35 Burst results for "Fifteen Times"
Rivalry Renewed: Red Sox Stop Slide in Bronx, Beat Yanks 5-2
"The red Sox were winners in the first of their nineteen meetings with the New York Yankees Rafael Devers banget a three run Homer in the first inning and even a faulty won his third straight start as the red Sox earned a five two victory in the Bronx Marwin Gonzalez added a two run double to help the socks and an eleven game losing streak in the Bronx since June two thousand nineteen of all the blank his former team until the sixth he allowed one earned run and eight hits over six frames including Aaron judge's solo Homer Yankees hitters struck out fifteen times for by Gary Sanchez I'm Dave Ferrie
Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes: Who will win Super Bowl LV?
"Well patrick mahomes is going for his second straight super bowl in already has plenty of game winning. Drive experience on the flip side. Is tom brady. Who's going for his seventh super bowl win ten trips and has the most experienced leading a team to victory in lake game. Super bowl drives so shannon. Who would you rather have on the final drive to win the game mahomes or brady skjei bile understand. Tom brady the understand what he's accomplished. I understand how great he's been for such a long time. But if you tell me right now. I'm going to take patrick mahomes. He's the best player in the game and he's been in these big moments before three double digit comeback last year. One in the super bowl had a nine point comeback fisher in which you won the game and in the postseason this year. Patrick mahomes had the ball fifteen times. He's punted once. He's turned it over none seven touchdowns four field goals midfield goal in to. Neil doubt. that's what he's done. This postseason so i understand brady historic and would like you. Say it's six touchdown. Six bolt with six game winning drives and a lot of those the super bowl but are some afc championship game there. Some some regular. Some playoff games and tom brady has been great but given where mahomes right now and what he's capable of doing. I feel very comfortable entrusting him. This is okay. So you're ready to take the keys. Get on the interstate and dry for yourself. So i'm gonna take patrick mahomes
Learning to Speak the Language of Your Clients with Kim Doughty
"You know. A lot of agencies will have an intake form you know where they're trying to collect the information before they even get to that first conversation. What has historically worked best for you. Do you cheer points. Like i can imagine. The conversation is when you establish that. I'm talking about language sort of thing. Do you have a form that speaks their language as well or do you wait for the conversation and the meeting to really get everything that you need I've seen at work a bunch of ways whether that's Being started out from the sales guy. Who's trying to get that lead and starting those initial conversations to Doing it a giving them. You know forms ahead of time and waiting for them to fill them out and just doing them in the meeting itself. honestly i think that it kind of depends on how your team is organized. So if you have a sales team. That's really attuned to the services that you offer and they have a list of questions that they should always be act asking clients in order to at least like validate the quality of their leaves before they go through with the sales process. That's a great place to start and then You know. Ideally those forms are things that both the client and our agency is able to edit so if we happen to already have the answer we can just put that in there. If there's anything that's left hanging we can ask them to answer. That and sometimes clients are not really good at paperwork or even like respond to emails. You just have to get them on the phone and ask them point blank. What the answer is but You know anything that is left off from that initial sales process. I usually would probably expect to get those answered in the initial meeting when they're meeting that account manager assuming that you know this is a completely new client from the very beginning and that Usually gives us more nuance anyway. You know when a when a client writes down an answer sometimes. Just like oh. I don't know where my goal is to grow. It doesn't always give you the information that you really need to move forward and asking those questions and making them actually think off the top of their head and explain More thoroughly is a lot more valuable than trying to get them to you. Know pull their hair out. Trying to answer a list of questions on google form or just a google doc. At and that's interesting too. Like getting clients to articulate when they might not be either a speaking. Your speaker be like really forthcoming with like not even knowing what they want water. Some of the ways you'll percent like. How do you tease out the information that you need from the client especially if they're not as normally susceptible to to make any details on you so Your question is how am. I getting my questions answered. If they don't necessarily know how to communicate that is that right yet. Essence Sometimes a lot sometimes. It's a matter of giving examples Especially if if you're an agency that kind of has a focus on a particular industry or you've worked with that industry before I've had examples of like. Oh well we have a client of a similar size to you or perhaps a little bit bigger. That has this goal or is doing this or is putting this level of budget towards their marketing. Based on you know the amount of revenue that they get per year And sometimes our i mean at the end of the day like if they really don't know That is kind of our job to give them our best recommendations based on our our expertise having been doing this for other clients for however long. We're doing it so At the end of the day like if they don't know they don't know what they don't know and If it's a matter of giving examples if you think they are on the edge of finding an answer and they just need some help. That's great. If not i always go for will. Here's what i would. Here's what i would do in your situation. Is that a red flag or a green flag for you and do we want to continue moving forward with that. Speaking of red flags and green flags. What are some of your favorite types of clients like when you're meeting them. Okay i'm gonna love working with this individual versus ones where you're like okay. This is i. Just i turn my hair on already in. It's ten minutes in well. I don't want to say what i don't like about clients that our i'll focus on On some green flags so I had a client wants who the first time we ever met him. He brought starbucks frappuccino. Is everyone on the team and he was. I know that's always a good hint when they're like just ready to hang out and be relaxed At the same time being a little too lax sometimes is a client that is difficult to get a hold of and make decisions but generally People who are there because they know they don't know all the answers And are truly looking for advice. is often a really good client to have because it You know assuming that your agency is giving them the best recommendations that you possibly can. It becomes a really positive partnership. Understanding that You know they needed help. And you provided as much as you can And then of course when they're really prompts with providing deliverables or or you know approving of deliverables. Mix our jobs a lot. Easier you know at the end of the day like we're not magicians and i think that sometimes like a thing. We have to manage with clients where they're like. Well you're the you're the seo person like why am. I not showing up when i search this fifteen times a day in the search bar You know understanding that things take time in like understanding that It doesn't appear out of nowhere from from content. That has just been written or anything like that like it's always helpful when Some understanding i mean obviously like a client. That's understanding is usually someone that we like to work with.
Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers
"Apple introduced several new max powered by the revolutionary m. One the first family of chips designed by apple specifically for the mac. Apple's most powerful chip ever made 'em one transforms the mack experience with its industry leading. Performance per watt. Together with mcelwain. big sur. m one delivers up to three point. Faster cpu up to six times. A graphics processing unit up to fifteen times faster machine learning or commonly referred to as m. l. capabilities and battery life up to two times longer than before in with emlyn and big sur users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for mac with amazing performance and remarkable new features the new lineup of 'em power. Macs are available to order. Today tim cook. Apple's ceo said the introduction of three new max featuring apples breakthrough 'em on chip represents a ball change. That was years in the making and marks a truly historic day for the mac and for apple. M one is by far the most powerful chip we've ever created and combined with big sur delivers mind blowing performance extrordinary battery life and access to more software and apps than ever before. We can't wait for our customers to experience. This new generation of mac and we have no doubt it will help them continue to change. The world finished cook. Let's now delve deeper into each of the new devices. Starting with the thin and light. Mac book air macbook. Air is apple's most popular mac and the world's best selling thirteen inch notebook with 'em one chip macbook. Air speeds do everything from editing family photos to sporting videos for the web. The powerful eight core. Cpu performs times faster than the previous generation with up to an eight core. Jeff graphics are up to five times faster the biggest leap for macbook air so immersive graphics intensive games run a significantly higher frame rates l. Workloads are up tough nine times faster so apps that use l. based features like face recognition or object detection can do it in a fraction of the time the one chip storage controller and latest flash technology deliver up to two times faster. Ssd performance so previewing. Massive images or importing. Large files is faster than ever and in mac book air. M one is faster than chips. In ninety percent of pc laptops sold in the past year with the industry leading power efficiency of 'em one macbook air also delivers performance in a fan. Less design which means no matter what users are doing it remains completely silent and the new back book air features extraordinary battery life with up to fifteen hours of wireless web browsing up to eighteen hours of video playback longest buried life ever on a mac book air when compared to the previous generation. The m one power. Mac book can export a project for the web with. I move up to three times faster. Integrate three d. effects in video in final. Click pro up to five times faster for the first time play. Back and edit multiple streams of full quality for k pro res- video in final cut pro without dropping a frame export photos from lightroom up to twice as fast us amal based features like smart conform in final cut pro to intelligently frame a clip up to four point three times faster watch movies and tv shows up to eighteen hours of battery life the longest ever on a mac book air and extend facetime and other video calls for up to twice as long on a single charge other new features and macbook. Air include. apple's latest image signal processor or isp in the am on chip which improves camera. Image quality with better noise reduction greater dynamic range and improved auto white balance and m. l. enhanced face detection so users look their best during video calls support for p. three wide color results then even more vibrant true-to-life redneck display
Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers
"Apple introduced several new max powered by the revolutionary m. One the first family of chips designed by apple specifically for the mac. Apple's most powerful chip ever made 'em one transforms the mack experience with its industry leading. Performance per watt. Together with mcelwain. big sur. m one delivers up to three point. Faster cpu up to six times. A graphics processing unit up to fifteen times faster machine learning or commonly referred to as m. l. capabilities and battery life up to two times longer than before in with emlyn and big sur users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for mac with amazing performance and remarkable new features the new lineup of 'em power. Macs are available to order. Today tim cook. Apple's ceo said the introduction of three new max featuring apples breakthrough 'em on chip represents a ball change. That was years in the making and marks a truly historic day for the mac and for apple. M one is by far the most powerful chip we've ever created and combined with big sur delivers mind blowing performance extrordinary battery life and access to more software and apps than ever before. We can't wait for our customers to experience. This new generation of mac and we have no doubt it will help them continue to change. The world finished cook. Let's now delve deeper into each of the new devices. Starting with the thin and light. Mac book air macbook. Air is apple's most popular mac and the world's best selling thirteen inch notebook with 'em one chip macbook. Air speeds do everything from editing family photos to sporting videos for the web. The powerful eight core. Cpu performs times faster than the previous generation with up to an eight core. Jeff graphics are up to five times faster the biggest leap for macbook air so immersive graphics intensive games run a significantly higher frame rates l. Workloads are up tough nine times faster so apps that use l. based features like face recognition or object detection can do it in a fraction of the time the one chip storage controller and latest flash technology deliver up to two times faster. Ssd performance so previewing. Massive images or importing. Large files is faster than ever and in mac book air. M one is faster than chips. In ninety percent of pc laptops sold in the past year with the industry leading power efficiency of 'em one macbook air also delivers performance in a fan. Less design which means no matter what users are doing it remains completely silent and the new back book air features extraordinary battery life with up to fifteen hours of wireless web browsing up to eighteen hours of video playback longest buried life ever on a mac book air
David Biello: Moving The Dial On Climate Change
"Climate. Change is a problem so vast affecting so many people in so many different ways that it's hard to know what we should do which solutions we should focus on which efforts can truly dial back global warming because the fact is we are running out of time to make the changes. We need to stop a reputable damage to our planet but there is good news. We have the technology and science to do it. And so on the show today how we can build a zero emissions future this global effort underway to accomplish exactly the skull having this ability in our toolkit central can't dot false and it can't be done on a very large scale guiding us through some promising and fascinating solutions is ted science curator. David yellow. david. Thank you so much for being here again. Thank you for having me back and today. You're bringing us ted speakers who are trying to save the planet from the state that we're in right. Yeah except it's More more important than that. I would say because it's not just saving the planet in fact it's not really saving the planet it saving ourselves in the planet has dealt with climate change many times before And honestly the planet will be fine our civilization if we don't act now and act quickly will not be fine and so let's start with the key number which is ten ten years. That is the amount of time that climate researchers say. We have to really turn things around. David wyatt decade. So in the next ten years we will have sort of made the decisions that will determine the climate for centuries if not millennia to come so if we really do want to keep global warming where it's already at around one degrees celsius or most one point five degrees celsius warming than we really have to act now and we have to act fast and that's where the ten years comes. Okay so let's get into some of the big ideas and solutions that can help us fight. Climate change and let's start with something that captures carbon dioxide and literally right beneath our feet swell soils just thin veil that covers the surface of land but it has the power to shape our planet's destiny the a six footer soul soil material that covers the surface represents the difference between life and likeness in the air system. And he can also help us. Combat climate change. If we can only stop treating it like david. I i gotta love these. Climate researchers who love puns soil researcher as morad asif wa bad. Hey tell us about her and why she likes to talk to her. Well you know. This is one of the reasons that people find. Climate change so daunting Soil sexy well. As marines is the answer because she has a certain passion for dirt as a soil bio geochemists and she has been studying it as a dirt. Detective the age of eighteen and soil is actually this really complex skin on the face of the earth that is responsible for life on land everything we do revolves through the soil and that's true for carbon as well you might recognize it from compost compost. You'll know that it creates kind of dark rich material and then spread it in your garden and suddenly you're tomatoes. Are that much better. That darkness that Is the carbon itself. And what the carbon does is allow the soil to retain moisture to retain minerals and other nutrients that the plants need to grow and as we all know when clan are growing their photo synthesizing and that means they're pulling co two out of the air and turning it into more plant and in some cases even bearing some of that co two for us back into the soil there is about three thousand billion metric tons of carbon in soil. That's roughly about three hundred and fifteen times. The amount of carbon that we'd released into the atmosphere currently and this twice more carbon in soil and the reason vegetation and think about that for a second. There's more carbon in soil than there is in all of the world's vegetation including the lush tropical rainforests and the giant sequoia if the expansive grasslands all of the cultivated systems and every kind of flora you can imagine on the face of the earth plus all the carbon that's currently up in the atmosphere combined and then twice over hence a very small change in the amount of carbon stored in soil can make a big difference in maintenance of the earth's atmosphere. Okay first of all had no idea that there was that much carbon under there that we're basically sitting on top of a carbon piggy-bank Correct me if. I'm wrong david but this is called carbon sequestration right and that is a good thing for soil. In addition to being good for the atmosphere it is a good thing. The problem is most of our. Agriculture is is designed in a way to extract that carbon. and what we've essentially done is overburdened. The earth's kind of natural carbon cycle it used to be that a certain amount of co two kind of moved between plants and the air and the land but then we came along and start digging up. All this varied carbon carbon that have been laid down by plants even millions of years ago in the form of coal and oil and when we burn that it releases this fossils co two. And that's extra to that had been locked away from the atmosphere for a very long time. And that's why we're kind of out of
Newton Runs For 2 TDs, Patriots Hold Off Miami Dolphins 21-11
"Let's head to Brady's former home foxborough. Cam Newton holiday outfits solid debut performance. I. Guess Canvas wanted to sneak in trying to be recognized Cam Throng for hundred and fifty five yards running fifteen times for seventy five yards and two scores. Well, things are different in new. England now Patriots using the ground game to get the week one win over the dolphins.
When Zina Speaks, You Listen
"Hi everyone welcome back to the body. Serve I'm James. I'm Jonathan. We, have something very exciting today. This is kind of a surprise episode for you all and it is something that we have never done. We have had players on the show before little cute, little ten fifteen minute segments, but we've never had a former player. Sit Down with us today. The Legend Zina garrison sat down with us for an extended chat about her career about being an African American woman and tennis about today's. Today's game and just took us through some of the highlights and some of the insight. She's gained in her illustrious career, on-court and off court. We've been hoping to get this interview for a while, but the timing really couldn't have been any better in doing it. No, because today when you're it well, it's yesterday for us today. When this episode is released will be the thirtieth anniversary to the day of ladies e making. Making the Wimbledon final in one thousand nine hundred beating Monica Selous snapping a S- Thirty six match win streak in the quarter-finals beating number one Steffi Graf in the semi-finals Steffi who had reached the previous thirteen Grand Slam finals, and then playing Martinez to love in the final. We talk about healthy Gibson. XENA had a personal relationship with her. One of the stories that you've probably heard a lot of recently. Is that out? Out the Gibson was in the locker room at Wimbledon right before that that final in one thousand, nine hundred, talking about champagne, maybe adding little pressure, but it's a amazing to see these two generations of pioneering players end up in the same police at that one moment. Zena is unfiltered. She tells you what she's thinking. She says on the show that I don't always talk often, but when I do you know it's important. Aside from her Wimbledon final which you've heard a lot about recently Zina. Garrison is an Olympic gold medalist in doubles with Pam. Shriver and one thousand, nine hundred eighty eight Seoul Games. She is the bronze medalist in singles at those same games. She made the quarterfinals or better at a major fifteen times. She won three grand. Slam mixed doubles titles to at Wimbledon One Australia fourteen time WTI tight list. She is one half of the first ever all. All black WTI final in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six ECKERD, open and the court. She was the USA team captain at the two thousand eight Olympics, she was fed cup. Coach for a number of years and the founder of the Zina Garrison. Academy, which has talked literally tens of thousands of children in Houston to play tennis. The work that Xena has done over the decades with her academy is so phenomenal, and as you can imagine, these are very. Times for all kinds of businesses let alone not for profits, and if you are able to please consider donating to Zina's academy. Zina garrison dot org and make a donation. To to help the kids in Houston continued to get such fabulous instruction free of charge, yet is important to mention perhaps as a preamble to this episode a prologue you can listen to our previous episode on Zina Garrison, which was entitled Wiggle at Legs Zeno, we do ask Xena how we got started in this interview. That's a little bit of supplemental listening. But for now here's our chat with Zina and we hope you enjoy it. Thank you so much. For chatting with us now, no, no problems China stat of this Houston Corona. We don't have it's been really bad here so I was just GonNa ask. How's everything going there? Now we're have had major spikes, so it's GonNa be interesting. So, you mostly staying inside Kinda minding your business. Yeah, not really bad allergies, too so they had the African dust here last week, so when trying to be a net again. Thanks for doing this just a little bit of a preamble as to how we were kinda hoping to do it. We're just GONNA. Run through a few things of your career and get your reaction to it possibly. A Tang into some of the stuff that we may have talked about on the previous that we did as well are you guys seem like you know me so well I. Do. Now Want WanNa. Hear it from you. You've been getting so much press this last month because of the thirtieth anniversary of your Wimbledon final. Did this catch you off guard? Yeah, did really kick me off guard for for two reasons first of all that it was. It's been thirty years like I. You know. It just blew my mind that it's been that long and then the other thing is that so many people had been talking about. Remember. When it was all happening and you know one of my friends. Even call and she's like you're. tweeting on twitter and I'm like what? And so funny because my phone have been going up but I didn't. Never really happens. I didn't really know what was going on. Sounds pretty cool, so this is the first time then that you're just minding your own business, and you're just brought back into tennis because of your career because of social media. Yeah, it's not what ends one guy from England that Chris Ghosn. He always puts stats on there, and so you know sometimes he'll you know bring? He makes me I tell him all the time. He keeps me relevant, but he comes up with these stats out of nowhere in plug. This one just kind of took off so I think because they don't have one with him right now. It's you know it's. It's an people's line because this is the time so.
Oysters, Clambakes and Grilling Run Amok
"Omar welcome to milk street. Thank you, thank you for having me It's great to have you Let's talk about your popup dinners. A called honeysuckle. Could you just describe what you serve and what the pop ups are like? The honeysuckle. It's a concept that uses food as the nucleus to explore various ideas of nuances of blackness in America specifically. And I say America specifically because. Black people in this country have. Quite quite quite the hurdle in our search identity in that many of us can't trace back our heritage. More than two grandparents ago and what a what tends to happen at least in my experience as a bike person, this country is that. People will ask me. Hey, where are you from? What is your nationality? But if I tell them that I'm just a black person, from Philadelphia, and that I'm American. That's kind of where the conversation stops. You know Africans and West Indians have a heritage. They have a flag Michael. tweet talks a lot about having a flag and his book, the cooking teen and having a flag like if you point towards the flag of Jamaica. What do you think of food? Wise? You think of oxtail. You think of rice and peas when you tell someone that you're an African American, most people only ever associate that with pain and then stereotypes. Under the American flag. So honeysuckle to me is. ME. Generating a flag for myself. It's not it's not just pain. Pain is pain as always there, but there were plenty of joys as well. You write poetry and you were to poem. Call folger's which. I of read fifteen times since I. So, could you just read that? Because I I'm not gonNA. Read your poem. You're GonNa have to read your. Sure folders soldiers is is one of my favorite ones I don't write love. poems often, but. Can we have coffee. I mean like really. Can we put down our words and swallow our breasts and hints of Cocoa Cinnamon and clove. Can I stare into your Brown eyes while the do of God washes over your face by our window next to the lips. Disturbs spoons course in our hearts, just black. Don't sugar neither. Only you and silk from Madrid to toews. FRIZZ, baby hairs and a t shirt. That now belongs to us. Can we have it until it's done. Can we fill our empty coffee bean with Greece Double Fryer chicken forever? Fabulous, Really I'm really glad that you like that bomb. Could you just? Explain a little bit about it. Yeah, But I'm not sure if you remember the commercial, the best part of waking up as folger's in your cup. And people who are in a relationship, the person that you love is the best part of Waking Up. When you when you wake up and you, you see that person next to you. and so in this in this poem, the car the coffee the STIMULI IS IS PARTNER You've had a very successful career. You ended up doing these pop ups. Something really believed in now. You're essentially back home. In Philadelphia you say there isn't much in my room, but a mattress leaning Bookshelf Eucalyptus plant that I found in a public flowerpot. It's Blue Gray and brings joy when the days are down so. What happens next you know? I, wrote the and I know soundly somber I think. The the communist comes from everything coming to a screeching halt, it was huge full. Stop at around March fifteenth when when I moved to Philadelphia, but all the. Things that I was doing prior to this pandemic. Was All leading me back to Philadelphia, and so I'm I'm in the place where I'm supposed to be. What's next is what I WANNA do is open. honeysuckle here the art that I do create. Speaks to the African American community and I would like to spread that over several different. Avenues such as a grocer, a coffee space, and still do dinners, but have it be a community center. The idea in the past was to open honeysuckle downtown, but What I want to do now is bring down to hood like that's. I would love to see the economy spread outward into into the pockets of those who need it. If you look forward five or ten years. In take a best case scenario. What would you like to see happen as a result of what we're going through now? What would be the best case for you? In terms of community or the way people think about food and culture. Restaurants were never about food. And I think that people. Don't understand that restaurants were always about people people I that needed food. So if we can. Start looking at that again. Everything else will fall into
Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett rank among the greatest Basketball Hall of Fame classes
"Okay Kobe Bryant is one of four players inducted into the basketball hall of fame Bryant was posthumously elected into the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame in his first year of eligibility he his thirteen year old daughter Chiana and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash back in January Brian played his entire twenty year career with the Los Angeles Lakers was an eighteen time NBA all star and is the fourth leading all time scorer in league history he's joined by former spurs star Tim Duncan who won five titles with San Antonio fifteen time all star Kevin Garnett who won a title with the Celtics in two thousand eight and four time Olympic gold medalist in twenty twelve W. NBA champion to Micah Catchings all four will be enshrined in
Tiger Woods still out with stiff back, will miss Arnold Palmer Invitational
"Tiger Woods still not ready to return to playing golf his agent tells ESPN that the fifteen time major champion will skip next week's Arnold Palmer invitational at bay hill with a stiff back woods had back stiffness two weeks ago at the genesis invitational and opted not to play in last week's WGC Mexico
Woods takes 3rd straight week off by skipping Bay Hill
"Tiger Woods still not ready to return to playing golf his agent tells ESPN that the fifteen time major champion will skip next week's Arnold Palmer invitational at bay hill with a stiff back woods had back stiffness two weeks ago at the genesis invitational and opted not to play in last week's WGC match sako championship to
Astronomers discover the biggest explosion in space since the Big Bang
"Astronomers have detected what they describe as the biggest known explosion in the universe since the Big Bang the blast came from a supermassive black in a galaxy hundreds of millions of light years away and was so powerful it plunged to ten to fifteen times the size of our own galaxy into the surrounding fabric of space professor Melanie Johnson Holly was pulled to the team that detected the giant explosion she said the discovery was made possible by advances in radio telescope technology this object was actually observed with the Chandra X. ray telescope by previous time and they stole this bubble in the hot pics replacement in the center of this galaxy cluster and they said well this company from one of these energetic out this because it would be enormous disco would be unthinkable answer they dismissed that possibility but we went back and we observed it with low frequency radio telescopes and discovered that Steve's cavities filled with radio
How does music influence your workout?
"For many as we've known that music has impacted us in numerous different ways. It captures attention like in films when a jump scares approaching it can trigger a sense of or range of emotions building a sense of anticipation it can ultra regulate our mood. It can increase our work. Output it can even induce states higher functioning and much more. It's also been found to have an ogre. Genyk fact Menia can help increase exercise performance. It can delay fatigue and accounting crease. Power and strength. Caffeine is another ugly genyk substance that's been proven to be quite effective by many sports scientists. It's really difficult to understand what it is about music. That may be helping us to work out harder if it does this atoll. Ginette Bicknell in her article for psychology. Day writes that. It's hard to know whether it's the internal characteristics the music such as the tempo the rhythm and so on or fits the external features such as the personal or cultural associations that the musical scene carries the regardless of what it is about the music the overall impression given by this research is highly positive when music is used before athletic activity it has been shown to increase arousal to facilitate relevant imagery and to improve the performance of simple tasks. It can increase physical capacity improve. Your energy efficiency and influential moved on one such study which backs this up was called the effect of Music Tempo on exercise performance on heart rate among young adults. Now this study psalm. Twenty five young men and twenty five women. He will untrained in the sense they want experienced athletes on the study found that music helped to increase that total exercise duration. So why might music Viagra Genetic Whoa? Several studies found the music benefits. Performance by reducing perceived exertion for example study published in the social and applied psychology of music. Found that music distracts from pain and Jud during exercise for competing sensory stimuli. Because it's easy to forget about this pain. All the fatigue you're experiencing what assume you're listening to is distracting you however there's also a study. The effects of music on work rate distribution during cycling time trial on this study found the opposite to be true. They had sixteen physically. Active participants. Perform two ten K. Time trials on cycle Goma's to different conditions. One group played without without music on the other with trump's music playing out now the group listening to music don't average improvement of twenty two seconds to percents explained mostly by an increase in the first three K. Author Ten K. But interestingly enough ratings of perceived exertion will consistently higher for all the time trial where music was playing with the research saying cycle speeds and proceed exertion would both higher during the music trial suggesting that participants were working hard during the music trial but they were fully aware. They were doing so. What's more other studies found that the power of music has definite limits while music can hamper physiological feedback knows at moderate levels of intensity. It is markedly less effective. When you're performing exercise at higher intensity it does not reduce perceptions of exertion exercise pushing themselves beyond that anaerobic threshold point at which Latin cast begins. Trip accumulates in the bloodstream. One possible explanation is that a high levels of intensity the body's physical feedback dominate the nervous system so destruction by any means actually more difficult to achieve also music seems a great to lesser trained exercises. Those who have less experience when it comes to health and fitness and this could be because trained oboe competitive athletes tend to work higher levels of intensity so there is some conflicting evidence there on what is going on that makes music of genetic on will definitely be interesting to see this space developed and I think personal preference also comes into play in this so when I think about it I can actually understand what the study is saying. That more experienced athletes actually have few benefits from music when compared to untrained athletes. I have a good friend. That is a very solid medium to long distance runner who is consistently puts out sub one fifteen times for half marathon which is very good considering the the amount of training does he is stopped listening to music altogether to allow him to focus on his breathing and he's found. This has helped him increases times. Just a more comfortable pace for example walls quite often. We hear less experienced athlete. Say that they want to try and run to the beat of a fast paced track. For example. Are they believe it helps them? Pick up the pace and the two thousand and six thirty. On that's in less experienced runners. Whilst listening to fast paced music participants increase the pace and distance traveled when on a treadmill and there is some truth in this as well. But obviously as you progress that you might find it is just listen to the signs or your body is actually giving you regardless. I think all continue to keep listening to music from my workouts based on my personal preference now. I think it makes me before. Recent studies have also share that participants. Who listened to music that they deemed pleasing hot higher levels of Serotonin which is obviously the feel good hormone so when you're approaching your workout listening to a song you go into a feeling better. Psyching himself up on an overall good moves how I want to workout so again. 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I Run Out of Things to Say - Jason Bay
"You're listening to daily sales tips. PODCAST I'm your host Scott. Ingram this is going to be the last time that we get to hear a great prospecting tip from Jason Bay at blissful prospecting for awhile because he's getting ready to launch his own podcast here. He is with his final tip for now cadences or sequences. As they're called with outreach. I Os Platform is essentially a series of touches. That you can use to get a hold of a prospect so there's outbound sequences and Keynes's inbound sequences in cadences. I want to talk to you about outbound. And the reason why this is a really relevant thing is that it typically when we work with companies. I tell them that you need to reach out to the prospect ten to fifteen times over the period of thirty forty five days and usually get a lot of concerns and and number one concern hail rented it things to say. Number two is all. Aren't we GONNA be bugging the prospect and number three is. I don't want to be a spinner and these are all legitimate concerns concerns but the reality is that most sales people might call once or twice send one or two emails and then they give up an avid theory on why this happens and I want to share why. It's really important to not quit after three or four times. Even if you're doing it outbound sequence where the person did not sign up to hear from you. The first theory I have of it is fear of persistence in the best way that I could describe. This is through ad campaigns. And if you think about really popular companies like Nike and whatnot. A lot of the studies that with ad campaigns is that we need to see an ad seven to ten plus times. The rule of seven is a really good one to us but we need to see get seven to ten plus times before acting in. It doesn't matter if it's a well known brand like ninety or bringing that you've never heard of so the takeaway there is that most of us don't have the brand recognition. Shen of accompany length. Thank you for listening to this. So it's not normal for a prospect to respond to your first few touches if you think of your outbound sequence like a highly targeted personalized ad campaign you approach it a lot. Different so now it becomes. How can create enough intrigue for this person to respond to this email ordering answer the phone own. So just keep in mind that if someone doesn't respond they don't respond to ad campaigns from really well known companies. Either see gotta be persistent the secondary theory. I have and this is a lot of what people have shared with me is. Hey I have nothing left to say. What do I say if I got to reach out to the person ten fifteen times so the action and hear that you can focus on is not blowing all of your talking points in bullet point form in your first email. The big mistake I see. Sales teams make is that I.. E Mail has three to five points. And it's all their value props all the challenges they fix. It's this huge long winded email and leaves them with nothing else to say when they follow out. So what you can do is come up with two to three. A strong value. Props are talking points that address. What your prospect wants to accomplish and then challenges. That might get in the way of them doing that and then you're going to spread read it out throughout the sequence sequences and Kane is. There's no magic formula but a way that you can approach. This is if I have three talking points so talking point it is something around saving time and you want it to obviously be more specific than that. But I'm just be something very generic we could talk about saving money and then for us we might use. WHO's the third one might be increasing response rates. Let's say by doing something with your cold emails. So that I talking point that I e mail is only going to talk about the value props associated with saving saving money and then any challenges associated with that. And then you're gonNA call the person and your value prop that you're gonNA lead within the challenge that you're going to talk about is around saving. Money can help people do that. The second email. Let's say the person doesn't pick up or respond to the first couple of outreaches that third touch. So you've already done a phone touch in an email. Touch is at third touch is going to be an email with a really short follow up might say any thoughts or might say hey forgotten which we have a case study with a company. That's very similar two years and I wanted to share for this reason. So That's three touches right there and then you can add a fourth tach connecting with someone on Lincoln and just sending a connection request. So there's four touches this with two emails one phone call in Lincoln a message. All centered around that I talking point sets four touches for for one talking point. Multiply that by three twelve touches with three talking points. So don't blow all your talking points in that. First he most of you have something else to say when you follow up and make sure to spread it out through the cadence and you won't run out of things to talk about.
DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso
"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big
What is Hydrotherapy and How Does It Work?
"What is hydrotherapy. So by definition in hydrotherapy is really the use of water to relieve discomfort and promote physical wellbeing. It's a therapeutic whole body treatment that involves moving being an exercising and water and doing physiotherapy basically in a pool and hydrotherapy techniques particularly the alternating of immersing yourself in hot and in Copenhagen are becoming increasingly popular as an aide to recovery so we discussed before needs episodes cryotherapy. So I don't want to look too much into that or into the process of alternates between hot and cold. Water already. Zone is semi therapy so using heated pools physiotherapy. hydrotherapy can help us cut from injury not performing simply size in waters. And that's the key focus of this episode so hydrotherapy. Pools quite often heated to accountable temperature of around eighty five to ninety Fahrenheit. Then also he takes over the artist. poolside of therapy Kinda just being a normal pool of also body of water doing simple exercises to aid recovery bots quite of a heated and the pools can also induce gentle control. Move into the water. which gives you the opportunity to steadily progress in one treatment regime Asia and the principle behind why sometimes heated is the one for the wars can relax muscle spasms which are commonly found in close proximity to the area of pain away? You've had your injury so the reasonably Kurds. Because these contribute towards providing an unstable environment for the body and this helps strengthen our stabiliser muscles which we don't often train in the gym Yelstin instead of doing fixed machine weights this is why we often do free weights because it activates these stabiliser muscles better as well. And there's turbulence can provide a resistance resistance movement which helps and strengthening weak musculature and help him promote balance and coordination which may be in pad. After all injuries so hydrotherapy can be very effective. Windy and helping to rehabilitate injuries. Such as damaged ligaments strengthening muscle after surgery for example because he can support or aching muscles and hell es he's all movements as opposed to a mere on land. The water offers support for damage joints and ligaments on its enables mobility. That might be too painful for us to do when we're not it's in a pool. It's a low impact workout that yields high impact results with less join strache muscle fatigue and Leon further injury. It also can help eliminate anxiety exciting fear of sexually falling over because I know to mental battling for an injury as well quite often your brain will say I can't do this or or prevent you from doing anything in in case you make your injury worse but water can sort of ease since. It by providing support and this often enables improved relaxation on flexibility of the limbs because getting that full range of motion and mobility back enjoy. Your body is very important to let the tissue heal properly but if I'm a mental state is stopping appears doing this. Then we're limiting recovery and win amazing. How quickly we can get back to full health vol of our body? The twice affective lies really in three principles holds water with these being piracy pressure buoyancy and viscosity to the buoyancy. Water provides means for less wait. We have to back so stretching out tight muscles becomes Z. Z.. At because the buoyancy helps us improve range of motion and up the pressure. We exert on knots. Landing in allows us to talk moving back into the joint without that added stress said buoyancy helps higher static pressure is the weight of water against US said when someone gets in water creates a uniform support system for all the immersed forty pause on this support around forty from all different sides and the deep you go the greater the support and it can help. Reduce swelling can improve your circulation which we know was he that brings more oxygenated blood glucose to the muscles to aid recovery on it can diminish soreness due to lactic acid reduction and again it's providing less joint stress and the scarcity of water is the resistance against the person on this resistance can be up to fifteen times higher than would be on land again with vouchers as much impact on the ligament or joint muscle so this allows you to strengthen muscles that might have been weakened with Again putting too much force onto it is worth mentioning as well therapy. which is a mess yourselves in heated pools raise the body temperature increasing blood flow around the circulatory system and said alleviating pain the Experienced Master dilation. So blood vessels start to widen on this. One term will help hill injured tissues and rehabilitates muscles as I said from the more oxygenated blood glucose going to the muscles Hydra therapies also have been shown to help reduce stress by helping to reduce blood pressure caused by of course oh release and you'll know from previous episode about Cortisol Dot. It's often called stress hormone. So as you can see from this discussion hydrotherapy again. It's very surface level fitting timeframes. blots water-based vizier become provided provided very safe environment for those trying to progress through the different phases of rehabilitation and can help us increase our range of motion with less stress in a low impact environment. So I strongly strongly suggest speaking to your doctor and see hydrotherapy could benefit you
Jimmy Kimmel ditched his studio audience for a somber tribute to Kobe
"Jimmy Kimmel. Who does this show from here in L. A. had coby on his show fifteen times times and was so affected By the accident and by his death that he decided to send the studio audience home last night he did not have a studio the audience and he opened his show by saying this. Hi I'm Jimmy Kimmel and tonight show is going to be different from our usual. We'll show we don't have a studio audience here tonight because going forward with a comedy show didn't feel right considering what happened yesterday. So I'd like to speak to you. Directly we as you undoubtedly know Koby Bryant and his daughter Jonah and seven of their friends were killed in a helicopter crash yesterday here in Los Angeles and that was a punch in the gut for many of us. Kobe was and I know this might not make sense but he was just the last person you could ever imagine something like this happening to. He was so strong and handsome and smart and energetic he was a hero. And when I say that I don't mean hero like real heroes like firefighters or doctors and nurses who actually save lives. I don't mean to compare what he did for a living moving to what they do. I know there are more important. Things have basketball. Almost everything is more important but Kobe was a hero in the way. Superman is a hero. He was so big. It was almost like he was a fictional character. A real life superhero with a costume and everything walking amongst us. Those of us. Who Love the Lakers? No it seemed like he always came through. He always showed up to save the day he wanted to save the day. He had a force of will will. He never gave up as an athlete. He was incredibly gifted more than almost anyone. He was talented beyond reasoning. Yet he worked harder than everyone. He work harder than people with much less talented he had. He took his job and his pursuit of excellence so seriously he was completely dedicated to being as good as he possibly could be which is inspiring to anyone who does anything and we loved him because of that but we also loved him because he was ours we watched him grow up here he came to La when he was a teenager and unlike almost every other superstar athlete he never left in his twenty year career he will only wear to uniforms. Forums for the Lakers and for the United States Olympic team. There were times when it seemed like he would leave but he didn't he stayed until the end and e someone almost everyone in. This city loved not just Lakers fans. Everyone would light up when they saw myself. Many times he was special he was a special person a great basketball player for sure but more than that he had so many interests outside of sports he was intensely curious he would call people. He admired to interview them. Business leaders writers inventors. He was always learning always improving hunger for that when he was injured when he tore his Achilles. I sent him a book and he to my surprise prize's read it and then called me to discuss it in maniacal detailing want to know everything about it and then I was like. I don't know Kobe. I didn't write it. I just bought the book and I had to put them in touch with the guy who wrote the book and that's what he was like. I'd many conversations Kobe off of television and they always involved his daughter's water's always you. Once retired for basketball his life revolved around their lives. He was very proud of them. He loved being a father when my son had heart surgery he he checked in with me repeatedly he made a point once. Billy my son was out of the hospital to meet him. He wanted to meet him and from time to time. You check in to see how he was doing and yes I know he was not a perfect person. I understand that a my intention is not to canonize him or or make judgements about things. I don't know anything about but I will say he loved this family. He worked very hard and he brought a lot of joy to a lot of people in this city. And we're going to miss him and I hope you'll pray for his daughter Jonah. And for their mother Vanessa for the three girls. Kobe left behind lost their father and their sister and his friends were on that flight. Within the Altobelli Family Christina mousers family. Chester family are as a buy-in the pilot. I can't imagine how much they are missed. This was a terrible loss for those families and the Lakers for Kobe teammates fans. It's just there's no silver lining here. It's it's all bad. It's all sad. He was a bright light. And that's how I wanNA remember him and you're hitting all sorts of reactions like this Carmelo Anthony any now. Just put up an instagram post. Chris Paul put up an instagram posts. I think people are starting people who have been able to utter a word the last two days. We've seen Lebron last night now. Carmelo and C. P. Three today read part of the Carmelo. Anthony Post he says I hate when I have so much to say but I can't put any of it into words the times I have the most to say are the Times that I can't talk. I'm screaming inside but I can't be heard you don't know how hard it is to pretend to smile when I have these clouds of emotions you you just called me and told me you were coming to the game Friday and that you were proud of me so colby colby had talked to Carmelo and was planning to be at the game Friday night
"fifteen times" Discussed on WJR 760
"The Michigan association broadcasters a great honor. And I just want to repeat how proud we are of that. But I'm mostly proud that our station WJR was once again named the station of the year. How many times that happened? Chris. You looked it up fifteen times. Now, Chris isn't listening to me. Fifteen times we've been station of the year. Hello, Chris Christie would Frank producer? Welcome to the doing here today. Welcome to the best morning show radio. Yeah. This was I think let me just pull it up here since two thousand this is our fifteenth time winning station of the year. Nets. Awesome. I mean that that's something to be proud of. It really speaks to the talent. That's here. Well, it speaks to that. But you know, what else it does? I really mean this I'm not trying to just blow smoke here. But it also tells us that that our listeners demand enough of us that they improve our performance, and that's absolutely true. Absolutely. Because you know, if we don't do a good job people aren't gonna listen and be because they do listen and continually call in and have ideas in the lichen challenge us, you know, that that's what that's what makes it all. Well, we've got the most informed audience. We've got the most generous audience, but we've got the smartest audience. Yeah. I mean, they they really right. Like, you mentioned they keep us on our toes. You bet they demand a high. Product from I level of they have. Yeah. Yes threshold there, and we're awfully proud when whenever big awards like the well, the biggest is the words the Michigan association of broadcasters. You can't get any bigger than that. And again, if you missed it earlier WJR named the station of the year, major market station of the year in Michigan for the fifteenth time decay fingers news department collected four awards we had seventeen little awards given out the Mitch Albom show best in category for weekday broadcast personality or team guy Gordon show a merit award in the same same category. The Warren Pierce show America award for same category on the weekends. Best play by play with lions football with Dan, Miller and Lomas Brown. Our show is named best morning show. Just all sorts of great awards that were so proud of. And and we thank all of you in our audience for keeping a sharper making us. Do the job for you. And I just can't tell you what it means. We've got some sports talk coming up. We're going to get your phone calls later on final hour of the show eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven the lineup. Coming is the golf show with Todd Smith, the founder of the Michigan golf show out at the suburban collection showplace. It gets underway tomorrow. And I I I don't know how many years have been asked to be there. But I can't wait. I've been asked began and this time we'll be at the treetops chipping contest. This is going to be a big show. What is more chipping? Contest are the sales rep for this. Mikey Pierce was here earlier and by the way. He's still hasn't got me. My parking pass. His oh, just talk. You weigh in. Sure. Okay. No. I'm just kidding. But at any rate. These bring your own clubs because going to be like fifty to seventy yards. This isn't just chipping. These are half wedge shots that we're going to be hitting. And they got a whole the entire whole setup there. Inside the the golf show, and this is really cool, the golf, you know, they sell clubs there. They so golf balls there. This is where I discovered bender golf gloves, which are really phenomenal. They have great designs on them. You can get outrageous designs like skull-and-crossbone. So you can get American flags just about anything. And they they're really nice golf clubs the last awhile and their firm gripped, and so I really like him. And I I discovered them there at the golf show. So at any rate bender will be there as well, along with all the major golf courses from here in Michigan all the golf resorts and you can testing hit clubs there. I mean, it's just it's the best of the best golf show around. It really is. And I hope you'll find time this weekend to make it out there. Usually, they they have the largest crowds while they have golfing type weather, we've got sunshine, but I don't think you can call this golfing type weather right now, so close. Yeah. I hope the turn out is great. Because so many people have cabin fever, by the way last hour. I've got to correct something. I said, okay. And I said the the word inference when I asked Pete Luisito if he was inferring that the the. Tax increase on gas was too much etcetera etcetera. Karen, remember, exactly what it was. But I said are you inferring this? And that is incorrect, I should have said are you implying because when you're making a statement, you are implying you're implicating something and the inferences drawn by the person listening. So I made that mistake and shouldn't have made it and there goes broadcast personality morning personality the air for next year out the window just like that. Well, maybe I can make up for it. I got a few months. The the show goes on though, Todd Smith under the Michigan golf show is coming up..
"fifteen times" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Is Keith. Everybody I happy Valentine's Day, but one sweetheart to another sweetheart love, you love you baby. I love you too. So many layers of goodness there. The fact that it's Mr. t the fact that he says Valentine day. Are you aware of how his his? Extraordinarily large number of chains. Kind of thing. Got started. Maybe later when we played clip again play like fifteen times today. I hope that should be our plan. An Iranian spy got caught. She gave a whole bunch of our most important secrets to Iran, including out outing some undercover US agents. She should be executed you like ransom much. How about we treat? You the way they treat you in Iran. Perfect. Heck of flip the switch. But that story later. Yeah. Yeah. Meg. You can Email us bag at Armstrong and Getty dot com. Among our themes this morning apropos nothing correspondence that used me. And may amuse you it's gonna the idea first of all rich in Salt Lake City. You compiles the shower thoughts works each and every week said shared a clip from your show with my wife the other day about Valentine's Day gift ideas, that I have no recollection whatsoever doing this in years past but. What are the ideas was bacon bouquet? And she made one for me. Thanks now. We did talk about how their regular flowers are kind of going out of style. Yeah. That looks good. Several strips of bacon just arrayed vertically as the stems of the roses, then of bunch of rolled up slices of bacon that look like the Rosebud food bouquets are taken off part of it is just changing times part of it is I think I think the flower people gouged this for too long. And allowed an alternate.
"fifteen times" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hard. It's going to get his, but when PJ took control green score the amount of threes that they've made a belief thirteen combined. You know, that's a tough one to overcome. I don't know if you've run out of plans or if anybody in the league as a plan, but how do you defend James harden? I mean, everybody's tried everything. Yeah. I think really the only thing you can try to get the ball of his hands. And we did that at times tonight. We did it effectively other times we didn't do it as effectively as you would wish. But he's a great player. He can score. Anytime. He gets to the foul line fifteen times at six threes. And he gets fourteen assist. So is probably the hardest guy in the NBA to guard. And let's be honest all the rule changes that are in place. Always stay with the offense. So makes it even that much harder for defense. But you know, that's no excuse. It's the same for everybody. And I thought Tory tried Gary tried me tried everybody tried, but he's an MVP for reason. And he showed at once again tonight, you reinserted Paul Millsap, and Gary however said you're starting lineup for you happy with their performance. Yeah. Really good start. You know, it's funny. You know, you go back to the last time we played them at home tonight. It really comes down to one quarter. You know, I think tonight we win the first we win the third the fourth quarter as close wasn't that decisive? Second quarter, the escorts by twelve was the same thing at our place. It's a close game they close out that third quarter on a big run. And that was the difference in that game. So to beat a team like Houston on their home court. You gotta play forty eight minutes, you gotta play clean. And obviously you got to do a bit much job of defending the three coach. Do you believe in the notion that this is just a tough match-up for your personnel and your team? No my first year here, we accept them. So, you know, last year every game down here was a blow out from the first quarter on and that wasn't the case tonight. It was a game. Like, I said seven point game going into the fourth quarter. So I I don't buy into that notion. I know that we can compete with this team. And once again for three quarters in both games, we've been even.
"fifteen times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We'll take a fantastic woman won the two thousand eighteen Oscar for best foreign language film and yellow Vega was the first transgender person in history to present at the Academy Awards and you'll be able to see her in two thousand nineteen in the upcoming new adaptation of armistead Maupin's tales of the city a mini series on Netflix. Anybody who's even watched the Academy Awards knows there's a lot that goes into a movie besides acting and directing once shooting ends the jobs for a lot of the crew are just beginning income the editors and Foley recording artists in color graders and lots more with so many separate collaborators along the way means that little mistakes can get made which is in the picture or in the audio or continuity. So before they send any new movie theaters or release a remastered version of some old TV show producers want to make sure that the final cut is absolutely perfect. And the only way to do that is to have somebody watch it and watch it again. And again, I watch transformers to at least fifteen times. Star. Check watched every episode multiple times to enterprise, gaps in multiple languages. Come on, captain, James code commander, captain.
"fifteen times" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"This. An a particular. This John went to the head one hundred fifteen times he went to the body thirty seven he went to the legs sixty five at fourteen forty five last week. I said if you go back, and do you watch the first and second Cormie fights, he still favored certain things that he had a more balanced attack. There was more balanced between the body and the leg will lo and behold, what did we find out? Here. Look at this. Lazy gentlemen, like clockwork? John Jones is on top here. How about that? Fifty two to the head because he still favors that twenty two the body twenty eight to the leg almost negligible difference. And then fifteen in eighteen in terms of how they landed in the first fight. He went to the leg twice as often as he went to the body this time, he does a much more balanced attack. And it's sneaky how he does it. He goes. And does it a lot of different interesting ways? One of which is got us and got too close. He would clash with him tie them up that left over hook. Sometimes try to ranch, but it really couldn't get it. Maybe a risk control and the other side or collar tie. He would drive the neen then push off. Right. That's one where he got it. The other one was when he was absorbing the pressure. He would go to the body and then circle out go to the body and then circle out one last point about this. Remember how in the first fight? We've gust of sin one reason why he was successful. John with throw a kick or something it goes. We're blitz. The pocket with his boxing watch. What he does this time. He made this adaptation John did in the first fight. He would throw his kick. And then immediately get his hands up to post on a shoulder to post on a by Steph and circle out. So that he could throw without being just constantly blitzed upon all the time. Like a quarterback moving inside the pocket before making the final read for the throw in this fight gust of sin only one time blitz as the pocket with a superman punch. And connects in every other scenario, basically, he can't get anything going because John throws and blocks throws blocks and circles, he took every lesson from the first one and brought it to the second one. He took every lesson from the first and second Cormie fights. And brought it to the second one. Stick a look at some of the. Slides here. Oh, one last point about this. If you go look at this real quickly. This is John Jones on top. These are his numbers in the fight. Let's see here. So you can see he threw twenty eight of thirty nine in the first round twenty six a forty two in the second twenty nine and forty two and then twenty seven and forty nine remember what I said was he likes to maintain greater officiant, greater offensive. If isn't output in the first fight as you can see they were pretty comparable not so much in the second round first round was a little weird too. But for the most part they were they were pretty tight and again Gustafsen ultimately out struck them in terms of head into the body. Look at the second find here. We'll quickly look at this forget the third round. But just look at these two for just a moment right here. Nineteen thirty six John was a little bit hesitant. But he had more than the thirteen that gust of sin did. And. Pulled this up. This is the big one to me. This is alternately why he won look at that. That fifty one is a greater attempted output. He scored more in the first fight and one of the rounds that's a greater attempted out. But if they won than any round previously when she had fog us of sin, but the real key in absorbing that pressure and getting his defensive shell up and circling out and only boxing on his terms look at that forty eight attempts from Gustafsen eight eight single digits in the first fight..
"fifteen times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Five fifteen time in Brian combs is year. All right. Kyle plush related news. Jackie Senator the federal highway administration committee in congress that overseas recalls and issues with cars and vehicles is calling for a recall of type minivan, the Kyle plush. No when he was trapped in the parking lot seven hills school, the Honda odyssey late model Honda odyssey. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it's reviewed other complaints. But didn't think that that point that it deserved a formal investigation could lead to a possible recall about Senator Richard Blumenthal? Who was on the committee has called the agency a negligent for the conclusion they came to. He's demanding that they take another look at the death of Kyle plush and other issues related to the back seat in this vehicle not latching properly as best they can determine. That's what happened when he reached over the seat or to go over the seat to get his tennis bag or gym shoes or something the seat then flipped over and trapped him underneath in the back of the van where he couldn't be seen as we know. Now couldn't be found by the officers who responded after he was able to call nine one one. So Blumenthal wants to highway. Traffic Safety Administration to reopen. This case hoping eventually, and that it will lead to some kind of recall him some kind of correction on the part of Honda. Okay. Coming up at five thirty. We'll have more on efforts to try and keep the government open. The Senate says they've done their part. We'll have more at five thirty on NewsRadio. Wwl w five seventeen right now. Seven hundred w l w and little happy story here. Former President George Herbert Walker. Bush was sponsoring a little kid in the Philippines, named Timothy. And you see these ads from time to time, you know, for two dollars a day or something you can give a kid in education and feed them and all this stuff, and he was part of this group compassion international allow people to sponsor kids living in poverty around the globe. So for ten years sponsored a Filipino child to the organization, but didn't say who he was. He just said he was George Walker any right to kid Timothy back and forth. You wrote back to I'm an old, man. Seventy seven years. But I love kids, and though we've not met. I love you already. That was his first letter one of a number of letters between the two. See an addition to exchanging letters Bush also sent money that went toward his education and other needs sometimes sent the boy physical gifts like art supplies when he found out to you like to draw even though he was technically not supposed to do. So you also drew his own pictures for the boy. Interesting part is here it was he got the Christmas concert in Washington. I heard about it and he signed onto it. But it was his security team who insisted he signed his letters simply as George Walker mainly out of concern. The boy could become a target of someone knew he was corresponding with Bush. Good thinking so Bush constantly provided little hands as to his true identity. You said a photo of his dog or mentioned that he was visiting his son who quote lives in a big White House wants Timothy graduated from the program at age seventeen. He found out who was pen pal had been over the course of those years. So for lots of nice things about George Herbert Walker Bush, and we tend to once people pass on not before. But it's a cute little story. Isn't it? It is. All right. Five nineteen. We'll look at. Sports here. Just ahead. You see with a thumper over UCLA? That's big and Seguela details and get your forecast again. Just ahead..
"fifteen times" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Brees targeted. Michael Thomas fifteen times he completed twelve of those fifteen passes to the teams combined for eighty points in this one. The guys who called the game here on ESPN radio. Bill rosinsky and Bill Polian in order to keep that rush front for the Rams, honest. They did that and they won the turnover battle and that's a prescription for victory. No matter what the talent level, and it was incredibly high today here that's a prescription for victory every week. And you know, you look at you know, the Rams are really a control in the NFC west. This was a big win for the saints because they stay ahead of Carolina Carolina's lost to the Rams have only lost one. And you look at their schedule coming up at Cincinnati. They got Philly Atlanta Dallas at Tampa Carolina twice in between Pittsburgh to finish the season. I mean this. This was such a big win for them. Momentum. Wise would a brutal scheduled. It wasn't is a long road home for them. So you don't know we'll have home field or even being the playoffs. Carolina's a good team. Atlanta's a good team three teams in this division that are capable of going to the playoffs. It was excitement. The way we wanted it and the Rams and saints gave it to us on this Sunday in New Orleans. A little Queen playing in the background there and fat bottomed girls on the weekend. The bohemian rhapsody theaters nobody the quarterbacks in this one on either team with a sack in sportscenter allnight ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts. Sunday night football a couple more high profile quarterbacks on display this one was seventeen all heading into the fourth quarter. Then New England puts together a ten play drive that heats up nearly five minutes gonna move under center..
"fifteen times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Times fifteen times Tada what went in and out of positive territory. It ended the day dime by one point nine percent. Erta spoke called it a murder step back from identifying NBS. I am titanium knowledge the king of Saudi Arabia in terms of the Dawa. I'll high takaful up ten percents Saudi industrial export up nine percent. This is on the Dow is the banks took the slamming Arab national Bank bunk Saudi Fonzie saudi-british plan all done by seven eight and nine percent respectively. Dubai off by a tenth of one percent thirteen thousand two hundred sixty four we saw this absolute slopping of oil yesterday, some reprieve there as society says that they will pump almost out will divide up two tenths of one percent. Those markets Yousef. So it really looks. As if the jury is still light on the Dow will Yousef. Yeah. Let's get back into the global equity markets story. Investors are grappling with what said to be the worst month for global shares and more than three years now bears are on the prowl in Asia with regional benchmark plunging about twenty percent since January twenty six peak futures have also retreated amid concerns about corporate earnings earlier mainstay capitals. David Cooper, told bloomber the global stocks are now facing what he called a tremendous wall of worry, Robert Renney is the head of market strategy at Westpac globally still with us from our Sydney studio. Investors are struggling to find patterns here. They're trying to make sense of the market action. It's not really the classical your cyclical versus growth, we put together a graphic to show one pattern that did stand out and that stood out to the folks at Bank of America Merrill, Lynch saying private clients over there snap the most stocks since February mom and pop or buying the dip the pros are staying out. I wanna know what you're doing Robert. Look, I tend to look at developments in markets at the moment. I tend to see this very much.
"fifteen times" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Is eight fifteen time as we check in with Mike Reiss. How much stock do you put in into at least what we're hearing about the Broncos, maybe not shopping. But at least listening to entertaining offers for like Maria's Thomas and some others. Yeah. I think GM's always listen. But I don't I don't know. I think it was. I think the story people kinda ran with the story over the weekend. That's what my gut said. I'm sure John Elway had conversations. At least one would think Broncos got the weekend off Jason lockenfora of CBS sports reported yesterday. The Broncos might be interested in trading wide receiver to marry his Thomas other teams could be looking at some of the Broncos other vet. Veterans as well. Insider in Rappaport of the NFL network told our sister station, orange and blue seven sixty. Yeah. There there probably have been discussions told people are calling them. You know, I don't get the sense. They're actively shopping out they lost. And you know, maybe you're looking at possible changes on the coaching staff a team that's going the wrong direction. Then maybe. Going to be this ios figured out. Let's get as may draft picks. We can't you know, I think that you're in that situation. But you know, they want maybe things start looking in the right direction looking up a little bit. I I would say the to everything, but maybe not quite interesting to start trading guards. Once again in Rappaport of the NFL network on our sister station, orange and blue seven sixty trade deadline is a week from tomorrow at two pm mountain time chiefs rolled over the Bengals on Sunday night football, forty five. Ten K C is six in one host Denver on Sunday. Chargers moved to five and two with the twenty two nineteen win over the titans in London raiders had a bye, nuggets are three. And got a terrific win. Last night. Beat the defending champion Golden State Warriors one hundred ninety eight came right down to the end won't show. Hernan Gomez blocked, a layup attempt by Damian Jones to preserve the two point lead. And the win nuggets have held all three of their opponents to under one hundred points this year plan some great D early on everybody's buying in. We know what kind of got on his team, and we thin we can pretty much everyone is league. So defense is really a main focus this year, the coaches may. And I think the guys is buying in. That's nuggets guard Tori, Craig nuggets host the kings tomorrow night avalanche back at it closing out a four game road trip tonight in Philly face off at five sports at fifteen and forty five on KOA, NewsRadio the home of the Broncos buffs and Rockies fall..
"fifteen times" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Six your question is this fifteen time all star outfielder had the highest batting average of any player that played during the decade of the nineties who is he say that again this fifteen time all star outfielder have the highest batting average of any player that play during the decade of the nineties who is he i know who this a too late singer rai euro zero four six nope have we got them not them whilst was going to talk about things that was it oh wait i wanna know if i'm right or not i think i am you think you are i don't think we've seen a year have we we have but like i said it has to be the 13th texture now all this one now i feel hotter out on men not because i don't want you guys get a right but i am glad that many of you are getting it wrong because that then i know that this is only one person has the same answer that i have so i may be wrong there are a lot of different answers allotted different answer and there's a lot of different answers so why don't we will uh they want the one i had number two why don't we take a break jay and then we'll sort out who the winner is will give you the right answer and the winner's name.
"fifteen times" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Right and levy umberto carried fifteen times in that game now you know things can happen to florida game can dictate you throw and more and all of that but i i just think the steelers will what will stay within themselves a lot more than they did in in we tried but it's jacksonville's mission to take them out of their rhythm is they're concerned about antonio brown having missed two games with a torn calf muscle and and not being you know antonio brown well i heard there was some concern that he posted on social media and we've heard this before with antonio brown he he put the post of themselves on social media that show just you know how intact he is a really looked good you know one of those workout videos right and um i think the seals are like no no don't put that out there we don't want people to know that you're all the way back so uh we'll find out for sure when they play the game but i think the expectation is sony oh brown we'll be um uh it a well enough to to be the guy that we know he he can be and and you know eat i mean he's a magician man as the double moles that's one thing uh the great hands uh the tip toe of winter so you got the sidelines i mean this is a you know a big time receiver at the thing with them is that not only do they have him but they've got you know you use as of tuesday rarely or just schuster smith anyway jews your you do uh israeli emerged they've got these are the weapons at of its latvia on so they've got a lot of different things that can throw at uber obviously you know if you've got antonio brown being the guy that he you know he can be then you know that's a handful smith's schuster is that is a hand that.
"fifteen times" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Robertson doctor jay the ice man george gervin one m bernard king who is near and dear to me as any basketball player ever could be and lisa leslie that's on tomorrow night's nba on tnt doubleheader featuring the cavs in the lakers and the warriors in mavericks cagey the fifteen time allstar back here on the show howery cagey a wellknown are your door rick you got it you have to give bernard king a hug for me i know that that might be auden awkward but as a kid from new york city this guy is the all man and dilute or argued upto your square recalled right girl rich rome out the door the hill would just one home after hug every by that's all lisa i look get over it hugs all day and that i've never been so excited about one show obviously when the guys when when when the guys came only last year and they all book i was super excited because i know our dynanmic but to interest this show is about greatness in here in greatness uh i feel like i'm among small uncle's get ready get some great story so i'm i'm definitely just excited about this i i didn't pick and you're going to be able to get this altogether just go the scheduling of man to put this all together and got it nearby on it uh this is this is at risk this is warmer well you got the wing stand for the group podcast and you can get them all in here i know that what what are you up to glean wh what might you not already know uh that you hope to glean from this conversation look very calm greg fukuda wrong it's always a ball l'armee and i'm always trying to understand i'm always trying to understand what may oscar a greets uh play i want to understand what may george gerber and a great player was big in iraq some between george gervin and doctor jay the style the layer don't visit home inspirations we've heard this which we haven't had a a suit down.
"fifteen times" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Football fifteen times they live for the final drive of the game but they won't lacking along all day of course they were they with thirty eight with thirty fire see where thirty six year so you have to look at things individually and by the way matt forte captioned the football the belgian railways screen pass phenomenal he's fi what the heck did he did not have around either in and you know you mentioned his first drive the first play the game the first play from scrimmage was at twelve yard run for below power as the longest running if you take out right i there love game was even 43 us come on and i mean i did run the ball twenty two times that a one time i will say and i thought this was the biggest moment of the game i really did okay and you talk about curly fumbling upon ponting whatever you want to talk about and you'll mole claiborne who did a tremendous job to shutting down julio jones's really got hurt and then of course you know ryan hit if that play over the top against owl roberts have basically everybody else in a secondary cajones vanagas to get sally gunnell's set up a field goal format mistake it but whatever maclay wanted did a great job really shut your mouth shut them down we did so got hurt but i thought the biggest point game seventeen sixteen the jets abby thirty eight on the 23 of atlanta and i'm saying to myself okay look you've got a couple way with the field they half began three points it is what i was thinking here you have to put yourself in a position gene we're atlanta has to score a touchdown through beach they had a third nato 23 i did not want to see i i would have played conservative there and ran the ball and make sure i got aditya with a field goal and then what happens mccown takes the sat eight yuan loss and of course cat zarrella misses the field goal second when he missed out yesterday both at a makeable oh but both times i don't feel goals.
"fifteen times" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Lasse okay last year he was sacked fifteen times in twelve games and he's been sacked sixteen times already this year you can't have those numbers i don't care how good a shapy use in now you can have an avocado smoothie it doesn't help you in gerald mccoy's landing on top of you here i will take break back with more of your phone calls this is the dan patrick show this is for you business owners and business leaders tell me if you've said any of these things why is it taking accounting so long to close the books how come i'm not getting sales information on a realtime basis we beat our revenue goal but we lost money what do you mean we're getting audited sounds like you've outgrown your business management software quick books in spreadsheets may have worked fine at the start but now there are too many mistakes too many delays and you can't get fast answers i want to tell you about the number one business management solution for growing companies net sweet from oracle net sweet lets you see what's going on with your business in real time revenue expenses customers and orders even hr and you can run your business from a dashboard on your phone and with hands on help up and running fast that's why thousands of companies across america use net sweet it's ten times larger than its nearest competitor it's the last business system you'll ever need to go to net sweet dot com slash patrick to get your free guide called overcoming your five obstacles of growth that's net sweet dot com slash patrick to get your free guide end to find out how nets we can simplify your life go to net sweet dot com slash patrick stay tuned for sixty seconds of ap news headlines right after this podcast.
"fifteen times" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He run at the fifteen times of this game with fifty yards they'll throw on first down lots of times dow drill the girls that its broke it up good toyoda secondary there's below often there's a guy just talked about coming in the third backup the thirdstringer at safety and breaks the pass up over on the far side law that's gotta gives them confidence right i mean does a great job corner route he gets his hand in the way nice past break up getting slapped on the hill by his teammates and the coaches of the far side line ice opening play will hot second attend buck eyes trips to the left is that we've rights alone on the bluefield man treats and barrack sets up out of the gun quarterback people right up the middle dare to the thirty two the thirty he could have thirty to get seven sets up a third down manageable he remained mobile and under stop through down at three for ohio state and woodside two minutes to go and was third quarter we were three three through the half vogel offenses a got that interior of the third quarter used a third doubt tall fair back to throw up feel it goes that's pod victor weather victory over their side to a forty five and a firstdown benjamin victor six four ninety 195 a sophomore out of pocket all beach florida tackled by kenneth murray pick first down for ohio state of their 44 theaters placing zone coverage benjamin victor sits down the soft spot jt barrett finds its target for showdowns for the buck as the final minute traffic but this quarter applauded motion out to the right behr it's going to keep lots of running royal kt to the fifty then hill taken out of bounds along that are sidelined at the forty two yard live two rumbles for fourteen yards that time we've seen that happen a couple of times dusty tonight where they just lose track of the quarterback with i think he's kinda hard to do because he beach of all of.
"fifteen times" Discussed on KELO
"There's fifteen times more coverage on russia and on the three biggest issues that americans care about that's a problem that's exactly the definition of russia fever you guys want to kick leaking want you guys all get together and make a decision as a team that you're going to stop olympic but you're going to keep leaking of when a fire everybody she's very binary holy cow auto show it is this revolution sean information on tires final news roundup and information overload hour under my understanding the capital is it not able to confiscate members clinton's when the member is not under investigation they're commitment supposed to be returned thursday january circumstances facing jason dozzell from the serb personal is that in fact the case with the permission of return for them told us accomplish i think you're violating the rules and when you conduct you've as this way it is there that there would be consequences right those roundup information overload hour as we continue from our nation's capital eight hundred nine four one sean is our toll free telephone number as we have been telling you the fbi seized smash computer hard drives from the home of florida democratic congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz and information technology administrator this particular guys how's according to sources with knowledge of this now this guy was a time i t aid to the dnc chairwoman and has since desperately been trying to get these hard drives back and individual home the fbi investigators interviewed in the case told the daily caller news foundations investigator group and a additional source in congress with direct knowledge of the case speaking out about a lot of sensitivity obviously to the probe confirmed the fbi has joined what politico previously described as a capitol police criminal probe into serious potentially illegal violations on the house it network now one of the things i've been saying as the fixated media goes russia russia russia russia russia nobody in the trump campaign that i know of signed off on on giving vladimir putin up to twenty percent of america's uranium nobody in the trump campaign or a note in the trump administration deleted thirty three thousand emails that were under subpoena none of them destroyed blackberries on iphones with hammers none of them after years of asking handed over to the fbi phones and blackberries that didn't have some cards in the and in this case raises issue after issue about about obstruction of justice anyway joining us.
"fifteen times" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"No be arrested fifteen times is scary enough but were there any times where you feared your life where you were endangered you have any scary stories from that period that you look back on and just thinking a man that could have ended very badly i absolutely you know uh beer shot at the old schubert's folks notice said liza was routine oregon arvee ryuichiro brought back days if you look at the the south solder recina you know what we went through it'll ties maggie nowa with it would a cave here to you know get from the the bull we resorted you know what sierra had the spring summit of the testimonies of bags at they were just blown away of the reality of the situation in what we was experiencing here the small community with you know of of all the range of about seven blocks laws so lots wi with all deaths with all the things that we will see on a daytoday basis but it was a lifestyle did ills exactly what you sing every day you know use expected to see some body that you home not not ever to see the again it could lose the life industries that you will never ever seen a begin bobby turn your life around a big part of that was a ninety ninety eight uh there is an informant that toward a police officer that drugs are being sold out of house you were living in a cop named rick geller came by searched the house they found fifteen grams of cocaine but he talked to you on and basically solve your burn marks on your hands from working at burger king and you told him that your turn your life around you were you know not selling drugs anymore you didn't wanna hustle you want to do things the right way and he believed you eat impress charges had he press charges you could have faced a decade in prison uh looking back what was xperience lay un member what was go into your head as he's you know talking to you in as in the house in the you know that's a life changing event we may not be talking right now uh if if rick word if if rick approach that differently were for different cop shows of if any circumstance are different.