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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:16 min | Last month

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's where you were at the time. Okay. So graduate. You're in Harvard. I was the first year host of NFL network. And it was at the breakers hotel in Palm Beach, Florida, the famed breakers hotel, Al was leaving, getting in a courtesy car to go to the airport. Howard Katz longtime NFL executive and television executive, where they go way back to the worldwide world of sports day, says, ow, what would you rate the breakers? Al looks at him and says, two and a half seasons got in the car and went off to the airport. That happened. It is the best. He usually we'll see, I usually see him the day of the game. So I'll get a full night through. Everything that happened. But he is 1 million. He is he's a treasure, and then just last one, I'm assuming when the check was placed in front of Bezos, nobody reached, right? Nobody reached to the check. It was just, right? I don't think everybody even did the fake reach. Didn't even do that. No, it's like that Geico commercial, right? We just the fake alligator. Okay, very good. Ryan, I hope this is the first of many times you appear here. Thank you so much for doing it. And like I said, I really enjoy watching you in the rest of the crew on Thursdays. Thank you. All right, thank you. Right back at you. That's Ryan Fitzpatrick, formerly of Harvard, now of Amazon. Right here on the rich Eisenhower. Well, I guess once you're Harvard always Harvard, my bad. Yeah, yeah, yeah. The Harvard University. I'm trying to get no, I'm just trying to get ready for that because I know Chris Carter's coming up next hour. I don't want to screw that up. Got it. I don't want to screw it up. Let's talk about them not getting crime for free. Huh? Let's talk about them not getting primed for free. So with that, come on, hook a brother up. That would never be me. If I'm sitting, I'm like, hey, Jeff, would you? Yeah. Jeff. Hey, Jeff. I'm going to call him. Mister? Jeff, your Jeff. I'm an employee. What's up with some prime? Prime, right? Oh yeah. There's an astronaut Ashton must know. He probably asked him, must know him. I'm sure he does. Absolutely. You know? Has nothing to do with me though. Why? You're friends with him. Okay. Throw to break? I think we should go to break.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:19 min | Last month

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Down for those who are listening on terrestrial radio now, you just missed a segment where we were, I mean, mind-blowing facts. Mind-blowing facts should look it up. Joining us here on the rich eisen show after a lengthy NFL career where he just was one of the most joyous and enjoyable players to watch and now I'm enjoying watching him right in the middle of the set on prime videos coverage of Thursday Night Football where we're going to watch the Arizona Cardinals take on the New Orleans Saints and we are hoping for touchdowns joining us here on the Mercedes Benz vans phone line is none other than Ryan Fitzpatrick. How are you doing Ryan? I am good. I'm glad you mentioned the Harvard thing. I'm here cleaning my degree right now. Is that right? Yeah, something I like to bring up early and up and also Chris Hogan played lacrosse. Oh, I didn't know that. Oh, that's a good one. Get out of here. Wow. Didn't know that. Yeah, I heard you went to Harvard. I heard about that. I heard about that, so. Way in the past though, it's been a while. Has it been? How'd you get there, man? How'd you get there, Ryan? Very crazy. I did not know until I started getting letters from Harvard that they had a football team. And that was like junior or senior year of high school. Because I grew up in Arizona and it's not used to live in the day of ESPN U where I could turn it off. The Harvard play in Cornell battle it out on a Friday night. So I just didn't get recruited by many people, so I decided to go to the best school I could. So it was my fallback. Hell of a fall back. Hell of a fallback, man. You're doing great in the TV gig, Ryan. He seems like you're a natural for it and you're enjoying it. What perhaps have you been doing for this gig? I believe. It has been so much fun. I think part of it is we've got Richard Sherman straight off the field. Andrew Whitworth's straight off the field. Tony Gonzalez, who's like the obviously he's been doing this for a while on different networks. He's got like dad jokes up the wazoo. So it's like sometimes you laugh, sometimes you make fun, but and then Carissa Thompson's kind of our QB directing and making sure that all these rookies know what the heck they're doing. But it's been fun for me just to stay connected the fact that it wasn't a hard stop done playing football and done with everything in the NFL. So my prep and homework, a lot of it is watching football and that's something aside from Monday and Sunday Night games that never really been able to experience with my kids before. So it's been a lot of fun just to sit on Sunday and be able to sit back and watch the games with them. Ryan, Fitzpatrick here on the rich eisen show, what is going on in Denver? What can you diagnose for me what the issue is with the Bronco so far? It is hard to watch right now and maybe the hardest part about it is there defense is playing so well. So if they did anything on offense, they would be such a better team right now, but it's obviously hasn't been a good fit between Nathaniel Hackett and Russell Wilson because if you look at their offense, there's talent and I think it's tough that they lost Williams to the ACL for the year. He was a big part of what they do, but it's not like Russell Wilson doesn't have guys to throw to. And sitting there watching the film. It's kind of head scratching because there are a lot of plays where guys are open and I don't know if you're just not comfortable with the reject or he's not comfortable in the offense, but there's just some stuff that I know coaching wise they can do better, but a lot of stuff that falls on us as well and he's never really been like at this point in his career where he's the one that's taken the brunt of the blame, but I think that's kind of where it's shifting at this point. Well, I mean, because anybody who makes that much, right? And is also puts himself out there commercials and memes and things of that nature. You're going to get those slings and arrows. That's just the nature of the NFL. What coaching stuff, though, have you seen that you think needs to be buttoned up changed here? Because the whole car. I think go ahead. I mean, we've seen the clock management stuff. We've seen some of the questionable decisions. Even in our Thursday night game, I know we live in a world of analytics and this is the win percentages and but there's a third down late in that game where Russell Wilson ends up throwing an interception in the end zone. And I'm just, you know, why not hand the ball off and kick the field goal to go up 6 because if anybody was actually watching that game, Indy could not protect Matt Ryan, it was a bloodbath back there. There was no way they were going to go down the field and score touchdown. I don't care what the analytics said or the winning percentage, it was an easy decision to hand that ball off on third down, get to the two minute warning kick a field goal, go up 6 and put it in the hands of your defense because they were playing so well and getting after Matt. Ryan Fitzpatrick here on the rich eisen show. And then the conversation surrounding Justin Fields last week and what we saw last week on Thursday night, we're going to see that front and center again on Monday night. He's going to have a nationally televised game. This is the Belichick defense he's going against this time too. And normally he will just chew up any offensively challenged team and spit it straight out. So what's your sense of Justin Fields is development having watched that in person last week, Ryan? Yeah, it was hard to watch and even leading up to the game. It was hard to watch because I did not know how good of a runner he is. It is, in my mind, Lamar Jackson. Justin Fields and then everybody else. But he is that dynamic and I mean, I guess all the Ohio State highlights and things in games that I saw, his receiving core Ohio State. He has

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White Liberals Are Going After Herschel Walker

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 months ago

White Liberals Are Going After Herschel Walker

"I want to show you how this works The median America Herschel Walker is an African American Herschel Walker is a Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker an iconic figure not just in football and not just in Georgia all over the country But he's a Trump supporter and Trump supported him and he's the nominee for the United States Senate And he is being brutalized by white liberals Who want Warnock To get reelected He's being brutalized by white liberals on MSNBC like Joe Scarborough He's bring brutalized by white liberals like those at The New York Times He's being brutalized by white liberals that The Daily Beast Some backwards little known sight And a woman who said she had a relationship with him can't wait to speak to all the media outlets Anonymously And that's what she's doing And she's trying to destroy him Remember this guy fits Gerald I think that's was named Fitzgerald or Fitzpatrick It was the Republican nominee in Illinois who was running for the Senate against Barack Obama And remember the Democrats got a Democrat judge in California to release the divorce records that were under seal They're all kinds of allegations in a divorce and the allegations against him for doing this side and the other thing And remember turned out they were false Even though his ex-wife had made the allegations

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Scheffler starts with Tour Championship lead and expands it

AP News Radio

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Scheffler starts with Tour Championship lead and expands it

"Scheffler started with a two shot lead as the number one seed in the FedExCup He added to that lead with a 565 putting him 5 strokes ahead of Xander schauffele Matt Fitzpatrick is third at -9 One ahead of Joaquin niemann and defending champ Patrick cantley Rory McIlroy opened with triple bogey but he recovered for a 67 that puts him Adolf the lead

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Is Justin Simmons the Best Safety in the NFL?

Schlereth and Evans

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Is Justin Simmons the Best Safety in the NFL?

"Number one, story right now at Denver fan dot com, you're looking at Justin Simmons voted league's best safety while Peterson wrote about that if you want to check that out on the website and fan dot com. It is Justin Simmons the best safety in the NFL or was he just voted the best safety in the NFL? You know, it's a great question. He's always, I think stoke really summed it up well when he said any given Sunday he can be the best safety in the NFL, but there are some guys, you know, there are some really good safeties in the NFL bayard comes to mind with the Tennessee Titans. If it's Patrick, make it Fitzpatrick is a really good place. There's a Berlin James Derwin James is an absolute that guy is a difference making. He's a beast. But again, he plays differently. He's down in the box, 90% of the time, or 80% of the time. So it's just the kind of it just depends. He's a different cat,

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"All right, PGA Tour has responded Jay monahan on Tuesday. Morning had a mandatory players meeting at the travelers championship out of that meeting. It was leaked and he's about to have a presser, I think, in the next couple of hours, but we're recording early today, but I think he's just going to say everything that's been leaked, which is that there will be starting in 2023, which is next year. If you're not close to a calendar, that's next year, next fall. There will be an 8 event fall series with no cut, a top 50, and the FedExCup standing, so the top 50 who finished the FedExCup, the few months beforehand, that following the season beforehand will be eligible and will be in these events. There will be no cut, 8 events, $20 million per for each. It's a great idea. I don't know if they're going to throw teams in there. Where did they come up with this? I said this months ago before these guys started going over, just take everything that they were rumored to be doing and just do it. I don't know why it took the guys to actually call Jay monahan's bluff and just go. For him to be like, oh yeah, we have all this extra money. We have like $20 million to give in the fall and we're just going to do like smaller events for all you guys. Could you just do it? Just do it. For two years. This is like Phil Mickelson has got to be in a room somewhere. I don't know where. Just yelling being like, yeah, this is what I want. But I got $200 million and now I'm not part of the PGA Tour anymore. And that's what had to happen. But how much better would Phil's life be if they just listened to him? And he's like, this is what the players want. Like I've talked to them. I've talked to like 20 to 30 of the top guys, even though some of them are over the hill and other guys are villains. This is what we want. Can you just listen to us and Jaime island is like, no, leave. I bet you won't. And he's like, we will. We're gonna answer horrifically hard questions, and we're gonna, everyone's gonna think we're like, we made 9 11 happen, but like we just wanted more money for all the PGA Tour players and less events and like cooler different formats. And he's like, no, and now he's doing it. It's fucking infuriating probably for the guys. They're like, why are we having to be over here with these fucking lunatics in Saudi Arabia? You could just done this 6 months ago. It is inarguable that competition, wherever it comes from, is better for the participants, because Jay monahan dropped the ball. That's my stance. I think he fucking dropped the ball on it. It had all this money and all this opportunity to do this. What happens with when a PJ tour is in the position that they're in, there's a little bit of complacency because you think nobody's ever gonna go anywhere. So now it's starting to motivate, change. And it's sucks. It fucking sucks that it comes from Saudi Arabia, and there's these guys jumping over for this. That's what made this happen. I mean, yeah, there's certainly the PGA Tour in Jay monahan, they're not blameless in this whole thing..

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"Like normal headed intelligent people would like read between the lines and all the fine print and make sure that these guys lives are going to be okay over there and nothing's going to be. Obviously there's going to be some restrictions on what they can say. I'm just trying to just take a point on like, I would assume that they looked at everything when making these decisions. Like a fucking Abraham answer who's really surprising name. Like didn't take all these things into account, big numbers. I think they did. I think the number is just trounces all the other stuff. I think that's what it comes down to, right? They don't want to deal with negative publicity, but they made a calculation where however many millions is worth negative publicity, having to be in tough interviews, not being able to say whatever the hell you want to say. I think that's the tradeoff. It very well could be that nothing like that happens. These guys contracts go for three or 5 years. They make hundreds of $1 million. They only have to do a couple pressers where they get asked tough questions about Saudi's past and it's not that big of a deal. That could be fun. I'm just saying, for me, on a personal level, the reason that I would be very hesitant or resistant if I were in these guys shoes is because of the uncertainty and because there's already evidence that they can't just say, I went purely for the money that they're just lying to people. They're literally standing up and lying and saying, oh, we're going to grow the game. Everybody's like, how did you grow the game last week? It feels like, well, there were kids at the event in London. Like, oh, okay. You're just lying. Now you have to lie. And the reason you have to lie is because you made a deal for money and in exchange for that money, you're put in a position where you can't just be honest with people..

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"I hated my couch so much in Manhattan that I just left it behind. I was like, I'm not taking that thing with me. I'm gonna buy a new couch when I get here. So now I'm in this weird in between stage where I didn't bring my old couch and my new couch hasn't gotten here yet. So I'm just standing in my apartment doing a podcast right now. And in terms of decor, yeah, I don't know what I'm doing. I've gotten to the point now where I put out a call for help on Twitter last night. So I said in paintings, you're looking for paintings? I don't even know what I'm soliciting at this point. I just need help putting things up on my walls. I don't know people are like, it's about, you can't ask people for help. It's about what you like, what art speaks to you. It's like, I just want to put it up on my walls, so it doesn't look like I'm living in an insane asylum. That's all I want. So I did, I put out a call to action a call for help last night. Got a lot of suggestions that I'm going to have to go through more than I was even anticipating. So, but I'm just standing in an empty apartment right now. And that's why it's echoey. Yeah, you need to get some bar stools for sure. You can't be standing for two hour podcast. I ordered those. Those are on the way. The stand is not ideal. So we have mat Fitzpatrick on the show. Excellent, fun interview. He's beaming ear to ear. It goes through a lot of the shots, the moments he's super honest. Talk about the cross he had a chipping and we get a good story about him, you know, not even sure and some shots in the U.S. open if he should go cross handed or conventional. And obviously we've had him on four or 5 times from, you know, really it felt like his start, if you will, on the PGA Tour, he's big on the European tour and the race to Dubai and winning that. Getting on the rider cup and kind of his whole evolution and progression to where he's at now, where he's the hottest thing in golf. He just won the most recent major championship U.S. open. It was a phenomenal one too. So it terms of U.S. opens. I felt like it came with the most validity that you can have. It doesn't have a chambers bay or Aaron hills or congressional and Rory WAN and it rained and he was able to just drop everything like there's always some in there's a difference in when you win it a wing foot or an oak ma and I feel like the country club very much presented itself like those venues of you had to fucking carry all the characteristics of a true old school U.S. open champion to win this last week and he did all that. So congrats to Matthew Fitz. He's elevated only the second English man since 1970 to win the U.S. open and he was in studio with you guys brought the trophy chatting with us and then we got a million things going on PGA Tour all of a sudden found like hundreds of millions of dollars that they're going to allocate to players in a new series that looks identical to another series, which that series has now lured Brooks Koepka away. Abraham answer away Colin Moore kawa put out statements, basically shooting on everyone saying that they were wrong because he's not going anywhere. Barcelona golf time. We're going to talk about that real quick because we have our own tea time app. I used it yesterday actually to find a new place long leaf, went over there, got a tee time, got a great deal..

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"Open. It's insanity. One of our top guys, we appreciate you coming in. We're very, very happy for you. Congratulations. We still got to do our scramble against you now. It's got things of ramped up. Things are ramped up. Before we get into that, did you see his face done the other day? Was that crazy? It breaks FaceTimed you in the midst of the madness. I know. We were live on the show. I saw the missed call, yes. No, no, no. We were a bold attempt. It was bald. We were recording the show. We're like, why don't we just call the guy right now? Have you had anybody reach out to you and say congratulations that you didn't expect? Somebody, somebody huge, and you're like, holy shit. Yeah, I am a member of his golf club down in Florida and he let me in, but Michael Jordan did take me and just saying well done. So that was like that was my first Patrick stick just dropping on the fucking. That was a pretty, I was pretty close to that. MJ, congratulating someone on a championship is as high as you can get in sports. You know what I mean? Yeah. Like you guys are talking about the thing you both do. That was unreal. You guys carry that trophy getting text from Michael Jordan. I tried to FaceTime him after. He like swiped right by your notifications. Scramble, we say it to every guy comes on, we just like never follow up with them. We have to fucking play. The problem we're running into now is that the guys that we challenge, then they win a major and they become harder. You Scotty was the guy we're going to do. And just won the masters. One of these days we'll play in a scramble. Whenever that is, who knows? But seriously, congratulations. Thank you. I mean, really happy for you, man. Thank you very much. Congratulations about you, man. Thanks, guys. Appreciate the time. The United States open champion Matt Fitzpatrick was in studio in the office with you fellas. I zoomed in for it, so we're all there for the interview, but I wasn't physically there..

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"Was thinking back. We saw you on Monday. You were walking on the range. We gave you a little fist bump, and now looking at you with this trophy. It's so crazy to think about that moment where on the range, we just saw the U.S. open champion, we didn't even know it. Is there a moment from Monday until Sunday that you can pick out that you felt like you had it this week? Is there ever a time that you know? I don't think so, but I was like, I feel like I don't really give away too much, but I felt really confident about the whole week. Just in general, it didn't feel like a major to me because I've had success there before. Just being so comfortable on that golf course, knowing where to hit it, where not to, and for me, like, deep down, I was like, I'd be everyone on this golf course. And I feel like I do it again. And that was the big thing the whole week, it was just like, if I had a bad hole, I was like, well, I've been through this whole before, so I know I can get it back. And I just felt so comfortable and whereas there wasn't one shot out there where I was like, this is the only hole where I felt uncomfortable, and I played it three over for the whole week, and it's the only hole we didn't play in the U.S. amateur was 11, part three. And that was the only hole that I just felt awful on the whole week. And I hit love wedge, sand wedge, cat wedge sandwich. And it's like a flick, you know? I go there and hit a bucket balls, probably miss the green ones. That's how it is. But the rest of the golf course, there wasn't a shot that I was like intimidated by where you go all the places you go to Augusta and all these other golf courses and you're like not feeling comfortable on this whole or this shot, but there that there.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick. Folks, we're joined right now, days after winning his first major championship by longtime friend of the program so much so that we would test his skills and his listening capabilities and the truthfulness on if he was listening and he would all pass. He's been on this show three or four or 5 times. He I think was our first COVID guest and now he returns in studio. I'm looking at this giant U.S. open trophy as the United States open champion Matthew Fitzpatrick. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. Thank you. Nice to be back..

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fore Play

"A friend of this program who won the United States open Matthew Fitzpatrick and we're going to do something a little differently. Usually we throw interviews in at the end and we go through talking points and whatever the hell we talk about at the beginning, but obviously we got the champ came in Tuesday after we won the U.S. open with the trophy and the whole deal and the presence and the aura, talking about cross handed shipping. He goes through some huge shots in his mindset in big moments throughout the entire week, some fascinating tidbits. We talk about us trying to FaceTime him and whether he saw that or he didn't. He did. And a lot of great stuff with Matthew Fitzpatrick. So we're not, it's not lost on us, so there's a million things going on in the golf world as well. So we get into debates and chats about live and Saudi Arabia and money in the U.S. open and the PGA Tour and all kinds of things. But we didn't want that to detract from Matthew Fitzpatrick, who was a friend of the program who's been on a handful of times now and who just had a life-changing week at the country club. So boys, we're going to do our couple of quick minutes here at the beginning. We're going to throw it to Matthew Fitzpatrick, and then we're going to bicker amongst ourselves about everything in the world for a few hours. Yeah, and then also full disclosure. I'm pretty sure at some point after the interview, my audio is going to change from really good to then Internet audio because I got a notification that my audio stopped recording 56 minutes into something that we did after. So that's coming. That's breaking news. That's coming at some point in the whole show over again. It's going to be a jarring. It's going to be a jar. Well, there is one point where Trent asked me who won the live event that I wish I could take back and I just didn't know if I was for it. So that's another thing to definitely. That was a huge moment from Trent. I couldn't think of Charles Schwartz's name. I was just have you ever in your life heard of a more random name than Charles schwartzel to win? I don't even think on its own premise. It was that bad, but it just came off bad..

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SportsMinute voicer-Morton2

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

SportsMinute voicer-Morton2

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton English man Matt Fitzpatrick and the country club course in Brookline Massachusetts have a good thing going Fitzpatrick Sunday finished at 6 under PAR-2 74 to win the U.S. open his first major title He prevailed at the U.S. amateur in 2013 on the same course Sunday Fitzpatrick finished a stroke ahead of will zalatoris and Scott scheffler baseball They may have the best record in the majors but even the Yankees can't win them all Toronto rallied from 5 down to defeat The Bronx bombers ten 9 Another action Andres gamines drove in the game winning run as the guardians rallied in the 9th to defeat the Dodgers 5 three Meanwhile on Monday Major League Baseball is imposing a 13 pitcher limit on active rosters This could result in more position players taking the hill and blowouts Auto racing max first stop and picked up his 6th Formula One win of the year and fairly easy fashion on Sunday at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal Bruce Morton AP sports

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on WTOP

"And white. Think red. Yeah, that's 7 15 over to Dave Johnson. Oh, we learned from history at history, told us we should have been headed for a playoff at the U.S. open three previous times at the U.S. open at the country club outside Boston all three times and did in a playoff and yesterday Matt Fitzpatrick with the lead ended up at a fairway bunker on 18 surely headed for a playoff. If there was one shot that I've struggled with this year that I will just do not want it's a fairway bonker shot. And I don't know, I guess sort of ability just took over and one of the best shots of it all the time. The timing is everything here. I have the best shot of your life doing it at the U.S. open. So he was able to save par for a one stroke win over will's Alan Torres and Scotty scheffler Fitzpatrick's final reality. It just Matt ward from senior editor of gulf today. The entire day of ball striking at a U.S. open venue was truly marvelous and I don't want to get carried away here, but it would be at the level of what a Tiger Woods are at Jack Nicklaus would have done during your primes. It was really that sensational to see. Okay, so and then mentioned Jack Nicklaus Nicklaus called it one of the greatest rounds of golf he's ever seen on the final day of the U.S. open Fitzpatrick join Jack Nicklaus as the only man to win a U.S. amateur and U.S. open on the same course. All right, not sure wherever he did use to 1130 a.m. first pitch, but how about the result? It was okay. Nationals 9 three would have the Phillies. Orioles beat the raise two to one, mystics defeated Connecticut next half hour, a mystics Hall of Fame class. And David blitzer may not know that name, but a lot of fans and a lot of cities do, he's the first person to have an equity in all 5 major U.S. sports leagues. He just purchased a stake in the Cleveland guardians already owns a sixers and Devils, part of the Pittsburgh Steelers and real Salt Lake of Major League Soccer. Dave Johnson

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Matt Fitzpatrick holds on to win first U.S. Open

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Matt Fitzpatrick holds on to win first U.S. Open

"England's Matt Fitzpatrick is the 122nd U.S. open champion following a one stroke victory at the country club to claim his first major title Fitzpatrick shot a two under par 68 to finish at 6 under after sharing the 54 hole lead with will zalatoris zalatoris shot 69 to finish tide per second with world number one Scottie scheffler who shot 67 Japan's Hideki matsuyama carted a tournament low 65 and was three shots back and forth last year's U.S. open winner John rom tied for 12 that won over Geffen cool bob Brookline Massachusetts

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Zalatoris, Fitzpatrick survive beast of Open to share lead

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Zalatoris, Fitzpatrick survive beast of Open to share lead

"Wills Ella Torres and England's Matt Fitzpatrick topped the leaderboard by one shot at four under par heading into the final round of the U.S. open Zalatoris carted a low round on moving day Saturday with a three under 67 There's a ton of major champions on this leader board and by no means is a job done by not even close Fitzpatrick shot a third round 68 with three birdies on four holes before poking 18 Meanwhile Spain's John rom held a one stroke lead before double bogging 18 to car the 71 Obviously I think a lot of people are just going to be thinking about 18 36 hole cult leaders Joel Damon and Colin Morikawa dropped back to the pack shooting 74 and 77 respectively I'm get cool

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Residents evacuate as fire rages at Omaha chemical company

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Residents evacuate as fire rages at Omaha chemical company

"A fire has been raging through a chemical company just southwest of downtown Omaha Nebraska I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Footage from ketb shows flames burning into the night after the first call from the Knox Crete facility around 7 Monday evening battalion chief Scott Fitzpatrick says firefighters initially struggle to access the fire then realized it was bigger than first thought and had to pull back knowing there were chemicals and propane bottles on site Explosions could be seen as part of the building collapsed People living nearby were told to evacuate and about 2500 were without power but potawatomi county emergency management says the smoke poses no toxicity risks Knox Crete makes form coding and deactivator liquid floor hardeners joint fillers curing and ceiling compounds and water repellents I'm Ben Thomas

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Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Simpson's early 65 proved low score was possible at PGA

"Mito Pereira is the surprise leader after three rounds of the PGA Championship the 27 year old Chilean firing at 69 to move to 9 under establishing a three shot blade of a will's ala tourist and Matt Fitzpatrick that on a cold and windy day the so many top players struggling Cameron young fired a 67 to move in a contention at 5 under Mexican Abraham answer is next at four under and former major champions bubba Watson and Justin Thomas still have a chance among those at three under the card I'm Graham agar

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Homa steady in Sunday duel, gets 4th tour win at Wells Fargo

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Homa steady in Sunday duel, gets 4th tour win at Wells Fargo

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Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick: Helping Ukraine Shouldn't Be Controversial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 9 months ago

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick: Helping Ukraine Shouldn't Be Controversial

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick Speaks to Ukranian Corruption

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick Speaks to Ukranian Corruption

"Congressman, you've served this country for years with honor and distinction, both as an FBI special agent, a federal prosecutor. You have battled domestic and international corruption. I have to ask you about corruption. You know what's going on in some of the many of the alternative media outlets, lots of talk about Ukrainian corruption. I met a Ukrainian the other day in Florida who told me, Mike, you know, it's awful what's happening to my people, but he had really not a lot of good things to say about zelensky. He said that there is a lot of corruption in Ukraine. That's what helps make this adds to the complication and the confusion for the American people. There's a lot of gray areas here. Can you speak to the corruption in Ukraine, the level of corruption in Ukraine and how that plays into what we're witnessing? Sure. So my last international assignment is an FBI agent was in Ukraine. I lived in Kyiv. Signed out of there. And I can just tell you what my observations were sure. I mean, historically, the former Soviet bloc countries, Eastern European countries, have a high corruption index because Russia is corrupt. So they're still generational lag over effect of that. But I will tell you, Mike, one of my responsibilities there, one of my many responsibilities was to help Ukraine meet their NATO metrics. And there were falling short on two fronts. Number one, economic and two anti corruption in what we knew at the time, and I have no reason to think that that changed since I left, was much of their corruption problems were not because of the Ukrainians, but because of Russian saboteurs that were sent in by Vladimir Putin to corrode and infiltrate their institutions, their judicial system, their law enforcement system, their RADA, their financial networks, to make sure that that corruption metric was never met so that Ukraine could not become part of NATO.

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Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick Describes the Long-Term Outlook of Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick Describes the Long-Term Outlook of Gas Prices

"You've said that this decision to ban Russian energy imports needed to happen. You've been, again, a solid voice on this, but the American people, let's face it, are torn by the images of Ukraine right now, but we're also anguished over the price of the pump that just keeps getting worse. Biden says it's going to get worse. It's just going to keep going up and it's all Russians fault. All Russia's fault. Where do we go from here? Give us a little bit of guidance over the next few weeks, months and what this is going to look like domestically. Yeah, Mike, so the common thread that runs between both the horrific images you're seeing on TV, the loss of life in Ukraine, and higher prices of the pump here in the United States. It's a common thread. It's bad decisions on energy policy, poor energy policy, domestically here in the United States and that decisions that have been made by our European allies, including Germany, who have grown a dependence on Russia for their energy source. We were a net energy exporter under the previous administration like the Keystone pipeline was open. We were energy independent, and we were exporting energy. This administration has shut down the Keystone XL pipeline. They've given the thumbs down to the east med, the eastern Mediterranean pipeline, by the way, which is not many people are talking about, but they should be, which was an Israeli pipeline and other democracy that could have supplied Europe with energy. And then we open up the corrupts Nord stream two pipeline that makes people even in Europe. Even more dependent on Vladimir Putin. So their energy policy is completely backwards and upside down.

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Sebastian Asks Rep. Claudia Tenney 'Are We Winning?'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Sebastian Asks Rep. Claudia Tenney 'Are We Winning?'

"Welcome back to one on one with none other than congresswoman Claudia tenney. Claudia. Let me blow your trumpet politely. When you came in into the studio earlier today, you know, we get politicians in the studio. You know, the good guys and good girls come in here. And the remarkable thing about them, especially in your cases, you come in, I say, would you like a coffee would like anything last? And then I got out of the studio to get you a bottle of water. And I'm looking everywhere in the green room. Where's her retinue? Where's her entourage? Is a member of Congress. Where are the Strata? Where are the PR people? And there's nobody. So this just reinforces for me why you're the best example of what we need in America, not career politicians, like Nancy like charcot who have been around for decades, but people who see themselves as Americans representing their fellow Americans, I'm going to ask you the question I asked all of the good guys and gals. Are we winning? Is that side? Is it burgeoning? Is it growing? You know, the freedom caucus the people who don't want to say this way. I went to the members dining room to have lunch with a couple of supreme caucus people. And I asked them, is it as bad on the inside as I think it is from the outside? And one of them said, you know, the trouble is even in the GOP, 30, 40% of us, they just want the job. They want the chairmanship with the chauffeur driven limo and they want the office with the fireplace. You do not represent that to me. So who's winning? Who's in the driving seat? What's the power relationship between The Old Guard and the citizen politicians like you? You know, it's a tough crowd. I'll tell you it's a funny story. Look at I had to fight against the establishment in both parties just to get elected to the state assembly. I had to defeat the county chairman. Wow. And so they were all working against me. And they always have. I never got endorsed by our local party. The Republican Party, running for office ever until after I was elected to Congress. So you won without any endorsement. No, I had to run a primary had to put my own team together, so I know what it's like to be, you know, I'm also a lawyer or a business owner. I know what it's like to, but I'm trying to do, I'm trying to stand for our country and stand for our small business community and what we need to do. I don't see myself as part of a group or other than I want to represent my constituents. I'll tell you funny stories. When I first got into the state assembly, I remember this old time assembly member who had here I am coming from the private sector. I don't know what pensions are. I don't know any of this stuff. And you know, I'm all worried. I could care less if I, you know, use a folding chair and have a folding table. I mean, it doesn't really matter any of that stuff. And so this one person came up and said, oh, I can't believe, you know, we were minority members, Republicans, and the Democrats were in the majority, and they said, did you see the Democrats got all new mahogany deaths to new computers? And we should have mahogany desk. I'm like, no, you shouldn't have a haggy desk. We don't need that stuff. We need to govern. We need to understand the taxpayers. And I love the Jeffersonian idea. I mean, we are not supposed to be doing these jobs forever, which is why one of my first bills when I got into the assembly was, let's take all the politicians who are elected and appointed off of the pension system and put them in a 401k case to system because if you're going to serve and you want to you shouldn't have to leave and not be able to at least contribute to your own retirement, because I was really these non contributory pensions and then and of course that was not met with much approval. An old friend of mine, Mike Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick and the assembly. He was part of it, too. You know, what are we doing? How are we in a position where we're benefiting from something we're

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These Are the Republicans to Defeat in the House

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

These Are the Republicans to Defeat in the House

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$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?

"Why are senators and congressmen that represent red states? That have massive oil and natural gas production, going along with the following. The infrastructure package will spend $7.5 billion for electrical vehicle charging stations, with which the administration says is critical to accelerating the use of electrical vehicles and to curb climate change. It would also be available for a $5 billion of purchase for electric school buses and hybrids, reducing reliance on school buses that run on diesel fuel. So, for the representatives from states like Pennsylvania, like Brian Fitzpatrick, or from West Virginia, like David McKinley, or from North Dakota, why is there a support of an agenda that will destroy the oil and natural gas production from the Marcellus shale? To the Balkan, isn't that a major job producer in your state? Modernizing the electric grid. By the way, this makes Pete Buttigieg, one of the most powerful people in Washington, D.C.. You are giving him a $1.2 trillion as the head of the Department of Transportation to allocate towards his green energy cronies as he sees it as he sees fit. Of $1.2 trillion of additional spending on top of the trillions of dollars we spend every single year on top of the stimulus packages we've passed in the last 12 months. Is that what we went and elected Republicans to go do?

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Washington Placing QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Hip Subluxation) on Injured Reserve

Fantasy Focus Football

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Washington Placing QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Hip Subluxation) on Injured Reserve

"Let's get into the injuries because there were unfortunately a few in week wants to find. We start in washington where ryan fitzpatrick com interesting. Play here. Look like he was going to get up for a second and then he kind of went right back down to the ground. What do we know about. Let's see if you look at the anger. You see his knee go into the ground. That's the mechanism for a poster. Hip injury If you recall to have an injury where his went into the ground you're basically driving the thighbone the femur towards the back end of the hip socket Ryan fitzpatrick had what is being termed a subway station of his hip. Essentially were they the femur slips part way out of the socket but doesn't fully dislocate and then repositions itself automatically now. The good news is that it wasn't a complete dislocation but there can be a lot of trauma associated with that both to the soft tissue around the joint but also within the joint itself. So it's really important I'm sure he'll undergo further testing today. That's the expectation to rule out any sort of fracture. Even bone bruise veer. The word bone bridge. Remember that's the microfracture Bleeding in and around the bone. This is something you really have to protect to protect the health of the hip. I would plan on ryan fitzpatrick being out for multiple weeks would not be surprised. I are at the

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"Are which means you're squirrel chasing a nut right. It's like whatever you see you're going to chase when you don't have your priorities and you don't have clarity what happens. You're you're stressed. Your stress goes through the roof goes planning is key to being affected. The problem with most marketing plans people try to put together like a year long marketing plan and in my opinion a year is too damn long stuff changes we all know that last merch world stopped and went the opposite direction. So our business is evolving. Our marketing needs to evolve with it. And when you look at marketing plans in ninety sprints it's long it's wanted it's easier to it's definitely to it's long enough to start seeing results but it's short enough to start making course corrections and update your plan and you just go. So that's why. I love ninety days. So here's six steps in a ninety day plan and by the way this template that we use is in the link of will talk about at the end of the show. Her awesome awesome so ninety days. First part of the plan your target market who are your ideal clients at a minimum. I just want a paragraph for each ideal client type. Who are they just this. Just keep top of mind who you intend to attract and work with okay to. What's your marketing goal. This specific it's time bound right because this is a ninety day plan and it should be measurable so for example. I intend to bring on new clients in the next ninety days. The thing that i think is important about go like this to keep in mind. This is what. I call an outcome based go with an outcome based goal. You could do everything possible to hit it. But there are outside circumstances outside influences which may impact your ability to hit that goal. Okay so i just it can be really demotivating for people when they don't hit their goal but you've got to realize sometimes if you did everything you could and there were extenuating circumstances beyond their control. It is what it so. It's important to know where you're headed. Which is why we gotta have this step but don't get solely caught up in something like that because you might do everything he can get there. Sure yeah what's three threes your budget and your resources. How much money do i have to invest in my marketing. And how much time do i have. Whether it's me or people on my staff but also with resources you have to look at. You have to look at time but you have to look at capability. You are on my team ryan and i said you. Hey you know. We need to do social on your like tim men. I don't know how facebook is you can either. That's not going to be a good fit. Or i need to level up your skill set so that you can actually execute on that brian. So this third step really just gives us an idea of what we have to work with. Because i can't take on.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"I you know i thought about what i love about being a distribution where my skill sets. And that's when i got involved in in marketing started. My company riyanto marketing. And that's what i'm doing today. So short it so now take this a second because when you say marketing i've seen everything under the sun and so what does specialize in. And what did you really bring to the table. That kind of sets you apart from and the other thing you're going to get a little bit of my pet peeve. Here marketing is almost one of those things that you know people that don't know what they're doing is like. Oh i'm now in marketing. And i'm not trying to be disrespectful to anyone but you've obviously had success in this space so kind of what set you apart. And what have you been able to do in marketing. That really has made it work. As opposed to being some of these fly by nights that they start up and shutdown just as quickly yes so i lake. My entrepreneurial journey as a whole my journey with marketing has been a winding road. You know when. I initially started i. We were specializing in just mobile applications. So we were primarily selling mobile applications in the k. Twelve education space in schools. Were using it as a communication tool With their with their stakeholders will about two and half three years in there were a lot of changes with the publishing guidelines for apps especially with apple and literally stopped. People like me and our tracks from publishing apps and i was like oh boy okay. This is not a good place to be. Lively is very tied to the policies of apple and google high. I don't wanna be here. This is not a good spot now. We eventually worked through those and the we we were able to start publishing apps again. But i was like man i can't i can't i don't want to do this again. Because so at that point. I started looking at church. Where's the need from a small business standpoint with marketing and vast. What we're doing today. Which is we. We hope primarily service. Businesses coaches consultants professional service. People simplify marketing so that they can grow. You know what we find is so many people are just battling information overload. When it comes to marketing they feel overwhelmed. And.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"Everybody never ever sold marketing. Management and money is ryan. Murray here with my guest. Tim fitzpatrick at tim is the owner of realto marketing. Where actually really excited have him on today because so tim's been doing real to marketing since two thousand thirteen.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"If you will and that particular play actually you know we hit mike. You sticky earlier the game down the middle. I had a very good feeling with rodney Marinelli they're going to be playing tampa too so i had a very good feeling. They'd have a might linebacker and running with mike and key to save these. And if i could spend enough time staring. At mike i might. I just might have a chance to hit our single receiver down the sidelines and so rarely on drawing place alert to the happen. Exactly like you think they're going to happen My career and be a testament to that but this one did. They came out in the defense. We thought they were gonna come out. I keep to the left and then stared down mike and stepped up in the pocket and the safety on my left. All the sudden starts running towards mike. And i'm in the middle of this play like oh my goodness like this is really going to happen and we actually you know so. He completed the play flag. I had no idea that thrown at that it was completed. I just need my head. Almost got ripped off but the amazing thing about that play is like we needed those fifteen yard. Yes like to get into field goal range and It was just it was such a cool play was an amazing moment. You know kept our playoff hopes. Alive in that whole sequence after i went in going back and forth with car and the the different touchdowns things that many was just. It was a fun the end of the game so much fun. Probably not if you were raiders fan. But it was up until the very last nineteen seconds. If it's patrick can pull a trick out his loft colleagues at the forty one and you're playing cover to you've been playing it all night long. See the you see the facemask right there. But you're one of the greatest games regular season games. I can recall certainly. Yeah it was the end of it was wild and it was so much fun and then in true that i'm not gonna talk to the third person but just a just ryan absolutely not but like just you know my eye. Therere fits magic fashion to say he's going to stay in sticking the true form of my career i than test positive for coke. At like three days later he was ryan. Fitzpatrick reportedly test positive for cova. One thousand nine hundred taking him out of sunday's huge game against the buffalo bills. It's unexpected it's unknown. You never know what's going to happen. And in that case. I was just so shocked it was crazy. I didn't really want to believe it. But what a great high and truly amazing moment for me and my team in the season and for me my career to be followed up by the cova was just crazy the roller coaster metaphor ryan which has applied to all of the things you've described so far with us. i mean. does it feel fun to you. still the idea of the loop de loops. It's still amazing. It's so much fun for me in part of it is i'm an old man out there. I mean part of it. Is that like. I'm still playing a kid's game and for for whatever reason you know i feel great Mind body soul. Everything feels wonderful and that part is good but the other part. That's cool for me and it doesn't happen with a lot of. Nfl players is like i get to experience this with my kids. My kids are going to remember some of these moments. You know my kids are gonna remember going to all the home games the last few years and being able to experience all that with me and i just that part of it is something that really keeps me going. I'm truly trying to teach them lessons through some of the experiences that i have and for them to be old enough to experience them and see them I think that is really cool. Moment for me. My career right now ryan fitzpatrick in the midst of a career that you wrote in the dirt. Thank you for making this ride so much fun to watch. It's been saw now. I appreciate you spent cool. You might have been my first fan. You are the most valuable stock that i ever unknowingly bought facebook. That's bad that's bad. It really is honestly a i'm pablo tori and this has been espn daily. I'll try to profit off of our social media dystopia.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Me and they know who i married they'll be able to get a hold of my wife but you don't lurk there's no ryan fitzpatrick burner out there somewhere for you to just occasionally dip into the pool. Now there's there's no burner and you can still search twitter. You know if. I really need to seek something out or you know the old fashioned google surge or whatever i mean. I'm not saying that.

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Rive it's patrick. Where are you right now. This is an audio only medium. Please describe the background seeing that. I'm looking at. And i think i know it is but what we're are you. What's around you. I am in arizona right now. I think were the only family on earth that spends only july in arizona backward from everybody else. But i am in my office. Ryan fitzpatrick's job is quarterback for the washington football team and he's played in the national football league since two thousand and five. So i've got all my helmets. Have actually twenty two shows doing a very good job of filling them up right now. I've got some harvard. Helmets have got a high school helmet and then all the teams except for cincinnati. Because i was too cheap at that point to buy a home. Wait a minute. Hold on ryan. You were too cheap to buy bengals helmet and so your collection is just missing this. I would would say significant stop in your trajectory. I need to contact the equipment manager. A sapping gets you helmets for my two years. I spent there. Because i'm a little less cheap. At this point i first encountered ryan fitzpatrick and fall of two thousand and three back when he was a thrifty clean-shaven college junior and i was in involuntarily unbearded freshman but only now many moons after being taken in the seventh round of the oh five. Nfl draft is fits magic at the peak of his powers. Charming miami last year and about to become the first quarterback in history to start for nine different. Nfl tapes so today a long way to sit down with the new leader of the washington football team. Who despite all the turnover and turnovers has become a special kind of football success. Store one that neither of us was insane enough to imagine pablo toray. It's monday july ninth. This is yes. Peon day presented by. Uk g. our purpose is people. Yeah i ryan. I've been watching you play football. Let's just be very blunt about this almost twenty years now. I do not think i'd be talking to you in twenty twenty one as you. Sit in front of a zillion different. Nfl helmets as you sit on the precipice of being a starting quarterback for what feels like a playoff tv. and so. i just want to ask you. Because i've enjoyed hearing you talk talking to you over the years. When did you really start to lean in to the idea that this is my life. I can talk about it. Honestly bluntly forthrightly like this is who. I am going to own every inch of this. I mean it's a it's definitely a progression as you get into the nfl of just trying to not make any noise and hang on it. And i went through that probably my first five years in the league were it was. It was two in saint louis traded cincinnati to there and then it was my first year buffalo. Scott that was an audible by the way dining as the bag up there. And then as i became a starter in buffalo for the next three years that was when i finally got a little more comfortable were dress on the defense empty five receivers out in a route scott not in my role and not working as hard or anything like that but more comfortable and that i was finally seen as a starting quarterback in the league. This is the win the stopped and was able to be myself a little bit the other major point in my career where there was the transition was after my year in two thousand sixteen with the jets which was miserable and i first time in my life. I hated football and just didn't want to didn't want to plane more since then it's almost like it's been playing borrowed time last four really been able to enjoy. Hopefully everybody's been able to see that for me on the field goofy stuff of interviews. That's kind of my personality has has really come out the last four ryan. I am shocked to hear that the jets almost beat your enjoyment of football out of you. That's never happened to a person on this planet. Before i mean it was for me it was just the two thousand fifteen was such a great year. It was one of my most enjoyable made. Great run at the end and all that in overtime patrick but jets win over time but the next year for greatest fifteen sixteen was is that bad. It sucked the energy in life. Fatemi what did the bottom look like. What did that jets shape bottom. Feel like to you. i mean it was. It was very tough for me. Because i've always been able to do such a good job of separating football and home i want my family to be able to enjoy the football part of it but there's some stuff that i also.

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"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Launch Your Live

Launch Your Live

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"fitzpatrick" Discussed on Launch Your Live

"Spent a good amount on your your iphone or android phone and actually use the high quality camera that you already have to livestream so this week. We have a special guest aiden. Fitzpatrick who Is a co founder of re incubates cammo. And he's going to discuss. You can use your smartphone as a webcam. So i'm gonna go to bring on aden this way you can. We're we're gonna teach how to use your smart from his game and this is. This is gonna be really cool jim. I know. I don't know if you've checked this out but i'd use it before it. It's pretty amazing. Espec- i mean i'm just amazed just the quality that you get from your smartphone so i'm gonna aiden and Let's let's learn more about heating and how he got into live streaming and thanks for joining us. He's thinking he's pleasure to be here. So you know i know you're you're the co founder. Right so is it get it right. Co-founder probably got a partner. There that helps. That's right. that's right. It is two of us me and my you said ten years ago. Now fantastic ten years. Wow i got to save and you're probably in the right place at the right time right now obviously with people wanting to get into live streaming in terms of your story though. When did you first get it and live streaming will fit recently so i have something i've had an interest in for a while and i have a long list of things that i want to build and explore. The idea by cameras was one that i've had sort of predating lockdown times covid. It was actually really much last year. That i started to get into. This spicing will detail fantastic. So you have some questions for for aden. Yeah aidan so. Why should someone actually used their smartphone over. You know we've got these amazing mirrorless and dsl our cameras or even sometimes people wanna use like their webcam. I i never thought why should we use the smartphone. A good question so tooth started last year. We sent a whole team. A covid happened and people need to to stay at home. Mother things we found is that it's very hard to see people. Clearly on webcams. They had no out of windows. Computers hella webcams but none of them really seem to give very good quality. I was quite frustrated by that. I set out find what the experts us talk to some experts. It seemed like the sort of danzig was to get a camera. Professional carries bro big unit. Bad generally a couple of thousand bucks and i to say frustrates me. I didn't want to have to outfit my colleagues. Dsm answers very few of them had one just like go to thinking about other approaches and i remembered that couple of people that lady gaga fairly recently filmed stupid. Love music video using tyler. The iphone eleven. I'm so we started to experiment and try to see what sort of image quality we could get an realities. These things are broadcast quality. Low that is down to apple's investment in our day but some of the destruction economics just what you can afford to put in a fun. So if you're going to sell a webcam three to four hundred dollars and make profit on that you can't afford to put a sensory. Did that is good enough. And what comes. Just it just never really gonna be broadcast quality. Good enough you where you actually do whereas your webcam can so. That's that was for the start point for trying to come up with a product that let you tap into that broadcast quality camera. The probably already have fantastic. Yeah i mean this is. I will say this i mean i started you know when you mentioned that. It cost a few thousand dollars to get started. I mean here's the thing you buy. Even if the camera is five to six hundred dollars you also want to have the right kind of lens to go with it. You've got to have really good lighting in addition to that you know and then in some cases if you're using a murless dsl. Are you need a capture card and a lot of these. Things aren't cheap. I mean you're talking six hundred dollars camera. Four hundred dollars for lens minimum. You know and then you're talking to capture card talking well over one thousand dollars right there at the start in chances early. We've already paid that thousand dollars for that phone. Which does some really amazing things. I mean i will say love the advancements that I phone for example an android has taken you know with the for example. A three camera system. Now i can. Have you know the the wide angle photo for example. You know. I get the standard lens as well as i think it's a macro lens on their. You know and it's fantastic being able to utilize those when i'm taking photos out and about of things so now being able to bring that to my computer for example my life shrinks up is just to me. It's fantastic to be able to do that. So we basically briefly beginning you create cammo But you know what we all. What were you doing before came. I guess since you said there's been like ten years yes sure so. We had to bunch of products. The is on the the big product. We've we spent a lot of time on his iphone backup extracted and that's essentially probably pay helps you recover lost to delete data from my phone's been very successful at the is still something that were very actively working and yet it's it's thundering has hasn't good recognition but we tend to experiment with building a couple of products each year. We do little scott works experiments. They way see the light of day built many more things than launched. Thai chemical launched fantastic. And it's really cool by the way because you know i probably by the way have used her iphone. Backups extractor software at some point But what's really cool about the fact that you've worked with building for example for iphone at one point now when you move into watching cam. Oh you're already know for the most part hal. The apple ecosystem works. You know what you can get access to what you can't get access to things like that. So i love the idea of just of testing things before you're playing to actually watch something because you never really know where like you could have shipped ten products and now you find the point where at this one product this. Wow this one really you know hits the mark versus the other ones that like you know. They worked great but like the timing. For example like now livestreaming. Everybody wants to use their smartphones. A webcam so this is really cool so Jump over to you. Yeah so Eight what exactly is ranked incubate cammo Why did you create it and What do you think is the problem that that you've really helped solve for live streamers by creating it. Well i think the problem is helping them look like they really look a helping them capture high fidelity video without having to go out and really by anything so at the moment. Of course your your views will see us listeners. Want time and eleven pro. Max not the legacy fund. This one is a little little out at night Let me fairly well environment. I i can do now is i. Can i can swap between a couple of different webcams. So i'm on. An i mac five if i swapped to its facetime camera. Now you'll see got an explosion from behind me. T shirt is his lack in the wall. Kind of bricks going me which are lovely golden yellow kind of flat from this bill to nine hundred ninety. This is the most common. Where cam is that. Party has terrible handling. You'll see looking very greg with this thing very dry and it's going to love the same problems it's not the same. Nine twenty isn't really does he. Ninety two's and meeting different.

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3 Fundamental Marketing Secrets With Tim Fitzpatrick

Accelerate Your Business Growth

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3 Fundamental Marketing Secrets With Tim Fitzpatrick

"My guest today. Is tim fitzpatrick. Tim is an entrepreneur with expertise in marketing and business growth he has over twenty years of entrepreneurial experience with a passion for developing and growing businesses that passion served him well in operating and managing a wholesale distribution company he co owned for nine years before being acquired in two thousand five he started reality marketing in two thousand thirteen and has been helping service businesses. Simplify marketing so they can grow with less stress. Thanks so much for joining me today. Tim happy to be here. Dianne great to have you here. So and and i love this idea of marketing at so they can grow with less stress because of just talking to someone before this podcast. Who's in a service business who we were talking about. Like social media marketing and i had said to her I don't think she should do it herself. I think she should hire someone to do it. Because it's just not where she should be spending our time and and the stress that it causes is just not worth it so there are many things in our business that are not the highest and best use of our time right right right exactly and that would be one of them. That's right so okay. So i wanna start like just the fundamentals. What are the fundamentals market to me. There's there's three fundamentals. I call them. The marketing strategy trilogy. The first is your target market. You know so who. Who are you gonna serve. And how are you going to serve. Those people's you know in really understanding who your ideal clients are second is your messaging. So what you say how you say you know the value how you communicate. The value provide to your target market is critical and the third aspect of it. Is you have to have a plan of how you're going to get that message in front of those people.

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Washington QB Taylor Heinicke thinks it'll be "a fun battle" with Ryan Fitzpatrick

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Washington QB Taylor Heinicke thinks it'll be "a fun battle" with Ryan Fitzpatrick

"So washington signed ryan fitzpatrick. It was assumed he would be the starting quarterback next season. But taylor heineke isn't setting settling for the backup spot. This looking forward to competing with. Its patrick he said it's going to be a fun battle. We're going to hopefully help each other. I'm looking forward to picking his brain getting better as a quarterback in that way and whatever unfolds unfolds but again. I'm excited for the addition. I'm excited for this offense that we've put together don't get it. Don't really understand it. The mystery team in league do not get

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