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Fresh update on "geno" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:36 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "geno" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"70° and that brings our common news time to 6 O 6 Should the state's management of public lands be allowed to benefit specific groups come as Ryan Harris has the latest on that question before the state Supreme Court Already has an insurance guarantee fund but insurance commissioner might cry or tells the state senior citizens lobby he'll ask lawmakers to expand it and split the contributions evenly among a life disability and health insurers especially with problems with Genworth Financial krager says or just a matter of time and will affect 26,000 policyholders in our state We want to make sure that there's adequate funds to service those policies that are out there with their insolvency And that's why we're looking for this guarantee fund expansion Krager says without the fund it could cost the state a lot of money The commissioner also says he expects lawmakers to address some issues with the new requirement that you pay into a fund for long-term care like that you can't take it with you if you move out of state or how you'll get no benefit if you plan to retire within ten years Ryan Harris communist Police on the scene of a deadly triple shooting in Tacoma at this point details are still unknown but confirmed dead are two women and one man one taken to a hospital with life threatening injuries police are calling this an act of seeing it again is it the 4200 black of east Everett street in Tacoma The circumstances that led up to this are unknown at this point but will continue to follow that through the evening Washington's new legislative districts could run afoul of federal laws get more from como's Jeff Every ten years the state redraws its legislative maps due to a changing population But none of the four maps currently proposed would create a Yakima valley district where most voters are Latino This comes from an analysis by Matt barretto a political science professor at UCLA He tells crosscut that the maps proposed dilute the voting power of Latinos and could violate the federal Voting Rights Act In the past but the city and county of Yakima were forced to change how they conducted their elections after it was discovered the Latino vote in the area was being intentionally suppressed At least one member of the Washington redistricting commission says he plans to submit new maps in hopes of correcting the problem Jeff Poe will come on use onions imported from Mexico by an Idaho based company are at the center of a salmonella outbreak which is sickened hundreds of people across the United States at least at least two have fallen Illinois again more than a 150 have been sickened in Texas and all the outbreak has affected people in at least 37 states and contaminated red yellow and white onions appear to have been imported from Mexico by pro source incorporated between July 1st and August 27th The company has voluntarily recalled all of the onions in question which include jumbo colossal medium and sweet The Food and Drug Administration is trying to figure out if these onions were available to consumers a grocery stores Most who follow ill recover without treatment within about a week though young children older adults and people with weakened immunity systems immune systems could also require a hospital stay before getting better That brings our komo news time to 6 O 9 Let's talk about sports Bill Schwartz at the Beacon plumbing sports update desk in a former husky quarterback is wearing number 17 for the Seahawks Get more on this bill Coach Pete Carroll says he has always liked Jacob Eason's talent so when the Indianapolis Colts waved the former Lake Stevens high school in Washington husky quarterback Seattle jumped and filled a roster spot Easton is now in competition with Marysville native Jake Luton for the backup job behind Geno Smith Russell Wilson making progress from finger surgery but still no timetable for his return The hot dose of the New Orleans Saints next Monday night A domino effect is now underway in college athletic conferences Texas and Oklahoma are leaving the big 12 for the SEC the big 12 were replaced them with Cincinnati Houston and Central Florida which means the American athletic conference needs teams and they're going to add 6 schools including rice Alabama Birmingham and Charlotte There is no specific year for any of those moves Sports updates at ten and 40 after the hour Bill schwarz come on in It is Thursday Night Football and in Cleveland the browns are leading the Broncos tend to nothing and that is in the second quarter so we'll continue to follow that Of course through the evening right here on komo news Well we are continuing as you know to wade through our situation here at como after our cyberattacks so every once in a while if it sounds like we're kind of fumbling around like this noise elisa That's the sound of papers as we're shuffling So well I do agree I'll keep reading You keep reading Tell me what you know what down your way Well this is just happened and folks expected it to happen today but U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director doctor Rochelle Walensky this evening endorsed recommendations for booster doses for Moderna's and Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccines and so that's gonna let millions more Americans start getting those booster shots Walensky also endorsed the mix and match approach to boosters saying that people who are eligible could choose whichever vaccine they wanted as a booster and the CDC realigned its recommendations for the existing recommendation for Pfizer boosters and placing Moderna's and Pfizer's boosters in the same category That's happening tonight All right thanks for that update And when the holiday travel season really kicks in the airline industry is still recovering from the pandemic and airfares are about to increase we've got ABC's Gio Benitez on the story The skyrocketing cost of fuel isn't just affecting cars on the road.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Fresh update on "geno" discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

00:43 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "geno" discussed on Bet The Board

"I think the look aheads for sure we definitely saw some action on Detroit. I think we were 17 and a half, I think on the look ahead early in the week and now it's down to 15 and a half. But nothing too significant I would say. Yeah, I think our price Todd was a little below the 14 point mark. So I could see 17 and a half having value now down to 15. Going back to that Thursday night game, obviously, we've seen a lot of people. On social media and a lot of former odds makers talking about the drop off between Baker Mayfield in case Keenum. And I think we kind of aligned and saying that Keenum has familiarity and Stefanski's system and we didn't quite make it the four point adjustment that we've seen in the market. Where do you guys align with that drop off? Is it more like a point and a half two points in your mind? Yeah, I think so and we spoke about a little earlier as well. I think not alone. Is it just a drop off between them? Would actually think Keenan might make some better decisions right now than baker may feel not alone as he's scrambling for his life a couple of times last week, but he's also scrambling in his brain as well. So I think case Keenum is definitely pretty serviceable here as you said he knows Stefanski's system already and we agree. I think our look ahead was exactly 6 and we're at two now the four points feel the little excessive and that's the primary reason I think as to why we were looking to shared Cleveland from now on in, but yeah, I would think somewhere more like two two and a half for the drop off in terms of our raw numbers. We probably would have been 5 and a half to three, I think, just based on the change. Makes complete sense. And I know again, the card is a little iffy this week and you haven't seen a ton of sharp money on sides or totals. Is there anything that maybe is peaking your interest? I know Kansas City in Tennessee is a big game with the Titans coming off an upset win on Monday night and it looks like the chief's offense is clearly humming despite the three and three record. I think for me personally, that's probably the one I'm most interested in. I think the chiefs have mast, how good they've been, particularly on offense, just through turnovers. I think they're either number one or two in the league with 14 turnovers through the first 6 weeks. We know that's obviously pretty unsustainable. And yeah, I think EPA, we have them, I think number one in the league on offense as well. So like you say really homing. I think it's been masked by the results. And the shape of the games, they overcame obviously a pretty bad situation from turnovers against Washington and still hung. I think 31 points on them last weekend. I think their team total somewhere similar this week and we obviously saw some injuries some of the corners for Tennessee. So yeah, I'm pretty excited by how many points I think Kansas City can run up on Tennessee. And I think the Titans can have some success offensively and that obviously explains why we've seen a little rise in the total from 56 to 57 and a half as well, so screams points in that game. So that's probably the one I focus most of my attention on for sure. You know, one final question for you, John, and it's not a game that will preview on today's show, but we'll get to on Monday kind of when we recap the weekend and everything else. We obviously had a chance to see Geno Smith start in prime time against the Pittsburgh Steelers a game that was not aesthetically pleasing by any stretch of the imagination, especially in the first half, while Seattle scrambled to identify an identity, ultimately turning to Alex Colin. To get them back in the game. Have you done anything to try and figure out exactly what you feel a true adjustment needs to be from Russell Wilson down to Gino, as you see the saints now an overwhelming favorite on the road in a stand-alone type spot and one of the more hostile environments that they'll play in all season long. I don't know that we looked at or at least I haven't looked at I'm sure the guys have, I haven't looked at it and spoken to them exactly just to find out what the number is versus Russell. We made the game for four and a half right now. There's been a bit of a move. Towards New Orleans. Yeah, I think without Alex Collins last week and I'm pretty sure he got banged up near the end of the game. I doubt they'll have the same success on the ground against New Orleans that they did last week. So I guess the move makes some sense. The sales coming off by as well. So I haven't looked at exactly the difference. I think Geno is pretty serviceable. I think we've seen enough from them. Obviously, it's tough week for him last week until they got the wrong game going as you mentioned, but I think that was more to do with the defense rather than necessarily his inefficiency. So I think he'll probably be required to pass the ball. I think we learned a lot more about him this week, but the obviously a significant drop off from what Russell was doing. I see pain, that's why the Seahawks had to go out there and get Jacoby and it'll upgrade their overall power numbers once he becomes up to speed running the offense and the heir apparent in Seattle to Russell Wilson when Rus moves on to greener pastures. You can follow John on Twitter at Jay sheer and that's HER one 9 8 one. He is the Robin Hood of bookmakers. His words not mine, John best of luck this week and my friend and we'll look forward to chatting with you next Thursday. When we have arguably one of the best games of the season slated for prime time with the packers, headed out to the desert to take on the Arizona Cardinals. Sounds good. Thank you, guys. You know, John says a lot of things pain. I didn't anticipate him calling himself the Robinhood of bookmakers today. So that threw me for a bit of a loop early on. He has been rooting for them. I mean, it was an absolute bloodbath, the first couple weeks of the season. So it is good to see that money back in the ecosystem as John said. And it needs to be a fair fight. And obviously, you know, I think you mentioned same game parleys and their Yahtzee when they hit but the reality is, I think we discussed you and I from guys that we've spoken to behind the counter. Like averaging a 28% hold on those? So that is going to be a long-term losing proposition. But when you have a slew of favorites hit, sometimes those cash and for betters ourselves. If the only ones in the market were professional betters, there really wouldn't be a market. So from all perspectives, whether it's the sports book side, whether it's the sophisticated better side, we need more money into the market. There is no doubt about it, more liquidity means boy, I probably shouldn't have said that out loud. You just cringed there in your tone. No, no, no. What I was gonna say to piggyback that point is more liquidity in the market means larger limits, but it does also lend itself to slightly more efficiency from the book making perspective as well. So always great to get John's perspective. I know it's a relatively unattractive sleep, but plenty of nuggets there that our listenership can take away and try and use whether it be.

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Wall Street Journal Article Exposes That Covid Virus Was Very Likely Man-Made

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Wall Street Journal Article Exposes That Covid Virus Was Very Likely Man-Made

"Unfortunately, came out. At a rough time while I was doing show, perhaps so I teased it yesterday but didn't get to the whole thing. And I said to you that these viruses have coding in them like computer code, and when people want to mess with computer code to mess with your computer, they leave fingerprints behind. Well, so do people who want to mess with viruses. They leave little codes behind, too. How do we know that? Let's go to The Wall Street Journal Peace be in my newsletter today, if you want to check it out. Actually, you know what we didn't put in the newsletter thing by Geno that Constellation newsletter. But I would have all the other articles will be there. You know why it's subscription only, and people send me emails back upset. I don't have a subscription, which I understand. I do think it's pretty good paper. Here's the articles. The science suggested Wuhan Lab leak by Steven Quay in Richard Mueller. Folks, you got to read this piece because it will open your eyes. There are fingerprints left behind on these viruses when we tinker with nature and kill millions of people, which quite possibly happened here. How do we know that? Okay, let's go to take away number one from this piece. I'll read you all the good nuggets, So don't worry about it. If you miss a lot of you are busy. Gain a function research, a microbiologist can increase the lethal itty of a coronavirus enormously by splicing a special sequence into the genome at a prime location. Wow, that's pretty interesting. We can do that. Doing. This leaves no trace of manipulation, but it alters the virus spike protein, rendering it easier for the virus to inject its genetic material into the victim's cell. 1992, there have been at least 11 separate experiments, adding a special sequence to the same location. The end result, folks has always been Supercharged viruses. So what do we know?

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Fresh update on "geno" discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

00:45 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "geno" discussed on Behind the Bets

"I respect both defensive fronts. But let's go to the Sunday Night game, because I think we have an interesting game here. I'm curious about the handle because I heard there's a lot of sharps on the niners and I like Indy in this game. Yeah. These are pretty popular public play actually here. It's like, we have about a three, we got about a three and a half to one count right now on Indianapolis. Now, there was one player that I do respect, I saw him bet the colts yesterday. But it seems like most of the money is on the dog in the spot, interesting game. We don't really know how good San Francisco is. We know that Indianapolis better than its record. We know that for sure about the cold. They were like, they were a dog against Miami a couple of weeks ago. If you remember that game, I mean, look back and I'll silly that line was when the colts were I think they were getting two and a half against Miami. That was a bad line. The colts are a little better than their record and are a little better than people realize right now. But the public dog, that's enough to scare me away. Yeah. Well, I mean, I think he is a kid, right? He didn't play in that last game against Arizona Trey Lance. But looks like Garoppolo's going to play. That makes it different for me because I don't think Trey Lance is very good at least as a rookie for right now. We'll see how he grows into the role. But this nineers team is very disappointing. Shanahan's numbers is a dog versus a favorite, very different. And guys just weren't open when Garoppolo last played is they got completely smacked around by Green Bay had no business even being remotely close in that game. And leaving the colts, though, but you got me a little concerned there with the public on there, and we'll see, we'll see. Sunday Night Geno Smith on prime time. You don't want to bet against Geno Smith in prime time. Oh, definitely not. What a matchup that is Geno Smith Jameis Winston, one of my favorite players, you know that. A lot of money on this game already. It's all on the saints. So some big bets on the saints. We're at four and a half right now. And it actually looks like it's going to be a decent need game for us because of what we always talk about the popularity of these road favorites. Seattle off the loss to Pittsburgh. They got the back of quarterback in there. I even heard rumors that they were looking at Cam Newton in Seattle and they ended up signing Jacob Easton instead, but Seattle's a bit of a mess without the great Russell Wilson. And I can see why the public is coming in on New Orleans here. Yeah, Big Ben kept him in it, and he's Big Ben is just oh God, he's painful to watch. There's no doubt. That's why I thought people. I thought people that use Pittsburgh last week were crazy in the survivor. I'm like, are you sure? I know what you're doing. You got a backup quarterback, but Pittsburgh, did this team can barely move the football and everybody got away with it, but I thought that was a big mistake. I'm on the over for this Monday night or in fact, it'll be my bonanza play. Speaking of which, let's.

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Why Does Hair Turn Gray?

Short Wave

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Why Does Hair Turn Gray?

"Are talking about. Why hair tons great. So who'd you talk to. I called dr jenna lester. She's a dermatologist. And professor in the department of dermatology at the university of california san francisco. Wait duma matala street hair as well you know. I didn't know that either review but yes it turns out that many dermatologists actually treat anything related to skin nails and hair and jen has been on the show before in an episode about how dermatology is evolving to better serve patients of color. I remember that it was a fantastic episode. Louis oh good. Okay so re too much like i did with you. I opened my conversation with jenna. And let's say a very professional manner This is a hard hitting and intrusive question but geno. You have gray hair. I do not have any grey hairs. Occasionally i'll find one and the most recent one that i found out not too long ago and interestingly too did not grow back in its place. Lucky her braid and what. My mom used to tell me when i was little and this is around. The time car heads started to ten grief. I she said if you have gray hair and it falls off or you pluck it out. The rest of your hair is going to turn gray faster. Gosh leonie an old superstitious tailback in india. Oh that's really funny. We'll review guess. What gen told me. She told me that hair doesn't actually turn gray hough. Yes like if you have brown hair or blond hair on your head tomorrow. It's not going to be gray. It's the new hair that's coming in. That will either have pigment or not have pigment. i did not know that so. Once a hair starts grow it stays the same color.

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UConn coach Geno Auriemma tests positive for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

UConn coach Geno Auriemma tests positive for coronavirus

"The university of Connecticut announced long time Huskies women's coach Gino Auriemma is isolating at home after testing positive for the corona virus without experiencing any symptoms the team's lead doctor says Auriemma did not have close contact with any tier one team members since Friday and they've all tested negative since the top ranked Huskies have earned one of four number one seeds in the tournament they'll play high point on Sunday they're set to leave for San Antonio but Auriemma has to stay behind for at least ten days the sixty seven year old coach had just received the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine before testing positive I'm Jackie Quinn

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Geno Auriemma tests positive for COVID-19 as Connecticut prepares to travel for NCAA women's tournament

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 7 months ago

Geno Auriemma tests positive for COVID-19 as Connecticut prepares to travel for NCAA women's tournament

"Out of women's college basketball number one of the nation Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma test Good positive for covert 19 yesterday. He's currently home and self isolation and is not experiencing any symptoms. According to the school,

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NFL cuts expected to be a ‘massacre,’ ‘bloodbath’ next week

Cincy Jungle

05:38 min | 8 months ago

NFL cuts expected to be a ‘massacre,’ ‘bloodbath’ next week

"We are on the fringe. We're nearing free agency. Actually just read a very interesting to tweet about a nfl coach. Saying that next week was gonna be a bloodbath. with the cap situation Do the covid that it's going to be a very interesting year. A lot of people are going to be getting cut prior to free agency to free up room. So we'll see what happens In you know the free agents were talking about might not even be like the big guys you know we end up signing at the end of the day so one big name we have been talking about and you specifically talked about this guy. Quite a bit is joni From new england the patriots are not going to use the franchise on him again. They can't do it. They they're cap situation would allow forward. I believe but with what you end up making the second time around. It really doesn't make any sense to them. As i was listening to boston. Sports radio their day like they were talking about that. Very topic so loonies. He's a big name. being fans. Love is a big often. Attack was out there And they've got to think about bringing their own guys. Back to william jackson in kara lawson entering free agency. So that's a big big names in some big money right there. What what can really afford to do. So that you you hit the list You hit you hit the big players. They're they have of course two big guys. Internally that are scheduled to be free agents in jackson and lawson one of those may end up getting the franchise tag. Probably the non-exclusive. If i had a bad at this point i'd probably say it's carl lawson and and we don't know the exact figures yet but they'll come out soon what the values will be But it's based position and since deandre get paid a little bit more than corners. Speed deanne tag is going to be a little higher. But i think that's a cost of the bengals are willing to take just to avoid the risk of losing carl. Potentially at an already weakened spot you know masterpass russia's spin has been existent Especially last year And i think room on bengals dot com had a couple of comments today from an article today saying they're looking to shore up the pass rush and he didn't mention actually edge rusher cement of course interior pressure which was good to see liu mentioned and we can talk about some interior linemen. Who are going to be on the market that could provide some interior. Pass rush to collapse the pocket if you will but to your question about what. They can't afford i. There is a way for them to structure these contracts with the amount of space that they have available. Of course we don't know what official cap will be just like we don't know what the tag amounts are going to be. We don't really know the final numbers quite yet. We know the cap can't go below one eighty But let's assume it stays right at that floor. I been under the working on the assumption that it's going to creep up to one eighty five rather optimistically but who knows if it gets that high. Is you mentioned kobe. Kobe tope took all essentially all the local revenues that these teams generated and made it two zero for almost all of them. There are some teams based on the cities and state. They were in that allowed some attendance. That really you know. It was a small percentage of what a normal season would be. So they're sitting in a good spot. Relatively speaking in terms of current cap space. There are about thirty seven million once you account for the almost eleven million. They rolled over last year. So at that point if they just stay there. They're they're currently line to be seventh most in cap space and that's a lot to work with in terms just resigning those guys internally and then going out on the market for tuning type of player ariba some more mid tier guys in the bond bell mold last year. You know a more of a modest deal where you get a lot of value in that regard but if they ended up staying put without making cuts and being seventh and cap space that gives them a lot of flexibility. But i think to your earlier point. We are gonna start seeing a lot more cut. We started seeing some today. There were some report. I think gave jackson the right guard for the raiders is not. There's a report that they they're looking to trade their right tackle trent brown. If they can't find a trade partner they'll likely cut him too. So the market's going to be flooded. It's going to be starting to be flooded. It's going to be even more so and on the bengals and they're likely to make some calm cap cuts. They don't need to make them because they have plenty of room. But just the value is not there to keep some of these guys on the books. You know the names. Bobby heart which will save just under five point nine million. Bj phinney will save three and a quarter million with no dead money and then of course geno atkins. We've talked about the gino situation Pretty at length and the question will be whether they released him. Post june one or or designated or releasing prior to june one or designate him or our releasing post you one which adds a little bit more savings to it but if you cut those three guys even if you don't cut gino with a post june one designation that adds about nine million in addition In additional cap space. So if you had that. Nineteen to thirty seven. Obviously naira almost sixty million and fifty six million give or take And that would baltim- in the top five of capital so they have a lot of flexibility to enter the long-term extensions with both their internal free and to go out on the market and signs of sizeable Upgrades hopefully on the offense line and positions that they they really need to

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SEO Strategy for LinkedIn with Anatolii Ulitovskyi

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

05:03 min | 9 months ago

SEO Strategy for LinkedIn with Anatolii Ulitovskyi

"You are a very popular lincoln. Follow follow of yours. I love your content. Find it very engaging in very useful when we talk about your strategy. What's interesting to me as you are an seo practitioner but most of your audience is not finding you through google in russia. Gandak the finding you through a social media platform so talk to me about why you decided that focusing on linked in was a good strategy to promote seo services instead of relying on seo. Oh by the way. It's a good question. You know eddie member How might need is slow. Says a splint. Promoted my russian content and the catholic will build a blog the oath of the resources to promote or rationally geno and we decided to do jumpy english direction. And it's a little bit sources and many if you promote on google eat. It takes a lot of diamond resources. And i decided to suicide or other directions. Only june one ear them because today on link with combat medium people use your and only if you meet all of them concern and they formed the app grief. Come down the this award and failed and you say decided to throw him many guys forcible. You know it's to offer. Just go to google search on linked june guides ira hundred. It goals bolton. Jim anna. Don't don't for me because it's better to test a lot. Different approaches to in sometime got some bullying and i use the strategy today and welsh to continue dissuade. The thing that sticks out to me about what you're saying is that when you were expanding to a new market you the realization that it was gonna take a lot of resources and a lot of time to not only publish content but to get it to rank and i think that's one of the important things that great. Seo's realized that seo is not necessarily a strategy that you can build overnight. There is value to other marketing channels social media. Marketing performance marketing. That has a quicker return and you in a hurry to start building your audience so you focused on linked in. Let's talk a little bit about what you've learned on the linked in platform most of the time when we talk about seo we are talking about optimizing our content so google ranks it but in reality great seo actually happens across multiple channels. You've optimized your content for resonance on the linked in algorithm. What have you published. What did you learn. What helps you grow. Your linked in following so quickly i think consistency and this article. That sad formation did you need to post bond die. Maybe it doesn't regularly deal. You need to boost maximum opposable and for example east lifetime. a composer. Don't times a day. If i give them all. This time i suppose three five dimes out. Yup i don't know what works. Because when i just the different approaches i saw that if something does for others it doesn't look for me and i decided stool meeks formats do lately for the length of my content record digital content. You'll slim jim groups and many other places heading can sound michael down and i formed debt. It's wet to look because you don't some genetic map votes yukon. Give dhec some of these. You just awoke. You can find sunken that those you and independence on your concerts uncle. When they started from scratch. I have more followers after diaz. I used all the data information and techniques and if i go this way i never get full win but when i decided to use different approaches and engaged other example if i owned some influence of sports like guy were deniro been son i can get conduct legs and a little almond send. People come to my account and full me yuppie just this a lot now if you will not be revealed today. It's bet that a dual on the license but if you have more volume it's better to engage content and my tip. Number one is tacoma. To vote is but will follow a look influences in your nearest and submit almost individuals our after bush content. And don't write like thank you. It's a great and they said it doesn't work is but the to find assumption share. Bail your aunt extent some information and insights discontent and it helps.

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Defining Moments: Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Sunday Homily

04:02 min | 9 months ago

Defining Moments: Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone

"We're looking at those moments. When we are forced to grow by stepping up to me to challenge and stepping outside of our comfort zone these are moments when our character can be tested and challenged to do something that is difficult and uncomfortable. These are defining moments in which god will challenge you and make you uncomfortable sometimes even allowing your discomfort. Why is that. Why would he do that to related reasons number one. You're never uncomfortable. You will never grow just as you only burn fat or grow muscle through the discomfort of working out. You cannot grow emotionally spiritually or intellectually without getting uncomfortable. God knows this. And so god who is provident will allow situations in our lives that lead to our discomfort. This leads to the second reason. God allows us to be uncomfortable. Our character is essential to who we are if we're not actively developing her character sometimes in his mercy and love. God helps us out. We see this clearly played out in the story of jonah. Perhaps you remember jonah and the whale. The book of jonah is a short book in the bible. You can read the whole thing in about fifteen minutes. I encourage you to do so for those of you. Who hear the story of a man in the belly of a whale and find it too fantastic to believe it's helpful to note that many scripture scholars see the book of jona as an allegory. Much like jesus's parables are allegories. The bible is composed of many types of literature. There is history. There is poetry and allegories allegories convey meaning through symbols symbolic and symbolic events. The catholic church believes the bible is inherent in everything. It intends to teach. The bible does not intend to teach that a person can be swallowed by a whale and survive et cetera which may or may not be so it does intend to teach us through this story that no matter how hard joan is tries not to do god's will through struggle in prayer jona finds himself in-in of where god wanted him today. Our passage from jonas started with the word of the lord came to joan a second time which begs the question when it was the first time. Well the first time. God spoke to jona. He ran away. God wants to grow joan as a prophet a leader. After god's own heart a heart full of mercy and compassion as opposed to jonas heart. Joan was hard hearted and judgmental. God told jones to do something that was outside his comfort zone in order to help him grow. Joanna did not want to do it. In fact jona got on a boat and went in the exact opposite direction from where god wanted him when he was sailing in the opposite direction of storm. Hit the boat. Geno was thrown overboard the ship and that's when he was swallowed by the whale. Whatever you think of the story of the whale. The truth of the story is obvious when we resist. God's will and insist on our own way we can end up in some pretty dumb places. Jona finally turns to prayer which is typical for many of us. We turn to prayer as a last resort joan appraise a beautiful prayer. You can find in the second chapter of the book of jonah in response to that prayer. God rescues him and saves him and gives him a second chance to grow. This is good news. Even if you have failed in the past to meet a challenge and grow god will give you other moments other opportunities to step up to the challenge of growing your character. In fact god might keep giving you those moments over and over again until you decide to grow and learn the lesson. He wants to teach you. There will be perhaps different circumstances. Different conditions different people but the same opportunity for growth. The story of jonah is a story of second chances. God gave joan a second chance and he wants jona to do the same for others. By speaking to the people of nevada. On god's behalf

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Biden builds out White House senior staff with top campaign advisers

WSJ What's News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Biden builds out White House senior staff with top campaign advisers

"President elect joe biden is drawing from his campaign team to fill out his senior white house staff. His campaign manager. Geno malley dylan will serve as his deputy chief of staff and he's tapped his chief campaign strategist and campaign. Chairman for other roles biden continues to fill out his team despite a standoff with the trump administration that's blocking his access to key transition resources. He's yet to name top national security

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Facebook Dialogue Platform with Stephen Roller

Software Engineering Daily

15:02 min | 1 year ago

Facebook Dialogue Platform with Stephen Roller

"Stephen Roller welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. You work on dialogue research at facebook dialogue research. I. Think of as a better way of describing chat bots. So I may refer to chat bots and Dialogue Research interchangeably during this episode. Why are chat bots useful? I think it's a longstanding dream in the field of artificial intelligence and computer science. Right? We've we've always had the dream of what if I just talked to my computer like I talked to other people. In converse with them, they would know what are my intentions? Why am I asking them this? What can they do to make my life better or help me along and you know? Programming is fun I love programming, but you know it'd be nice to just communicate with. Computers as well. And what about you? Personally, why are you personally interested in chat bots? Have you pursued this line of work of of all the different kinds of computer science research you could be doing? Yeah. You know I sort of stumbled into this area join fair after my phd where I did work in natural language processing but my my work, my background work was like a little bit more linguistically oriented focused on like the meanings of words a little bit more like what can computers just about language rather than how do we teach computers to understand language? And so you know when I joined. Fair. I was looking for for projects to join projects to collaborate on. So I gave dialogue a shot and it turns out to be a really great ren for me a mix of novel research using using the greatest and latest neural networking and machine learning techniques as well as a bunch of interesting software engineering problems and opportunities for Staley and things like this. What are the domains in which conversational agents or chat bots are actually useful today? What are the places where they're useful versus the places where they're not so useful? Meaning like, what's the? What did they do major? We've actually conquered rather than the ones we're stumbling. Yeah I think you know obviously, you've seen a wave of digital assistance and I think that work is very exciting. a lot of what we focused on in dial in par lay in the dialogue research at facebook is on open domain chat bots, which are chat bots that can talk to you about like literally anything and they're usually not focused on. Accomplishing tasks for you rather like the goal is just to have a conversation with you about anything for as long as possible. So that's primarily where we work and I think we've seen a lot of exciting advances over the past couple years to where I think if you were to try some of these newer chat bots that have come out in the past year you, you'd probably be really impressed with like Oh. Wow. This was further than I. Expect. So I think you see commercially is a lot of digital assistants a lot of success in this a lot of customer service type things when I'm really excited about when I think we've you know where things have made big strides in an big strides in the past year is on these open domain chat bots can actually talk to you about anything. Really so as in I can sit down with a chap today and say, Hey, what's the weather and what is this spot on my skin and recommend me a restaurant that looks appealing. I can do I can ask all of these things of a chat bot today. Yeah. I would put those still in the category of like task oriented Tech Chat bots where there's like some goal in mind like you know answering medical questions or tell me about the. Weather when I really tend to work on and what I'm excited about is these chat bots right so rather instead you might ask what's your favorite chess move and it might go into into detail about like what's its favorite move and why that is or what's your opinion of the fall of the Roman. Empire let's let's debate that. So it's it's it's less about you know what can you do for Maine and more about like let's enjoy the experience together. So, can you give a few more descriptions of what a general purpose chat Bot would be doing? Yeah I think the end game here either. You know wear a true general purpose chapman should do both of these things right? Like if I ask it to to. But Mia, calendar and by then it should absolutely help me out with that where I focused my research is the social part. and. So I think we should see a mix of. The box that we've been developing really focused on I'm having a few different behaviors that I don't think you tend to see any sort of assistant on type chat bots they have consistent persona so they'll have like personalities like. I love basketball or I have. Friends in in the tech industry or something like this, and they can use this information like. Consistently referred to it. You know one of the other attributes that chat bots working on developing and believe Ms really important is empathy bright. So a chat Bot should understand you know as as it's talking with you, what's your mental state like how are you feeling and respond emotionally appropriately to that so no if you say something like my just ran away, you know the chat bots should restall on appropriately with something like, oh, I'm really sorry to hear that have. You say something like I just got a promotion than the Chat Bot should respond Oh. That's great to hear. Congratulations. So responding emotionally appropriately is a really important characteristic of a of an open domain chap on the last one is general knowledge. So you know I think when people talk to to chat bots, they expected to know things about the world some of that's encyclopedia some of its common commonsense reasoning but you know if I ask what's the tallest building in America? You know I sort of expected to be able to have this have this information available to it and be able to answer some questions like that or even integrate this information in in common and common dialogue just oh by the way you know what's what's interesting or you know funny story about that sort of thinks. So consistent personality empathy and a knowledge about the world. These are all things. I think are really important in general demand. You know Geno Purpose Chat Bot. Empathy you mentioned empathy s one of these things that requires some maintenance of context as to what is going on in the conversation. The Chat Bot needs to be able to acknowledge the perhaps sad state or happy state of the person. It's Inter locating with tell me about context how does a Chat Bot retain and understand context in a conversation? Yeah there's a few different ways that people go about it. So one of the more classic ways that people will do and approaches that people will take is they'll do something off dialogue state tracking. So you have like some information about the dialogue like, Oh, the users asking about a restaurant and they wanted to be on fifth street right and you'll have this as some sort of state. That you could do say like some sort of database query about and help them then like when you're doing dialogue research or billion Chapa, the task becomes a lot of like keeping track of that state and updating that state as the conversation goes on. The way that we often approach it is a much more like role neural network fashion. So we just like input all the dialogue context all history as one big stream. You know sort of same person. One said this person to says that person one said this person to said back? What do you say next? So we just treat things as as raw strings and habit. Input that in the model has to figure out Oh, what do we do with fat? How do I respond? Who said what all this has to be from scratch? I'd like to get into. A little bit more of a conversation about facebook. So if you imagined facebook in five years, what are the tasks that you envision dialogue models fulfilling for facebook? That's an excellent question I. Think you know there's all sorts of places where we're dialogue can be helpful to our users. We already have this product called portal. which is a a really excellent product lets you make video calls with people. In. One of the things you can you can do, you can already say like hey. You know call mom. And it starts dialing up on. And that super? Nice, you know some of the other things might be no. As I might have an assistant on on Messenger that that's helping me keep track of what's going what's going on with my friends. You know I might say a assistant you know where the latest updates on my friends and they could. Integrate that information. And you know look through my my news feed for me and say, Oh, Hey, your friend Jim has new photo. He got married right Oh that'd be really cool. So, I think there's a lot of places for for dialogue to be part of FACEBOOK PRODUCTS You work on par lay, which is spelled P. A. R. L. A.. I. What Is Parlay? Parlay is a platform for doing dialogue research. It's an open source platform. It's gotten over one hundred contributors and it's it's got you would need to do to dialogue research so whether that's a collect data set or I want to train a new model, and there's all these data sets out there and I just WANNA use those without without trying anything. I want to create a new new model and I need to compare two baselines compared to other other approaches of people tried before I can just sort try those those different models. It's got a model. Do you know what are the pre-trade models somebody else's released in leverage those when building minute chat? Bot and then it's got everything you will need. To also evaluate a chat, Bot. So you know once you have Chapada unlike a lot of areas in I research it's it's not always clear how to evaluated except the have people talk to it. So we've got all the tools that you need to connector Chapada, Amazon Mechanical Turk and have people chat with it and you give evaluations or give. Performance rating instincts like this. A little bit deeper into the problems that parlay solves for researchers that are using it. Yeah I think quite a few different problems especially in all those all those different spaces you know when you're you're a researcher and you want to create a new data set that you know, let's say you want to create a new data said that teaches the model how to how to have empathy. The thing you're going to do is have humans talk and exhibit empathy and annotate their their their utterances with this sort empathetic information. So we have tools so that you can like creek quickly spin up user interface where you can have that chat where you can annotate that information and sort of build what you need for that. So similarly with evaluation you know I need to connect with the Amazon Mechanical Turk and had people evaluate. You know I don't WanNa have to spend so much time focused on building the UI of this tool or dealing with the engineering of connecting Amazon Mechanical Turk impairing humans together, I. So abstract way from you and when we do that is by treating all. In the in the world as agents so whether you're a data set or Talking to it on Mechanical Turk or human talking to it at your local keyboard or a AI agent everything is agent. So we treat them all the same. This gives us really nice distractions to work with so that we can sort of plug in AI model in place of a human or plug human in place of the model really easily. Parlay makes available a wide set of data sets through its API. How does parley use these different data sets? Yeah, we have over one hundred data sets in parlay. Some of them are from our group some of them are from external groups. And so one of the things we really focus on as a first class feature in. If I want to train the AI that exhibits multiple behaviors. I'm a train, a multiple data sets at the same time. So you it's really easy to sort of say. Okay. That set a data set the set see in start training three of them at the same time and get a model that can do all three of these behaviors on. So that's sort of first class functionality within within parlay. When we were talking earlier about having a model that exhibited the consistent personality empathy in knowledge, we did this with a sort of multitask training as it's called where we train on all different data sets. So if you're a new user or new researcher who wants to come into dialogue, you can sort of take the stock wouldn't data sets out there already and just start utilizing them as needed and if you wanna mix and match behaviors? Hey, no problem. described. The workflow for training chat with parlay. Yeah. So we have a lot of it's very command line, heavy utility or command line heavy platform. So if you want to train a new model, it can be as simple as calling the train model command from the command line and you just sort of say are here the tasks I want here's the model. The model that I want what's the model architecture and things like this? And you know here's the learning rate and all the other neural network parameters and you hit go and start training. alanna researchers went to do a more sophisticated, maybe make a custom architecture or make a custom data set and it's really easy to just sort of build only the part of the data set you need or build only the what's special about your model. She might go right a little bit of custom code utilizing are sort of abstract base classes and things like this. And you'll be off on your way training, your special model, and if you don't WanNa mess with data, you don't have to mess with data you can just use the existing data sets. If you don't WanNa mess for modeling, you don't have the mess with modeling you can just just the data in and start training

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Fighting COVID-19 From the Frontlines of NYC's Immigrant Neighborhoods

Latino Rebels Radio

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Fighting COVID-19 From the Frontlines of NYC's Immigrant Neighborhoods

"You know? He's being Donna. Ready we are the most people who die now. The the picture is different now but this sunny taty crash. We're going you gotta crises but did you. Let's talk for the beginning soon by a team. We've talked testing people with eating. My ourself and quiz area would find seventy percent of the people were positive which has been alarming. Sensing happened two days after when we went to the Bronx Sixty five to seventy percent positive. And they have to come back. Those buildings apartments small crowded woody international and resources. What we've seen today but dot day so many people seek now. We got different faces knowing that through so much pain now leaving now in the position that people had no money to like food doing pro. Two thousand meals a day in different areas to seeking the congestion with Were sent to teaching Our company nightstalkers because we know now fifty percent our people how the only there are less in their pocket derived. That's gone long ago now. We're GONNA do help we all today now. Jobs people lost fifty percent does agents. Yano joins US your job to Gatien. You're gone plus you act to other people without insurance and without papers circumstance. Afraid they had a lot of the with speeding difficult to find their family member. Who die because freight something could happen today. Where was the disconnect in terms of the testing? Why did the did the city miss? I mean how when you say a month ago you were. Testing would not be expecting this given the conditions. And giving the fact that if you were in a multigenerational house if you were an essential worker if you might have more health conditions of pre existing conditions it just seems that everything that was aimed at. Latino community was happening with this so where was the disconnect they nick was already disconnection that we have to stop paying attention on the socially health or their people live in crowded buildings with Russia. You Sam by the person was sick to the building worse than that those you know within minority note and then nobody was prepared for these. Because who has bundy we said life. Nobody deporting arouse went after we know because we knew people were were crying for giving us good. We bets. You May and building anywhere with Alone Hotel Room because we knew we were sending by millions invisible killer buyers. Plus building knows why this happened. So what did you do besides testing? What what did people you. What we're we're some of the people who are getting tested where we're told me some of the stories of the last month that you heard or your fellow doctors have heard or people in your organization of her for so many ways. But let's start with my pommie. How might keep who say's Saudi got Arresting and when when he got sick he was alone leaving apartment. He was long. He bustled hole. Fifteen days buddy They went back to work do market later. Now that's privilege. Let's go in different direction. Somebody call you. We put tele-medicine from the beginning. That medicine by the end of variety was pulling in Muslims. We plus three three songs and Y to educate our people dialing low. We doctors taking ghetto. Anybody who called even. Where did you. Summer's on the Summer Spacey Betty Portent. That's we knew what was going on right now. You has started like a lady who can out after liberty combat home to hold on is dead John No way whereas it wasn't that she even how the way to have a very often favor baber commission if you find your body and you have to make a seventeen donate. He changed now. He's getting better. But at some point with seventy twenty days cremation you. How the money? So it has the city I mean so where we talk about where we are now. What how is this improved? I mean besides the situation of people with the economic situation has this. Has the health situation improved it in in the community or are there still challenges Geno? I called allergy matching POCAR. What we're sending people city to the billing. Does Ron Koch it. Because what they do every day to work beginning in today the subway on they wouldn't papa. Papa Auditing Kidding that he sees inside those building her but up still coming out just two days ago. What am I secretary? Sister DIE evolving into aided by. Nali what he knows now. Ninety percent of the people going to endorse you die. I mean there is a very difficult thing game. Nobody knew well. Now we know now. We know what happened there? Now we're not to find solutions together. Find a way to test. That's what I've been saying is nine sixteen. That would best. Everybody does we do our you know. We went ahead of the game. Also when we decide to why are they meet a March Test immunological tests for whatever in the world? You these are the time this is

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Attention Capital's Joe Marchese on the crisis - and opportunity - in how we measure eyeballs on the internet

Digiday Podcast

11:29 min | 1 year ago

Attention Capital's Joe Marchese on the crisis - and opportunity - in how we measure eyeballs on the internet

"Welcome to the digital podcast Brian. Marcy this week I'm joined by Joe. Marquel JOE is the former Fox executive who is now the CEO of attention capital an investment firm and operating company. That's focused on those media. Companies THAT CAPTURE ATTENTION. Attention is required. One property girl boss. Jani discuss why he thinks the attention. Konami is in what he calls a state of subprime. And why you can still build an AD media company in two thousand twenty but just not one that's based on. Cpm DISPLAY ADS. Hope you enjoy Joe. Walk into podcasts. I thank you for having known each other so long. We have this is this is Serious throwback here so going back to social vibe you're we're GonNa talk about Social Vibe later. Gay But what you're doing. I mean you've had you've had a really fascinating career. I mean I think when we first knew each other You start up then And you went through that startup pivoted. You did the pivot and everything this you sold it. Yup He had an accent the and then instead of doing the sort of serial entrepreneur route you went in to like a large media organization. Yeah and so You saw the innards of that right and now you're back sort of on. I would say the investor side but something more explain. What attention is so? I mean attention is a company. It's an IT's an operating company It's just a company that's built to buy other companies And and kind of that fit a particular thesis okay. What's the thesis That the entire global economy runs on top of the attention. Economy of which advertising is the most visible market And that the attention economy is in a state of subprime. Okay explain The mets like subprime. Yeah yeah the the metrics that we use to measure Attention or that we used to represent attention or becoming less and less tied to what people are actually spending their time doing so. I think that there's An opportunity right now to say that there are things that have better and more attention or higher quality attention than the metrics give them credit for I mean you guys talk about this plenty and digitally as cover the industry of advertising but in the in the chase of really what we'd call vanity metrics impressions and page views an There so uncoupled from what people are actually what quality attention is and so therefore things that have quality attention are probably undervalued of put simpler We've kind of convinced the world's been convinced by by big tech for the most part that everything can be measured And if you can't measure it don't buy it then that to me makes makes me think everything that's hard to measure is probably undervalued. Yeah but you've kind of been on about this for a while you're right because I can remember talking to you about different like different metrics. Vp and whatnot. Because you saw the problems when it comes to CBC or CPM right And then I'm sure like within than Fox. He saw the limits particularly of of how. Tv is measured. Yeah and and you know it's funny People assume that you'd really hate TV. Measurement as a digital person. Yeah but to be honest like I'm kind of bullish on panel data because panel data. It's hard to fraud Like like I mean they you know. There's there can be entire phone farms. In other countries that Census data like digital data. Pick up but sit at digital guys. Were always an usually. They're all guys. I were always railing against Nielsen. And how terrible Nielsen is and you get to the other side and your leg. Actually this isn't that no no. It's not that bad I will say like look. Nielsen can be inaccurate. But there's not a warehouse full of TV's racking fake impressions right like like panel. Data is a representation of What a certain set of people are doing. And then you extrapolate like. This is how much time we have the. You know. It's all the classic things like every every four there's more ad impressions in the world and digital world. The more people are watching more ads. And Chiavari think we're just trying to shove them in there so this is all true so why in the world of all the things that you would want to invest in would media. I mean it seems like a terrible. I don't WanNa talk you out of it. It's too late to do too late. I'm here explain to me why this is an opportunity so I actually think that I think there's a couple of things that that are huge opportunities right now which is As platforms grow and as as they chased these vanity. Metrics Trust begins to erode right quality. Goes Down I mean look all platforms engineered towards volume not quality. And and what I mean by that is they are if you make something for a penny and sell it for two pennies. You've made a penny of profit if you make something for ten dollars until it for twelve dollars you've made two dollars of profit. Humans like the two dollars of profit that makes sense computers. Say That none of that. Penny one hundred percent margin. Let's do that a trillion times right and that is why you see like some of the largest advertisers in the world on on the major platforms. are selling very low cost goods right so same thing applies to products as applies to news so in this world where trust is a roading. the curator brands kind of become king. Like no one goes to the front page of Amazon negotiating. You don't you. Don't start at the front page of time to go shopping. You come there with an idea of what you're going to buy And I think the great example of this wire cutter right. I mean wire cutter which you know. curates what electronics. You should buy. has built trust with the community Obviously The New York Times acquired a while ago but these curator's in wire cutter I think is to the next evolution of of the web. I guess we're still going at the Web. Go for here. What craigslist was to the window version? and then post craigslist. There was Angie's list and that was a brand being put on top of it. I mean I have something to shock you With Angie did not meet every contractor. Angie's list those are those are television. Commercials Yeah and that's a brand that got built up and why does that matter? We'll because people would start there rather than starting out a search engine or starting an open platform. I think what's interesting is particularly. Let's stick with the wire cutter as an example. I mean people in media. I think love love the wire cutter. I think with good reason Mostly because it's an anti-scale play anything algorithm mic. It seems like is gamed. Yes I mean because when you go to Amazon and like I don't know about you but if I'm buying those like okay the bestseller best reviews whatever and then you're like you know we've written about it you know there's Yup armies of fake one hundred dollars and anything that can be gamed like that will be and that's what brands are supposed to be. So I I'm a huge fan like I am. I am anti a lot of things in the way. Advertising is kind of polluted The Internet and chasing kind of the metrics that don't matter I'm a huge fan of brands. See Brands are the things that you hold responsible for that you trust too right like Brand less like Kind of commodities. If there's you know lead in the toy or they're you know the you know the classic stories of you know Tylenol. An the the brand is the thing that consumers hold responsible when you go to a platform It's almost like you. They're extracting the margin from brands. And I think that there's a huge role to be played in. In consumers minds to be building up brands that can be cures for them for different areas of life. Okay so this was the the the thesis differentiated. Good time because trust is is you know. I think there was that article Max read wrote. It does sort of everything is fake on the Internet a couple years ago. That sort of summed up this this period that you know we were talking over the years right. It was all leading up to this this primis of online advertising See Pile of money That'd be nice right money. It's attention capital capital. So it's a great way nickname your company capital and people like you and I can only imagine So how much what is like two hundred million. I NOT NON reported non real time to to talk. I don't know so. What have you bought so far So first partnered with James Murdoch's lupus systems we bought the TRIBECA Film Festival invested in controlling stakes together and then Girl boss most recently company. Okay so explain. Each of those different types of properties. But why does this fit your thesis? Well so you look at areas of life where people are looking for curation in so tribeca in the entertainment space and girl boss kind of in employment career Lifestyle and so the way we look at it as he'd attention capital is there's two types of things there's community brands so we define a community. Brandis if they threw an event. Would someone get on an airplane and go there Do they permission to curate? Some aspect of the world's tribeca. Obviously they haven't event They literally curate films. They don't make all the films they tell you. Here's what to see with someone. Where the brand on their t shirt. They don't have to be an apparel company but people would wear tribeca shirt and is the community self sustaining without always having to make content right because if you always have to make content. That's a treadmill that you have to run on versus. Is there a community of people who people go the events The thing that gets the most exciting about TRIBECA 's ethos as a brand that was founded after nine eleven downtown. We're here in downtown. New York and And the idea of independent storytelling equality versus volume. Like you just can't see that many movies like we have to be able to curate down to select few all of those things I mean. That's a brand that were incredibly excited about and a founder and CEO. And Jane Rosenthal that we want to work with and kind of expand I. I'm struck that both of them have a quote unquote events component. They're able to turn people out Yup We we are big believers digital so I might be talking my own book cure but we think that there is something to be said about you know and I think people are coming around to about being able to turn out a community of people. Hundred percent We are huge huge believers in in a I R L digital connection real life to digital connection that it's proof that you have that type of influence in the world like versus again factory said the algorithms can be game but people showing up at a movie theater camp. Yeah I mean like you know. I always went back to the sort of game. Of Game of thrones recaps. It's like you know the the reason that there were. So many. Game of thrones recaps. Is I mean it's not just because of like passion or the brand is it's it's because that's what turned page views right exactly. It's entrepreneur right. I don't hate the player. Geno hate the game. I agree on some of the players.

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Boston Marathon is pushed back 5 months to September

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Marathon is pushed back 5 months to September

"Coming the masters has been postponed golf's first major of the year was scheduled to begin April ninth with Tiger Woods the defending champ the delay may actually help him a sore back for tiger to withdraw from the last two tournaments Augusta national chairman Fred Ridley hopes to reschedule at a later date next month's Boston Marathon has been pushed back till September fourteenth the next two races on the NASCAR F. one schedules have been postponed now well all those sports will eventually resume the careers ended for college seniors when the NC double a cancel all winter and spring championships however Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma told ESPN that he would offer them an extra year of eligibility it's an unprecedented event so you have to take on president imagines I guess if you have five seniors like we do and you say love they all have the opportunity to come back well then you know what thank you want to come back god bless you I'm all for as a top sixteen team Yukon but opposed to the first two rounds of the NC double

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Inside The Women Of Troy

Around the Rim

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Inside The Women Of Troy

"Welcome inside a special edition of around the rim. One that tells the story of the nineteen eighty three and eighty four championship teams for the USC Trojans. Their women's basketball program was a trailblazer in. Its own way where they had almost a super team of some of the biggest names in college. Basketball Cheryl Miller Cynthia Cooper panic. Paula McGee What Dynasty. They were what a talented team so fun to watch. I'm your host. Let's China Robinson. Join as always by my fantastic and fabulous producer to Riga foster bradsby. Then we are going to take you inside with some of the biggest names in biggest contributors to the success of that team and people that can tell the story the best. That's right the China so to help us tell that story. We've enlisted. Six people knew this team the best head coach. Linda Sharp assistant coach. Fred Williams team captain Juliet Robinson Point Guard Rhonda Wyndham forward. Pamela MCGEE AND GUARD CYNTHIA COOPER DYKE. So throughout this podcast. You're going to hear them. Discuss their relationships together coming together as a team learning how to play with each other learning each other on the prime that they have in USC and what it meant to be a Trojan and what it was like as far as the landscape of women's basketball at that time the rivalries. I'm you're going to get to know more about the players in from their teammates themselves. And you'll hear clips from Geno Auriemma Reggie Miller. Doris Burke teasha Chiro the nineteen eighty-four Olympics Paula. Mcgee and the cause from the championship games of nineteen eighty three and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Let's all get a history lesson from the inside of what was so special about USC. Women's basketball in the women of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern California trojans outlet more southern California at forward six three junior from Flint Michigan number eleven all over more southern California at Bulwer from Riverside California number thirty one zero southern California Singer. Six three junior from Flint Michigan over thirty southern California had guard a by rescued from New York City. We're southern yard five nine zero number or no

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Host The Party By Starting A Podcast

Trent365

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Host The Party By Starting A Podcast

"In one of the great things. I've learned from Gary Vinyl over the years. Is this concept of hosting the party Gary Compares to the in the high school environment where the coolest kid in town was the kid whose parents went away every weekend and he was able to have parties at his house. The cool kids would come to the party because it was the the only place where parents went around and so by default that kid who is otherwise all of a sudden. He's a cool kid because he's got the party with the cookies one account the same happens in business if you wanted to say target. Let's say hotel Geno manages if you want to host a party hotel. Genuine general managers will come all of sudden moving in that circle. One of the ways you could do that is by starting a podcast about hotel. General managers you interview. Hotel Geno manages all of a sudden by doing that. You're now reaching out the hotel. GM's all the time you're inviting them to be on your podcast. Sorry he's loud this morning this afternoon. And so you'll have mixing in that circle your controlling the narrative. People are coming to you to say can be on your podcast or alternatively when you reach out to them they sang all. Of course. I'm happy to be on the PODCAST. 'cause you're you're talking about me and it helps raise their profile so one of the great ways that you can help control. The narrative is to host a party one of the ways to host. A party is simply stop a podcast. It's super easy to do these days. Not Expensive Not complicated hosting a party about hotel. General manages all marketing. Six all courier drivers whoever it is you WANNA mix with whatever circle you WANNA being host. A party started. podcast targeting specific people then all of a sudden you are in control of the narrative over the next couple of days. I'll share

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Some 2020 Oscars Fashion Faves

Celeb News Ride Home

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Some 2020 Oscars Fashion Faves

"What you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News Oscar's edition low woah eight. We're GONNA get to the awards show and we're going to get to the after parties but first we have to talk about is a fast Sean. Okay we got to kick things off talking about fashion through a lot of great looks this year. I think I watched so many of those dumb slow motion like he news fashion camera things. I think now everything I look at is in slow motion. My eyes broke watching. So many of those stylized Slo mo videos or whatever anyway as far as getting ready moments I loved Zach braff posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He had some like cute block and white right shots of her like with her dress on and getting ready at his house. I'm assuming she doesn't have her own house in la yet because she's she's new anyway. Did notice this in Zach Braff instagram story. In addition to posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He also posted a picture of a mirror with like a cute little a post. It note reminder on it at said take your tickets. Like as if he's trying to remind foreign spewed not forget her tickets to the Oscars anyway. It seems cute normal but then I looked closer at the shot and he has used three different. Post it notes to post this message on a mirror. It's like the worst to nonsensical usage of post. It notes I've ever seen it's like he's using to post it notes in lieu of like tape. I guess but it just it looks bonkers. I highly recommend you go check out the photo of it. I'M GONNA put it on her social media accounts so you can see anyway so I guess she remembered you bring your tickets because she did show up Florence pugh or a great dress was like green and had all these tiers layers to it. It was spaghetti strap at had a little title bout. I loved it other fashion that I really liked Natalie. Portman war a Dior Cape that had embroidered on it all the names of the female female directors who were not nominated which I thought was kind of a cool statement spike Lee were a purple and yellow suit with the numbers. Twenty four stitched on the front and back in honor of the late Kobe. Bryant Kristen Wig wore this big red dress that made her kind of look like a delicious piece of lasagna. Like go all your red hot piece of uncooked LASAGNA. Pasta it was it was great. I loved it. Geno Monet had a good look. She were this like metallic hooded dress. US that I really liked. I love an actresses like bring kind of a met gala fashion vibe to the red carpet like they go over the top. I think that's fine like if if you're GONNA be famous and go to the Oscars like why not have some fun with it. You know like why. Why just look like hot and glamorous when you could look like hot hot glamorous and absolutely crazy speaking of like big fashion moments? I also loved Sandra. Oh's dress you had this giant and philosophy glittery like dusty rose gown. It was awesome in it was it just. I like when a gown takes up a lot of space in and Sandra. Oh she took up a lot of space in to me. That's fashion. Is it weird. That my favorite look of the night might have been from the child actress. Sophia Ed butters. Who played the little girl in once upon a time in Hollywood? I know it's weird. I don't like love that my favorite look was worn by a child child star. But it's true. I don't know what that says about my fashion taste but I thought she looked great. She had this like all pink. High Collar are button up. But like Poofy pantsuit thing. It's honestly so cute and chic. It's very age appropriate too. I liked and it. It's it's like a fairytale princess who is going to work as an accountant or something. It's a great is a great vibe amend to

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Dealing With Alcoholism

Mentally Yours

09:21 min | 1 year ago

Dealing With Alcoholism

"So Simon Welcome into yours. Thanks for have amazed to be here so I want to talk to you about kind of in general Staying Sober Pass Stride Stride January through that now and also how alcohol and giving up. Alcohol has affected your mental health mentally. I focus on your mental health. You show regrets mentally taking mental entity then then today mm-hmm so can we start with. Just how did you realize that you had a problem with alcohol. Yeah that's a really good place to start. Actually because so many mini paypal ever realized. I've got a problem. They drink daily and think everything's Okay and always one of those people. I was drinking between one and three bottles of red wine. Every day often washed down with Basil sometimes spirits and I went on for years the over two decades not realize how to problem and eventually I could see it was affecting me how I was an alcoholic in front of the most important things in my life. Lock my son and my wife my health my career and spent about five years in the place off the being away which was actually being aware I had a problem and starting to realize this was affected my diet to die life and causing causing me problems and always thinking about alcohol too much and that actually led to about five years being stuck in a really radio painful price which was where I was aware but I didn't know what the hell do about an when I coach people I help people quit alcohol-free free my facebook group and I do coaching sessions Away from that as well. I often tell them that. That is probably the toughest Paul on the journey anita to freedom from alcohol. When you're stuck in that place where you just what to do you know you've got all the way to go? How do you ton that was a difficult time for me? And it's you know it's been a long time there and I mean without going into the detail which might be we can dig into a little bit without got into that detail. The tipping point for me was one more than some computer hands were shaking shaking uncontrollably and the next day the same thing can realize that this was affected my health. They always going to end up date. Full the age of fifty. If I carry. Don't do this and that was when she moved for just just being aware. I had a problem to actually starting to do something about the people in your life. Were they aware of what was going on. What you're doing now? Like many people with the alcohol problem always always really good at Kinda covering up. is you run a business with twenty five staff all used to be in the face by Hoff seven mice commends out. Brush my teeth three or four times every morning Matanga be pub the red wine the night before and nobody really knew die. Now if I service MEL Polls my skin from the booze the auto the night before Detroit take steps to hide it my wife Yes. She was aware of how much I was drinking and she moved from drinking bottles of wine onto wind box. As because I I kind of wanted to hide that and don't really be able to say it in the cowboy Die for what it was. An the winebox is really easy to get Radovan. It opened the recycling of the neighbors. Say when you were drinking at at your worse did you notice. Certain triggers was when he was stressed or is it just constant drinking drinking everyday. Now it was a free died and Juno will always gave myself a raisin so if we had a good diet baseness yeah we we brought on board five new clients. That's the reason they celebrate. Open the wine. If I had a bad Diana client left us a bad review. That was another escapees. He's always have a reason an otherwise. justify it to myself so that one big all it wasn't a binge drinker way EH. That was a particular trigger or a place that set it off. It was just the daily routine. My son would go to bed so not. You couldn't wait to get intimate. which is all for now so that I could get shares out the cupboard and just drink it in his volumes of as much as possible? Oh so now. That wasn't really trigger. It was just the daily routine looking back. was there anything that you are trying to kind of escape from that time. Yeah that's a Geno Soggy marches come to light since I quit his Co. story I particularly in relation to mental health. But I think think I was so suffered from really really bad anxiety is horrific and I would worry about things that never often never happened. Happened and I would walk myself are part of meltdowns about things by myself. Feel better by thinking as a wise the wine join the savage in the tykes the edge of so I think I was coined self medicating without actually realizing all these tough challenging thoughts that were going on in my head and these feelings but the the interesting dimension to this is over since I quit drink him now always being quiet. hyperactive impulsive There's a whole a whole bunch of things on a paper said to me over. The years might go. Gee must've each day and he's been like a running joke since I quit. A lot of the symptoms have been so much clearer a- a- my wife actually said to me suck me down and said no I'm really saying as I'm sayin' in Saga many things. The didn't see when you were drink him because always mosque in it with the alcohol and the quit. Drinking is almost like someone's pope the cutters on these symptoms and not hide from is not covered up now so I actually went for an assessment again long story show and and they confirmed the combined at idea each day an had. I not quit drinking. I would never have been able to sean lawyer lawyer on that or would probably just carried on living as I was an all makes much sense now. The I actually Drinkin- because I had so many things things going on with the idea. Hd as well as the ZOA. Though I just felt frustrated things would get to me. I didn't feel like people understood more House things might fail by was okay because I always had wine in. That always took the edge off and on could always look forward to so again if it was another gift from the Saga Life. The I've been able to know the of got a now understand myself yourself a bit better. Yeah we've been up a whole another angle tons of men to health and so on size not only the hangs is Adhd guy with it is well how do you cope with Adhd and anxiety now. Because obviously it's brilliant give up drinking but it's kind of like you've given up your self medication as well yet. That's so around probably three or four months after I quit drinking the the dog clouds of anxiety that had been with me for probably twenty years or more. It was almost as if they started to fight a wide and it was like the sun-star it in my life again and I was so much more engaged in prison with my son and my wife and my friends and anything that I who is doing and also it actually notice it myself smiling and laughing again. I thought I was destined to become these grumpy old. Man I just thought that was who I was Rosen. How it was gonna be and suddenly things started? Changing anxiety faded away instead of feeling like nine or ten Out of ten in terms of how bad it was it. Just fight it down to like two or three out of ten and yes things do still come up. The Coles may anxiety. Aw that's life but I've now learned to sit with emotions and sit with uncomfortable fade ins off even youtube videos about how to handle those failings Phelan's and worked through them rather than bury the old self medicate with alcohol. So I can now Have something uncomfortable happened my life and three that confounded away with complete closure on never to rear its head again kind of thing. That's that's how it

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Browns Make It Official

NFL Live

10:19 min | 1 year ago

Browns Make It Official

"We will start with the official news out of Cleveland Scavenge to ban skis hired by the browns. They announce officially on Monday. He's thirty seven. Spent fourteen seasons as an assistant in Minnesota but has never been a head coach at any level level his entire. NFL coaching career. As I mentioned has been with one organization the Minnesota Vikings Stansky took over play calling duties on offense late in the two thousand eighteen season. Minnesota ran the ball. Forty seven percent of the time with Danske asked the play caller. That's the second highest rate in that span trailing only the Baltimore Ravens was introduced at a press conference just a little while ago. I the foremost success starts with people and I know we'll talk a lot about culture but it is absolutely about the people and everybody knows the Harry Truman quote. It's amazing what you can accomplish when no one cares who gets. That's the credit and that's what I believe. We have in our building. We have great people. I know we're going to add to it will hire G. G. M. here in the next week can or two and we're going to add to this culture that that we're building here and we have the right people and again. I can't stress enough. How excited I am the be? Just a part of did you know to use a basketball terms to my dad can understand this. I want to be the point guard for this organization. I want to bring the ball up then I wanNA share the basketball and let so what else get an easy bucket though smiling over there. WE'RE NOT GONNA I'M NOT GONNA speak anything into existence right now I can. I promise you that we're GONNA work. I've already spoken to a few of our players already. And that's what I'm about I'm about working and I'm about putting a foundation together the other. We will be methodical about it. We will not skip. Step two two and three to get to four. We're GONNA start in the foundation and then we're going to reinforce foundation Shen said we can build upon it and when I'm talking about this I'm talking about schemes and technique will be diligent about working with our players so that they can develop into the the best versions of themselves and ultimately we're building a foundation for what we hope is a championship. Effort will have a culture of accountability. We'll have structures is in place the players will understand our rules. And what we're about and we're going to demanding and we're going to hold each player accountable. Because ultimately I know this about players they they May Not come out and ask you for that. But that's what they want. Well perhaps the tenth. TIME IS THE CHARM IN CLEVELAND. Stansky is the tenth full time head coach Wjr. The browns have hired since returning to the League in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine that is the most in the league over that span of the previous nine. None have posted a winning record. Heard and not a single one has lasted more than four seasons continuity and consistency has been a real issue in Cleveland. Victor certainly something they'd like to you see changes to fanciest step in the right direction. In your opinion will I believe he is and I think that consistency where it is important. And right because you put up that list of all the coaches and the coaches that they've they've pretty much funneled through throughout the years can you provide that level of stability that they've been seeking for almost a year in and year out. Can you provide that for their now. The thing I do like about Stansky a fan ski is that he has experience with creating plays for two star receivers and I think that's something that's going to have to translate over to the Cleveland. Browns obviously with Odell Beckham junior junior and Jarvis Landry and having that experience I'm sure enticed of that for an office inside bring him in and understanding that they got to get the best out of these players in the best out of all their play makers obviously nick included In the backfield now is he going to be a leader of men and he is he going to be able to handle. The Eagles and the different personalities is that are in that locker room. Desk the biggest question that still remains to be seen. It's defense gas interviewed with the browns. Before in fact it's believed that he was the first source of politics but Desta several seasons ago and and it didn't work out. Matt you spent time with him as part of that Minnesota Vikings Organization. What can you tell us right? He he was a young quarterback coach at the time. And so when I got there was actually a little bit older than he was which is an interesting dynamic but at the same time. He's been all around that building. You know he's an administrative assistant and when he started there then. He was a quarterback coach. He's I've been with the running backs he's been with the wide receivers so he's been in all the different elements of the offensive side of the ball. He's seen the ups and downs. He's seen how free agency can impact so he's got a great feel feel. He's a great leader. He's got a presence about himself in the other thing that I think that the Cleveland browns are probably drawn to is the simple fact that this is a very quarterback friendly offensive structure that he's presented presented in for a guy like Baker Mayfield that had had his struggles last year. And maybe some confidence issues. Maybe not though. Let's see the press conference the same time. It's a quarterback friendly. There's a lot of play action. There's a lot of movement of the pockets. A Lotta easy throws to be made screen. And then there's like you said that balance forty seven percent percent of the time the run the ball. There's great balance in that offensive structure in for a young quarterback and going into his third year after some struggles. I think this is a great fit for that organization Asian and going back to when they actually made this higher People in Cleveland were telling me that it was actually his run game because we see what he was able to do with Dowling Cook and how he was able to make become a good player to really a great one and he's a central part of that offense that we now see in Minnesota and that was a big part of it but in terms of now Cleveland going forward looking for GM the way it was explained to me is they really want these to head coach and gm to work as one. This is why they moved on. From John Dorsey Percy and Freddie Kitchens. They didn't feel like this was working together. So they're looking for someone who has the same vision and the analytics department obviously is of of crucial part of Cleveland. And what they're looking for a head coach and I think that's why Stefanski became that lead candidate because he's accepting of it. He wants to be part of that and You know I think I saw some reports out there about how Cleveland is demanding that their head coach presents the game plan to ownership and really the way it was explained to me. It's not so much that they want to see the game plan. They just want everyone to be in sync to go over to make sure they're all on the same page headed into the game. Well you can't blame him and and that is something that clearly was not the case. I think you make a great point. It's poor in that somebody come in and be able to work and mold Baker Mayfield but also be able to be the CEO and run this whole organization and have everybody else be accountable. I think Freddie Kitchens might have had one of those two things that went by the wayside outside the quarterback with the hiring in Cleveland. What it does mean? Is that every chair on the head. Coaching carousel is now accounted for. The browns were the fifth and final team to hire a new head coach in the off season. Three of the hires tires Stefanski as we just discussed Joe Judge with the giants and Matt Raw and Carolina our first time. NFL head coaches the other two quite the contrary contrary Mike McCarthy in Dallas Ron Rivera in Washington they will get a second chance or in some cases third or fourth various established. NFL head coaches of of all the five. Who Intrigues you? The most in their new spot intrigues me is Matt Rule. I WanNa see what really transpires here right. He seven years sixty million dollar contract. That's a big commitment big commitment. I mean we might need to think about going into coach. That's it has everything else that they're also saying that they're making a commitment to Cam Newton with the type of style and the offensive structured. That they've set up McCaffrey's there I mean they've got the pieces of the puzzle there now. It's interesting to see how that that offensive structure from college translates to the NFL. which is I mean? There's been guys like chip Kelly in the past right John Harbaugh's price guy. That's been the most successful but that was more of a pro style offense with the most the most recent Kingsbury in Arizona so cliff Kingsbury. Excuse me it's been a mixed bag. There's no question. Let me ask you this just circling back to something you said by hiring Matt rule it you believe this means a commitment to Cam Newton. Can you explain why why I just think that The Baylor and watching their offense of structure and the RPO that takes place that's run pass options and all the different things that they're well versed in and that the Baylor offense has been historically historically very successful with in terms of that offense of structure I just think that that Fits Cam Newton's game very well and so I believe that that's a statement saying look. We wanted to bring somebody in here that you're going to be comfortable in this type of offense of structure and go out and be able to put yourself in a position to have success extent to intrigue you for me. Is Joe Judge my beloved giants. I think well I just think because going into it. Once I saw the Vacancy Happen at the head coaching position I was all right. The giants are GonNa come in here and get either like a Ron Rivera type or even McCarthy and get a guy that will come in and commanding presence. Once he walks into the building and I think with the hiring of Joe Judge just left me like okay I. It felt like the same cycle almost felt like coach mcadoo a couple years ago when you give a guy a shot and bring him in if he can transcend The coaching position or the year. After that when you bring in Pat Shurmur and you try to bring take a chance on another guy. Felt like we're taking another chance on another guy but granted. I must say I loved after the press conference I loved his mannerisms I love. He literally embodied what the New York Giants Football Organization is all about when he stepped up there on that podium Liam so I say that with a grain of salt because I love the press conference and I think he's going to bring something different than the other two coaches did in the past. But I still left me scratching my head in terms of who was out there here in the type of guys that could've came in that building and commanded a present these guys by the way Matt Rule and Gioja Geno. It's not about winning the press coverage but they did rule who was must see TV. I was just watching. He's missing time with the giants. Who so I knew all about? He's got does I think you know obviously recruiting such a big part of being a head coach in college. You don't mean to recruit You know when you're in the NFL. Which is why? I'm an agreement with you. I think that is the most enticing match COPA or at least the situation of the coaches just because you just look at history and making that jump from college the NFL. It's not easy and there just hasn't been a high success rate there. I think obviously he spent a little time with a giant. So it's not like he's

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"A big. No Green Bay Packers Vince Lombardi fan. Dallas cowboys. Pittsburgh Steelers forty Niners. All the great great great franchises that have been great for longtime. What's happening here? This point in time is never never been duplicated. And now here I am doing the same thing. But I'm just stating facts. I'm just dating facts. And given the world that we live in how hard it is to repeat. In pro football. How the deck is stacked against you. The following year when you win and you get the tougher schedule. And you keep going back keep going back and keep going back and you change turnover players turnover player, but three things have remained constant. Robert Kraft, Bill Belichick Tom Brady. You can have your opinion and think that somebody's done a better. And I respect your opinion. But in my opinion. This is the best that anybody's ever done. It. No one's ever done. It better. Then these three people have done it. And we're very fortunate to grow to live here in New England and be able to experience it firsthand. So. Good luck to the pats in the Super Bowl. Will. We'll come back. We're in our season. So we'll come back. With another podcast soon. But hope hopefully, you enjoyed. No bit of Sheryl Crowe. Hopefully, you're a fan of music. Maybe you understand better. Now her history a little bit and. Her fight with breast cancer and her thoughts on. Music in general, and where women fit into the music world. And my ramblings. Haven't had a chance to do that. Hopefully, I didn't put anybody in a tizzy. Maybe I did. I did. So until until we get together. Again, this has been Gino Auriemma. Holding court. We'll see you soon.

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"A big. No Green Bay Packers Vince Lombardi fan. Dallas cowboys. Pittsburgh Steelers forty Niners. All the great great great franchises that have been great for longtime. What's happening here? This point in time is never never been duplicated. And now here I am doing the same thing. But I'm just stating facts. I'm just dating facts. And given the world that we live in how hard it is to repeat. In pro football. How the deck is stacked against you. The following year when you win and you get the tougher schedule. And you keep going back keep going back and keep going back and you change turnover players turnover player, but three things have remained constant. Robert Kraft, Bill Belichick Tom Brady. You can have your opinion and think that somebody's done a better. And I respect your opinion. But in my opinion. This is the best that anybody's ever done. It. No one's ever done. It better. Then these three people have done it. And we're very fortunate to grow to live here in New England and be able to experience it firsthand. So. Good luck to the pats in the Super Bowl. Will. We'll come back. We're in our season. So we'll come back. With another podcast soon. But hope hopefully, you enjoyed. No bit of Sheryl Crowe. Hopefully, you're a fan of music. Maybe you understand better. Now her history a little bit and. Her fight with breast cancer and her thoughts on. Music in general, and where women fit into the music world. And my ramblings. Haven't had a chance to do that. Hopefully, I didn't put anybody in a tizzy. Maybe I did. I did. So until until we get together. Again, this has been Gino Auriemma. Holding court. We'll see you soon.

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"It's always followed by that other person's sucks. And and I think we've lost a little bit of ourselves in sports. I wish we could. I wish we could just appreciate. Sports. For what it is. Without having to. To constantly judge in constantly compare. But, but then again, if we did that there'd be no reason to have half the people that are on TV talking about sports because that's all they talk about is to tell you who's better than everybody else. Which I've always which I've always found interesting. You know now that I'm sitting here with a headset on. That people who are sports writers for a living. Then go on TV and tell you that the experts at football. And they're experts at baseball, and they're experts at basketball when really they just have an opinion. But if you would've voiced that opinion, you'd be an idiot. You don't know what you're talking about? But what makes them experts? While they're there sports reporters. Okay. That's their opinion less. They're giving you facts, which anybody can find the facts to giving you their opinion. And then you get to decide whether that opinion matters or whether it doesn't, but for anybody to tell you your opinion. Does it not? For anybody to tell you that your opinions, the greatest opinion, ever the worst opinion. You know? So I find these things interesting. I thought I'd throw them out there for and now the hall of fame. Baseball hall of fame Marian Rivera. Unanimous. You magin it. Some people are not unanimous. You know, some people not being unanimous hall of famers. Is about as bad. As voting for some of the people that have been voted into the hall of fame that have really lowered the standards of the whole thing. So to be surprised Marian Rivera's unanimous. It's crazy. Of course, he's unanimous. Of course. To not be unanimous. They should stop the voting. Anybody that didn't vote for Marian Rivera should not be allowed to vote anymore. It's like those people didn't vote for Hank Aaron unanimous. You're kidding me. Right. The first unanimous player that means there was some knuckleheads didn't vote for Mickey Mantle. That means there were some guys that didn't vote for Willie Mays. Why what's their opinions? So they're entitled to their opinion. But their opinion wasn't based on their baseball ability was based on prejudice their own prejudices. Whatever the prejudice might be, you know, they didn't like the guy whatever the case may be. So it's interesting, you know, as we're talking about this. I'm you know, just throwing stuff out there about opinions and judgments that people make. And the latest is the greatest. You're that you're the you're the greatest of all time. Until when until you're not. You know, what's was it that down Hanley song the new kid in town? Your everybody's favourite until somebody new comes along. That's the way it goes. So for those of you out there that are listening. We coaches we take a very humorous look at all this. We just sit back and smile, and and listen to all the stuff that's out there. And we watch and we have a great time. We love listening to people's comments. We love listening and reading. The stuff people sent into us. Anytime we're sent in. Hey, you're not gonna believe what was on this chat room. Yeah. What was it? Let me say and people describing what's going on on the team, you know, at practice or what went on in the huddle. Or you know, what what the coaches are thinking. That it's so ludicrous. And and it is it is again, it's people's opinion. People making judgments. And. That's part of the this part of the fun of of coaching. It's part of the fun of watching sports as part of the fun of reading about sports. You get to have an opinion. But remember this all of you that are out there? You know, everybody has an opinion. Everybody has an opinion. Everybody's entitled to opinion. You're just not entitled to say that your opinion is the only one that matters. You're not entitled to say that your opinion. Is more important than someone else's? Or that because you're right. The other person has the worst opinion in the history of opinions. You just entitled to your opinion. Stupid. Is that opinion might be you're entitled to it? So anyway. Super bowl. Baseball fame. Lots of stuff going on. Patriots Rams everybody here. In New England's Gaga patriots. The standard by which all other pro pro football franchises are measured. And up eagles fan. And then living up here for the last thirty some years. I gotta tell you. It's never been done better. In your. I'm.

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Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"I think are are constantly amused by as well, how many times you think the Brian James is heard were who do you think's better? Lebron James, Michael, Jordan. At that. That's just for the people that yell at each other on TV to to create news to create interest. Hey, let's have a debate. Who's better, Michael Jordan or LeBron James? Whereas the the really good sports fan was sit there and go who cares? You know, who cares? No, or you know, Hyo here. Young people talk like this to you know, there's no way Babe Ruth could play baseball today who cares? You don't have to. Or you hear people my age some older people go. Yeah. Well back in the day. A guy that hit two forty in major league baseball isn't gonna make fifteen million. Well, who cares? The bottom line is. That's what that's what a week hitting pretty good. Fielding shortstop can make maybe league baseball in today's world. Your talk. You know, you'll talk the Charleston. You know, Jose guy was the eleventh man in the NBA see on the bench making ten million a year. You know when the best player in the league wasn't making ten million a year. Maybe when Charles was flying. But who cares? It's the world. And I think we have to accept it. You know, I think we have to accept what is today is let's compare today with today. Let's now compare today with yesterday we're last week or last month or last year or ten years ago. You know, so we live in we live in this world where whatever's happening today. It's gotta be the best ever. There's no way that anything that happened before. Here can be as good as today. And I I hear all all the time. You know instant greatness. Instinct greatness. Win two national championships. You're the greatest thing ever. You know when to NBA championships your dynasty? The greatest hitter in the history of baseball. Why? Because maybe you you almost win the triple crown. It's it's to me. I think we we've gotten to the point where you're either the greatest you're the worst the there's there's there's this. There's this missing of like, it's okay. It's okay to just be really really good without saying the other guy has to be bad. It's okay to just celebrate that you're good without having to demean someone by saying their lousy. I've I've always had always had a struggle with that. Always. And it's just manifesting itself everywhere fans. You know, a games people watching TV politics. This the greatest movie ever, you know, my son's famous for this as I'm sure, you know, a lot of people like this movie comes out top five movies of all time you go. We always have a fun thing with. Okay, that is like the forty fifth top five movie of all time. You've ever mentioned, you know. Oh, that's the greatest song ever see that guy. He's the greatest ever. Yeah. So quick to put labels on things. And we're quick the judge when really we should just appreciate it. Which just go out. That's really really good. Without having to then relegate somebody to something else and and taking the body of work. Like right now, we're getting ready for the Super Bowl. Right. And there's this. Well, who's the greatest quarterback of all time? And then Tom Brady's one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. No. Well. Tom brady. Tom Brady's a great quarterback. Bill bell checks a great coach. Yeah. But is he is good as Chuck? No. It doesn't have to be. He doesn't have to be. He just has to be known as a great coach Tom Brady is he the greatest quarterback of all time while I don't know. He's not as good as you know, Dan Marino or he's not as good as Terry Bradshaw. Joe Montana, or you know, name all the guys that that that are out there. Now, he's not as good as Peyton Manning. Then you go. I it just for argument while he has X number of titles. He has five the other guys have five bub-bubba. They threw for more yards. You go into all these crazy things and you start to realize that we've created a world where someone has to be the greatest. Which in and of itself is fine. But then..

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"I think are are constantly amused by as well, how many times you think the Brian James is heard were who do you think's better? Lebron James, Michael, Jordan. At that. That's just for the people that yell at each other on TV to to create news to create interest. Hey, let's have a debate. Who's better, Michael Jordan or LeBron James? Whereas the the really good sports fan was sit there and go who cares? You know, who cares? No, or you know, Hyo here. Young people talk like this to you know, there's no way Babe Ruth could play baseball today who cares? You don't have to. Or you hear people my age some older people go. Yeah. Well back in the day. A guy that hit two forty in major league baseball isn't gonna make fifteen million. Well, who cares? The bottom line is. That's what that's what a week hitting pretty good. Fielding shortstop can make maybe league baseball in today's world. Your talk. You know, you'll talk the Charleston. You know, Jose guy was the eleventh man in the NBA see on the bench making ten million a year. You know when the best player in the league wasn't making ten million a year. Maybe when Charles was flying. But who cares? It's the world. And I think we have to accept it. You know, I think we have to accept what is today is let's compare today with today. Let's now compare today with yesterday we're last week or last month or last year or ten years ago. You know, so we live in we live in this world where whatever's happening today. It's gotta be the best ever. There's no way that anything that happened before. Here can be as good as today. And I I hear all all the time. You know instant greatness. Instinct greatness. Win two national championships. You're the greatest thing ever. You know when to NBA championships your dynasty? The greatest hitter in the history of baseball. Why? Because maybe you you almost win the triple crown. It's it's to me. I think we we've gotten to the point where you're either the greatest you're the worst the there's there's there's this. There's this missing of like, it's okay. It's okay to just be really really good without saying the other guy has to be bad. It's okay to just celebrate that you're good without having to demean someone by saying their lousy. I've I've always had always had a struggle with that. Always. And it's just manifesting itself everywhere fans. You know, a games people watching TV politics. This the greatest movie ever, you know, my son's famous for this as I'm sure, you know, a lot of people like this movie comes out top five movies of all time you go. We always have a fun thing with. Okay, that is like the forty fifth top five movie of all time. You've ever mentioned, you know. Oh, that's the greatest song ever see that guy. He's the greatest ever. Yeah. So quick to put labels on things. And we're quick the judge when really we should just appreciate it. Which just go out. That's really really good. Without having to then relegate somebody to something else and and taking the body of work. Like right now, we're getting ready for the Super Bowl. Right. And there's this. Well, who's the greatest quarterback of all time? And then Tom Brady's one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. No. Well. Tom brady. Tom Brady's a great quarterback. Bill bell checks a great coach. Yeah. But is he is good as Chuck? No. It doesn't have to be. He doesn't have to be. He just has to be known as a great coach Tom Brady is he the greatest quarterback of all time while I don't know. He's not as good as you know, Dan Marino or he's not as good as Terry Bradshaw. Joe Montana, or you know, name all the guys that that that are out there. Now, he's not as good as Peyton Manning. Then you go. I it just for argument while he has X number of titles. He has five the other guys have five bub-bubba. They threw for more yards. You go into all these crazy things and you start to realize that we've created a world where someone has to be the greatest. Which in and of itself is fine. But then..

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"And I also speak to a lot of companies, and you know in the audience. It's going to be a mix guys women older younger middle you name it upper management middle regular people. And and it's funny when when you when you talk to them, and you know, and you're you're the, you know, your women's basketball coach, and, you know, oughta Mattie, you know, some people like, wow, that's really cool. Coach Amies won a lot of games and some women, you know, in the audience who like, wow, that's really cool. You know, we got somebody. That's a champion of women's, you know, an advocate for for women in a lot of ways. And then you've got guys in audience that are like women's basketball. You know that I can't believe that. I listen to this which is would again, it's everybody's got an opinion, and everybody's entitled to their opinion. But one thing that I find that's crazy that I hear this all the time. I wish I had a dollar for every time. I hear you know, when someone would come up and say. Well, you know, your team couldn't beat a really good, Mitzi. Well, that is might be the dumbest thing that anybody could ever say. Doesn't matter whether they could or couldn't they don't have to. You know, the that that's like saying Serena Williams couldn't beat Roger Federer stupid. She doesn't have to. Or that a woman's accomplishment accomplishments against other women is less than a men's accomplishment against another man. So when these guys are talking, you know, the one thing I try to remind them all the time is, you know, guys like, my more and sue bird, Diana Tarizi? And you know, Sylvia, Fowles you name it all these great all these great players or Serena Williams, or you know, you name it Simone biles, you know, that you you you. You look at these people, and you say, well, they're accomplishments are what they are..

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"And I also speak to a lot of companies, and you know in the audience. It's going to be a mix guys women older younger middle you name it upper management middle regular people. And and it's funny when when you when you talk to them, and you know, and you're you're the, you know, your women's basketball coach, and, you know, oughta Mattie, you know, some people like, wow, that's really cool. Coach Amies won a lot of games and some women, you know, in the audience who like, wow, that's really cool. You know, we got somebody. That's a champion of women's, you know, an advocate for for women in a lot of ways. And then you've got guys in audience that are like women's basketball. You know that I can't believe that. I listen to this which is would again, it's everybody's got an opinion, and everybody's entitled to their opinion. But one thing that I find that's crazy that I hear this all the time. I wish I had a dollar for every time. I hear you know, when someone would come up and say. Well, you know, your team couldn't beat a really good, Mitzi. Well, that is might be the dumbest thing that anybody could ever say. Doesn't matter whether they could or couldn't they don't have to. You know, the that that's like saying Serena Williams couldn't beat Roger Federer stupid. She doesn't have to. Or that a woman's accomplishment accomplishments against other women is less than a men's accomplishment against another man. So when these guys are talking, you know, the one thing I try to remind them all the time is, you know, guys like, my more and sue bird, Diana Tarizi? And you know, Sylvia, Fowles you name it all these great all these great players or Serena Williams, or you know, you name it Simone biles, you know, that you you you. You look at these people, and you say, well, they're accomplishments are what they are..

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Well, there you. There. You have something a little bit different Sheryl Crowe. You know? I'm old enough to to remember. Her early early early music. But it just just the one of the things she you know, she mentioned. Going from, you know, Keith Richards to dealing with Johnny cash music, if you if you listen to her music and read about her and being on stage with Mick Jagger, and Don Henley and. You start to get a sense of how what a small world that is. And how musicians study other musicians, and it doesn't matter. What field? Whether it's you know, the Eric Clapton wanting to to learn what's going on in the world of blues. And and then having to study and going down to. Whether it was Mississippi and New Orleans in Memphis. And having you know. Guys. Like, Keith Richards, saying I wanna I wanna play with you. You know, Johnny Johnson on you know, the piano. It's it's incredible. How much? These these people believe in each other and wanna work with each other. You know, people that are great wanna work with other people that are great. In a greatness is is is defined by the people you surround yourself with. And and the however good you are if you find people out there that are as good if not better than you are at what they do. And you're able to incorporate them into your life. It's. It's the one way that I note to elevate yourself. The other thing that I thought was interesting was. You know, Cheryl mentioned the couple of things in in reading her background this idea of. And it's been in the news a lot lately that you know, this celebrity's getting involved in social causes. You know, you hear both sides of it. You know, there's this the one that came out in the NBA where somebody said, you know, somebody from TV told LeBron thinks shut up and dribble. And then I think he went he ran with that did a thing with it, which I thought was really good to then some athletes being criticized for not saying anything. Not using their platform. It's an interesting dilemma that great athletes, really famous athletes, or it could be, you know, musicians actors actresses you name it. It's it's it's a unique situation. Do I do I use my platform for my personal views or do I stay in my lane? I've always I've always wondered why it's not okay for a great athlete to have a political view. Or a a great songwriter, a great musician to have views on anything other than their music, as if they're not entitled to have an opinion. Whatever that opinion is. That's like saying, you know, that stockbroker shouldn't have an opinion on anything other than. Buying and selling stocks that truck driver shouldn't be allowed to comment. Which if you take that they say, well, you know, those people on TV that comment all the time on what's going on. This should not be allowed to comment on anything other than. How to be a broadcaster how to be a TV person? They should be talking about anchorman, and we'll pharaoh not about politics sports or anything else that that's out there. So it's kind of ludicrous that just because you have a platform, you should only be allowed to talk about your particular thing. But people have opinions. You know, if you're listening out there, you have an opinion. The only difference is you don't have a place to express your opinion. And that's not anybody's fault. That's just is what it is. You know, and you may agree with some things that you know, Sheryl Crowe says, you know, women have to work really really hard harder to men to achieve the same level. You could say, well, you know, I find that to not be true or you could say I great. But you can't say she shouldn't have the opinion. She shouldn't have that opinion. I mean, that's to me. That's crazy. Right. And that leads me to another thing. That's funny. I do a lot of speaking things..

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Well, there you. There. You have something a little bit different Sheryl Crowe. You know? I'm old enough to to remember. Her early early early music. But it just just the one of the things she you know, she mentioned. Going from, you know, Keith Richards to dealing with Johnny cash music, if you if you listen to her music and read about her and being on stage with Mick Jagger, and Don Henley and. You start to get a sense of how what a small world that is. And how musicians study other musicians, and it doesn't matter. What field? Whether it's you know, the Eric Clapton wanting to to learn what's going on in the world of blues. And and then having to study and going down to. Whether it was Mississippi and New Orleans in Memphis. And having you know. Guys. Like, Keith Richards, saying I wanna I wanna play with you. You know, Johnny Johnson on you know, the piano. It's it's incredible. How much? These these people believe in each other and wanna work with each other. You know, people that are great wanna work with other people that are great. In a greatness is is is defined by the people you surround yourself with. And and the however good you are if you find people out there that are as good if not better than you are at what they do. And you're able to incorporate them into your life. It's. It's the one way that I note to elevate yourself. The other thing that I thought was interesting was. You know, Cheryl mentioned the couple of things in in reading her background this idea of. And it's been in the news a lot lately that you know, this celebrity's getting involved in social causes. You know, you hear both sides of it. You know, there's this the one that came out in the NBA where somebody said, you know, somebody from TV told LeBron thinks shut up and dribble. And then I think he went he ran with that did a thing with it, which I thought was really good to then some athletes being criticized for not saying anything. Not using their platform. It's an interesting dilemma that great athletes, really famous athletes, or it could be, you know, musicians actors actresses you name it. It's it's it's a unique situation. Do I do I use my platform for my personal views or do I stay in my lane? I've always I've always wondered why it's not okay for a great athlete to have a political view. Or a a great songwriter, a great musician to have views on anything other than their music, as if they're not entitled to have an opinion. Whatever that opinion is. That's like saying, you know, that stockbroker shouldn't have an opinion on anything other than. Buying and selling stocks that truck driver shouldn't be allowed to comment. Which if you take that they say, well, you know, those people on TV that comment all the time on what's going on. This should not be allowed to comment on anything other than. How to be a broadcaster how to be a TV person? They should be talking about anchorman, and we'll pharaoh not about politics sports or anything else that that's out there. So it's kind of ludicrous that just because you have a platform, you should only be allowed to talk about your particular thing. But people have opinions. You know, if you're listening out there, you have an opinion. The only difference is you don't have a place to express your opinion. And that's not anybody's fault. That's just is what it is. You know, and you may agree with some things that you know, Sheryl Crowe says, you know, women have to work really really hard harder to men to achieve the same level. You could say, well, you know, I find that to not be true or you could say I great. But you can't say she shouldn't have the opinion. She shouldn't have that opinion. I mean, that's to me. That's crazy. Right. And that leads me to another thing. That's funny. I do a lot of speaking things..

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Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"And the good news is that the technology is more and more sophisticated every day. So until we have a cure, obviously, the best technology is going to render the best Satistics and early detection is definitely going to be our our best weapon, particularly against the mortality rate, and and also against the level of treatment. And so one of the things that was attractive to me about the whole logic three D mammographies. It's it's a three D machine. Whereas when I was diagnosed fourteen thirteen years ago, there was only the two D And. I went and just for my yearly knowing mammogram, which everyone dreads, and when I left there. They said, look, you know, we see something that looks a little, you know, maybe a little questionable. So come back in six months, and let's take another look at it. And it was my my GP said, but there's no point in waiting six months. Let's get another look at it. And it did turn out the invasive cancer. You know, and had seen on encouraged me to go back in you know, I might have had to have chemo or worse. You know? It's you don't know how fast a cancer is growing at, you know, at the six month, Mark and with a three D at least we're able to see cancers at an even earlier stage it eliminate eighty five percent of the false negatives. Where you go back in like what I had to do. With my situation. I went back in and it wasn't basis. There are a lot of situations where you go back in. And it's a newest do you have to go back in and you find out that it wasn't anything. And it's you know, it's trustful. So with a three demon fee, at least the false negatives are much more or less but down what we're learning is. He's me. Many of us fifty percent of women have been for us, which is what I have. And it's not dense breast as in, you know, perky athletic breasts. It's a genetic trait where it makes it more difficult to see cancer cancer shows up as white on a mammogram is so do the dense areas of abreast and also the statistic goes up the limit of does breath and having breast cancer. And so the whole logic three D mammogram is the only one that's approved by the FDA as not only minimizing false negatives being able to read dense breast mammograms first period superior that other memo Gacy's, so you know, there's a lot of great hope that goes along with the technology. And that's why I was tell women, and it's, you know, it's lovely to be on a podcast where I'm sure you have a lot of females who listen to this or athletes who obviously have mom sisters. Brives where the good news is that wraps. We don't have a care, but we do have even more highly sophisticated technology that that's helping us. It's taking a long way. And as you're going through your treatment. That's another form of competition. That's another form of the same challenge that you went through, you know, growing up whether it's track or whether it's the music industry now, it's just another challenge and. You attacked it. Yeah. I mean, you know, I'm sure all of all of your girls here seen have gone through obstacles that they felt like there. Daunting, and maybe insurmountable, you know, whether it's having to have surgery, or you know, whatever it is that becomes your heard at all it's what you do with that. I think that can really define whereas you go and how much burger you go when you when you've lived something through something that has really made you face yourself. And and look at the things that in your life that don't serve serve the purpose of becoming your, you know, your best self and. Mine was breast cancer. We all have something, you know, we all in our lives, go through something that will basically make meet ourselves..

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"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"And the good news is that the technology is more and more sophisticated every day. So until we have a cure, obviously, the best technology is going to render the best Satistics and early detection is definitely going to be our our best weapon, particularly against the mortality rate, and and also against the level of treatment. And so one of the things that was attractive to me about the whole logic three D mammographies. It's it's a three D machine. Whereas when I was diagnosed fourteen thirteen years ago, there was only the two D And. I went and just for my yearly knowing mammogram, which everyone dreads, and when I left there. They said, look, you know, we see something that looks a little, you know, maybe a little questionable. So come back in six months, and let's take another look at it. And it was my my GP said, but there's no point in waiting six months. Let's get another look at it. And it did turn out the invasive cancer. You know, and had seen on encouraged me to go back in you know, I might have had to have chemo or worse. You know? It's you don't know how fast a cancer is growing at, you know, at the six month, Mark and with a three D at least we're able to see cancers at an even earlier stage it eliminate eighty five percent of the false negatives. Where you go back in like what I had to do. With my situation. I went back in and it wasn't basis. There are a lot of situations where you go back in. And it's a newest do you have to go back in and you find out that it wasn't anything. And it's you know, it's trustful. So with a three demon fee, at least the false negatives are much more or less but down what we're learning is. He's me. Many of us fifty percent of women have been for us, which is what I have. And it's not dense breast as in, you know, perky athletic breasts. It's a genetic trait where it makes it more difficult to see cancer cancer shows up as white on a mammogram is so do the dense areas of abreast and also the statistic goes up the limit of does breath and having breast cancer. And so the whole logic three D mammogram is the only one that's approved by the FDA as not only minimizing false negatives being able to read dense breast mammograms first period superior that other memo Gacy's, so you know, there's a lot of great hope that goes along with the technology. And that's why I was tell women, and it's, you know, it's lovely to be on a podcast where I'm sure you have a lot of females who listen to this or athletes who obviously have mom sisters. Brives where the good news is that wraps. We don't have a care, but we do have even more highly sophisticated technology that that's helping us. It's taking a long way. And as you're going through your treatment. That's another form of competition. That's another form of the same challenge that you went through, you know, growing up whether it's track or whether it's the music industry now, it's just another challenge and. You attacked it. Yeah. I mean, you know, I'm sure all of all of your girls here seen have gone through obstacles that they felt like there. Daunting, and maybe insurmountable, you know, whether it's having to have surgery, or you know, whatever it is that becomes your heard at all it's what you do with that. I think that can really define whereas you go and how much burger you go when you when you've lived something through something that has really made you face yourself. And and look at the things that in your life that don't serve serve the purpose of becoming your, you know, your best self and. Mine was breast cancer. We all have something, you know, we all in our lives, go through something that will basically make meet ourselves..

Mark chemo FDA Gacy six months fourteen thirteen years eighty five percent fifty percent six month
"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Across. He's the cat certain sense of this is who I am. And this is what I do. And if you don't like it, you know. Tough, whatever and. Yeah. And I know one thing that's been really important in in your life is when you were when you were hit with the diagnosis of breast cancer. How did that? How did that go over? I mean, you you think that you know, people think that famous people handle adversity different than the average person. But when something like this happens, the Beena celebrity be famous that doesn't change anything. Right. All right. Doesn't ain't has a very humanizing variant. And and I am forever. Change pilot in the best of ways not that. I was a bad person before. But you know, I went into my diagnosis as a very fit person. I was, you know, eight pretty healthy. I was riding my bike up out do as I was running. You know, it's was just a really fit person. And what I consider to be a good person, you know, not somebody who. I mean, I just felt like I was you know, on always on a spiritual journey, and then suddenly all the things that I felt I'd had control over my whole life were basically saying, oh, no. Oh, no. You don't have control. You know, you have you have cancer and all those as as a good of a person as you strive to be and it's healthy is extracted strategy. This can strike anyone and that is the common story about disease, but you know, none of us are exempt from being handed a diagnosis or something or a very unfortunate event in lives. And it's what we do with that event that basically defined to Yar and refined our live and in my situation. And I think a lot of women will attest to this that you know, we come into the world. Being able to bear children and being able to nurse them by our bodies. And our our self appointed. And rightfully so a rolled or bond with is to take people to be nurturing. The last people that we'd take care of ourselves typically. And I was just really I perfected that I had perfected putting myself last on the list of people. I take care of. I never wanted to disappoint. Anybody always really showed up for things always volunteered and just never wanted to ever let anybody down. So I said, yes, the pretty much everything. And there was a lesson in my diagnosis. Which was you know, with the flight attendant comes over and says you have to put on your oxygen mask before you put on your child. You know, otherwise, you know, you can't help someone until you helped yourself, and I learn how to say no I had to learn. But people. Helped me, and and also that just that lesson of knowing that not everything is in your control and being able to sit back and accept the things that are uncomfortable, and to be in that moment and holding the emotion of fear, and sadness, and grief and all those things that go along with the transitional moment in your life. And so yeah, you know, while I would never wanna go through it again. I I'm I'm glad that I went through it. And that the changes that it making my life or ones that I can directly look at and see as being positive. How did you? How did you come about being involved? Then and saying well now, I want to you know, you work your work with the logic. You know with the genius mammography exam and how where where did that that giving back? I think that feeds into. Yeah. I got help finally allow myself to get help. And now here I am right back to my old self I want to get back and help others. Yeah. I mean, I, and I do really have to keep that exact 'cause I spent every day all day long trying to fix everything in the world. But the one thing that I do know is we're breast cancer is concerned is that there is no, cure and. It's been a long long. There's a long history of research that's gone on..

cancer Beena
"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Across. He's the cat certain sense of this is who I am. And this is what I do. And if you don't like it, you know. Tough, whatever and. Yeah. And I know one thing that's been really important in in your life is when you were when you were hit with the diagnosis of breast cancer. How did that? How did that go over? I mean, you you think that you know, people think that famous people handle adversity different than the average person. But when something like this happens, the Beena celebrity be famous that doesn't change anything. Right. All right. Doesn't ain't has a very humanizing variant. And and I am forever. Change pilot in the best of ways not that. I was a bad person before. But you know, I went into my diagnosis as a very fit person. I was, you know, eight pretty healthy. I was riding my bike up out do as I was running. You know, it's was just a really fit person. And what I consider to be a good person, you know, not somebody who. I mean, I just felt like I was you know, on always on a spiritual journey, and then suddenly all the things that I felt I'd had control over my whole life were basically saying, oh, no. Oh, no. You don't have control. You know, you have you have cancer and all those as as a good of a person as you strive to be and it's healthy is extracted strategy. This can strike anyone and that is the common story about disease, but you know, none of us are exempt from being handed a diagnosis or something or a very unfortunate event in lives. And it's what we do with that event that basically defined to Yar and refined our live and in my situation. And I think a lot of women will attest to this that you know, we come into the world. Being able to bear children and being able to nurse them by our bodies. And our our self appointed. And rightfully so a rolled or bond with is to take people to be nurturing. The last people that we'd take care of ourselves typically. And I was just really I perfected that I had perfected putting myself last on the list of people. I take care of. I never wanted to disappoint. Anybody always really showed up for things always volunteered and just never wanted to ever let anybody down. So I said, yes, the pretty much everything. And there was a lesson in my diagnosis. Which was you know, with the flight attendant comes over and says you have to put on your oxygen mask before you put on your child. You know, otherwise, you know, you can't help someone until you helped yourself, and I learn how to say no I had to learn. But people. Helped me, and and also that just that lesson of knowing that not everything is in your control and being able to sit back and accept the things that are uncomfortable, and to be in that moment and holding the emotion of fear, and sadness, and grief and all those things that go along with the transitional moment in your life. And so yeah, you know, while I would never wanna go through it again. I I'm I'm glad that I went through it. And that the changes that it making my life or ones that I can directly look at and see as being positive. How did you? How did you come about being involved? Then and saying well now, I want to you know, you work your work with the logic. You know with the genius mammography exam and how where where did that that giving back? I think that feeds into. Yeah. I got help finally allow myself to get help. And now here I am right back to my old self I want to get back and help others. Yeah. I mean, I, and I do really have to keep that exact 'cause I spent every day all day long trying to fix everything in the world. But the one thing that I do know is we're breast cancer is concerned is that there is no, cure and. It's been a long long. There's a long history of research that's gone on..

cancer Beena
"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Toward the end goal. My aunt goal was to write music that I felt like that something that had a place, you know, documentary history and not history literally. But you know, thing it's time to place on who we are in our humanity. And I always like. More right. That are. More practice. The better player. I become the more. I study other records etcetera producer become and putting in the hours and being into the joy of the work as opposed to excitement as the outcome. And it's you know, it's similar to sports in that. There's a lot of a lot of work that goes into it before you even hear the starting gun go off, and it's the preparation sick at you to the starting blocks. And then what happens after that is where you know, fear. It comes in and motivation, and grit and determination apathy, and all of those things that create the ones percents a greatness. But it's it's all the preparation that goes into it before you ever get say that you know, that creates that creates the outcome and being into the process. So they has always been. What has been the thing? I can look at. And I could I could Mark on timelines I've gotten much better than it was in nineteen you know, ninety six I started. And that's you know, that's you have to be that. Otherwise, there is there is no great reward. Even winning the awards. It's difficult to own those words that really intrinsic Elman unless you know, what you put into it. That seems to be. Almost a metaphor for, you know, your whole life, you know, reading your history. And and obviously, listen to your music, you know, comes across. That, you know, you're telling stories, but it seems like, you know, your life is all about there's a process to get to where you're going in the processes as you said that ends up becoming the focal point rather than than the end. I was lucky I grew up in a small town in the sixties and seventies. I I was born in fifty two so times war different than that mom and dad that were just, you know, they were they raise us with what we used to refer us a good spirit and work ethic. And they believe this. And that if you work hard that you'll get where you're where you're wanting to go you work hard, and you do your best and things happen. And you know, the music business is sort of anesthetic to that. Well, maybe not necessarily totally go, but you know, for for a woman in the music business, particularly business that's run by. Predominantly by men. The record stations are predominantly run by mail music programmers. You know, it's just women have their place, and it's been really it's almost like what Billie Jean King went to the idea that we'd actually have to fight to be treated as real artist. Like, what she did as, you know, women getting paid for their athletic ability, like men, do it's you know, it's been slow going and attitudes have been. Have been sort of behind the times, but it's all catching up, and I'm glad to see that happen. But yeah, you know, I I think the struggles it's the time that you fall down, and you get back up at your your drive, and that that sort of fortify, your perseverance internationally. And it also gives you that story. You mentioned something about catching up, you know. And you know sports in America. I think women have earned a certain place in the sports world earn being the the key word they've earned it. And now, you you you look at you know, when I was a kid, I'm just a little bit older than you are. But the the music on. There was very few women that were prominent in the music world. And now, you know, you look at whether it's, you know, pop or rock or jazz or. You name it hip hop that. It's unbelievable. How many women are at the forefront of the music world today. And you feel like you were part of like the beginning of of that wave that happened. Think. Well, I think I was at the beginning of producing as a female. I was probably one of the very first females ever produced a record on her own that was a commercial success and one of the I think one of the first one actually sees opportunity without the support of. Record levels or anything else? I just basically went in and started making my record and..

Billie Jean King producer Elman America
"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Toward the end goal. My aunt goal was to write music that I felt like that something that had a place, you know, documentary history and not history literally. But you know, thing it's time to place on who we are in our humanity. And I always like. More right. That are. More practice. The better player. I become the more. I study other records etcetera producer become and putting in the hours and being into the joy of the work as opposed to excitement as the outcome. And it's you know, it's similar to sports in that. There's a lot of a lot of work that goes into it before you even hear the starting gun go off, and it's the preparation sick at you to the starting blocks. And then what happens after that is where you know, fear. It comes in and motivation, and grit and determination apathy, and all of those things that create the ones percents a greatness. But it's it's all the preparation that goes into it before you ever get say that you know, that creates that creates the outcome and being into the process. So they has always been. What has been the thing? I can look at. And I could I could Mark on timelines I've gotten much better than it was in nineteen you know, ninety six I started. And that's you know, that's you have to be that. Otherwise, there is there is no great reward. Even winning the awards. It's difficult to own those words that really intrinsic Elman unless you know, what you put into it. That seems to be. Almost a metaphor for, you know, your whole life, you know, reading your history. And and obviously, listen to your music, you know, comes across. That, you know, you're telling stories, but it seems like, you know, your life is all about there's a process to get to where you're going in the processes as you said that ends up becoming the focal point rather than than the end. I was lucky I grew up in a small town in the sixties and seventies. I I was born in fifty two so times war different than that mom and dad that were just, you know, they were they raise us with what we used to refer us a good spirit and work ethic. And they believe this. And that if you work hard that you'll get where you're where you're wanting to go you work hard, and you do your best and things happen. And you know, the music business is sort of anesthetic to that. Well, maybe not necessarily totally go, but you know, for for a woman in the music business, particularly business that's run by. Predominantly by men. The record stations are predominantly run by mail music programmers. You know, it's just women have their place, and it's been really it's almost like what Billie Jean King went to the idea that we'd actually have to fight to be treated as real artist. Like, what she did as, you know, women getting paid for their athletic ability, like men, do it's you know, it's been slow going and attitudes have been. Have been sort of behind the times, but it's all catching up, and I'm glad to see that happen. But yeah, you know, I I think the struggles it's the time that you fall down, and you get back up at your your drive, and that that sort of fortify, your perseverance internationally. And it also gives you that story. You mentioned something about catching up, you know. And you know sports in America. I think women have earned a certain place in the sports world earn being the the key word they've earned it. And now, you you you look at you know, when I was a kid, I'm just a little bit older than you are. But the the music on. There was very few women that were prominent in the music world. And now, you know, you look at whether it's, you know, pop or rock or jazz or. You name it hip hop that. It's unbelievable. How many women are at the forefront of the music world today. And you feel like you were part of like the beginning of of that wave that happened. Think. Well, I think I was at the beginning of producing as a female. I was probably one of the very first females ever produced a record on her own that was a commercial success and one of the I think one of the first one actually sees opportunity without the support of. Record levels or anything else? I just basically went in and started making my record and..

Billie Jean King producer Elman America
"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Well, you probably heard the little jingle there. You know, you wondering why holding court which you know, is a little bit of familiar music. That's show crow famous singer songwriter. Shell is going to be our guest for a few minutes when talk about her career low bit challenges of being an early pioneer in the producing world. Former high school track star and her battles with with breast cancer. And then some some ramblings from myself. It's all of you my opinion. And if you don't like it off, it's my show. So hope you enjoy since your famous former track athlete. Yes. I really love the sport. Since your famous track athlete. But low hurdles. Yes. The lower so long ago that it the raises were measured in yards. Not meters. How about that? That's how how long ago it was. What made you what made you what made you pick that? Or did it pick? You how did that happen? Oh, you know what I was. I was a kid and and still. Never enjoy going to gym and working out or getting in a car driving to the I love sports. I love the sport of sport. I love the competition. And I was Bill. To run. I was skinny kid was really long way. And I'm still asking person long leg. That's just not a kid, and I just I just like being out and nature and the sunshine and running it's like, tennis, and swimming, and I love water store than so track is an obvious. May I always ran as a kid, and how that he wasn't sporting sports that wanted to participate, and we didn't have chemo basketball team didn't have soccer or anything like that. So tennis and track were kind of the thing. The Bank sports. So I loved it. And I could run fast, but I could also leap so I've gotta say to hurdles. Whenever you didn't win where you pissed. Yeah. Absolutely. It was motivation to work harder. And actually, you know that has really through Serbia well in my career, you know, every time I feel like I have a a mediocre. So I, you know, the next time I walked at a state, it's more prepared than ever. And it is it is it served me. Well. What you know? I think the the average person out there that doesn't understand female a female mentality in terms of competition. In the past would always assume that. Just by nature. They would not be as competitive as as men, and I've learned over my all the times that I've coached that. There's a certain side of women that is way more competitive Dement. Have you seen that? Yeah. And you know, it's interesting to watch, you know, and I'm also feel where women really have to fight through their position and not necessarily competing with each other. But it just competing with more in sports. I think there is a in most women there is this feeling and a commitment and just an underlying motivations to be the best that we can be. But also to be better than we were the last time we did what we were doing. And that's something. I think that is. It's it's you it's not necessarily unique to women. But it's definitely a great asset to have in, you know, in any area, whether it's a business or sports, and that to you know, to to weigh yourself against yourself. And and and it certainly creates I it creates a great motivation. I think I know it's great to be the person that you're running alongside. But it's also great to better your time as yourself for. When you when you got into the to the music business. You know, it's not all it's not all peaches and cream and. There were there were setbacks in there were. Times when you had the really like you said when you were an athlete you have to fight back, and you go how bad do I want this? What am I willing to do to get this? You know, I I actually talked to young people that they can it is different. Now, obviously fame was not a giant motivating motivating factor. When I got started not like it is now where it, you know, you're you're one of a brand than you are an artist. I always tell kids that you. Being a musician is sort of like being an athlete you have to work at it. And you have to take take pro..

Dement tennis Shell chemo Serbia Bank basketball soccer
"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"geno" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Well, you probably heard the little jingle there. You know, you wondering why holding court which you know, is a little bit of familiar music. That's show crow famous singer songwriter. Shell is going to be our guest for a few minutes when talk about her career low bit challenges of being an early pioneer in the producing world. Former high school track star and her battles with with breast cancer. And then some some ramblings from myself. It's all of you my opinion. And if you don't like it off, it's my show. So hope you enjoy since your famous former track athlete. Yes. I really love the sport. Since your famous track athlete. But low hurdles. Yes. The lower so long ago that it the raises were measured in yards. Not meters. How about that? That's how how long ago it was. What made you what made you what made you pick that? Or did it pick? You how did that happen? Oh, you know what I was. I was a kid and and still. Never enjoy going to gym and working out or getting in a car driving to the I love sports. I love the sport of sport. I love the competition. And I was Bill. To run. I was skinny kid was really long way. And I'm still asking person long leg. That's just not a kid, and I just I just like being out and nature and the sunshine and running it's like, tennis, and swimming, and I love water store than so track is an obvious. May I always ran as a kid, and how that he wasn't sporting sports that wanted to participate, and we didn't have chemo basketball team didn't have soccer or anything like that. So tennis and track were kind of the thing. The Bank sports. So I loved it. And I could run fast, but I could also leap so I've gotta say to hurdles. Whenever you didn't win where you pissed. Yeah. Absolutely. It was motivation to work harder. And actually, you know that has really through Serbia well in my career, you know, every time I feel like I have a a mediocre. So I, you know, the next time I walked at a state, it's more prepared than ever. And it is it is it served me. Well. What you know? I think the the average person out there that doesn't understand female a female mentality in terms of competition. In the past would always assume that. Just by nature. They would not be as competitive as as men, and I've learned over my all the times that I've coached that. There's a certain side of women that is way more competitive Dement. Have you seen that? Yeah. And you know, it's interesting to watch, you know, and I'm also feel where women really have to fight through their position and not necessarily competing with each other. But it just competing with more in sports. I think there is a in most women there is this feeling and a commitment and just an underlying motivations to be the best that we can be. But also to be better than we were the last time we did what we were doing. And that's something. I think that is. It's it's you it's not necessarily unique to women. But it's definitely a great asset to have in, you know, in any area, whether it's a business or sports, and that to you know, to to weigh yourself against yourself. And and and it certainly creates I it creates a great motivation. I think I know it's great to be the person that you're running alongside. But it's also great to better your time as yourself for. When you when you got into the to the music business. You know, it's not all it's not all peaches and cream and. There were there were setbacks in there were. Times when you had the really like you said when you were an athlete you have to fight back, and you go how bad do I want this? What am I willing to do to get this? You know, I I actually talked to young people that they can it is different. Now, obviously fame was not a giant motivating motivating factor. When I got started not like it is now where it, you know, you're you're one of a brand than you are an artist. I always tell kids that you. Being a musician is sort of like being an athlete you have to work at it. And you have to take take pro..

Dement tennis Shell chemo Serbia Bank basketball soccer