundred of the recipes in the cookbook actually have sugar in them and they would put sugar on everything. Like fried eggs has orange juice and sugar on them. Did you try that? I did not try that odd. I The that is the thing I think that is the most striking of the foods at this time is that the flavor combinations are very strange to us. You describe one feast slices Parmesan Olives from Tivoli assaulted. Buffalo Tongue. Served with lemon soup of cheese and egg yolks so some of the ingredients are common. The sauce is a sauce of ground. Almonds currants hard boiled eggs chicken livers. So you're right. They they had a very different Palate than we do. They would create pies for example that would have layers of cheese and then cinnamon and then cavs eyeballs and then Just you just layer all of these strange ingredients together. They really had cavs eyeballs. Oh they used every part of the animal and In certain regions that would have been a delicacy. Actually how do you research the Sixteenth Century? What are the kinds of records? The records of what people bought for the kitchens the the market lists. What other kinds of materials? Could you get hold up to do the research? Yeah a lot of Italian history is still an Italian so a lot of what I researched was actually in the original Italian. But there's a lot of really interesting information we have They took big inventories of their kitchens of the food and the wine that went through the house and so we can see a lot from that also. There was letters that were left behind. One thing that I find really fascinating is that the the gifted food regularly Isabela de Este would send a cabbage to her brother with a recipe on how to make it for example. Not Not a very close loved brother. Yes apparently average but they cultivated. They looked at growing food and fruits and vegetables as a hobby. A pastime that they were passionate about and this was a time of exploration in the area food and so you would send food and sausages and cheeses from one place to another on a regular basis pounds and pounds of fish. Sometimes we're giving gifts Christina's you mentioned those all the time. Are they similar to what we think of? Crisanto is today in. What is a Christodoulos? Start with her pie and yes. They're very similar. Skopje has recipes for simple single cross pies as well as pies that. Have beautiful elaborate tops? Very elaborate pies in these banquets could actually have live animals in them that you would cut open and they birds would fly out for example sometimes pies medieval times. You wouldn't eat the crust because the crossed wouldn't have been palatable flower water right. It was just to hold the food and cook the food differently. Whereas in this period of time you're starting to see flaky crusts and this is where you start to see. Pumpkin and Apple Pie and quince pies and peach and Cherry and pies's we know them today. I have a little experience going back into the nineteenth century American cookbooks and it's sort of hard to translate recipes from that period to the modern times because the ingredients were different right. I mean sugar is not the same kind of sugar. We have today for example. Did you try to cook some of those Skopje recipes? And if so. Did you have problems of translating them? The recipes in Skopje. Cookbook are actually pretty straightforward I found that the majority of the ingredients could be easily sourced at least on the Internet. So did you end up with any recipes in your repertoire. Or these were all speech should stay in the sixteenth century. Oh No these recipes start to become you can see where the foundation of Italian food comes today. there's a. Pumpkin cheesecake pie across data. That I would definitely make again in super easy to make. It's something extremely delicious. Pumpkin cheesecake came from the sixteenth century sixties. No it's not actually when you read the recipe you start to make it. It's got a cream cheese which I interpreted as cream cheese It was probably something not quite the same but similar in texture record of cheese. It has The spices that we're very familiar with mostly cinnamon. The pumpkin could very well have been pumpkin from the new world at that period of time or at least a squash and it's like a Pumpkin cheesecake pie but not as fluffy as we would have in our pies today but delicious. So you get a sense you know. We always think now the twenty first century so modern people were so old fashioned hundreds of years ago but five hundred years ago if you read this book and they were quite modern. So do you get a sense that the food world has really moved on and gotten better or it's just different. I think or what's worse. Maybe it's a little bit of both. I think it's worse in some ways in the sense that we look at regional cooking and and organic cooking as a trend in some ways whereas that's what you did and Skopje took great care in the cookbook to explain the foods from different regions and he had great respect for foods in different places. He was very obsessed with seasonal ingredients and was interested in bringing in flavours from different areas whereas an Italian cooking today. Everything is very very regional if you go to Rome. You're not necessarily going to get the same food that you're going to get in Bologna or in Venice so I think that there's there was a shift in Italian cooking very definitely but I think that he he started us all out and it's different but we can learn a lot. I think by looking back at him. Chris. Thank you very much The chef secret the story of Bartolomeo Skopje. Part fiction and part history. Thank you thank

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Official says U.S., Taliban to reach Afghan truce agreement

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Official says U.S., Taliban to reach Afghan truce agreement

"The US appears one step closer to withdrawing troops from Afghanistan defense secretary mark Estes said today that a truce agreement between the US and the Taliban could lead to the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan speaking at an international

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Stock market update

Bloomberg Markets

03:21 min | 2 years ago

Stock market update

"Kind of quiet opening here first half hour of trading the S. and P. up about seven and a half points this earnings out there there's certainly some news out there let's get the latest from Bloomberg stock senator tables and they were you looking at there's so much going on it seems like just if only because you're getting such extreme reactions to some of the stock moves Twitter me perfect example biggest gain the S. and P. five hundred up sixteen and a half percent yeah based off in ten months yeah that's saying something you know that that's definitely a plus in there they're a bunch of others were that comes from and a couple that are probably noteworthy because they tell you something about the consumer Estee Lauder the cosmetics maker up more than four percent after their results came out and tapestry we're talking coach we're talkin Stuart Weitzman you know what work were talking Kate spade up almost five and a half percent in the wake of their results so it had giving you got Este water it knowledge into the corona viruses going to hurt their results in the next few months and yet they still maintain the high end of their fiscal year sales forecast at birth and a low in a little bit by percentage point border really comes down to again and we've seen this pop up the last few days with some of the consumer oriented companies is just China is an issue you mean with the corona virus and it spread and what it's doing the economy but it's not enough to sort of deal rail these companies because you look elsewhere in the world to do it okay okay so let's put the consumer goods stores aside for just one second more generally about earnings you know we hear a lot about the beats that we're getting and yet every quarter it is sort of a charade in the sense that management have to downgrade expectations apologist case on this this is what kind of just a you know incredible soccer you know is there there's there's a sense of it trying to lowball the expectations and then over delivering we're getting that again how much further though is this going into the realm of actually upgrading expectations beyond what is currently priced into the market well you know the game kinda works both ways right I mean in the sense that you get the results and they come out and companies beat estimates and now you look forward to this year one of the stories that I've been talking about is the idea of this quarter to quarter growth and profit that analysts rent is a painting for the S. and P. five hundred well you're seeing those figures come down and yeah sure I mean you still got the progression it just doesn't look that great in relative terms and what you get out of it so all told is something like eight percent earnings growth with sales okay compared with last year and still mean it's not what we see in the past few years and you you have to figure that yeah I mean there's going to be more the sort of jockeying going on and to some extent explains the claims of reactions were seeing and and some of the shares it just you know when they come out ahead I mean people are really embracing that and course works the other way too in the fall short look out news certainly some examples of that two minutes healthcare supply Becton Dickinson being down more than twelve percent

Impeachment Report Reveals Unexpected Calls Between Giuliani, Office of Management and Budget

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

07:43 min | 3 years ago

Impeachment Report Reveals Unexpected Calls Between Giuliani, Office of Management and Budget

"You today impeachment hearings on the hill of the Judiciary Committee takes over a couple of experts on constitutional law expected to testify let's get into it with Susan for each year of the sheep compressional correspond to the Washington examiner Susan good morning good morning okay so what's the point of this hearing well the point is for Democrats to bring in some experts who will support their view that there are constitutional grounds for impeaching president trump and this is also a hearing in which they can say they gave the Republicans who are the minority in the house an opportunity to present their case earlier they invited the president or his lawyers to come and testify in and the president declined but the Republicans have invited one witness to this hearing so you basically have it for constitutional law experts three picked by the Democrats want picked by the Republicans in Estes give kind of a two fold Ariel for the Democrats to talk about here are experts saying we're doing the right thing and also here with our our here where the Republicans given an opportunity to participate which they've been complaining about all these weeks is it possible that the Republicans could possibly take this in a different direction since they have constitutional law experts in front of them that they could ask about the constitutionality of Adam Schiff and company getting the phone records of painting the phone records of the president's personal counsel Rudy Giuliani as well as Devin newness and John Solomon yeah I'm curious about this yesterday's surprising news into this thing offense somewhat vague Dan and predictable as we will go along with that were the rat was the revelation that Adam Schiff of who is the Democrats who runs the intelligence committee he obtained phone records that they included in the impeachment report that the intelligence committee released to the public yesterday those records included calls between Rudy Giuliani prince personal lawyer and the White House and between Devin newness who is the ranking member on the house intelligence committee the top Republican and Rudy Giuliani as well as last harness who was the associate a Rudy Giuliani who is now under indictment for funneling foreign money into U. S. campaign so all there were a whole bunch of calls revealed in obtain from eighteen T. and included in this report and that was the big surprising thing a lot of people on the Republican side are outraged by this so I don't rule out them bringing it up at the hearing I don't know what the questions are going to be out but certainly there a lawmakers talking about yesterday you heard that minority leader he was asked about noon as talking to Giuliani talking departed and he said that he really didn't have any problem with with that with newness talked to I spoke to people on noon at the staff who said if you look at these call some of them or like a few seconds long they they probably didn't go through and there was maybe one call that was a few minutes and that newness talks to a lot of people and that anyone a lot of the leaders on the intelligence committee take all kinds of call to talk to a lot of people they say really kind of proves nothing but it just showed to them what level Adam Schiff is willing to go to to try and make their impeachment case and try to make the Republicans look bad that's the reason the viewpoint from from the Republicans on that Susan this is a gigantic story that Devon Nunez obtain the phone records for the president's personal attorney a sitting journalist and a member of his own commit a Devon noon as it is a huge story as not being treated that way by the press a large you are treating it like a big story can you tell me don't know if any of the people involved here were notified that their phone records were being sought not that I can tell and it was obtained from eighteen to you is not attained by people on the call so it raises all kinds of questions I think there are a lot of people were surprised to see it the problem is John Solomon is being painted as kind of like a co conspirator it's very strange instead of just reporter try to record on an angle nobody else is writing about which is the Ukraine angle it seems like most the media got behind this idea that that meant that that a D. bond story line the Russian if somehow participating in perpetuating it along with Republicans who according to Democrats are pushing this you crying saying in a way to go after their political opponents the Democrats see that's the way it's being framed right by the Democrats instead of you know the media look well Susan a alright yeah if if being fed mis information by a foreign government disqualifies you as a journalist the entire Washington press corps should hang up their credentials today given the way that the Russian collusion conspiracy was treated for years I mean I I wouldn't I haven't seen anything to suggest that Solomon should be thrown out entirely as a journalist and I don't think anybody's made that case successfully well we always point out you know you can make this take whatever you talk to dot com is that everything you reported it backed up and documented in that you go and look at it yourself right this is all true there and no one is disputing some of the things that we know that that there was contact between the Democrats new Ukraine government to dig up dirt on on truck there no one's disputing that I think what the damn word what Democrats are trying to do and I think kind of affected in doing it is make it sort of like if you if you believe anything about Ukraine meddling in the election you are therefore are declaring Russia did nothing wrong it's a strange argument they're making and and it's one that I think is proven effective because it's being manic and and echoed by the mainstream media very very powerfully I'm I'm very curious as to how they could get the the the how they could get a subpoena to get the phone records of the president's personal lawyer because you do have the right to attorney client privilege and on wiki how I just want to wiki how to how to get a subpoena and one of its step six do not subpoena privileged communications so how do they get the subpoena if even wiki house says he can't do that yes well they got the call between Giuliani and the office of management and budget they didn't get I don't see that they got any calls between Giuliani and the president himself I'm not sure that some of those calls it's not clear who's who's on the other end of those calls and if it does raise a lot of questions like I said it was a big surprise yesterday when goes call surface I know there is our cases were Verizon and eighteen eighteen other phone companies they do turn over things subpoenaed by the government and I'm not sure what president this is going to set it it's because it's such a partisan impeachment proceeding on Capitol Hill I think get everyone to the knowledge of some credibly partisan that that this kind of rocky rocky is about up quite a bit and I think that that's that's not going to bode well for especially the intelligence committee for the two sides to work together when you have the chairman obtaining phone records of the ranking member that's that's a really that's that's you reaching a new level of of of partisanship yeah and it totally undermining their ability to say that this is a sober impeachment process and when it does it's been anything but Susan Frasier thank you as always thank you for

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"estes" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"estes" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

"The MVP was Steve Nash, you know, it's it's just just not a thirty-something guys award. It's a younger guys award, you know, that's a great point and I just feel like there's going to be pressure on him. I mean, know that they still have the Angela off to do a lot of that stuff too. So we'll see but I have a feeling they're going to have stretches of every game where stuff is going to feel like if I don't score here, we are not going to score and I'm going to ask it and mash of pressure to on him for the yeah. Yeah. I mean, you know, obviously everybody looks better when you have all stars in the Hall of Famers alongside you we have know that for sure but you know, when you he's not like at least in the preseason, he didn't have NBA playoff to him on some of those possessions and there was tough but if there's anybody that can figure it out, it would be the it'd be the Warriors I guess the question there is is you know, how close do they have to be what part of the mix they need em. And to make them decide to bring clay back in May, you know what I'm saying? Because they can easily say you know what we're you know, we're 8th. It's not really going to happen. It's not worth it. Yeah, I think they have to monitor his knee. Really. I mean, think it's his health that determines if they say man, he's closed on March 1st, if that's their determination and then they look at their record and seventh then I think you know, you start angling for maybe a third week in March and see if you can get a playoff seed and make a run at it because you legitimately could Klay Thompson's that good that he could change the entire trajectory of that team. I still you know how long they had Kevin Durant all bets were off. I mean, he was the ultimate tiebreaker. He was the Ultimate Weapon frankly so they aren't that anymore but I still think they could make a run off if they get healthy at the right time interesting. Yeah. I mean, I think it go either way and I also feel like they could be looking at ongoing. Damn we could get a top ten pick if we don't make the purchase and and add that to a healthy claim. A healthy Steph Curry, you know and all of a sudden, you know, they can go on a run the next year. So what the keeper ion then for sure but there's good that they must already have it in their mind, you know, whatever seating they are if it's at home some position too low that maybe they don't bring back clay at all and then take the emotion out of decision want to see and I got a break in here because of course Steve Kerr was quoted this morning on Tuesday as long Clay is most likely out for the season which made a lot of sense to me yesterday when we were recording this and even more now just because doesn't seem to make a lot of sense to bring him back that late in the season and trying to integrate him to another team that's already been home format fomented and hardened for a whole season. So that's the new latest news. So we're not going to see Klay Thompson at all. And you know, that could very well mean that the Warriors won't make the playoffs crack pot. Yeah. I think it'll be fun and I think you make a good point about like how management has to address that it would be. It's a challenging job, but I think it would be a lot of fun to try to figure out. What's the best job Going forward with this decision because the other component of all this is they're moving into a new super impressive Arena and.

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