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Battleground postal delays persist with mail voting underway
"Underway. Poster delays continue, especially in battleground state records show there continue to be delivery delays as millions of Americans are voting by mail postal data through October, 9th shows nearly all the agencies delivery regions missing its target of having at least 95% of first class mail arrive within five days, parts of the presidential battleground states of Minnesota, Wisconsin. Trick in Pennsylvania and Ohio short of delivery goals by wide margins. Mail in ballots arriving past the deadline is the main reason many of them get rejected. I'm Shelley
Fresh "Five Days" from KNX Programming
"Often. I'm Tim Green Wood in the Toyota of Glendora dot com. 24 hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 News radio. Slight chance of rain through tonight High as the sixties and seventies for the next couple of days when advisor going up at 11 o'clock tonight for potentially damaging Santana winds, some wind gusts up to 65 miles an hour, then sunny skies by tomorrow afternoon, your exclusive five day forecast is coming up at 7 15. Currently, 61 agrees in a zoo. So 63 in Santa Monica 60 for Norville ended 707. There've been big turnout of more than 100 early voting centers that open this weekend across the Lake County..
Battleground postal delays persist with mail voting underway
"Postal delays continue especially in battleground states with mail in voting under way postal records show there continue to be delivery delays as millions of Americans are voting by mail postal data through October ninth she was nearly all the agencies delivery regions missing its target of having at least ninety five percent of first class mail arrive within five days parts of the presidential battleground states of Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan Pennsylvania and Ohio so short of delivery goals by wide margins mail in ballots arriving past the deadline is a main reason many of them get rejected I'm showing up there
Fresh "Five Days" from WBBM Programming
"And one open. 10.9 w BBM news radio dot com It's Hato five Sunday Morning, October 25th 2020. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Rob Hart. We have 39 degrees right now in Chicago under cloudy skies. Wind chills in the twenties in some western suburbs High Today of 48 mostly cloudy and chili could see a couple of snow flakes tonight into tomorrow. The details coming up from AKI weather in the five day forecast If 10 minutes at 8 15 our top local story on news radio, double D v. M. It was 25 years ago today that the words Fox River Grove. Became synonymous with the train accident. A school bus in Fox River Grove was hit by a metro train going full speed. The story from double BB EMS Nancy Hardy, seven Cary Grove High School students died after a Metro train hit the back of their bus that nearly 70 miles an hour as it remained over the railroad tracks at a red light, the National Transportation Safety Board found bus drivers didn't have adequate training. Like the substitute who was behind the wheel that day and the intersection of Algonquin.
Jon Grudens Raiders and Tom Bradys Bucs: A Special Relationship
"Paul duty as I have a question for you where are you right now? I am in an RV at an RV park in Las Vegas and barring my mom and dad's RV while I'm here covering the now Las Vegas Raiders Paul Gutierrez not only covers the raiders for ESPN. He's written a book about Raiders Fandom and followed the team Vegas kind of living like. A little bit. Paul I of about fifty fall of questions about what life in that our views like. But it does feel like the ability to pick up and react to sudden schedule changes is especially important to covering the raiders these days starting with what's happening right now, we are talking on Thursday evening ahead of this highly anticipated raiders game, and there is a Kovic scenario that you've been covering in depth so. What do we know about the game schedule? What do we know about who's playing or who is not playing? Basically, what has happened is is right tackle. Trent Brown tested positive for covert. Now as part of the protocols here anybody who's deemed a high risk contact with him has to self isolate for at least five days plus one which would be the. Last point of contact, which was practice on Monday they are all there. They were all there together It's the raiders entire starting offensive line, plus let's just throw safety Jonathan Abram in there as well. So man, all of those guys were just placed on the covid nineteen list again doesn't mean any of them tested positive. I was actually told that none of them. But as part of the protocols they have to selfies late for five days. Another other source told me that they've been doing virtual preparation. In case they can indeed get cleared play against the buccaneers in the meanwhile, it was supposed to be a big Sunday night football game. Yes. The League wanted to make sure that that game actually happens. So they bumped the raiders out of their move Seattle in Arizona into that spot. So a game will happen well, guess what if you guys I just mentioned you consistently Test negative on their Cova test the rest of the week and then again Sunday. Morning will then they'll be cleared to play. But at what time? Sunday morning Oh. Yeah. kickoffs at one o'clock. So the backstory all that as well. I gotTA catch my breath here when I started figure this out understandably. Yeah. They on their fifty three man roster. They currently have five backup offensive lineman. That's WHO's been trodden. They've been trying out there in practice every day. That's who Derek Carr has been had protecting him. That's who Josh Jacobs has been trying to run holes through those five guys plus they also have two guys on the practice squad that they could suit up if need be. So as we sit here right now on on Thursday late afternoon the raiders starting offensive line is anchored by Andre James and if you need to know who that is I got a couple of media guides for you can look about. Paul Creek me. If I'm wrong here, but I believe this is the very first case of an entire position group being taken down by cove like I know that we've had players here and there. You put on this list but in terms of the magnitude of what the raiders are facing with the offensive line, this feels extreme. Yeah. An and it's part of the protocol. Really. Because only one guy really has tested positive but it's out of the abundance of caution which we've heard a lot of since since the pandemic hit right you've got to self isolate you gotta make sure you don't test positive or show any symptoms, and even if you don't show any symptoms, still self isolate because you could be symptomatic. It's just very bizarre. It's a strange world we're living in Derek Carr said this week that you know he's been with the team for seven years seen a lot of weird things. He's this is the weirdest thing he's ever seen and it's worth noting like weird is by no means foreign to this organization even within this context I mean, I still need help Paul disentangling what exactly happened for instance with Jon Gruden their head coach who took an approach to corona virus with the team earlier this year that had me confused the media confused, and then ultimately Jon Gruden himself pretty angry at everybody. Yeah. So beginning at Camp, we show up in a media member. We have to test every day just to get in I have fifty two on my belt. All negative so far, which is a good thing Jon gruden passes out t shirts to the media with there waiting for us as we walk in the media room that say crush the virus because I was going to be his mantra he took issue with the NFL network reporting that he faked having the virus but yet kind of just went away then on the home opener on. Monday night football when he later would get fine for not wearing his mask properly, he brings it up himself and says that he never faked the virus it as a matter of fact, he did have it. So he talked about just how it was not fun. It made him feel bad and this is all before training camp. When he said he he went through this and beat it in in that. He has the utmost respect for it and he still wants to crush it in beat it into the ground like it was some sort of opponent.
Finding Your Mentor
"Welcome to marketing trends I mean phase on host of marketing trends, and today we are joined by special guests mark. How're you doing fantastic cited to be here, marketing, Trans and hang out with you guys. Yeah. Excited to to chat with you. You Know You have your serial entrepreneur. You have a bunch of really cool stuff going on you have a book coming out that we're. GonNa. Talk about and everything in between. So let's get started. How did you get into marketing in the first place? Yeah. Well, you know I actually went to school and I thought I was going to study economics and then I took a marketing class and said man, this is for me and I took every marketing class I could take an it's so funny because when I went. To school and not trying to age myself here. But then even have a marketing degree. That's so crazy when I look back and think of it. But I literally took every marketing class that I could take from the universities that I was at and I just loved it. In fact, before it became an entrepreneur, I actually was the director of marketing for U. S.. A. Today. That's. A little known fact that people don't don't know talk about a product that changes every single day was fascinating and really cut my teeth on the pace at which marketing can happen. But it led me to being an entrepreneur, the entrepreneurial today, and I, have to tell you that marketing is at the core of every single business that I get involved in if I don't believe in. The product if I don't have passionate around the marketing, then I don't do it. Yes. So flush forward to today tell us a little bit about the companies that that you're involved with what you're working on. Yeah. You know often I get introduces a serial entrepreneur and what what is that that just means it's an entrepreneur that has his hands and multiple businesses I early on I. Would have won business and I started selling those businesses and I've actually sold seven businesses and so and I just there's nothing more validating than to start a business and it becomes of such value that someone is willing to pay you for it and so I got in the phase where I I was looking for more businesses that I could do that and I found myself involved. In multiple businesses now, I will tell you that that can be a detriment because you lack some focus that sometimes your business needs I can tell you right now it was a massive positive to me because when everything when the world changed earlier this year I had multiple businesses going and I'm here to tell you to my businesses within five days like five days of changes in. The world and those two businesses were literally done and I'm not sure I'm going to start him back up. They were more of physical presence stage based event based businesses and I think they're just done and so but I had some other businesses that were not in that way. In fact, one business that was in e-commerce and we started noticing that business started driving before the. World, kind of figured out what was going on, and by the time we were in the full-scale quarantine that business was up over five hundred percent year over year and what I love about business is that I've got this little philosophy that I learned from my mentor Kevin Harrington who I co wrote the Book Mentor to Millions and I would I would study him and say how? Do. You pick businesses to get involved in and he goes mark I just follow the eyeballs and I'm like follow the eyeballs and he's like, yeah I mean when I was in as seen on TV are when I was in infomercials, people watching TV and then they started moving to the Internet. So I created as seen on TV, DOT COM 'cause that's where the eyeballs were going. And now he's in a lot of businesses that are relying on social media and more modern means of of media because that's where the eyeballs are. So while I was sitting there with a business that was you know any commerce and also that for all the eyeballs went everybody's sitting at home and their their shopping from home in I've got this business that all of a sudden. Just blows up and I'm like boom to businesses have just stalled out and I've reallocated all my staff at NF leading anybody go and I read purpose them and pointed them towards the eyeballs which was ECOMMERCE and now I'm here to tell you that you know I chose Kevin Hearings as a mentor because I wasn't scaling businesses to a level that I thought I was capable. Of and come to find out it was me that was holding them back. He taught me what real scale looks like and I'm actually on my way to my first one, hundred, million dollar business all because I followed the eyeballs I was in the swim lane where everybody showed up and started swimming, and that's advice that I give all the time to people as they're trying to. Decide where to start a business what businesses start and I just say where are the eyeballs pointed where people looking if you start a business in the path of that, it has a reasonably good chance of being successful. So my principal business right now is ecommerce and then I also have a business I love physical products, and so I, try digital product and I just wasn't that Good at it and so physical product i. know I understand I like it. I can touch it. I know how to produce it another maximize it, and so I started taking what I learned in funnel marketing and applying it to physical products and found that physical products are just powerful inside a funnel marketing. So I have an Amazon Slash e commerce business that that sells products on. Twenty nine different virtual channels, and then I have a funnel based business that sells products through marketing funnels, all throughout different social media and wherever all's traffic is at. So those are my two principal businesses. They are deeply rooted in marketing and they are thriving right now even during these kind of crazy times
Forget Barrel-Aged Whiskey: This Company Whips Up Instant Aged Spirits in the Lab
"This is a little test. If you're a fan of craft of things that require years of patients to pay off, say a Christmas tree farm, a newly designed luxury car or an eighty year. Old Scotch time is a worthwhile investment to you on the other hand. If speed matters more to you than craft, you may see years invested in, say those Christmas trees as so much wasted time. It's much faster to make an artificial tree after all and you can still hang lights on them but what if you could have convenience and craft at the same time? Seems impossible doesn't well, not anymore at least for one particular beverage, scientific innovation has come to whiskey. There's nothing about whisky that's new. The date of its invention is a little fuzzy but historians say may have existed as long ago as fourteen hundred ad or maybe even further back than that today, the longer it ages the more expensive it is and two connoisseurs typically the better it tastes but not to the founders of silicon. Valley's bespoke in spirits, Stu Aaron, and Martin. JANACEK say they've come up with a laboratory process for making whisky and only a few days if they took my made quiz being the second group, they call the years it takes to age say mark antiquated and wasteful. bespoke spirits doesn't call itself a distillery. Rather the company is Spirits Tech Company intended to help other distillers, grocery chains and celebrities create custom spirits that can move like lightning from lab to store shelves. The name speaks to its intent bespoke means custom-made. The startup uses the lab to bring the barrel to the spirits rather than the other way around in other words, it's using material science massive amounts of data analysis to. Create spirits according to Forbes rather than putting spirits into oak barrels. The company places selected tiny pieces of wood in precise combinations in a kettle with spirits in char- heat and churn or apply again with scientific precision to mimic the aging process much much faster. The company claims they can create seventeen thousand different flavor combinations in three to five days. Most whisky is aged in barrels for about five years according to CNN. So far spoken has made whisky Tequila Rum and brandy mostly for other companies but they also do sell spirits to consumer specifically a line of different whiskies from classic Bourbons to one made with Ron Whiskey of course, the biggest obstacle, any food or drink made in a lab faces scepticism about and quality when it comes to that question bespoke in his taken home about two dozen awards from spirits tasting events since they launched early this year, that's the social proof. They think they need to grow the rest of the business, not just custom blending new products behind the scenes, but also helping distilleries rescue batches of expired beer or spirits from distributors that aren't quite right which seems. To be a good foundation for a promising business, still it's hard to grow a whole new category of anything without enough money. Early, this month, the small business one, two point six, million dollars in seed funding from hall of fame, Baseball Star Derek jeter, and Silicon Valley scientists TJ Rodgers purists may turn up their noses at spoken in America. Popular rival maker's mark is not only one of the oldest whiskey brands. Its history is at selling point founder bill. Samuel senior bought a distillery in Loretto Kentucky in nineteen, fifty three but that distillery began making whisky as far back as the early eighteen hundreds. Maker's marks message today is still it's one bottle at a time every time. And an oppression bit of copy anticipating the changes coming to the Industry today they also say it's been a widely held belief around here that character isn't made by machine. Ouch. Regardless of an expected war between purists and innovators, the time may turn out to be just right for bespoke in the pandemic is spiking demand for spirits but trade wars are making them more expensive to import according to CNN. And when you can't import easily making new spirits here, bottles that can get to the shelf in the blink of an eye could fill a growing demand. and to that investors like, Derek. JETER may well say, cheers.
FDA Approves First Treatment for COVID-19
"Thie F D A is approved the first drug to treat covert 19 robbed a severe CBS's Dr David Egas says the drug cut the time to recovery by five days in a large study, But it's not the be all and end on a drug that has benefit when used early, But it's not dramatic benefit, and it's
FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: the antiviral remdesivir
"The food and drug administration has approved the first drug to treat the coronavirus rem de severe rem disappear had been approved for emergency use in the spring president trump pushed for months for fast final approval specially with things at work yes if you're is made by Gilly AT and study leader Dr Arun Sanyal says it's an antiviral drug given through an IV for patients needing hospitalization and it is designed to slow down or stop the virus from multiplying so once the virus cannot multiply anymore then the virus load goes down and the body's normal heating systems can take over a large study found ramp disappear cut recovery time by five days on average at Donahue Washington
Brexit trade talks resume but Britain warns a deal is far from certain
"Brexit talks five days after breaking off trade talks with the European Union. Britain says the negotiations are back on the two sides are working on a proposed trade deal following the U. K's Brexit divorce from the U in January. But the talks have bean turbulent, prompting concerns about a rocky split when existing arrangements end in December. You president Shall Michelle is telling the UK to make more concessions. You can't have your cake and eat it through Britain says It's the you that needs to compromise in London, Simon now in Fox
UK-EU trade talks back on after bloc offers olive branch
"People. President Trump indicated during an interview on Fox and friends that he would be willing to do more than just the $2.2 trillion at Speaker. Pelosi is offering Following a bad tempered breakdown. Britain and the U agreed to resume talks on a post Brexit trade deal. Five days after breaking off trade talks with the European Union. Britain says the negotiations are back on The two sides are working on a proposed trade deal following the U. K's Brexit divorce from the U in January. But the talks have bean turbulent, prompting concerns about a rocky split when existing arrangements and in December you president Shall Michelle is telling the UK to make more concessions. You can't have your cake and eat it, too. Britain says. It's the you that needs to compromise. In London, Simon Oh, in Fox
Spontaneous combustion in compost pile cause of Massachusetts island fire
"Spontaneous combustion was the cause of last week's fire at bond this island in Guam, the younger one fire chief in the state Fire marshal's office says the fire started in a large pile of leaves, stumps and logs and was fanned by high winds. The fire October. 15th ignited shortly after one in the afternoon took five days to bring under control. 5
1 HPD sergeant killed, 2nd officer wounded in shooting in southwest Houston
"Days, the city of Houston has lost an an officer officer in in the the line line of of duty. duty. He's He's 10 10 Police Police Sergeant Sergeant Harold Harold Preston Preston died, died, has has died died after after being being shot shot this this morning morning while while confronting confronting a a domestic domestic disturbance disturbance suspect suspect with with other other officers. officers. Please. Chief artist Vedo Given update Moments ago, the suspect immediately engaged officers. Shooting multiple rounds at officers striking officer Ah, Courtney Waller in the arm. And striking Sergeant Preston multiple times. Sergeant Preston died. Sergeant Waller's he mentioned was shot in the arm and is expected to survive. Preston was a 41 year veteran of the department who was planning to retire later this year. That suspect later surrendered and is now in custody. There's just five days ago when Houston arson investigator Lemuel Bruce was killed in the line of duty and Memorial Service now set for Bruce. It'll be held Thursday where the marks starting at 10 A.m. in the service at Lakewood Church, starting at 11 A.m.. Only one day
Seattle Reports Record-Breaking Voter Turnout
"Are King County is poised tohave record breaking voter turnout. Election officials are expecting turnout to reach 90%. But just looking at Thursday, Friday and Saturday numbers upwards of 50,000 ballots have already been dropped off in ballot boxes. The previous record for a number of ballots turned in. On the first five days of early voting was 16,000. 15
Atlanta - Georgians turn out in record numbers for first 5 days of early voting
"Of voters air turning out for Early voting in Georgia Public OS made Cheryl Castro with the latest the tour to Secretary of State says the total number of ballots cast for the 2020 election. Has just passed 1,373,000 as of noon Saturday. That's a 134% increase from early voting during the same period in the 2016 election, the in person turn out for the first five days of early voting. Increased 47% compared to 2016 absentee by mail votes were up 615%.
New York - NJ Appeals Court Says Attorney General Can Order Release Of Police Disciplinary Files
"A New Jersey appeals court has upheld a ruling that allows the state attorney general to release old disciplinary files. A police officer's here's Kyi buddies Mike Darty reporting. The ruling confirms the authority of the attorney general to release the files to the public for accountability, though the three judge panel says each officer would have 14 days notice and the option to challenge that release in court on an individual basis. Under attorney general could be your great walls Directive, law enforcement agencies would have to identify officers who were fired, demoted or suspended for at least five days because of disciplinary violations, and state police would have to turn over files dating back to the year 2000. Great Wall praise the ruling and said it's time to stop protecting the few at the detriment of many. A police union attorney for retired troopers says they're disappointed The judge didn't see the injustice these officers will undergo if records from years ago are
Do You Need a Change?
"WanNa preface topic with a little bit of context I'm not talking about that on one day you feel tired or you'll feel like Kinda doing the tasks on your to do list. I'm talking about consistent days maybe even weeks where you start feeling like I don't know why I'm doing this. I'm not happy. This is not the way I wanNA live. I built a business maybe that I don't want or simply just don't enjoy I I want to recognize that these feelings are real. This is not uncommon it's very common and it doesn't make you a bad entrepreneur doesn't make you a week and this is not the time to start blaming yourself for putting yourself in this quote unquote position. First of all, it's an honor it's a privilege for you even have a business. And free to even be in this position where you making this decision. So recognized that I the next thing is that it's very easy to make really big decisions in moments like this in moments of frustration in moments of feeling down feeling low feeling really just you know fed up and tired, it's very dangerous to make big decisions like leaving your company selling your company, closing things down changing things. So the first step I would like you to take if you're in this position is actually do nothing you have to make some time put it in your calendar, see as like mandatory for Your Business and Your Life to take a few days off I recommend taking two to three days off. That is maybe bridged with a weekend. So maybe you'll be in total four or five days and when I, say off I literally mean off like you have to take a digital detox you have to shut off all notifications you have to step away from Your Business, and this is not asking you should be able to step away for your business for a couple of days we also need to step out of your current environment whether you work. From home or out of an office or whatever it is, you need to spend a few days away and this can be something as simple as just getting an AIRBNB in a location. That's maybe in nature or trying to do here is you wanNA start looking inward and not really worrying about the outward now worrying too much about what's going on the news or on off twitter you want to settle things down a little bit. We want to minimize the noise so that our thoughts can manifest so that we can have time. To think clearly. So we have time to really things in perspective when you're in the weeds. When you're in you know on the battlefield, it's really hard to focus on how to get out of the war. You know Y- bombs dropping on, you got bullets flying UNITA retreat a little bit. You need to go away for a little bit away from the violence and all the noise. I know this is a weird analogy but just hang with me here so that you can come up with a strategy you can come up with. A practical way you to resolve the issue I would call this more of a sabbatical than a vacation. This is a chance for you to really work on yourself a little bit This could be maybe an exercise retrea or some sort of meditation or tree. It could be even just you going out again getting an AIRBNB somewhere in nature out in the woods or by the beach and just having you know a fresh food and medicine time just read and have a chance to just like be with yourself without having to have any distractions any noise of the business this is a chance for you. To step away from things. So if there are other obligations, you have I really recommend trying to do by yourself. So you have kids try to like see if you can get you know the parents to to to take a look at them or take care of them for a bit or a family friend or something you know I would recommend would be going You have to be alone you can with your significant other or maybe a friend were you can actually have some discussions and just have some moments of peace and the point here. Is that you don't have any other obligations to do anything other than focus on yourself. This is the first step. You just need some time away because sometimes we just need that we need a little perspective need a timeout. We need some things to kind of pass a little bit and we come back maybe feeling you know it's not that bad This is just a bump in the road. I just need to change a few things in his change a few habits that I'm making I'm maybe doing too much need to hire for this position. I can fix this situation This often is all you need to do because it just you know that time away makes you think of solutions allows you to think, Hey, what I really don't like about the situation what are they don't like about my business right now Why don't we just hire out for that? Why don't I change my involvement in that? I know people that have made the decision instead of selling your business or giving it up just hiring a different. CEO Saying I'm hiring somebody replace myself I still own the business so make the money but I want to be involved that much I'm just going to be the chairman of the board I'll be part of the decision making I'll be owner founder but I don't want to deal the day to day maybe that's an extreme step or maybe something you can't afford right now but. You get the point there. Some things you can change nothing is not solvable. You can always solve especially in established business that's growing. That's maybe generating revenue. These are all positive. You don't WanNa Kinda just throw the baby out with the bathwater but what can happen is after your sabbatical, you come to the conclusion that it's time to move on You may be had your full of this opportunity of this challenge maybe enough ild anymore maybe you changed over the years and you're just not. Feeling it, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. Now, you know now you have a plan of action. Now, you just need to plan how you going to transition how you going to give. Are you going to sell the business to somebody? Or you again to step away and have somebody run it the day to day, and you just be the owner and you work on some other things with your time. These are all great options. But the one thing I do recommend is if you are going to change if you're are gonNA leave and stop doing what you're doing you better have something else you're going to be doing there's nothing to prepare you for the challenge of leaving something and having nothing to do a lot of people talk about this but if you ever sell your visit. Out Your Business Changed Management and you work on something else they'll be a gap. They'll be something that you miss the sense of purpose, a lot of your you know significance in who you are as a person is intertwined with your relationship with the business. So it's always good to make sure grab onto another vine before you let go veal vines. Have some sort of plan even if I'm GONNA, write a book I'm going to start a new blog I'm going to. Be Like I'M GONNA throw my money on my time and my energy. But you should have some sort of starting point. Some sort of thing I'm going to do I'm going to get into this new thing I take some classes I'm gonNA. Learn had to do some woodworking because I'm going to be a star furniture business whatever the you want to land safely onto something.
Chicago Weather: Mostly cloudy, windy with sprinkles possible
"The AccuWeather five day forecast. Here's meteorologist Carl Eriksen. Mostly cloudy with a gusty breeze overnight in a stray shower cannot be ruled out low 48 It will be a much cooler day on Thursdays. Clouds go away to some sunshine high, only 55. A chilly night Thursday night. Clear skies low 35 in sunny to partly cloudy on Friday High 55 a morning shower possible on Saturday. Otherwise mostly cloudy and breezy, high near 60 and reinforcing shot of chilly air comes in for Sunday. Mostly cloudy with an afternoon shower high 52 in periods of rain possible Monday High 54
Verizon Wireless CEO on what iPhone 12 getting 5G means for the industry
"With me to help interview Ronin is my colleague you'll have Blumenthal Roger. Ronin thanks for joining US pleasure so You've been working for a while now it's the industry has been working on for a while it's been live for almost two years at this point. But how big of a deal is it that apple is finally getting into the five day game. So Roy, if I may just take people back is you know great debt technologies when they arrive needs to be deployed within an ecosystem and we started like three plus years ago and we have the technology for more. We brought best in class partners together and said, look within this five G. is going to be huge we want to accelerate. The development of the standards, the development of the of the equipment. So we kind of put our money where out was early on, and since then we've been in the vanguard and really the announcements today are a combination of that two to three year cycle where we've worked with chipset manufacturers, we've worked with network equipment vendors and we've worked with all of the premium device manufacturers in the world, and we brought together a very clear understanding the potential of both five G. and particularly five G. A. millimeter waves, and that has resulted in this year long now after the announcements from Apple Twenty five, five G. devices coming to. The US, all of which you're supporting at millimeter wave and really reflecting I believe an accelerated adoption curve that can only get faster. Now that apple in Iowa have joined the party now you spent a year and a half touting the insane speeds that you get with that millimeter way side p speeds but realistically for Law Folks Buying, an iphone twelve of their likely will be accessing the Logan five through the nationwide work announced today. I'm just curious how you are either educating or bracing consumers. On, what could be a disappointing first impression of five G. because it's not quite those millimeter way speeds low band is at this point, you know an incremental upgrade over our faster four g networks. So I'd break it into two parts, the devices that are coming to market today in the recent past from other device manufacturers have chipsets in them, which are optimized to use the existing technologies for Jim Five G. Even better to deliver better experiences better battery life better capabilities on the devices. So there's An proposition for any. Who is considering upgrading? The second thing is in today was a perfect demonstration of it. The pace of software innovation around networks is faster than it's ever been. We announced today that because of the availability of ATC on the down Lincoln to see on the up link with Camera Gatien that we've essentially doubled the spades in millimeter wave, but it's not about speed. Speed in our business is a proxy for capacity and capability, and so think about it is is it that somebody needs four gigs or is it that a thousand people in a stadium or all streaming four? K At exactly the same time? That's the question that you have to answer, and so the opportunity for customers to enjoy both fabulous ultra why bound experiences but also because of our commitment to ultra wideband in those densely populated areas in the high traffic areas, actually the flow to the ultra wideband network is also freeing up the very best of the best in class for Jail T. network we have a now five gene nationwide covering over two hundred million. Of the US population so it is a win win it gets better for everybody. Okay. So talking about that you know win win and getting people onto five G. Phones, that's obviously a big opportunity for getting people to switch and get onto the new networks with your approach with dss, is there an added incentive for you guys to get people to upgrade so that you can restart reallocating spectrum from four G. L. T. to five G. when in fact, it's almost the the country while we're absolutely excited about telling the five story to our customers. The use of DSS means that we don't have to artificially partition between one part of our spectral bands and another to create individual lanes for individual technologies we allow seamless access across the network. Occasioned by the management of that network in a way that says if there's more need for four G. than we have it, if there's more need for five G. Than we have, that's a distinct alternative to somebody saying I have a dedicated line for five G. and if it's empty, it stays there unused. So we it's highly efficient in the way we use it, and therefore we think gives the best experienced about I wasn't willing to compromise my for gop experience of which might customers came for. In in a rush to the experience, what I've committed to is building the best four g LTE network and then on top of the best five G. Nationwide and the new five jailed for wideband. Network and that's part of Verizon's consistent commitment to delivering quality experience choice. That's our value proposition
Agreement reached to end homeless encampment in Philadelphia
"The encampment on the bed. Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia's Fairmount section is going to disband peacefully. KOW City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lo tells us. The city has reached an agreement with camp organizer's city officials say the protesters who led the encampment have agreed to fold up their tents and clear an athletic field on the parkway. By the end of the week and exchange, the city and the Philadelphia Housing Authority will gradually transfer 50 vacant properties to a land trust controlled by the protest organizers. 10 within five days of the campers moving out and 40 more over the next six months. A statement from organizer JonBenet says she's proud of the agreement and happy to move from protest to partner Mayor Jim Kenney says he's pleased with the agreement and thanked Parkway neighbors for their patients. The encampment went up in the midst of civil unrest. In June, the city threatened to evict the camper several times, but they refused to leave. At one point, taking over the traffic lanes on 22nd Street and show of defiance, But to the officials were determined to end the protest without
"five days" Discussed on The Industry
"Well not exactly. So when Elliott? Gould dropped out of the picture and there was a kind of scramble to possibly and it was a place with a really short period of time. I'm not lasted very long. Because he was what was I think? Generating the interest financing and the picture but there was a moment where the idea was. How do we? How do we resuscitate here? And what do we do you know? I was at that moment in time and only for a brief moment I was sort of. You know hot young thing and they're given I were together. And you know there was this momentary discussion and it may literally only been in my head up you know how about if I stepped into this film because because I I went like my youth works to my advantage in this part point here Elliott. Gould is around thirty two. When it comes to tiger is being made. Chris was still in his twenties and was probably a better fit for the role of Luther at least age wise. I mean I had a copy of glimpse of Tiger for one hundred years. I mean I used to carry it around all over the place I dunno I I had this kind of fantasy about resuscitating that movie in that I you know this was going to be a great thing for me to do. I'm not sure I was right by the way but you know that was my idea time but it never worked out for Chris. He was not able to get the picture mate and considering the effort that Chris put into getting. This made one question. Did pop into my mind at any point while you were thinking about getting this made. Did you ever think to bring this to your father? No there's something. I should point out to you about Chris. His father was directing legend. Don Siegel for those of you. Unfamiliar With Siegel. He was the man behind invasion of the body. Snatchers dirty Harry. Charley varick escape from Alcatraz and a number of others. The man was an absolute legend. I don't remember ever thinking of giving it to my father to get the next question I would think you. That's why would you and I guess that would open a Pandora's box you there. The dysfunction was between me and my father. Now it's a perfectly reasonable question. He actually he had a very interesting project about. It was a really weird little kind of arty movie idea that he fell in love with a this kid who was kind of in some ways. It was a similar story That he was he wanted to do work with me. He wanted to make a movie with me and I think he felt a little guilty in that he didn't fight to put me into or choose to put me into And I think by the way he made the right choice the The movie he made with John Wayne the shooter I to play the kid in it through our part. Okay our because Iran hours like really good in that and in many ways it was really playing into all the things that Ron Howard did terribly well and that I would have had to act terribly well And so I think you know my father probably made the right choice but I think he's still complicated about it but I never. I never even considered. I just didn't feel like Don Seagal movie to me. Herman Rauscher took screenplay and turned it into a successful novel. He's in his nineties these days and when I asked to speak with him about a glimpse of Tiger. Here's how he responded. Thanks for your email. The attempted adaptation of a glimpse of Tiger was a bad experience. All around and not something. I want to revisit now. Still I do appreciate your interest and wish you all the best. Gould would end up. Owing Warner Brothers. One hundred and seventy five thousand dollars for the loss production of a glimpse of Tiger painted off to twenty five thousand dollars a year over seven years and he also didn't work for almost two years. Afterwards it was his mash director. Robert Altman that brought back before cameras for the excellent. The long goodbye in one thousand nine hundred seventy three however before gould could be cast he had to take a psychiatric evaluation and be legally declared. Sane in interviews. Gould refers to his time with glimpse of Tiger as the debacle or the humble back. Gary is talking about it on the podcast. Wpf with Marc Maron Blink. Something that was called at the time. A glimpse of Tiger and the way I saw it it was the little prince in urban America right now and I was the aviator and the princess. This girl and I didn't know that I should have tried to cast my wife. Jenny and I cast. I wanted to cast Kim Darby and I said to her. It's going to be difficult. I've never done this before to be playing a part in. This is a different part of the car to be really frightening just like this and so if if you get frightened or you don't understand where I'm coming just say timeout. Put your make a tee with your hands. Call me over to the side. I'm like a doll. I mean I need you to be happy secure and comfortable but she. She was scared. And I didn't know that I was way beyond limits in terms of the comprehension of the people. I was working with us. I put my heart in my life. You know and and the movie didn't get finished or no it didn't and that was the beginning of the humbling. Yes Oh yes. There was talk that Gould was on drugs. And that this clause into freak out or have a nervous breakdown but he's denied that he hasn't denied using drugs. Mind you the totally admits to using drugs. He likes to smoke a little marijuana and do some psychedelics but he denies that drugs was the problem. Gould instead says things Like his problem wasn't drugs. Reality was or. He didn't know how to play the part or that he had no perspective. I even had carotene and Barbara. Hershey came to stay with me for a while and he had two dogs and I love Carotene. I felt guilty look at Karen and accounting family. They're great American actors. And what look what? I'm doing how to get in this position and to do this but I mean there was. Nobody really there with me. Jenny was there but I can't say that she understood. And I certainly didn't understood but I didn't know that I didn't have the right To create I thought that I could and so I had to pay for it. I had to find out that there are boundaries. And I'm fine with it. I paid for the product. Gould's production company was basically done. Never made a movie out of the assistant. The book I mentioned in the opener they did make a few dollars off that woody Allen picture though it was nineteen seventy. Two's everything you wanted to know about sex but was afraid to ask the touch. The Ingmar Bergman film that Gould Start in was released in. Nineteen seventy one and was a flop. It received mixed reviews and recorded a loss of a little over a million dollars after the longer by in Nineteen seventy-three Gould's career picked back up for better or worse and he's been working steadily ever since one or brothers would be fine. Yeah I know no shock there. They took a glimpse of tiger script and gave it to director Peter Bogdanovich to see if he was interested he wasn't but then took some elements of it. Flip the sex of the leads and turn it into a screwball comedy and called. What's up? Doc Is San Francisco. The city chosen by one of the most sensitive new generation of filmmakers. Peter Bogdanovich for his maiden comedy. What's up doc starring? Barbra streisand and Ryan O'Neal. Well there's not much to see. Actually we're inside a tiny drag any experienced observer of trooping techniques which quickly sense the not only. Was it a big hit for one brothers. In nineteen seventy two. It was a big hit for star. Barbra streisand who in case you don't know happens to be Elliott Gould's ex-wife. Thank you for listening to this episode of the industry. This episode was written edited and hosted by Dan. Delgado special thanks to my guest. Christopher too boring and thank you to W T F with Marc Maron for permission to use a clip from their show. If you enjoyed this episode. There's more in the feed so go crazy. You could find all the episodes at our website industry. Podcast DOT ORG. They say rating and reviewing is good for podcast. So why not do your old.
"five days" Discussed on The Industry
"In June of Nineteen seventy-one things were humming. Along for the Brodsky. Gould production company Brodsky was Jeff Brodsky. Movie Publicist for Twentieth Century. Fox turned movie producer. Product served as a publicist for the infamously troubled shoot of Cleopatra in nineteen sixty three and this gave him a front row seat to all the problems on set. And the Liz Taylor. Richard Burton Affair. Which would be the subject of tabloids seemingly forever Brodsky. Parlayed this information along with another publicist Nathan. Weiss into a successful book called Cleopatra Papers. The book was basically just a printing of their gossipy. Back and forth memos of the goings on set but the public was eager for Liz and Dick Gossip. Aided UP GOULD was actor Elliott Gould and in one thousand nine hundred seventy. He was a big deal he had a string of hit. Movies was on the cover of Time magazine. And was named the Star of the year by theater owners Brodsky. Gould had a number of products on the table right out of the gate an adaptation of the bestselling novel the Assistant. They'd bring the play little murders to the screen with French sensation. Jean-luc GO DR directing and they had a picture with Woody Allen lined up and in June of Nineteen seventy-one filming would begin on a glimpse of Tiger with Gould starring in the lead within five days after filming began Gould fired. The director terrified is co star and found himself out of work for nearly two years. My name is Dan Gatto and today. We're taking a look at this brief and troubled production in an episode. We're calling five days of the tiger. Welcome to the industry..
"five days" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Sorry, thinking, hey, maybe maybe it's going to be really dead. Right. Maybe they made a mistake in the and shouldn't be open this late news gonna who's gonna shop it midnight on Thanksgiving Day. Right. I get all my God. I to them all and it's packed. It's like a regular Saturday afternoon at the mall was unbelievable so many people. So I think what's happening is that people are going out or having their thanksgiving dinner. And then they're like, okay. Here's the new tradition after thanksgiving dinner or packing up instead of passing out. We're going to the mall. I guess it's exercise, you know. I it's it's just so ridiculous. To me. I mean, I understand the whole store opens at five AM or six AM on on black Friday. I don't agree with it. I'm not getting up that early. Just some great deal but open till midnight on thanksgiving. This just something wrong with that. I'm sorry. I just it's just weird. Yes. Well, we were so we did something a little bit different. I am I'm in LA for four the holiday. This is the first time I've been away from home. But this is kind of the first time I've been on the other side of the country. I've been away from home for a long time so JJ, and I decided that we were going to do something a little bit different than than we as a as not single people, but us as as a couple would do. So instead of doing a thanksgiving dinner. We actually did thanksgiving brunch. Where we had oh Margery actually Marjorie from turnkey. Marjorie are Alexander from our our company was over. And she brought a friend and the four of us had a had thanksgiving brunch. And then we were playing with the kittens most of the day, if you don't know who the kittens are what they are. We're fostering five kittens, I can't remember if we talked about that and then last week show. But anyway, we're fostering five kittens, and we were all just hanging out with the kittens we had a lot of seat in a room. I don't know why. Flies through my brain here. Okay. Anyway. So it was a it was a gluten free. I think almost dairy free thanksgiving meal, which was which was really good because I didn't walk away with that wa- feeling. So we had we had brunch. And then we went out to thanksgiving dinner to a local restaurant and Marjorie and a friend went with us to tha that dinner as well to dinner as well. So it was the four of us. We spent the entire day together. We had a great time. It was really fun. We laughed a lot. We we were. I don't know chatting about everything and nothing, and as we were pulling away from the restaurant that we went to think it was called salt creek was the restaurant as we were pulling away from the restaurant. I could see the best buy was open. And again, this is thanksgiving evening. And there was like pick us out front or brunch. Is it afternoon or evening? No. So we had brunch. In the keep up with the story. Strict we had J twelve I know China we had brunch during the day at the house here we. We made brunch. Sorry, if I wasn't clear about that. And then we took a little pause for meeting. And then we went out to dinner a couple of hours later few hours later, and so as we're pulling away we saw like best buy was wide open. And it was packed and out front of the best buy there's all these pickup trucks with their flashers on. And everybody has like they must have been running a special on big screen television sets. I guess this is the time of year to buy a big screen TV. Yeah. That's typically what they do. Do you? Remember when when the plasmas and Elsie, well is is abort before LED or LCD came out. But remember when plasmas first came out remember how expensive they were. Oh, God, they were like euless. It was like five grand by a fifty inch plasma television set. Yeah. So look if you go to Amazon dot com here. I'll do it. I just wanna see Amazon. I I'm very curious. What a a seventy inch plasma. Let's just let's just check it out and just wanna sail departments curious. Seventy inch plasma TV. Okay. Here. We go. Seventy inch plasma television sets from three hundred twenty nine. Are you kidding me? Believable. Wait a minute. Sorry..
"five days" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Show in just a month or so, and he'll tell all about his flowers, and how the how the process works young guy young guy, and he's just seems to be very successful in his approach to our to bring you flowers to the marketplace. So instead, I sent him to your mom right in they were and they're really good and they smell good. And they were very yes, right? Yeah. Yeah. If they weren't good. Would you send the next ones to your ex wives? Well, it's funny. You say that because as you know, Strickland, we are now, let's see what's what's today's date when we're like twelve days away twelve th we are now like twelve days away from my my final alimony payment. Counting down to this for a long time a long time, and I sent him a text the other day when he said only fourteen days to go. I don't know if he got it because. When I said, hey, Doug. Do you want me to get you an advent calendar, so you can open the little windows every day counting down. Do you know that you're saying that if you did send that it went right over my head? It really does. So in the first window in the first window is like a a a little baby growing up. And in the second window. It's a it's a child going to college the third the third window is like two people. You all you see is the backs of two people sitting in chairs across from a judge. A guy with a wig the next one. The next one is all I got the next one is a is a guy any appears to be on a date with a much younger blonde. Wow. The the wait a minute is alimony from your first. Yeah. Marriage, right. Yes. Yes. Go like to the court. And then it goes the next one would be like a much younger brunette, right, right? Another wedding, right? Oh. Court date. The head a little bit there. Hey, okay. So it's really funny because not funny. It's kind of say in a way that worked poking fun of my life. But this is okay. December is going to Mark a very very important integral part of my life. So December marks my final alimony payment with from my first wife. Okay. My final payment and the divorce the divorce proceedings. The hearing for from my second wife, so December of two thousand eighteen is actually a very very upheaval pivotal time in the life of Doug Sandler, do you know the advent calendars, you know, there's like every day. Right. I mean, that's how they work. I mean, you understand how they're counting down to Christmas. When I was a kid. I love those. It's like, which one of us, my brother, I guess to open the window. Right. But you know, with a lot of them when you open the window. It's like what present you think. You might get her Smith's, right? I know this. Yeah. So maybe you can like all the things that you're going to do. With the extra money. You have right. Like one wanna be your tesla behind you know, you know, what? Strict here's where I wanna go would. I would. I really am looking for is just a breath. I'm just looking I really am. I swear I have not planned out. Like, oh my God. I'm gonna take my first month that I'm not paying alimony. I'm going to get a go on vacation the next month. I'm going to buy a car the next month. I none of that. I just want the relief just for one fucking month. Please. I mean, I know I wanted for many more than one month's, but just to have it just so I can just just relax for a moment. Just ramon. Okay. Okay. Fair enough. You can do that. You'll you'll have a whole lot more until the alimony from the next one starts. Jeez. I'm hoping I don't get like a Winnie Jammie. Like all of a sudden here. Here comes the court court papers in the mail. Oh, sorry. Remember, all those papers that you said that she's not asking for anything. Well, she's asking for rush. Rush to stuffing that that's not happening. At least be kind to me. I have been a good soul. I really have been strike attest to the fact that I have actually been a good guy through this entire process. Even a very good guy process the process, dude sucks. Yeah. Anyway. So that will start with the books. We don't know if that is the correct pronunciation, but the website is be.
"five days" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"Electric vehicle, but it only is good up through the I two hundred thousand vehicles that a a menus and do they a specific manufacturer? So you could go to another manufacturer if you chose to right? Exactly. So like, let's say the Nissan leaf, right? The Nissan leaf is selling relatively well. So if you bought a leaf, it could be that you can't get a seventy five hundred dollar tax credit because they've sold two hundred thousand or more of them. I rather store not. But like the Ford Focus electric, which I bought already. I don't think is selling particularly. Well, so you could probably buy those for years to come and stars because a range of like. Twenty seven miles. Yeah. I know this problem because I'm getting so anyway, I just got an Email from tesla saying they've just sold their two hundred thousand vehicle and I'm like, whoa, dude. I I want my seventy five hundred dollar tax credit. So the way it works is as long as I take delivery on or before December thirty first then I get my seventy five hundred dollar tax plan. That's plan right now December. All right. So so the deal is this if you don't take delivery of your tesla by December thirty first I get it. That's yeah. Pretty much. Yeah. So you can get the federal tax credit. Yeah. That's it exactly. And and seventy five hundred dollar tax credit. So the the vehicle cost what? Like fifty five grand. So fifty five grand. So it's kind of like you're actually spending forty eight thousand dollars, then exactly okay. It's still, but I keep coming back to this. When I bought my two thousand eleven Toyota Highlander, I spent forty thousand dollars on it. I didn't put any money down zero money down I financed. The tack the even the sales tax on.
"five days" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Now, it's time for the last word with Lawrence O'Donnell. Good evening, lords, Rachel Ebba. Very controversial question for you. Which we we've actually never discussed even on those long canoe rides. We do on the weekends on the lake. It's never come up. And that is where are you on Oprah four four or against Oprah is our hope breath. Concern when everything else falls to hell when everything else smolders and the ash collapses Oprah will still be there to show us the way Oprah is one of those people for whom for and against is obviously a joke. There's no against accepting, I guess some crazed precincts. But so I woke up this morning. Believing that Oprah Winfrey should not be a candidate for anything. I've always thought that I I'm one of those people who thinks there's some training involved here and experience this necessary. And being TV star is not that experience. That's the country. We used to live in apparently of Airlie, then I watched her in Georgia, and I was stunned at how good she was on the political stage as a politician. That's what she was today a really effective high level communicating politicians. Yeah. And she was good on notes when she was reading from notes when she was coming in there with sir prepared remarks. She was really really really good when she was off her prepared remarks and the barn of it that made I think people most consider the seriousness of her as a potential candidate was how well she said. She didn't want to run right. I mean that that is. Kind of a trifecta like those are the three things you need to be able to do that. And don't put on a hat, and you're pretty much a top tier candidate. But was wonderfully. There was nothing in the kind of polished politician. Quality over speech at all. It was raw and real, and honest and historical, and thoughtful and wise and on point, and it was Oprah. That's I. So that's what it was. It was Oprah. All right. I I am a changed. Well, not to change, man. I'm a changed political analyst on Oprah. Why I am now four we'll talk it over in the canoe. Okay. Mcnew lewis. Rachel. Okay. Ready here because it was only five days five days to go five nights from right now at this very minute. This hour, we will be counting votes in the election that could change America the election that could change Donald Trump's life, both as a politician and the subject of a special prosecutor's criminal investigation of the president and the election that could change your life. It will change your life one way or the other..
"five days" Discussed on Fore Play
"To learn about about you it's like little green and orange like the flag google yeah yeah we will have to go there but the good news boys cabinet is always there we will one hundred percent back yeah we will absolutely back but i hope that that shows everybody what this place about a lot of people have they're probably just or that it exists and it was i mean this is the buddies triple lifetime yep a degree more without question it by far exceeded any expectation that i had in my head say what this trip was going to be from a staff to the golf course to the food which was unbelievable really like everything that you wanted to do to the loopers that were just absolute beauty yeah to everything it was by far and away amazing and the loopers chirpin do they're just every time ben would hit like a shitty shot don't just go oh great shop and then full time yeah just drop a quick thank you no matter where the ball goes way right like unto the seventh hole and he goes yeah great shot push one out rap trees and thank you thank you present it trump's zone they were fantastic they got it they just they understood the whole deal yup so reggie let me ask you this bandon dunes versed habit linked peppy cliffs time in digest no right now it's hard not to say cabinet he has we're still here and i and i do think cabinet classes the single greatest golf course in the entire world bannon has more golf and it's a very different vibe the beauty of the two places that are very different yeah don't get a very different experience both places band in his just a pure like feels like a pure like boys trip playground.
"five days" Discussed on Fore Play
"Right yeah i'm not sure oh yes you're right napper's house our academy catty missed the eighteen lives on the court he lives on the golf course he could walk it would take him forty five seconds to walk to the fourth or fifth teebox and he missed the whole first round and like i said more than made up with for just the best show him next time we played that course he put like a bag of beers deepen you're right you're right that's the fear of stealing but like deep into the woods in its woody woody yeah so we get around on the fourth hole he goes in there he goes boys i got a surprise surprise for for you you i'm gonna make i gotta make it up to you for for missing at first round comes out huge gift a bunch of beers even a little whiskey made up for big time but that whole is double green so i guess what happened was there's an upper and a lower the two of them court crenshaw could not agree to save their lives on which one should actually be kaiser who's kind of the funds the whole thing and all that said we'll just bill both of them they built both of them so we played both greens fantastic par three then you go back out towards the water you've got another whole that's very similar to our whole links mary very similar golf poll dogleg laugh very tough but spectacular hole about arbor just a river running through but it's awesome river really really we said like there's never been a river that has more trout in it than that river you can just look at it i'll tell there's just canadian trout earn that really spectacular river in that part three after that along the water would often blind shot donald screen humid there you should actually walk back because then you get a beautiful view of like y'all river that comes out the sandy dunes that kinda rolled down the coast yep because it's tremendous little parthree that like goes sand bumper i don't know yeah that's sort of feel like a stadium type of feel to it it's pretty similar to it's it's not a pure like punch has because even like ben you pulled like one left up like ten feet up good ball striker which is great which is just that was very frustrating that moment the ninth hole in other parthree that's like a hundred and ten yards behind it finnity green and you just stand there just like oh my god look how can anything get any better than this and we're not even to the back and while i'm lorraina i have my own pm i will when we get to that whole okay not only did you even take but you called it before you wear like walking across the green you go boys is gonna be the best pm my life and you walk over there and just started being like looking over the there's been in his happy place a few few candidates for best piece of our life different specimens news almost every the best properties in the world it just has to be nightfall we let the loopers hit a couple of shots on the ninth hole we did napper hit one tight in great shot at great ten toll all along the cliff on the left parfive whole incredible hole and that's the green that we mentioned earlier on the right right back to the couches in there like the line is like just off the right edge of the couches kind of play back towards that and then once you go out on the back nine the back nine at cliffs might be it's probably got to be the greatest stretch of golf holes on earth i am of the belief because we did you just talked about the tenth coming up yeah yeah you're right you're right so but yeah even the the technically back is an i'm i've said this on instagram and i think that there's a very good chance i don't know played every course in the world i think there's a very good chance that cabot classes the single best golf course on planet earth by just my brain can't comprehend how anything could be better i have played a lot of places played pebble played the old course played friars played all these places tcc played a ton of golf course the wing foot all that was courses are amazing they're absolutely amazing on the band that i think habit classes this is the.
"five days" Discussed on Fore Play
"For breakfast with four lobster rolls they were delicious they were work for they were so good believably good and kind of a wild thing to eat right before you play per navy the greatest golf course in the world you know how much stomach was gonna handle that we held up you get your protein carbs in there that's true that's a good point right all your nutrition boom you're very you're ready to rock so we get there with meet our caddies for the first time who are legends beauties just absolute stunners get into a lot with them they are stunning their tents every one of them is a ten we've met three about three of them are boy napper so we got we got dylan napper sean and bucco reason we call napper or napper is because he napped through the first round he just didn't make it oh total whiffed and the first time and not even any told us multiple times later in the trip he goes you know if i could do all over again i would have slept through that round again he more than made up for it he was maybe the biggest beauty on the trip bucket hat the whole time i have a couple of videos of him playing pool at the pub with us at two in the morning with shades and wearing a bucket hat and sunglasses choice shot grinding over at east caddy through the next shot lupin so we meet the cavs they're like all right boys let's do this every time i t at cabot cliffs is a par five again wide open fairway very friendly very much what you want cliffs the cliffs courses are core crenshaw who are maybe the hottest hottest design duo hottest course architect team on planet earth they just had the course trinity forest like a month or two ago that's a brand new course that dallas area that had its first bj tour event there they have friars head which bannon i've played a couple times track that's that's a top five course i've ever played shout for shooting seventy two they down they've got course stream song they've got two courses including the par three course at bandon they're everywhere so your rates yourself you're abate corcoran shot huge corcoran guy their holes have i love it too because all their courses i've played are different but they do have their own look to just the way that they do the bunkering there's a lot of this kind of the signatures that they have that really makes you feel like all right like this is this is going yeah the green we've seen a couple times can't decide on what part three green can't decide so there should do a couple of different rates so we get there the first hole parfive great parfive you're looking you're standing so they have at cliffs they have these couches that sit out there it's like this whole closely mown area that kind of like the eighteenth green and the i t and these couches and the tenth green all like all blend into each other up and the couches are in between all of them kind of perked up like a hair higher than the rest and it's just this unbelievable setting that's we hit your first tee shot on the parfive and then boom you're off it's generous fun like very play oh i hold off i mean like you get there whenever you arrive like maybe get off the plane maybe you're playing that day or maybe you're planning early morning around to get thirty six in every day every day but you know the par fives it's a great way to start you get out there get a smack another one out there you probably have a little wet jan should maybe have a party look go the hades route two on the first of all the is it the tenth fairway is right of the first hole so if you if you if you're a slice and dice kind of guy like tyson i are you can you can go way right like one hundred and fifty yards right and still have a shot.
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"We said one night i walked out there and just fell after our first round yup lurch had to come save me he just was so happy and he got into his happy place and have kind of a magical maybe thing come over to you and you went right out with the first fairway i've never seen a body stretched his forest i was literally like your hands and feet than the wanted to be more further apart and you got to be you're sitting next to your cell phones to right just tunes going and i get there because now you've been out there for thirty minutes maybe he's having a fun time at this time it could be anywhere between two and five am because the boys just slam accelerator i never once looked at the break and get out i mean he's not asleep he's he's close to the debt sensitive you might like i was rubbing your sturm at one point to try to wake up eventually came to and you're like oh my position i would call that's the starfish i was doing this just laying there looking up at the stars i could hear the waves crash background i'm in the middle of this beautiful fairway boys but thanks for from waking me up there's a couple of moments like that where i was on sleep on the couch the second day and then the second eighteen and i was just dead i was dead in a row rope lurch came by goes goes eight bradaigh brett i think he's hey brad jolt right to and then he's like we're going to the bar so that was the first night okay we're there for five that's just the first nights i i nine thursday we get up thursday we make our way over the cliffs for the first time we've never seen cliffs seven twelve am seven twelve eighty seven twelve amt time we had obviously taken it old deeper than we wanted the night before it energy's high could stop early the trip nothing was slowing us down nothing stopping us to the the whole well first of all we we i'm sure they have a beautiful range we didn't see the range ones didn't see the range ones hurts really nice yep drove right by our practice the practice all look we never we just couldn't budget time in five days we couldn't budget not even close we buzz over to cliffs cliffs is of four minute shuttle away again one of these beautiful sprinter vans followed him women yup floating living room just takes you right over there and you always have a group or two on the on the bus with you that are always i mean by the time you get to cliffs you're like three minutes deepen a conversation already know on the guys names everybody does oh you guys play the course yeah what do you think of the whole told somebody like also yes for beer after the round probably twenty five times just everyone's waiting with brett still where is that guys where's that so we get over to clips for the first time we hop out we pretty much got to run buzzing breakfast sandwich oh nice i did not do breakfast sandwiches because what do we do ridge oh we did lobster rolls at seventy sleeping obstacle i completely forgot about that so that was on me so what happened was we the main clubhouses at the links course the cliffs course they're building a house who is not done yet they don't have as many food options so i go in there and i'm like okay we'll do how really sorry sir is there anything else we can get you look at the menu and i just saw lobster roll and i was like yep four lobster rolls so i came walking out to the boys at seven twelve in the morning.
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"We gotta talk villa villa eighteen so i don't really know where to start with the villa art at the front door but the front door we originally like when we first got there we checked right in and dropping stuff off at the villa really quickly and you walk into this front door and it's like an open kitchen and living room open concept with these giant french doors behind and the small little patio that just overlook the gulf so i think that was my mistake not french doors according doors that literally it's three doorways on the left side three doorways on the right hand side okay literally full allegation corden so it brings oh really love a good accordion you've probably thirty feet of of door space to open to your backyard just happens to be one fairway and the yeah it's like they just got rid of the whole wall for you direct yeah they movable wall they took out an unnecessary wall and just put in a guess they call them accordion windows so we walk and we're just like what the fuck is going to stay our place that we talked like this is amazing bedrooms right yet so all our villa looks over the first fairway of links and then a lot of the holes the way that it's built their kind of each a little bit right it's tiered that you can just see this magnificent vista from there we're having a couple of peers checking him davila so we had a four bedroom villa the up huge kitchen said like big table for activities and all that living room beautiful that opens up into the you'll see in the video taj about you'll see it and the four bedrooms and then they're all it's all new rights the bathrooms lurch you or the biggest fan of the i mean i'm a big aren't our guy when it comes time to relax todd rest and relaxation for people that don't know yep so when i settle in and i find my place and i'm on vacation i'm looking for the amenities and the the amenities they had so you walk in put my stuff down in my room and walk into the bathroom of course as soon as i get somewhere you know you gotta kick the shoes off you gotta get let those dogs breathe hampton and i go into the bathroom and my floor is already heated so my toes are just warm enough and just the biggest mile comes down my face when i when we heated it it's it's warm warm just bad slow legit heated floors in the bathrooms the showers have the waterfall option get the main shower head up and you can just flip it up and boom it comes down the waterfall on you and you're sitting there and you're like i'm just on these cliffs in this waterfall in my shower in my perfect i don't over gets better then you get out towel time so yeah i mean as soon as that's done they give you an rowbotham but i was dot every day that i have a rope with me yeah so i'm more familiar with palestine okay and what taliban is basically you know you've got a nice sunny day you might have a porch overlooking something you take a shower you're settling in your just all smiles you probably cracked a shower beer just because things are that good yeah get out of the shower body might get a little cooler feet stay warm and i throw on a towel go right out to the deck and i'm just hanging there in a towel time you couldn't rip smile off my face it is the most relaxing thing of all time body's completely free and you just got a towel on it was it made me happier seeing how happy you are during the second we walk through the door to the villa i just i don't know how you it was almost like you just teleported into a towel really quickly you were just like it was i couldn't even blink you were just in a towel so the villas are there insane all so beautiful about the first time you lay in your bed poisoning it's the best mattress you've had in your life the giant giant mattress just kind of like saint you just sink into the mattress you look over to your right and you're looking at this golf sunsetting again or the stars the bazillion stars which mesmerize so much so like.
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"They're putting more villas they're building a new club or a clubhouse at cliffs clips courses only two thousand sixteen in open so they're finishing the clubhouse there the building another they're building a three course and they're building another of course we got a little insight analogy are building another golf course on these other cliffs just down the road a couple of miles down the road but yeah these villas there's going to be new villas there we stood up there we're like okay we're in somebody's future living room mary nice get to the eighth green eight th green is an awesome massive double green house with anytime you get one of those just like you're just throwback to the old course absolutely i actually played the thirteenth pin the first time we were there because the eighth china touchback left and side shot my approach into thirteen which was a beautiful shot but fifty yards right of eight bread headed to the the the wrong flag eireann flight it just wrong flag that these things are going to happen then we wrapped up nine you know and it's it's a nice 'cause it's that was like that was bonus that was like you're stealing golf didn't even know who are going to get that nine in arrive or to meet some people hang out and have some beers kind of settle in and just get excited for golf and like talk about what you know the match is going to be what the games will be etc and then andrews like we need to get you out there and play nine and realize that sounds that sounds perfect time we'll do that that was sold on the wasn't before went anderson out there and play nine i was sold on the trip completely yet that absolutely i he gets it this is perfect so we wrapped up the nine holes we owe back we had a lovely lovely dinner on this deck outside just perfect weather we gotta talk about the weather the weather whether it was i mean on the five days was shockingly beautiful and we got stretches of a variety of different weather out perfect started out as it could be like glassy water even the gulf which they say is like never that way was literally glass through the first teen eighteen holes that we played on thursday yup and then it kind of changed over some weather came in throughout the course of the week we played in all sorts of weather and then yesterday it was like we got one day we got intense win but it was sunny and warm next day we got sunny and windy in the morning and then super windy and rainy for like six or seven holes which we were like let's bring it more you pack reindeer its links gov up we were like eight transfusions deep at that point and we're like it's lakes ego let's go you're putting out videos and you literally kate him and hear each other talking because it's like blowing so hard rain howling down yeah and then there's like no humidity it's just this perfect like fresh type weather and it was worth dumb right because we're from the united states of america we think like oh nova scotia canada like that must be cold it was warm like seventy three degrees but sixty four and like seventy nine degrees the holy the entire time so going back a second when we show up to the airport all of us are eggs rigs myself have like a little bag and then what you do on golf trips is you just bring your golf bag and like you just stop it with close to protect your club old trick yeah.
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"Acting like a mirror for this guy was beautiful it's burned in my memory too because on that old hey just took a picture of the three of us and somehow made myself look like i was five foot three which was woken large heck's did you photoshop that that was actually not on purpose i don't know i don't know you would know nothing that photo show this picture of the three of us because the heck stugotz it's obviously myself brett and lurch in lurch big fucking guy so i call them lurch just a huge person but i'm like pretty bretton i are similar size yup you're maybe an inch on you in this picture you legitimately you look like the same size as i don't know what is happening literally the same exact size it's insane phrasing in my like my head look smaller than your head like i looked like you just at photoshop i looked like a photoshop shrinkage it's almost like you're standing like thirty feet behind us and you're just small you know the camera like except you were just we urge right dwarf it allows top you on i do in that picture though so i'm not totally totally beautiful picture ever and you look like tiny person i'll get that was kind of a tough break but anyways we wrap up that whole like i said it's par four it's almost it's just it's that good as good as it sounds put him out there the videos that we put out which are going to be phenomenal yup are going to show it and hopefully do it justice and all that then we wrapped up the front nine the eighth hole well this you might have had but in your arteries on the walk from six to seven you kind of walked a little over over these ridges and over a road and we see these these wooden i don't wanna say pedestals but wouldn't upright kind of platforms yes and we were kind of wondering thought they were pitcher opportunities or sunset opportunities and so we asked andrew afterwards said hey what are the wooden platforms he goes oh that's where the living rooms are going to be for the houses that were going to be out there and it goes so you give a look to the people that come up your where they're going to be sitting on their couch ouch watching sunsets and golf from on these wooden plant which was that was another golden golden hour we just stood up there on one of those little future livingrooms shot up to the team over there that's a nice sales marketing effort chance to show on your property so the place developing.
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"The promo code four at checkout so pose golf you wanna talk about that round that night or do you want to count a we'll get to that in a second so let's you're right we get out and we have no idea what to expect and i will say going into this and i've talked about this other podcast before when you go play worldclass course that you've kind of saved up for thought about forever and you know it's going to be atop course you'll ever play there's an urge to look at every single whole online the hole by hole tore study at know everything about it before you get there i've done that nothing i've also done where i arrive at no nothing because you want to preserve that surprise factor i i liked i liked eddie rolling onto a t and being like i have no idea what this whole is let's just see banned in another places i didn't really do much of our i didn't preserve it i kind of knew everything i just couldn't help it this both courses i didn't know really anything before we got here and so every hole that we saw was a surprise and there was a point on the front and hind where we were playing lengths because cabot cliffs i think is ranked number nine on planet earth by golf digest i think that's and cabot links is ranked fortieth or something like that so things like the clip courses better and all that and there was a point on the front nine when we first played at that that first night where we just looked at each other and said i don't even know how cliffs could be better than this this it was so good absolutely i hole course i hold sectors just nice open parfive of big wide fairway oh i hole for swing of the the tour for mayor the trip i andrew the gm i have michelle who's was in marketing i have another member of the staff and i hope my drive off one of the villas you might have hit billy billy and i was just like oh no yes sorry made a loud and thought thought so sorry okay all right yeah right the rules u s like can we hit it over there hit that yes it open over there yeah no that's that's inbound right yeah definitely sure twenty dollars at one point one of the windows boys no worries so my first instinct on the course was held linxia place i know you guys have probably have you guys played links golf before in limited truly limited nothing nothing nothing nothing prize by the firmness in the fastness and all that yeah so it'd beats you up to it beats up this it beats up your shins your feet the course the terrain is so firm in so links because it just gets windswept whole all that that pounds your feet your legs right now we're at the point we're all like icing our legs which is what you want that's links cough i mean that's the full experience but it's not like around greens and all that it's not sixty degrees it's like bumps and runs in putz and all that we gotta talk about the the sixth hole the harbor harbor whole yes we got to the harbour whole i at sunset and it was one of those like immediately we all took phones our like picture time that was stunning stunning abscess yes we had that pacific we have the pacific sunset but not but in the gulf the gulf pacific sunset thing and we get it and we turn because those part of the par three fifth hole before it yup is gorgeous gorgeous little hole but it's going out you're not facing towards the sunset would say that's going south west almost very very yep it's also elevator legal yeah so when you hit that parthree and you get up right green you're elevated and then you get to look down six which is just awesome i mean so six is a par four that wraps it's dogleg left par for that wraps around this cove and in the cove is just this much justic harbor that it's like i don't so call there's lobster boats in there from the seas and at that point in the night with this onset and the glassy water i mean that's a that's a picture that just burn in my memory i'll never forget because he's got like clouds kind of reflecting a little bit off the water yeah but it's it's just you know the water is.
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"And he's i mean and we'll get into everybody at cabinet but they are the most hospitable people in the world and then going and we'll get into this second tell you one rule there one rolling enrolled rate so you ask for anything they're going to figure out a way to do it for you and it's i mean we'll get into every second of the trip but it is not just like i'm trying to keep this conversation on point man it is a five hundred everything like in jeff ramble on and spit it out kind of the king and operations i think it goes down from him yes and he's just set a precedent and they do everything in their power to make sure that you are it is gonna be yes they nail it like you said they said that to us multiple times we have one rule yes that's their only rule and they know it they everything we possibly wanted we just made a phone call and it just arrived everything was yeah there it was perfect it was flawless really canada right we have this reputation like oh the cajun's are just so nice and they were like ten times nicer than that they were just phenomenal but we arrive and we had you know we got like five thirty six something like that we arrive we really had no plans where like we'll just do a couple of drinks let a little dinner we'll see andrew we meet andrew and a couple of other of the folks the staff in the marketing department all that helped us and helped book our trip and all that stuff did a couple of drinks with them and andrew gets it so much that he was like look boys and andrews is such a beauty crazy man i love we're kind of back and hockey culture we didn't really know they just call everybody a beautiful and beauty so andrew gets and he's like boys look i know this is nicer having drinks with us out on this jack which it was it was fabulous he's like but the reason you guys come here for the golf you need to get out on the golf course what's do one or two drinks with us you're not here for us you're here for the golf we popped over to cabinet links right out in front of us play the front nine at cabinet links you know the sun's out late here right so it's like you can play ten o'clock bill and i think that's why he knew to like you gotta get on the golf course because when we were there we saw some of those beautiful sunsets of all time and one hundred new shared a bunch of photos on instagram etc but man was that sunset unbelievable you don't wanna miss a single second of those sunsets actually the first one you know you kind of have the pacific coast you're going to be like holy shit this is going to be unreal and then it delivers and its unredacted i pacific sunset i've ever seen in my life where it goes down over the ocean yup and i think on the gulf so everybody the cabinet is on the western side of the nova scotia like peninsula with this island what's this island called this is cape breton kaelin raton island yes and the cliffs of nova scotia the cliffs of cabinet are on the western side that's why we keep saying pacifico.
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"Like a minivan rid of the headrest out and they lose them your parents two kind of fake stop with it not brody violence but then you can just do that so we took all those out the space here now people can only go pro footers that we've got midst just it was the most comfortable i've ever been we had three hour drive that's what it is three hour drive with halifax up to cabinet gorgeous dr i'm tom telling you get about halfway halfway there you get the water views for the first time everybody's leaning like jurassic park where they're trying to see the t rex we're all on the side of the van like looking for the ocean what is it the gulf of saint lawrence lawrence oh see i liked that gets golf i think it's gulf of saint lawrence we'll call it the sea is he's nice bays basically it might as well be the pacific ocean yup because all of the views back yeah which we'll get into sunset sturdy electric hard not to the gun on this trip truck ritzy came in i thought you were a little defensive about bennett you're like i i don't think anything could beat that thought you were very excited about betty or you're almost trying not to measure this up to that yes and then five days later you've changed tones yes and that's just what it that's how these things work you want to compare them which trip is this or that they're both very different places and all that so we'll get into some of that but the sprinter van down on talk we get in they got a cooler with ice cold waters in their ranks we stopped by liquor story grab some peers were having pops cold pops nice beautiful we got the local beers we did a little bat blue some also canadian petals such better so local alexander keiths is on we just did the most generic like canadian beers we have heard of and he started ripping them so three hour drive down we had the we have the tunes going you start to see the ocean you're doing the drastic park thing you're just is excited as you can see it went by lightning fast how do anything to be back there right now anything anybody to where we we talked about that one point on the drive where we were about fifteen minutes outside of of cabinet and you're like this is the moment right that without your started running out so i'm so i'm just going to sprint there nobody could beat me i'm so right so we arrive okay you pull in you go to hell like you you kind of start high and you drive down a little hill you start overlooking the whole scene with the clubhouse the courses you're wondering which holds that which you'll which courses this what am i seeing where's the villa were to the villa built charlottesville eighteen philadel role in pop right up by the catholic backdrop type situation like front desk everything's very centered yes awesome little homebase basically roll out right away our boy andrew who is sort of communications these genes gm at all okay oh he's a hat the gm best guy ever yeah drew hands down is the nicest guy you could ever meet understands why you're there why you want to be there you know the gulf being the main draw.
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"The show on and look at this stuff that they probably some of it's like but some of its section quentin quentin amusing and stuff like that is what we need to get people to chuck people to to the game congratulations on all that you're doing as mediocre as it is these newer younger hip or forms like barstools four targets had three back surgeries he's had one fusion we welcome in from barstool sports rigs and trent guys welcome to the show all right cabinet links in nova scotia canada it's it's the boys we got a hell of a crew we're just coming back from a trip we are literally on the van the sprinter van which is a sad moment we're all rocking cabot gear it's myself it's producer heads my roommate lurch and we got office manager breath was going head of programming breath unites so we have a ton of talk about feel like a lot of people out there probably don't know a ton about cabot links cabot cliffs probably don't know a ton about nova scotia canada so again wants to set the setting we are all pretty much rock and cabot gear i may have the most aggressive cabinet habit anybody's ever purchased i'd i'd say more electric than addresses to be honest with you you like test lurch doesn't like no it's it's quite aggressive what do you even call that pederson seersucker within the logos yeah that it just it dominates everything it's clout my hat dumb hegg's had his first big week out there running around film and while playing golf at the same time have to say heads your best the best nickname i've ever heard is that your caja joy i mean yeah i i went out i got myself a little visor and then all of a sudden on k j and you know well i mean the story real quick hey just was walking down the fairway and somebody does he looks like a golfer and dylan who will we'll talk about later of our caddies dylan i'll just leave each other we'd kitchen at the same exact time and then from there on out it was you were cage hr the visor does it just seals the deal hegg's is a swedish asian combo with a k j choi visor just exactly like so that was nice and again he's rocking the the cabinet visors and all that we got tons emerged one of the best logos in the biz in the business my favorite actually of all time it's just tough to say now it's so fitting with nova scotia you kind of like no it's on the water and then they give you this like amazingly late ship that looks like it's about to arrive and it's a ship that is arriving that's arriving and then you're a cabinet it's got the sale the giant sale and even even put in like four ripples of water underneath it and then cabinet and then they put that little dot in the million over makes it looked that that works but it's just phenomenal phenomenal logo found the location dot com i'm okay that's where they're arrive it's all part of the theme speaking of arrival so cabinet is an inverness nova scotia canada it is you said that correctly to the inverness no you got a.