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AP News Radio
Boy Scouts' $2.4 billion bankruptcy plan upheld by judge
"A massive bankruptcy plan for the Boy Scouts has been upheld. I'm Lisa dwyer. A federal judge has upheld approval of the Boy Scouts $2.4 billion bankruptcy plan. The plan would let the Texas based organization keep operating while it compensates tens of thousands of men who say they were sexually abused as children while involved in scouting more than 80,000 men have filed claims. Opponents of the plan say it improperly strips insurers and survivors of the rights. The ruling rejected arguments that the bankruptcy plan was not proposed in good faith. I'm Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
IAEA head: Increased combat around Ukrainian nuclear plant
"The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency wants to ramp up talks aimed at heading off a nuclear accident in Ukraine. Director general Rafael grossi had of the UN's nuclear energy watchdog spoke with Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky yesterday during his 7th visit to the zapper region of nuclear power plant, grossi said the plant, whose 6 reactors are shut down and getting electricity from a single power line is endangered by increased fighting nearby. Of course at the plant is not getting any better. The naturally because the military is increasing. Grossi said that he wants to head to Russia for talks on safeguarding the facility, the Vienna based agency has a rotating team based at the plant, he told The Associated Press in an interview, my team's their report daily about the attacks, the sound of heavy weaponry, this is practically constant. I'm Jennifer King
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Mark Meckler: A Trump Indictment Has No Effect on Democrats
"And once again, those who are neck deep in it in the swamp in Washington, they think every little movement like this will lead to a sea change in voting, but the realities, the folks out in the middle of the country, the folks actually working for a living, they've got other things to worry about, and they aren't paying attention with every little thing in terms of it being a monumental shift in voting preference. Yeah, I agree with that. I think one of the other interesting cross tabs is looking what Democrats think. And I thought it was interesting to see that the majority of Democrats even think that it's either helped him or has no effect. So it's roughly 57% of Democrats say to either help them or has no effect. And that shows me that the people that are running with this narrative that are pushing this narrative that this is going to take Trump down are going to damage him in some way. It's not even playing with the Democrat base.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: Large Crowd Was Very Engaged for President Trump in Waco
"At the rally Saturday. I understand. Tell me about it, please. Yes, sir. I was at the rally and my mom got there about 5 a.m. and already there was about a hundred people in line and hundreds more coming in and it was just very enthusiastic crowd. We ended up being about 7 rows from the stage and just a great crowd of people and a good rally. What do you say to those supposed know it alls who say that mister Trump's popularity is lacking these days that the crowds are not as enthused, they're not as large. What would you say to them? I would say it was still a very, very large crowd and I would say that the poll numbers are fine. There was about, I would say 8, 8000, maybe 10,000 inside the gate and then however many thousands outside that were there. And again, it was 80°. And just very, you know, sports going on and I like him is primarily conservative, but it was in a more liberal part of town and so to bring that many people out, I mean, that was still incredible numbers. Based on your experience that day, are you even more of a supporter of president Trump than you were before? I mean, did this experience lead you to fight even harder for his election again? Oh yes, yes. I was already, I don't think I could get much more enthusiastic than I already am, but yeah, for sure. For sure. Benjamin. Go ahead, finish your thought, I'm sorry. It was just a very enthusiastic speech and I think one of his best ones yet and he was very got the crowd very engaged
The Dan Bongino Show
The Difference Between Targeted and Non-Targeted Violence
"Listen I'm just speaking generally about these incidents generally because I just said to you the details are scant and there's nothing worse than people rushing out ahead of a story only later to be forced to have to retract it in something like an idiot because you want it to be first instead of being accurate My job here I am an opinion host however my job here is to base those opinions on accurate information So I want to be crystal clear that I'm talking about these targeted violence episodes in general I'm not sure what this was Well Dan it's targeted violence I don't know that It's clearly violent It's ultra violent There are three kids dead But targeted violence in my prior line of work is a very specific meaning Targeted violence means you're not talking about a random carjacking or a guy resists and the perp shoots him in order to get his car So guys I'm gonna give you my car and he shoots him That's not targeted violence The perpetrator didn't know the guy He just wanted his car Shot him because he was an obstacle same thing with a street robbery Give me your phone I'm not giving you my phone guy shoots him It's violent but it's not targeted violence A lot of school shootings not all are targeted violence Now what are the ones that aren't Well there are incidents and this is where the school shooting database gets a bit corrupted I'm not sure if you know this Say there's a crips and Bloods gang war and a shootout happens and they run across school property shooting at each other In some category categorizations they'll call that a school shooting Now that's a shooting that happened near a school but that's not targeted violence directed at the school That's different
The Trish Regan Show
Justin Haskins: ESG Is Anti-Market
"By its very definition is anti market. They'll say it's pro capitalism. That's how they present it. But it's not because if the only reason the issue exists is because they want to create a whole nother set of non market based metrics to apply to these companies so that we can coerce them to doing things that they normally wouldn't do. For example, one of my, one of the craziest instances of this is that a metric that's commonly used is water usage and land usage. So the more water you're using and the more land you're using, the lower your ESG score is. Well, that applies to big corporate farms, okay? Well, if you're a farm, we want you producing as much food as you could possibly sell. That's what we want from farms. But they're actually being incentivized financially to limit the amount of water they're using and the amount of land they're using, which means the amount of food they're producing. On purpose, we're giving them money. We're actually incentivizing them financially to do something that the market does not dictate. And that completely goes against the business. Without a doubt, and that's the thing. And you touched on it earlier. This actually is not a left versus right thing. This is an elites versus everybody else thing. That's
The Trish Regan Show
What Planet Are We Living On?
"Am I living on? I mean, Joe Biden, the other day. You heard him say that conservatives want to defund the police conservatives. And so folks look, Maggie Republicans are calling for defunding the police departments. And defunding the FBI now, that's a good one. I like that one. Well, guess what? And the refused to provide funding is going to keep community safe and secure. And Larry Fink, who runs the largest asset management firm in the world, thinks that totalitarian governments are the best for markets. I mean, maybe they're the best for Larry, but not for markets. No, I'm sorry. Anyway, something's got to give, because when Larry Fink or any other CEO is telling the rest of America where they can put their money and where they can not based on profits, by the way, not based on anything real, just based on well. Do you have a high enough ESG rating? Do you have enough diversity on your board? Do you have a green enough footprint? Well, that's when we I guarantee you will begin to lose our end. We've already lost our exit. That's very, very evident. You've
AP News Radio
Twitter: Parts of its source code leaked online
"Twitter is after the identity of someone who lead company source code online. Twitter the San Francisco based social media company went to the U.S. district court in Northern California Sunday to ask GitHub to take down parts of Twitter's source code where it had been posted, that's according to a legal filing first reported by The New York Times, according to the filing GitHub and Internet hosting service for software development, complied with the legal request and said that the content had been disabled. Twitter says the postings violate copyright protections and is asking the court to identify the alleged infringing culprits. It's another challenge for Elon Musk after his acquisition of Twitter last October, a congressional report reveals that the Federal Trade Commission is probing mass layoffs at the company, in trying to obtain internal communications as part of oversight into the company's practices. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Lapid calls on govt to halt legal overhaul
"Israel's opposition leader yair lapid has called upon the nation's coalition to hold talks over prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to overhaul the judiciary and mass protests. Lapid implores liquid lawmakers to come to their senses to stop the legislation and come and talk to us the opposition. He says, we don't have to crash. We don't have to fall apart. Their solutions. I call on the coalition. Let's go to the president's residence and start a national dialog at the end of which we will have a constitution based on the Declaration of Independence, and a country where we all live together with mutual respect. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
AP News Radio
FDIC: First Citizens Bank to acquire Silicon Valley Bank
"First Citizens Bank has been given the green light to acquire trouble Silicon Valley bank. I Norman hall. The federal deposit insurance corporation has agreed on the sale of Silicon Valley bank to North Carolina based first Citizens Bank and trust company. The FDIC said in a statement late Sunday that the transaction involves the sale of all deposits and loans of SVB to first citizens, collapse of Silicon Valley bank rattled the banking industry and led the FDIC and other regulators to act to protect depositors to prevent wider financial turmoil based in Santa Clara, California, failed on March 10th after depositors rushed to withdraw money amid fears about the bank's health. It was the second largest bank collapse in U.S. history. I Norman hall
AP News Radio
Russia: Ukrainian drone caused blast far from border, 3 hurt
"Ukraine's government on Sunday, called for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council to counter what it is called the Kremlin's nuclear blackmail after Russian president Vladimir Putin revealed plans to station tactical atomic weapons in Belarus. One Ukrainian official said that Russia has taken Belarus as a nuclear hostage, but Moscow said it was making the move in response to the west's increasing military support for Ukraine. Putin announced the plan in a television interview that aired on Saturday, saying it was triggered by a UK decision this past week to provide Ukraine with armor piercing rounds containing depleted uranium, Putin argued that by deploying its tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, Russia was following the lead of the United States. He noted that Washington has nuclear weapons based in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and turkey. Russia has stored its weapons at dedicated depots on its own territory and moving part of the arsenal to a storage facility in Belarus would effectively up the ante in the Ukrainian conflict in response, Ukraine's foreign ministry condemned the move, stating that the world must be united against someone who endangers the future of human civilization. I'm Sarah Napa
AP News Radio
In this week's AP Religion Minute, a pioneer of Gospel music is rediscovered
"I'm Walter ratliff with the religion minute. For more than two decades, the work of gospel music composer, Charles Henry pace, sat silent and 14 unorganized crates. I knew we had this gospel collection, but nobody had ever really looked into it. Christopher lynch is a musicologist at the center for American music at the university of Pittsburgh. We had about 140 pieces of music that didn't exist in any other library in the world. Lynch and his team discovered that pace was an early pioneer of gospel music. Herbert Jones, the founder of the heritage gospel corral, says bases archives helped secure Pittsburgh special place in music history. Pittsburgh was a stop over point for jazz musicians and from blues musicians back in the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. So this is another niche in the history of Pittsburgh and the music field. This week, the community showcased pace's work at a free concert in Pittsburgh's hill district. Hi, Walter radliff.
AP News Radio
Iran-backed fighters on alert in east Syria after US strikes
"Iran backed fighters were on alert in eastern Syria, a day after U.S. forces launched retaliatory air strikes in the embattled country. The U.S. air strikes came a day after a suspected Iran made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded several other Americans after the U.S. air strikes, rockets were fired at bases housing U.S. troops in eastern Syria. It's not the first time there's been an exchange of fire between Iran and the U.S. and Syria. However, it comes at a sensitive time. The latest strikes threaten to upend new efforts for peace in the region, such as a recent reconciliation between Saudi Arabia and Iran, a deal which was broken by China, president Joe Biden defended the U.S. air strikes. The United States does not does not emphasize seek conflict with Iran, but be prepared to act forcefully, protect our people. A statement issued by the Iranian consultative center in Syria warned the U.S. not to carry out further strikes in Syria, I'm Karen Chammas
The Charlie Kirk Show
Neoliberalism Has Destroyed the Soul of Ohio
"Ohio, is really, I think, the heartbeat of the muscular class in America. These are the folks that worked at their hands. They pay their taxes. This was once the industrial base of America, but there's a lot of people in touch with the land here, massive agrarian base, you know, agricultural really an agricultural beast for the world. And this state for, I mean, in a positive way. And this state for many decades, though, was the victim of snooty elitist scoffing coastal bipartisan neoliberalism, which is we're going to open up our borders. We're going to send jobs overseas, and we don't care about east palestin, Ohio. We don't care about Hubbard, Ohio. And for a while, it seems like a good idea. Wow, look at all this cheap products we get from China. But I think in Ohio, one of the reasons why the state has recalibrated itself in a more conservative America first direction is that you realize that, okay, fine. Our homes are twice as big as they were in the 1950s, but they're also twice as empty because we're having less kids. And our garages are full of plastic from China that we don't care about. And the local factory is closed and more people are in opioids than ever before. And the people who told us this is a good deal like Mitt Romney came in and he's wealthier than ever and southeastern Ohio is basically obliterated. But then we're told by the academics just keep on supporting neoliberalism. Keep on sending money to Ukraine. Keep on keeping the borders open and then somehow your life will get happier and better. And the people of Ohio the last couple of years have made an amazing courageous correction, I think, not just politically, but also not correction, but they've also realized that neoliberalism has destroyed the soul of Ohio.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Abide in God's Love
"John chapter 15 versus 9 through 11, as the father has loved me, so have I loved you, abide in my love. If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love. Just as I have kept my father's commandments and abide in his love. These things I have spoken to you that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be full. I can keep going like it's so hard to pick one verse from John 15 and I'm certainly drawn in this chapter to John chapter 15 because it's the verse upon which this podcast is based. If you abide in me and my words abide in you ask whatever you wish and it will be done for you. We pray according to God's word and the more his word fills us and we abide in it and we pray according to it, we ask whatever we wish according to his word and it will be done for us. But then you get two verses later and you see this amazing breath taking life altering verse John 15 9 as the father has loved me. So just think about that. How much does the father love the sun a lot? An infinite, perfect love. She just says as the father has loved me. So I have loved you. You just soak that in today. Jesus loves you with the same intensity and breadth and width and depth of love with which the father loves him. He loves you and so he gives this command. Abide in my love. Just live in my love for you. That's a good command to live in today live today and God's love for you.
The Officer Tatum Show
Larry Elder Calls In From the Black Conservative Summit
"Larry, you're in Chicago. You're at this black conservative summit. Let's talk about it here. I'm looking at some of the liners on this and it says Americans, America's conservative movement must reach beyond its traditional base if it is ever to regain the influence it wants new. Talk to us about the summit and about that line. Well, people like Alan wester here are bob whitson is here. A guy named Ken Blackwell, who was a former Secretary of State of Ohio ran for governor unsuccessfully as I did unsuccessfully in California, a chat or Jackson stars and Uncle Tom one Uncle Tom two or here. And a handful of other people. And we're all here to talk about the crisis. It's going on in the black community. That is the poor schools. And the lack of fathers in the home. 70% of all black kids, as you know, Carl into the world today without a father in the home, married to the mother and Barack Obama once said, a kid raised without a father with 5 times more likely to be poor and commit crime, 9 times more likely to drop out of school in 2020 than liking to end up in jail. Now, the question we're asking is how do we go from having 25% of brackets entering the world without a father to the mother in 1965, which is high, to 70% now, and the answer is that in my opinion, incentivized women to marry the government and incentivize men to abandon the financial and more responsibility. And the question is, what do we do about it?
AP News Radio
California ends some water limits after storms ease drought
"California is ending some of its restrictions on water use. After three years of little rain or snow, California has been hit with about 12 powerful storms since December, governor Gavin Newsom is lowering the number of water use restrictions from 81 to 33. We're eliminating that 15% voluntary requirement or voluntary conservation target. The U.S. drought monitor says most of California is no longer in a drought. Does the governor think the drought is over? Well, I want to affirm your instinct that it should be. It feels like it is. It is and continues to be complicated. The governors is water shortages remain in the klamath river base and along the Oregon border and in Southern California near the struggling Colorado River. I'm Ed Donahue
AP News Radio
Ramadan begins for the world's Muslims, a pioneer of gospel music is rediscovered
"On this week's AP religion roundup, Ramadan begins for the world's Muslims and a pioneer of gospel music is rediscovered. Hundreds of millions of Muslims began the daily facts of Ramadan this week during Ramadan observant Muslims abstain from food and water from dawn to dusk and gather with family and friends for nighttime meals. Enjoy within the bandages now. Imad Hamad of Dearborn, Michigan, says it's like opening a new page with God each year. This is the way that is required to face the month. This is the way it's required to again guts rewards and gain the forgiveness and open a new chapter. That's why we quote Ramadan is a month of renewable. Islam follows a lunar calendar, so Ramadan starts about a week and a half earlier each year. For more than two decades, the work of gospel music composer, Charles Henry pace, sat silent and 14 unorganized crates. I knew we had this gospel collection, but nobody had ever really looked into it or really even figured out what it was. Christopher lynch is a musicologist at the center for American music at the university of Pittsburgh. We had about 140 pieces of music that didn't exist in any other library in the world. And might be completely lost. Lynch and his team discovered that pace was an early pioneer of gospel music. His independently owned publishing company helped elevate and expand the genre. I remember working in our music store. If my late teens. Francis pace barns. She was surprised at her father's impact. I think what I learned as an adult, I recognized, God, he was smart. Just a little ahead of his time, maybe. One, two, go. Average Herbert Jones, the founder of the heritage gospel corral, says bases archives help secure Pittsburgh special place in music history. Pittsburgh was a stop over point for jazz musicians and blues musicians back in the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. So this is another niche in the history of Pittsburgh and the music field. This week, the community showcased paces work at a free concert in Pittsburgh's hill district. Hi, Walter radliff.
KOA 850 AM
"first base" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Who can play all around the infield and playing a lot of first base with the injury to Reese Hoskins. He said. 17 home runs taking advantage of this hitter friendly ballpark. Bitch able to hold up on that off. Speed delivery, two and two. The home run. Just the 11th allowed by sensitive tell on the season too, too high and away Ball three. Yeah, I'm sure. Antonio and Leah's Diaz, Bug Black and Steve Foster. They're all going to look at that. Pitched the Harper and say that was a pretty good pitch. But That happens. 32 is bounced to the shift in Brendan Rodgers, the middleman in the trio grabs its second baseman throws him out to end the inning. But Bryce Harper's 30 of Homer of the year gives Philadelphia in early one to nothing lead on the Rockies radio network Now batting four Cooperstown. Right fielder number 33. Wow. Three walk. Yeah. Yeah, Catch him all time for Larry Walker. Walter swings drives one deep to left back Gonzalez right up against the wall. Its body has hit another one. Congratulations, Larry Walker and everybody's second walker out there from Ko. A baseball is one of those sports where detailed knowledge can really come in handy. Like, say a certain home team is great at home. Not so good on the road. That kind of knowledge comes in handy with bed MGM the king of sports books, because it's the best place to bet baseball all season long. You can place your first bed risk free up to $1000.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"first base" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Early Reds lead one Nothing over the Braves. The strength of Jesse Winker is long home run to right center field with No. One on base and Luis Castillo. On the mound now for the third inning. Is rush along with Tommy thrall here this afternoon. A big crowd again at this ballpark in May Eclipse what we had last night, Tom. He had 30,321 in the ball park yesterday. And all these seats, even the upper bowl. That's the thing you look around the ballpark. You can usually get a pretty good feel for what the crowds like by looking in the upper reaches the upper deck, and I mean there, folks wedged all the way into the top corners. Great to see this place filled up. Wonderful sight. Now the pitchers body and Anderson will come up number nine. In the order, Castillo was able to retire the number eight hitter. Under Inciarte. So you started off with the pitcher. That's always a good thing, but he misses his first pitch inside Ball one. Beautiful sons Last day here at Great American Ballpark. Breezy Strike one on the outside corner. Playing Anderson very shallow. Even wicker in left field. Playing way in swing, and I'm missing a breaking ball missed it by a mile. Castillo working quickly ready to go again. Swinging and missing a change up. So the steel second strikeout of the day. And it easy out here to start the third inning. And Allah lineup turns over and it is anything but easy when you've got Ronald Acuna Jr. Freeman, Ozzy Albee's Austin Riley. All in a row. Very top heavy. Atlanta Braves lineup. Although recently Lot of Acuna Jr has been a rather deep slump. Okay? Inside Ball one. He is three for his last 23. That is At around 1, 30 Mark And one pitch inside again. Back to back inside changeups trying to get a coon your way out in front. He was banged up for a couple of days, too Bothered by that back For four last night. Here is the two Oh, swung on and fouled into the Braves dugout. Yeah, that's a nice little murmur in the crowd today tight ballgame. So many Reds fans coming out to watch this ball club swung on and hit but foul down the right field line man drifting actually into the second deck. Nice catch down there. I think a lot of Reds fans have really enjoyed watching this team play this year. They play with a lot of enthusiasm. They play hard. Here's the two to fastball just misses inside. I thought last year as was standing up to start his strikeout call, but it ended up being ball three. It really looked like he was tempted to punch him out. All as make sure that right arm works. Here's the three to Swung on and hit into the left center field gap. There goes Winker in the corner gap. No cannot make the catch. The ball will go all the way to the wall and Acuna. We'll cruise in the second base where they stand up double. Wicker had a good jump on that ball. He was heading towards center field tried to Make the catch and just missed his glove. Was really a pretty good dive. I thought that ball got in on the hands of Acuna Jr just a little bit, but still able to fight it off, and Winker just missed it. He did a lot of things right on that play, and I don't have a problem with Winker diving for it, either. Because you've got the center fielder Nay Quinn. You know he's coming over to back you up. The Queen has a strong arm to keep junior junior to just a double. So the Braves already threatening here in the third That is their third hit of the game against Casio, and here's Freddie Freeman. Takes a breaking pitch down and out of the strike zone. Freeman while they play him a little bit deep. Including Jonathan India second base. He's a good 20 ft. Into the right field grass. As the Reds have a defensive shift going gets this left handed hitter and he takes pitch outside Ball two. On Washington, the third base coach for the Braves. B Y Eric Young, senior. Over at first base. A couple of baseball lifers. Here is the two Oh, that's outside, and Castillo now with a three count. Trying to be very careful with Freddie Freeman. He has been one of the hottest Braves hitters last 16 games. He's hitting 3 65. Three green light. Yes, and he comes up empty on a fastball. Alright, right in the what have you done for me lately? Department? Freddie Freeman has three straight multi hit games. Here's the 31. Outside Ball four. Try to get him a chasing changeup didn't happen. So the first runners aboard here in the third inning Albee's a far cry from an easy out by the way, the Freddie Freeman's been swinging the bat. You just don't want to give in to him in that situation. You've got a base open and you've got a chance for a double play ball. Said. First two runners on front myself. Ian Anderson. The picture was a strikeout victims. So two on with one out, new of all people should not look out. Overlook those picture advance. He's got to give a better effort than he did. For that at bat to stand out in your memory. How's the Arby's? Upstairs Ball one. Making you guys look bad. Well, there is a pitcher's union. You know when it comes to hitting, but Got to see a little better swing out of Anderson before he's allowed him. It's got a couple of his pitching part is pretty darn good. So far for that 23 year old Always hit the ball almost to the wall on a pitcher he was fooled on his last time up. Here is the one Oh swung on a high fly ball Deep center field playable make when ranging over now and the left center field. He makes the catch throw comes into the cut off man and a junior will go into third. Freeman holds it first. The second half of the inning. You could really see how much of a factor the wind is playing on that ball because it got up and I think when he hit that, if there's no wind that's to straightaway center field. The wind carried that ball and it took nay Quinn on a dead sprint. Get to it over and left center field. That's a great point..
KNBR The Sports Leader
"first base" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Versus Man I and John and I have been very good for the A's and bags joins us, courtesy of the human guest side. How are you doing? Well, how are you? Are you recovered from the 13 inning affair the other day. Oh, my goodness, I I'm still processing it, And you know it's funny. Yes, who was texting me? The next day? Jayson Stark. He's looking at a billion things that was like I am convinced that was a Jayson Stark fever dream. That wasn't an actual baseball game because there was so much wacky stuff. I mean, just from the exchange of lineup cards first time in baseball history. An NFL team had a D h in the L team did not. You just knew that we were prime for person wackiness, and it didn't disappoint. And I think that impacted the way the game was played because show hey, you know, we thought maybe he'd go out and play the outfield after he left the game as a pitcher, and that's the most He's thrown 105 pitches, but he was dripping wet. Um, just give me your thoughts about and we've seen him on TV, obviously, but it's different when you're covering the game and watching every single pitch. What did you think before we got to the extra inning madness. It was a tight Todd pitching, uh, affair between two of the best splitters in baseball. What did you think of your first time? Really getting close to show? Hey. Yeah, it was. I mean, it's something we haven't seen since. Like your Babe Ruth, right? It's crazy. I was I was talking to Joe Maddon on the field before. Tuesday's game and it's funny. I covered the Angels last year cover. The Angels was 2000 and one and he was the bench coach and I said I said, Look at us Last time I talked to you on this field you were wearing Perry Winkle. Yeah, Angels colours, Uh, when they had the sort of winged color Disney color scheme before they went already won the World Series and And And since then you've managed the Cubs two World Series, and now you get to manage the modern day. Babe Ruth, and he said, Yeah, and I've got my trout coming back in two weeks to so, um, it was a show. You know, it's you did. To see him hit a homer because he's facing probably that the guy who's got the next best splitter in baseball, Kevin Gausman, who used it twice the strikeout, Tony out, Um and you saw the power. I thought. What was fascinating was Alex Dickerson He got he's the only guy ever to get three hits in the game off of Otani. In fact, the the only guys got more hits Total awful. Tony is a George Springer with four and Dickerson got three hits on three different pitches, He hit the splitter. Tony tried the curveball next time, which you hardly ever throws. You know he's searching, trying to find something to get this guy out. And Dickerson wax that one up the middle first single woman. I think he hit a cutter the next time, so that could be a really good sign that Alex Dickerson is starting to heat up. But overall, Yeah, it was. It was Pitching performance was almost became an afterthought with everything that happened after that, and you're right, Greg. It was a huge risk for them to let him hit because they only had two people on their bench with Justin Upton. Getting hurt the previous day, and and it ended up biting them. They had to use Dylan Bundy as a pinch hitter. Um and then obviously Griffin can in the picture ended up playing left field because Kurt Suzuki took the trouble off the masking You hope he's okay, but, yeah, wild game. I mean, we saw the Minister of fireworks cannons, uh, in the scoreboards, Angels win. That's so fast, my friend. Yeah, man that was crazy at extra bags in the athletic Andrew Baggaley. Every Friday at this time, another injury out of that one. Do we? Is there any kind of update on Brandon Belt? I don't anticipate we'll get an official update until Gate Catholic gives his session to the media pregame today about 3 30 or four. So, um, but you know the fact that it is right knee. We know it's the need that he had, uh, a fairly significant surgery on more than just a scope. He had a microfracture procedure done. In 2018 and then struggled in 19 and really admitted in 2020 when he started to performing again that he was starting to feel they had his legs under him for the first time, So it's something that he needed a whole year of really to recover from and get back to 100%. So all of those factors make it a big concern and You know, we can speculate, but we'll probably know more in a few hours and and just hold a good a good hope that it's not something to significant. Well. Farran was on this radio station yesterday afternoon. As you know bags and he was. He's saying it's going to be probably an I'll stand and he's hoping it's not, you know, Long one, so there may be something wrong with belt. And the need. That's not, you know, not just wear and tear on your side of the history. So let's just assume that they do put them on the I l I mean, the obvious thing would be to bring Lamont way Junior back, but the A's are going to start a lefty tonight and they're going to start one on Sunday afternoon. Darren Ralph would probably start those to you. Concert weighed in tomorrow. Do you think it would be weighed? Are there other options that they would turn to more of a right handed hitting component here? Would you think it would be Lamont Way Junior coming back and belt does go. I'll Yes, I mean, there are other options are also left handed. I mean, they've got Joe McCarthy is a guy that we only saw a glimpse of at the beginning of last year and struck out of time, and we haven't seen him since. But but he's a guy who had a good spring. And he's having a good season at Sacramento and the firm offices still excited about him and still thinks he's gonna, um contribute at some point. He's not on the 40 man roster, so they have to put them on. And then Justin bores a guy who's got majorly time. And, uh, there's a lot of fun to watch. And he's they still have him in the system, too. So they have, you know, they have another layer of depth, but you know, not right handed depth. At first base and and the right handed a compliment. That was supposed to be a warmer floors, but they need him at third base with Evan Longoria out. So, um, yeah, I mean, they could. They could move some things around. They could bring a tire Astrada back and Slide to bond over to third and then play floors. At first. There are ways that they could get another right handed bed in there, but I would imagine that it will probably come down to rough starting at first base things, lefties and and like you said, wait for, uh, for belt would probably be the my prediction as well. Andrew Baggaley, joining us stuck in a Zen the Giants. The thing is amazing. There 94 57 combined. That's a 6 23 winning percentage of the the best record the Giants and voted for the Astros. They probably have the best, too, because the Astros have won 11. In a row. I look back to 2014 combined. They had a 5 93 winning percentage, but I know interleague started in 97. But I'm going to venture to say that this is probably the best record that these two teams have had and as far as standings 1st and 3rd best record Since I started this thing You know what? I saw a tweet from Alex Pavlovich that just blew my mind. And it just snuck up on me. I didn't realize it right now. Do you know what team has the biggest lead in the division in baseball?.
"first base" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And toss over to first base and back Standing up is cast in here. Hey, lane. I just got a text from one of our kids. Coaches, by the way, really said Hey, hey. Even selling it better than 25. 30 Miles an hour. I know they can, but they're not going to do that, Uh, six year olds. A couple of them. They might, Yeah. Pitch home, Peterson Ground ball and it's a diving stab by RoHaas can't get the ball out of his club. Everybody is safe. The base hit for Jace Peterson. He is on For the third time in this game. Not hit overly hard, but finally placed Van meter, the second baseman on the diving attempt, couldn't get the ball out of his glove to try and flip it to Rojos. So everybody is safe and Brandon Woodruff with a chance. To help the cause again. Run scoring single and the center field last time squares to bunt. And pulls it back and takes low ball one. Two RBS on the year for Woodruff. One. Nothing Milwaukee as we play in the sixth Hunting.
ON BOYS Podcast
"first base" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"Observing of a child and noticing purpose is, such a powerful tool and it's something that I, I did that when my kids were little and that really was kind of how long we home school for 7 and 1/2 years. I wrote a blog post and I'll share the link Fourth of July celebration. My youngest was the maybe I think he was like six. He was probably first grade and I'm in a small town, right? So after the fireworks, the lights, go back on, on the ball field and all the kids run down and run the bases. Like everybody, small kids, big kids, everybody and I noticed from a fact that my youngest was Army crawling between home plate and first base, okay? Why I don't know why do kids do the things they do whatever he's down there he's fine. Then a rounded first and he kept going Army crawling to second base. At this point I'm a little concerned cuz like there's a lot of kids running and my child is on the ground. But I also noticed that he had a job A friend who was watching him kind of seem to be supporting whatever's happening here. I just let this happen..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"first base" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And they land with their entire body weight extended on that glove, and it hyper extends that shoulder upwards. And it's just just paralyzes the shoulder. Hopefully, it's not too serious. Certainly hope the best for Travis Shaw, now ready to go and resume action here with runners at 1st and 2nd, a run in the Reds are leading it. 3 to 1 and Jesse Winker is at the plate. He's hit already for Winker infield single. Now he swings the first pitch and chops it foul. Off the front of the Reds first base dugout, count his own one. Jace Peterson at second base. Louise Aureus moved from second base to third. Here's the Oh one. And Winker takes down and away. The count is even one ball and one strike. Trying to figure out the answer to our Cincinnati Bell trivia question, who is the only other player besides Ken Griffey Jr in the 600 home run club? With 200 or more home runs with two separate teams pitched down and away. And one Barry Bonds. Albert Pujols, Sir Alex Rodriguez. But I had my first instinct would be Albert, who holds Um not very bonds, huh? No, not very. He didn't. He didn't hit that many home runs in Pittsburgh. Here's the 21. Baker chops it foul and I don't think I know Alex played a long time in Seattle, but I don't know that he had 200 there. I could be totally wrong. Definitely didn't have 200 in Texas, right? He was not there long enough. So I'm going to go with the Albert prove okay? Revisit that In the fourth inning and see how you did. 1st and 2nd base, one man out two and two on Winker. Anderson's pitch and Winker again. Chops it foul up the first base line. Still two and two. If you're listening tonight in your car truck radio, please remember to buckle your safety belt. This message brought to you by the Ohio Department of Public Safety. If you're not buckled up, what's holding you back at Two on one out, left hander turns it lose the 22 pitch taken down and away now full calendar. I mentioned this in the first inning and I'll say it again. Everything right now is going the Reds away From an offensive standpoint, every bounce has gone their way. And you've got to make it count and you've got to put runs on the board, especially early in this ballgame, 32 pitch and Winker swing since the slicing line drive, sinking quickly into left center Bradley Jr comes racing in and makes the running catch. And back to second base scrambling as Vladimir Gutierrez on the fly out by Winker. That was slicing toward left and sinking on Bradley Jr and he was still able to run it down. Tell you, Vladimir Gutierrez is awfully fortunate. Because I'm sure that where he has been playing There are few outfielders that can cover ground like Jackie Bradley Jr. I'm.
Baseball Together Podcast
"first base" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Gone ten x yeah. Nfl know that might be like an arena. Football easy touchdown there. You go okay. Xfl maybe yeah. That's right. Xfl that happening in the xfl with the beer. He for sure with a beer. No doubt no doubt. And and terrell owens. he's the one doing. Let's be more because when he got kicked out of everything else okay so anyway so this kid goes. He does his thing. Any shocking thing throws the can on the ground now. There was a lot of discussion on the facebook group about this a lot. That's an embellishment. There was a handful of discussion but the point is the. My favorite comment was from mark. Hartwick he said this bush league. And i'm like yeah no offense to mark mark. You're right it's amateurish. it's it's juvenile. It's ridiculous in every say every single way. But it's also the reason we have the phrase bush league. Yeah because this is the kalamazoo growlers and you said that. Is bush league that adam league. If you if you don't know where the term comes from go check out on tiktok. I did a little Fun fact. Fridays bush league but yeah that is one hundred percent this and that's why we love it because it's allowed and i you know i. I wanted to respond. But i thought i would say for this like if you think that. Is bush league and inappropriate for baseball and the sanctity. That is the cathedral of the stadium. Go watch the savannah. Bananas gotta go to savannah bananas gaming. I saw just a just a few weeks ago. They sent somebody up to the plate. Wearing stilts ono nine am surprised like five foot tall stilts and he will walk so he had to walk down to first base wearing his stilts. I did not see what the situation on the base paths was. But i did see this guy. Go down the first base with stilt and a great big. You're banana colored uniform. Oh yeah well and this could not. If he's on stilts it's not kilt night you better not be because that would have been a double co morbidity or whatever go in math two negatives do make positive and thereby exhaust. My extended the extent of my math knowledge mental health purposes two negatives make positive but the point is the savannah bananas and other college wood bat. Leagues are bush league. It is fun..
DSC On Demand
"first base" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Tell me something of yours that you swear is possessed popol pop-up hop hop on my other. Half is not spouse is not the number one answer. lauren. You can buzzing and steal it right now your pets. Your health is on but mark. There's a better answer mark you can steal it and win it right now. Appliances appliances is not on the list. The house answered already won the contest. I'm just trying to get four when you get a home. Run run to first base again. Donna gretchen no the answer. The number one. Answer something that you think. Is your kids your children. I mines and angel. I like to skate.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"first base" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Right? Step on first base. I'm a Cubs fan. I'm a Cubs fan. I'm pretty sure the guy that scores on my fantasy team I was embarrassed for the sport. I guess like, Look, it's a small part. Right? But a small part of America died on that plane isn't coming back. I mean, a small part of America is gone forever. Will Craig The bum of the week, bro. That's your bum of a week on lighter than you. Let's let's lean into our excellent Let's go Double back to back segments. Are you ready? Bogus? Sure, you ready, Tommy for BET, writer Bill makes the tough picks so you can fade accordingly. It's time for bet, writer with Phil. Oh, here we go. You guys ready? Perfect yesterday. Perfect. So the line has moved in Atlanta. It's too bad. It's an hour ago. Two hours ago, Atlanta were four point favorites there now five point favorites. I actually hate that line. You're the right pick here is Don't bet on the game. That's that's that's the right. That's the correct pick. That's probably where you where you were where we should be. I Hate it. Over under is to 11 to which is also just like, Hey, Thea under is usually the better bet, especially in the postseason. It clocks in a lot of clocks in yesterday in Lakers Suns, but I actually better than Utah and they each team.
"first base" Discussed on KTRH
"The Underground Railroad debuts on May 14th with season one based on the novel of the same name. Next week on Hu Lu, MLK FBI looks at how the intelligence community tried to destroy and discredit Dr King during the civil rights movement, and on May 19th, Jordan, Blam and Patton Oswalt bring you marvels Mo Doc, an adult animated stop motion Syriza, based on the comic book character. Big farmers under the microscope in the HBO original documentary, The Crime of the Century, which exposes the billions of dollars gained and thousands of lives lost due to the opioid crisis That's available May 10th, then the jean smart comedy Serious Hacks comes to HBO Max on the 13th along with Wonder Woman 1984, and that's new to view on I Heart Rate. 99 1 ht to its news radio 7 40 ktrh on FM. Welcome back everybody. Dr Joe Gilani, You're tuned into your health first every Sunday between seven and eight. P.m. Dr. Joe Giladi. Com is our websites Sign in front newsletter. As I've been saying, it's on the sign up is on the home page. At the top. The newsletter goes out every Wednesday morning on and it's a lot of fun to put together. We've got some great People that are helping on writing and producing the newsletter. But you have to sign up to get it. And starting next week this coming week we're going to be having a giveaway for a pair of Apple Airpods Air Pod Pro. I believe And so you in the sense have to be in it to win it. So go to Dr Joe Galante. Com Top of the page, it says subscribed, Click it name and email and you'll get a welcome email for me some extra free goodies that we are throwing in. And you will be set and you will not miss a thing. To be part of the program. Okay, so we were talking about Women's health and why it behoove us all. Take a look to the left. Take a look to the right. Who are the women in our lives? Now Today's Mother's day and we've been Focusing on our moms, but it could be your mother in law could be a sister. It could be a sister of yours or sister in law or your best girlfriend. But Mother's Day is an excuse to Talk about the women in our lives if you are a man or woman Okay? Or a child worried about your mom or grandmother or aunt or or favorite girlfriend. And the key to staying healthy. Is not only you taking care of yourself that is first and foremost. But the people around you and as I have said this numerous times We have patients that come and They exhibit certain symptoms or problems and the family members and whether it's a spouse or significant other a brother, a sister, cousin, a best friend, whatever it may be co worker They are hesitant to say anything. And depending on the city, like Yeah, You know, I've heard her talking about this complaint and at her stomach has hurt for like a year. And Yeah, I know she's lost £60. But, you know, I didn't want to say anything that might hurt her feelings. Well. At the first opportunity six months ago or a year ago, we could have intervened and Everything could have been that much more different, so it we have to get over this business of not being uh, overbearing. And if it has to do with your health and the name of the program is your health first you've got to put your health first, your health and the health of your family. And so you have to observe and speak up. So the last thing we were talking about last segment was the idea of prescription and nonprescription medications and again if you are at your your wife's, you know, comm, Odin, the bedroom or wherever they keep medicines or medicine, Chester in the kitchen, and you see that they are on 456 different prescriptions. You have to ask them. What is going on here? Why are you on this one in that one in this one, and that one, etcetera. You have to dial in to try to understand. And the sea number one isn't unnecessary Drug number two. Is there an alternative? Can they get off of it? Or what can they do from a lifestyle standpoint to get off the medicine? The other thing is, are these women up to date on screening disease prevention mammogram for breast cancer? Colon house could be For colon cancer PAP smear for cervical cancer of the G Y n malignancies. And are they Following up on possibly an abnormal screening test from six months ago. A year ago five years ago. What is what is their status of screening? The other on Sung problem Here is what is their emotional state. Everybody Sort of everybody is in this constant state of stress. We're stressed out. We're tired Jackal Lane For those of you. Net new Know who Jacqueline is. He came up with something back in the fifties of pooped out itis. Everybody has proved out. So you have to look our people under Some sort of emotional duress. Maybe it's over their health, and nobody's asking. Is it Financial? Is that emotional? Is that a relationship problem, But you want to try to be dialed into and ask questions. There's nothing wrong with asking questions, and it would probably be welcomed. If you were to ask questions. It's very important and so we have to.
Boomer & Gio
"first base" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"First base. Side alonso backhand slips turns around throws to first mcneil holds the back for the our alonzo thought about the throw to third and either he tried to hold up. He slipped as he was about to make a throw and so long. What if it were in the bottom of the inning and our the home team. Our in that situation and i could win by scoring one run. I do that every every time. We but a teams don't though it's amazing because they got analytics coming out there. You know what you're right. You're not wrong ridiculous. Actually just when try to win the ballgame. Try to move a runner over and the mets had that chance last night and the top of the tenth inning. They tried to help them with a wild pitch. That is true and they did not push run across a couple of batters later for chicago..
The How-to Entrepreneur
"first base" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"Hopefully we get speaking of which. How's the the biden. Excuse me biden. Administration been towards cannabis legalisation. Has there been any real changes. General sense the administrative turnover holiday. They said that this is going to be a top priority. In and and we're hoping to see able. There were two that as of now. I think you're seeing it quickly. Some new space Approved immediately for recreational use and some medicinal use legalization for the banking system. Success full flow of united states. Being the leader in the world and federally leader in the world. Federally legal for cannabis as well. So we really hope that by administration They do the right thing and get that uproot. When would that happen. Your guest this way could be. I hope fast would be great again. Inappropriate should alcohol while. Let's see where we are in the next five years for abbas and cds. So it's gonna be pretty exciting time and i'm starting to think that the more and more this becomes popular the more people like myself or people out there that are interested in starting a business just due to the nature of it and also for the you know the green investment opportunity that it is if they wanted if they were to reach out to you to bed and they wanted to get something going. Do they need any sort of business. Legitimate certifications and i need Do need to be ready to patent product wants the. Rnd's donors any other legalese. Maybe like the fda approval I know you guys you said you had the health canada approval that gets brought in everything when all when all can make. That's a good question. I mean it's a case by case situation. You know we. We would make sure that we would set them up with our team and we would make sure that they're fully compliance with the day are going down the path of what they would be fired to do whether it's a full lp or whether it's a white label. I wish to be in space. There are regulatory procedures. They would have to go through and we use that. We walk through that whole process in a system in that process. So that's the beautiful advantage being able to offer that white label. And i just wanted to mention a little bit. We were talking about the exciting part of the. Us is when federal legalization comes. And then what's exciting. With the with beth candidates we have the ability to take our products and sell into the united states as well. And that's what we're watching with getting ready with that at south of the border as well. So that's exciting so that you have a pillar to continue to revenue and Company getting going to the next level. So that's exciting so you don't have to wait for sales and that is super important and that's one of the major competitive advantages that you guys have Becky on just from a standpoint of where we are in the times legalization and what you guys are capable of providing on the smaller and larger scales now. I know that we've mentioned a lot of it. Are there any other important competitive advantage advantages. That you think are worth mentioning as well. I think we've mentioned everyday that That we've done over a lot That we've not being able to have access to the us. Nazi being able to have access international in europe being able to be a wanted a Maybe two or three that has bility's to offer white labor and then being really already run that has the yard wrongly syllabi that we have the assets that we are the full vertical that we're not depending on others and able to Develop products that were not bound to be a light. There's no you are answering anyone else. You own everything. You're you're able. You're able to develop your products. You're able to get ready to be able to distribute. You're already hints thousand points of distribution in canada for up to five thousand. You're already getting ready with your jeep. Plant based products to to get ready to shit into southeast asia. Really is a a really strong branch of foundation. Be able to build a kind of like a house or a great skyscraper that has such a strong foundation that is fluid that you can continue to lead and strengthen the foundation that you get a lead in this gory so No i think we hit those ones out pretty good today. You're only canada and you're not looking south of the border. You have no relationships. Just i love our approach because really really strong in the four or five pillars and we'd back rape partners like teeth got great leadership and great management We've got our own source were able to maximize barton's we're able to develop our own products. They go to market. We're able to offer a full white label for any entrepreneurs and bail keys where the yeah water or one in the highest independently owned entrepreneurial owned bottling facility with capabilities. Two hundred million dollars state of the art bombing facility balance sheet has fifty fifty five. Why but that took as a company and the acquisitions we made when you look at those divisions of business. Those are ten years of business that now we're talking about and looking at the next five to ten years. That's yeah that was. That was one hell of elevator pitch gone. I hope i answered. It's exciting site. That's great retail partners again at a seven. Eleven law. Blouse sohbi's metro. You know these are. This is where. Cpg products yet distributed and it allows us to have a very good relationship when we started south of the border as well. So we're excited. We're really excited or revenue-generating company and we'd like to do everything so that we can make more and more profit create shareholder value for our shareholders to what we're for speaking of the shareholders. You guys are currently listed on both the us and canadian markets. Right we are yes. We are under symbol as.
The How-to Entrepreneur
"first base" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"When it comes to the cannabis industry. You know this is. This is great because you know we've got strong balance sheet so it's a bit. You know candidates impressive. We own our own akwa for land. We owned state of the art about north of fifty five million assets. So we're we're strong from that perspective. We that it was important to the being the leader for canada being the leader in federally legalization of abbas That's fantastic. We were seeing the adoption. The students states in the united states need federalization. That's coming. I believe down in the us. And so we partnered in the united states for a good partner that we With someone we've been in the beverage face has never experienced re partnered with a brand called keys and keep this a great in the leader in the united states. The number one top selling brand in the united states year after year number of units sold very strong distribution over a thousand points dispensaries distribution in the number of baltic states eight of the top ten beverages in colorado or from and two of the top ten in california from gene. And so we partnered with to do have a great strong presence in camden. The united states for their brands and end with our own house. France that we also developed like anarchist's mountain etc. It's a partnership in the us once. Ready to launch a and play according to federal legalisation for full federalization. The us that we've got a partner that has manufacturing capabilities frost on the us. I guess you can't from canada. The united states at candidates have not yet so we got a great partner from vaccine perspective as well down in the us better. Great with existing distribution that can put our products in the up in canada for the american product of kief is gonna be off the hook. We're getting ready to distribute within the next six to eight weeks so we're really excited about the international growth we also fired Direct to consumer platform down in the. Us object therapy oils. It allows us to sell nutraceutical health and wellness nutraceutical. Cbd hemp extract interest versus. Were as. Well we have about twenty three thousand customers history two years in the business to three years this this run rate this year. I two seven million dollars in and we're going to be positive you've been on on our direct consumer business. We have immediate. What gives us beautiful access to the full united states. America were selling today and western europe as well. So we're you know we. We see that as legalization internationally becomes more than just canada mexico. Open up their their their doors as well with the that just happened recently as well. You know you're going to get the whole world it to me. I look at it. Like the end of prohibition and alcohol we are sixty years later yup. Where are we going to be this year. Wanted to you know where going to look like in in the next Four to five to six years right. I say we're on halfway to first baseman half base because this is going to be an explosive good for you. Industry may benefits health benefits the plant and the product. And and you know and and flower smoking flower the two predominant stronger areas of what people were used to people now want edibles and they wanna benbridge want social lounges and they wanna be able to To interact without having to smoke input the those products lots. We're so excited about the future. Can you imagine the world opens up and we can start to ship everywhere. Scattered side of the business Dilling and then you've got the fiji side of the business which is the item are buried out there as well so nice for pillared approach to our business and i think we're ready ready for full adoption and grown and it's just an execution play now products into the marketplace. We're gonna take a quick commercial break. Keep the lights on. Provide you with the words mar sponsor. Eating should be enjoyable simple. Make you feel completely prepared to take on every day at one hundred percent. Saint solutions sane plan is the only program endorsed by top doctors from prestigious medical schools. Proven to help your hormones brain digestion. New start lowering your body's natural set. Wait you will lose that bounce your blood. Sugar naturally guaranteed go to saint solutions dot com today here in the us. I mean for those that. Don't already drink anything that's infused or they're not familiar with it. They are very the few. Because it's already very popular down here. like you've mentioned keith. From colorado eight out of ten. That is not surprise me at all here in california. The fact that they've taken the stage of too. I mean that's that makes perfect sense as well Type of influence that they've had been that colorado started the start of it all for america. Yeah they're they're really the you know the the the domestic hero when it comes to getting this stuff Legalized and decriminalized. But i mean also you've got the big pr players in the states When it's true from she owns goop. I mean she opened very very open about the fact that she uses these kinds of bedford beverages while she's just relaxing at home and they're actually on her in-home favorites You know things to do while re just relaxing you know i. I'm not sure if that smoking vaping Is something that maybe maybe. Just on. An appeals more to that Enjoy smoking just to be blunt. But there's definitely a huge market for for beverages for people that aren't interested in putting anything in their body adjusting through the use of their moms is is just really just unexplored territory. So i'm sure time it really is and and for people that own the frequent. Excuse me for people that frequent dispensaries. I'm sure that they've seen these drinks. They know that they're available there. They can buy them in dispensaries therefore sale but warehouse. Can anyone purchase cannabis in candidates only authorized dispense race and So bad on the united states again Should be should be only through licensed dispensaries as well. Can you find. Cd products at us beverages. That may be outside of that. I don't know were very much When we look at our distribution what went to being federally legal means in canada. Wait along the Distributed to authorize federally legal distribution points of sale now straight from the online brand owners. You know the the jerk therapy Whether take your etc you could. You could sell If it's a online platform you've been sell products but but the majority of the distribution channels is right now. The united states as a little bit different than data. When i speak about canada a little bit moore's yet it's only three dispensaries. Authorized dealer for cetera united states. I think that's the way it's going to be down there as well But there are some grey areas as well down in the us so that's federal legalisation has to get itself in its company and it's coming government government..
The How-to Entrepreneur
"first base" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"And then Your beverage and producer beverage at your out to market with a beautiful product and that is called of white label slash private label awesome. So you guys are. I mean you guys are the whole nine yards I know that for anyone. That's ever done any sort of white label Work as as as a founder as an owner of a company. That's actually looked into it myself. I've actually been turned away for a number of different reasons and you. You guys encompass the full spectrum. It sounds like and when you mentioned branding. Jazz actually provide any sort of help when it comes to You know what's going on the bottlers. That's something that they normally bring to you. And that's kind of where the the london with the line of saint on is great because get to two different types of opportunities people that have their own formulation the And that's it so we don't have to worry about that. We'll just give circulation will use for them or they have an idea. They need some help in that process and we have offered that ability to help them. Formulations we offer the ability to Let them work with our creative directors that the iran. We're a full one. Stop shop any. We've had experienced since we started out in the business. We're in a very big business in the beginning. Ten years going this we continued to grow today. We probably the largest It privately owned Highest capacity lean manufacturing facility across canada where we can produce over two hundred million a year. the beautiful thing is is that our requirements and honestly you require to produce white label with us. We try to Service the the independence And we serve as the major that we should produce millions and millions of also we from experience of being an entrepreneur We've offered yeah irving's opportunity to take care of their customers that are out. There doesn't know you guys are serving the mom and pops in the major cbgb's sectors of the world. It's a lot of manufacturers. They don't do that. And even the entrepreneurs and the people out there in the small business that are trying to start a business that have raised some capital. Sometimes it's just not enough for these accused but it's also going to hear and you mentioned entrepreneurship. Did the company get founded with with you as a member of the team I know it's been around since two thousand seventeen in the ceo. Are you the founder as well. How does it work. yeah. I'm i'm deanna. I come from the beverage face one of our most recent acquisitions that we made with that. Cana was where. I kind of started the health and wellness beverage space for optional products. Which is up for instance are elegant. Make on bass mineral beverage proprietary the cpg space or the leader in that space in the world. I started out in the industry about ten years ago and had the experience of dealing with in health canada. Whatever you produce in beverages and you ingest require the highest level of compliance and health canada brutal no different than would be equivalent to your fda united states and so i started off of that experience built this proprietary cbj products that were thousand doors and getting ready to expand internationally now. Getting south borders the united states with our g product and stop the station. And that took me about five years to get compliance for the formulation and making sure that the product tasted really really unbelievable that had had the efficacy of the product. So that was my background. And then wendy legalization federalization happen in canada it was an infusion of cd thc in hemp extracts. And being able to infuse making sure that it was tasteless Lists sure that the beverage would taste. Good i Achieve all the other functions is how we'd end Founded beth cannon started the journey into the health and wellness space cannabis. That has beautiful. Health and wellness is operatives for everybody no surprise at all i mean just about and industry is heading in that direction the sustainability aspect of your product. And you mentioned that. I think i heard you say took five years to get the approval. It does not happen overnight. It does not have plant-based when you're a leader if you really going to develop a product that is proprietary. The no one has done some market with the then. You're going to have to go through all of those tests and making sure that food safety etcetera etcetera etcetera. So yes. it's a very long process especially when no one else has ever ventured into that. That that category pioneers. How many of us are entrepreneurs buying years right. You guys are becoming the gold standard So with so much going on. I mean you guys are literally breaking ground every day every day. You're doing something you're pretty much writing history. I read think it was about a week ago or a recent. At least that you guys appointed the pepsico executive molise panetta. She's kind of understood the president She's bringing some experience on board. And i'm i'm thinking that You guys are. Are you guys expanding right now. Are you guys trying to build more of a c. suite or what what was the The motive behind bringing misbehave you know mr head of innovation. Fc she understands the cpg space Very very Talented in that aspect business She's building her team. I think you're gonna start seeing a rollout. I think we're on ninety on earth space for the evolution of the space in this industry on what we offer We're really excited about the future shareholder value that we in the offer more extended about bow. What innovation of products that we developed. And how many remind into their hands internationally domestically in the united states. She's professional she said been in business and and she's now surrounding yourself with a group of individuals that have actually succeeded in the execution of the business in the execution. You know as an entrepreneur. You and i can have a great idea. We can get it to a certain point. You really gotta take that step back and make sure that you surround yourself with people that are than we will ever be an experience that we don't have in that you can surround yourself with strong people enough you Original business. I think you're going to be really really pleased to see the type of people that we have joining. And we're getting ready for that launch into southeast asia for products we're getting ready for nutraceutical Which we do have beautiful nutraceutical. We also do shots so does has the effect if you have a deficiency wanted to do st. We even offered little shots at supplements the plant based innovation of a plant based mineral of beverage mkx our own fresh out the spring water that we own our own source in canada Nonsense man and the water directly from apple directly enjoy ogling facility which is beautiful beautiful water that we we offer it in our cpg licensed area and in our cannabis licensed area and Exciting time and so. I would just getting ready to get First base to see how we get to the next from winston at eight to be pretty yet. Sounds like an. It's super important to get these things right close to right the first time in bringing on minimum with the experience and to think that there's not someone out there they know how to do anything that me your you. I know how to do better than us. It's just fetched so yes it's also and expecting the sort of growth that's gonna be coming in the industry in the years to come. You're going to need those leaders and innovators that are already really heavy. Hitters in other industries to stand out and be The the face the pioneers the the leaders of the space like you guys are already doing intend on in years from now and speaking of which. How do you feel. Growth will will continue not only in canada but in the united states.
The How-to Entrepreneur
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KNBR The Sports Leader
"first base" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Catcher, you know, it's like the Warriors drafted. You know Steph Curry's replacement. You're like, Wait. What? You know, it's kind of S O. They've never really come out and addressed it other than to say. You know, you never have too many catchers. One could play first base. I don't know. But have you done any early reporting or talking about Joey Barters? That's something that's gonna be a big focus of your spring coverage. I think it's really kind of any things on the table with him. You know that They have every team draft nowadays, you know, not necessarily by position. But my best player available, so I'm not sure that Bailey necessarily means like okay, we're gonna trade Bart. At some point. It gives him the option if they want to. Not Bart's fault that with the whole Posey situation last year, he got rushed, obviously wasn't quite ready. They still value him. There's no doubt about it, but yeah, this is definitely a spring to keep an eye on him and he hear about going out and getting Curt Casali. You know they're set. They don't have to rush him. He needs a full season. He's one of those guys and I mentioned needs a full season in the minor lakes, you know, may be available in case it even injury might do. Well, You don't know. Don't rush the guy. And if you need to throw him in to get a major piece, say, if you're making a push at mid season, you could potentially do that, too. Wow, it's good stuff, man. I'm loving talking ball here. All right, Susan. Great. Catching up. Great. Welcome. I know you did the afternoon so yesterday, but Your official with the morning crowd. Now we had young with the A's, but now look at you and I see by the way on social media, Paulie All the ace fans are just weeping tears. That stuff Susan taken away like that, but I love all of them their grades. Yeah, That's the pity in her voice right there. No. All right. We're gonna have a refuge years over there, guys. Man made the move anyway. Suppose can't wait. Love That story's already will follow the next free agent outfielder. Toe fall through your scribblings in the Chronicle. And thanks for coming on. Thanks to you. All right. There she is. Susan Slusser. They're nice shoes, man. Nice addition. She's always get on the air, too. I like that about Susan, like she's talking to her over the years like she's she's. Obviously there's a great job in the paper, but she's also she's just good on the air, which helps just Stanford down Now. She got a brain in her head. Well, Paul Weller little little scene. Well, if that's this is a case where We're me, Murph. Oh, you're way more along with Weller than me. Kind of box you out down low on this one. I'm not even trying for position. No, I'm on the perimeter. I was hanging out like you don't know this about I mean, well, it's kind of my I was I love hesitant to bring this up because go. What? Well after he broke out from the jam, which was a super cool.
The Soccer Specialist Podcast
"first base" Discussed on The Soccer Specialist Podcast
"The more four she can put into the ground the faster. You're going to be. Which is why. I talked about the different strengths. And how important relative strength is. That's the strength. Were really looking to improve. So some of those arm. Keys to strike gains include as i just mentioned your form progressive overload. Which is getting stronger. you do. You're right you do have to add weight The volume of your workouts. The total amount of work. You're doing the intensity of effort. Okay the recovery. That's part of your training as well. You have to recover from your sessions in order to let your body repair heal and grow stronger the frequency. How often you're working out. And your exercise selection these things all have to be put together in the right way so that you can make progress going forward. You gotta keep these principles in mind. When you're developing programs otherwise you end up with a lack of progress where or slower progress than necessary or possibly overtraining and an injury. So as i mentioned before upper body strength and how important that is improving your speed and overall athleticism is not simply about lower leg exercises not even four soccer as i mentioned. You need your body needs to be balanced. Imbalances can be the gateway to end injuries Poor performance a good example for me and this is just by understanding of strength training and development and athletics in playing sports. My whole life. You see a lot a lot. A lot of hamstring injuries in professional athletes is simply a baseball player's going down the first base. But right you see non-contact hamstrings all the time and football basketball soccer hockey and for me just as an outside observer. Has i think a lot of this has to do with the A couple of possibilities improper training in that too much of the training that they're doing is focusing on the quadriceps muscles the front of thi- not the hamstring and getting a strength imbalance. And then you get an injury or simply overtraining where the body breaking down breaking down into eventually were the point that it's it's got a force you to stop the overtraining so an injury happens of another great example. This is lower back injuries. A lot of times. It's an imbalance because people train the core lot right. You're always doing the ab work in this. And that and they're not really trained in the lower back. They shouldn't than you get injuries. Because of that imbalance okay so proper training is really important. And the upper body also plays a crucial role in movement mechanics whether it straightaway sprinting. Speed change direction..