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How Bandon Dunes revolutionized golf
"There aren't many golf courses in the world that are better than Bandon dunes but bannon's lasting legacy isn't as a golf course it doesn't idea. That north. America can have true links golf and even better that it can have remote golf courses that can turn into bucket lists destinations. Plenty of course have followed in. BANDON footsteps like cabot links to Nova Scotia or sand Bali and Wisconsin. It's a movement. But it sure didn't start that way. I'm to chair on today's drop zone. Here's how one course in nowhere Oregon turned into an entire movement all by accident. The story of Bandon, Dunes begins with David McLay Kidd A. Scottish. Twenty six year old who had dreamt of becoming a golf course architect but had no concrete path to making that happen. So back in nineteen ninety, four I was twenty six years old and working for the. Detail in Scotland My father was a the golf courses manager and I was working for the development division of. Detail effectively. And I was hating all the Gulf Bar and I was a wannabe golf course architect type I'd done a couple little things but nothing really of any note. And Mike Kaiser Have Franko Rick Summers who's the current owner of PGA Goldman? Zine And Mike said to rick SARS I've got this piece of land on the Oregon coast a WanNa build on authentic Scottish Irish links experience who you guys she'd higher I'm thinking of hiring you know told Vase Your Jack Nicklaus or Pete Dye or a Rick said will you should hire a Scottish golf course architect if you want something authentic in a Mike Chuckled and said, I, would but the old died one hundred years ago. At this point, it wasn't just mcclay kid who was an unknown the Golf World Mike Kaiser was to. He'd made his money by bringing a fresh mindset to the greeting card business decades before need proven to be a smart businessman. But. That doesn't guarantee any success as a wannabe course developer. As an outsider is first instinct might have been a hire a big name architect someone from the establishment to give his project credibility. But maybe he had it in the back of his mind that fellow outsider would be a more proper fit. So he invites David McLay kidd the remote site on the Oregon coast to check things out. and. So I arrived on the state. With my dad. So holding my hand and we will the sixteen hundred acres I remember. Mike Mike is wasn't there. I'd never ma'am yet. He's a caretaker shorty who even then in the seventeenth was our chaperone for the week. So David and his father walked the property with his caretaker shorty Dow and they're thinking themselves. What if you're doesn't know any better? What if he might hire a no name? But shorty keeps asking mcclay kids, business card and eventually he gives them one. In short, he pulls out a stack of cards. He's recently collected mcclay. Kid realizes that every major golf course architect has walked the same site and I realized that might Kaiser was pretty astute and he was he was looking at every possible option as an architect to do this. This set something off in mcclay kid if he's going to be an underdog, well, he may as well act like one. At that point I think I go a little a fire in my Bailey probably because I realized that this guy was never going to hire me I have anything to show I there was no way I was twenty six. So he's going to hire some big name but Hale I'm not going to leave here with my gender my chest I'm gonNA leave with my hailed high. So I went to the local drugstore I bought a dozen sheets of poster board and a few marker pains and I rule what would now be considered a powerpoint presentation. I did it on poster boards with a Marker Pens And Mike Kaiser flew in a few days later in his private jet with some of the executives from Cambridge sports and some of his buddies and I laid. half a dozen or dot com you remember no posterboards that told Mike Kaiser this rich guy from Chicago with a great piece of land, what it would take to build. A true authentic links course in America, and I did so with kind a little chip on my shoulder because I figured with my relatively limited knowledge of Link School Golf in America that there was nothing authentic I was told Pebble beach was a links course doesn't look like it to me I. I was told you know the latest Gulf course by whichever. PGA Pro you WanNa pick a that was in the mountains of southern California was a links course was the farthest thing from the truth. So when I painted I a scenario to Mike Kaiser I said, Hey, if you really want to build a true links course in America years, what it takes and I had a half a dozen points and there were absolutely critical. Such as. You can't have golf carts. There's no golf carts in the British isles, you walk. There's no fancy clubhouse I on the ocean. That's where you put the best green. The clubhouse is back in a corner. The base land is Gulf. The fairways aren't flat. They're pitching in tumbling. There aren't any lakes. There's no babbling streams. There's no car pass. The grasses we use these old style firm grasses van may even have told him there's no arrogation. Can't quite remember what if I said none on a of the bunkers aren't these or MIBA Cloverleaf shapes there these pulp bunkers. Are there to punish the bowl not to Be Up on the week. And as I went through this explanation of links Gulf. Mike had a wry smile on his face and in his. Cohorts laughed openly I load at the ridiculousness of such thought in the sophisticated Gulf market of the United States. I assume that when my father and I left the very next day, we would never hear from Mike Kaiser Regain are crazy Scottish ideas of goal in America were just that while. American. Goal for would traits all the way to the southern. Shores to play golf in the wind and rain and walk and find themselves in eight. Pulp on Kerr surrounded by facie grasses and pitching fear waste were not a single flat lies available such a scenario could never ever work.
"The underworld. Today's quote comes from Salvatori profanity. An influential captain in the most famous Colombo crime family based in New York City for fought. She's actions were ruthless but they were necessary to keep the families disputes away from authorities. Nowhere was this sentiment more apparent than in his famous quote. Goodfellas don't sue goodfellas goodfellas kill goodfellas cheese. Father Joe was the original head of the crime family before his death in nineteen sixty two in the years. Following the family was taken over by Joseph Colombo. The younger prophecy never expressed regret over. Not taking over for his father. He knew it was best if he worked outside of the limelight. Things were easier to accomplish in the shadows while Prophet. She never led the family. His role was important in keeping the peace profound. She was known to be a great mediator. Inter family disputes and was called in to squash any problems for example in nineteen ninety two a mob lawyer in Philadelphia named Salvatore threatened to sue a mobster named carmine Franco Avena accused Franko of skimming money off the top of their Waste Management. Racket without telling him as if the accusation itself wasn't enough to stir up trouble. Avena wanted to take the matter to court. Never the best idea for a criminal organization. The fifty-six-year-old flew in to settle the dispute at the behest of the Colombo family Ci Son was also married to a Venus daughter so in addition to helping the crime family he was protecting his own family profonde. She begged Wien not to file a civil suit. Exposing the entire business in front of a judge would lead to more charges against everyone but Avena was steadfast. That's when pro fauci uttered his famous quote to survive the mob. You had to avoid the courts. This wasn't how things were run instead. Violence was the law of the land. Profonde she didn't want Vena killed. He was family but if he didn't relent. That would be the only way forward. It took some more working over but Avena down. He and Franco settled their deal out of court weeks. Later the problem was federal officials. Had bugged. Evine is office. Every word of his conversation with Prof Archie was heard and some of prophecies comments were used to pin his men on a slew of charges. It was the biggest and most ironic slip up of his career. But he himself ultimately didn't face prosecution he was able to retreat back into the shadows just the way he liked it after a few more years of peacekeeping by the early two thousands prof
Anthony Fauci and two other White House Covid-19 taskforce members to self-quarantine
"To members of the White House. Corona Virus Task Force are self quarantining after being exposed to the corona virus. A third Dr. Anthony. Fauci is starting what's being described as a modified quarantine impure Franko or donas reports. Dr Robert Redfield the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Dr Steven Hahn Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration plan to testify before a Senate committee via video conference instead of in person. The committee chairman Senator. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee said in a statement that the two officials are self quarantining out of an abundance of caution after being exposed to covert nineteen. Senator Alexander issued his statement before Dr Foul. She announced his plan to isolate himself. It's not clear whether or not found he will also appear by Video Conference White House Block Valgy from appearing before a House panel last week
Trainer Richard Baltas on Next Shares' Surprise Win
"Start with next shares before we talk talk about the fun story with Oscar Dominguez but next year's Boy The betting public. They're they're very demanding ending. And I I guess right yeah zinc. I actually had people telling me that they thought the Horse is done. You know and I'm like well I wouldn't be running on the done so You know he does like a little bit of you know. We've got rain that we and he does like thank the term for the little given it and he doesn't like it when it's super hard. You knew it was really hard during the Breeders Cup and you know we're taking a shot there but when he broke out the gate Alaska said he just like he just didn't handle it. He said he was stinging. Just you know from the Turpin so hard so he just kinda got him around there and He came back to work. Really good on the turf and had to good works on the turf and I actually was like stuck with a writer our 'cause Franken worked. Giovanni Franko worked on Chirping. He couldn't get off the D'Amato ours and then they've L. Devia works a monograph and he loved them and just immigrate right through in the real so well and he won he won with really with some authority. And that's the part that I I think was was most impressive. Just looking hadn't won since January And that goes back to the San Gabriel. And you're the you know this is the you're the second you're the second winner from the weekend. That mentioned how hard the turf was up north versus down there and I'm trying to think it was. It might have been Michael was wasn't might've been talked Michael McCarthy. I talked to house talk to Cassie. So yeah well you know. We don't get any rain and it's sunny in hot all the time. And it's like they have air raid it and you have to put water on it and They really gotta stay after the trip so you you know the now. There's nothing better than Mother Nature for anything. I don't I believe so it's true. I heard from a few jockeys I mean. You know it's I think on on the East Coast guys come out here. They write a lot of grass races. Obviously over there so I can a- they'll tell you wow it's really hard today
danah boyd: Researcher, activist, tech scholar
"To the show Dana thanks so I wouldn't of you have such an interesting job and you've had such an interesting career I really would love to understand what about how you got started like were were you were you a techie kid well so it's sort of funny path on how I came into it which is I was a Geeky kid by which that meant I did a lot of mass and I didn't really fit in because I was Kiki up in Pennsylvania outside of major cities and I single mom you know working multiple jobs is trying to make ends meet and my brother who's born very early had a visual issues and so one of the doctors at one point said need work on eye hand coordination there's these things video games as so you she bought him a video game player and I I know that Gordon Intendo is I don't know if that was the first one as we would you know play all of these games and was fine and my brother really got into it and wanted to know how it worked and so he became obsessed with in a reverse engineering all of these different systems he ended up building his own computer and I pretty much ignored him as a big sister does and then he started using the phone line which was just an unforgivable sin and it was making bb sounds and I didn't understand the BBC sounds and one day I marched in to what he was doing it was like what is this and he's like I'm talking to people like what that is crazy and so he showed me using it and it's always the rest is history so I spent my high school years on various fora on us yet building my first website as a homage to Annita Franko on all of her lyrics he's definitely the days of lyrics sites and I went to college I I went to this amazing program called Pennsylvania Governor School mom which took smart kids around Pennsylvania and sent them to Carnegie Mellon the summer and I was way over my head because I did not have the education that most of those folks had and I felt very unqualified to be there but I learned a lot and it was also where I was exposed to what elite universities could look like and would made you what made you persist there because I think it's not actually an uncommon thing for folks to have their first exposure to like very highly level computer science or mathematics or science education seem like really intimidating and overwhelming and like your first assumption is like oh I am the unusual Wohl thing in this situation and like some people give up because his heart and intimidating and some people say nope I'm going to get on top of the us like what made you so for better or worse I always responded to being told I couldn't do something by determination that was gonNA prove wrong this got me kicked out of elementary school in the fourth grade where I staged a protest against my teachers inability to teach and made everybody signs to have them walk in circles that did not go over well and so even when I went to governor's school in the only reason I applaud Reid was that this boy in my class told me that it was a program for men it was not for girls and I was like I'm going to go it's very simple and in that kept happening where when people told me I didn't belong I just became determined to stay and that fire in that fight has done well but it's also it's also costly and I think that tension to me is where things get difficult I mean my freshman year of college I went to college where'd you go Brown University which I knew nothing about except that they didn't have grades mom kind of startling to think about at this point in my life and I was assigned on the first day a supervisor Ah you know somebody to mentor me and I got this piece of paper and it said Andy Van dam gave his office as like all right I don't know who you are had no idea who he was and so I- marched into his office I it was the door was open so I just walked in and he looked up from his Eskimos who the hell are you yeah I'm like it says I'm your student and I need advice and he's like why are you in my office I was like hello and from that and I mean Andy me under the wing and Andy was such a key mentor and in that way where you know obviously it was a different era there was my my way of speaking was very much street language very much working class street language and so it was a period of time he decided he was going to teach me to speak like an adult and you would just hit me upside the head every something wholly inappropriate again looks a little different you know saying it now but it was such a lovely such care and my freshman year in college a group of people I assumed to be group accessed the computer and that computer was a UNIX machine and came which is basically the period get peace which would tell you which user was world writable and so somebody sat and turned it into you know the admin position and then went into my account and hacked all of my emails all my correspondences which included a ton of conversations about out grappling with sexual abuse grappling with You know a mess that I was in with my family all this stuff and they posted it to an anonymous server gene Lord this is nineteen ninety seven and like why other than they were asshole stat year there was a whole group of us who were women and we were regularly told didn't belong and it was oh was it hard and I was I was act and you know Andy had Jack and Andy like prosecutors figure out who is investigating prosecute and what I learned was that it was again laws were different time for every may email stolen was a coup into a male stolen was thirty years and I was like no matter how horrible this is that's not the punitive result that I want from this and so I spend a lot of time trying to figure out how I would position myself with in computer science to be like I'm staying I'm not going going away and it was hard slog and I mean Kevin the number of stories I can tell you of people trying to get me out right like I remember applying for a job at silicon graphics SGI and I remember this interview with Sky who was like oh I thought they managed to get you out by now and I was like what this was alumni of brown and I remember you know applying for a job at Disney when I was at siggraph and walking up to this recruiter and saying what I wanted internship and he's like well we don't have internships artists I'm like Mama computer scientists and like mature girl right and it was like constant story and I was just Doug my feet in and I became determined so much so to be honest that I stopped realizing what I liked about computer science and what I didn't and I was just so determined to do computer science because people told me I couldn't that I wasn't willing to look at the broader You know field if you will I mean I graduated Brown with a few classes that weren't computer science or math because you can't at Brown and it took me many more years to be like actually what I love about computing is not just doing software development I like thinking about how these systems are built gently how they fit into broader social issues what took me a long time and it was really about Andy that made me go back I dropped out of my PhD program so I went back and Andy introduced me to basically work with anthropologist and it was like I knew nothing about it was like what how does this relate at all and it was just this moment of like Oh studying peoples and cultures and practices could give me a different way into it all
Jon White, Jeremy Plonk
"The John White Theme Good Morning Good Morning Steve What that song reminds me that after the holiday week of racing insane the need the last two yesterday one of the things I have to do today is change order boxes so it we did have holiday raising I really haven't talked much about yesterday of course the colon for McLaughlin and the Knickerbocker I needed did not have steak action but on Saturday and the staff the CAL distaff just grazed me Nick Alexander there is again can't say no and Giovanni Franko for Phil D'Amato and then Likud won the Nokia on Sunday Peter Miller do but really I think honestly the most important performance of the weekend it's Anthony's gotta be honore p very impressed of wind and of course anytime I see on spring of Hollywood story I immediately think Hollywood story in the U. R. and looks like Hollywood story multiple grade one winner has produced a very nice two year old here orig- alling by honor code a grandson of Eight the and the and boy you know I was extremely impressed with that debuted run sprinting boy you could just really see the tip of the iceberg there and they took their time with him didn't rush him back off and stretched out which it looked like was is GonNa be something that he would really like and I was really impressed by the fact that in his debut he was so far back early this time he came out of that gate and came out very nicely very professionally really and it looked heading into that clubhouse turn Smith really would've preferred not to even beyond the lead but he couldn't help but that honor ap just wasn't like he was dragging in there or anything but Smith wasn't going to restrain them to take after lead and for him to come home as nicely as he did I mean he just drew off so beautifully in the lane and gets a ninety one so he goes from a seventy-seven debut to a ninety one Steve Anderson and the racing form does such a good job Reporting that I once did here in southern California for the D. R. F. He pointed out that that was the fastest time twelve racers at the meeting one mile on the main track so far as ours the Rod Time One thirty seven point ninety four so you had mentioned text immediately after the race you thought would the Los Alamos dirty make cents Steve Anderson also reported that that that is exactly a race that they are contemplating for honor AP and they did say no Breeders Cup for AP so they are thinking of the Los Alameda teary just seemed to fit wonderfully from a timing standpoint and they're racist really been so good through the years as a springboard into three year old campaign so it looks like really bright future here for trainer John Sheriff as one of the best trainers I've ever been around and it looks like he's going to be really primed on the Derby trail here with honor. AP Well we talked last week to John and I I've actually I'm kind of glad that we connected weeks after my initial I think it was in September at the end the Dell Mark I reached out to John a couple of times and we just didn't connect and and so then then that morning last week these he responded he said sorry okay all right if you insist and who is tremendous and he's he's you know it's funny there's there's there's so many of the horsemen visits that always seem to resonate and John's a on that front shug how about Barclay tag last week too me Barkley I thought was really informative and insightful ban that was just fantastic and another you know to me positive sign coming away from this Andre p performance you know that was pretty highly regarded race and terms of prospects there's magician finished second for Richard Mandella and you look at it and say well yeah he got his clock cleaned getting beat by a little over five lengths batismal suggestion was over ten lengths in front of the third place finisher night race and as I say it was not considered a week race going into it so it's just further evidence Inste- to me that what we very well are dealing with here with this honor Api just he he's he's the kind the two year old to me that it's just so exciting yeah now this is what this is what we're after a you know once the summer and they start to they start to parade through we get to this juncture and it starts to get you know starts to get interesting we from standpoint John I I one other thing I think I I'll slip any or as I look at yesterday's results the the natural the hat trick for Doug O.`Neil yesterday the fifth sixth and seventh race and for those that heard me last week I think on Friday I'll just keep reiterating that Doug O'Neil deserves the absolute two hundred percent support and appreciation of the industry a he more than any one individual from a from within the industry has been leading this you know these these proactive don't WanNa call them protests so much as considerations and rallies before big days at at del Mar and at Santa Anita and With the help of Oscar dilatory I I cannot congratulate and and voice enough support for what got is is doing and so for him to be rewarded On the Karma Front as as hammer famously refers uh-huh King and the Good Karma swinging around the Doug Right now also got a mention it looks like a step forward it a for a three year old Samantha Segel's Quality Road Philly that was bred by Martha Mohammed that's Road Ranger looking for sure in that race and you mentioned neil you know he's always been such a terrific ambassador for our game honestly you know you think of the controversy that was involved back in the day without having another in he handled all that I thought extremely well heading to the Belmont and Gee what a disappoint many and I really think I'll have another I had a fee after the Kentucky Derby I bet on him to win the Belmont stakes in a proposition in Vegas where they say will there be a triple crown winner yes or no and this was before the preakness but it was after the Derby and he was such a low lightly regarded horse he in fact he of course wasn't even the favourite in the preakness boaty meister was and then headed to the Belmont was the most lying favorite union rags who won the race but considering the final time and so forth I just really feel if I'll have another had had his chance if he would have won the Belmont but well never know that but like I say such a disappointment and both Doug O'Neill and already handled that with such class and You know I remember being up at Emerald downs in the early two thousands for the lawmakers Mile Pacific Northwest West major race and I was there to do the the Fox North West Telecast along with Joe with the and and others and I remember that Doug O'Neill was sending up a horse from southern California for the race by the name of Scott Hi Jack had actually he won the race broke the track record and Doug O'Neill actually gave me the two French shoes that skyjacked war in that race and but I remember the people at Emerald the in the publicity department especially saying do you know this Doug O'Neill from southern California said well yes of course I do they said what kind of guy is he I said believe me by the time he leaves here are you everyone here at Emerald will love this guy
"franko" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"They're virtually <hes> there about ten of them are in the philippines. Another ten are in mexico okay yeah and the reason reason why i guess let him off fifty fifty we actually started with the philippines once and they rally always spend trained to bring the stress lease so we decided to keep them because you know brought in a lot of <hes> great meals to acquisitions team by the k._p._i.'s how we track yeah so that's why we decided to keep him because their quality but they did take some time to find those <hes> right ones. So what do you guys vis a vis. The <hes> there fire the philippines ones are <hes> thereby like <hes> five six dollars an hour and in mexico wonder those are about lake wanna say <hes> eight seven a little pricier charges a little bit more or yeah a little bit more in the <hes> the the mexican special. They're willing yeah. They're really trained. Their english is good. They're they're solid. I mean we can go to work and find people that charge like three dollars four dollars but he don't wanna go with that. Yeah you gotta you gotta pay for talent. Yeah okay and then your acquisition guy so they're they're. They're hitting the leads that have been warmed up by the cole collar or i would imagine by some you're texting and whatever would you you pay your guys for closing. These you know warm leads versus calling themselves on the that. Was this guy yeah. We pay them a they. They have base salary plus commission. Some percent of the commission yeah okay and then divas activated the answer to this but you guys do anything special disposition side that says he has a part versus. You know the average person trying to discipline themselves. I would say the building. Relationships are really crucial. You can't just shoot out of a property address text. I receive texts all the time asked me. Do i know these guys. I don't companies come come up every month new companies and i really never received a call from them and they just hey. I see that you this and this and it just again a it. It's relationships relationships relationships what i liked. <hes> one thousand years is office was you got your v._a. Creating flyers and you guys are basically harassing all the realtors in the area something like that to the correct one the guys who do cash transactions best what i thought that was great right. You gotta properties like this guy's bought. It's got a buyer in his ad somewhere. A producer sent him these fires so i don't see a lot of wholesalers sending me fliers properties are marketed. Ah that are any kind of quality you get. We all get our the mail chimp constant contact nelson why because this is the laziest thing to do yeah plastics plastics blasts females like someone's going to buy shot it out right got to go on n._b._a. I love the fact that you guys are are are creating the flyers emailing to them <hes> and then calling to let them know that is a property available yeah and the ones that say they you know they don't wanna property. Tell you're saying no to money that it could make all right so let's see there was a question here earlier. <hes> questions guys questions wong watson. No what are your top three leaderless to hit list <hes> bacon stay owners <hes> tax tax default and high equity <hes> absentee yeah <hes> so talking about the tax.
The logistical mess of trying to clean up Youtube
"On today's daily charged supercharged edition diving on youtube score problems with its creators and how unionizing may or may not really be the answer uh-huh so is actually kind of quiet today and i'm wondering if that's actually something algorithm at play. Perhaps the fact that the topic of the show joe is kind of bashing youtube youtube is somewhat burying us sure. I'm not a conspiracy theorist but <hes> well this unfair. I know this is one of the things because everything is transparent. It's opaque with with youtube. We don't know if the reason that there aren't very many people there are fewer people will the normal that would be in our livestream. We don't know if that's because people are just not interested. We don't know for getting albert. Mic lee depressed or suppress. These are the kind of things that small to medium youtube youtube channels wanna know and they aren't getting at that's why they're making these pushes. Okay bye does youtube. Oh the anything that's that's the thing they are creating a video for the platform in a lot of cases. What is it one of one of the folks that you you interviewed said that <hes> <hes> they create suffer facebook and twitter as well facebook and twitter do not send them a check youtube sends them check so beyond that does is it necessary for them to have have more of a relationship <hes>. It seems at least at this point youtube doesn't seem to think so by the union is arguing for changes <hes> you you know having a human on the other side actually explained things on its face. It seems to make a lot of sense but how many of those employees are actually going to have to exist to be able to explain things in the same time you get into a lot of nuance in a lot of nitty gritty <hes> and you might have to explain certain things about <hes> the algorithm gerrad them and how to actually operates. I can really just see how youtube would have a big problem trying to explain some of those things especially through a human operator right well this situation right now. The the question is does youtube. Oh them anything. It's both yes and no it depends on how you look. At what is the backbone phone of youtube like what's youtube would be nothing without content creators willingly uploading their content. If all of the small to medium ones disappeared and went to another platform that would mean youtube still have tons of us but it wouldn't have the diversity of community that it has house because part of the thing that makes youtube youtube is not just pudi pies there. It's that you can also watch composting educational videos which is all the the great thing about youtube and the bad thing about you. There's so much content. It's almost impossible for them to handle what they've created at the scale and i'm includes youtubers demand so what youtube saying is that it's gotten to the point where you need to address user safety. You adjust brand safety for advertisers. You've put those on the front burner but you aren't putting us on the front burner. We're gonna make thank you at least address. The address a possibility that you'll take our needs as seriously as those are certainly curious to see how things move forward the l._g._b._t._q. T. q. plus lawsuit because not having watched any of that content. I am certainly wondering why that would get demonetized just or they are. That's why they're doing. They don't know they feel like it must be something like their claim is that there's no other explanation that is just discrimination that it's a gay thing as a as they have been told by somebody at the company when they're on like a service call okay wow that is certainly unfortunate and sounds like it merits a lawsuit so we'll see what happens. Obviously i think i actually don't know what they've said what their actual statement on the suit is <hes>. I'll pull it up because in fairness. We should say how google has responded so far. They haven't had an official legal response. I haven't filed anything yet <hes> but as brian launch you give us some questions and i'll make sure that we get that up so we can give their side well update. We have been democratized. I'm shocked. I'm looking at it right now like it was because of the bleeping or do you think it's because of other other just no way that their algorithm works so fast that it caught the bleeps and besides there bleeps that's the point reyes is because because we tag the show with fair tube against whatever it's it's a new show whatever but i think that the issue here is this is the kind of thing that frustrates a lot of youtubers that are on the aren't on the scale of a p._d. Pie or your brothers or even or even to find brothers which is smaller. It's like one fifth the size of that you know right. We just don't know why it is important to mention that. Obviously we started a new channel and we have under five hundred subscribers subscribers at this point but this is not our <hes> this is this is not how we're paying the bills like were seen at employee and we don't get paid whether other youtube sends us money or not like that doesn't end up in our bank accounts which gives us the opportunity to talk about whatever the hell it is that we want to talk about whether the were demonetized for the a day or night <hes> but it is interesting how quickly i'm glad you brought that up ben <hes> but the point hand is not about the money this this is clearly headhunting on youtube part and that's a form of censorship. I didn't even know the term. Censorship is it's. It's a squishy term because censorship serbia some people would say it's a private plot for it's a privately owned company <hes>. It's not a government utility. It's not like you have a right to free speech on youtube they ah within their rights to to to algorithm mickley not recommend or or depress anything that they want <hes> what their stated stated premise is that it's here to be an open forum to the extent that that's safe you bring up a great point as far as whether people have first amendment rights on major platforms. That's an argument argument legally. They don't that's an argument. That's currently being considered at least as <hes> we start to discuss the potential break-up of big tax or talking talking about facebook google amazon and help me out here. It's not microsoft. Never mind the big guam all the big ones so it's one of the arguments especially as it relates to youtube and facebook as you know. Have they become so big that <hes> some people do have some level first amendment rights to say whatever it is that they want to say on those platforms and when they do become demonetized or deep platforms or whatever you wanna call it some sort of legal argument against that that goes back to the lawsuit that we were discussing previously i would also say though that <hes> that legal argument at least in terms of optics i think would have been stronger than make like four years ago or three years ago. I feel like since we've entered through this era where we are so much more skeptical of these gigantic platforms not in terms of save us having speech but of the fact that they allow too much free speech <hes> there's been so much backlash against you know objectionable content speech those sorts of things that didn't it wasn't part of the conversation nearly as much three years ago four years ago right. I remembered what the fourth companies it's apple but apple is treated the same way ought not only that but like a lot of the arguments related to the break-up of big tech related to apple have a lot to do with how they operate their app store where they're both a player and a coach they operate the platform perform and they also have apps on the player and a coach in a rough actually yes. They're all there every more like a player in a referee right yeah exactly they run the platform perform and they're also on the platform and therefore there are a lot of <hes> considerations as far as whether they are appropriately running things in a fair way for everybody. That's involved in that system right so but yet they're certainly from from my perspective. They seem to be getting way less heat as it relates to this than i facebook facebook seems to be the one. That's getting the most attention but i feel like youtube. There's a lot of free speech consideration there too and that's why you know this is an interesting conversation to discuss as far as what this union is hoping to get out of those and you know the fact that youtube facebook youtube the entire collection of companies is facing so much pressure on so many fronts. That's another reason why i feel like creators like those that are represented by this union. <hes> feel like they're not getting their voices heard because there there's not a backlash of people they'll be a backlash over objectional content being served the kids on youtube kids being exploited on you to be a backlash against hate speech on youtube to a certain certain extent depending on what kind of speech it is <hes>. There's not really a backlash for people that feel like they're being unfairly democratized or not getting the due conversation from the fat from that as well. That's one interesting argument that you mentioned is is that in your story it was it was kind of like a one of one of the more cynical arguments about the union was are these smaller medium sized players frustrated that they're not bigger that they aren't some of the more successful players because like hey if you were if you were good at this. Maybe you'd be bigger and you wouldn't can have to complain so much. I mean like a pretty tough thing to say to somebody but at the same time when you're talking about unionization starting to bash the platform so you can see that there could be that kind of backlash to yeah and you know i think that so hank green and i talked about this in my story about how there's just. It's a lotta things at play here. The reasons why big youtubers wouldn't be responding. They don't want to bite the hand the feeds them they have a stake in not rocking the boat and also so there is an element of not only like if you were just complaining because you're channels not big enough in the point that he made is that yeah there's a strain of that maybe in some very large youtubers thinking partly because those big youtubers notice sacrifices they've had to make in order to stay as big as they are but i think most being youtubers understand that lottery who gets to be gigantic you it's table stakes that you have to work hard for it and commit your life to it in order for you to become gigantically stratospheric successful on youtube but some of those just look and they didn't get as lucky as me also hang hang space point. Is that sorry. Sorry just didn't hit the lottery and like i. They should have picked different number. Why aren't you smarter thanks. It's true that there's that vein possibly in some large thinking but it's also important that they realized that that's not the only thing going on here that there are some legitimate concerns for these small to medium size is a great point though i really i really appreciate that argument because it's you know there are a lot of things that really involve involve luck and when you look at kind of the opacity of the youtube algorithm along with a lot of other algorithms exist online. That's an addition. You're layering on top top of that just like the life lottery of you know. know. It was your timing right did you did you hit the right audience that kind of stuff too so those those two elements can can obviously obviously bake in a lot of uncertainty as far as whether you know you're you're a huge channel or not for the guy. That's really pushing the this union. I wouldn't have expected somebody eh builds. I dunno souped-up. Slingshots have two million viewers two million subscribers so at least to me. That sounds like a lie. I don't know maybe people alive alive and even less than that is it just depends on you know if you're trying to make it your livelihood you know people who write about educational occasional topics have a lot less trouble with the monetization they can have a channel with fewer videos and fury subscribers fewer views because maybe like two thirds of what they're writing about doesn't get democratized where like if you were say a news channel that talks about controversial topics sometimes like build a franko go or if you're transgender youtube earn you're talking about sexuality on a regular basis which also has tendency to bump up against what seems to be the unclarified criteria about what is okay and what is not okay so. I'm glad you brought up filled franko because i knew something what happened with filter franko like a couple years ago speaking out about youtube right so can can you remind me a bit about this because there was a case as where a major youtuber was speaking out about concerns with the platform right so that was the hashtag youtube is over party that so philly maybe if i remember right like going back into my my files if i remember right the reason for that that was a particular it was a demo basically democratization issue and i believe what happened at that point was <hes> youtube was making what should have been a very small mall tweak. I think what they were doing is they. Were trying to be more transparent with youtube creators in that previously. I don't think that there was a easy way to see in one place which of your videos were demonetized and so they wanted to be more transparent and create a way for you to see which ones were demonetized. The effect of that was that people realize oh. All of these videos are demonetized and so some people thought that they had been like all in one fell swoop on all of a sudden <hes> and that happened to filter franko. I can't remember the specifics if he actually noticed that he obviously he and his team keep very close. Run a tight ship and keep close watch on their channel. I can't remember if they actually noticed instances of like one day. They had so many videos radio's democratizing the next day. It was a lot more or if it was a combination of like they just realized more more. I'm not sure how it actually but it goes to the point of opacity casati passing so how how large influential youtuber can get the conversation going 'cause the hash tag youtube over party was trending on twitter all day <hes> <hes> that hasn't happened with with this thing but there hasn't been like a crystallizing moments and make people feel outraged enough to rally their supporters to work for this collective unified costs
US sanctions Maduro's son as it raises pressure on Venezuela
"The united states is imposing more sanctions on the inner circle events waylon president nicolas maduro n._p._r.'s franko or donas reports on the latest action taken against my lose sun the trump administration is continuing to ratchet up pressure on the madero government the new sanctions imposed against his son nicholas maduro gera are just the latest effort to unseat the socialist government and reinsert democratic leadership treasury secretary steven mnuchin said madero relies on his son also known as nicholas seato to quote maintain a stranglehold on the economy and suppressed the people of venezuela venezuela's home to some of the world's largest oil reserves yet the south american nation has fallen into a life threatening economic and humanitarian crisis that has contributed to more than three million people
Metsâ€™ Mickey Callaway Apologizes for a Confrontation
"Saying, go to that, if you want my account of things, and then the Mets go out and try to do the right thing. But it doesn't work out. Is Mickey s to go out there twice? And then, of course, reports now that Brody van wagon is calling the dugout to speak to people to relate messages to Mickey Callaway to make in game decisions specifically removing Jacob degrom from the game that time he had the hip cramp, if you remember that from a couple of weeks ago, the Yankees continue to roll, however and Jerry's going to have all that stuff right now in his update. Good morning Jerry has it gone morning. Brought to you by Warner. Brothers way systems, long island's number one choice for your waste collection and recycling needs. Visit win. B R O, S dot com. We'll take it. We'll do the game first and then we'll get to all the off the field stuff. And yes, we will get to the ANC who are a machine right now. Phillies Mets game goes back and forth at this point, we pick it up with the Mets in front by a run. And Michael Franko at the plate Edwards where he wants it, so Matt's. Can't throw him a cookie here. The pitch swigging at eight drives it deep centerfield back goes photo. It's gone. He got a cookie chewed every last bit of it up. And it sure did how he rose. Hi. I'm Howie rose eighty high. Howie Franco, the home run there. Jay Bruce within highlight of four run sixth inning. That broke the game wide open with a two run Homer. Phillies beat the Mets thirteen to seven Scott Kingery, and gene cigarroa combined seven for twelve in the one to spot in the batting order. Always good. Not good though, for Stephen Matt. See suffered the loss. Seven runs on tenants over just four and a third for Mickey Callaway. It was a tough one. You know, he just leaving the ball up couldn't consistently get ahead. And when he tried to execute a pitch just kind of left it up and they, they swing the basketball, you he did. Here's Matt's pretty much agreeing with the assessment just had hit the ball up in his own today, and then made me pay. Sure did Todd Frazier who had himself a decent homered in this game. Also drove in a run earlier, as well as need to move on to keep trying. I mean we put for I five six innings and couldn't muster over w along with Frazier. Mike Penn came in pounders got pounded. Yeah. I. Get rid of that guy to men, just I'm sorry. Brooks. Pounders yes. Only just got here. Yeah. You know, I think it's I is first time out for Matt. He threw behind the batter. I think in Chicago, I it's been
Toronto Raptors win Game 1 of NBA Finals
"We begin with last night's storage NBA finals game. One win by the raptors in Toronto over the two-time champs you have to start with PASCAL Siaka miraculously made fourteen of seventeen shots and was the best player on the floor for either team besting Steph curry, and the dubs the warriors weren't as much rusty as it were simply smothered defensively by raptors team, which is now won five straight playoff games. Toronto also shot fifty percent Franko confidence to the raptors be after game one. I think there should be very confident. And I know Michael, we're not supposed to overreact to one game. But guess what? I'm going to do. I'm going to overreact to one game because the words are banged up. You mentioned the raptors having won five straight. They wanna game where Hawaii was five fourteen. It's his worse shooting game since February. And now you're getting contributions from guys like Pasco Siaka Fred been fleet guys weren't doing much their confidence has been raised ever since that win against Philadelphia. Game seven Toronto been a different team. Why shouldn't they have a lot of confidence, especially with homecourt advantage year? Frank, I'm with you. They should have a lot of confidence. They had to win that game last night. And there were a couple of moments as you know, you're sitting there, like I was where look like Golden State was about to go on one of those third quarter runs or maybe early fourth they got within a couple and they couldn't every time Toronto found plays. And you mentioned Kyle Lowry and they did not have spectacular games. But there was so much support starting with Siaka. But that defense Frank. I want to go back to that curry and Thomson. I mean they have bad games but one thirty five shots between the two of those guys not gonna get it for now. We don't know what Andre dollars situation as you mentioned being banged up, and they're going to have to get more. I don't know how you ask for more than a triple double for Draymond green, but they're probably going to have to ask more, so but I think Golden State is going to be ready or I said that last night, they're going to be in a better position to. React that smother defense in game two than they weren't game
"franko" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"To really understand the guys in the clubhouse and make that a family every guy on the same rope every single day and really becoming that. And I think this. Innovation us can be very successful for a long time. But it's going to take some time. It's going to take some time for guys to get going and understand you know, how to win and what it takes to win and the long haul of one sixty two season, plus possibly, you know, twenty one games in the playoffs. So, you know, I think this organization has gone through that I think this organization has been able to do that in years past. And I know that a lot of guys wanna be able to fill that now. So I'm excited to be part of that group and go into this clubhouse and just be part of this, gene. Let's go over here too. Bryce maverick from the Philadelphia, Inquirer two things. Number three. Significance to you. And then you've hit as well in Philly as almost anybody that's ever played in that ballpark. How much did did that influence your decision to come to Philly? Have you been able to imagine what you could do there in eighty one home games here? Yeah. Of course, I work thirty four. But I thought ROY holidays should be the last one to wear you know, he's somebody in this game that is greater than a lotta guys that ever played hall of Famer somebody that play the game. The right way was a great person in one was one of the nicest people I've ever met. Play across remain in two thousand twelve. So, you know, for me, it's it's ROY holiday. He's thirty four. What represents that number in Philly? And you know, when you go in there, you see his name on that flagpole and centerfield and. You know, it's something that he should be remembered for mckell Franko seven and he's a teammate of mine. You know, he's somebody that I didn't want to ask for the number NFL right doing that. I don't know if that has any significant STAN.
US Consumer Confidence Rebounds Much More Than Expected
"Consumer confidence is on the rise. Here's more from USA radio networks. Chris Barnes, the Conference Board's consumer confidence index increased in February two one hundred thirty one point four up from a reading of one hundred twenty one point seven in January consumer confidence rebounding in February after three months of consecutive declines, according to win Franko, the senior director of economic indicators at the board. He says in a statement, quote, the present situation index improved as consumers continue to view both business and labor market conditions favorably
Pope calls for 'concrete measures' as summit on clergy sexual abuse begins
"Pope Francis has issued Twenty-one proposals to stop clergy sexual abuse. At the start of a four-day summit at the Vatican CBS is to be a castle Franko reports from Rome prayers and the video tests Sinisa five an identified sex-abuse survivors from different continents impact this summit archbishop Charles she cleaner the Vatican. Stop investigator on abuse in order to understand the gravity of the situation. You need to listen to victims meet the. Got is sacred ground for the hands. Zona president of the center for the protection of minors said the test these were brutal honest and nothing with
Rob, Britney And Hockey discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Native of Winnipeg since two thousand nine he has trained one hundred fourteen winners, but how about this through the first forty four days of two thousand nineteen he has sent out ten starters resulting in six wins and two second place finishes think about that eighty percent first or second this year, the moral of the story do not leave his horses out of your exact is if you're betting the races in New York this winter he is rob actress and he is with us now on trainer talk presented by phasing. Tipton? Rob welcome to the show. Hey, guys. How you doing? Thanks for having me. Yeah. Doing great eighty percent. I or secret first or second. Let's get this out right now. What's the secret? My friend. I don't think there's any secret. I I think I think I fell into a fortunate situation picked up some decent horses. We put them all in, you know, very logical spot, and I got I had Manny Franko in junior Alvarado or riding lights out. They they wrote all the winners, and they wrote them great. And I think that's that's pretty much, you know, putting them in the right spot and getting fortunate trips in great rides. We have something to do with the semblance your team. I mean, you're of course at the center, but you know, you've got the right jockeys riding. I'm sure you're your staff is great. I know your wife helps you out. It's it's nice when everything falls together like that. But it's not really accidental you had to have a big say in that outcome. Yeah. No for sure, you know, when I first started the January first is when I took over the remaining horses that were left here. I had I had two guys that I've been working with for two years Braulio Fernandez and Rafael to go work with me for all. There was a writer and Rafael with my form end with Robert Keno for three years, they stayed with me, you know. So is nothing new to them. And nothing new to me, you know, working with them. And we kinda you know, we had the same kind of system. We we knew what to do. And and then, you know, obviously, my my wife Britney works with me. And she says she does pretty much everything she she rides the she thinks care the helps. Groom just you know, we all kind of worked together as a team. And so far it's been working. Yeah. Rubber Tino Diadora. You mentioned rubber Tino. He was on this program a couple years back and he much like you a native of Canada and somebody's head a lot. Of success training in his career. And now you talked about taking over the horses that he left when I guess he went to Oakland this winter. Right. So you took over for him and your your training at aquit full-time. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. Actually, I I remember that show. I was Remington parking time. I remember listening to the show when he was on with you guys. He was a pretty good hockey player. If I recall from that interview is that right? Yeah. I didn't you know, we're from different parking Canada. But far as I know he was he had to make a choice between playing hockey and then bringing horses, you know, he apparently was a real good goaltender. I guess you weren't a hockey player. Actually, I I was and we're okay. I think I made it up to. Yeah.
Poland shuts down 13 escape rooms after 5 teens killed in fire
"Revealing a number of safety flaws and needed to be immune. Mmediately fixed escape room games are locked rooms. Where players must solve puzzles and find clues then lead them to a key to be able to get out. A Newton man is arrested after state police say he assaulted an eighty six year old cabdriver during a road rage incident near Logan airport incident happened around nine AM Friday near the intersection of Jeffrey's road at transportation way here in Boston. According to a thirty sixty six year old nNcholas Franko was driving a twenty sixteen Mercedes when he cut off and pulled in front of a taxi that was stopped at a traffic light on harborside drive Franko. Thank God out of his car and walked over to the cap to confront the cabdriver
Winter storm turns deadly as snow and ice cause accidents in Oklahoma
"A major winter storm has swept through the south with four people reported dead snow and ice also causing major accidents along roadways CBS news correspondents O'Meara via Franko, Tracy Terrel with the Oklahoma department of transportation. Says his crew started spreading salt on the roads on New Year's day in preparation for the storm. How quick do the conditions change? If somebody things I already job that rid of okay? In the beginning of storms spotty showers. They can change pretty quickly within a half a
"franko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Matters. The room was silent. Was that Franco said who spoke just now the Webster? Peterson said it spoke. They all looked at the web. What say say, it's a jested. We talk about other things. Franko walked the web. He went all around it examining memory side. Then he came back over his, man. I wonder if there's a native inside it. He said thoughtfully, maybe we should open it up and have a look. Oh, goodness. The web cried is that all you people can think of killing and cutting Franko Clintons vis come out of there wherever you are come out nothing stirred the minster together their faces blank staring at the web the web switched its tail it belched. Suddenly, I beg your pardon. The web said. I don't think there's anyone in their Jones said in a low voice, they all that each other. The cook came in you wanted me, captain, he said, what's this thing? This is a web Franko said it's to be eaten will you measure it and figure it out. I think we should have a talk the web said I'd like to discuss this with you, captain if I might I can see that you, and I do not agree on some basic issues. The captain and took a long time to answer the web waited good naturedly licking the water from his jowls. Come into my office. The captain said it last he turned and walked out of the room the web rose and paddled after him. The men washed it go out. They heard it climbing the stairs. I wonder what the outcome will be the cook said, well, I'll be in the kitchen. Let me know as soon as you hear sure Jones said sure. The world eased itself down in the corner with a sigh, you must forgive me. It said I'm afraid I'm addicted to various forms of relaxation. When one is as large as I the captain nodded impatiently he sat down at his desk and folded his hands. All right. He said, let's get started. You're a web. That.
"franko" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Sent his church face a crisis, the sexual abuse of children by Roman Catholic, priests and other church officials, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro announced that a grand jury concluded three hundred one priest abusers for years while being protected by the church a weaponization of faith investigations by other states in the department of Justice are underway. Vatican spokesman Greg bird. See condemns sexual abuse of mine, which to abused survivors. Like, Sean Dougherty. Didn't mean much more of the same church officials are gone because of the sex abuse scandal and cover a cardinal Theodore McCarrick submitted his resignation to France. This has accepted cardinal Donald world's resignation Sabina castle. Franko in Rome. Condemned the atrocities of child sexual abuse, he described the heart wrenching pain of victims. And acknowledged that the church community did not act in a timely manner. The abuse scandal is sure to make much more news in the new year. The pope called for top bishops to attend a summit at the Vatican in February and Sam Litzinger, CBS news, Glendale heights. Police are expected to have more to say about the shooting and wounding of a man in front of his mother yesterday during a domestic disturbance, call lyndale heights. Police claimed Georgia MIDA was holding two knives and refused to drop them before police shot him in the wind went under a block of Joseph lane. His mother Connie almighty till the daily herald that she called police after. Arguing with her send bitchy claims police escalated, the situation and charter son while he was an armed in crouched on the floor. She says police have been house before and should have known. Her son is appear annoyed schizophrenic with a fear of police a page county..
"franko" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Said Franko. You're listening to nightside with Dan Rae here on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty day seven of the partial government shutdown and Donald Trump President Donald Trump has upped his anti sane promising that he will shut down the border, and do you think he will budge first or do you think the Democrats will blink? We're going to Garrett in Dorchester. Hello garrett. You're on the air. Yes. Good evening Maria. How are you? Well, thanks, Marie Garrett. Oh, I'm sorry. Right. Oh, okay. I probably. So my positions number one. I do not support the government shutdown, and the main reason I'd also well reason support it because I think it could have been avoided if our congress, and our president would have put the needs of the everyday working people I could have worked this out. That's just my opinion. And then number two about the wall. How could I say this the wall may be necessary at certain portions about border a blanket ball through the whole southern border. I think is is fool's gold. I think. And I think I've heard you talk about this before that, you know, forty percents a half of the illegal immigrants that end up staying in our country came here legally and overstayed their visas. We I don't I don't care. I'll president or even congress talking about that aspect of dealing with immigration so much as you know, the wall or nothing, I think that's the wrong stamps to have. And. Thoughts on those two areas. It's career. It's correct in. I is is what I've always said is that you're not like when people are envisioning a wall, a solid wall across every area. I mean, there are some places in coyotes and smugglers found, you know, we'll get through even some of the roughest terrain. But there are areas that are impassable. And so if if the nature of the natural barrier is solid impenetrable. Then of course, you're not going to put a wall there, and like you said in strategic areas in in that is certainly more than what we have now. And so, you know, somewhere between thousands of miles across and seven hundred miles is your solution. And of course, than dealing with the main thing, and I have said it over and over again until I'm literally blue in the face is that you have to start jailing employers who use illegal labour, it's really just. That's true. Oh, I think I think to make the wall to have the position of the wallet nothing is a little disingenuous. And there's a way that there could be you know, we could deal with all aspects of the illegal immigration, and if our president and congress would just give a little on their stances. I think something can happen that we'll be positive for a nation. And and the people who want to immigrate to to the US, sure. And then help mean the shutdown the shorter the better, so because they had the turning people like, you know, and our country Americans..
Mount Etna-linked quake sends villagers fleeing
"Eight magnitude quake early this morning linked to an ongoing eruption of Italy's Mount Etna in Sicily damage, some rural homes who've been some cracks in the highway and caused like injuries to ten people. Scared villagers fled their homes, many spent the night in the streets and eighty year old man was extracted from the rubble of the house. The epicenter was located north of Catania and was only half a mile deep Sabina castle. Franko CBS news ram.
"franko" Discussed on KCBS All News
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"franko" Discussed on Accelerate!
"Yeah. It's time to accelerate. Hey, friends. This is Andy walk up. So at six hundred eighty six of accelerated the sales podcast of record fun show lined up free today. Joining me as my guest is Amy Franko, Amy as sales leadership keynote speaker and author of the new book, titled the modern cellar cell more an increase your impact in the new sales economy. Not today. We're gonna focusing in part on sales enablement now sales enablement is one of the areas of sales that is deservedly getting much more attention after all it's about what are you doing as a company to enable your sellers at a put yourself in a position to win more frequently so one of the topics that aiming are going to explore include how to build sustainable sales enablement in any organization, why that process needs to start at the very top boy need to get senior management CEO buying even build a case a business case for sales and how to do that. I mean, Amy is written about this. I think it's really interesting that you have to build a case a business case for sales -ffective nece, but given the poor returns that many companies have received on their sales training. You can see why this is very important. So you wanna listen in on that are also gonna dig into Amy's new book, the modern seller, and she's gonna share the details about the five key criteria that she's determined that define a modern seller. So lots. Great information here for you today. Now before you Amy share with you. What's happening this week in the sales house?.
Three-quarters of Venice underwater as city hit by worst flooding in decade
"NewsRadio. Venice is no stranger to high tides, but the city's dealing with much more water than usual. Seventy five percent of the city of Venice is underwater g to exceptional high tides strong winds and rainfall authorities were forced to close entrance to Saint Mark's square as water levels, which the four highest ever recorded the waters exceeded even the raise walkways normally used when Venice floods and tourists and residents could be seen wearing high boots and waiting their way through the waters. Sabina? Accustomed franko. CBS news.
"franko" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"Some of my really my very best relationships were with the people inside the organization in sales enablement in operations in fulfillment. I sold a physical product the the sale didn't end when the PO came in the door. That was just the beginning in the way in which I treated those those folks on the inside that may not have client facing responsibility. But but we start. Only work together to make the client happy and to keep the relationship. We can't forget about those relationships in. I've seen more than one salesperson Ron roughshod over internal operations, folks. And they might get something done for the short term. But for the long term, it really hurts them in the end. Absolutely. I totally agree. I've I've watched many a salesperson run over someone. And then funny when they change jobs that new operations person shows up again, and it's like rut row now NYU in the world is small enough. Even in the biggest industries the world is small enough that ultimately you do that enough times and enough organizations human get hired at the next line because you have a reputation for the way that you treat people. Yup. It's not results of the expensive relationships. Let's be clear. It's results with relationships and the stronger, they are often the better the delivery of the product you might still be able to sell it. But if you can't deliver the goods, and I can tell you is when I was a young sales person didn't always do this very, well is I would sometimes be jerky door delivery people. And then the magically things we missed deadlines things didn't happen. And now, I look bad as the sales person because you know, the operations team is like, well, dude, you so that you gotta make sure, you know, it's your process to run, but I mean right on and the idea of, you know, all those three things are so closely linked to your results, your relationship, your reputation. I kind of think of it like a three legged three legged stool, you take one of those things out of there, and you know, the stole kind of falls apart. You really need all three of them in at you said, it's so beautiful. Hopefully, it's the results in the reputation and the relationships you just can't have one without the other the other two I should say. Absolutely. So so let's stay on the social one eighty ca said this is where we unite kind of connected. I and certainly in my opinion is the one that people get wrong the most. So when you say social right to talk defined that what does that really mean when you're talking about it? Yeah. So so I'm going to be the first person to say that I am not a I am not a social selling guru expert. The way that I think about social as I think about social capital, which is actually a phrase rooted in sociology in this idea and social capital's been around for a long time. But I think it's really only made its way into business lexicon or business buzzword, bingo, if you will in the last in the last five ten years, but the idea behind social capital as I like to think of it as the collective value that we build together from our relationships. So the more that we invest in the relationships that we build and modern sellers who believe in social they get this. It is not about a platform. It is about really investing in the relationships that are most meaningful to build where the people that you build those relationships with the work that you do together creates a shared value. So that is how I liked to define social and how I like to define social capital, the more social capital that we build the more opportunity that we have to reach our goals whether their sales goals or other goals, we can reach our goals further faster. And it's just it's more valuable and rewarding because we are doing it with people in in relationships that are high value Asham. I I like that. I think that's that's very interesting that you position in that way. Instead of social being all you have to have seven three today and thirteen linked in connections in all that. Social capital. So that's both the online and offline execution that we can do and the goal is to pour into that Bank account. So that eventually we might need to make withdrawal. Right. That's often though sales conversations like it or not right?.
"franko" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"So so energy retains energy routines. As one that. I will focus on when we're having these conversations with sellers about how to become more holistic. Awesome. You know? I I actually I've started a routine of walking in the morning, and I can find that definitely makes me show. But it also gives my brain chance to refocus yet. And even though I listen to music trauma best now, not to listen to podcasts and audiobooks at least in the morning because my David starts so jumbled if I do so instead, I focused on the music and the scenery and the beauty of the day and really getting centered. So that it can start stronger, and I can tell you the last ninety days have been game changers. For me. My business has gotten better. My brain is felt better. I produced more good stuff in wasted less time. Isn't that amazing? And in that may seem a that may seem like an obvious strategy on the surface. But so many of us aren't doing it and went just that that simple shift in you apply consistently. You're doing every day, which which is the other piece of it. It clears your brain and how to make better decisions throughout your day. And I would encourage anybody to to try that that's one type of energy routine scene where you are getting your energy from and see where you can apple pie that. That's really good one of the other things that I like can that chapter Amy as you talk about shortening are meeting times up by twenty five percent. And interestingly enough if you use Google calendar by default it wants to have a twenty five minute meeting in fifty minute meeting is that of a thirty to sixty which gives her brain time to reset. I mean, do you do this automatically getting any pushback you run over what are some of the challenges with this? Yeah. So so the. One of the pushbacks that I will sometimes here as well. I don't control the meeting time. And there are going to be the situations where you just can't control it, and that you have to figure out what your other boundaries are. Because I'm on. I'm on so many meetings, or I see so many meetings where there is the tendency to put so much in to the time and then ultimately runs over. But for me for all the meetings that I control I will set them. I will set them to like forty five minutes. I will set them to thirty minutes. And then I'm very specific with an agenda, and I will even say to someone you know what? Hey, I have a hard stop at this time. These are the two or three things I wanna make sure I run through and get taken care of. And I just wanna make sure that we're on the same page on. But every meeting I control I really try to say how much time do I really need for this. Because if you said on our firm meeting. Yes, let you will. Absolutely take our in. It's amazing. How many increments of fifteen in thirty. Minutes that we lose that can ultimately add up to two or three hours a day. While. Yeah. Little changes right at two big things if we're disciplined in actually executing those I think, that's that's a really important point that you made there. So as we work to be disciplined, let's shift into one of your other pillars because this is one where I see a lot of non discipline, and that is social coming because that can be total time suck. So first truth be told Amien, I met on the social leader chat. Gosh two or three years ago now. Yeah, we're on there. Talking about kind of the next generation of leader. Which is honestly in many cases, it's the next generation of seller because sales people have to the excuse me the half the lead if sales people aren't leading they're losing. They have to lead their own business. They have to lead the, you know, the team and the process because other people, unfortunately, don't get paid like we do as sales people..
"franko" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"Experienced. So don't be fooled by her young looking nece. She is wicked smart and great experience. And I'm glad she's here. What's up, Amy? Okay, fell that might be the best introduction. My my my young nece to go to go with all of my experience. You know? I mean, truly when I think about you. I'm like my goodness gracious. I mean, you have such like a young face in such a young heart. I just love the fact that you have the experience to go with that in a match that up with some awesome energy, though. So thank you so much for being here today. Oh, my friend. I have been so looking forward to this conversation. So it's it's always good to be with you. So so you've got this book coming out really soon called the modern cellar, which I'm super duper excited about so first let's back up your experienced, though goes well beyond the fact that you're smart and can write a book so talk to us about what your first sales job was in. How you that started selling? Well, yes. So so I can now divide my career into two decades. So maybe a little bit scary. But but the for the first decade of my career was really in technology and in business developments. I got my start in. Not and in sales. My very first job out of college was working for a a computer reseller called micro center, and a very very first job out of college that progressed into working to companies like IBM and Lenovo where I was responsible for sales. Territories. I I sold the ultimate commodity is sold PC's, laptops, and tablets before tablets were cool. Cool. Yeah..
"franko" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So this question is from Cameron. I just listened to episode twelve eighty two and was intrigued by such the opposite of what wrestling did with pitch tipping instead of talking about apparently invisible. Pitch tipping. What if teams kept mum about intentionally obvious pitch tipping could a team like the Red Sox who had very little in September for which to play tell their pitching staff to start obviously tipping their pitches. And then would it have a meaningful affect come Kober if they stopped tipping their pitches. Would it be more helpful to return to one's normal pitching motion or to continue with the various pitch tipping, motions decoupled from their corresponding pitch types could a team use an intentionally obvious pitch tipping reliever in MAPA situations all season and then use him for high livered situations in the postseason to catch opponents by surprise when he no longer tips pitches. I. Okay. This is clever, but also it would make if it were to help you, and maybe it would help you. But if it were to help, you it would help you very early in the playoffs, and then they would stop because teams would like the next team that you would play would look at the video would be like, oh, they don't do it anymore. So yeah. So that's it. And then to go back to half pitchers go back and forth between mechanics run the risk of kind of messing them up a little bit. Now. I know that we've seen Craig kimbrel changes hand position are rich hilas changes his wind up a little bit. And they've done it on the fly. And they've been just fine doing it's maybe wouldn't be that bad. But it does when you get so much paranoia and pitch tipping. It does seem to open the door to messing with people looking for big dipping. So I like the idea. I'm just not sure how beneficial this would be. Yeah. And Steven rode into notify us make sure we knew about the wonder Franko clan in professional baseball right now. Stephen says there are three. Wonder Franco's in minor league baseball three they are all brothers two of them are in the giant system and both play a fair amount of third base. Those two are in high and low A, respectively and can totally end up on the same team in the future. The third one is probably the most well known because he tore up the epi league. This year is seventeen year old shortstop for the raise their uncle 's are the eye bars Willie and Eric so much baseball in the blood yet. Just one name. Thank goodness for different middle names. And it's true. If you go to youngest wonder front goes, hey, DJ on Albany dot com. The minor league baseball website wrists of the familial connections there. So it says under Franco's son of wonder Franko brother of under Franko, brother of wonder Frisco. Nephew of Eric. I've takes up like a whole. I like that he's the son. He's also the son of wonder as well as the brother of two wonders, so I guess wonder the elder just really likes that name. He's just like big shadow of the colossus fan protagonist is named wander. I don't know what it is. But you hear about this every now and then like the the door family, right? And you just kind of wonder what a family gathering at the the Franko families houses like how do you attract people's attention? I'm sure they all have nicknames or something. But it seems seems complicated. What if all three of the younger wonder Franco's, what if they each had three boys in the named the wonder fring, there's I mean exponential. Okay. What what are the first one is three boys, and they're all wonder factor? The second one has three boys are all wonder Franko, and the third one has three voice. Two of them are wonder Franken one of them is like Pete. Man..
Roseanne, Connors and Roseanne Rubio discussed on 1A
"Retail giant Sears has filed for bankruptcy. It's just the latest move in a decline that's been going on for some decades. Now, Sears chairman, Edward Lampert argues that the company can turn around, but only by closing more stores and borrowing more money in television. Some beloved characters return to the air this week in a continuation of the sitcom Roseanne. The Connors picks up where the Roseanne Rubio reboot left off when it star Roseanne. Barr was fired by ABC entertainment for making very inflammatory comments on social media, the Connors features, the rest of the cast dealing with the sudden death of the family, matriarch Roseanne, CONNER listen. Overdose, it doesn't make any sense. I got her knees fix. I flushed all our pills. Oh my God. I found these pills in mom's closet. These aren't even prescribed to her. She got them from Marseille Bellenger. That's the only thing for mom's closet that I wanted. But one of the new episodes of the Connors, Josh Rogers, I'm not sure how I feel about this. I watched the Roseanne reboot. It was very, very good. It was really well written before all of this craziness happened. I get the idea of dealing with the opioid epidemic in the family shock at seeing that Roseanne overdosed and not knowing about it. It also kind of feels like a very day use x. He no way to kind of like cut her off of the show. I don't know how I feel about. I mean, it's a way to do. It's a way to have somebody die that is relevant in the world that the show in a habits. I mean, you know, here in New Hampshire, I think four hundred eight people died from drug overdose as last year and you know, in the mail you that the Connors is portraying. I mean, you know, opioids, big issue, and I think we should note Franko just briefly that the show did get credit for being able to create a network hit that played in parts of the country that did go for President Trump in the election. It was supposed to be one of these shows that allow the whole nation. To deal with these issues very directly. No, absolutely. It was one of those shows that people are like, hey, finally, we have a show that represents, you know, a part of America that is so often ignored. It showed families who are obviously split about what was going on in Washington. They were unhappy about the fighting in congress. They had, you know, polarized question polarized opinions about our our president President Trump. But at the same time they fought through that and they still loved each other and they still had humor and they still, you know needle each other. In the ways that families do there were a lot of talk about new shows coming up to try to to match that. The problem that Roseanne hat is that in our personal life, the real life bar across so many moral lines. There will soon be some
"franko" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Franco Corso and. Lexi Aversa many of you know that Franco Corso is known as the voice. Of romance he is an incredible passionate performer with a voice descend from. The heavens, in fact in two thousand thirteen Franko had a new chapter in his musical story with the release of five new, original songs including the incredible, hit angel which is one of my favorite songs of. All time. Franko Lexi thanks for. Joining us how are? You today, I everybody it's a pleasure to be, with you Robin thrilled to have. You both, you know Lexi you worked with Franco for a number, of years and we met a few years ago when Franko. Was performing tell us a little bit about what made you so interested in representing, Franko Robin, you know our, saga together you. And me we use through Palm Beach philanthropy in society and Joyce emanate here and when I had. A couple of radio shows in Palm Beach I'm so enamored being on your. Show because I know the the platform so Frankl came on to promote. One of, his concerts and I was delighted to interview him and you know then I went to the concert and heard this, magnificent voice and witnessed his, showmanship and even though I do events all over the. Planet for. Many years and special. Venues castles palaces all? Over Europe, South America everywhere I have not encountered, a talent like this and so. I said, you know I would like to represent you would you, give me that honor so that we can fortune head so. We can share your gift with the world and I it's just grown from there, exponentially that's, wonderful absolutely wonderful, Franko talked to. Us a little bit about with your incredible voice A little bit about your passion for, music and where it comes from growing up in Italy. I was surrounded by a musical my life as you, know he believes music pullover all over the country so I studied hotel business first. And then I came to America about twenty three years ago working your tells and a subway music on the side, and after that you know I got myself into music vocal. Coach and really professional, on my, passion and then the rest of, the somehow is story because I was like enough to bring the ultra music in the United States with incredible seniors. Like Andrea, Bocelli and also the America songbook. And the. Passionate. Music. Has been part of my life since I was an Italy but Affected when I came. To the US with incredible people around me that lead in my talent and they gave me good paternity to improve myself on hit some impetus stages like yours, like the American humane one of the greatest achievements for now to be able to perform for an incredible like, yours Frank award honored to have you perform for us you. Did, an incredible kickoff do our hero dog awards this past spring in New York, City but I know also featuring an amazing platform at the Columbus Day parade in New York this fall to tell us a little bit of what it was like to perform this, past year in the Big Apple yeah it was a great experience to bring the Italian culture to the Columbus foundation which is an incredible Ghana's -ation that brings. The Italian culture back to, the way supposed to be in the. United States because not to forget the America is a country of immigrants saw the Italian for playing an incredible park after the second World War to come to the, United States and work very hard and make the dreams come true so seeing for the, Columbus red carpet event emceed by Maria Bartiromo and Joe Piscopo was an incredible experience to be part of this excitement Absolutely wonderful talk to us, if you could a little bit Franko about this incredibly new original. Song called angel it's one of the prettiest songs I think I've ever heard and to. Share with our listeners where they can hear and see you perform angel it's a song that was able to correlate it. With, two other riders three years ago and it's a song about love it's about, hope and you know never never lose your face for what you believe and somehow this song in my own personal my heart especially because of my love for animals and for thinking, that the animals itself is an incredible source of help and more conventional for the u. mankind I somehow made the song official for the American humane because it's. The song it brings into, a additional level brings you to to a level of love of understanding each other's and make a better world And you been. With your incredible organization of doing such a beautiful job to bring the the love the peace and the excitement about society so you can actually. Check the and listen to the song on YouTube which is a Franco Corso you just, search Franko course and I clicked. You just tied angel and you, would be able to see an incredible music video. Which I feel Sigourney daily in small village, called doce, aqua which is ten miles away from. My hometown which has been camelia right on the border with south of fresh and the setting the landscaping it's. Just so mesmerized its medieval village surrounded by Brixton's and castles so I would like to invite you to feel the the song projected to this incredible setting the song is housing and housing but the English Lyrics I. Really they take twenty four level travel little checked with song because. I, sent in love from the, first note I stopped to sink and I hope you will do the same it's a gorgeous, song and it really does touch all of us move animals in our lives we know our animals, are angels Franco so the song is. Beautiful I so you'd have flee sorry in you're such a powerful performer, that I wanna courage everyone. To go to your YouTube page right away but listeners this is, even batter Franco's going to be are featured singer we're so lucky to have this international superstar be are features singer at, our pups for patriots gallon in sunny Palm, Beach Florida and Alexi I gotta get back to you because I know you've just, loved animals. Your whole life and I know you've got a very special pup. In your life well Robin animals complete our lives and I've been listening to the exchange of. You and Franco and so many, images and emotions Come to fruition you know you have had the ability to. Bring together so many different entities thanks to the animals that we all love I mean working with our veterans working with, those that are. Disabled and people who just adore animals because they know that they they give us everything. They have unconditional love I have a Cutie pie Romeo he's twenty. Five, percent Pembroke, Welsh corgi and, seventy five percent many Australian sheepdog he's like a little force, and guess.
"franko" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of well founded fears they won't be believed Sabina castle Franko, CBS news Rome tourists in Britain's hoping to go on, vacation are enduring another day of travel trouble in Britain after severe weather led to flight cancellations extreme heat gave. Way to thunderstorms. Friday touching of travel delays on Saturday budget airline Reina's says fighting night's thunderstorms along with. Air traffic control staff shortages led to fourteen cancelled flights. At Stansted airport. Are the London area airports Luton Gatwick and Heathrow also, warned of delays nuts the UK at you have control service says the unpredictable nature of the storm's means aircraft are. Not able to fly the usual routes Syria shaklee London at least thirty seven people, have been killed this week has monsoon rains triggered the collapse of houses and flooded huge tracts of land. In northern India weather officials predict more rain in. The next forty eight hours in India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh. Most of the victims died yesterday in Agra that's the northern, city where the Taj Mahal is, located a man was shot to death early today. On the Dan Ryan authorities recall. Just after midnight, to, the inbound lanes, at twenty fifth street where they found thirty three roles Shaquille durken's intervene on. The shoulder of the road today's autopsy. Determined a durken's died of a gunshot wound to the neck state police say they located two people away from the scene who had been in durken's car we're taking destroyed your hospital with non-life threatening injuries not related. To, the, shooting, apparently but possibly the crash one was. Injured as I'd rather state police were handling, this investigation say one person.
"franko" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Made her happy despite her struggles therapist remarked two thousand twelve had been an overall good goodyear for a lane the nude was best on the day she was discharged august twenty two there was no indication elaine was feeling suicidal franko horror great with the lanes therapists she'd been doing lately he couldn't shake the fear elaine may have hunters off it was a consideration he was hesitant to have but he understood the possibility elaine lived align wave off on her hospital admission shade under the heading social support network someone noted supportive dad no friends it was only half true to elaine frank was not just follow but a best friend it was shortly after noon on august twenty two when elaine walked out of hospital cheeses pharmacy and also made a phone call to the news agency discuss upcoming shifts after dropping her bags at home elaine went with a father to schengen cemetery almost ten kilometers southeast of step aside on the draw there frank recalled elaine was distracted on mobile phone texting someone they visited or lesnar horace brave and elaine became visibly upset which was an unusual before departing she kissed her mother's tombstone afterwards they had lunch and then went to frank's house standing at the door to his own frank watch d'alene play with her niece who was also her god doodo on the grain across the road elaine gave her nacer bracelet she had made at full pay 'em a lioness she was going to get some rest having no explanation as to why she didn't make it to the festival the following day frankish hume to the worst he contacted his other children to let them know elaine was missing they began to pace together a lanes lost known whereabouts elaine sister anne said she had attempted to cool a line on the notable twenty two but she never answered elaine's brotherinlaw knocked charles drove to schengen cemetery the cemetery is upon seventy acres of flat empty land rows and rows of tombstones are interrupted boy only a few trees the wind carries the sands of rolling waves from shankill bates less than a columbia away a large expanse.
"franko" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A familiar voice marisha franko hi marissa how are you tonight welcome marie for those of you who don't know marita franko she infamy she and tim k hiller the guest host here on nightside and of course has a show on sunday nights from nine until midnight right here from this chair maria as an attorney i'm curious what you what you thought of the judge's comments and particularly as an immigration attorney try to finish it in time we have i mean obviously great you're covering this again it's it's basically the end point of this apologised attitude towards immigration and bad news is this is this is just the tip of the iceberg in on the criminal side of things because we just happened to learn about this because the building news right is reporting this happened every day day in day out where immigrant immigrants are given this leniency and i'd like your opinion actually as an attorney as well i have mine that this open hostility again i mean basically he has opened against us citizens open hostility or a level of hostility against ice enforcement and that as well as how can he served on the bench if he has such glaring bias he never if he when he was going through the review process if he openly admitted that he favors immigrant criminal immigrants over us citizens would he have been approved to the bench.
"franko" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Personality who is also immobile not not a movie you see right away start not a movie not a sports nothing like that you ready named the personality who is also a mobile this jockey is that a bob williams be judy franko c christopher night or immobile schalke go goes in entertains of parties no please music at parties the big joe henry so it's dennis judy no no bob williams judy christopher night big joe hint mm um tricky one well then i wouldn't be judy franchise to secrets clean joe hendry's christopher night i'm gonna go jewell hendry on that mm among usually dozen missed the one on five questions regarding laud bridge we got chris woods abinante vow briscoe it owes good how will you jug awake uh for the beautiful outside right now to go for a long period man guides it's like a hot summer night i feel like your meat lows tonight we looked is a very good source make a home and sign some all right woods zeroyd your dad agreement for him uh build new views just as a little scared of yellow you still have some some curve also even on the skin when you can trust well i write anything that is a lawyer wanted just to do said it maybe like a month ago suddenly got it wrong about this rows shapiro case that will give it out i'm good adopted nobody can hear it that's it here we i want you to die i'll give your name the city where marlon brando takes a breton in on the waterfront hey jersey city be got newburgh c hold balkan or the bayonne yes the juicers belch into the it did i did i'm gonna do who only on my show your dial is already has started belgian through full what was that it would be a own jersey city gutting bird hold bulb bay y'all a good staff at this i'm gonna go jersey city uh i'm a.
"franko" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Personality who is also immobile not not a movie you see right away start not a movie not a sports nothing like that you ready named the personality who is also a mobile this jockey is that a bob williams be judy franko c christopher night or immobile schalke go goes in entertains of parties no please music at parties the big joe henry so it's dennis judy no no bob williams judy christopher night big joe hint mm um tricky one well then i wouldn't be judy franchise to secrets clean joe hendry's christopher night i'm gonna go jewell hendry on that mm among usually dozen missed the one on five questions regarding laud bridge we got chris woods abinante vow briscoe it owes good how will you jug awake uh for the beautiful outside right now to go for a long period man guides it's like a hot summer night i feel like your meat lows tonight we looked is a very good source make a home and sign some all right woods zeroyd your dad agreement for him uh build new views just as a little scared of yellow you still have some some curve also even on the skin when you can trust well i write anything that is a lawyer wanted just to do said it maybe like a month ago suddenly got it wrong about this rows shapiro case that will give it out i'm good adopted nobody can hear it that's it here we i want you to die i'll give your name the city where marlon brando takes a breton in on the waterfront hey jersey city be got newburgh c hold balkan or the bayonne yes the juicers belch into the it did i did i'm gonna do who only on my show your dial is already has started belgian through full what was that it would be a own jersey city gutting bird hold bulb bay y'all a good staff at this i'm gonna go jersey city uh i'm a we got a you know what one eight hundred two eight three one on one point five woke matches fill them all right he's trivia.