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"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Tall. But yeah i was six to then you know fabrics crappy little bit foot and then the hair that gave me a couple of inches. Yeah al al did good. God bless coach. Great we just lost him but what a coach he was now say it was fun and we went through some good signs and got to the super bowl but yeah which which is awesome which is awesome so yet i appreciate you coming on and joining me on the show. I'm sorry we had some difficulty in the beginning. But we got a good team at super. That kinda worked out the kinks and we got you on so people can listen to you and hear your story appreciate it. Just like have cramps in a game. You know you just gotta get a work out jet kinks out. Never get it all cost so we fill you up with gatorade and bananas to get you on here. Cram salvage yeah. Don't worry i've had lots of issues trying to use my computer so That's why have my son's at home right now. So they can help me do all this stuff. All right buddy. Hey i appreciate you appreciate you being so generous with your time and i wanna thank everyone for joining us on how to up with gus and don't forget to go to vistaprint dot com. Check them out. You can get his book there. You can send them go to the forum. You can ask him questions. You can send anything you want to autograph to to his site. And you couldn't ask for a better autograph from a better person. So thanks for joining me. Vince appreciate that. And i think question up there. Yes dick for me on i. I still very very close friends. My see all the time. yeah. I interviewed dick not too long ago on my podcasts. And we had. We had a good time. We talked about a lot of things. Didn't talk about the movie a lot. Just because he coached a lot of people that i knew so we talked about a lot of different things mostly about his wine. Yeah yeah i. I'm looking at my white corners. Three rows pits from your weather is very cut. I'm still waiting for mine to get in the mail so get it there. Yeah the males double slow right now like everything is but yeah you know just so guys like per meal and and then have the opportunity to talk to you as always a big fan. You know when. I got the thirty. Got a me last size. The gus 'cause there is the karatas man. I'm there go. Yeah yeah. Even though. I never had those wings on my shoulder of always been a big fan of yours as well. Trish thank you. Thanks for all right take care. Good luck engulfing. Now i expect to hear about some scores in the seventies and sixties yet buddy. Thanks again take care. Thank you very much. Flying goes five buddy. Hey everyone i appreciate Everyone joining us on. Huddle up with gus in on the super new super platform I wanna thank Nfl alumni ventures For partnering with huddle up with gusts. I want to thank mateen. Terry gunner in gabe. And i wanna thank all the fans were coming on We're going to get better and better at this every week. Bring you guys on if you wanna come back Look at huddle up with gusts on any social media will put the show out there every week every week. Going to be a great guests. We're going to have them live where you can take pictures and everything like that. We're going to be. you know you see the trivia. There's a trivia up there we. We didn't get to that today just because we had so many Problems with at all but You know. I can't thank you all enough and i look forward to the game tonight. Hit me up at gusts right. If you have any questions about the nfl anything you want to ask me or hit me up at huddle up with gus and check me out at huddle. Up with gus dot com. Thanks again to vince. Palley for joining us What a great guy. And i can't wait till he and mark wahlberg comes back on and It's gonna be a great show. Thanks again have a great night. And i don't even have a. Ti played for seventeen. So i can't even root for anybody right now. I just ruined for my own fantasy team. So i i need to win one game. At least all right thanks everyone. Thanks for helping me out again this week when thank my wife for asking a question that means she was listening so thanks everyone take care. We'll see a tom. thanks for coming on brandon. Everybody thanks for joining me. And we'll see you next week. That wraps for joining in the fun studios for number featuring fifteen year. Nfl quarterback just potluck what goes is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available apple music..
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Welcome to with gusts fifteen year. Nfl quarterback gus ferrando. Passion for sports has taken him on the field and behind the benches play for seven. Nfl franchises with one hundred fourteen. Tv's under his belt gusts knows who the players are and how the games are one. No every day you get to hang out. With an antidote quarterback up old case sports banned from the deck towel and plush sixteen bernie one digital studios jakob snap traps. Kicks to huddle up what guys. Hey everyone how. You doing Gus rod here Starting to show. Hey hit me up to chat if you if you're out there and You know we're just having a little trouble getting Vince on but You know we're going to get them on our super teams working on it right now and we'll get on a second but We got a great guest today. and i appreciate everyone coming on. I just wanna tell you about our team. Super dot events There's a new platform. We're working a lot of kings with them as you guys can tell but It's a great platform fun with vince. Today once he gets on When also wanna thank Nfl alumni Then cher's and You know they are partnered with us and super and we look for doing how to up with gusts with them as well and also you can check me out. How to with gusts dot com or go to at huddle up with gus. Check us out on on any social media We're going to be bringing vince on here in a second. But today's guest vince. Pa- poly mr invincible. I'm excited to have him on Actually watched invincible again today. it hits home with me just because i grew up in a little town and You know. I understand what people go through when they get excited for hometown. Hero like that to Kinda go out and play in the big leagues so You know vincent's is You know what a guy is He didn't even play college football. Which i'm so excited to talk about. And here's career grown up and you know he played one. Your high school football and to go on and to play in the nfl shows you that hard work. Perseverance and character gets to you to a lot of places but I got my son's in the background. Guttering gaber here They're doing the show so if anybody's got a question for me before we get started we can talk a little. Nfl we talk about anything. You want Hit me up with a question. Governor gave Some questions put some people in the queue. Whatever you wanna do So there's gabe hitting us up. But we're excited. Our guys at super working on vince. He's down in jupiter florida right now. I think he's been playing golf. And you'll be there all winter a getting out of new jersey but We're excited to have him on so anybody getting questions you want to hear anything. I don't know well. The patriots make the playoffs from thomas. Wolfe's thomas You know that's a good question They've got a young quarterback They they had a great game against the buccaneers You know they lost in the last seconds Coach always puts a good team together and I think that they have a shot but in that division. I think the bills are king this year. Not so much worried about the jets or the dolphins so if they can have a better record than some of the other teams in the afc they they have a shot and you can never count Patriots were coached ballot. Check out And all right. So we got brandon amazon and asking what's been the biggest surprise the nfl season so far so brandon. I don't know you know the thing about it is. There's always a surprise every nfl season and for me. I don't know if it's so much surprise as it is Didn't expect right. That the i think arizona and kyla in that team therefore no and in that division would have never thought that would happened and You know. I think that for me is the biggest prize and the other one is that you know the chiefs lost two games. I mean he would have thought that. So that is crazy to me and the other biggest surprise she. Your steeler fan is that steelers aren't doing very well this year. Big bands having some He's you know the whole offense has been having a rough time. They need their defense to pick it up. And and you know. Hopefully the the offense can get hot and puts points on the board. I think that's where they're really hurting So gabe says the chiefs in the steelers being last inter division. You're right gave. i think that's probably unexpected by everyone so All right so terry wants to know was brady's return fox over hyped or not. Now i don't think so. I mean for a guy to win championships with one team to come back. I think there's a lot of hype in that. And i think that's well deserved We see this a lot of other sports one can go back to their their teams Where they played for many many years and done a lot of great things that the fans are usually Pretty welcoming i love. How the beginning of the game before the game started. Everybody's sharing they play. Great video of it was probably pretty emotional and then once again starting came on the field. They booed him. That's typical sports. Fan so i actually love that. That was that was great. That's that's kind of what the game's all about you know a lot of times. You do have a hero. You have somebody that you root for but if you live in an area you're basically that fan that that teams fan No matter who comes in who plays quarterback who plays receiver. Who's on defense. It doesn't matter it's about the team and winning and losing so So i think. I'm excited for the game tonight. And i'm excited for the rest of the season I'm not doing very good in my fantasy team Looks like that. I'll probably come in last place even though i wanted a few years ago I am just a stinking up right now but You know so. Thomas wants to know again. How has gained changed. Since i played so. I can't wait to get vince on. Because if you guys have seen the movie invincible and you know when you hear a great career dick for meal when you hear him talking about We're gonna do six weeks. We're gonna do through going to have practice three times a day. Three and a half hours each practice There weren't kidding. That's how they did it. You know for me. It was a lot different. But for vince in that team You know they put their bodies through hell before they even stepped on that field for the first game and they had six preseason games so it is a crazy how the game has changed for the guys and it's probably change for the better You know people say well there's more injuries now and everything else. I'm sure there were a lot of injuries back in the day as well so for me. The game has changed We got thomas up. Thomas you've got your Your rain here. Are you doing buddy. Get it are you. I'm good. it's nice to see up here. And where do you live Canton ohio ant nio hieaux. You know what my son gave us on right now. Just all last summer in canton with it's awesome for for the hall of fame. So that was great. He had a lot of fun doing that and You know it was fun. I i would. I would check out my buddies. Who either gotten to the hall of fame where i played with and all those things and i'd look at these pictures on facebook and all that and all of a sudden she gave in the background of those a lot of those pictures. So so thomas tell me what do you love about football Well grew up a patriots fan so kind of loved how they've been over the last twenty years even though they're kind of in a rebuild mode. I guess but by hopes for mac jones while you can't really complain about patriots right. You guys had a good run of any team. I mean look at look at what they did. And what the franchise did for all those years. I've played for fifteen years and never made it to one super bowl and there's one team making it to a bunch right in twenty years so You know you guys could go.
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"At me and stable. The just do it was very simple. was just do it do it. Don't talk about it do it. And that's what all my sisters and my brother and i did. We just followed mom's advice and we never really thought of the of the the difficulties we may incur We might experience along the way because it was just not even consideration. You just do what you wanna do right. Don't you wish your mom would have put a little by just do it right now. Oh no kidding all right. So what's up next you've talked about. Are you doing any book tours. Or what can you tell us about your book. And and how you're promoting it right now. Well the book came out in In october eighteen. So we're getting close to three years in the end. The invitations have not stopped coming. I'm still out there meeting with the As their major speaker for a lot of organizations. I'm still signing books doing a lot of different kind of media interviews. It's amazing to me. It's slowed down during twenty because of the virus and everything and then all of a sudden things start going to zoom. And now all sudden. I'm getting invitations all the time. And and it's interesting because my publisher harpercollins told me they publish the book they said we. We have a feeling this is going to have a long shelf. Life and i was hopeful but i could not have seen this coming in so i'm very grateful for you. Wrote it because these are the stories that everybody needs to read and listen to and understand what being i means. I think you explain it so well when you did your tedtalk. Oh you thank you. I appreciate that. yes you know. And they're still so meant so much room for i and so i hope people don't hesitate just because maybe they they don't have a role model or something like that. Just like my mom would save them become the role model. Just go for you know right right. That is awesome. So i appreciate both of us spending time with me today on the huddle up with gus marnie. Give me your prediction for tonight's game. I think it's gonna there's a bunch of people in front of me. But i think it's going to be i'm going to say tampa bay. Not quite sure i'm not going to give the actual legis say. I think tom brady is going to throw a lot of touchdowns. I just want to stay healthy. That's my i do want to say. I love it when players can stay healthy through the whole season so tampa bay is gonna win. And i think it's going to be a pretty high scoring game. What do you think marjorie. I agree with mark. It's going to be a high scoring game. The cowboys are gonna win. I actually picked the cowboys too. So i said zach is going to have a breakout game. He's going to be healthy. He's got a lot of talent around them. And i think. Tom brady starts a little slow in the season. Grills up within the last game of the season. Yeah you definitely want to catch him in the first game. Yeah no i shape both of you joining me on. How up with and marred. We'll definitely let you know when we put it all out on social media. We want to thank you for joining us today. Marnie thank you for being my co host again. Tell us about your book one last time all right. And that's why. I'm here because i'm actually going to the ronald mcdonald house after we do this before the game. So football freddie and fumbled dog game day in the usa in many different cities to choose from and can get them off philadelphia. The carolinas atlanta. Let's see green bay dallas for mago and now tampa bay wonderful send us of artwork so we can share. We got put on media. I yes this has been great. Thank yeah great. Got appreciate both dogs out there bark. And he's like dad you've been in there an hour now so let's go out and go the bathroom. I think so. I appreciate you both of you joining me. And it's just been a wonderful talk marjorie and you know. Everyone needs to go out great. Well thank you thank you. I've had a great time. Thanks for including in this conversation. And i swear i won't take too small on any of my social media pretty funny. It's a good story. It's a great story. So that's our show. Everyone thanks for joining us on the huddle up with gusts out an appreciate all of our sponsors sixteen thirty one digital news. I appreciate sounder. Fm i you know you gotta go to vegas sports event you got to put in my code huddle up and save some save some money. They're going to help you pick the right teams and then they're going to win you some cash so go go there. Go to vegas sports advantage and listen. I appreciate marnie. I appreciate margie. Terry brian thank you all so much and go to wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. Checkout huddle up with gas and we'll see you next time back ceramics joining the fun at one studios ford number with gus featuring eighteen years. Nfl quarterback potluck with gus is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available apple music..
Ravens Lose Marcus Peters, Gus Edwards to Season-Ending ACL Injuries
"Breaking news. I have some unfortunate breaking news. According to an rappaport the ravens cut short practice today after. Cornerback marcus peters and running back gus. Edwards sustained potentially significant knee injuries on back back. Plays have another running back back to back plays. They think gus edwards might be out for the entire season. Whoa they've lost that entire backfield. Well they just signed lemme on bell so it's like are we gonna see him now. This i mean that is devastating and back to back plays like what is happening over there greg. You mentioned how weird and strange and somewhat sinister their camp was. I mean it is extended with a with a huge hammer. Punch right there. I mean that is. They have no running back. It's insane. they've had a terrible time of it. This is why it's like. They shouldn't ask the lock or nfl. Dot com predictions. Because it's like okay. Now i got the browns in the playoffs mark. There you go that. I'm not trying to make light of it it. It's thinks because for many reasons but it's there's a point where you still do need a running back. They like tyson williams. Who showed some things. We don't know much about him. a second-year player. But he's now in theory would be your lead guy and you get some other guys off the street and left bell to their practice squad right right and they said he may be active. Active society probably will be especially after this injury. You probably not giving them a lot times. But marcus peters is the bigger injury here because as good as their secondary is i. I did think they were a little more vulnerable this year. If even one guy goes down. And now jimmy smith. Who's been banged up and marcus. Peters you start to take away a lot of pieces man. The raiders are catching the ravens at the right time
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Are you know what i don't know i guess business probably odds on kansas city. Maybe eight no longer. All that bad in vegas would probably and if it happens probably when you. That's right. I you know how hard it is to win. Man issues keen. They're young quarterback can can play pretty well out there you know for the last thirty years. It couldn't play pretty well right. It's been a tough place. But joe i wanna thank you if you can hang on for a second. I'm going gonna close the show and just talk to you off the air for two seconds after we're done all right thank you. Yes behavior when. I wanna thank you for joining me on. Huddle up with gus. What a special show today. I want to thank all of our sponsors. And and and really thank you joe for coming on and sharing your story Just somebody who grew up. Like i grew up and and we got to do the same job which is incredible and joe. Thank you so much. Thank you to all our sponsors sounder. I wanna thank Sixteen thirty one digital news and don't forget to go to vegas sports advantage. Join our just talking it go place. That bet was vegas sports advantage for the jets. Be eight now. And you might wince money so they'll help you out us up at my code and save five percent so thanks everyone for joining us. What a great show. We'll see you next time back to wraps joining in the fun at the thirty one inch studios petering eighteen year. Nfl quarterback just potluck with gus is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available apple music..
BYU, UCF, Cincinnati, Houston Considered Top Candidates for Big 12 Expansion
"A report out this afternoon at Ucf could be headed to the big twelve. I know you're there to do the game. Let that potentially could really have a lot of the effects especially with texas and oklahoma. What what do you make out of that report. That has ucf byu let me. I'm trying to remember. Who else is in that. Cincinnati and houston in that. Yeah lucky me. You just rattled off one powerful independent byu a couple of group of five schools cincinnati. A lot of people think for a playoff spot this year because the schedule and then. Ucs tonight pot. You know gus malzahn. Well i spoke with him yesterday. As part of our coaches call. And it's no secret. Malzahn took this job because he was one a good fit for him but to hey knows that. Ucf is on the verge getting out of that group of five corridor and getting into power. Five football dan stand that the the winds are change. You're going to happen every year. We talked playoff expansion to twelve teams which would benefit. Ucf gus malzahn cincinnati. Luke fickle until. I'm not surprised in the least bit that. Ucf is coveted spot wide. Because it's the state of florida smack down to the central their orlando. There's a lot of talent this team who's is gonna feel tonight has a ton of talent. And so look it's it makes sense if you're in the big twelve and you just lost taxes and you just lost oklahoma. We're going to sit here and say that you're going to replace those brands with cincinnati. Ucf byu in houston but you do get a couple of teams that together can stop that bleeding just enough to still compete and steal it. Pretty competitive conference
Osaka wins first match at U.S. Open
"Naomi osaka makes winning return to grand slam tennis at the. Us open the number three seed defending us open. Champion defeated marie booth gus. Six two four and six one in the opening round osaka didn't play at wimbledon. After pulling out of the french open following the first round for mental health
Interview With Musician, K.D. Lang | Part 2
"Was deliberately not deliberately. Those weren't your words but you like it didn't sell as well. Yeah it was like a great leveler but then years later i realized that the way the system works. If you sell a million records two million records than in the system of record companies and marketing you sell two million records but then you put a terrible record out new cell thirty eight copies than marketing and everything sees that you sell thirty eight copies. So you're only as good as your last sales it sabotage ice managed to sabotage things pretty well without record. Do you regret that. I mean i regret but what do you think that was what had happened at the time i regret. Not having all the information or having the comprehension. That i needed to have but i certainly don't regret they. Artistic decision to work with gus fans end and uma thurman and rain phoenix making. Or you're talking all you can eat. 'cause actually followed it up with even cowgirls get the blues. Right is at the record. Yes you can eat so there's a couple there couple of stinkers. They're they really. What stinkers no. I don't think so. I don't think so but in terms of public You know success. It was they were big old stinkers. You don't need to hit us for me. But
Professor Paul Kengor Explains the Modern American Marxist
"So in other words, in the thirties and forties, if you were in the Hollywood 10 if you were Algeria, this if you were Earl Browder later on Gus Hall, the Rosenbergs in the 19 fifties, you swore loyalty oath to Stalin's Soviet Union. And what we have today is they're not doing that. I mean, today's American Marxists, which is why I think with this this brilliant title of your book, I think you may have failed us even more than then you realized, uh, this is a unique American. Brand of Marxism. It's American Born. It's American fashioned. You know, the strain or strains of it is something that history here to four has people have never seen before. So this is really unique. And you say in your book, you say there's been an Americanized adaptation of Marxism, and I think this place is put it exactly right, which takes marks Marx's core precepts and contextualized them. To our American system, And here's really the dangerous part. And this is what a lot of people don't get. So so they contextualized them to the American system like you say, mark in order to effectively overthrow the system. And and that actually is something that's not new. So these people in the thirties and forties they would hide behind the Fifth Amendment. They would They formed the front groups with names like the Committee on the First Amendment. And you would just pull your hair out. Congress would write like First Amendment. Fifth of men that the first thing you got here do is throw out the U. S Constitution. What are you talking about? Exactly? And a lot of these guys and gals today. Yeah, You know, it's the same thing so they're taking the Marxist framework. And they're using it in a way that seems in at least in their rendering of it, right. You know, American about rights and civil liberties and so forth, But it's in order to undermine the existing system. And, yes, that's American Marxism today.
Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause
"All right dr janine. Thank you so. Much for joining negotiable podcast. I'm really glad to have you here for this conversation. My pleasure tori. We're gonna have some fun. Yeah you are the first naturopathic doctor to come on the show. So you are pumping the coach gus. Jerry with that. And i'm really excited because i think this is a much needed conversation to be had not just here but anyway that i can get the message out about alternative healing modalities to help us. Heal from the inside out. I'm all about it Because that's the mission that i'm on and i know that the people listening to this show are interested in as well because after living through the last two years that we've all been through in you know as well as i do. That stress levels are are preyed ti. I would. I would love to know from your perspective. What as a doctor. What have you as the implications of what we've just all experienced with with ovid and everything else especially when it comes to our stress man a couple of interesting things you know a lot of people come in. They're like i'm fine. Everything's fine kind of like that. T shirt everything's great. Yeah like okay. Yeah your face is not telling me that and we get a lot of like. I've had so much more downtime. And then it's like yeah. I've been home with some downtime. But i've been working with the kids and doing home schooling or i've been trying to figure out how to do my work at home and i don't have an office. Su there's all these weird stressors that kind of came into play and then they were like and this is probably the biggest implication for most women. The kitchen is right. There and things in that refrigerator are talking to me and my pantry and things that have been in there for months. That tastes like cardboard. Want me to eat them. So most of most of the biggest complaint. I'm getting from voces is coveted. Ten fifteen twenty dare. I say forty people
Professor Paul Kengor Writes a Remarkable Review of 'American Marxism'
"Professor. Paul Kengor is an expert on communism is an expert on the Cold War. He spent a lifetime studying this. He's from Grove City. And not at my request, he wrote a review that appeared today in the American Spectator, The American Spectator. Is an iconic Publication and our website. By one of the great Conservatives really in modern times. Bob. Terrible. And who has been so important in so many ways to so many people. I don't want to give you a taste of what Professor King, Gore said, given his unique position. And I Some of you believe me in some of you on but I'm not reading this for the praise. I'm reading it for the analysis, okay? Go to Amazon and type in Mark Levin, American Marxism and you'll find the number one best selling book in the country, with hundreds of reviews and mere weeks. Even more impressive. It's rated 4.9 out of five stars. Clearly something is up. It's not just Levine's name is platform as he raised his huge radio show his life, Liberty and Love, inch on the Fox News Channel or his previous best sellers. What's up is what Levin has tapped into with this particular book, American Marxism. What's up is unfortunately, American Marxism. This is not American Marxism in the form that this nation long ago dealt with. This is not the American Marxism of the past century in the style of the standard. Of the former standard bearers Gus Hall, Alger Hiss, the Rosenbergs, the Hollywood 10 and so forth. No, that was really Soviet Marxism. Those guys and gals of Communist Party USA swore a literal loyalty oath to Stalin's
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Percent and get free shipping and or some great manscaping. If we go back. I love the other part of your book. That i really love the bumper stickers. Because i think that's it makes so much sense right because what you said was when you ride down the road and you see a bumper sticker you mealy kind of get an idea of that person in that car so what i wanted to ask you is if you can think about the redskins. What would be your bumper sticker. If the redskins well. The washington football team had won on their car right now. What are you that bumper sticker would say. Time to hail a aol. That's right dr right. Yeah yeah that's that would probably be. Yeah and what's it gonna be now. Hail to the red wolves what's going on. They keep that song and just change out redskins. We'll see. Yeah help us with a name bumper sticker. That's it right so we're putting out there. I'm from surprised that Daniel snyder has reached out to you to try to give them some understanding of what the name should be. I'm surprised to gus daniel. If you're listening out there you got my number man we talked. We've talked john since this name chains even come up but you have even asked me yet. Mcconnell gimme gimme a bumper sticker. Give me a name. that's right. What better wordsmith right Just tell daniel that. Youtube will go out into the desert for about two fifty days maybe twenty days when we come up with the name newsday. Dan snyder Inside in the desert in cabin with no electricity for fifty two days. That would be awesome. Right how long do you think he would make it I get longer than he would initially think good. You know he'd show up he wouldn't even wanna h. He'd look at the place and go. No oh no oh no no no no no the same as all right now i may get him in inlet and he'd be like Dinnertime yet like still one. Pm you need slow through time down because you know he is mind moves fast. You know right left to slow way now. He'd be uncomfortable for a while. But i think i think he get last boy. This is gonna be tough. But i i think i could keep him there for a week. I'd have to put a helmet on him and chinstrap on him in a mouthguard because he'd be going out of his mind be it's been locked up in the middle of the desert and gavin for a week. But i think we all need for week. I'll definitely taking the under on that one. No doubt in my mind especially when you pull out a head of lettuce. Put them catch on it you know. He's like i'm outta areas. Not eating there. We'd have to have strongly sandwich. Yes he he's. Yeah these definitely foodie like bourbon and some crackers isn't gonna cut up for him You know. I think this is great because you have been a fan so in. You're not only a washington football team fan but you're huge texas longhorn fan and you've actually ingrained yourself into that whole university community society in more ways than one and so can you tell me what your favorite part of being a texas longhorn is.
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"I don't think i'll ever forget it. It'd be kids. I'll always be on. Espn fred not for good stuff. But what are you gonna do. You can't laugh about it. What do you know. What i means is gonna totally. So we'll be made the cake we'll do like the we'll do like Like a maroon and yellow smear kind of on it to you know that's perfect. That's perfect down. It'd be a you know. I think my wife would action kids absolutely love that because they have to hear about it all the time to. What are you gonna do. We laugh about it. But so so i appreciate you joining me and spending some time with me. Tell over fans and everybody who's listening how they can follow you and where they can go to You know kind of find you. I'm doing so many. What should we watch. Should we go to watch on tv. Now gotcha so if you if you get discovery plus doffs happy fund bake time to streaming on there. That's the puppet show it's like it's a kid show but it's really for it's more like a pee. Wee's playhouse remember the If you see. If you're watching food network i think starting in july is buddy versus duff. Season three wow and I'm here in knoxville. right now. We are filming holiday baking championship spring baking championship and kids begging championship So that will those will start airing right around thanksgiving and then you can follow me on social media. It's all you know at the goldman. And so the buddy versus dealt with the tagline this year. Go bigger go home. I don't know what else can you guys do. So our tagline was dumb dangerous young dumb and dangerous flames shooting out everywhere. Don't get too close. You could get electrocuted. There was there are some dangerous very dangerous stuff. That's awesome. that's awesome. Well does a. I thank you man and hopefully can stay in touch. I seriously would love to get a cake from you for my fifth. I think it'd be classic. You know it would be an honor. It'd be really cool. We'd love that. That would be great. But i appreciate you taking your time and you know it was just amazing to me that you have sports in your history competition and you sound like a good coach for your team and there's there's so many similarities to sports and what you're doing and people don't understand that but i think you brought it to life today. Thank you thanks. I appreciate it so hey enjoy your time. I wanna welcome army. I want to thank everyone for joining me on. Huddle up with gusts. I wanna thank duff. Goldman for joining me and telling us his amazing story in here in a little bit about how sports and baking are very comparative In the world today. And how will you. We're all growing with technology especially in the banking industry. So thank you again and thanks to Sixteen thirty one digital news dot com. Thanks to sounder fm. I appreciate all of you and we'll see you next time on huddle up with gusts. Say back to wrap sports. Thanks for joining the fun. Essential studios with gus featuring fifteen year. Nfl quarterback just potluck with gus is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available music..
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And gus and gus johnson. I learned a lot to learn gusts about mermaids. Okay gone So i brought this starbucks. Ultra point with me. It's a mermaid mermaid on the starbucks logo. Have you ever given thought to what these are here on the legs going. I don't think mermaid assumed it's hurt tails her tales. But i never understood why just in renaissance and classical times when mermaids were first conceived of horny sailors drew them with two tales because obviously the vagina goes in the middle where the two tales meet during the victorian era which was more conservative they re they re conceived no pun intended mermaids to have only one tail so that there's no no no lady didn't start throwing women with one leg like what's the what's the difference i guess like there's no point for burma doesn't exist there's no point for a mermaid hornicek fuck. I got graphic how far into the podcast and we get before we all this podcast or mermaids pussy is that queasy no when to be fish don't have pussies what do you mean. Don't they have something else like something like technically regina looks like the ship. Though isn't it. I don't know what the whole firm birds. Yeah that's what they have but they don't do so who is this. It's mike since where. I was going to go with this to look up the original starbucks logo on a topless mermaids spreading. It's zoomed in to make now. It's like zoomed in and you just see next year. Just be the things that you can see the history over time of what the logo used to look like like used to see more of the of the finish mermaid come into play with starbucks. Like what is the connection there. I always thought it was just a woman. I guess mermaid. I mean yeah. But why is the pepsi logo pepsi logo. I'm sure there's a reason. Call buzzer great. W plane's propellers against blue sky think okay isn't that urban legend is that actually true. I don't know it could be your graphic design. You should know these no. I'm just eighty on the internet. That's why i don't know things that i do. Now we're on a podcast. Have genital pappy as papillas happiest The pepsi logo is actually really interesting. Have you ever compared the pepsi logo to the diet. Pepsi logo now with the diet. Pepsi logo is slimmer. Like the little live near the lined. That goes through it interesting. Let's see if i can no diet drinks not very good for you. Why aspartame terrible for you. It's bad for your belly. Fat kids you makes you pepsi versus diet. Pepsi coke. Small slit the white house lit with logos up there and ask for logos fully store and they spend hundreds of millions of dollars on these logos and nobody really looks at close. I never noticed the two legs. On the moment you barbara knows a mermaid. I guess like it looks like it has a long flowing hair and a little like kind of seacraft. He's been there. It's twenty eleven. It was maybe a little more apparent before that but for the last ten years that version that version the older version was maybe a little more about starbucks only started drinking starbucks in twenty eleven when i moved to the states because i only ranked. Tim hortons you waiting for that logo change. Then it's like. I refuse to drink out of this mermaid pussy until until they cut it off. Wait a minute. We'll the amazon logos. Clever eight zero. No it's not in the smile. I like the fedex logo. That has the like you negative. Nancy over here but i do like When people can pull off cleverness on a visual level with the logo. i'm not. I don't think i agree with you. On the level of like when people go ham on spending so much money on these huge campaigns and sometimes can totally blow up in their face and resulting like a total like a recall of packaging and everything but it is fun when people can can sort out some cleverness in in a logo. I always wonder about the fedex. isn't that a byproduct of putting those lists together. Space was purpose currying and the font choice like you could have different. I think they just typed it out and but no shit normally. There's a space to work. Compatriot now compatriot i mean. Sometimes there is a level of like trial and error has a former graphic designer level of in my experience of just like trying to throw shit against the wall. Just seeing what you like. And you might discover little light little quirks along the way fedex logo. Yeah very intentional to have the x. Lineup in that way. I also didn't realize it was purple and orange. Jeremy must love fedex fedex and that. Jeremy always said that about him won't ship. This stuff is the coolest logo. Look i mean normally the x. tall doesn't lineup. just typed fedex into a word processing. They've fought with that x the line of the lower case right there to to line up with the with the even the it looks like off center. Middle middletown is higher. It's not it's not centered. How do you feel about sarah son. Sons syrups sans sands. Do you like them back then. Booking hates sarah serves fucking awful. That is a very heated Opinion on tariffs little feet on the fox. Sarah fonts have like little feet underwater without their. When when it doesn't have today. I learned never fucking knew that i thought it was. Just the title of the font. Nope there you go. It's about wing thing. What happened to you. too much. Sun game is like so crazy. That you gotta say at crazy right saying what was wing dings what we had before moats like emojis wing. Dying is that what it was so you could.
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"I get to do that now. Yeah that's great. So tell over fans how they can find you and how they can maybe find where they can come in and follow you or be a part of what you're doing. Yeah that'd be great my website jesse. Bradley dot org. We launched that in the last year in for opportunities like this just to connect love connecting with people. All my social media stuff is there and our churches grace community church in auburn washington. Grace auburn dot com. You can get there from jesse. Bradley nine oregon. Anybody that's just dumb subjects leadership citywide unity Faced off sports soccer Let's do it. I love to connect. Yeah no that. That's that's great. You know. Because i think one of the things that you talked about that you know. I've been married going on twenty six years. We've been together over thirty years my wife and i it's it's not you know when you live with someone and you share with someone. It's not always easy. So you have to like mayo. We've had to do therapy. My wife as a social worker and a therapist in psychiatric nurse. Now you know so. We've been through a lot and there's a lot of love in light of give and take and you have to learn how to do it and you don't really know what i mean like. You said that because you know there was no shame and going to a counselor. Get some help with doctor. And so in every mirror to me got to wills to personalities. I mean even this week. Like i'm trying to put into practice but i'm teaching you know and communication or confidence loser kindness or sacrifice and i mean you've got to make that sacrifice 'cause love includes sacrifices and you know that commitment to each other. It's not just in the easy seasons. It's you don't feel like doing something but you know it's right so you apologize or you know whatever that is to strengthen the relationship and and that's you know but it's even more important off the fields that old saying You know Are they working allen. Nobody's watching. It's the same thing are you working on yourself. And nobody's watching for me. I always wanted to be who i try. It should be who who they need me to be right. Not who i want to be. So that's of why you know i've always tried to do with my family and my kids and and not always great at it. I'm not perfect but you know you just keep trying and it works out. That's right. i've always wanted authentic. Like if i'm going to be one way of public. I should be the same way in private. You know there shouldn't be this big easy to do. It's it's very easy to pressure is tough. sometimes you know and it's it's tough to get over that but it goes back to what you said. You got choices and then you gotta make decisions and then the consequences come from that and You talked heavily about all those things that that projected you down this path. You're on today and sharing your life with your kids in your community. Which i think is awesome. Jesse so i'm enjoying it. I'm grateful for it for sure. Yeah so hey. I appreciate you being a hope. You're still vikings fan and not one of the twelve man over there question you know. No we don't want we don't want to hurt what your community feel bad there but with them like they do call. You know i still. You never leave the team. You grew up with this child. And i'm always pulling for the vice but don't they play the seahawks. It's like who. Am i gonna go for. And then minnesota fan start trash talking. So i'm like all right russell. Wilson's pretty good. Use pretty good so we but it's kind of both hand man. What a sports town seattle is. Yeah in weser is in some of the best food. You can have mazing. I love seattle to incredible city. Great town coming from the mid west midwest winters here are so mild. I mean thirty degrees is about as tough as it gets snow as optional. We go up to the mountains. You know that's cold up there but we could use your help to get us a basketball team. We we need the sonics comebacks man man shawn camp. He was the man back in the day. I live in pittsburgh. We haven't had a basketball team since pittsburgh fish. So it's been you got a lot of super bowl rings over there. He got a few. We had a few. But i don't have any. But i know the steelers do so The jesse man it was it was a great talk. I appreciate you. I appreciate your story. And i thank you for sharing it with us on huddle up with gus today. Gusty new awesome job podcast meager real comfortable. It's a good time so thank you so much for inviting me. Yeah appreciate you I want everybody to go see jesse bradley dot org right at. You can find all his social media. Check them out at his church Follow him as see his past Your speaker you're a great speaker If you need someone to come to your organization You know call up. Jesse's gonna come and he's going to Just give you a great. I don't know how long you speak for maybe an hour. Probably i didn't get there you go. I love it all right. 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"People together just like what was the word that they called you in africa. right like it wasn't meant to be mean or hang on what they knew and so it's just amazing all his name's brian terry told me jeremy duru. So jeremy jeremy was was awesome. Great story too but tell me a little bit about that. How integrated soccer has become because you do hear a little bit about how segregated but it seems like. It's been getting better over time absolutely in the love of the game overseas like an african. See kids and like you mentioned. Don't have shoes take anything recycled put it together. And that's the baugh. There's the love of the game on the streets and then international every place. I've gone to every city in america. We gather together and play in usually gus even the pickup games. I play now. There's probably ten or fifteen nations represented in people. Just come in the come together around that game and was sport. There's a bond you continuing to us character. You laugh joke about the plays that are happening and also in seattle. It's really a soccer city. So i've done seattle sounders have faith and family night. You know our speak. Their a player speaks and we get about forty thousand actually for sounders games and with you see an all levels is people coming together in the stands in its from different cultures. And there's that bond around the sport that soccer's unique in terms of international popularity Not a lot of football guys point that out. So you're you're well researched right there. But i think it's it's amazing because it's it's it's the great you know the whole world plays it right right right paul as we know it in america there's only in america like we're trying to get it into other countries. We had nfl europe and different things but I know they're trying to put it in japan and china but it's just not the same right is ball ground. You don't need anything else right. Right in osaka country was really positive. Is women's team has done so well and they'd been pioneers really because the women's game around the world is not so much more elevated and we're seeing competition levels there and the us although slow to make the top level with the men women have been phenomenal. And that's another plus. Is you see a sport. Now with men and women and again you see all nations. We need to come together different cultures. I mean even in america. We need more unity. We need more. Racial reconciliation and soccer can be a tool for that. It can be an avenue where you build those friendships. Because i believe we're gonna overcome in heart we're gonna overcome it with friendships. We're gonna open up our homes in. Sometimes you start out playing with guys on the soccer field in the net leads to. Hey let's get together during the week. Hey why don't you come over to my house for the weekend in pretty soon. Now it's much more than soccer and we need to do that on a lot of levels and that's one of the great things about sports. It can build those bridges. It's like a common language when you're playing together and the friendships are rich. I have no right now. there's a couple of guys from africa than just in the last two months i become great friends with in that started on the soccer pitch amazing because i think that our country needs that more and more right that the we become so divided for no reason in we all bleed the same all the you know what i mean. Everybody comes from a different background. That's why i love going into a locker room at know. Seven teams every year. The renew guys. They were all different for me had backgrounds. They didn't grow up like i did right. They may not have had parents. They may have had parents. They may not have siblings or they had more than me. So the all these stories but we were on the field it just brought us together and it just made you realize how silly yeah. Some of that stuff really is. Let's break through it. Let's overcome love is what's needed ultimately in. You played a position quarterback where it's like you gotta build relationships you got to build trust. You gotta know the guys that you're left tackle yes. I'm glad i didn't have any tags goalkeeper. I never ending guys right up next to be. I'm relying defense. But you know still i've got to communicate and when there's good relationships off the field it shows on the field built trust to write like that teammates that you build trust with on and off the field. You just know. They're going to do their job. You know who they are. And if they're not to then you know you got to protect that side a little more so true. I mean i would know again like which guy i could lean into. It motivated him in which guy. I got to be careful. I don't crush out there in the middle of the game with some you know and it's like you just get to know those dynamics. You can't hide sport when you're going all up. You see the personality you see the character and then you wanna bring out the best in. Everyone and i think that's true on the field. That's true off the field. That's posture mindset. How do i bring out the best in. Celebrate this guy strengths. So tell tell us What you're doing now and you know like kind of that journey. After that ten long ten years you've had led to Where you are now what you're doing. Yeah and now i'm married. I have four children and three boys and a girl. We also adopted one of our kids. And i love that. Every adoption story believes the healing story. And so we have a lot of fun home. They do play soccer. But i think there's only one that really is into it. The other ones are pretty casual around it and In addition to that you have a pastor in seattle now and i really love unity. we've got Been leading by is one hundred groups churches ministries come together in seattle and pastors. And it's just so healthy instead of getting competitive or weird or divided. It's like let's unite. How can we serve together. How can we you know. We've got extra chairs. Let's give it to that group of their. That needs some and look out for each other. And that i just they never city around seattle. And we're seeing that happen. Which is incredible. You know covance. Ben pretty wild never gone through something like this. I mean restrictions. The church was closed for a little while. Agnes last year is in terms of digital or online is just taken off so now you know we're connecting with millions of people really around the world through different ministry stuff. It's online in. We wouldn't have seen that coming so it goes back to again. I believe some of the best stuff can come out of the worse circumstances right. Just love like connect with people meet with people whether it's pakistan india. You know israel all around the world. The internet brings us together in in. So there's friendships happening there but we serving the community we've got we've made hope access during covid so take those hope boxes put some guests in their and then just give it to someone build up a little hope spread some hope and so we done that. Hundreds of people doing that service projects. We've done giveaways with food in about my position as that. You could be marriage as i mentioned. My parents got divorced so we made videos to. I'm so grateful for our media team and in dole and the crew and we made thirty videos for marriages real practical to just help build up marriages. And so we get to do that. I like studying teach-in but then also your counseling meet needs in the community Just in auburn. There's a great vibe. They're in this good relationships and you know the mayor will say. Can you pray for us. You know and so there's just a real good relationship report feels real healthy. And i love what i do. I didn't see it coming but I just wake up everyday fired up because for me i get you lives change and to me. There's nothing better than people With it's healing growing overcoming encouraging each other it when you see lives change. I mean. Look at you gus. It's like you're doing a podcast because you love people. You love their stories. I mean everyone's got stories. Stories are powerful. We want to spread hope. And i mean there's not a lot of pro athletes that just love like interview and other people and draw people out because sometimes as athletes. We have focused ourselves. And i see the what you serve through the podcast and when you start doing that life is not going to be most rewarding win were self consumed but when we're actually looking out serving and help people make a difference in the community. Then you come alive and you're part of something bigger than yourself and so. I.
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"So tight. I mean i'd say that can happen in professional but college is unique. Because it's those years where you're all really stepping into manhood. You said you're away from home. You're figuring out who you are in that bond with each other all the time you're doing life together in the dorms together class in you and that bond right there so when we won the ideally we haven't won it in twenty five years and i showed up as a freshman and we won the ivy league. It was like what the program i just remembered. We got off that bus coming back from brown running around the campus in the in my junior year. You know when we had the success and we didn't win the national title. You know we were. We were at that level. And that bond i still jumped on zoom. You know in the last year. I jumped on zoom multiple times with these guys. Ns that's not. I don't do that with a protein. But i do that with those college guys because those are lifelong friendships. And we're still joking about you. Know back in the bus card games you know something someone said or did or a blender who missed the bus and the plane for that one trip and you just enter right back yet. It's it's it's like family it really is. I forget into time. It's the games and who won in the score in who we knocked off the upset. But i'll tell you ten years later twenty years later you look back in. It's the relationships. I forget a lot of the other stuff. Yeah because people always ask me like. Do you miss the game. Well yeah i missed the game almost getting hit right like i don't wanna get hit like that anymore but you missed the locker room. You missed the camaraderie. You miss the everything that goes into it right all week. where together. Yeah we have families and we go home at night. That's what's different about college professional now. You're you're you're getting older. You're you're you know you're doing different things but yeah those guys in the locker room you just been through blood sweat and tears with an. It's just something that you can't you know then it's a different way the people that you don't understand it's different than your family. If your kids right right is just a different feeling. And there's nothing after sports. That's gonna quite imitate replicate a replace it because you're going to war together you gotta concered goal in especially if you win. It's a healthy culture. You know that bond together in teamwork and you just know each other so well and you know each other's roles and things clicking and all cylinders fans and you know you got championships and you just can't create that another context now. There's things you can do that. Are i'd say even more significant family life. I mean i look at you. It's like what do you enjoy your career. It's like my family and it just flows out of your mouth because sometimes the athletes. We don't spend as much time as we talk with. Families professional athletes but family is more important than who wanna game but at the same time. It's just different to and In for athletes a lot of guys at the end of the career. That's a tough transition because you just can't have that backs for a limited run our bodies our livelihood it is and my goal always was to to be a good husband and dad and then to you know whatever happened. I played for seven teams. We went everywhere together on. That was important. Because i saw so many guys who didn't put that effort in and then all of a sudden they have this family at home when they retire and they don't know what to do they don't allow to do with the kids you know they have been around. And so that's why the divorce rate in the nfl's like eighty percent. It's terrible yet. They want this but they don't want to put the work in so you can't do. It just takes effort right. You're thinking real well through that. But i mean for a lotta guys. They haven't had that much money before. So how do you manage your money or all the temptation other so many things. So many things here pressure like you know. There's a guy that's been playing for ten years right. That has all this money because he's been successful. He's put a lot of time and he deserves it but he's got rings in cars and watches and suits and then all of a sudden twenty-three comes in in his like. Oh i'm going to get that stuff to right in over their head. I've seen guys who gambled all their money away every weekend. They get their checking. Go gamble at so it's ever know but one thing i wanted to ask you because you grew up minnesota you've been to nfl games. You've seen the craziness how many the fans love it. Yes soccer's actually the world's biggest sport. That's right yeah. Tell me about like compare like when you're in africa when you're in the uk and going to a soccer game yeah what that phantoms lake in those arenas are like yes. Soccer game compared to the nfl. Yeah that's right. 'cause i loved going to minnesota games school and you know yeah. The purple people eaters back right. Yeah so i mean it's cash levels are definitely high but i would say when you go overseas and you experienced soccer me hugh. We have a lot of professional sports. A lot of the best athletes don't play soccer in america but overseas that top sport is soccer. And there's not a close second and it's a huge distance between the the second most popular sport in fans. It's it's so deep that like when you go to scotland for example like the classic rivalry celtic and rangers. Well rangers are blue celtic green and white. You got the hoops. And i remember. My dad went over there on a business trip and he was wearing a hat. That was green. You know that was they had he brought over and he's going over into the rangers fans and the guy next to just said ach you take that offer. You're gonna get killed in a right you. You wear that color over there. And so it's not quite like inner city gangs. But you know it couldn't be more revved up in in for a lot of people that's their number one is their football team and Nothing casual about it and there's a lot of sing and there's joe and there's there's dancing and singing soccer stands It's a great sport. But i would say that Even some of these context is not as much family sport. I'll grab my kids. We go to the baseball games. Family sport you know. Good time for the whole family Soccer in the stands like that's probably gonna be pg thirteen. Are you know it's like it's a competitive environment. They tell you it seems like they take their drinking way serious over there like yet for the soccer games right there is. There's both ends. There's some that go excessive there but there's also a culture where you go to the pub and just relax togetherness the place you go and a lot of people. Just have a drink at the pub. And but when i'd say about the appreciation of the sport overseas is that they pick up on every little nuance and sometimes when americans watch soccer. Maybe don't know sport as well as like a big listener goal. You know and those happen but when you understand the sport In addison kerr genuine overseas overseas. Go to a match because you pick up on it and you just see. There's a lot of soccer intelligence in the stands and they appreciate they understand the game. Great detail yeah. I had a gentleman on He's a he's a an A law professor at american university and his name escapes me. Right now. brian. You may remember but And he grew up seven years in africa to maryland and he was an incredible soccer player. He said i need to have shoes grownup. We just played soccer. Like we'd go out. We had a ball. It was raggedy. we'd kick it around. yes america. Everybody has these great shoes grasses perfect in its legs. It's like it's crazy. He said he said that. So what got me through. Though was i was so good at soccer that it made me. I wasn't great in english. An speak it. Well yeah. But i had so many friends because of what i could do on the field your throat brings so many different.
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Everyone welcome back to huddle up with gus. We're back in the sixteen thirty one digital new studio one fm for hosting us Are great podcast on their platform and we wanna thank manscaping go to manscaping dot com put into code gusts for all caps and get twenty percent off and free shipping We were talking jesse about You know his his Trying to think about what had happened is like almost like a near death experience. Because you're taking a drug that is ruining like your dreams that you started from when you were three yet. Put you in this place. And i can't imagine the thoughts that the the motions that were going through and then tell me about the moment that if you can remember what really brought you out of all this. Yeah you know. I think in life. Sometimes it's getting blindsided. I mean gus when you're in the pocket the guys you could see coming you kind of brace yourself and you get ready to take the blow but when they bled sentence on the outside and they hit you from behind and that's what this did to me. I mean it shook me to the core and it meant a lot of changes in my life and that ten years. That's a long haul and long though it's a long haul in part charting that progress was just to note because when it's that long you don't always feel like you're taking steps forward but i could go back to the charts and say okay. Look what's happened and starts remembering honestly. I would try jobs in just physically couldn't do it. I mean it was lawn where i took it for the summer three times. I got stepped. Strep throat my body. Just couldn't handle it. And it's like i can't do this yet so i would try to take a step forward wouldn't happen. I ended up going to school. And i realized that will be the least physically demanding years and never read the bible going outside new and i started volunteering in churches and in for anyone thinking about a different career or second career. You know maybe after your first career is over When i'd say shadow somebody. Galileo experience is hard to steer parked car so get involved. I volunteer with kids in. I didn't do much. I didn't know much of the time. Either in that context but i started to get involved. Just serve in something inside. Started to wake up where it's like. This has got some potential night. The it's gonna look like but through internships and again not physically demanding but you know volunteering. Part time i was able then to go to school and take those four years dive in dallas and then ended up going up to you. Receive iowa and i served up there. I was serving his college faster. Hawkeye's so still in the big ten. But now i'm going against the rival except there but i loved it because i knew what it was like to show up on a college campus. At that time my life was good on the outside and in sports grades parties. You know everything was good. And i couldn't figure out what was missing in new to sony. People showing up on campus. I grew up in religious homes and You know in the mid west lutheran catholic relationship with god and so to be able to enter in. I worked with guys like aaron kampman in dallas clark. And you guys that went onto the nfl. We're in our group but used a great time with college. Students and i just noticed Even when i accepted the position so you have to go for a weekend to try to get the position kinda day weekend. And i got into. I just didn't going to be able to handle that weekend. I was still at that point. You know so. Many years later. Where i don't know if i get through the weekend so it was. I was out on a limb trying to come come back and come forward. And i didn't know what my body could handle and in i made it through that weekend. It was like in invited me up in the first year but the end of the first year all of a sudden i just had my strength back and that is such a good feeling. I mean if you've been sick for a while it's like a week or a year your knee surgery when you start to get your strength back. It's one of the best feelings. I felt like that as a gift to be able to. Just try to keep up. The costumes fielded do what i really enjoy. And health is something that can be fragile. Don't take it for granted. Know i had to face it in my twenties. Most people are twenty. You know of limitations. Aren't there and i. I think it it forced me to in some ways Just go face to face with some of the most intense realities. And i don't think i would have grown if i didn't go through this. You know if i posted at great career in england and you know we want some different titles like out. Just become back feeling good but when you go through the valley i mean. There's just things you learn there. You can't learn in the classroom. You can't learn in success and that thing just tested me the core and so. I'm grateful in that sense but it was brutal like i say so who. Who was so when you play sports like we were talking about earlier that you have these mentors. You have coaches. There's people that you can relate to. Was there somebody when you were going through all this that you would call. Yeah and you could just sit and talk to you. Did you have a coach or somebody like that. Yup there was a guy. Jeff jeff johnson graduated from stanford. And i'll tell you I just didn't feel comfortable. Latin guys in and it's like i just can't think of a guy just felt safe enough to even cry in jeff. I just felt like you know. There's a great relationship you can describe it but there's just something about it will you just know and you can be yourself safe. You can just put it out there in in it solid. You know you're going to be loved. Saint page and i just started to shadow. Ask them questions nonstop. But he's patient with me. He had such an impact on my life and my family wasn't too excited. I was going this direction. Just because it's not their belief system. And i i understand that respect that but jeff was someone who is you. Need someone in your corner yell you can go back to rocky and mickey no view on movies but you need someone in your corner that you know has your back that has been Interest in mind in knows how to help you. Take that next force. You can spread your wings and indus discover you know new experiences new gifts and that was jeff johnson He sounds like when we played. When i was with the vikings when we played the packers minnesota i turned around. Adrian peterson. We had scored a touchdown at the end of the game. And i said. I'm giving throw the ball every place like all right. Let's do it. So i literally threw the ball for a touchdown. Yeah jeff johnson. And it's.
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
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"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"To this week's potluck with gusts fifteen year. Nfl quarterback. gus. Ron passion. For sports has taken him on the field and behind the benches play for seven. Nfl franchises with one hundred fourteen. Td's under his belt gust who the players are and how the games are won it every day. You get to hang out with an nfl quarterback case sports fans from the dell and plush six hundred forty one digital studios. It's so snap your chinstraps off kicked to. Hey everyone welcome to another episode of up with gus. I'm your host gusts viraat fifteen year. Nfl quarterback. and i want to welcome you to the sixteen thirty one digital news podcast studio so today. We're sitting here and thank you to sixteen thirty one digital news for for hosting us. I also wanna thank sounder. Fm that's our podcast platform man without them. We haven't been getting the audience you know before we got onto sound or now with sounder. Our audiences increased a new listeners. Have come on in droves. So thank you to sounder and all their new transcription and everything that they're doing and you know we wanna thank In the last month we did a big promotion with man's gaped and so We wanna think manscaping for for letting us work with them and hopefully becoming a partner so thank you to scape And you can still go to man. Scape dot putting my code gusts virata all caps at g. f. r. e. r. o. T. t. e. And you can get twenty percent off and free shipping on any products that they have and they have the new lawnmower four point. Oh now it's not the lawnmower that you'd think but if your guy you probably need it so today joining us as professional soccer player and somebody that i think his story just relate so well to really why i started this podcast and because we all find our path in life so jesse. Bradley has found his path in life and i think he doesn't amazing job of it. He's a speaker. He goes around and tell us his story He s faith is amazing. he's been through many trials. He's been tested. His faith has been tested. And i think he just has an amazing story. He was a goalkeeper in the us and scotland in zimbabwe and joining us. Now is jesse bradley. Jesse how you doing buddy gus. Thanks so much for having me on the podcast. I appreciate you know. I watched you as a player. I always enjoyed watching. You play the podcast. I love that you go beyond the field. You really capture the stories in the journeys of different athlete. So thanks for inviting me on the show today. Yeah yeah thanks for joining me. you know. it's it's a lot of fun to be able to get to talk to people especially from different backgrounds and and we all come from a different place on a lot of times we end up in the same area so tell me a little bit about your story in that moment where you fell in love with sports because i read a little bit about you where it said that you when you were three you are going to be a professional athlete. It has been early for me. You know. I grew up on the campus. He mercy of minnesota the golden gophers probably the toughest mascot but big ten. I mean we had the barn back then with both hockey basketball williams arena was shaking so there was so much passion minnesota winters. You gotta find something real hockey player. So i watched it started to play it but then basketball caught my heart and make the choice. Went with basketball and you know. I told my parents first. Apartment was in the parking lot of the football stadium for the gophers. And so you couldn't miss it. There's maroon and gold everywhere. And i started going to the games with my parents told them. This is what. I wanna do girl up and that never changed. I mean i sports for me I started playing football. I just grab a. Footballs will kid. And that was the quarterback and wide receiver. And catch it the snow or i would put up a nerf hoop and i would be both teams. I was on a kid so you know it wasn't something anyone had to say. You need to get in falls around our neighborhood. We just played all the time to vanclief park and does all the kids were playing out the streets and then of course we found games too but When my parents got divorced at eight seven. I would say that i even put myself more into sports if that was possible because of that pain right there and that loss that void. It's like well. What do i really enjoy life. And i didn't have anything. I enjoyed more than sports. And and so. I played three sports in high school. It was basketball soccer. And i also baseball. But i just couldn't get enough sports. I loved it. Minnesota is a great town. Lit plane for the vikings and living there. I lived in rochester. Then i live uptown. And i've been all over and i you know in the wintertime. Obviously but when we're there for the football season and everything starts reason over one of my favorite things just riding around seeing the pond start freezing overseeing everyone start to get them ready and they were they would clean the snow off the rinks. All sudden. there'd be a bench that there'd be a goal then it'd be lights and it was a minnesota was amazing in. It's it's a great place to play sports some of sports Athletes that come out of their incredible. You're right you're right and you gotta be resourceful so it's ice fishing making a pond. I mean those wintertime's but minnesotans are pretty rugged is well and you know. We had kevin mchale that i watched growing up dave winfield. We were hoping you were going to bring us that long awaited super bowl gusts. You know. I hey i wanted i wanted to. I mean i would love that. you know. But we've minnesota has been so close so many times you know they're they went from me and mild behind and then in two thousand eight and they bring brett farve in two thousand nine and i told coach. Jody it's like just have both of us. We're gonna have eighty years between us like what kind of what team has experience like. How which i get. I know that they really wanted brett. But that which which is fine but man they have. Minnesota has been so close from gary anderson You missed field goal. That has brutal. Yeah oh man. I grew up. You know we would go to the old stadium before the metrodome. The old met stadium. My grandpa is a famous surgeon at mercy of minnesota renown just a lot of pioneering work but he gets season tickets so we would go. Do remember the cigars. I was there in the game where they threw the bottle and hit the wrath. My seat from meddled stadium still. Yeah but tell me like. It's it's like it's colder than green bay. Wanna say because. I've played out green bay. It's been cold. I played outdoors in new york. It's been really cold but cold for some reason.
US Adds 559K Jobs as Firms Still Struggle to Fill Positions
"There is more evidence employers are having trouble finding workers as the economy rapidly reopens businesses added five hundred fifty nine thousand jobs last month this is a good report it's not a great report economists like PNC financial services group's Gus voce had predicted closer to six hundred fifty or seven hundred thousand jobs job postings hit a record high with employers caught off guard by the fast recovery looking to hire immediately wages were up for a second straight month but the number of people working or looking for work dropped in may after three months of games the unemployment rate fell from six point one two five point eight percent Sager made Donnie Washington
SoCal Edison To Remove 11K Los Angeles County Palm Trees
"Santa Ana winds are expected to pick up this evening across the south land and continue on through tomorrow. Gus between 35 to 55 MPH, combined with low humidity and dry vegetation means there will be a heightened risk of wildfires in the region and with high temperatures hitting between 80 and 90 degrees Starting tomorrow into Thursday, officials are warning residents to stay prepared. There could be down trees and power outages from this event. It all comes in Southern California Edison announced last week that they'll be cutting down about 11,000 palm trees located near their power lines starting in April. Utility giant says it will help mitigate the threat of wildfires So fire prone local areas could see removals including Senate, Carina
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"When warner lefty see what new york and what you see on espn and some of these other sports channels in some way shape or form. These guys are warner wolfe. He's the first one that started you know. Hey you're the week and all this stuff and he became legendary an ice to watch him and all the other sports guys in town right up until the fact. When i got my first job in tv which was in seventy seven down in harrisonburg. I was watching the local sports guys. Hear glenn brenner. Who was the best. I've ever seen george michael eventually was also but we had a guiding nick. Charles who was a great sportscaster. He passed away but he was fabulous. We had a bunch of dc. So that's sort of how i you know. I knew i was going to go to college to get into broadcasting. I applied today. You american university james madison which back then was madison. College and the university of miami and florida got accepted at all three. Which was i would never happen today. And and. I ended up going miami actually for semester and it was so i couldn't get into the campus radio station and was just crazy right transferred to madison. I played football in high school. And i was a kicker. I was pretty good in fact her. Show you this in my office. This is my square toed. Yeah a and this is the same shoe. Mark moseley at when he kicked the redskins and back then gus a lot of your listeners viewers know this but kickers did not kick soccer style. There were no soccer south. Kickers back then. And you noticed gus but everybody was a straight on kicker moseley george blanda obviously was one of the best ever. I was in high school too. Yeah you so I and my my high school football coach had then gone to james madison to be offensive line coach and he helped me transfer from miami madison thinking. That would come there as a putter too. And i was pretty decent punter and i was thinking that i would punt at madison so i got there to madison and i never wanted. I went right to the campus radio station. And that's how. I got into to sports there so i worked there campus station. Does that look familiar. Yes it does ladies and gentlemen the spring of seventy four calm seven. Yeah i you still right at my favorite part of the month stash. Yeah my god. S horrifying tv in harrisonburg from harrisonburg. I went to chattanooga from chattanooga to nashville from nashville to atlanta and then from atlanta to dc. And i came up here in. Nineteen eighty-four worked at the fox station for fourteen years. Did a lot of freelance play-by-play did i did navy. Football for seven years on the radio Nfl on fox games. A lot of college basketball filled in for a great play by play. Guy did the bullets named mel proctor. And that's how. I got into the bullets games. Ninety six ninety seven he was he had left to go to san diego padres and i had done some fill in for him and i'd worked with will share..
"gus" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Everyone welcome to another episode of huddle up with gus. I'm your host gusts. Farrah fifteen year. Nfl quarterback. i'm here in the six thirty one digital news studio. But you know as you can see another week of being in my daughter's bedroom So you know. I wanna thank six thirty one digital news for for helping me produce a show putting it on their new platform. And then also i wanna thank sounder. Fm big shot off. Tim kelly and those guys for bringing me onto their platform. Really like what they're doing and how they're changing the world of technology and podcasting so Today's guests i have to on so this has got to be a great show Fila near who was drafted into the nba by the baltimore. Bullets back in nineteen seventy one and fill no fence but that was the euros born. I have to hear that from a lot of people. I played with so i finally get the state to somebody else but You know back in seventy three time. Nba all star Just amazing basketball player will go into a little bit of that. And then also steve buck somebody. I know from my times with the back in washington. Dc covered me. And when i was playing. And and you know steve was pretty good. He said a lot of nice things about me surprisingly You know. I just interviewed. Michael wilbad steve and other say like man. I really like tony kornheiser all that much. You're adding really meaning but steve. You're always so nice to be. And you know. Steve you doing this for so long. You guys you and phil together Did the wizards while bullets. Then the wizards games for like twenty years What a what a crew you guys made. And now you've taken this show on the road. And now you to have your own podcast because on the road with the buck and phil and i think you guys do it because there's so many things you probably wanted to say on the air but never had the opportunity and podcasting let you bring out those stories that you probably always wanted to say so. Fill in steve's thank you for joining me on huddle up with gus. How are you guys. You're great gusts truthfully. We do it because we have nothing else to do. Gus we find ourselves walking around thumbs and now seriously we work together. Obviously for twenty years. I knew phil even before that i used to referee in a summer league washington. A basketball league game. What these ama- tactical. Yeah which observing undeserving deserve correct. Yeah well i guess what just to say why. You deserve the technical foul but be that as it. May that was back in the seventies gus when we had this this league here called the urban coalition neg which was a great late and it was a summer league. It was in in a gymnasium at roosevelt high school and it was a gym and it was small and it was hot but all these great players played in bullets had a team in there so it was on it and you know we had a bunch of guys that were on the bullet team truck robinson and a lot of these guys played and And i referee. That was the first time ever met phil but who would have thought that. Let's say that was seventy three and we started working together seriously in about ninety seven. Who would have thought that that many years later we be partners then we were for twenty years so you know we. We've developed quite a relationship of very close friendship as you can imagine because you can't work with somebody for twenty years and not be really good friends with them. It's just not gonna last so it's been quite a relationship..
How to Build a Successful Value-Driven News Membership Model
"Read many stories about news innovators in europe and the united states. But what is it like to lounge digital bone outlet in the global south. What are those challenges and opportunities for funders who take the plunge in those countries. Our guest today is one of those founders. He's name is tiny gut. He was editor chief. John one of argentina's newspapers and in two thousand seventeen. He laughed to find rhodesian one of the most innovative examples of digital newspapers in the global south today china will talk about membership human journalism and social empathy and how to measure success of audience participation chine- welcome and thank you for being with us today. Thank you very much thirty for this invitation for having here. I'm regulatory audience of this podcast. So pleasure and a privilege to be thanks. Thank you so much. So i want to start with a personal question. What did you do. Why did you leave a good secure job at an established newspaper to lounge a small new startup. that's a person in question and to make the long story short. I would say i when i was twenty seven year. Old longtime ago any flow very particular path. Down there are a decider graphic. satoru Decided rector innovation director and finally eighteen chief and twenty one is at the company and for years eight chief. I decided to step down And i would say sort of to change the nature of of my challenges. Of course it was a big and beautiful challenge to lead that talented newsroom of almost two hundred people And we work and we do have a lot of fun and success in bringing into the twenty first century Great media brand Born in the nineteenth century But on the other hand today i feel that is also an enormous and also beautiful challenge to create a new media bencher from scratch So to bringing a small but also very talented team That by building this this new media we are trying to answer some essential questions to to our craft journalism and also to me. So how can we acknowledge the the media fatigue And media avoidance phenomenon for example. Or or how can we cover the most pressing social issues we face as society and covered in a different way and probably the most interesting question. A how does this. But equally experience of the twenty first century people's participation can affect journalism. So i would say that the coral of of We are trying to hook like the broadcast. One way or the model per line that was born with us media And he's one of the challenges. Our industry spacey facing. I'm sorry it wasn't short. The the answer but i have two more things to say. There is almost no secure job now. Our industry I think everything is at risk An acknowledging daddy. I think it's a good thing on the other hand. I believe that in the end. I guess That why i step down being there to of great media. Well i guess it has to do a lot with a very personal calling on that I read a sentence which i found very very interesting. What you said. Human journalists can rebuild social empathy. Can you explain to us what it means Yes we believe that the problems we are facing us society. The challenges are very complex and of course Demands complex many times complex solutions and we are not going to find those solutions without an open dialogue between institution politicians and citizens So pariah station. For example. it's it's it's almost the name of the social conversation today at is preventing us to find those solutions. An in-depth sense. i believe. Journalism has an important role in terms of showing Other words helping us understand other opinions For amd we'd take this very seriously advocates axiom. So we been trying sort of new full matz that help how to help us our own To have more empathy with different lives people that lives in a different way of thinking in a different way than myself So it has to do with how we build a more robust set citizenship. That helps that public dialogue to evolve and on find real solutions. Gus dose dilutes might should have at the end semaine back in personal and institutional decisions
Miami-Dade Police report death of Captain Gustavo Duarte
"Morning again by Director of the Miami Dade Police Department. Freddy Ramirez, you follow on Twitter, by the way, it M DPD underscore Director your warranty. Freddy. Good to talk to him. Morning, Jimmy. How you doing, my friend. I'm doing all right. Sad note to start. I know you lost a long time member of the Miami Dade Police department on Tuesday morning. You tell us about Captain Gust Duarte. A terrible, terrible loss for our department has been a rough two weeks for law enforcement here in Miami Dade County got started was a 36 year veteran of the department. Loved by his peers, tremendous impact in our community. I feel terrible for his wife, Amy and his Children, the biggest accomplishment in print that I could say Gus left in this department, he was responsible for the largest deployment and installation body camps. Molly and all law enforcement Well over 2000 body cams, and Gus did that with his team and made our law enforcement community relations. Ah, hold out better and we will forever miss him and We thank him for his service. All right, thanks. Yes, we saw you do to thank you, Freddie. We've
Capitol Police union presses ahead with no-confidence vote in leadership
"The union representing U. S. Capitol, police officers plans to hold a no confidence vote this weekend. The department's leadership more than a month after the January 6 deadly riot, U S Capitol police acting chief you'll get onto Pittman is promising significant changes to operations policies and procedures. After five people died, including a police officer when supporters of former president Trump stormed the capital. But the chairman of the officers union, says Pittman, a 20 year department veteran and other members of upper management have been the problem all these years. U S CAPITOL Police Labor Committee chairman Gus Pop a thon, A CEO says the union has no faith in the leadership of Capitol police, and we'll go forward with a no confidence vote in the department's executive leadership.
Historical Costuming with Dr. Christine Millar of Sewstine
"Climb christine. I go on the internet as so steam. And i am a lot of things really. I am historical costumer who focuses on digital embroidery and extremely detailed trim. But i'm also a physician by trade. So i do work in a hospitals as anesthesiologist through this pandemic and i also do a god. I also have a youtube channel. Where i talk about how to create these things and really. I also focused on instagram. And so i just wanna take a moment and again. Thank you for being here. Because i do not know how you do all these things. You're also a mother of an adorable. I think he's too now toddler so i just want to thank you for taking the time to be here especially with everything you have going on. Oh my god. I can't believe. I forgot to mention the family. Yes mother and game. So i just want to kind of learn a little bit more about you. Do you have an earliest memory of clothing. That might have stuck with you over the years. Did you first realize the transformative power of clothing. I love to ask people this question. Oh my okay. So i was born in korea and i came to the united states when i was three and a half so i have a lot of memories of sitting in korea watching american disney movies like the little mermaid as well as There's an anime cult candy candy. I don't know if you've ever heard of it. But it's basically a yellow haired american girl who wears fluffy roughly dresses all over the place. And i was so obsessed with pink ruffled gowns especially after areas pink dress in little mermaid that my aunt actually got me a nine petty bridesmaid dress for like a little four year old girl and i was so big on me and i remember wearing it for the first time and it was the most happy moment of my childhood and from there on i think i just became obsessed with drawing in trying to capture addresses and the older i got i the more i realized what i really wanted to do was not just draw these dresses but actually had to wear these dresses. Yeah and i'd love to hear a little bit more about that. Because i think everyone probably has their own unique origin story about how they came to historical costuming. How did it all start for you. I believe you kind of started in caused play to if i'm not incorrect. That's exactly it. I initially started in. 'cause play. I noticed i was doing a lot of costuming for some of my favorite power. Females like the tana princess leia. you know Firefly characters and that's where i started end but the real one that i really want to make was katrina from sleepy hollow particularly that black and white striped dress that she works for about fifteen seconds in the end. I initially made it in college end to turn out right but you know i loved it enough that it. I just realized that my favorite movie costumes were all historically based and once. I realized that it was really easy to just kind of focus on that i kind of went. The steam punk route and did a lot of eighties bustle dresses. One of which. I got into the new york times style section when i was in college and that gave me the like the positive energy boost i needed to religious focus all my energies into historical. And that's not to say. I still don't do 'cause play in fact i'm working on a cost play right now for another power female a sister of battle for more than forty k which seems like a completely turnaround but to me. It's just you know more of the same like you know detailed female power stuff and i'm not cost player or historical costumer of but i come from a career as a costume supervisor in a costume designer i started in theater and then i got into film and tv but i have this just incredible appreciation and fascination with these communities both the 'cause play community and historical costuming community. They're not necessarily mutually exclusive as you attest to you. Know they are really quite intermingled. A lot of the times. Even though. I don't participate in these communities. I really really anxious. I just think it's so cool do so for those who may not know. Can you please tell us a little bit more about this worldwide historical costume community and cause play community and maybe just kind of start by defining those things. 'cause i don't think everyone may know the difference. That's a really good point. So i say cost play his costumer like everybody knows but so cost player. Is someone who makes costumes for movies. Tv shows games sort of like established Ip already out there. So you know someone who's a cost player making a princess leia costume versus on historical customer may take a museum piece or a picture from say like an old fashioned panel and try to recreate those so it's different goals so the cost player tends to try to make things as screen accurate as possible or take their own spin on a two degree while the historical customer is all about trying to get things to look historically accurate or correct the historical time period. But these are vague goals. You know everybody has their own specific goals when it comes to costuming which is really one of the most delicious parts of it. Yeah and i think just seeing how many all these people all around the world who have been introduced to through instagram. That's how i became familiar with you and a lot of your peers was just through instagram. And the para social media but admits so many wonderful people and so many people who have incredibly different approaches to as you mentioned these same historical or cause play approaches so just so cool so you yourself have built this incredible online presence for yourself you instagram and youtube as you mentioned at so steen is your handle. And you're really just showing all of these various historical dress projects that you've created at your in home studio which is just incredible. I love you can tell us a little bit about your selection process. What is your inspiration between starting these different projects so omen inspiration from everywhere and think. There's always about fifteen different projects night years going through my head at any point in time so a lot of times. What'll happen is i will learn something about or i will be able to actually procure a certain fabric. So for instance right now. I'm working on the dressed. That marie antoinette whereas in the two thousand and six the couple of film marie-antoinette in the chapel or the church which has the strawberries on it. This particular fabric is woven in italy. It's based off of seventeen eighties. Waistcoat in a museum collection. Somewhere in this particular fabric was actually used in about three different films including the original dangerous liaisons movie and it is so hard to get if you can even buy it. It usually runs about three hundred euros a meter so for me. That is like you know. I might be a doctor but i can't. I can't spend that much right on top of it. It wasn't even like procurable. Until very recently i was able to actually buy it because Not the original. But some other company on oetzi started making a knockoff of it. And i don't know how legal his is but on the other hand. It's based off of original waistcoat. And the you know the trademark on run out like two hundred fifty years ago so the fact is you know this. Other companies started offering. It was very similar. The colors are almost identical slightly. Different here and there but it was so close and the fact that they were able to offer it at a significant discount from the original price meant that it went from being pipedream in the back of my head to something. I could actually do now so a lot of times. It'll be that i finally find. The fabric actually comes available or in the case of the strawberry dress which i turn into which is strawberry regency dress. I always want to make address. But i really didn't like the roses on the original inventory. Not because i dislike roses. Or i think it's ugly. I've just digitized so many roses but then suddenly the strawberry gus went. I like i can just turn those roses and strawberries. And no one's gonna care or mind. So i was able to do that as well. So it's all about what becomes available to.
Building AI Teams and Functions in the Enterprise - with Dr. Dmitry Efimov of American Express
"So dmitry. I wanna kick this episode off talking first about just the difference between i guess the research side of the production side of machine learning. You're on the research side. Obviously you're very familiar with the business problems at american express but i think a lot of folks listening aren't really aware that there's different strata of what different kinds of emo teams do within a mature. Enterprise what are those groups you always is it research and deployment is there. Are there three of them. Were these core clusters. And how do they work at it. Yeah that's very interesting question. A little bit of background. How different companies surprise that. In fact i know several companies called in a way that okay you build a model you build this model and after that you should implement it in production by yourself and you should try that though by yourself and you should make sure that this model works and at the american express. We have a different approach in my opinion. That approach is much more efficient. So basically within american express we have several levels before we have model in production and of course the stage is when we start in a work in some business problem in trying to understand how we can improve existed mobile. Or how we can build new modal. The benefits our customers and create them more though because we do a lot of analysis date on some data some we do some across nation and after that we start working with the capability and infrastructure team. And actually this is the second another layer where they take our model. Nba implemented production. And there's very close collaboration between different flavors and one thing which is very important and in fact this is on his story i have. I didn't mention that because before. Job before joining american express. Actually i was at university and i participated in chicago competition. Ohio about cowgill and in fact just as a side note this great community and more important than alone the law. What's happening in fact. There was one competition that me and my partner one in twenty thirteen battles competition organized by by american express. But the reason why. I stopped talking about. That is that in competitions. Actually people use very interesting technique that called in sambol and symbol means that you train many different models like model and after that build another model on the talk and obtained prediction model so just combined several moguls to get and in fact that does work in production because if you try to you know iran one thousand models in production simultaneously so you will never be able to get the prediction with unlimited number time. I can tell you that. For our use case we have to make decisions within two three milliseconds to seconds to take all day to prepare features and obtained the yeah. You can't do that yes. So that's why when you do research you have to be very careful. What approach to us. Yeah okay it's not disconnected from production. Because if you just went with your capital strategies on historical sandbox data. You're never going to build something. Amex is gonna use is what you're saying. That's that's what. I learned that the american express when i joined gus when i joined. Americans press look hundred models and improved performance now. Unfortunately you cannot do that. So that's why. Might you should find mike smart the way where you can reach the performance of this and sambaing bought the gather with that defense. Yeah this is. This is a really big challenge. Dmitri is that the world you know. I think about it. Broadly could be much more granular. But i think about it. Broadly there's two sides of the talent scale that make. Hey i in the enterprise really hard to do one is that you know the vp's directors heads of were not technical. They don't really understand. Conceptually what i do. They don't really understand the representative use cases. They don't really understand strategically how it could be relevant. And so we're gonna make little toy projects. We're going to have really poor assumptions about the results. We can get within. What kinds of time and just all sorts of bad decisions from the top. We're gonna happen. Similarly people like you come in from university you know all smart and fancy but whatever you did to get an a. on your paper and whatever you did hits a winnebago competition just so different than what you need to do with limited compute in real time with actual customer money on the line integrated with real. It systems not some. You know your own little laptop with python running or something. It's so different than it. feels like. You've had to osmosis the business into you and probably a lot of the other side of amex has had to osmosis technical understanding of yes together so okay so these are hard lessons learned. Yes that's completely correct. And in fact i can tell her that. For example people who worked for on. I can tell that we have the best island because when people come to american express even people with let's say condemning experience or some research experience the learn a lot of new things than the standard exit though the things that are not like you know the similar demand if you do some package. It's very different. You know when you're working in industry especially in the
"gus" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"You really. Shouldn't half with me. James warrick the podcast. Where each week we unwrap a stories on the worst gaps august. I've ever been given as well as taking a look at the highlights of career. My guest this week is former. Nfl quarterback yaas ross drafted by washington in one thousand. Nine hundred four. Gus would spend a total of fifteen seasons in me leading the detroit. Lions and denver broncos the playoff appearances whilst playing for the cincinnati. Bengals saint louis. Rams miami dolphins and the minnesota vikings where he became one of only thirteen quarterback today to be involved in one thousand nine yard touchdown. Play gusto by to talk to me about his football along with the worst gift he's given suggests.
Personalized brain stimulation alleviates severe depression symptoms
"Two studies out today suggest ways to improve treatments for depression and obsessive compulsive behavior. Using brain stimulation. Thea Pro just delivers pulses of electric or magnetic energy to certain areas in the brain. Scientists report that stimulation is more effective when it is customized for each patient. MPR's Jon Hamilton has more Brain stimulation is usually reserved for people who haven't been helped by drugs or other treatments. People like this woman in her thirties who had severe unrelenting depression, the world was slow. And gray and flat. Everything kind of tasted the same. No actual sense of enjoyment or No ability to imagine NPR agreed not to use the woman's name to protect her medical privacy. After five years of searching for help, she got into a study run by Dr Katherine Scan. Gus of the University of California San Francisco. Scandals is part of a team trying to improve deep brain stimulation, which implants wires in the brain to deliver tiny pulses of electricity. Traditional deep brain stimulation has typically stimulated in one location. In every patient without really an understanding of how that effects each individual's depression symptoms. Scandals thought she might be able to relieve the woman's depression using a different approach. So she created a map of her patient's brain that showed which area was associated with each symptom. She had an iPad and she marked off her level of depression and anxiety. An energy level in response to each pulse of neuromodulation. Then scandals used that information to design a deep brain stimulation system that monitored these areas and delivered pulses on Lee when there were signs of trouble. Our goal is to develop a brain pacemaker. That can nudge these depressions circuits back into their healthy state and keep them there. And for this patient, it worked, she recalls. The first time doctors stimulated one particular area of her brain. I wasn't really expecting anything to happen, and then suddenly It was this kind of wash off the sense of pleasurable happiness and glee, and I literally think I giggled. She says The implanted stimulator she went home with is still doing its job. Months later. The world is Is back. I'm back. I feel like myself again. A personalized approach to brain stimulation also seemed to help people with obsessive compulsive behaviors. Trade. Grover, a graduate student at Boston University, was part of a team that studied people who had thoughts that wouldn't go away or behaviors that they felt compelled to repeat, checking whether we've switched the stove off or not. Have you washed her hands enough in, particularly in times like ours today in the pandemic, Such behaviors can be exacerbated. The team knew that these kinds of behaviors are linked to problems in the brain's reward network. So they studied the activity in this network for about 60 patients. Then they devised a unique stimulation treatment for each person. Grover says The treatment sends pulses of alternating current through electrodes placed on the scalp. It allows us to stimulate the brain. And mimic the kinds off Ray to make activity patterns that are typically associated with healthy behavior, He says. People who got the treatment instead of a placebo got better. By the fifth day of stimulation, obsessive compulsive behaviors had significantly reduced. On average. There was a 28% reduction, and Grover says the treatment works best on people with the most severe symptoms. Both studies appear in the journal Nature Medicine. Jon Hamilton NPR news
Personalized brain stimulation alleviates severe depression symptoms
"Two studies out today suggest ways to improve treatments for depression and obsessive compulsive behavior. Using brain stimulation. Thea Pro just delivers pulses of electric or magnetic energy to certain areas in the brain. Scientists report that stimulation is more effective when it is customized for each patient. MPR's Jon Hamilton has more brain stimulation is usually reserved for people who haven't been helped by drugs or other treatments. People like this woman in her thirties who had severe, unrelenting depression. The world was slow and gray and flat. Everything kind of tasted the same. No actual sense of enjoyment or No ability to imagine NPR agreed not to use the woman's name to protect her medical privacy. After five years of searching for help, she got into a study run by Dr Katherine Scan. Gus at the University of California San Francisco. Scandals is part of a team trying to improve deep brain stimulation, which implants wires in the brain to deliver tiny pulses of electricity. Traditional deep brain stimulation has typically stimulated in one location. In every patient without really an understanding of how that effects each individual's depression symptoms. Scandals thought she might be able to relieve the woman's depression using a different approach. So she created a map of her patient's brain that showed which area was associated with each symptom. She had an iPad and she marked off her level of depression and anxiety. An energy level in response to each pulse of neuromodulation. Then scandals used that information to design a deep brain stimulation system that monitored these areas and delivered pulses on Lee when there were signs of trouble. Our goal is to develop a brain pacemaker. That can nudge these depressions circuits back into their healthy state and keep them there. And for this patient, it worked, she recalls. The first time doctors stimulated one particular area of her brain. I wasn't really expecting anything to happen, and then suddenly It was this kind of wash off the sense of pleasurable happiness and glee, and I literally think I giggled. She says The implanted stimulator she went home with is still doing its job. Months later. The world is Is back. I'm back. I feel like myself again. A personalized approach to brain stimulation also seemed to help people with obsessive compulsive behaviors. Trade. Grover, a graduate student at Boston University, was part of a team that studied people who had thoughts that wouldn't go away or behaviors that they felt compelled to repeat, checking whether we've switched the stove off or not. Have you washed her hands enough in, particularly in times like ours today in the pandemic, Such behaviors can be exacerbated. The team knew that these kinds of behaviors are linked to problems in the brain's reward network. So they studied the activity in this network for about 60 patients. Then they devised a unique stimulation treatment for each person. Grover says The treatment sends pulses of alternating current through electrodes placed on the scalp. It allows us to stimulate the brain. And mimic the kinds off Ray to make activity patterns that are typically associated with healthy behavior. He says. People who got the treatment instead of a placebo got better. By the fifth day of stimulation, obsessive compulsive behaviors had significantly reduced On average, there was a 28% reduction, and Grover says the treatment works best on people with the most severe symptoms. Both studies appear in the journal Nature Medicine. Jon Hamilton NPR news
Dallas, wind advisory until 7 this evening
"Very strong and gusty winds across the area today Win Advisory continues till 7 p.m. this evening. Look for Gus potentially up to 50 Miles an hour and that could certainly be enough to down a few trees and power lines will see temperatures in the low to mid 50 strong, gusty northwest winds out there today. 25 to 30 on average, Gusting to 50 clearing Tonight wins gradually fade out Still 10 to 20 Miles an hour. Listen. Alo 37 clouds much less windy Saturday. A high 57. This
interview With Nikki Giovanni
"Of the most striking things that just jumped out at me all the way through your writing and and writing about you and all the way to the latest volume of poetry published in two thousand thirteen is how from the very beginning you were held and cherished and taught by courageous loving women Your mother you were named your first name as yulon right yeah. It used to be when when mommy passed i I had it legally changed the nikki. Just because that's what everybody knows me. I would have never done when mommy was here. I wouldn't. I wouldn't want her to think i didn't want to carry her name. I'm rhonda junior. So how old were were you when you change your name legally ben mommy's been dead ten years so sixty two something like that sixty three years old. And how do you say your grandmother's name. Lavinia lavinia lavinia lavinia. Emma lou watson. Also that you were all sounds like foodies before the the word had been invented. Oh grandmother was a foodie and grandmothers. Friends were foodi. And of course i ended up. Living with grandma not ended up but Was was fortunate to live with grandmother. so mommy was a good cook because she was grandmothers daughter and My on an was a good cook Living with grandmother And i learned all of their tricks. My favorite was of course greens. And i'm still still still working on that because working making greens is one of life's difficulties. Just clean them and stuff. Well mommy mom and grandmother to you pull than to tie the stems and you put the leaves in and he uses stems to flavor and then you pull it out and so she was very good at that but the other thing. I was laughing and laughing about this. You didn't ask him about this. But in grandmother's day you know used to go the market and you bought a live chicken. Actually grandpa did the the marketing and he would bring it home and they put it in the backyard and then grandmother would go out saturday morning and we its neck but you learn to learn to do that and i guess i have learned to. It's something that i'm dealing with on another kind of level but for something to live something else usually dies. There's there's a transition is not something. I would have been able to even to say to you at Even fifty years ago my twenties. I wouldn't have it it's really It's been interesting You reported in nineteen forty. Three's that right And yes and you so you grew up in a i like this. You talk a lot about what we call the sixties what is called the sixties which which you really date from about nineteen fifty four to nineteen sixty eight Which was such a dramatic moment. I mean a lot of transition. I mean you've just been using that word one question. I ask people whoever been talking to you as you know how. Would you describe the religious and spiritual background of your childhood. And i wonder how you would start to talk about that. And i really mean the fullness of that you know that that your family but also that world do you came into I i grew up of course Baptist baptist mount zion baptist church but when when mommy married My father married we call them gusts because daddy gus. When mommy may gust they moved to cincinnati. Because he couldn't get a job he was college graduate. He couldn't get a job in knoxville and so they moved to cincinnati where he could get a job and mommy joined the Ame church but if we're just going to just kinda breeze on religion without getting into anybody's business you know. I recently have been fascinated with. Wyatt is that we don't actually look into the manger more. We always look at the cross. And i think that one of the problems with the manger is that we have to mary credit for bringing god to earth and The book that i'm working on right now actress called a good cry and it's just because Realize women keep a lot of things in them. I do know this for married. I'm gonna give credit having a baby hurts. I don't care who it is. A weird came from having a baby hurts. So i wanna give mary her. Craps and i also want to deal with the fact that as we are giving this birth part of the christian religion is supposed to do is give birth to a new human being you. Ask one kind of question. I don't know if i'm answering it. Strangely no but great. I think this question lands wherever in us. It wants to begin voice. I mean you you also want said you you said jos. Think it must have been a woman who developed the spiritual. Oh gosh when we look at savored which actually slavery is only going to be the end result. We have to look at the kidnapping in africa. We have to look at no matter. What the country. We have to look at the fact that somebody's sold and somebody purchased an and that just cannot be denied. We we're upset of course with the europeans because we say oh they create a slavery they might have but they didn't create the buying and selling of human beings that that had been going on for quite some time all over so we had the people coming across that ocean not knowing where they were going but knowing whatever it was they were not going to go back to where they used to be so somehow another. They had to make a decision. How do we go forward. But it had to be a woman because we're back to the manger we back to marry. We're back to this when women do it had to be a woman who said i need to settle my people down and when you consider there were a lot of languages. Going on yeah. She didn't speak english at that point. They didn't speak. Why healy at that point. They were in many languages. The only common language is going to be So when we get to going to ultimately become the united states these people had created a way to speak to themselves to each other through the language to spare chose. Yeah so when you were twenty five you road. I'm twenty five years old. A revolutionary poet. I- love seth. I want to ask you about the. The i love tacked on at the end of the sentence but i also want to ask you about what you meant at twenty five when you said you'll revolutionary poet and how you hey you look at that now as nikki. Giovanni quite a few years later i think twenty five was good but i always thought twenty five was one fourth of my life
"gus" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Drink so. You. Go! Seconds before disaster I, tell you. Freeze out and drop connection. While the tasks we could you tell us? Oh, yeah? The only issue I have here is when I used to dad lipstick, so it's a little bit right. That's pretty good. Lord! So sorry I have a phone. Call me just quickly. The next few minutes we're GONNA to. Do Things. Now Because listening to the Audio version this amount of check out the video for this one. It's worth it for sure gus in. High School. When I got my first to you because I was sitting in desk and map. And like I just like. Listen to the teacher and I was kind of like balancing my foot, and it caused my pencil to roll out of that like Pencil groove. That's at the top of like desks right so it starts rolling and it goes. It's falling off by desk. Quickly catch it. What happens is the eraser smacks on my shorts. points the pencil up and. Slam, my hand street into this pencil and I vividly remember going. And then I like teaching. Look up! In the millions like in my hand and I am. The teacher looks at me. She's like excuse me then I just go. Go. Go to the nurse WHO's like? You get your in your hand. Yeah, I have dot. There's no way you're going to see that..