23 Burst results for "Fazio"
CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts
"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.
"fazio" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"This is the 6th career win for sunny one who pays $10 and 68 cents to win. $5 and four cents to place in $3 and 54 cents to show. Scottish star settles for second three 34 and three O two and princess fazio 5 86 to show. The $2 exacta $41, 96 cents, the 50 cent trifecta, $68 and 56 cents in the Tencent super effective $208 and 70 cents. In New York, at aqueduct, the finale today went to lady fire foot, a four year old daughter of temple city. Owned by Charles Hollis trained by pat Reynolds and written by Kendra Carmouche $6 and 90 cents to win four 90 to place in three 40 to show spicy Ginger second 1140 and 9 40 and mostly harmless third $4 and 80 cents. The $2, a $123 and 50 cents, the 50 cent trifecta, a $144 and 50 cents, the ten cent super $170 and 25 cents or $170 and 5 cents. So only a 20 cent difference, but there was a dead heat for fourth, Clara and lean pier, a dead heat for fourth in the finale today at aqueduct. The 50 cent pick four paid 75 37 to 50 cent pick 5 paid just over $700 and the $1 pick 6 paid over 13 grand at the big a today. We will talk more about the final two races at keenland as we move along on betting with Bobby, but earlier, Bobby had an opportunity to talk to Scotty mckeever from the equine edge. He is terrific when it comes to tournament playing what that means, the strategies around it and it will be really interesting to hear kind of the way he's thinking about this year's breeder's cup. Well, we're now just about two weeks away from breeders cup 2022. And while we're all racing fans and of course looking forward to the great races, both that Friday and Saturday, there are several people around this country and maybe around the world that are looking at it excited in a different way. And that's because it's this year's breeders cup betting challenge, the BC BC, if you will, and one of those accomplished tournament players joining us right now, Scotty mckeever, thanks for taking the time, my friend. It's good to be here, Bobby. Good to be here. So when it comes to the BC BC, explain a little bit about what this tournament is. I know it's a live money tournament, but what are the specifics? So this tournament, this particular tournament, the breeders cup betting challenge requires $10,000 entry fee. So $10,000 cash, you can have, I believe, up to three entries for sure you can be allowed to. $2500 is used for the prize pool, okay? So first place gets, I want to say $350,000, depending on how many entrants are in there. They're expecting about 500 entrants. 2500 is used for the price pool, 7500 of that $10,000 is used for your bankroll, which is money that you play with to play like exact, trifecta, daily doubles, win bets, place sets, and show back. And whatever you build your bank roll up too, that's always your money because it's called the cash tournament. So this is real money and that is your money. So if you win, you win that money and depending on how you rank in the tournament. When price pull money as well. And they show on the website that if 500 players enter the tournament, for instance, the cash prize pool paid out $1.25 million of what 360,000 goes to the first place winner. So the top 20 get paid in addition to what you make with your own live bets. Is that correct? The top 20, I believe, get paid yet, plus there's other things like the top 15, I believe it's the top 15. Get into the NHC. So the national handicapping championship in Las Vegas. And I want to say that at the end of January or beginning of February, but yeah, so that's something that's worth a lot of money as well. Getting into there where there'll be 800 people in Las Vegas at that time. I mean, that's where everybody always longs to get. Like, that's the big one. That's the one you want to be in. Okay, so you've played in a lot of these tournaments throughout the years. Whether it's live money or not, and you've had success in these tournaments, including caching for a $1 million at at least one point in a tournament. So when you get to a tournament like this, when it's live money as opposed to let's just say hypothetical wagers, what is your general philosophy of how your attacking it, not necessarily? I'm not interested right now. And which horses you're looking to play two weeks from now. But when you're looking at live money, where you're playing not only for yourself, but cashing and hoping to qualify for something even bigger and better down the line. Is it an all or nothing kind of a thing for you? Are you looking to just make big scores right off the bat? What's going through your mindset? Well, you can't be too conservative in these cash tournaments. You really can't. But you also can't be so aggressive. There is patients involved, but the patients usually is waiting for your place. So because of my platform, equine edge, I don't I don't have to handicap that much early. I'll handicap during the day, but I like to, you know, I like to have a normal life. I don't want to be a slave to the handicapping part of it, although I enjoy it, but I don't enjoy it 8 to 12 hours. So, you know, luckily, you know, me and a lot of other tournament players have equine edge to use. But so as an example, when I won the Pegasus tournament and in Florida, over at Gulfstream park a few years ago, the way I did that was, the night before, all I did was brief all the racers. So that was a one day tournament. Whereas the burrito stuff here, the championship challenge is going to be a two day event. But what I did was I just briefed all the races. That day, and I had an idea of which or were my key horses. The ones that I was going to be more aggressive with. I visualized how they would win. They would have a good trip, the pace scenario was going to be good for them. And then I made sure that's really critical in trying to win a tournament because you don't want to you don't want to spend so much money early on if you're just playing along the way because by the time maybe some of the races you like that might have been in the middle or the latter part of the card, you have no money left. So you're from that perspective you need to be somewhat prepared. So when it comes to these kind of tournaments, do you have a figure in mind of what you think you're probably going to need to eclipse to at least have a chance in the later stages of winning? No, there's no way of knowing what you have to do in that case is, I mean, I played in tournaments that were $500 entry fees that the winner, or the leader at the end, the winner had $3000, even less, I've seen 2300. And then I've seen in the same $500 entry, people with $20,000. That's why it's really important that you follow the leaderboard to see what's going on from race to race to race.
Guest Host Grant Stinchfield Shares a Story About 9/11
"Not believe that we are going to be now 21 years from the September 11th attacks. These attacks had such an effect on my wife. I grew up in New York. I was working for WNBC at the time. I was one of the first to ground zero, and let me just tell you a quick story. I had taken pictures of one of those disposable cameras from my time in and around ground zero, interviewing victims family members. I had all kinds of pictures. I put that camera in my briefcase. You know I never developed the photos. And I thought as long as I have that camera, I will never forget because I've got the photos. And if I start to feel myself forget, I could just develop the photos. And I could develop. Can you imagine we were really 21 years to come a long way, developing photos. Well, that briefcase, I left at a former office and had to have it sent to me in Dallas with the camera in it. Gets lost. My briefcase gets lost. It was a nice briefcase. I didn't care about that. I cared about the camera with my photos of September 11th. It was a huge loss for me, but I will tell you this. I realized very quickly, I was never going to forget. I didn't need the photos. One reason why I never forget is because of the people that were affected by that. I met a man named rob fazio. He was there with his brother and his other family members looking for his father, Ronald fazio, who was on the 99th floor of the south tower and managed to get his whole office out. When the first plane hit, the other building, he said, I want you all out of the building. Go, go home. Loudspeakers going off. Go back upstairs, go back upstairs. No. Back down. Go home. He gets out of the building. He's holding the door for others. The next plane hits. Ron senior's gone.
"fazio" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"Yeah, I guess my real answer is, I don't know. And I'm trying to figure that out right now. And this book has been a catalyst for my figuring that out. So that's my honest answer. I think my equally honest, but less fully realized answer is that, you know, when you get to so I'm in my mid 50s. And I have a sense of my mortality in a way that I didn't when I was in my mid 30s. That changes the way I look about things. I look at the, you know, I worked in politics for a while before doing this and lately I've seen all of these people who I knew from when I worked in politics who were the bosses at the time. Big fazio. Male and albright, they're dead. They passed away, and it seems like just a blink of an eye. And at the time that they were the bosses, they were probably about my age right now. And I'm thinking, holy moly, that sure went fast. Are these next year is going to go as fast? And when am I going to step up and really make the highest and best contribution that I can make as a person? And that requires, I think, more discomfort than I have in my life right now. Yeah, I mean, even that is a really important realization. As I would tell it, my clients, that's great. Even if you don't have the fine detour, find contours, fully set out, you know, the fact that you know that about yourself. Because weren't you at like a college commencement address of your daughters or something when you had this realization as well. Yeah. Well, that's when I really started thinking about it. That's when I sort of had them sort of a moment where I was just the passage of time was really crystallized for me because I couldn't believe that this person who was just born was in its cap and gown. It was just, I mean, a lot of parents have that. It's like, again, I'm not that special. But that's one of the that was really, that was in 2019 when our elder daughter graduated from college. And that was really, that was a catalyst for me in pursuing this topic of regret. But I do think that we don't talk enough about our mortality. And it's because we're freaked out by it. But we still know it. And I've always thought that at some level, it's the backbeat to our lives. It's not like the full melody. It's not the lyrics we're singing all the time. I don't think it should be, but at some point, it's the backbeat that we all know we're going to die. And I think that's what gives rise to a lot of these bonus regrets. And knowing that I'm going to die is and probably sooner rather than I would imagine. It makes me wonder when am I going to actually step up and be bold? Absolutely. Something that dawns on me about your project is you hear a lot of talk about deathbed regrets and all the talk. You're not waiting for that. You know, what I like about your book is what actions can you take today based on some regrets you may have had in the past to live a better life moving forward and I like your project better. I have to say, I'm very, I'm not a fan of deathbed regrets for a couple of reasons. Number one, show your work. I feel like it's completely cherry picked and like somebody whispers a few things to someone who happens to be there at the time and then it's concocted into a bigger bigger theory. The second is that, you know, I'm not sure that that is the moment of our highest lucidity. Okay. And then third is.
"fazio" Discussed on WTOP
"Day in the NFL let's check in with Jay Brooks Yeah actually started last night Christopher week 18 that is cowboys beat the eagles 51 26 both teams already in the postseason Casey over Denver 2024 Broncos head coach Vic fazio shown the door earlier today Three year record of 19 and 30 but coming up top of the hour 1 o'clock kick at the New York Jets for the Washington football team is all wrapped up the regular season Meanwhile the D.C. sports hud WTF's Dave press and saying that Washington not only needs a quarterback but a whole lot more They need to make a big move for a quarterback because right now they're roster is such that next year in the year after they're going to lose some guys Matt iodine is probably going to head elsewhere You're going to see a lot of the pieces on that great defensive line that they put together They won't be able to stay You need an offensive weapon because Curtis Samuel I'm not going to think that he's going to be healthy next season Another receiver you also need a quarterback here for this team to have any hope whatsoever Check out the D.C. sports huddle and the podcast DCF apple or wherever you get your podcasts Elsewhere I want to clock ravens raidy Baltimore as the Steelers are in town Each team needs help to get into the postseason No Lamar Jackson for Baltimore and possibly Ben Roethlisberger's final game Also at one Bengals Brown since the AFC north champs Cleveland of course out of the playoff picture Man's college basketball coming up tonight at 7 30 Marilyn men hosting number 23 Wisconsin troops on a two game losing skid In women's action the number ten Maryland turps are at Minnesota 3 o'clock tips in second place in the Big Ten standings Jay Brooks WTP sports Well pronounced Jay Minnesota Thank you 1247 traffic.
"fazio" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Jud maker hotline. It's always a pleasure and a joy we'll get to talk about. This and much much more with one of the wise is send mos area date man and all of the land have revoked just previous commission as a mere brigadier general and have elevated him to commander joseph pearce live from south carolina with is beautiful crowing rooster into background. Too too many books for me to mention One that's coming up on the on the hit the The history of england commander pierce. How are you. i'm. Mike how are you i am i have well. My immune system is actually working. Its identified some hideous sinus virus and it has been assaulting for three. Now you'll figure out your immune system. That's all i can say joseph Before we get started Ordering some books that ignatius press yesterday. And i came across some books of yours. I didn't even know you had written. Maybe you can tell me how many of these are out there. Because i'm sure there are many many people that would like for us to carry these I i stumbled on a study. Guide for dracula by bram. Stoker written by joseph pierce. Why do i need to study. Guide for dracula. I edited a series. big nations. Press ignatius could additions which is basically a series of Of the great classic works picture china region but going that series is years ago back in fifteen years ago i was taking a course at university and buying buying texts of these great victory together full of queer theory and feminist theory and radical relativism and anti christianity. And i thought why am i. Putting conditions into the hands of my students We should be producing critically. Additions ourselves with a traditional relented. Understanding of the work's not this propaganda so suggest that the father fazio ignatius press. He agreed and now we start. Farther at twenty. Seven tried to in that series Actually the most modern evolve is dracula because they go back yard. I think is consolation of philosophy by the s. and augustine's confessions and it goes right through the centuries and then glaxo's i think it was written in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven at the end of the nineteenth century. So that's the most modern spots in the series and most of those books have a study guide. That goes with them. So that's what you saw. Hey it's fantastic. I saw mary. Shelley's frankenstein is a study guide. Uh of course you have study for shakespeare which you are One of the world's most renowned experts on speaking of which are speaking of I saw an essay of yours crisis magazine. The other day about shakespeare and about othello and Let's see I guess is this a series. Now that you're going to write for crisis magazine about shakespeare because it was about what's really going on in a fellow. What was happening in england at the time right..
"fazio" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"Week on the more you know as inspired by one. We're going to be talking about. Which horror game should you play this halloween. An article on game informer dot com written september. Twenty seven zero four by kimberley wallace got a site. My sources are this year. it was regime bullets. It's got a list. i saw the article so like scrolling list. It's quite a list. So i'm going to skip most of the text just reading. Read the the the which category on the list. These games are in yeah so it starts with classic terrors amnesia. The dark descent. He'll to resident evil remake fatal frame to crimson butterfly or a lesson game fatal frame to crimson butterfly and clock tower. Nineteen ninety six so those are the classic terror games yep recent scares visit visage. Visage. the is ag visage. neck played either. it's visit right visit Resident evil village resident evil to remake outlast to song of horror fazio mobile the evil within two little nightmares to devote shen and returnable evil. Within two was great. Good game winning waiting for them to drop the third one cat. Next category we have psychological horror. We got dead space. Each darkness detention silent hill shattered memories amnesia the dark descent. Fear -tarian siren and alan. Wake i mean i would. I would toss in. It's not really a horror. But i would toss in a sin was sacrifice. Could be put in there kind of is like a psychological combined. Thuc a mindful. -sarily call it hor. It's on the borderline it's close. It's trippy especially with the headset on. We call that eerie. Maybe it's an eerie feeling when it happens. Yeah that's one of the titles. They should have put it on vr. That would be cool. That'd be a solid title for that right next category. If you're into jump scares you wanna get jump scared. These are the the games that are recommended. We have outlast to alien isolation spooky jump scare mention observer home sweet home and the last of his part to i mean again. Say like memorable dumps scares nothing. Beats the liquor in fucking resident evil jumping through that fucking mirror but yeah resonated to that one. yeah. And i. I don't understand why Until dawn isn't on this or any it. Yeah until dawn would. It was a perfect job. Scare game yeah. I think that one was definitely more. Jump scare than newer versions. The a house of ashes than those games right because it was purely like a horror movie game right so it's until dawn is on this list but it's just not in this section So the next section is if you're into atmospheric thrills which in the paragraph following it it says any horror fan knows that a good eerie atmosphere can oversee overshadow anything and become to define the experience. That's wooded music atmosphere. Not i don't know atmospheric thrills that that name through me awesome so is a definition is good eerie atmosphere on this list. We have soma detention alien isolation five nights at freddy's bloodborne pathologic to devotion and return..
"fazio" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Antonio fazio is an industry powerhouse. Who has overseen forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production and kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished waiters helping thousands of acres killed their businesses. They are passionate about designating encouraging and empowering bombs in real estate our next episode starts now. Hey everyone i'm angela..
"fazio" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Antonio fazio is an industry powerhouse. Who has overseen forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production and kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished waiters helping thousands of abatements killed their businesses. They are passionate about designating encouraging and empowering bombs in real estate our next episode starts now. Hey everyone i'm angela. Fazio in this is mom's real estate. And i am kristin cantrell. And today i get the pleasure of introducing jessica lopez from california and. She is a big producer and she is super cute and we can't wait to hear from her mom of two boys and jessica. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself. High ladies thank you for having me today I am in northern california. So in the san francisco area been in real estate for six years on seven and Really focused on my community and involving then with giveaways and different stuff and just Really enjoying what. I knew while wrangling to create busy boys. Isn't that crazy being boy mom so me and you share that we have boys that are pretty much the same age and i feel like every day is just such a shit. Don't even sometimes. I'm just like when i go to bed. I'm like how did i just make it through that whole day. Oh my god. I mean it's having year and a half apart was not planned You know i'm not. I hear insane but i'm so happy now their little best buddies but some days. I'm like okay. You guys media so go away. So i and this is. This is awesome because you started in real estate with a newborn pretty much. So can you tell us what that was like. Yeah i was actually pregnant and got my license pretty much at the same time. So my first deal. I think we close on a week. Before i had grayson. Who's my oldest and I had been on in iraq doing inspections that a few weeks old so wild to look at now let's blur and i wish i had documented that a little bit more Because it is so special that i was able to do both things at once but it was also a little insane..
"fazio" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Is angela fazio and this is moms in real estate and i am kristin cantrell and today i have the pleasure of introducing a luanda hawkins from north carolina. And today you guys. She's going to talk to us about intentional. Motherhood and you guys are going to get so much from her because she is fabulous. So can you get started and tell us a little bit about yourself. Sure my name of course if he did introduce. I'm alana hopkins. I am in north carolina. I am a real care with. Keller williams I am a mom of four kids range in age from eleven. So i've got one entering middle school all the way down to A five year old. Who is entering kindergarten. So of course you know lots of stages of life there I'm a wife for a lot. Don't worry fourteen years we've been again in sixteen fourteen. I'll definitely get it back. And yeah i mean. Why real thing super-busy bigness with. I'm super grateful for. I am in the five percent of my firm. The top ten percent of our entire mls. I'd buy thank you. But i'm also Really really Serious about you know maintaining merola as a mom..
"fazio" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"fazio" Discussed on Qualicast - Qualidade, Excelência e Gestão
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"fazio" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast
"Jecklin hide. A lot of these golfers were this year like destiny. Make sense like max homeless thirtieth like what was the last he played good at the genesis. Do you think he got the full five hundred points when the team with cancer just two fifty split split it. I think you should split it actually. I think that's fair. Yeah do do they do that or they. I think they got. I mean he's got a thousand points the full five hundred. That's that's kind of a little shaky. But i mean look at this do nazon. Eighteenth like a good man. He's playing fine females. And i now look at it fucking patrick kelly with steak win at twenty three hundred boo. I want him to flame out this weekend. Well next week. I'll come beautiful. Mind how i read you. The fax cup playoffs Manifesto next week. It's it's evolved actually by like a different angle shot. That i didn't like i can't fix that this year. We'll talk about next thing. We'll save when i start randomly. How terrible this format is to champion about big joke. it is. That's how they weren't but until then let's up about the bmw case valley golf club so so the northern trust that was alternating between boston. New york city. Now's gonna go over to memphis permanently. This one though is still going to rotate around the country. The bmw typically have been kind of mid western focus like its allies chicago clubs gotha colorado couple times. I think a couple of michigan maybe. And then they've gone around the maryland area too and this one's in maryland outside baltimore and owings mills at kay's valley golf clubs so it opened in nineteen ninety-one. It's a tom fazio. And it's it's strange like for years. Like the only fazio golf courses on the pga tour were the corrales went to canada and quail hollow and tozzi like he's made like courses. Yeah brazilian courses but only to a now this year. This'll be the sixth time. We've gone on five zero design. Like i know if you like like he must've just weasel his way in after all these one offs of events that got canceled. The canadian cancel all. Why don't you come down to the palmetto. All the cj cup of can't go to can't go to korea shadow creek by the way both of those courses fucking awesome. They're awesome because the kasumigaseki very of this and then actually this year. Cj cubs go to another fazio in las vegas so he just cleaning up so this will be the sixth time this year. They were played at a fazio. So listen like like foss a lot of designs. it's got its ups and downs ups. I i mean case. Valley is just an immaculate condition. I mean it. Seems like all the private tom fazio courses that they plan the pga tour. They're great like shadow creek. I mean just luxurious like great pristine conditions quayle house the same way kasumigaseki that was in grave condition and caves valleys. No exception and it's got six hundred members. They all got deep pockets. It's bent grass. Greens bent grass fairways. Lush ri- gra ryegrass rough. The greens grow pretty fast. They're pretty undulated to like. This is going to be an all world like playing surface for these guys so so question about that. I think the one difference though is some of the land like one of the crista fasel is. He tends to take a piece property where there shouldn't be a golf course and i guys it turns it into it so like like shower chris example. That's a desert wasteland. A turn into this like you know..
"fazio" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Antonio fazio is an industry powerhouse. Who has overseen forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production and kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished waiters helping thousands of abatements killed their businesses. They are passionate about designating encouraging and empowering bombs in real estate our next episode starts now. Hey you guys welcome to moms in real estate. This is kristin cantrell. And i'm angela fazio. Today's guest is super dynamic. Her name is ashley schubert and she is a mom of five children. She's a three time author and one of her books is called raising a business with babies. I got that wrong. You're going to help me with that So we're really excited to talk with her. She's got very young children a very successful brokerage which is called flourish which is amazing. Since that's the name of our favorite speaking event that we do with women So ashley welcome and tell us a little bit about yourself. Thank you guys so much for having me. I think what you're doing to inspire moms in real estate is just amazing and thank you for doing it. I feel like we're on the same journey to encourage moms that we can. We can do it all and we can do it all well. That's thank you your money. My name's ashley Like she said. I do have three book. South of first one called raising a business and babies The second one is a devotional thirty days to shine. And the third one is a standalone book called overrated and so those greer all available on amazon and Help you will love them. a little bit more about me. I've been a real estate for about nine years. I took my real estate exam when i was forty week. Pregnant thankfully. I passed that pretty quickly and got started So i had to do it before. I went into labor so I started a team. A couple of years after being solo agent and then in twenty nineteen started a brokerage called porsche. Real estate group here in oklahoma Along with doing real estate. I've had five babies so the whole time. I've been in the business i've been having children. And so you know they provide me with lots of laughs stories and struggles Along the way I'm also a speaker and author and a podcast host. So i hope the podcast called business and baby so that's me in a nutshell so your oldest is nine. Do i remember that correctly. She'll be nine in november. You know i only girl you know. I remember that because the math size for nine years. You have either been pregnant or breastfeeding. They mentioned that. So yes. I was pregnant with her years ago. Yeah like a rockstar. And so many love because that will make so hard for me to a hard number and i hope this is not tmi but like in nine years. I've had like two periods. Oh my.
"fazio" Discussed on Chutando a Escada
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"fazio" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Welcome to mom's relatives states girl educate yourself. I am pressing cantrell. I'm angela fazio and today's guest is from oklahoma. Her name is ashley schubert. And we're really excited to have her yet. Actually why don't you give us a little background on who you are. How guys my name's ashley schubert. I am a mama five. Am i have five kids. One girl in four boys so Eight years old and younger. So i basically had a baby every even year since two thousand twelve and this is water. Her topic today is building in a business while raising newborns right so that's art and you thought definitely expertise in this area. Yeah i feel like a expert without like the professional training of being an expert. I am the hands on training mom in this area. I've been in real estate since two thousand twelve. So i started off as a single agent and started a team a few years after and then started a brokerage in twenty nineteen so now i still actively sell real estate and then my brokerage co owner here in oklahoma so i don't wanna hear any weenie excuses from ever again. She's out i have kids. You'll save yourself fulltime and she runs a brokerage called flourish which is awesome forty agents. Right if you're no leany yes. She's a rock daily. I like to do it afraid because you know we all have things were afraid of and you just gotta push through the afraid and do it. Anyway that's right. I agree oculus chips. Give us your magic superpower secret. So i wrote down some tips for you guys. And this is more focused on like newborns and very young babies Like i said. I've done this five times kind of learned how to do it now. I won't say i always have done. It hurt physically. I think i've learned each time. But these are the things i've learned that worked for me So you know when you first start real estate and you're having babies while you're working it's like you don't want people to think you're too busy for real estate. You want people to see. I can do it all like i've got it all together and i could do it all and i'm definitely guilty of doing that right along with you. I think it's super important to give yourself grace. And reliance you know god's blessed you into being a mom and while you still want to run your business it's probably not gonna go flawlessly everyday. Think it's important to do your best pray every morning and you know conquer it But know that you're gonna make bumps and you're going to have cups in your mom brands gonna kick in and you're gonna forget things and that's okay so i put the top of the list. Give yourself grace and no day will be perfect So important because if it's just so natural..
"fazio" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Mardi guys. Hey goten while com really good. We're so excited to talk to you today. you've got to just give us a little bit. Give us a little bit of a background so I have lived in mexico missouri for most of my life. I moved here from california. When i was about seven and growing up. I never really felt like. I would be like an entrepreneur. didn't real estate with never like a big interest. It kind of was something that came about. Maybe when i was eighteen i was like you know. I think i'd really like to do that. i tried my hand at a like owning another business before i had a children's store for about a year and then i sold that and after i sold i was going to have to do something so i guess also do real estate so i took my course i kind of knocked it out in like two weeks When took testing got my license. And i think That was in october of two thousand. Nineteen in between october and december closed one. I had a listing. And i. I didn't sell it but it's old and then Twenty twenty came and it was just insane. I know that twenty twenty has been like cursed pandemic year In for a lot of people it was like a very unfortunate year but for me. It was quite the opposite. I had my on like twenty six sides so good mix of listings and buyers. I definitely worked with a lot of first-time homebuyers but i learned so much Twenty six transactions will change you as a person really a really crazy. Twenty six transactions with a four months old or six month old at home and three-year-old. She obviously had the baby in the did the Like around christmas time. I guess it was twenty. Nineteen not i was pregnant with our little girl and gas twenty twenty. I was pregnant like on a summer. Like the worst time and like a beached whale. And sometimes i mean i would be showing homes just like feeling awful and i have you know toting around a four year old and but it was so fine and You know like. I close was in the hospital. I had a house close. While i was in the hospital having my daughter and then i actually think new contract to while i was in there so i never skipped a beat Like two days. After hat on thursday. And by the next saturday i was out. A new listing appointment With my husband and four-year-old and new more info. Yeah it was just like the new clients. Yeah i had a new diaper. you have to wear. Oh yeah yeah yes. It probably wasn't the most professional listing of white man. I think i was probably in like running shorts and tee shirt. I could barely walk. Because i had a c. section so like yeah two days after a c section. I'm like i'm not passing this listing. I was like i'm gonna go in those clients. Were so gracious. And i repeat customers. I work with them now and it was cute. They like bought my daughter a little onesie and stuff and they were excited. So i mean think about that listen. We can't even cattle prod. We can't even cattle prods. Some of our agents to get out of bed on time in the morning and you like c section two days astor outlook go when we hear like monroe stories. And they're in the hospital doing the all like i just. I love it. Because i felt like a a mental image of it. And it's just like if i was just saying this morning to like the one consistent being in my life is that it's always a like i like that usually usually you don't use the data. I know you say shit show. I think so. I love your attitude. Your your energy awesome the palace where your sources of business so Mainly facebook do a lot of face booking I know instagram is kind of like the way of the world in most other places of the country Here in little old mexico's area population. Twelve thousand. We're still really big on facebook here so i spend a lot of time on their maybe too much. But that's really where a lot of generated in like. A lot of my clients are people that i had gone to school with Looking to buy their first house. And i think i just tried to make myself as approachable as possible and i had been through the process twice with my husband. He bought our first house in this one together in the end of two thousand eighteen. So i've been through the process before You know prior to getting my license so it felt familiar. Just kind of learned as i went but i really became like a. Usda first time buyer specialists. That's definitely my bread and butter so And that's something really passionate about helping people who don't even they don't even know that they're sitting on Approvals or that they could even buy home. They just assume they have to rent.
"fazio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And Iraq story is de Fazio from Fazio Cleaners and a public servant, A Z his best. How do you balance everything's? Well, I think I When I went back to school with a little bit late in life, I sort of learned the off the idea of know your strengths and How to surround yourself with people that sort of help you mitigate those weaknesses, So I know that I'm sort of a little bit of a big picture guy and I could get in a lot of trouble Being the big picture guy could drive us right into bankruptcy with all kinds of great ideas that aren't grounded in reality. So I have a good group of individuals behind me that make sure that they ground things in reality on that they have my back and they make sure that we're doing well and so far as the work with the workplace environment, cash flow and all the things that are important to make sure you run a business And that sort of affords me the opportunity to do the bigger picture of things while still going ahead and exploring and doing things that might be other opportunities out there, And I think that's an excellent point for people out there who think that I'm not indicting, although a lot of people just hire. Yes, man there. Yes. Women write or make sure you know you could do what I say. But your ego is set so that you can have people say to you. This is wrong. Yeah, I think it's really important. You sure have a Bible down here. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. No, I've got a lot of Ah, lot of folks out there. That will be very happy to tell me what it is that I'm not right now. They may not doing an abrupt way They may just say, Hey, let's talk about this. And I get the fact that that's basically my cue to listen. You know, I think someone said God gave you two years and one mouth, right, You know, do him or listening. I have two miles and one here. That's my problem. You do well aware you do as well. But I mean, but the hiring process we're talking about cleaners. You know, I think people don't butt in every business. The hiring process has got to include that sort of personnel, right? That's absolutely right. And what you really see what the business is. You see the tip of the iceberg. You don't see what's beneath that level, and I always marvel of businesses that do whatever it is that they do that they do. Well, you know, because you know that there's a lot of infrastructure beneath what you're seeing. It's not visible to you that supporting that customer service person in my particular case where we have five or six people just constantly training our customer service personnel. It may be to the most basic things just to save customer's name or to hand the garments to them when transactions completed or to walk them down to their car, But we have to constantly continue to make sure that we get those fundamentals right. Just like in a football team. The coach might be going through the same fundamentals all the time or any other analogy that you want might want to use. We have to do the same thing in an organization or to make it continue to run, right. Steve Fazio's their guests from Fazio cleaners. What makes it their technology say the cleaning business hasn't changed. But certainly the way that you pay for has that Just the last few months of credit cards have changed with the chip and all that. Who keeps you up on all that? Well, you know, business has become more complex. You know, While the fundamentals of the business hasn't have not changed, basically the regulators environment the way we do things Has continued to continue to migrate and change. You know, we get bombarded with a lot of regulatory things that we have to continue to keep up with that have you know major impacts on cash flow major impacts on being able to go to the You know the credit facilities out there because they look at everything that we do very carefully. Personal guarantees is entrepreneurs, whether it's in a corporation or not. You are still what's expected on the other end of every transactions from Lisa's, You know, so there's a lot of different things that you know you have to take into consideration. You know, as you are trying to grow your business, or even just maintain what you have. And you have to be very, very aware of what I think of is the remote environment. You know. What are the changes that are happening? You know, how is the industry migrating how our customer trends changing. We've had a tremendous change and customer trends. Just in my time in the industry, you know, over the last even five or 10 years, there's been a fairly dramatic shift in the way people use or don't use the professional, dry cleaner. Me asking a stupid question. Maybe all of them, Ben, but I'll try this one. What difference does it make this dry cleaner? You go to? Well, you know, that's a really, actually, quite a good question. You know, most of the most of the folks out there, you know, don't play by the same rules because they're below a lot of different thresholds in terms of the regulatory environment on day may just cut corners all over the place. But then again, I also have a lot of excellent. Competitors out there that I will generally not say anything about other than positive things. Have a lot of friends in the industry from having been in it as long as I have, you know, and I try to make sure that we, you know, to be supportive wonders Well, you can cut corners by instead of cleaning something for 12 or 15 minutes cleaning for to, you know, put it in the machine. Let it circle a couple times. You cut cars by putting something in a steam tunnel and putting it back on a hanger..
"fazio" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Business Rock star. Welcome back. We're here to inspire, inform and connect entrepreneurs all over the world on paddle Brian Well for the business rock stars and rock star he is de Fazio from Fazio cleaners and a public servant at his best. How do you balance everything? Well, I think I When I went back to school with a little bit late in life, I sort of learned the off the idea of know your strengths and How to surround yourself with people that sort of help you mitigate those weaknesses, So I know that I'm sort of a little bit of a big picture guy and I could get in a lot of trouble Being the big picture guy could drive us right into bankruptcy with all kinds of great ideas that aren't grounded in reality. So I have a good group of individuals behind me that make sure that they ground things in reality on that they have my back and they make sure that we're doing well and so far as to work with the workplace, environment, cash flow and all the things that are important to make sure you run a business. And that sort of affords me the opportunity to do the bigger picture of things while still going ahead and exploring and doing things that might be other opportunities out there, And I think that's an excellent point for people out there who think that I'm not indicting all but a lot of people Just hire. Yes, man there. Yes, women write or make sure you know you could do what I say. But your ego is set so that you can have people say to you. This is wrong. Yeah, I think it's really important. You sure have a Bible down here? Yeah, exactly. Exactly. No, I've got a lot of Ah, lot of folks out there. That will be very happy to tell me what it is that I'm not right now. They may not doing an abrupt way They may just say, Hey, let's talk about this. And I get the fact that that's basically my cue to listen. You know, I think someone said God gave you two years and one mouth, right? You know, doing more listening? I have two miles and one here. That's my problem. You do well aware you do as well. But I mean, but the hiring process we're talking about cleaners. You know, I think people don't butt in every business. The hiring process has got to include that sort of personnel, right? That's absolutely right. And what you really see what the business is. You see the tip of the iceberg. You don't see what's beneath that level, and I always marvel with businesses that do whatever it is that they do that they do. Well, you know, because you know that there's a lot of infrastructure beneath what you're seeing. It's not visible to you that supporting that customer service person in my particular case where we have five or six people, just constantly training are our customer service personnel. It may be to the most basic things just to say a customer's name or to hand the garments to them when transactions completed or to walk them down to their car, But we have to constantly continue to make sure that we get those fundamentals right. Just like in a football team. The coach might be going through the same fundamentals all the time or any other analogy that you want might want to use. We have to do the same thing in an organization or to make it continue to run right. See Fazio's their guests from Fazio cleaners. What makes it their technology say the cleaning business hasn't changed. But certainly the way that you pay for has that just in the last few months of credit cards have changed with the chip and all that. Who keeps you up on all that? Well, you know, business has become more complex. You know, While the fundamentals of the business hasn't have not changed, basically the regulator environment the way we do things you know has continued to continue to migrate and change. You know, we get Bombarded with a lot of regulatory things that we have to continue to keep up with that have you know major impacts on cash flow major impacts on being able to go to the You know the credit facilities out there because they look at everything that we do very carefully. Personal guarantees is entrepreneurs, whether it's in a corporation or not. You are still what's expected on the other end of every transactions from Lisa's, You know, so there's a lot of different things that you know you have to take into consideration. You know, as you are trying to grow your business, or even just maintain what you have. And you have to be very, very aware of what I think of is the remote environment. You know. What are the changes that are happening? You know, how is the industry migrating how our customer trends changing. We've had a tremendous change and customer trends. Just in my time in the industry, you know, over the last even five or 10 years, there's been a fairly dramatic shift in the way people use or don't use the professional, dry cleaner. Me ask you stupid questions. Maybe all of them, Ben, But don't try this one. What difference does it make this dry cleaner? You go to? Well, you know, that's a really, actually, quite a good question. You know, most of the most of the folks out there, you know, don't play by the same rules because they're below a lot of different thresholds in terms of the regulatory environment on day may just cut corners all over the place. But then again, I also have a lot of excellent. Competitors out there that I will generally not say anything about other than positive things. Have a lot of friends in the industry from having been in it as long as I have, you know, and I try to make sure that we, you know, to be supportive wonders Well, you can cut corners by instead of cleaning something for 12 or 15 minutes queen for to, you know, put it in the machine. Let it circle a couple times. You cut cars by putting something in a steam tunnel and putting it back on a hanger. You know you can cut corners by not paying your employees properly and not following the rules that you're supposed to follow with regard to the removal of hazardous waste, You know, there's a lot of things that people can do in any business, You know, they cut corners to save costs and give them additional profits that you know, a company that's been around that has multiple locations has to follow certain rules in order to make sure that you stay in existence. And now you work with the mayor is so far you work with the mayor's. You've got the wards about that is something that you Obviously something you want to do, but it's not important. How important is that to you? I think public service is very important, especially as you get older and more established, and you have an opportunity to give back to the communities that served me well, and so far his business and I want to make sure and we always have in my company, You know, kind of each of our locations is in its.
Congressional Inquiry Faults Boeing And FAA Failures For Deadly 737 Max Plane Crashes
"Has found that failures in both Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration were instrumental and causing a chain of errors that led to the crashes of 27 37 Max jets in Indonesia and Ethiopia. NPR's David Shaper reports. The House Transportation Committee is expected to release the findings from its 18 month long inquiry today. The investigative report documents a litany of problems in Boeing's design of the 7 37 Max, citing what he calls a disturbing pattern of technical miscalculations in troubling management misjudgments. Report also calls the FAA is oversight grossly insufficient, finding numerous oversight lapses in accountability gaps. Transportation Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio. You know this is a tragedy that never should have happened, it could have been prevented. And we're going to take steps in our legislation. To see that it never happened again as we reform the system. Fazio's committee is drafting legislation to overhaul the way planes Air certified. A Senate committee could pass similar legislation today.
Automating Electronic Circuit Design with Deep RL w/ Karim Beguir
"Kareem is CO founder and CEO at Institute Kareem. Welcome back to the Tacoma area. Podcast pleasure to speak again. Absolutely so if Kareem's name sounds familiar. That's because we spoke We're trying to figure this out. It was between a year and a half a year ago The show actually was published in September. Was Number three hundred two and you should definitely check it out for Kareem's full background But croom wanted to give us a brief overview of what you're up to as well as an update from when we last spoke absolutely so I it's a pleasure to be back in. Continue our conversation on aside. He's been pretty invent follow. The Lot has happened as you know instead. Deep is a decision making a startup. So we focus on Problems related to making complex decisions We also do our own innovation and the tried to be helpful to the community and we've made progress basically on this three areas. We've been able to release innovative products. In decision making we've also been able to publish innovate in research Publishing original you know like pieces. That were actually. What come that nervous where we got the spotlight presentation for example with Google declined? And we've also been very active on the community side organizing major events in Africa and basically lots of young talents. Find say super -tunities in there and the we most recently saw one another at Nuremberg and had a chance to catch up briefly at the black dinner where you really piqued my interest around one of the company's new initiatives or products which is called DP. Cb tell us about what is absolutely so this'll be actually started with with conversation Two years ago I I had a dinner with a good friend of mine. Who is actually an expert in hardware design worked on like no chips for a well known phones etc and we were speaking about like. What is he doing this particular sector? And he was like not that much like particular like busy stunt for printed circuit boards so basically those ships that you will find with all sorts of Consumer Electronics Products Iphones Speakers Bluetooth etc and You know the situation in that market was that auto routers basically automated systems to connect the different components like built. Basically the electrical secretary have been going on for many years but they were not that make and we were like. Hey that sounds like an interesting problem to to look at. We started looking into it eventually. This good front now. Be True was now meeting or hardware team joint steady and we've worked very hard on this project and we're very proud to have been able to achieve goals and in November last year we've released it in. Beta form and it is a world first for the first time we have a system that is end to end fully deployable and scalable on the cloud capable of understanding how to route chips essential and now last time we spoke we. Our conversation was focused on the work. Your company was doing applying reinforcement learning to logistics is deep be also based on reinforcement learning absolutely and this is a very strong commonality and like design philosophy between or or products. So in a sense. Let me give you an example. We've we've continued to do great work in logistics and the recently last September. We've won a major contract for example with that. Chaban the German railway company and to give idea this is about routing trains on a large scale talking about ten thousand trains a day and some think on some thirty three thousand kilometers of railway but downs out their communities between routing trains and routing chips on a board and so we realized that the projects and the type of research that study is doing is actually applicable to multiple fields. And when it comes to imbed Ziegler printed circuit boards. They're putting compelling so. We went full speed ahead and this turned out to be office product. Alrighty so when you initially met with your friend your mention that they're you know while this these auto routers have been in place or have been in use for many years. They were not without their challenges and problems. What were some of those challenges and problems? And what was the opportunity to introduce? A I think Reuters have been the they've been. There's been a lot of great work. Donald Reuters but in terms of like design philosophy. The design philosophy is all about essentially using ristic's to solve problems and we spoke a little bit about this in Bester conversation so it's very similar to let's say what was the status of software for chess before out. Fazio came out the systems which were very well actually but still are built on your way. Sticks fought for the hardest problems. Ristic's have limits and a system that can essentially mobilize learning can. Learning get scale can get better results when it comes in particular for in the status of printed circuit. Boards it is actually incredible and we are in twenty twenty that actually complex sucrets still designed manually and the reason why people design those Mandy is because auto routers essentially a failed to deliver the goods to the degree of quality which is expected by high quality customers so we see a really compelling opportunity with modern built on the latest innovation. Some of it actually developed in house we actually have patents on the work done for the. There is an opportunity to accelerate the design cycle of products. Because it's not just about quality you mean. Engineers do absolutely amazing work and have amazing intuition. It's about the speed. Human engineer could take in certain cases multiple weeks if not months to completely root complex with more than we do believe instead that this timing can be proud to twenty four hours this if done at scale it would be tremendous for the industry and it would accelerate the product cycle. We are using consumer electronics to have a cycle every six months of the year. There's a new version coming. We believe that any I could actually accelerate A. That's that's a that psycho and as a consequence also make it easier to design new products and experiment and ultimately unleash more human creativity and mobilizing gay. You mentioned complexity of the boards as being one of the challenges. What are we talking about when we talk about complexity? We I'm assuming we're measuring that in for example number of components but having worked with circuit boards before there are also issues like the number of layers and things like that when you talk about a complex board. What exactly are you talking about? So about really consists in basically an. Kyi's that we need to connect and as a consequence like those guys they can be what needs to be connected so you have fairs of components essential get need to be connected and they could be thousands of those and as you mentioned rightly there could be multiple layers simple designs start with two or four layers that you could have a lot more and the more you have layers the more components you have to connect the heart of the problem. It is an empty heart problem and so this is where I can help. But you can you when you're looking at the most difficult designs that we take human engineers significant amount of time to solve
Virtuoso's rare, expensive piano unsalvageable after movers dropped it
"Nope sorry I just actually saw the story in the Washington Post as. I'm clicking away to try to focus. I see the story Korea now yet again here. I am distracted. My goodness this is kind of sad. world famous pianist magnificent. Two hundred thousand dollar piano dropped and destroyed by movers. Oh my goodness. It was handmade in Italy. Outfitted with the rare fourth pedal invented by the piano maker Fazio the only and was valued at roughly two hundred thousand dollars. Angela Hewitt owned the piano. She was moving moving and they dropped the piano. And it smashed that. Just that breaks my heart I cannot play the piano I taught myself when I was a kid grew up in Dubai. I realize you're not here for this but you're just GonNa have to humor me for just a minute when I was a kid and do by my parents to get me piano lessons and I absolutely hated the piano lessons. I didn't much care for the teacher and he did appreciate the fact that we had things like American holidays. We liked like Halloween distinctly remember That he decided that we were going to have piano lessons on Halloween. And I wanted to go with my friends and that was it. I had enough. I couldn't do would But I could teach myself. I could read music well enough to teach myself and there were some songs. There was one by Bach. And Brahms taught myself how to play and I love the sound of the piano. I love having a piano piano in our house. I would love to get a grand piano but I I gotta get get my mansion That I build And it's just I and I know as Yolly I. It's it's an incredible brand and that's just terrible Angela Hewitt was having her movers. move the piano and they had dropped it in its unsalvageable and it was a one of a kind piano. She's had it for seventeen years And she tried to get Fazio lead to to save it in. Oh my goodness that just just that breaks my heart sad news as we begin the second hour of this program. I'm sure you all want to know about Angela. Hewitt's piano did I'm fascinated by stuff like this but but you know what I swear whenever I moved whenever I build my mansion after I win the lottery or Chris Burns does good investments for me Then I'm going to get a grand
What are Chuck Pagano's plans for the Bears defense?
"Now Chuck Pegado he replaces Vic Fazio who went from Chicago to Denver. He is the new defensive coordinator of depth buyers trademark me your thoughts was well. This is the one that this this instigated the article <hes> thinking about Chuck Pagano because you lose Vic Fangio. Who is I think along with Wade Phillips the most most respected affected defensive mind in the game right well bill belichick sort of on an island up there by himself but you know throw in Romeo Coronel is another guy who's respected but we don't really we know what Chuck Pagano is? He had one year defensive coordinator with the Ravens where they finished third in defense with Ray Lewis Ed Reed Terrell suggs and then he went to the the colts and he never really had much town to work with on defense now he's token over a defense that is almost sure to regress to the mean just because they had a sky a high turnover rate loss very few games to injury last year and cannot and fifteen percent of drives with an interception like they did last year especially especially That defense every week to make up for their offense. I felt like an if you're if you're in the situation Pagano. You're going to get blamed from their earliest part of the season. It doesn't go well. Why would I want to take over some for someone who floundered before me you come in and you look on the other hand when you have a chance to work with Cleo Max Akiem Hicks Roquan Smith Dan Danny I mean they're absolutely loaded Jackson Kyle? They are loaded and yet. I think it's a tough spot to go to for for Pagano.