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A highlight from Military v Civilian leadership - whats the difference?
"In this episode I speak to Jack Smith about the importance of leadership and how it differs between the military and civilian life. During this conversation Jack discusses the importance of recognising individual reactions to stress and burnout and how military leadership skills can be applied in civilian environments. We talk about the importance of humility in leadership and how military leadership training can impact civilian leadership styles with a focus on empathy and decision making in challenging environments. I create clear thinking and decisive leaders who can amplify their influence. Contact me to find out how I can help you or your organisation. And today our guest is Jack Smith. How you doing Jack? I'm very well, thank you for having me, are you well? Yeah apart from a cold so if I sound a bit stuffed up please forgive me. So Jack tell me what type of movies do you like to watch? You know I'm a wide variety of movies I like naturally you know coming from the background that I do I like a good war movie. I like to spend the majority of my time picking pieces apart in war movies and stuff like that it always irritates everybody I watch them with but anything you know good action drama I just don't do horror movies very well. Yeah I understand what you're saying I find that as I as I get older my tastes have changed quite substantially and my ability to sit through stuff so back in my head I'm like is this a good use of my time? It's like committing an hour and a half to three and a half hours in some cases isn't it where you just go I could be doing something else. Well yeah it's more like I might start watching a something like a series or something can get like five episodes in and then I always make the mistake of just seeing how many is in there then notice that there's like five seasons and I'm like no I cannot commit the time to catching up to the to the fifth season so like even though I was enjoying it I'm like no I can't spend that much time. And I know I love a box set you can pick it up and put it down whenever you eat whenever you get your spare time it's that sort of way to escape I think. Oh that's the problem I can't put them down so that's why I just watched them one after the other so that's why I'm like oh no I can't commit 30 hours because that's how long it's going to take. So Jack tell us a bit more about you. Yeah so I'm currently the the logistics lead and inventory lead for an IT solutions company we deal in warehouse and distribution but my background comes from the military where I've spent time in both the regular and reserve space so I've been able to travel around a bit and work with varying different people all different kinds of leaders and really had a sort of experience of the spectrum of what the military has to offer all its qualifications and all of its sort of building and training and all the way through to where I am now where I say I now have the the absolute honor of being able to train our British Army Reserve soldiers so it's been a really exciting time it's really exciting career and I went into logistics with the British Army because it was it was closest to my house at the time it was the closest unit to my house at the time and it was the best decision I could have made because it really set me up for where I am now and where I am now and where I'm going now is really exciting for me and there's there's a lot that I'm learning and there's a lot that I'm benefiting from and it all comes down to essentially the the the start in life that the the the British Army and the MOD as a wider piece has given me really. Okay thank you for that I've had a number of people from all sorts of different countries military on and they all have something unique to say you you mentioned earlier that you know the British Army's helped set you up for how you're leading today can you explore that a little bit more for us? Yeah absolutely so one of the things that I've learned in my time with British Armed Forces and with the Army is that there is no sort of clear differentiation between when you become a leader and when you're not and I think from the get -go in its most simplest forms when you look at the processes and training that you go through you're always encouraged to know the person above you and you know know the person above you's job and what what it is that they need to be able to do in order to you know fulfill a mission to complete a task and so on and so forth so from the get -go that kind of introduction to to leadership is is is presented to you and it's up to you then to take that with both hands and and essentially manage how you go forward you know within two to three years of of British Army service you could you can be promoted especially from the the non -commissioned ranks so the the people that aren't officers when you become a junior NCO or junior non -commissioned officer that is that is your first rung on the ladder and that is you for being recognized as as a leader as a supervisor if you like from from very early on in your career obviously from a commissioned officer perspective you have you know 44 weeks I believe it is at Sandhurst where you are trained throughout that entire year as well as looking at your strategies and and understanding all sorts of things within the military curriculum you are bred then to be a leader from the second you walk out the door so it inherently gives you that that opportunity to start learning and developing your leadership and your leadership style as soon as you begin. Okay so I mean that's a that is quite a substantial course you've got there so what what are you learning though because 44 weeks of leadership training seems like a lot so what specifically are you learning there? So I'm not I didn't commission so I'm I'm part of the non -commissioned part so the the officer training itself is a bit of a mystery to me and I think it's interesting to be that way it's like this sort of dark art that the officers do they sort of go in one week carrying their ironing board under one arm and then leave you know 44 weeks later ready to to command soldiers you know and I think the majority of it it looks at that command part and how leadership and management feeds into the command piece so but the intricacies of the training itself is is a mystery to me and I think it's probably intentionally. That makes that makes a lot of sense so having been in the army out and then training reserves and then doing your day job as well how do you see the differences if there is any between a military leader and say a ceo or a senior leader in a civilian organization? Well this is the big secret there isn't a great deal of difference.
A highlight from AI Today Podcast: Applying CPMAI in the Real World Interview with Chuck LaBarre, ENI
"The AI Today podcast, produced by Cognolytica, cuts through the hype and noise to identify what is really happening now in the world of artificial intelligence. Learn about emerging AI trends, technologies, and use cases from Cognolytica analysts and guest experts. Hello and welcome to the AI Today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Malch. And I'm your host, Ron Schmelzer. And thank you again, everybody, for listening to us and providing your feedback on our AI Today podcast. We are heading towards 400 episodes pretty soon. I mean, we got a few more dozen to go, but we are well on our way. We are in our fifth season, soon to be our sixth season. And September is when we sort of celebrate our little anniversary. It's gonna be hard to believe we've been podcasting now for six years. It's crazy. And you know what? We've never, not only one, have we never run out of things to say, like the pile of new things to say seems to keep growing. So while I know we've been on a little bit of a AI glossary series kick, we've also introduced some of our trustworthy AI topics in here. And we're going to have, we have a new one as well, our generative AI series, because so many people are listening to our podcast for the first time because they're coming at it from this total new experience of generating stuff with AI without having any data science background, any project, no technical background, not a programmer. And I think it's given a little bit of a, well, third, fourth, fifth wind, how many, I don't know how many wins AI has, but it's reinjected energy into AI. So I want you to all stay tuned with us because we have so much great content. And of course, we also connect you with some real world people who are doing some real world things with AI. And if you've listened to our podcast, you know that we talk a lot about CPMAI, the cognitive project management for AI. And if you're not familiar with that, we'll link to it in the show notes so you can learn more. But it's always wonderful to get to talk to folks that are CPMAI certified and talk to folks in that community. We're excited to have with us today, Chuck Lebar, who is the chief information officer at ENI and is certified, CPMAI certified in AI and ML project management methodology. So welcome Chuck, and thanks so much for joining us. Well, thank you. Thank you for letting me be here. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them about your background and your current role. Sure. My name is Chuck Lebar as previously described. I have a long career in overseeing and managing network infrastructure builds, building software front ends and back ends. I started my career as a both a network developer or designer and a developer, and now I'm currently the chief information officer at Employee Network, INKI and I, as you suggested. This is where we build, we build services that help the employees of our client companies to improve their well -being and be more productive at work really. We build everything from employee assistance programs to help advocacy services, virtual concierge, wellness, you know, all that sort of in that sort of space.
A highlight from A Candid Conversation with Jana Waller of Skull Bound TV
"When do I travel? What partners do I want to work with? When I went through the split four years ago, I literally got rid of any partner that if I couldn't look at the phone and see their caller ID and be excited they were calling me I didn't want to work with them anymore. If they I got rid of any emotional drain. I don't care what the cost of the money they were partnering me with. My girlfriend, Julie said it the best, you need to work with people who celebrate you not tolerate you. And I had some partners that I kind of felt just tolerated with. And so got rid of those. And it's amazing when you do that. Whether it's people in your life, partners in your business partners in your life, and you literally work with people who you love and want to see just soar to the top of that mountain, and they want to see you soar. That's who you work with. And you're going to be the best. And it's amazing how much more time you have more energy you have for positivity and positive people and things. And so really, I've just learned to kind of go by my intuition. I also have an amazing husband, john is so good at like, I'm going to be gone here next week. For a boat fishing trip out in Maryland, I'm going to go out with ams and stick some stingrays. And he's just awesome. He's like, Oh, my gosh, have fun. I'll pick you up. I'll drop you up. He's just easy, you know, so definitely having a really strong. partner makes balance all the easier. Isn't it amazing when when we support each other and work with each other and help each other how how high we can lift each other up? I mean, it's just, I mean, getting to just a text and share and I have industry contacts that I'm getting ready to go on a moose hunt in Alaska with my dad impromptu, I just bought a ticket and our family cabin is in Alaska, which is very fortunate for me because that's where I like to be. But you know, I decided the other day, I'm like, there's only so many more years I get to go with my dad. He's 67. We're gonna go on an early season archery moose trip, probably not going to get a moose. It's just and I'm not willing to sacrifice premium elk hunt time to go chase a moose because it's a moose. I'll kill one eventually. I'm not too worried about it. But I want to go spend seven days with my dad doing something. Right. And you mentioned that that's, it's cool that you what you said about you want to work with people who who promote you not just tolerate you, right? Who celebrate you not tolerate you? Yeah, it makes such a difference. So what is the key message you hope viewers take away from Skullbound TV? Oh, probably like we talked about before, I want people to feel inspired, but also that, like I heard, when I say this, obviously, most of the people who are watching my show are hunters, or want to be but they're hunters. So this is gonna sound a little weird. But I want them to remember that we're animal lovers. Like it to me, I created Skullbound and I still have that exact intention of and I think that that's so important in life. The word intention is so powerful. What is your intention? And I actually got that through reading a book years back called Seed of the Soul by Gary Zukoff. He was actually this badass green braid dude who kind of went hippie piece. Well, but it's an amazing book. And there's parts of it that I pick and choose from that I think about all the time. And one is intention. What is your intention? Like what's behind your decision behind your conversations behind what you do? And if there is good energy behind that intention, if there is wholesome, good energy, positive thinking, good attitude behind your intention, then things will go well. And I've kind of lived my life like that the last 20 years and it's worked out really well. And it doesn't mean that trials and tribulations don't happen. Of course they do that's like but then how do you look at them? And how do you turn them around? And how do you use them for your benefit? I really want people to watch. Well, so I have Skullbound TV, which is my fast channel on carbon TV. And it's like Nat Geo history, you turn it on, it's whatever playing is on. And it's got commercials that run through it that right now I don't have any control of the commercial. You might happen to see a commercial for your George Foreman grill about 20 ,000 times in a day. But it is my fast channel that is so cool because it's all besides my current season of Skullbound Chronicles. It's everything I've ever filmed on a rotating list. You may be sitting there watching it and it's my first bear I ever killed on season one. And then the next episode could be, you know, catching a 12 foot sturgeon in Oregon River. Like you never know what you're gonna see. But it's all previous 13 years, nine years of Skullbound TV that was on the sportsman channel. And then I've been now I'm in my fifth season on carbon TV. But Skullbound TV is my fast channel on carbon. And then I also have Skullbound Chronicles, which is my show on carbon, but it is like a YouTube channel, you can pick and choose and say, I want to watch that episode or I last year, I did an all veteran season, I did 13 of my favorite veteran hunt that I've ever done all in one season. I recommend people start out with that their stories are amazing. You get to watch an awesome hunt, but to also get to feel so patriotic. And like, I have guys all the time messaging me saying I'm embarrassed to say that she brought me to use them. That's what that veteran season is for. I want people to watch Skullbound and feel like yes, we're doing the right thing. We're animal lovers. We're conservationists. And then I want them to watch season four of Skullbound Chronicles, and be like, I frickin love this country. This is so amazing. That's what I want to take away. You know, you and I got to check quite a bit the other weekend. And it was it was a good time. And the energy was good. The vibe was good, right? I think you could tell the holistic intentions about inviting you on the podcast, right was just wanted to let you spread your message and story further. The question behind that is, of those veterans you've taken, I'm I'm already pretty sure but how many have you got to stay in contact that after that hunt, it's not some people think that it's just Oh, I took this person on a hunt, use their story to build myself up. And I'm, I'm pretty sure how, how, how many of those have you stayed in contact with? There's one that is kind of, he's kind of quiet, and he doesn't really like to talk or text. He's not real. He's kind of a homebody. But out of the, like, there was 13 favorite episodes that I put on that season, but there's probably 15, 16 hunts all together. But every single one of them, I'm in some former contact with their friends of mine, their buddies, their, their, their amazing human beings, and women. I always say the guys, but because I do a lot of combat veteran, obviously, women, they are in combat in ways. In fact, one of the episodes on that veteran season is Shelby hatch. She was a medic nurse. And so she saw the worst of the worst. She actually had to catalog body bags. I mean, I can't imagine somebody having to do that. And obviously that's draining on your soul, you know? Um, so we tried, I took her on her very first antelope hunt, and we've got D. Servi, who's my girl who was in the Air Force. And she was also a sheriff's office. She worked for the sheriff's office three years and years. I took her bear hunting. But like, almost all the guys, I consider them good friends, and we stay in good contact with. But once you share, whether it's a first hunt, a hundred tons, once you share an adventure like that, you know, it's these people become family. It's, you know, you can always look back on the momentum. Remember when we went and did that? No. So and you get to see him around the country at events and follow up and check in. And I'm sure they're sending you subsequent trophy photos and adventures. And so exactly communicating sometimes through social media and tagging each other. But I mean, texts on the phone, phone calls. Let's meet at Expo. Hey, are you going to be at NWTF, all that? Yeah, on a regular basis. And I mean it when I said in one of my shows, I was doing a fine interview for it. And I'm recapping this incredible last 14 years of my life and these amazing veterans that have literally changed my life and my perspective on things that have changed my life.
"fifth season" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
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"fifth season" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"And she has to fight so hard to say no to him. And she almost can't. She has to scream it because it's like so hard for her because it's drilled into her that he will even kill her if he thinks that it will keep everyone safe because he loves her as like it's real real dark messed up. Yeah, after reading the scene, like breaks her hand as a child, I had to like put the book down for a little bit. I was like, yeah. Okay, can I take a breathe there? Yeah, that was like super intense. And it's also fascinating to see a lot of the kind of internal frustration in anger that cyanide, maybe not even recognizes in herself until she's with alabaster and he's like, basically deconstructing her world for her, which can probably go very uncomfortable to have some come in and be like, you're wrong. And that's the history you've been told, but it's a bunch of BS. Do you really think that's the way things are and asks really needling questions that obviously don't feel good, but it's kind of like exposing her to, I don't know, opening her eyes in a way to the oppression she's living under that she is accepted as the way things are. Like when she first meets alabaster, she's like a four ringer, which is their kind of like the rings of their levels of status and power and prestige as origins, and he's attend ringer, and she's like, flying, I'll do this thing because it'll help me move out the ladder, and she's like, really like gung Ho on the path towards the leadership and being like the best of the best and then through her time with alabaster and the events that unfold realized, like, I can't be a part of this anymore. And that's when she ultimately, big climactic moment, says no to her guardian, kills her son, and goes into exile.
"fifth season" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"Yeah. And like feeling like she's failed yet again. Unlike that has even harder. And we learned at the very end, which before we could turn on the mic. I was like, drew, can you confirm something for me? Because I read the ending so fast, I was just like so jazzed to be at the end of the book and just soaking it all in that I like forgot some very important details. We learned at the very end that the narrator who's addressing SN as you is the stone eater called hoa and that just seems to like set off like the rest of the series of like, okay, so now we know who's addressing SN and has like weirdly a lot of insight into essence life and her future, and like who she actually is and we're like, what? So I thought it was a really interesting narrative choice. To tell those sections in second person. Yeah, 'cause he's essentially telling her her own story because we learn eventually that there are these obelisks that hold stone eaters in them that sort of follow certain origins around, and so this one hoa has had a connection to her. Her whole life, I guess. And so then is telling her her own story, but also about himself, which makes it kind of odd 'cause he also tries he wants her to like him. And so he comes down to earth and makes himself look like a child. So that she wants to take care of him. And he eats rocks and you're just like, who is this kid? What the what is happening? And yeah, so that's a little odd. It feels strange to have this kind of ancient stone person telling you your own stories, essentially, or as in her own story. Like maybe it's a little condescending or it's like,
"fifth season" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"As de Maya, she's like a kid. She's discovered she's an origin. And she's taken to the capital of the empire by an abusive handler, or guardian called shafa. She's taking two human as to be trained, just sort of manage the earth while under their control. And everything about her life is controlled. And then as cyanide, she's a grown woman at this point. I assume like in her 20s, when it seems like, she's given an assignment to clear out a coral reef and one of the coastal cities with one of the highest ranked origins and his name is alabaster. That's the cover story, but really they're going there to have some alone time so that they can breed like a super baby. Who would also then be under the control of this empire, which they're not happy about. However, alabaster is very traumatized and jaded because he's been around for a long time. And so he kind of shows, he opened cyanide's eyes in a lot of ways and shows her all the grotesque secrets about the world really works. And they end up becoming a good team. They bicker a lot, which is a fun dynamic, but they end up becoming a good team and a family. So do you have a kid together? Learning how to harness the power of these mysterious obelisks in the sky. It's kind of as weird as it sounds. Until everything goes wrong and they've built a life for themselves in exile and then it all gets blown to shit. And she ends up having to kill their child so that their child isn't taken to be used by the empire. And there are separated and neither of them knows if the other person is alive. So then alabaster, he's the one who ends up fracturing the continent and starting this season and he has this whole bigger plan that he's kind of hinted at at the end.
"fifth season" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"Gmail dot com. Yes, it's different from our handle. It was poor planning. We would love to get emails from you and talk about them. We might share them on the show if you don't mind, or that we can just talk about books with you. That's really all we want to do ever. And yeah, that's it. Thanks for joining. So the book we're reading the 5th season was actually recommended by one of our book club members. So you too, dear lister can
"fifth season" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"Daisy Jones and the 6, we talk about episodes one through 5, and when I am back, we will be recording episode 6 through ten, and that'll be released sometime in the next month. So you can watch along with us and yeah, as always, the film club videos are very lax. We got our cameras on, just chit chatting. We do zero hours off the cuff. So you get unfiltered, Julian Victoria, including us staring, thinking, which we do a lot on this podcast, but you never hear it because we cut it out. Yeah. Anyways, this episode's gonna get long if we keep talking. So please enjoy listening back to our episode on the 5th season by NK jemisin. What is this book? What the heck is this book? What is it? The main thing I got from it was like this sense of feeling seen and validated. Well, why does it have to be this way? This book was placed in my hand for this moment. Insightful learned a lot, wrote some quotes that I'm ready to paint on my wall. I love this book. Is that we just kind of pull out some of the big things that we see in terms of what a few different ones. I apologize if most of my contribution has KPop references. Alternative book title the feminine mystique part two, you were really just gay all along. Welcome to book club with Julia. And Victoria. We are to lifelong friends who read a book and talk about it each episode. This is a podcast where we explore new perspectives and use books as tools for a personal and community growth. This week, we are reading the 5th season by NK jemisin, part one of the broken earth fantasy series about a volatile planet rocked by constant earthquakes and the oppressed peoples who manipulate stone, who live there. Also, I just realized I put a pun in there. I said, rocked by constant Earths. That's
"fifth season" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Exciting of any either of the girls want to go into theater are actresses Lily, My youngest is on a show called Roswell. It's on the WB, The Warner Brothers Network. Good for her. She goes back to work in her. She'll be starting her fourth season. Isabel is a writer. She chose not to go to the way of her mom. I think she saw how hard um my life was and decided She gave me three beautiful grandsons. And is the writers you know, but I've got and they're waiting for me at the beach. Now I'm on my way to the beach, Joan. How about that You're taking them to the beach today? Yes, it's perfect. And it's a good hot day to do that, too. So you're doing more and more when people say that people of a certain age can't get work. Not true. Not true. They should talk to me my own. My career only got better seriously it only and then I did television. I started television career in my forties. I started doing leading roles in musicals in my fifties, and now I'm in my sixties and doing two major television shows and enjoying the work more than ever, and I and I think people I hate the expression of a certain age, but we have a lot more to give because we have so much life experience anything else. I don't know a more refined sense of humor about life. And I I You know, I'm having as good a time as I ever have enough a lot less hard on myself and on the world, you know, I am eat more easy going Well, because those tough years even with all the success, you know, dealing with Children and trying to make a life and trying to be something to everyone is a pretty different possible task. But you did it. Well, I did. I'm I'm very grateful. I'm and I'm grateful on so many levels, but yes, when I look back, honestly. I don't know how I did it. I don't know how I commuted to l a for 3.5 years and kept the ball all the balls in the air because, you know it's Children in a marriage and your career and And you have to make decisions, sometimes the ability of the few days to decide whether to do a publications that were played. It's going to take up to six months. There are many years of your life. You don't have a lot of time to think about it. You have to make these decisions. But I've had wonderful representation happened with the same manager. Her. I don't know, I think 30 years now. Lisa loose, mourn. Have been. You know, I've been blessed to have a lot of great people in my life film that that matters, too, Right? And you had a great partner who really understood and wanted it for you. And you know, because he was an actor. He understood how you know when he's I remember being altered. Sweeney Todd and my mother was living with me and And she was suffering from cancer. So I also had my mother to look after in her later years, and I was offered between each card and I said to Matthew, I don't think I can do it. Uh, it was at the Kennedy Center and I I I don't think I can do it with Mom and the kids, and he said, you've been offered a chance to work. Produce 20 times. Stephen Sondheim that's like playing for the New York Yankees. You can't say no to that. So he how right he wants, you know, And you know, we made it work. But he was generous in that way, because he was an artist. He understood that when you have great opportunities, you take them if you're an artist. You have to because they don't come that often. No, no, no. They don't want to come and that can come out of the blue and they can come at the most inconvenient time. When when Lily says to me, I don't know how I'm going to have a baby and a career that there's never a convenient time to have a baby whatever, of course, the most inconvenient being in the world. But I have two beautiful daughters and you know, and it all and their productive and you know, and wonderful human beings, so it did work out. In the end, if you could go back to theater, though, I don't know how with all the TV shows in everything. Would that be on the wish list now? Oh, yes, I would love I would love love to to do something on the stage again. Uh, you know, eventually, if I can, if I can keep it together, And when these television shows, you know they're not going to last forever. If I'm Fine. Um, I've been kicking up. I'll get out there back in the voice, but I want to thank you so much for sharing. Today We're excited about a race of the fifth season of the good fight. You've got to say it. It's really not only beautifully active, it's one of the It's so real that it's hard to believe you're watching television story. It incorporates no right and I think honestly, I think our season five is the best season. So if you've never watched it before, just tune in and watch the seasons and then you can work your way backwards. As you say, it's it's so smart and so thought provoking. I'm really proud to be part of it, and I have a feeling That you're wonderful people behind it really get you and know you because they capture the essence of Christine veracity. Funny. Well, you know, I've been right out there 12 years So they now know my strengths and they know my sense of humor and you know they they will often right for Things that they know I can do. And then I've had wonderful chemistry with various actors with a guy who plays my husband, Gary Cole. They they like to write. Means between us because we have a great chemistry as actors. So you know, there's a lot of these set for long run of anything in the theater or in, um in, uh in television because it allows things To develop and grow and divan. You know if you can do the 12 years.
"fifth season" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Between her. And hoa and they're like they get like territory and has to say no. I'm not interested in alabama. Easter one's my shores. Were okay we meet the one at the gate with. Yeah yeah we didn't talk about but but getting back to the stone eater so yeah whoah did something to himself where he appears more human. Yeah because integrity is basically like a living statue. Yeah just like the lady upfront. Yes yeah who is yet to be named. She gets i love course. Of course yeah because like is kind of trying to explain but not really trying to clean those like. I needed you to like me. Yeah sweet baby may sweet precious so ye go leads the amazing crystal colony where everybody wants inside. I everybody wants to live. Everybody wants to live there. I'm picturing lake like a combination of fragile rock and like almost almost like the tv. A like redick all these wonders in front of you. Okay so i was kind of thinking. Remember when we watched the movie sandra With rutger hauer about they played the game. Oh my god. What's that fucking pick. I know i'm totally blanking on the name right now to some and i never pay attention to what you guys talk about so i have no. There's a scene where they go. Everyone living miles underground. And that's kind of how i pictured it only with glowing it's not just but giant geo sitter like the size of trees and buildings one hundred percent. Now it's hold on i'm getting. I'm which i've seen a quarter of which is why i made that underground the blood of heroes of heroes among other titles twelve title. That's right but yeah yes again. Another sort of post par elliptic wasteland. And there's this this place they come to where everyone underground but was soon as you said you love a geo does like. Oh you're gonna love this. There's a part of me..
Paramount+ to Carry New Seasons of Evil, The Good Fight
"This is fresh air this week to drama series with ties to CBS return on the recently launched Paramount plus streaming service. The Good fight. A sequel to the CBS series The Good Wife began its fifth season yesterday moved from the now renamed CBS All Access, and earlier this week, a drama series called Evil, formerly televised on the CBS Broadcast network. Returned with its first
"fifth season" Discussed on The White Book
"I mean. that's me so i wanted to talk. Just real quick about podcast. That i've been listening to who i have mentioned before i think on the show called slow-burn. It's sorta slates marquee podcasts. There on a believe this is the fifth season. Yeah the fifth season. The first season was about watergate and was firmly mediocre. The second season was about the clinton impeachment. And i could not take it It's the perspective. Couldn't impeachment was too much for me. The third season though was on E end to park and was really good Really fantastic and the fourth season was about david. Duke was also really good The current season is about The war in iraq and going to war in iraq. and it's pretty good It i i pre- it doesn't fall in some of the trouble that i i found with the second season of the show in some of the first season of the show which is not really willing to call out the fundamental villains of the story. This is definitely willing to do so. And i will apologize in advance. or not policies will stay apart Could be political for a moment. This podcast is willing to name names. For example you know that. The bush administration committed gigantic crime by killing millions of raqi. Tens of thousands of americans By launching war in iraq and it explores how the war in iraq happened And brings back a huge number of people. I had forgotten but as soon as their names mentioned again. I remember these people and the sort of various nations. They got into Back in the day and it's overall been up sometimes fabricated. When i was in kidney more but some days i wish i was doing war-crimes again Some you know it It's really useful. I think to listen to today because we frequently like two thousand six did you. Eight was a pretty sharp break from the bush era and the cultural politics. The politics of the post obama era are very different than they were of the bush era but it definitely remind you that a lot of the origins of the problems that we face were made by the conscious choice of choices of the bush administration to to launch the war in iraq and the way it waged the war in afghanistan. And you know the complete failure of that generation of politicians to any way meaningfully oppose the bush administration and we are down to today a living with the the seeds that were sewn in that era. And it's a really important reminder That you know the problems that we face today are deep rooted structural problems and not necessarily about just one political figure that has dominated the last. Is it now. Six years of american public life and that we really do need to reckon with With the bush era in that means really coming to terms with the amount of crime in corruption that that that that and really poor choices that presidential leadership made And the really toxic dangerous course. They took our country on Even though that set of leadership was much more willing to speak the platitudes about a met. What makes america great. Then you know the the last leader that we had in this country so If you want a really thoughtful political podcast historical based political podcast. I would definitely Listen to it. What was the name again at libourne. Slow-burn okay and i can enthusiastically recommend seasons three seasons four. Okay all right with that. Are slow-burn is over night. Everybody danger zone indie.
"fifth season" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"B a p dot com. That's a really good team over there and, you know, except for two winnings here there. We played 18 to 20 really good innings against those guys and It's just a testament that we've got a group that fights and we got a pretty good team over here, and when we put it together, we're pretty tough. Texas Rangers pitcher Kyle Gibson following yesterday's win against the Giants of Globally feel good morning from our Mercedes Benz of play, No sports and scam. Steve Lamb. Gibson's pitching well, striking out five walking to over six innings. His e R A is really good 2.13 despite the team not being that good. Rangers are now 24 39 only 15 and 16 playing at home, and now they're back on the road where they've lost the last 15 straight games. They've got three coming up against the Dodgers. And a couple against the Astros. And what is it? Mike Parsons has signed his rookie contract with the Cowboys. Apparently, uh, the first round pick agrees to terms yesterday, four year deal with a team option for a Fifth season. He was the 12th overall pick, opting out of playing for Penn State last season, so we'll see how this works out going. In the future for a Cowboys football team that following this little mini can't will be off for a few weeks. Next time we see him we'll be out in Oxnard, California for the start of training camp. That's your look at sports from Steve Lamb.
"fifth season" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Right. Happy birthday to prince jackson sitting there. Yes prince's no longer with us of our younger people don't know who's with us or not anymore but hey philly max doesn't appreciate princes music no doubt i can. I may have to change that nas on. Let me say that. I'm going talk. I'll tell you why reshi eight that it's good. I appreciate the prince's talented but that's different than me enjoying the music. It prints music just hit me. You know like it's none knock against prince or by the way it's not against me either like music choose it's it either. Hits you or it. Doesn't i like it i recognize. Let me give an example. Breaking bad was very well done show. I can acknowledge it was very well done. It wasn't for me. Matter of fact. I watched breaking bad until the fifth season and then stopped like a couple episodes left on it. Just don't care. I don't care about the characters just doesn't hit right. Sprints just didn't hit me that unlike bruce springsteen who everyone loves. And it's like i don't even think the music is good. I love bruce springsteen. I love everything about him and everything he stands for. I just don't like his music. Period is not like that for me. It just doesn't really hit me. Okay all right fair enough. Do you like purple rain. Yes or no. Yeah a good so i think a lot of the movie. The movie the movie. I don't think i ever saw purple rain the movie. Oh goodness gracious get off the show anyway. All right last one. You're finally max. Kellerman is finally ready to give up on his man crush for kristaps porzingis on who only kristaps aleksei like that on who. I don't know what you're talking about. Raj come on you. Ready to give kristaps. Porzingis is is a case of a guy who's careers been victimized by injury. He had a chance to be a great player and he seven foot. He's a string bean he could. His body would not cooperate and the and now that affects his development because every year he has to spend the entire year getting back to where he was the year before so we never progressed. You know by third season with the knicks. Like oh my god. He's a defensive game changer. The whole offense on the other team changes when he's in the game and he would just scratching the surface of as an offensive player so if he stays healthy he gets to progress year over year. Never did and so. He's he's like even behind where he used to be so no he's never going to be a great player doesn't look like it and it's his body betrayed him but people get some like they hold it against the player like he's done something wrong he gets wants to be hurt. No doubt was brought to you by my computer career training for a better life guest. Join me on the goodyear hotline helping you discover the road ahead. Goodyear more driven last week coming up. I'm going to get to your.
"fifth season" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Why do you leave you don. You don't think you do anyway. And he and he went to prove and this club would have known if ever player was decisive in. The destination of a title is benevolent off. Ski in all of us. Tweets says things of the acts of love industy club under on the full other affects them and other clubs. So obviously we've talked about club. We've talked to what we haven't talked about. I still think. I don't think does any longer than than he does. He smart enough know his value in each and the tide is turning a went to fresh and things up. Maybe goes in two thousand thirteen soon as he wins. That champions league possibly that if that happens that changes everything goes into this not offers a completely different set of circumstances because he on the marketing team. That's that's matches to turn a bit as well boy. If you think he would have been that would have been the end of his fifth season dormant and he's right you know like i say these delivered the trophies that he had maybe he walks in twenty thirteen is a hell of a time to go out so maybe if i think the the salaries that was explained already i think if cops stays if he doesn't stay and he decides to go two thousand thirteen thus the monday night gig it is because no one else is free it that because i was thinking about you. Know he got sean glaze glazes and wasn't impressed. He might not go. That's the thing and if he doesn't go the no this is the thing of crop is in the market. nobody safe. A champ zeke. Winning manager gets an offer from chelsea off anywhere. Frankly i mean job whoever's in charge. I love you chelsea. But you're not to pull the trigger chelsea could offer some could offer royale. Why not buy they offer all right. I've got a potential. I've got potential one. Okay let me find it. By the way couldn't around stays. I think women going to unleash. Twenty six twenty sixty and he leaves and he's had injuries and the rest of it but he's state at dortmund through the toss ourselves through the good stuff. I think his his his idea fee right here is okay they win. The champions league has gone. Yup club leaves after the champions league takes a year out. Nail shannon says what if finger stepped down after winning the effort coke in two thousand fourteen. He is he is klopp takes steps down. Asthma graft in.
WNBA Preview: Seattle's Dominance, Ionescu's Return, Rising Rookies
"So shantelle. The wb is about to begin. Its twenty fifth season on friday. You know every sports league has taken a pretty big hit the pandemic. what's your sense of the state of the wnba. As the twenty twenty one season gets set to tip off. Well i think there's a lot of ways to look at that question in terms of the on court product. It's better than ever. It is the toughest league in the world to get into in a typical year. There are one hundred and forty four spots. Twelve teams twelve roster spots. That's it but because of the new. Cba and salary cap numbers of teams are only going to carry eleven players this year. So we're looking at maybe one hundred and thirty eight one hundred thirty seven. Maybe one hundred thirty nine women in this league and so the on court product is amazing. What they're doing off the court their initiatives the social justice council. It's important you could make the case that they were a leading reason. Why senate seats flipped in georgia. They're really important. League twenty fifth year is now also falling in an olympic year. And they're going to be back in front of fans and it just feels like there's ton of excitement coming into this year and we've seen over the past year as viewership has declined and a lot of sports. More people are watching women's basketball than ever before more people are asking for coverage more people are tuning into the games. The ncaa tournament for the women had its best year yet. So i think there's a lot of excitement and momentum in women's basketball right now
"fifth season" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Imagine renting one hundred and fifty two thousand dollar private island seeking some alone. Time pass madness really most of the time if i want to get a loan to go walk in the park or sitting in prayer monday in order levin one pound of coffee and this woman gets hideaway in an island somewhere. Life sometimes is a fair. oh jesus christ. Life is a some times and to end. What else we have here. this end this one. I think by some good news on the clubbing front. We have never big club in london announcing this summer plans this. Ra said london's pickle factory announces summer. Season peter van hussin margaret dyas margaret tiger. Sorry and more have tapped to cambridge club of evil of miller pickle factory is basically the sister club with the next door club to oval A little bit smaller capacity is if oval is two thousand pickle might be one or seven fifty but it's a great venue outdoor area. They filmed a couple boiler rooms as familiar little balcony canopy. So a bit from the couple biz in there. I've been there for a few different events here and over the years but again fairly decent place to go to if anything the only thing that's annoying the security can be a little bit heavyhanded. It's a little bit excessive search. I'll say if you know what i mean. The drinks are fairly expensive to especially when you consider where you're your it show in cambridge which is basically a panel green. You measure be a little bit more fairly priced. I think a tin of flipping restaurant is seven pounds or something insane there but again for club near a fairly easy to get to station terms of the central line and the other lines are next to it. Which i think you might be the district finger. Something fairly good transport links buses everywhere is a pretty decent location. Usually a great lineup. Entry prices can be a little bit excessive again fifteen pounds of stuff considering you know whereas and lineups it can be a little bit too much but again one of the club's not i'm not gonna complain to the from atlanta purchase announce some per game. He can often june. Twenty fifth season is scheduled to begin with from toe toe in loren loren. I'm truly madly hamish. Turbine highlights conflict. jane fifth. Ask you can actually go. If you go and san that booth venture she says w hillary's from the side of the room office. I'm going to do that. don atom. Dj storm of asli legend in the dub step world drum and bass world. Secure sound same to peter von hessen. Okay william's margaret data. So a fairly decent hefty lineup..
"fifth season" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"More like land needs evolving coach off. You know there's pughsley only go bugging with sealy's highly Mr hall that he's played saint newsday's identical only and. That's on the wall. He sonko there especially because ralston. Well feels his whole slowly. The underneath the have meyer to composer offering passable different style. Now people ago wars because one looking while workers and use that so. I mean but exhibit false at always su if not all his or isil it. All looks highland charges. they're they're not season seasons. Nineteen radio barely know what year and a half always knowledge knowledge is open. So w working with shanahan's personal friend and quarterback coach. You know i think. Look at the end of the day. As time's gone on i've never. I've never bitten jones thing as much. I i do believe look i think what advani people who are. I have not been on the mac. Jones camp believe that he. Let's be real kirk cousins right fine who let's be Let's be real. We could have got kirk cousins here. But then when he say powell said hey now we jimmy and so he clearly could let jimmy walk and kirk. Cousins would have been the quarterback in two thousand eighteen calcium shanahan fully said. That's why they look at patrick mahomes as why they didn't look at the awesome. You know because her cousins was. But i think people forget to things house never been in. Charge is never been his pick. I think that needs to be clear. And second of all the quarterbacks you select in the fourth round is a lot different than the quarterback. You could be comfortable selecting number three overall. You know if mack jones was a fourth round pick a second round pick. Yeah cool right. I which obviously even at twelve ob. Obviously a lot of people imag jones to jimmy. Where was jimmy taking second round. You know so. That's fine but the more times has gone on the scenario seems more like lance the scenario. Hey we're going to keep jimmy one. More year the quarterbacks sit you know learn under the system all that data points jimmy Mysteriously the trade was made after a tray. Lancia's pro day you know and hush hush in you know all that and everything like that so i think that would i be disappointed in trae lance now. I wouldn't it be because you could. You could say look. He's essentially ran the same frigging oftens as we did. So you know we can look at film and see how he's done dropbacks how he's turned back to the defense during a play action. Always done all these things that he's going to ask us. If i'm kyle shanahan at i know my jobs on the line. Let's be real. I'm just pick a bus shanahan's not going to be here. You know which breaks my heart because you know we love it. And i think it worked out. Yeah i'll probably gonna pick quarterback that can That i've seen do what i've asked him to do. You know even if it's only been for a year and a game you know. And i think that what's not talked about even jones himself. You know jeeze. Quarterbacks are young the going to learn off thirty five you know in an off completely not the same person i was at twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three years old. You know. I've gotten mature. I've gotten i've improved as a pop out. Hope that i've improved as a podcast host over the last four do nine or faithful radio now for its fifth season. I would like to think i've improved. I remember my first show. I was a nervous mess. You could barely get a full functioning sentence out you know. And then guess why after doing know hundreds of podcast episodes. I've gotten a lot more experience than i'm more comfortable. You know it's the same thing. And i think going against our defense which we would assume with the top five ten defense this year at least number ninety seven looking so sexy in freaky his drills as anyway Sorry if you hyped up if you're not hype to see number seven yes came. I know that. I didn't want to draft him. Tim will always forever remind me that i was. I wanna quit and williams You know if you're not pumped up nine number ninety seven's coming back. Then i'll know what's wrong with you but Yeah i remember When they did the state of the franchise. Nick when they brought up the super bowl. Nick boasts of looked like he was about to shoot fire out of his eyes. And if you don't think missing last season you pretty much. The whole season last year as motivated. Nick bosa you know the man that one rookie of the year that You know danner whether to super bowl if we get a holding call and fifteen like it should have been might very well be super bowl. Mvp what you're exactly. And if you wanna get that man more motivated yacht. Good luck quarterbacks of the nfc west nfc this year. I'll pray for y'all so i think that going against our defense i mean i don't seek the face top much of a better defense. Did he would face in practice. Whatever the quarterback is and so in a scenario where you say. Hey we want jimmy key jimmy one more year and and we feel that jimmy right. This second gives us a best best chance to win a super bowl this year. Because let's not get it twisted regard regardless of whatever quarterback. we take it's a super bowl or bust year. I think we can. We can say that. Now faithful the standard is back. It is super bowl. But i'm not going to be happy with this team making the play. I'm i'll be happy but is not going to be a successful season if we simply doesn't make the playoffs no I xe we've discussed the very little rauscher's changed that you know a little over a year and a half ago we watched in bowl fifty four or at majoria that rauscher's coming back. I'm sorry my expectations are super bowl. Bust and so. I believe that jamie does. And so you're going to have quarterback sit for year and learn. I do believe trae. Lance is the best option. Any other little draft crushes that you have a players that you want the niners to to draft..
"fifth season" Discussed on W-Key Podcast
"Every game. That's been coming out as year. Labs grade so and like if figuring you know and i always go back to it like like animals major slap in the face to like game developers like hey like earth. We'd better have our game like more polish ready to go. And i you know. I think for a little while game developers kind of really you know followed out that creed that rule and then cyberpunk came out and you know. It's just another rude awakening. That like you need to have it done. You need to have it polished and functioning and with the next couple years they're gonna be support for both systems that that the old gen and current gen you gotta. You can't put all your eggs in the new gen. You have to keep the old gen. The previous happy to and especially with the shortages that are happening like just has to happen and and cyberpunk really highlighted that. So you know. It's i think they need to give you know if they're doing this. They probably need to give their their development window or room to make things happen. Which i'm okay with you know okay with. I was okay with waiting for cyberpunk in i have. We both play. We you have dump. Ti would get it on pc. If i if i were to get it we'd we'd be okay playing it but even if i was playing planning on getting from xbox i'm i'm still always okay with longer development time to make sure the game runs better i to work also and something else harry potter related. Apparently they're working on series harry potter series at hbo. Max v harry potter like harry potter and on her miami. They're just working on a series. Based in the harry potter world. Around hogwarts yada yada yada for hbo. Max so i honestly. I'm pretty excited about that. 'cause interests a little bit. Hbo makes good shows. They're like we just finished watching his dark materials a ceo. I did a long time like a while ago. I just barely finished washing season to season. One was okay. Have you watched us at all. So it's based on the golden compass about adding it to our yeah remember. Do you remember the the movie. Golden compass back in the day with the polar bear. The bear and everything. I know you're talking about. Yeah so it's so. Those are based that movie in his dark materials are based off a series of books and so they basically did it into into series and yasser season to just finished and season. One was all right. It was good season two as much better. So i mean you know with everything. Hbo does the series that they make are usually top notch. So i'm. I'm pretty pretty stoked for the harry potter series. They don't hbo's aid prime to listen if anyone's looking for a great like very true to science and just really enjoyable. Like sci fi space exploration show. The expanse on amazon prime prime video is so good so good during their fifth season. Right now i think My only problem with them now is like what they did with the boys for some reason you know internet shows went from you know it went from having to watch way every week to getting a massive dump a season binging at all and now they're going back to like they'll dump three episodes right when it premieres and that its weekly after that. So i'm like fuck. Just i wanna watch it all in one go like i'll go but i want to have all the episodes there because it's like you get caught up and you're like i'm gonna win a week like damn it so I kinda hate that. They're doing that with some shows. Special names on prime with extra steps. I know exactly so anyways yet. Check the expanse..
'Saved by the Bell' star Dustin Diamond has died at 44
"The Bell star Dustin Diamond has died after being diagnosed with carcinoma. He was 44 years old Diamond was best known for playing screech on the hit 90 sitcom hey was hospitalized last month in Florida, and his team disclosed he had cancer saved by the bell aired from 1989 to 93. It's spinoffs included saved by the bell the college years. Good morning, Miss Bell and saved by the Bell. The new class, which diamond was in. He also appeared in a handful of reality television. Syriza, including the fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club, the weakest link and celebrity boxing to
"fifth season" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Actually a better person for this. The only person that did not go through that transformation with carey. So sarah jessica parker still rotten. She learned road from what i could tell. And then the movies just were i in my opinion so that we know so the the redhead cynthia nixon. She didn't wanna live in brooklyn but she ended up living in brooklyn so that was her art and child. She didn't wanna have a child. She didn't want to get married. Have a child. She didn't live in brooklyn and one by one in all of her should about her life. Insurance are intentional hearing should sort of dismantled and she eventually learned the very last scene of the very last episode. She really embraced. Like i'm happily married woman with a kid in brooklyn and she was really happy and she became a caretaker for steve's mom and it was just like everything that she was afraid could happen to our happened to her and she embraced it and then charlotte was Was be is. She wanted to be married to another wasp. We kinda guy but then she ended up. You know not marrying a jewish guy right and then. Adopting a chinese kid wanted this beauty. She wanted a beautiful white privilege. guy in the upper east side and have beautiful children with him and you know she she. Everything looked good everything. Her wedding looked perfect. The man looked perfect but it was all miserable with with that is has has cynthia and i mean so much has happened since the series went off the air especially with cynthia nixon for political office. Will we see some of that. Real life things coming into the into the characters. Well there's potential there. And i don't think you need cottrell to take part in it to lower that what happens now to these three women at this stage in their life and i feel really really glad again if they do it the way. They did the series not the movies. I think there's really potential to tell some interesting in depth stories about the spirit of these women who are now in their fifties. And that's so rare. But samantha patrols. Her story arc comes to an abrupt end because she started out a horn. How to who loves sex right. He's very howard and she's very independent. She's very empowered. Then she meets and falls in love with the guy who did in the fifth season who she doesn't end up with and then she gets breast cancer and she has to deal with You know her body. Not working for her. Getting chemo and and i believe she has to me. I think and then she comes through it and she lives through it and she ends up Finding a really really close relationship with the young boy with the actor. So do you think they're gonna be drinking cosmos or they're going to be ebbing eating edibles. That are cosmo flavored. Good kristen as people. Don't drink as much. They do edibles. It'll be fascinating to see how they work in the pandemic because they can't ignore it it's new york city. They cannot ignore the devastation of the pandemic though these women are so privileged that they may not acknowledged the pandemic. There's a lot of interesting directions. They can go with it. I'm glad they're doing it. What about chris noth. Mark feely twin. Big mark is now the age that chris noth was when he started playing. That character even been younger. I dunno and he's ten years older than me. I think i thought it was like twenty chris..
HBO's 'Insecure' will end after its upcoming fifth season
"Its upcoming fifth season. So that's even more impetus for me to get caught behind on season four But i've only season one. I know. I know see. I feel somehow. I don't think that's as bad. Because i've seen and really liked everything i've seen them are and like had it in my top twenty pretty much every year. It's been eligible except this year. When i was so behind. I didn't feel like. I could make a good assessment of it so so like not having like dipped your toe in. You don't know what you're missing. I know what. I'm behind on. So i will endeavor to get caught up And soon the other bit of news here is that queen. Sugar
HBO's 'Insecure' will end after its upcoming fifth season
"This one is truly sad. News me as one of my favorite show season five will be last according to east array. She posted very except our and final season. We couldn't have told the complete story without the tremendous support of our audience and the faith of hbo see Soon hashtag insecure. Hbo that's about right though five seasons. That's a great run. Like the wireless. Five seasons sopranos was like five or six seasons like you. Sarah one bra is it. Oversee shouted could definitely do a movie just like sex in the city did when that came to an end. Maybe they'll do more at some point but she said it was always the plan to have. This story told through five seasons but we couldn't have made it this far without the tremendous support about audience. I guess from the beginning in new it would be five seasons. Listen i'm happy. Easter exists isa is a young icon. And i'm glad he's taking a glass. One would insecure. She won
"fifth season" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A very popular person, the NFL right now, the Jets, the Jaguars the charges the lines the Texans have all reported requested permission to interview him for the head coaching job. The Falcons also insisted, apparently. But having formally asked for permission at last check. John Elway is stepping down his Broncos GM But we remain on as team president. Denver is missing the playoffs for the fifth season in a row just in the fields ridiculously good against Clemson last week despite hurting his side fields and post game he needed a shot to keep playing. Head coach Ryan Day gave as good of an update as possible yesterday. Definitely play but we don't get into specifics on injuries. No, we give our availability report at the end of the week. That's always been our policy. We still even technically know exactly what fields hurt, but again seems to be good to go for Monday night's national title game against Alabama. Yana scored 43 points and nine rebounds, four assists, His Bucks outscored. The Pistons won 25 1 15, Milwaukee's four and three, the first time it's been over 500 this season and Kevin Durant reportedly need seven days of quarantine. After being exposed to covert that would cost him the Nets next four games today. Back to you. Thank you. Bogue's Robin, the 321 tweets. I think Daniel just posterized more as in that segment when we come back. I want to read through all of the tweets that are coming in fast and furious about that whole thing that just went down more as versus me with Doug Peterson thing and then more As versus Danielle. Oh, it's all types of goodness. Next, D, a CBS sports radio. There is only one Jim Rome. The Buffalo Bills are the FC Eastern champs. They put a beat down on the Broncos 48 to 19, and they're not just going to the playoffs. They're hosting a game in the playoffs. What I'm saying is, they're very good, and they're going to be that way for quite some time. And once again, the bills are the biggest threat to the defending champs in the A. F. C. Jim Rome, noon eastern 9 A.m. Pacific on CBS Sports Radio. Jim Room's Got opinions Autumn or 47, Cleveland 42. If that's not the best game we get this year. I cannot wait to see what's better, because that was amazing. That game had everything division rivals prime time in December. Multiple lead changes and iconic return from the locker room tip of the hat to Lamar. But let me say this. Browns aren't dead and the Browns won't quit. Jim Rome noon eastern 9 A.m. Pacific on CBS Sports Radio. Jim Rome's got opinions. New York Jets are the absolute best. They're flat out legends. This is the organization that gave us the fake spike and the butt fumble, and they went legend. Once again. Nobody knows how to lose the way the Jets know how to lose because they had the Las Vegas Raiders beat that game was over. Then it all went. Jets in the most Jets way possible gym room New Eastern 9 A.m. Pacific on CBS Sports Radio. Opinions. Zach Gill's Got him 20 Askins right now is not a problem. That's what it comes down to. He's 23. You would think he would get another shot in this league again to be in a spot, though, where? Two years ago you were the 15th overall pick in the draft at the franchise quarterback position to now be out of a job. It was self inflicted. He's not mature right now. I get it. J Bird. I didn't believe in you. Ron Rivera didn't believe in you. They gave you chances, though, and you failed. Second Guild 6 P.m. eastern 3 P.m. Pacific on CBS Sports Radio..
The NCAA decides Nov. 25 will be the start date for college basketball's season
"Twenty fifth is the intended start date for college basketball season and the oversight committees. As I previously reported had suggested that this go to November twenty first and that was the formal recommendation sent to the D. One council last Friday five days ago however. I was told and I want to be clear in how I share this information I talked to Dan Gavitt on the record earlier today and I have a story Cuny that you can read with a lot of stuff about why we're here and what's next and etcetera etcetera. But what about to share with you? I never discussed with Dan Gavin any kind of regard this is just my info gathering and what I think happened here today. So as I understand it, Dan Gavitt was one of a few important people that was really adamant about having the season start on November twenty fifth, and then the oversight committee acids power to do look at everything considered all the MTV's the multi team events and said, you know what with so many of. These starting on November twenty third in a couple actually starting scheduled starting November twenty. First we think we best to bump up the season by about four days. Get it done on November twenty first and just use that runway toward the rest of the rest Thanksgiving week including Maui invitational etc. wouldn't you know GP The D. One council met today in the D. One council for those familiar one representative from all thirty two leagues that have Division One men's and women's basketball. And I don't know why it got to this point specifically but we are at November twenty fifth I mean I know one reason Gavin told me on the record November twenty fifth they estimate seventy, six percent of campuses. We'll have all of their entire student bodies off campus on November twenty five as opposed to twenty and twenty one is forty three percent and making these decisions for health and safety reasons is the first and foremost reason. For doing this also significant to meet November twenty one st never made sense at all because that's a Saturday we will have college football and we will be leading to an NFL Sunday you have Wednesday. Now November twenty five, we can start then you have day to yourself, there will be no NFL, there will be no college football there will be no MBA there will be no nhl there will be no pro baseball, the only major American. Sport, that will be played on Wednesday. November twenty fifth season will be college basketball and that in of itself I think is a positive up shoot. So
‘The Crown’ Will Get a Sixth Season After All, Taking the Show Into Early 2000s
"Netflix Seriously. Crown is going to have 1/6 season after all this after five months ago, the show's creator, Peter Morgan, said. Now we're only going to do five seasons. Well, apparently, Peter Morgan said when they were working on the fifth season that they just figured out that there is Much to cover. So another season of the crown
The Queer Eye Guys Take on Gritty, But How Do You Improve on Perfection?
"Netflix's queer eye for the straight guys to Philadelphia for its fifth season, and they released a mini episode on Tuesday where they gave a mega over to none. None other than gritty. Who of course prides himself on being rough around the
Beloved Detroit Tigers star Al Kaline dies at 85
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Amanda Brinkman of Deluxe Talks Small Business Revolution!
"Good Morning. Welcome to marketing over coffee on John Wall today. Our guest is Amanda Brinkman. She's going to be talking to us about what she does with deluxe a company that you may be familiar familiar with and she also works on a program called the small business revolution. She's GonNa tell us more about that too but Amanda thanks for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. So let's start with your job as marketer. Give us a little bit of your career. And what eventually brought to deluxe well. I started my career on the extra ad agency side and loved thirty my crew in a very creative space I worked at McCain Minneapolis Cone West London and drives him at Salaun and work on the BMW films which was great and was something that really kind of started to what my appetite for branded entertainment. And then I moved over to the corporate side and built internal agencies and internal marketing groups did some rebranding and really just kind of a experience marketing from the the more business side and then a deluxe called and the opportunity was to turn around one hundred year old brand that was known for a legacy product in decline. And I love a good brand challenged and you were gonNA be scrappy and it has turned out to be a wonderful opportunities and so a big thing that jumped out at me when I was looking over. Some of the stuff you've done you have this idea that instead of just doing the normal kind of just spray and pray marketing all over the place by putting chunkier budget towards custom content or community based content. You can get much better results so tell us about what brought you to that. And how does that work? We're a very conservative company. That doesn't invest a lot in brand awareness and so I felt like betting on content was going to be our only way to potentially stretch or spend and so the mission from the very beginning was not just to create content for content's sake but we knew we needed to create something that was really going to reach more people than we could afford to reach through our limited paid media budget so if we created something that people would share on our behalf if we could get news articles written about it and so have earned media if we could get people talking about in social media that perhaps we could start to own a little bit more of the share of voice. Our competitors are are spending giants and so we want to bet on content but we knew it needs to be something. I mean content. Such ubiquitous term now in our industry can sanfer everything from a white paper to a social post but what I really envisioned was storytelling really rich authentic storytelling shot documentary style. In order to really resonate with people something people would really want to spend time with okay. So that's the seeds for the small business revolution. Show tell us about that. Yeah so I really felt like so for us. We want to reach more small businesses and the number one thing that small but this is truly need is more people to support them. And I'm a huge believer that bree ends need to move beyond just kind of define the brand purpose and truly take brand actions so if we say we love small. How do we demonstrate that? So let's help them. Let's drive business to them. In so the vision from the very beginning was to truly create a movement through the storytelling. Because when you hear a small business owner story you want to support them you identify face with the business and so the vision for the small business revolution was that we would go across the country and tell the stories of small businesses and we actually did it in our hundredth year as a company and we told one hundred stories of these incredible. You Know Barber shops and diners dog groomers and and really brought to life these stories so that people would really understand the importance of supporting small businesses and a content really resonated people wanting to spend time with it. They wanted to share it on our behalf. We got a lot of earned media coverage because it was a very different way to celebrate centennial. We weren't talking about ourselves. We're literally turning the camera and featuring the kinds of businesses. We work with every day. These incredible small businesses across the country. Yeah that's so. It's MS so often by marketers in especially in one hundred year celebration or something like that. It's just like the company saying. Oh all about me me me and you guys got it right in that you focus on the customer and those are the stories that People WanNa hear and share. So how did that one hundred year celebration thing kind of get over and evolve into the shower or were those things not connected? How did that come? They were connected so in that first year. We told one hundred stories are hundredth year as I mentioned but we just received so much we really did. Stretcher spend we stretch our spend by about twelve time so we reached twelve times more people than we would have reached if we would have invested the same amount of money. Invested in the storytelling in paid media. So we knew we were onto something but I felt like one hundred and one stories in the second year of the work was just kind of like a lame evolution and so we wanted to keep doing that incredibly beautiful storytelling so we are from a brand awareness and perception. Change around this corner where we could move beyond you. In the first year my goal was just associate the name deluxe with small business. These people would talk about the small business revolution in media and that was great for deluxe but it was also great for small businesses because every article talked about the importance of supporting them. So we knew we were kind of doing well as a company. But we're doing good for the customer so we wanted to stay true to that mission but we felt like we could do even more who's actually helped the businesses. Not just tell their stories but but help them get in great shape because one thing that we really noticed when we were going across the country telling these hundred stories is that nowhere. Our small businesses more under siege and struggling more than a nurse. Small towns you. It's really hard for them. To compete with big box stores from the town mean streets being rerouted around the highways and so we thought let's take our storytelling a step further. Let's tell the story these businesses but then let's actually show unless help them and that's show those transformation so that other people can learn from it and so then. The series concept was born and so each season we're entering into our fifth season of the show each season we revitalize the different small towns main street and we do it through its small businesses so essentially each episode of about a different small business within that community. And we're helping them where we're helping them with marketing. Their finances physical transformation space is essentially a makeover show but it is done with heart.
Alfonso Ribeiro twists our brains on golf
"All right folks are joined by a very special guest. Alfonso Ribeiro Big Time Golf Guy so you just walked into Barcelo. Hq I Kind of impressions walking into Barstool checking on her office. All new. I mean the last time to Barstool it was like a it was literally did not look like this. How about we go there? We just going to be pleasant. It was It was an office been was like just not really new new. Feels like a little bit of a facade like this nice and like state of the art and it's not really us just put snow it it did you listen. Everybody needs to go to work and feel like they're going to a nice place. Okay you know what I mean you can talk about whatever you want. It's gotta you'll nice going to work today. What he's saying is the last place was a dump and couldn't believe that he was brought there and that that he likes plays a lot more? I'M GONNA go with the last part of that. Okay because speaking to work got a couple of things going on a couple of things on funniest video absolutely how you know so like the greatest Family show in American television history. Right like its thirtieth season iconic for the Shell my fifth season as the host. And like what's better than watching people do really dumb stuff stuff hurt themselves but what Asta laugh at them by sending us the video so you get the approval of them to laugh at them and and we get to laugh over and over and over again. And I get to go to work and I actually one of the things that I'll do is so I typically have to do the voice overs for all the videos at that net. Need my voice over. Okay okay but I won't watch any of the ones that I don't have to do voice over on so that when I'm actually at the taping and I enjoy them for the first time you're right at the tapings aping and I'm like this way. It's like it feels less like work right. You go to go and it was like wow didn't see that one and can laugh and have a great time so I actually enjoy the taping and as much as the audience gets to do you ever slip up like Oh shit. It's just a good at that because kids so I've learned how not to allow that slip to come out. I always say I know my audience and when I'm when I'm there I'm pretty good at making sure that because we have some kids in the audience. I've become America's Dad. There have to be very responsible. It's amazing my gallstone hasn't made it onto that show yet. It just put it out with. Just keep sending US videos. We'll get it on you get one with a wedge in its everyone's laugh back actually on on Sunday eh the. At and T. I actually wanted to see whether someone got one of my swings on video. 'cause it absolutely would make it onto my show where where it was on. The fourteenth holds a par-five long par five and I'm trying to like possibly see whether I can get there in two so I'm really really digging into one and my right foot completely slips out onto downswing I'm talking airborne it's completely gone right and I still hit the ball but I was on one leg almost down on the ground and I actually hit the ball. So the two the pros and the group because my pro was Kevin Na right and the other the pro is j b Holmes and both of them were like in they were shell shocked because they were like okay. Are you all right. And I'm like and I'm walking gingerly because I'm like I don't know if I'm alright yet Then they go. How did you make contact right like? How did you literally literally you were falling down and you still hit the ball on an ethnic? I like that things eh but it really was. I said to everybody the gallery. WHO's watching anybody? Get that on tape tape. So you're good player. You're scratch. Is that right well. They had me as a three okay. So so you've played golf in some in some big circles right so you're Alphonso Ribeiro your but at the at and T. Pablo pro-am pro-am it's it's TV it's legitimate PJ toward crowds. What's kind of your nerve level on the first tee? You're on the seventeen. Maybe more conic shot. What's your nerve you know? There's probably only one shot at Pebble Beach that I am fearful of It's the second shot on eight right light. That is the only shot where you're like. Okay I don't have this. This is GonNa talk to me about it and we follow him about it and play the whole Goddamn golf course. You know it's a train wreck where we can't bring one hundred none of us for playing in a couple of weeks for the US Open. He's trying little fairy on a in Richmond right flying on a on the fly right behind the flag as for Mr Berry missed. The net. Green is great work. It was great because and I was on my way to triple digits so of course I'm walk through seven holes. Okay you knew where this round was. Nobody's lying along the best part of that is your only through seven holes right this aide whole and you haven't even gotten to the teeth of the golf course you know. That's the easy part of the grass. You get one two three four or five. You're like Ooh and you're doing like if I par in I can shoot ninety uh-huh and you're not going to say the only confident walk. I had all day was walking up to the Green on eight. I had my shoulders up is in my head was held high and I felt good but the rest of the day absolutely you know we had a twenty five mile. An hour rose wind no going from left to right right into the water. Yeah not good. So it's one of those shots where you're like. Okay where am I aiming. That's far let's into I can play it from the left rough. Can't play that from the Pacific. No right you know I was I was left. What's what's the dichotomy like with if the pros and you've got you know the guys played different? teases it awkward at all. No it's it's I'll say this like they're I'm sure there are groups and I've heard many stories the of playing in groups where because it's too amateurs into prose where guys really are not enjoying playing with those amateurs and there are guys on tour who alike I am not playing the. At and T.. I can't stand it like it's just playing with the amateurs but like this group that we had this year which was my self with with Kevin A- and then it was Michael Pena with a guy named Martin trainer. Right and Michael the opinion I are pretty much the same for even though he was getting seven shots. I was getting three but we when we play at home. We are about the same so when you play with guys. We're actually indecent golfers right. Then it's not bad because he's not like all right. Let's go look for his ball. Not that right. The flow of the game feels like it's just a normal for some going out to play and it's not so bad for them. Because I even sent cavanaugh a text message yesterday kind Hannah saying you know a dude. Thanks for an amazing week. We made the cut. We finished nineteenth right like out of one hundred and fifty six teams. That was awesome. He was in there grinding. Like trying to get the team to to to make the cut and you know it was just a really really enjoyable week and he was like dude. Thank you for being the way you were because you knew when to talk and make it light but you also knew when to leave me alone right. Let me have of my space when I needed it and I'm good at that like I'm the dude in the group who's like we're not talking to him some people don't that'll that I'm not going to be the one to tip it. Everyone feels they look at Jon Rahm by the way sitting at dinner. Just don't go near him. L. People for one degrees. That's his nickname like but you know but that's what I was doing you know. That's but that's what happens when it's guys who know how to play golf right who play golf and been in that circumstance stands. This is my fifth year the. At and T.. I've been up at the American Century Tournament now for maybe fourteen fifteen years I get it like I get how to play golf in front of people. It doesn't affect me right like you asking the question earlier like does it like. Does it affect you. Like going to that I T- I have no nerves. Did it affect you. I the first time I absolutely. Yeah but now it's like maybe maybe after like the fourth or fifth time playing in one of those like bigger tournaments after that I was like I. Nobody cares correct right like we all have this thing in our minds that like. I'm going to go embarrass myself. I'm like no not you know why because I'm so much better than the audience sitting there watching me play golf that they're impressed even if I hit a bad. That shot hit that bad shot right so I'd look at it like oh well they don't care whether I play well or not. I care whether I play well or not. Well well I know that if I'm in the moment and I'm actually all messed up about it but I'm not gonNA play. Well right I gotta get into the same space where I've had some of my best rounds and all of my best rounds of been when I'm like. Yeah whatever you gotTa Find Your Happy Place Right just like you're not caring right. The moment you care is the moment you get tents the moment your tents is the worst Gulf swing right. So I've certainly got myself to where I can just kind of be in the moment I want you know. Pick a target small targets right. No no no. Don't hit over there to the right. No pick a target hit the target. Don't worry about anything else. You're not gonna hit it there anyway. But at least you're gonNA you're GonNa make a good solid swing with the right effort by familiar with the exact opposite approach of that on the TV. You got a couple of groups backed doc. You know and you're standing in for wherever you think that they care a lot about how your shot goes right. You're standing the biggest fair way in the world and you're just like all right there's OB forty yards left. You can't it'll be and meanwhile correct just pick a small targets a giant fairway even a decent drive. You'll have a good approach. NOPE bodies a train wreck. You don't know how does golf club you're thinking. Oh Oh my God I saw. Nobody cares their phone there and watch it right. Well I I became friendly with Justin rose and he has a putting guru right who works with okay and this. This guy gave our whole little group when when we were all together Some information is called C.. Burn right and I was like okay. Okay well it's a putting thing where if you put a ball on the ground and if you move that ball quickly you're going to see what looks like a burn of a ball on the grass right and I was like what is that like why he goes. Your brain doesn't understand no or don't write. It only understands what it saying doing. So don't hit it left. Your brain heard hit it left right so there's no don't yeah it doesn't it doesn't recognize. Don't right it only recognizes do. Yeah so people say. Don't move your head you're moving your head right. What this guy is saying is his see the burn? If you see the burn you didn't move your head. It has to be an active positive. Thought not a negative thought because there's is no way that your brain understands the negative thought. Why do you always hit it in the water when you look at water if you have to hit the ball over the water like all right? Don't hit it into water. You're the water. Your brain doesn't understand. Don't you have to just don't even worry about the water. See the target and hated at your target. So it's a mental exercise absolutely but it but it becomes a physical thing because see the burn. You didn't move your. I can't tell you over
U.S. declares coronavirus health emergency, bars foreign nationals who visited China
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From the LGBTQ Vault: Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson
"Sixth season of our podcast is focused on LGBT activism in the Post stonewall seventies two of the most prominent trans activists to emerge out of that period were Sylvia Rivera and Marsha p Johnson in one thousand nine hundred seventy the year after the stonewall uprising in New York City's Greenwich Village. The two friends founded street transvestite action revolutionaries or star and set up a barebones refuge in a run down apartment building on the lower east side in Manhattan for street kids much like themselves. They called it star House. In December Nineteen Seventy Liza Cowan and twenty year old reporter for Wbai radio conducted. What we believe is the oldest recorded interview with Sylvia Marsha and other members of star? She is a reel to reel tape recorder and set out to do a story on what was then known as crossdressing. Eventually a single reel containing an edited version of the interview found. Its way into the basement of the lesbian. Her story archives in Brooklyn New York. And that's where making gay histories self-described Archive Rat Brian. Free founded in the spring of two thousand nineteen before we share some of that incredibly rare tape with you. I thought I'd ask Brian about his experience of discovering this long lost interview. And how did you find this tape. Where were you what were you doing so I was looking for audio for the fifth season of making a history for our stonewall season listen and my mission was to find archival audio tapes that were made around nineteen sixty eight to nineteen seventy-one so I went to the LGBT center archives? I went to the New York Public Library and I went to the lesbian. Her story archives in the basement of Lesbian Her story archives. I was going through all of their cassettes for WBAI shows. I didn't find anything thing that reached back that was applicable to what we were looking for but out of the corner of my eye in the basement I saw a box of open. Reel you've you. Which is an older style of audio? Recording then cassettes would be. So what is can you describe. What Open Reel Recording is is you see in the movies or in photographs an actual real of tape. Yes these are the big reels. These are like three inch five inch the seven inch ten inch and I didn't know what was in this box when I saw it but I went upstairs to the volunteer archivist. I Rachel Gordon and I asked her if I could go through it and right there in the middle of the box. I pulled out this recording that was labeled star. I was afraid to open at because some of these tapes. They're so fragile when they're fifty Sixty seventy years old. They are so fragile that you can destroy them and I know how difficult it is to get archival material surrounding star. Yeah so what did you when you saw this. Besides being afraid that you would you could possibly damage the tape I mean it's almost like finding the holy we grow. You know you WANNA listen to it immediately when you find a tape like that and you can't why couldn't you just play it. Well for one there are some tapes that as you play. They will erase when they're fifty years old. So you will listen to it but nobody else will. So if you WANNA have a tape digitize like that what do you do. We took the tape to a studio in Harlem called Old Swan Studios that specializes in this type of digitisation. I took so much care when I took it out of that building I I was so afraid of damaging it it was like I had ten thousand dollars in my backpack and couldn't let anyone near it so I arrived at Swansea in Harlem and Robert. The sound engineer started rewinding the tape and when he did every single manual edit snapped. Oh my so. This is an edited. This was an that was done. That was then edited. And and and how do they edit tape. Well they had to take it physically and slice it and then with adhesive give glue at packed together so each and every time it hit one of these physical edits it would snap which for me was terrifying. But for him was just run of the mill he would just take the two ends reapply adhesive and keep rewinding it once he rebounded. What did he do next? Well he was kind enough to let me sit in the studio and listen to it as he played it for the first time and I knew I was listening to something very special. What made it special special for me? Because they're not just talking about the organization that they created they're also talking about their lives and they're talking about how they see the world around them and how they see gender. It's very personal. They're not altering the same line. What did you take away from hearing that recording? I think it reminded me of how young everyone was. Then I think the March Johnson and Sylvia Rivera that I've grown accustomed to. They were older by at the time. the film that I've seen of them the video that I've seen of them the recordings that I've listened to from them. They had more time under their belt. And this it was it was like they were freshly ride in New York and just letting it all about the quality of tape. You're about to hear in this remarkable and far-ranging conversation is a bit uneven. In addition to a snippet of Jefferson an airplane. You'll also notice hissing in the background. During part of the discussion anyone who has ever lived in an Old New York City apartment will recognize that sound. It's coming coming from faulty valve of esteem heat radiator. The first person to speak is nineteen year old Sylvia Rivera. The second is someone named Victor and the third is Marcia Johnson who was twenty five at the time before my mother passed away three years my mother used to Jesmyn Golf Clubs and my mother. My grandmother kept on one little blouses and girls stocks of about six seven years old. Before if I wouldn't start addressing boys 'cause during that period that's when I discovered my homosexuality was like you know watching television and placed in myself and the role of the female or just pricing myself As another there's another boy in the Mail on demand was praying such a fantastic love role in the television. And and when I left home at eleven was really when I went into transparent system and make hustling speech and the game against experiences. DIFFERENT THAN SYLVIA'S I. I didn't know secretly because My mother would catch me. She would forbid it. And by the time I was five years old I knew enough that Do these things secretly So I used to and no one was around to put on a and wear women's clothes close. I can get my hands on but otherwise I grew up quite masculine. I went to school. I played baseball. I went to college so and the beard and was the revolutionary did time in jail for Pacifist demonstrations and and Just recently I I decided what's You know why not wear the clothes. I prefer to wear what I was. I was the time I was living a masculine role that I didn't really prefer at least I didn't prefer to do it. Permanent preferred the times to be feminine And women's Lib people Feel that the women are forced to take certain roles which are unacceptable to them and they want to break out no. I've often felt the same way about being a man that I've been forced to take certain roles number one something as unimportant as the clothes I have to wear men's restrictions. Men's dress are much more severe than the restrictions on women's dress of men are forced to look a certain way and I didn't want to look that way then then of course there's a man has to be tough. He has to have responsibility to take care of people. You know suppose I wanted to be petted or I wanted to be taken care of. As I was growing up I met a lot of men. They never pale to me to my sexually. I used to try and keep away from because my hometown. You mistakes where you were out of it and they recall you all kinds of names And then when I first came in York seventeen years old that's when I started getting kind of invest breath more like a transvestite. I started out with makeup in nineteen sixty three nine thousand nine hundred sixty four And in one thousand nine hundred sixty five. I was coming out more and I was still wearing make up but I was still going to jail just wearing doing makeup in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. I started wearing female attire full-time usually I wear dress every day of the week. I I just don't put on much makeup anything until after the dog because address too much attention if we make in the daytime they might think that I was a male. Al But if I were a little makeup they think I'm a female and he's right on I and if I will not make it night they automatically know female female they really can tell the difference about me because I'm on my way to be. SX teams