32 Burst results for "Gooden"
"gooden" Discussed on The WoMed
"Know because real it's a huge learning curve and as a lot coming at you and a lot of it was a high acuity pediatric and CV ICU Getting, having to learn. Pediatric critical care as well as paediatric. You know just like the main fundamental things. Then a couple months on the road having to learn you know congenital heart stuff. Easy for me and so that process. Really, really helped me know that I wanted to one day help new nurses because I was feeling like well, where the resources for me and not just you know explain to me how to place a Foley or you now teach me how to place an IV where's the where thing encouragement? Where's the person? I can bench you the person who hears me where is the the Persian who's going to help me shift my mindset about this thing whereas the person's Actual, organizational ticks whereas the person who's going to teach me how to actually speak to this vision unlike strategy that is. Something that I can use over no in not just. Talk to the docking society talk to that Doctor You know what? If overall strategy? How are we doing this? What's going on here? We just winging it and I felt like I was winging it and I I don't want us to have to wing it. I want a known really get a message about how we approach nurses and so. That's that's where it came from. It came from me journaling my experience. I think that's so beautiful because there's There's so much anxiety as a new nurse Lake. There's you're you're holding life in your hands spur especially. If you're in like an ICU setting or you know like a an like very critical pediatric setting. It's like I was terrified as a new nurse and I was trying to think back on that and I like the very first patient. I had my very first shift was aghast risky says. Late. Down there and my precept our was literally like I am so sorry to do this to this. Baby we have on room air right now and they're going to go down to the or and then they're gonNA come back up. So if you're okay like, I, was like I don't know. Okay. There's baby guts. I was like if it's cool with you, I'm just GonNa Watch you today. That's like the new nurses I'M GONNA. Watch okay I think a better just watching and then I'll try that. Yes. Yes, and that was. It is. So intimidating baby guts are really intimidating. Lady did fine I mean like we you know it's nursing here where you can just be like it's it's baby guts you know. It is what it is. It is what it is. But. I. Remember the First Time My precept. It was like, okay. You're going to give report on this patient now is like. I'm I'm GonNa do what? I have to I don't want. Paying, attention how am I going to do? And I'm like, okay, well. But like my precept was actually really awesome like she went through with me and she's like, okay, you're gonNA district breaking it down into systems. Here's a sheet of paper. You know what you're going to write like a basic little history they name go neuro cardiac respiratory Gi feeds like you just go online and that's all you have to do. Honestly that's literally stuck with me so much and I was so grateful to have a precept her like that. And I know that's not the case everywhere. You know some hospitals have gotten really good with their like new grab programs and stuff like that, and they are trying to have more resources because hospitals are seeing these burnout rates like they're losing nurses. They're putting all this money in to precept these and orienting them to the units and after two years they're gone. Back a huge issue and I think has we don't empower new nurses to do. It feels good to them. We are forcing the in pushing and pulling, and so we don't even have an opportunity to hear your own voice. What is it that I WANNA do without the pressure of meeting job right now what is it? That I WANNA do without the pressure of needing to go and measure it should develop foundation like they haven't been groomed or taught to hear or feel themselves which is why we don't know how to communicate with the physician because I intuitively don't even know. What I saw and now, I don't even trust myself. So how am I gonNA save to someone else outlawed and expect to be taken seriously you know. So if we don't, you know begin empowering new nurses to choose what feels the to them and teach them how to hear themselves trust themselves in no themselves. Then we're going to continue to see this because if you just shove someone into something for the sake of any to have a job and then sake sake, you need to fill this job and having body on the unit they were GonNa continue to see this you know. Core retention right. So nurse retention is going to be forever an issue unless the system changes unless he really start, you know serving a new nurse where it that you WANNA go. Why do you want to be here? What are your expectation because this allusion is a huge thing for the new nurse in nursing school it feels like, wow, this is cute. This is fun because you're there for what maybe at best five hours in raising like your freeze after is like your clinical instructors never really gonNA keep you for eight to ten hours like you're not really going to be there for five hours maybe shadowing earth looking at what they do, but the responsibility, the mental physical emotional burden is there. A common nurse than is there. You know that disillusionment said sin it's like. What I signed up for and it's like well, in fact, is what you signed up for. But no, never no one ever taught you that no one ever empowered into how to handle this moment. Do you think that's something that needs to change in nursing school I mean like I feel like. Granite we all had our. Our senior clinicals and the I mean like I had A. I guess it was like a practicum or something like that where I? Actually. Did like to twelve hour nights a week. Nino at at one hospital and like had my patients. But like had a precept her during that. That was like I was I was a graduating senior like that was my last semester of senior year that I actually spent a full twelve hours. On a unit. and. Even in those moments too like when I think back to my leadership class I don't remember one thing learned leadership theory class. Let's just put that out. Oh No. Not. At all. But that's scary because that's like the lack impression you where you go out into the world like. Something from that but I don't but my my tactics like where you actually do the full twelve hours and you're doing this for a cup like twice or once a week with an actual nurse in a unit. The reason why I feel like those are not affected as because the purse the nurse. For me anyway. I. Don't know. I haven't figured out. This is everywhere, but I think this is the majority. It's not someone who is interested sometimes in precept thing in who's interested in like teaching the sometimes you just become a helper. You're. You're just helping offload what they know I remember during my practicum I ran around you know getting blood sugars and telling my nurse, and then she could like streamline. Administration and getting vitals for her the CNA to get there because I was streamlining her work load. It wasn't. You. Not Me like a one them spending a lot of time being like. So this is really like there should be a clinical instructor who.
"gooden" Discussed on The WoMed
"Denial. . Welcome to the woman. . I have been wanting to get you on here for a while I'm obsessed with you. . Know. . I am I mean that and like everyone I have on here like I'm like you're such a bad ass I think you're phenomenal but I've actually really with you. . I think what you're doing is just so awesome and social media. . I some of like your quotes like tweets and stuff at popped up and I was like, , Oh, , my God God, I've. , . Seen I heard this is what I need it. . and. Like . attracts lake. . So it you are attracting the amazing people than that means that you have to amazing women yourself. . So there you have it. . Own, , my God, , your light and soul. . This. . Is GonNa be good. . I was literally like I was getting ready for this podcast. . This is GONNA be awesome. . Really really. . Awesome. . Don't. . Don't be nervous. . Know I know I get it I when I started this thing I was like only caught. Are . They GonNa to like me like what did they say? ? How do I know what I'm doing? ? They're going know, , I. . Don't know what I'd do. . which oddly enough is kind of felt as a new Grad nurse. . uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh. . Very, , true. . So I want to know a little bit more about you tell me about yourself. . How did you get a nursing? ? Yeah. . So I you know the stereotype fell cute because it's not I'm not that nurse that has that like. . Really, , groundbreaking story where someone inspired them as a child or something. . Significant happened in your life that led them there <hes> I'm from the Bronx new. . York, , I've always sort of been around healthcare in some capacity, , but very distant from like a provider. . So my mom has been a CNA. . My entire life on my aunt graduated nursing school in her forties. . My grandfather <hes> did security in an e d sound like I. Oh . yes. . By understanding of. . There's a hospital in their sick people and I grew up with asthma. . So I'm familiar with how the system works, but , it wasn't something that I thought I wanted for myself. . <hes> when I went, , I went away to a State University <unk> university in New York Long Island and I was like you know anyone who's interested in medicine but like doesn't really know you just do pre-med Cornell whatever like yeah. . Yeah, , it'll get you there. . You'll you'll get land somewhere it'll be fine so I remember. . My junior year I think the beginning of my junior year and I remember that my guidance counselor or whoever those people are that like tell you like you're a junior now it's time to clear major and I'm like once a major like like the thing I'm going to graduate with that degree I had no idea what I wanted to declare a major in it, , and then I went into a crisis mode which is. . Reality kind of set in. . So like when you go to college you kind of like step away from the reality of life and grow them in Lebron's Bronx. . They're really harsh realities there. . So we in college was fun you know. . But in that moment I realized while like you need to get a degree, , you need to go home and get a job and it needs to be a really good paying job or your life's GonNa. . Be Reflection of everything that you've seen growing up. . Imagine the crap on me and so I remember calling my mom like Oh my God, , what am I gonNa do like I i. . don't know what I, , WanNa do like I'm at best what was I like nineteen? ? Maybe I don't know what I wanted to do with my life known. . So she tossed around the nursing that was like her like. . The mirrors and I'm like, , I don't want to become a nurse but why not just try it out. . Right, , like this is how we started the whole nursing conversation look at me now knee-deep in it like. . I'm like all over my head in it but yeah. . I gained back home and I went to nursing school in New Rochelle. . New. . York. . A private college I graduated and during my clinicals that's when I fell in love with nursing it was like Clinton. . He, , of course. . Yes it's. . A love heeds nurses. . I just knew it I knew it. . I don't know like something like you know the first couple of rotations are like, , Oh, , my goodness I'm going to be doing things I am not comfortable with like bodily fluids and I'm such a germ folks. . It was really a lot to adjust to I remember someone Amari <hes>. . Like I said of Kernels. . One of my <hes> like little people might covert might be like my friend whatever news fellow nursing student she was crying because she had to go into either firm to clean a piece in. . I. . Can't be like. . But yes. . Impedes clinical wear I belie- fall went off and it clicks I'm like, , okay we can do this. . We like this. .
From Novice Nurse to Healthcare Hero with Jannel Gooden
"Denial. Welcome to the woman. I have been wanting to get you on here for a while I'm obsessed with you. Know. I am I mean that and like everyone I have on here like I'm like you're such a bad ass I think you're phenomenal but I've actually really with you. I think what you're doing is just so awesome and social media. I some of like your quotes like tweets and stuff at popped up and I was like, Oh, my God God, I've. Seen I heard this is what I need it. and. Like attracts lake. So it you are attracting the amazing people than that means that you have to amazing women yourself. So there you have it. Own, my God, your light and soul. This. Is GonNa be good. I was literally like I was getting ready for this podcast. This is GONNA be awesome. Really really. Awesome. Don't. Don't be nervous. Know I know I get it I when I started this thing I was like only caught. Are They GonNa to like me like what did they say? How do I know what I'm doing? They're going know, I. Don't know what I'd do. which oddly enough is kind of felt as a new Grad nurse. uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh. Very, true. So I want to know a little bit more about you tell me about yourself. How did you get a nursing? Yeah. So I you know the stereotype fell cute because it's not I'm not that nurse that has that like. Really, groundbreaking story where someone inspired them as a child or something. Significant happened in your life that led them there I'm from the Bronx new. York, I've always sort of been around healthcare in some capacity, but very distant from like a provider. So my mom has been a CNA. My entire life on my aunt graduated nursing school in her forties. My grandfather did security in an e d sound like I. Oh yes. By understanding of. There's a hospital in their sick people and I grew up with asthma. So I'm familiar with how the system works, but it wasn't something that I thought I wanted for myself. when I went, I went away to a State University university in New York Long Island and I was like you know anyone who's interested in medicine but like doesn't really know you just do pre-med Cornell whatever like yeah. Yeah, it'll get you there. You'll you'll get land somewhere it'll be fine so I remember. My junior year I think the beginning of my junior year and I remember that my guidance counselor or whoever those people are that like tell you like you're a junior now it's time to clear major and I'm like once a major like like the thing I'm going to graduate with that degree I had no idea what I wanted to declare a major in it, and then I went into a crisis mode which is. Reality kind of set in. So like when you go to college you kind of like step away from the reality of life and grow them in Lebron's Bronx. They're really harsh realities there. So we in college was fun you know. But in that moment I realized while like you need to get a degree, you need to go home and get a job and it needs to be a really good paying job or your life's GonNa. Be Reflection of everything that you've seen growing up. Imagine the crap on me and so I remember calling my mom like Oh my God, what am I gonNa do like I i. don't know what I, WanNa do like I'm at best what was I like nineteen? Maybe I don't know what I wanted to do with my life known. So she tossed around the nursing that was like her like. The mirrors and I'm like, I don't want to become a nurse but why not just try it out. Right, like this is how we started the whole nursing conversation look at me now knee-deep in it like. I'm like all over my head in it but yeah. I gained back home and I went to nursing school in New Rochelle. New. York. A private college I graduated and during my clinicals that's when I fell in love with nursing it was like Clinton. He, of course. Yes it's. A love heeds nurses. I just knew it I knew it. I don't know like something like you know the first couple of rotations are like, Oh, my goodness I'm going to be doing things I am not comfortable with like bodily fluids and I'm such a germ folks. It was really a lot to adjust to I remember someone Amari Like I said of Kernels. One of my like little people might covert might be like my friend whatever news fellow nursing student she was crying because she had to go into either firm to clean a piece in. I. Can't be like. But yes. Impedes clinical wear I belie- fall went off and it clicks I'm like, okay we can do this. We like this.
"gooden" Discussed on The WoMed
"Welcome back to the woman my strong beautiful feminine gents. This week we introduced to Donell gooden. She is the CO founder of novice is the new nurse and author. Get, ready new grads and new nurses, and honestly anyone looking to elevate their nursing practice take up space here grabby orienteering or just unless episode. Let's go. All right near St Energy. I really hope I'm not annoying yet, but again, make sure you are registered to vote. But early if you can, and if you don't feel safe voting in person request your ballot now, if you aren't in a state that automatically sends them out if you're mailing in your vote, please make sure you requested early in read all the information on Tony Incorrectly. So it is counted a lot of this information is right on the ballot itself as women in medicine it's important maker voices heard not only in an election, but in our local governments as well, we deserve to be more represented. So please register to vote get involved. Let's do the damn thing. This episode is brought to you. By E. HR go go helps educators teach a human centered approach to technology in healthcare. Go is a simulated electronic health record with a catalog are realistic and diverse patient care scenarios included. Find out more at health podcast network, dot com slash the ED that's health podcast network dot com slash the wool med. Denial. Welcome to the woman. I have been wanting to get you on here for a while I'm obsessed with you. Know. I am I mean that and like everyone I have on here like I'm like you're such a bad ass I think you're phenomenal but I've actually really with you. I think what you're doing is just so awesome and social media. I some of like your quotes like tweets and stuff at popped up and I was like, Oh, my God God, I've. Seen I heard this is what I need it. and. Like attracts lake. So it you are attracting the amazing people than that means that you have to amazing women yourself. So there you have it. Own, my God, your light and soul. This..
NASCAR Cup Series to run first dirt race since 1970 at Bristol in 2021
"For the first time since 2011 when the when Kentucky held its first cup. Siri's a NASCAR race is not going to be at the Kentucky Speedway next year. Kentucky Speedway. Really? I mean, NASCAR released its 2021 schedule today was six road courses, the first dirt race for the Cup series since 1970, they added stops at Nashville in Austin, Texas, and one college basketball note. Jeff Gooden from stadium dot com reporting that Beller Mint in their first year of in Division one, will be playing in an event at Duke. In the preseason early season this year would be Duke, Howard, Ellen and Bellman. Beller with bellman would play Duke and Howard in Ahh, the count around Robin Event
"gooden" Discussed on TIFFANY
"And we're back from the break, you're listening to this episode of Tiffany new. We have with me Dr Idea Gooden. She is a clinical psychologist and before the break we were talking about. Trauma in all its forms defining it, we talked about race face trauma intergenerational trauma. The reason why I wanted to talk to you about race face trauma. It was actually the first time that I had heard that term race face trauma is this new or it's becoming popularized because of what's happening. Yeah I would say it's more becoming popularized right now I'm not. Totally. Steeped in the research on it I did a quick search and found a special issue of the American psychologist, which is a journal put out by the American Psychological Association on Racial Trauma, and that came out in twenty nine team..
"The Rookie" Jim Morris.
"Jimmy Morris historian one for the ages so much so that Disney made his life into a movie in two thousand and two called the rookie and his most recent book. DREAM ACRES COMES OUT June twenty third. He is back for extra innings. Jim Morris so glad to have you back on the show. Nationally Sarah Thank. You grab me so I gotta say man I'm I'm start this off with a compliment. I'm GonNa Kiss Your behind so I I've been looking at your playing days, and we all know the great story. It's so uplifting phenomenal. Get to that. How are you in better shape? Now I mean you are in phenomenal shape, I mean. Are you guy that's always active because most people as they get older, they put the pounds on. I'm raising my hand for those. That can't see but I. TRY to exercise it. Try to run. I, try to get enough. What is your secret because you are getting more fit by the year? You know. Battled chronic illness for a long time and The, more people say I can't do something. Tomorrow makes me WANNA. Do something. And so we've worked out and I'll tell you what these last five months. Hasn't been. A time for me to reset and retool and get ready for something new. Because, we have no idea what normal is gonNA, be so I've been able to work out at walked. My doctors. My neurologists said you'll never walk again. You're starting. Drag your leg and my mom bought me a cane. I got rid of all that and I'm walking five to ten miles a day, and now I'm running. So you know what I just I like to be in motion when I'm in motion, I can sing better in so when I can sing better that clears the mind out, and you know what now my neurologist is going. You don't have Parkinson's more. That's not possible, said you know what anything's possible. Yeah, that's amazing. I was I. was going to bring that up. I was Kinda taking whether it should or not. You were diagnosed with Parkinson's now things the sound of it sound very positive wing for Jim. Absolutely I had a I had turned it down slowly. and. When you get to read the book you're going to understand chapter ten is going to. Either blow people sox offer. It's GonNa make inferior furious and go. WHO believes in that stuff, but I eventually. Turned off my deep brain stimulator, which was the electricity sent Dopamine Mimic does me and my brain turn it off, and there was a message I got quite strongly to turn it off I did and I went back some urologists. She did a brain scan on me and made me do all these Parkinson's test. My balance was a great I was standing on one toe, and then the other toe on both feet could turn circles I can touch my nose with my eyes closed and everything else, and the brain scan came back clean and she goes. You do not have Parkinson's anymore. And she goes I've been doing this for fifteen years, and that does not happen. Said well. I'm standing in front of you. Holy Cow I need. Your Life is legitimately filled with like miracles, because that is unbelievable, and and that makes me feel really happy because you know that's usually a diagnosis. People panic rightfully, so, but I'm so happy a better place now. My that such good news to hear. Awesome. Thank you so much. It's been. It's been a blessing. I've got a daughter out in California, and she's doing a Bible school saying she just graduated with vessel. She was talking to us the other day and she's been reading the book and she's like you know. What can you give up some of the miracle, so we can have? A. And I WANNA get to adjust you ago. I want to I want to end the interview talking about your book. Because I'm right before chapter nine, which is maybe the most interesting chapter title I've ever read in my life, but we're going to get there eventually. We're going to get there, so it's just a couple. Things before I get to your life. Is Baseball in big trouble Jimmy Johnson baseball going to this year. We're going to have baseball again, you think. I had not one clue and I'll tell you this and it's I. Talk About this in my speech is baseball. Has Seen US through wars, depressions, recessions civil unrest when the men couldn't play, the women played. Baseball has seen US through our entire democracy and now. That question is up in the air and if there's no baseball, there's no concessions there. No ticket tickets. There's no security There's nothing and there's no fans and so. I'm hoping they get back on the field pretty soon at least filming it, so he has something to do at home besides workout or eat banana, bread and. I just want our sports back and it doesn't matter if it's baseline of all sports and I WANNA see everybody, get back. Their business and I want to see all those great athletes gooden after it and were. We just got a lot of big unknowns right
HOW TO HIRE AND FIND THE BEST PEOPLE THAT MATCH YOU AND YOUR COMPANY
"Kathy. Welcome to the show was away getting started. Tell us about yourself. Well thanks for having me first of all really really been you you know. Has I told you I really enjoy watching all of the videos that you do and so I'm really happy to be here today I'm Kathy Hammond I am. CEO of sales sales fit staffing solutions based in California and I specialize in as a relatively narrow niche in the placement of Sales professionals everything from you know. VP on down to an individual contributor but within the workforce solutions and business solutions. So it's really for the intangibles intangibles and so that's our specialty. And how'd you get into this. Did you do it somewhere else. I know I have a long career in in sales and you know and I've had the opportunity to to to sell both product as well as as service and there is a huge difference between the two and so and I found that really my my sweet spot was really in the intangibles but then I started watching what you know. The other people that were being hired into the various companies and their backgrounds and to see their level of success based upon their experience. So that and then of course as I transitioned later into wet talent acquisition and employee selection and I had worked for a one of the largest largest selection testing companies in the US of her for several years and and working on talent acquisition programs with a fortune five hundred companies large policies. So on and you're really seeing the science behind employee selection and then combining that with sales sales experience and understanding really what makes a successful salesperson. So That's how I've transitioned into all of this must be Great Markan. Gooden right now isn't it or I guess it depends how you look at it right well. Companies are always looking for for great talent good market bad market. But what What we're finding of course to is that there's a talent scarcity and some of the companies are still operating from a talent surplus standpoint? And they shouldn't be he doing that. Because the really good ones they're not on the market for very long doing a Working with one of the client and one of the people people that I had contacted who had said well you know that doesn't really interest me. The position that that I was talking about and within two weeks he was somewhere else US hills. Oh It's like you've gotta move on. You know I mean cream. Rises to the top. People do notice them so. And what are you seeing companies doing because maybe just the market said I see but they seem to be hiring a lot of entry level people the sales development role kind of gone mad. Is that you and your space as well or Oh yes. Yeah I mean we. Don't we don't place these development reps bet. A lot of companies are of course hiring them so that they can give a head start to their to their sales team so because they're the ones that are you know getting the leads and you know in doing helping them to be able to to get out get in front of customers. So what makes a great client for you on the hiring side. Not The rep side. Someone who is interested and and and also understands the performance metrics of that particular role. I also it's also important that they'd be realistic. What come on? Yeah I mean I I have to tell them I don't recruit magicians. I you know route salespeople and so I so I really I did deep with them on how. They're actually arriving at their numbers so that we can really understand. I mean it. It does that person that I'll be talking to do. They have the skill set to make one hundred calls a day or per week or is it that they're just fielding calls and and UH meetings that were generated by an SDR. So but it so so it's really a client who is yet realistic about what that role Involved but also because the performance metrics are so important written and it's also legally defensible for for the clients as well because of that person doesn't meet that criteria after a period of time. Well it was it. It was given to them in the very beginning so there are no surprises. People caring more about those activity. Metrics versus results results outcome revenue that well the performance metrics drive the revenue. So if they understand that it takes so so many contacts to be able to get in front of a client and then be able to get to a proposal stage and actually is really walking them through the pipeline stages that's the performance metrics Some are a little naive a about that and then of course there are some that are very sophisticated and really understand that So but I you know I help them through that process so it's not just hey I'm going to send you a bunch of resumes but rather that we really we really look at people who have already have the ability to Or have been doing that. That kind of work already. And what do you hear from them. As far as how they characterize the people they're looking for like I use a player or there's some people say Challenger or maverick or Eagle. Or Yeah I I don't know how. What is the maverick? Look like. What does it look like? What does the Ninja look like? An injury looks like but not in sales you know. It's no not so not so much what they're looking for. Is there like I want someone who's going to sell and while that sounds like. Oh well yeah that makes sense it. It's act it's surprising. How few people at Zales now how to sell in fact Herb Greenberg founder Caliber Upper Corporation Men Developed Assessments for within the sales industry and others. He wrote a book many many years ago and it was just like something that just stuck with me from all these years. And he said that eighty percent of people in sales shouldn't be of the remaining twenty percent eighty percent. Senator selling the wrong thing and you know but people that aren't really familiar like an like in the managerial roles and maybe if the CEO level they've never never been selling they they just think that we're all in one bucket in if you're good you're going to be able to sell under any condition. Yes but so you know I worked many years ago. I worked for a wholesale alarm monitoring company and we would sell directly to alarm companies throughout the United United States but we also had a an authorized dealer program kind of like Adt and they and so What they were with the people some of the companies that were incredibly successful at doing this? They had their team of people. They were called door. Knockers these people going out knocking on doors and selling an alarm insist. I'm intrigued seeing that. That was control and things like that and that is a very specific skill in sales and it's completely different type of person person. I mean I couldn't do it I also couldn't sell cars. I can't do one off. I have to have that relationship building really understanding what the challenges czar and. That's that's where I shine And that's really an understanding where that person really is going to be skilled in and then the sales process
"gooden" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"And get that exterior crossed Gooden currently be careful if you using a sweet glaze it can burn me sugar burns in a pretty low temp and it can burn in black and so you just want to keep a close eye on it and and and and and he did get billed at crested the and and a sweet glaze apricot peach is really a classic we've got I've got a whole recipe for this technique and that will walk you through it step by step on amazing website come and arrest me for Glazer too mustard is a good glazed use mustard and the brown sugar or mustard and molasses or mustard and maple syrup any of things you can do with that have a lot of fun with that I can tell you I am a I am a fan of the suite you know kind of brown sugar retype glazes especially when they get crunchy and especially here's the part that you know I know what I'm talking about the next day when you have it has put it in a ham sandwich the next and I just think that is have an honor I really got especially if you don't overcook and the first day it can be still moist yeah hold day too yeah absolutely yeah my name and if you're looking very good glaze there's one on our cycle Danny golden's glaze and it's been around for decades some guy in New Mexico on the barbecue drawing created this really simple but it's just a classic and it's just super on hand love it absolutely love it you know I love them I mean I love beef you can tell in no but I think mice my second favorite is ham I just I just love him and I like it all I like chicken and fish and I love all that stuff Camelot but I think yeah you skipped right I'm part yes the lamb and well that's coming and I am a huge fan of rack of lamb and lamb loin chops and Schlamme shoulder and this love lamb it's great well we've got about three minutes so somebody goes to the store somebody's made a special request and say can you make me a like a lamb for Christmas dinner so give us some hints here like I said we had about three minutes and that's about what it would take no and I'll tell you why the lamb is the most misunderstood me and our and our grocery store I just adore her lamb when it's cooked like be it to medium rare hundred thirty under thirty five degrees and I start Christ and you want your own little lamb not mature right the mature Lawton can I have a little bit of the game the flavor and not everybody likes it and one of the things that's happened to a lot of people as they need I am deeply as a kid that is called over because it is close to well done and it's a gray and brown and flavorless and then it Sir with this jelly and it's just it's just awful stuff a leg of lamb can be fantastic if you face the same problem with the leg of lamb as you do with low morale a warning I'm not a it's it's it's it's it's it's a horrible shape it's really sad a warning in the narrow with the other and at a leg of lamb started the hip and goes down to the knees so it's just like a year or five it it's it's it's the current one and and narrower at the other and so did because it'll cooking problem that by the time the sick part is perfectly cooked in part is over cook and and this solution to that is is to remove the bone and lay it out flat and then season it on all sides and cook it like a big flag thing like a giant adhesions Jagathy that but that's a whole complicated process what I am is wonderful but it's it's really hard to cook properly the best on the lamb is the same class as the beef primal it's the rim primal on the land and it's called a rack of lamb and it's the same thing and so on just miss Marshall with the bones on it only the launches a miss on a lamb instead of being four or five inches thick like it is on the on beat it's maybe an inch and a half or two inches and also the other thing is is lamb back can be very fun can be odd tasting not everybody likes it but the meat itself is spectacular so you really want to remove most of the fax from a lamb that's what my wife keeps telling me got to remove most of the fact that I am not paid attention to what she has said so far at your gym membership yeah on the first of the year yeah well that's probably not gonna happen either anyway media and I'll be back in just a minute here on the nation please stay.
Worst password offenders of 2019
"So I had to chuckle over the annual list of worst password offenders that was just released by Dash Lane Deep Deep Password Manager Company. Let me feel you on. Today's talking tech. I am Jefferson Graham so I expected the list be compiled from people who use one two. The three and their street addresses for violations instead Dash Lane focused at least for one and two on the big tech companies number one goes to facebook which which played dumb with our passwords in two thousand nineteen when it admitted to exposing ones belonging to hundreds of millions of users in second place is Google which confess infested accidentally store the passwords in plain text. Wow in third place. A human being Lisa Kudo the actress best known for playing Phoebe be on the TV show friends. She posted a picture on Instagram of her computer monitor. which included a post it with her password? well-timed update that when my friend and in fourth place the Congressman Lance Gooden who was caught on camera typing seven seven seven seven seven to unlock his phone screen during a televised televised hearing with facebook. CEO Mark Zuckerberg next up the shared workspace firm. We work which used the same insecure password for its entire her global Wi fi network and on and on it goes kids. Don't take a picture of your password and posted on instagram. You will be hacked. Don't us a stupid lock screen. Pass Code on your phone because then anybody anybody could get into it. I mean you're only a congressman who cares right. Have a good strong password for your home home wifi network or risk the entire neighborhood hacking into your system and face put in Google. Is it too much to ask to be a little bit. More careful with our data please. Let's let's hope two thousand twenty s a little bit more
Worst password offenders of 2019
"Spoken a lot here about people who are really really lazy with their passports. Gosh as recently as yesterday so I had to chuckle over the annual list of worst password offenders that was just released by Dash Lane de Deep Password Manager Company. Let me feel you on. Today's talking tech. I am Jefferson Graham so I expected the list be compiled from people who use one two. The three and their street addresses for violations instead Dash Lane focused at least for one and two on the big tech companies number one goes to facebook which it's played dumb with our passwords in two thousand nineteen when it admitted to exposing ones belonging to hundreds of millions of users in second place is Google which confessed infested. It accidentally store the passwords in plain text while in third place a human being Lisa. Kudo the actress best known for playing phoebe on the TV show friends. She posted a picture on Instagram of her computer monitor. which included a post it with her password? well-timed update that when my friend and in fourth place the Congressman Lance Gooden who was caught on camera typing seven seven seven seven seven to unlock his phone screen during a televised televised hearing with facebook. CEO Mark Zuckerberg next up the shared workspace firm. We work which used the same insecure password for its entire global Wi fi network and on and on it goes kids. Don't take a picture of your password and posted on instagram. You will be hacked. Don't us a stupid lock screen. Pass Code on your phone because then anybody anybody could get into it. I mean you're only a congressman who cares right. Have a good strong password for your home home wifi network or risk the entire neighborhood hacking into your system and face but in Google. Is it too much to ask to be a little bit more careful with our data please. Let's it's hoped twenty twenty s a little bit more
Target shares surge after company crushes earnings and raises forecast
"Welcome to the Monkey Fuller. I'm Chris with me in Studio Studio Bill Man in the House. Thanks for being here. How are you Chris? I'm caffeinated Ed year working on it. Let's let's make this happen producer. Dan Is Hungry. We're GONNA look to the horizon for a huge IPO and our continuing search for the Midwest. But right here in front us. We've got some retail earnings. And we're going to start with target targets. Third Quarter was pretty much everything you want it to be if you're a target your whole harsh J.. In Fact Act III. I love the fact that the CEO Bryan Cornell got to use the word bifurcation in in in his call just basically saying I think what we're seeing in the retail market is winners and losers and they are spreading farther and farther apart. The winners are winning. Faster and target is one of them. Losers are going away. Profits and revenue in the third quarter were higher than expected. Same store sales higher-than-expected. They raised full year. Guidance the DOC gooden good those sound good yeah stocks up eleven percent this morning hitting a new high. Yeah this is about as hot as you can get going into the holiday quarter I you think so and I and another important thing is that is that they seem to have some really good visibility and one of the things that they did target had a few the operational issues a couple of years ago. And they've really gone to Delivery and and what they call same-day pickup which is you order online and you show up in their costs for that are like ninety percent lower than than either store or delivery and they are really really seeing being some tailwinds behind Having pushed that a couple of years ago so they're getting a payoff for you know for for for looking ahead. You mentioned Brian Cornell the CEO think back a few two years ago when the big news out of target was they were selling their pharmacy business and it was a perfectly legitimate question at the time to ask of Bryan Cornell. Well is this a good move because that's a profitable business that you and your stores and you're selling it off and people kind of have to come in for drugs and it was the sort of thing that even though he had had some success early on at target I think it was a perfectly fair question and coming out of that you could just sort of look at it and say okay. Well they're going to get a lot of money what they do with that. Money will determine whether whether or not this was a smart move and you look at the investments to Cornell and his team have made and Yeah a home run but absolutely it's a home run and and and I thought that I thought that when he was being asked those questions he was very thoughtful about it back at that time he said look we we see why you you. Would you know we see why one would think that this is a high risk move. We've done the research and we think that you know. We think that there are places where the the money that we will get in return are going to be full force multipliers for target and scoreboard. I mean they really really are crushing it at the moment I understand that anyone's reluctance to buy shares of a company when it's at an all time high but this also seems to be like this is not some insert name. I'm of software as a service company with a you know or or you know beyond meat or with some crazy evaluation like this is this is a business and management team at the top of their game. I'm and I don't own shares of target but the way they're performing the fact that the stocks at an all time high is is not is not why I'm not buying lying shares. There are other reasons why I'm not buying shares. I look at my own portfolio and I feel like I've got retail pretty well covered now but holy cow. This is a business on fire. I I think that if you are if you do believe that retail is not dead and I happen to you know I happen to think that the the death of retail was was greatly overstated. Did you have to own a company like target. You don't have to own. Target target target is and will be a winner lows. Third quarter was a little confusing to me. I'll be honest. Wasn't confused. Barely yeah apparently not shares of Lowe's up about five percent this morning this this. This was not a this is not what we saw out of target same store. Sales came in low overall. Sales came in a little low. They did however raise guidance. Their their profits were better than expected. And and I'm assuming it was just sort of the marketing the good outweighs the bad in our minds. Well I mean this is the interesting thing about lows is that a is that home depot just reported in Home Depot's results. I mean if you just take them at face. Value were much better than lows but this is why investing investing is all about expectations in the short term because lows expectations were not great and home depot has been has been and firing on all cylinders for for for years now. This was a rare rare miss for them so yellows came out and said that they are. They're moving out of AH OUT OF CANADA THEY'RE closing. I think it's thirty four stores in Canada. They're doing some cost cutting but yeah it is. It is sometime sometime. Sometimes it is amazing to me. What the market like picks up on and decides his great or not great? Because absent any other you know absent anything else. Home Depot's report was much better than lows. You mentioned Canada. And you know on the one hand hands management saying no. We're committed to Canada but also closing and I think the number of locations. They had in Canada in two thousand eighteen. Eighteen was around sixty so I don't know if they're closing all they're closing thirty four that at a minimum. That's half of what they've got up in Canada. So maybe it's just a look. Let's hit the pause button and figure out how to make this work a that for all we know may contribute to a little bit of the bump today that you you know. It's all the credit in the world to retailers who make the tough decision to say you know what some of these locations that are performing as well. We're GONNA shut them down they have of A couple of concepts in Canada that that that they don't have in the. US One is called Rona. The other is called Reno Depot and those are primarily what. They're cutting in Canada so they're moving away from mostly from other concepts that they have and not from Loza closing six lows storage and you have to imagine. Imagine that that's a that's a consolidation. The reality in Canada is that it is made up of somewhat large cities and then you know so it it may just be that they felt like they had Too much capacity across these concepts Within the Canadian cities you go back a year and a half ago with lows the board sort of pushing out the CEO bringing in Marvin Ellison who made his bones at home depot in the year and a half. He's he's been in the corner office. The stocks up about thirty five percent so clearly getting things done although as you said this is a business that for the five to ten years has had lower expectations in part because it just hasn't performed as well. Yeah I think that's exactly right and and and you are. You're spot on on in that. It is admirable when a company looks at something. That's not working and says hey let's stop spending money on that. Let's stop trying to make that work. I mean that it. It doesn't seem like good news ever when a company says. Hey we're closing down things. But that's that's really not the case. So the fact that they've rip the band aid out offer I think is probably what the market is really focusing on and it's why the stock was up about six percent as we as we recorded our email address this is market hillary at full dot com questioned from Bassem album mastery whose name. I'm almost certainly. That was pretty good. Sorry about that. It's I would like your opinion on the Saudi Aramco. IPO This is projected to be the largest IPO in history however the New York Stock Exchange as well as the London stock. DOC Exchange are slowing it down and not giving approvals. What is the issue? And do you think this is something. The Motley fool would invest in given that Aramco is wholly owned by the government in an information. Usually coming from companies on calls would not really happen. Due to national security concerns. Would love to hear your opinion on this so when I was working with Motley fool asset management we actually held some shares in some Saudi companies. Dairy company and a bank Aramco is getting ready to come public and they're they're trying to raise. It's about you know they're selling one point. Five percent of the company which if it goes out at the one point six to one point seven trillion dollar caller valuation that the company and the Saudi government. One means it will be the largest. IPO In history larger than the ALIBABA IPO I po of a few years ago There is a there is a tried and true belief in investing that you should be buying what the king is selling because when a government prioritizes they're not looking to maximize the amount of money they make because they don't want their citizens who tend to be the ones who by to lose money right. They want the citizens to be happy with the privatization they want them to be happy with The the amount of money they're making so it is very note worthy that this is only being Is only going public on the Saudi market. The reason it's not going public public in the US or in Japan or in in the UK doesn't have as much to do with the exchanges because the exchanges would sell their grandmothers that they could get away with it. It's the fact that the big investment banks are not biting at this valuation. So they are not getting enough interest in so they're saying okay. We're just going to do it in Saudi Arabia. I don't see any so you know I don't see any real Chance that the Motley Fool's Services would own or recommend Aramco at these evaluations It could come down. I don't think that's good news for Saudi Arabia. But it's not something that I'm particularly invested or interested in other than as a spectator just so I didn't miss here. You could you say this is GonNa go public at a valuation of one point six trillion dollars Kinda blow past that making it overwhelmingly the large. Not just the largest IPO in history but the largest public company to the tune of fifty five five percent higher than whatever Microsoft or Apple. That's right that's right. It instantly comes out as you know as a charter member of the four Comic Club. Yeah it is. It is by not very close. The largest oil company in the world and the one that defines pricing because Getting oil out of the ground in Saudi Arabia is so much cheaper than it is almost anywhere else. Their their their their their cost of production is about two bucks a barrel. And you know you you look at some of their some of their comparable. It's it's twenty thirty forty dollars a barrel. So Saudi Arabia has a natural advantage and Aramco is is is the government owned entity but as with every other government owned entity and this one will still be ninety eight point five percent owned by the government you have to understand that. Prophets are not generally their highest order interest. Quick Shoutout to audible. We've got Thanksgiving next week.
"gooden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Over get every year goes up on the left edge niche dot com we are talking about the shootings that took place over the weekend even further back last week and the garlic festival they've been all Gooden politicized and everybody's blaming Donald I love the way by the way that everybody's claiming that this is all Donald trump's thought we confuse the leader not all his fault now I'm I'm not trying to suggest that it's anybody's fault because it's not but they would have you believe that shootings never took place and tell Donald Trump became president and his alleged racist rhetoric that that has been going on which again I guess if you squint it's all racist but not really and trait blaming him for everything ignoring the fact that the guy in again and I don't mention names because I don't want there I don't want their names in my mouth that's the way it looks that's the way it sounds but died I don't like it but the guy who shot up it Dayton Ohio he was a hard core leftist anti white supremacist Warren's supporter he put on his Twitter page that he wanted to support Elizabeth Warren he would love to vote for Elizabeth Warren he criticize white supremacy he criticized in T. anti immigrant rallies in the line what about that guy did trump because that too did he did he because that guy to go in and shoot up a bunch of people in Dayton Ohio how did that happen nobody can explain that if you watch TV you would get passing references to date but the cracks of everybody's argument is that our president said racist things he really didn't bodyside racist things our president is a white supremacist he's not and you completely ignore the fact that a white hard core left wing Warren supporting antes white supremacist birth friend shot update no high by the way again that this has nothing to do with solving the problem and we'll talk more about it I'll be honest with you it right off the bat I don't see that I don't own guns I am pro second amendment I don't get any guns because I don't trust myself I wouldn't intentionally shoot anybody but I would grab it and I would drop it and I would play with it and I'm an idiot I'm often wrong about things like that so I don't I don't have any guns in the house for my for my own personal safety and the safety of those around but I don't see the need for any kind of assault rifle I don't know why anybody needs to have that maybe somebody could like me what purpose they serve in everyday society if you're in the armed forces are if you're a member of the swat team or the police maybe I get it but if you're Casey sitting in his house watching reruns of everybody loves Raymond and scratching myself occasionally which is the extent of my physical activity I don't see why I need one of those guns in my house I could be wrong there could be a reason I don't know what it is but there's also more going on here than just that I think that would solve a lot of problems if assault rifles work there is there somebody who can tell me different because I would like to know because if there's an actual reason to have them I am willing to listen right now I don't see it because every time I hear about them in the news somebody's using them to shoot at people.
DWI charges for Gooden; 2nd arrest in 2 months
"Former major league pitcher Dwight Gooden was charged with driving while intoxicated in Newark New Jersey on Monday his second arrest in the past two months that met steam everyone of them it seems like has had problems he was arrested June seventh on suspicion of possession of cocaine driving under the influence among other charges after you stop for a traffic violation he has had a very checkered
Dwight Gooden, New Jersey And Cocaine discussed on Generation Bold
"Former New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden who has struggled with substance abuse for years was arrested for alleged cocaine possession in New Jersey the same picture was picked up by police in the home deal township of New Jersey about fifty five miles south of where Gooden burst onto the scene in nineteen eighty four and one National League rookie of the year he was pulled over by police who found two small baggies containing cocaine according to a criminal complaint written by police sergeant Michael Moore and filed by the Monmouth County prosecutor's office Gooden was charged with third degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence he faces a maximum of five years behind bars if
Ex-pitcher Dwight Gooden charged with drug possession
"And former Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden has been charged with drug possession a criminal complaint says that on June seventh two plastic baggies allegedly containing cocaine were found in the fifty four year old goodness car during a traffic stop back in New Jersey Gooden's been charged with cocaine possession possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of drugs he's scheduled to make an initial court appearance July twenty
Ex-pitcher Dwight Gooden charged with drug possession
"Chin former New York Mets New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden has been charged with drug possession a criminal complaint is a shocker S. on June seventh two plastic baggies allegedly containing cocaine were found in fifty four you'll get in the car during a traffic stop in New Jersey good it's been charged with cocaine possession possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of drugs not said is is quite a thing doc Gooden Darryl strawberry that home that's team against the cubs in the mid eighties that was a great rivalry okay won the cy young in nineteen eighty five and then the mats winning in eighty six not good for drinking we wish him a better life moving
News in Brief 29 May 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations tobacco use claims about eight million lives Aguirre, and governments need to do more to tackle smoking, and it's enormous health social, environmental and economic costs, the World, Health Organization or WHO said, on Wednesday in a press release WHO's said that inhaling tobacco smoke just once begins damaging the lungs because the structures that sweep mucus and dirt out of our Airways are paralyzed allowing poisons in tobacco smoke to make their way into the lungs. More easily. The statement comes ahead of world, no-tobacco day on the thirty first of may which will highlight the damage that tobacco does to smokers and non-smokers alike. WHO is calling for an Hans public awareness strategies such as creating more smoke free indoor public spaces banning tobacco advertising and significantly increasing taxes on tobacco products. China's creative economy, which includes books film, music, and video games is growing faster than other countries making it the world's driving force in the field over the past fifteen years, says a new U N trade report. The study from the UN conference on trade, and development or UNCTAD tracks national performance in the trade of creative goods and services between two thousand and two and twenty fifteen and shows that China is the biggest single exporter, and importer with trade growing exponentially over the period. China's performances describing the report as remarkable because of its sustained growth over three decades its dominance of the world market for creative goods and services and its role in sustaining the regional and global creative economy speaking to you a news, Amy Louise shelving from Ted said the report shows that the view of China is simply the factory of the world is now outdated. One dimensional view of what is actually happening in China of China's growth over the last twenty six years fittingly being based on its performance as a factory of the world. And that's what you kick starts at the condom subsequent to that has been a massive widening or broadening of China's Gooden is offering and it's important to see it as a multidimensional economy, not some manufacturing and losing the United Nations decade of family, farming in Rome, on Wednesday to UN agencies have lauded family run farms, which account for over ninety percent of the sector as key drivers of sustainable development that play a major role in ending hunger, and malnutrition, the food and agricultural organization. If a you and the international fund for agriculture development, or IFAD also announced a global action plan to upgrade support for family farmers. Particularly those in developing countries with detailed guidance for the international community, although farmers produce most of our food, they are vulnerable to poverty, especially in developing countries and the plan highlights the needs to increase access to social protection for farmers, as well as finance training and opportunities to generate income color Lennon, U N news.
"gooden" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Not forty minutes, but thirty two minutes or thirty minutes. And then there's a stretch that usually happens about ten minutes. Five six seven minutes left in the game where they just kinda fall apart. Quit. Good races at across the time. I'm fifty one seconds to play. He's fouled. By kane. His Quinton tried to drive around him on the right wing and turned the corner. Cain bumped with his chest. That'll send quick good into the line. An opportunity for a couple of points. With a one one opportunity. Under a minute ago this building which was at capacity is about a quarter full right now. Freeze it on the way from Quinton Gooden is good at breaks set scoring drought scoring drought at four thirty eight. But I'm not sure that was updated. That's a sixteen one run over the last three three minutes and fifteen seconds. You talk about going opposite directions over the last three minutes and fifteen seconds. Huge. Second free throws good back to a ten point lead for the Paul sixty nine fifty nine. Muskateers with full court pressure. Forty nine seconds to play in this ball game. Musketeers not fouling. Now, they will Jones fouls. Luge ABI who was taken into the hoop? Kind of surprise loser. Be would drive into the bucket at twenty six on the shot clock. Forty five on the game clock. Didn't look like Xavier who's gonna commit a foul. But once a loser be committed to go the bucket Jones says pumped him out of the way that'll send a loser be seventy five percent free. Throw shooter back to the line. Fourteen points of the night for Luger be sixty nine. From the field for one from three point range to a five from the free throw line. At the line to shoot two now that he makes the first on a one on one opportunity that was a ninth foul the musketeers jaeger's been out of timeouts since two twenty two Mark in this ball game in the just the fact that coast fellow was necessary to call that timeout shows you how. Difficult to musketeers. Made it on the offensive end. They were trying to get something going. The free throw is missed the rebound has taken by match. Screw drives under the bucket goes for dunk shot. But I believe he was found out on the perimeter before he drove the baseline, and he'll be at the line to shoot through the hours on is you Marshall and Marshall's just out of the ball game. I believe in jail. That's kind of insult to injury. You miss a free. Throw you have four guys in the lane rebound, and you give up an offensive rebound off of a missed free. Throw. That was really a huge part of the game. From the very beginning of the fact that musketeers couldn't control. The Paul keep mafia offensive glass. I free throws on the way for Strouss pay up his total. Now, it's up to almost his average average seventeen coming to the ballgame. He had two or three ahead two and a half time. Now, his sixteen for the ballgame just one under his Aermacchi shooting for that right now as he's made the first fires up the second. And it is good. And it's a seventy two.
Government shutdown: Immigration court hearings canceled
"The latest government jobs report shows, the partial government shutdowns having an impact on federal employees. But does AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports? The overall data suggest the job market remains healthy, the number of furloughed federal workers seeking unemployment benefits jumped last week topping ten thousand the Labor Department says that's double the number of federal workers who sought aid in the previous week typically fewer than thousand former federal employees apply for jobless benefits, federal employees who aren't working during the shutdown are eligible to claim unemployment aid, though, they will have to repay it wants to shutdown ends those who are at work, but not getting paid are not eligible overall. However, the number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits dropped to two hundred and thirteen thousand Ben Thomas, Washington, call it a case of art, not quite imitating life, AP entertainment, editor Oscar wells, Gabriel reports in upcoming movie releases been changed because of a recent national tragedy. Universal Pictures is about to release a new horror movie called happy death day to you the release date February fourteenth that is one year to the day that a gunman roamed the halls of Marjory stoneman Douglas high school killing seventeen people Fred Gooden Burke, whose daughter Jamie died in that attack took to Twitter to asked universal to move the release date the horror movie will come out now a day earlier. Instead, universal also says that it will not be releasing the movie in theaters in the parkland area. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. The standoff goes on I'm Tim Maguire than AP news minute, Idaho. Republican congressman culture says President Trump was right to deny a military plane for house speaker Nancy Pelosi for an overseas trip. I would agree with
"gooden" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Lexington as Dwight Gooden, how'd you like to invest with the skill and the confidence of the pros achieve financial freedom with online trading, then call Online Trading Academy at eight five five four seven to trade pay. Look, I can promise you. Nobody cares. More about your money than you. So why are you going to trust somebody else with it? Call Online Trading Academy, eight five five four seven to trade. So why Online Trading Academy? Well, I don't know how about this over four hundred thousand people have experienced or education, and they have a ninety five percents student satisfaction rating with over one hundred seventy thousand reviews, eight five five four seven to trade. Imagine if you knew when to get out of the market before it falls and went to get back in to make the money. Hey, listen, you have nothing to lose by attending a free class. If you call right now, we're going to set you up with a free. Do it yourself investor kit. This loaded with exclusive investing courses, eight five five four seven to trade or visit them online at free OT class dot com. Hey, we've all been there. You find a great deal on line? But it turns out too good to be true. Of course, when it comes to something much bigger like selling or trading your car, you need more than a great deal. You need peace of mind, and I can have it with truecar just go to truecar enter your license plate and see your car's value in real time after a few questions and you'll get a true cash offer in minutes. That's right. An actual offer from a local certified dealer backed by a check. So when you're ready to. Experience a better way to sell or trade in your car. Check out truecar today to cash offer not available in all areas. Struck.
Miami Marlins fans invited to bring noisemakers next season
"Okay. So the Marlins we know they don't have, a, lot. Of, fans they got to the teen Derek jeeter yada yada yada well next year the crowd should be a little. Louder because they're allowing noisemakers and musical instruments into one specific section To try. And show pride in their native countries and all that stuff of the fans native. Countries. And get loud according to team the team's website it makes in. Miami very Latin community and if you've, ever, watched, baseball. In, the Dominican Republic or really any country besides here it's a party it's fun and people are singing and dancing Classic and Marlins park yeah. It was a fantastic atmosphere for those games yeah even in Japan out in, the the outfield they usually have supporters sections not unlike say what the seven line does with the Mets but these. People are standing and singing songs for every single batter that comes up throughout the inning and. Then there dead silent when their team is pitching they don't do anything when the opposing team is heading when their teams hitting they have a different song, for each player, that they will clap along to in. Sync to during the at bat it's it's like a party in other places of the, Marlins could bring. That that'd be great but what I envision I know you envision as like three guys up there just and maybe they got like a boom. Box or something I can't I can't imagine this taking off right away or the entire stadium. Isn't that
Pros that have played in the Little League World Series
"This week, Sunday baseball's actually going to be the little league classic in williamsport, Pennsylvania. We've got the Phillies the Manson, Jess you already there. What are you doing there? So early that you when I talk, I I literally games. I mean, this is this is where at that, but there I'll tell you and I got two boys. I'm a little league coach. I don't know if I should admit that because sometimes if good and bad, but being here we the first opening day, lily World Series got four games, four more tomorrow you on Saturday. And then I'll have a game Sunday prior to our Sunday night game with the Phillies vets. But it's it's cool in the scene here. You'll be here soon BUSTER, but it's it's, it's pretty special. Yeah, you did this game last year? I did not do it. I was on vacation. What's it? Like when you get the big leaguers mixing with a little leaguers. The coolest thing BUSTER in, you know, we, we've seen it only once. You know the cardinals and the pirates here last year and what was really took me aback as expect. Obviously, when the big leaguers get here, the literally will be running up and getting autographs and photos and southeast and Instagram stories and all that. As soon as I remember the cardinals got here first before the pirates and they got off the bus and they were going after because they'd already watched a few of the games. They literally new kids names. You know, Carlos Martinez had some kids internationally that he like. I think it was a catcher Venezuela that he was like, totally adamant. I need to find this kid. I want my photo. Can I get your picture? Got his autograph, and it was so genuine. And this is before the cameras were even on them, or I mean, these big leaguers were fans of these kids. And to me, that's what makes us special is I think we only a bit of a reminder of like why the game of baseball is really played, but especially those guys not to like knock any player by any means, but. I think one hundred sixty two games. You would get it at the grind, but you get here and oh my gosh. Is it exuding up every just pure love for the game? You know, are they that towns and most of them aren't, but oh, they love it and it rubs off and you can tell when the big leaguers get here that there's a little bit of that. Just I remember when I was eleven years old. I remember when I was twelve and you know the stories just come out and it's it's cool and it's important. Along those lines about the players who play in the Little League World series. This week's poll question is who among the alum of the Little League World series, my goodness. There's so many from Chris story. The, you know, the the NHL player who so many current major leaguers Scott Kingery, Michael Conforto in our game or guys who played Little League World series, but who is the best alum of the Little League World series was played in the big leagues in the four choices and believe me. We could have had so many more Todd Frazier, Jason Varitek, Gary Sheffield or Dwight Gooden who would be the best alum of those four. You know, I put Todd Frazier, I voted this week because there's something about him that still just screams little league. I mean, anyone who's ever been around Todd Frazier and BUSTER. I know you know this, you've been around him. I mean, and part of its maybe his size and just as demeanor and the way he acts. I mean, he, he, he's still just has kid and love for the game the way he plays the game. And this is twenty year anniversary of the team that he one Little League World series with with Tom's river New Jersey, and they're all coming back. He's throwing out the first pitch, and I feel like in covering now the Little League World series. My fourth year, those images are the ones that are still
"gooden" Discussed on The Big 98
"Gooden Even if You and me Everybody's talking. About just wait With you To this Everybody's talking about Wait Thank. You Everybody's talking. About heaven Wait It's gonna be still. Good so Oh Kiss me one. More I do want to. Do this real quick. Never gonna get it I'll. Give it to you Thirty percent. Of men.
"gooden" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Doc, Gooden puppy. That was great. Cool. Could puppy use your hands, gently try to develop the skill of being enthusiastic with your voice and gentle and calm with your hands. It takes a little while because usually our hands Matra voice at first, but you want to be gentle and stroking with the dogs for when you're praising them, enthusiastically otherwise with a puppy, if your hands are excited date and to get really rambunctious, and they'll start to jump around and mouth and get crazy. So calm hands, enthusiastic voice. You want to praise them for at least ten to twenty seconds when they returned to you, then casually take the toy and do it again. If when the puppy comes back. To you you just make a grab at, the toy that's a great way to teach the puppy to stay, just out of reach because they don't want you to grab the toy so remember play in an area where they really have to. Come back in your direction praise them, the moment they pick up the item until they're all the way back to you turning. Off that praise like a faucet if they. Drop it and. Then. When they do get back, to you pet them praise them let them know just how pleased you are that they came all the. Way back after that gently take the toy and play again do it, this way and pretty soon your puppy will run out grab the toy and run back, to you with a wagging, tail really happened enthusiastic and you have a lifelong fetter on, your hands and a lot of fun for both of you. Through the years, if you. Have any questions at all please stop by my smirk puppy dotcom and ask us that our, forums we.
"gooden" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"The energy of these guys have this your second year with this and the outpouring of support that you've had how do you grow this thing how do you make it even bigger than it was last year well you know last year it was really trying to introduce the sport you know the the requirement is that you you've played in the nba and you over thirty you know our league last year average age maybe thirty nine this year is probably gonna have average you know thirty five thirty three is going to go down that way so it's it's kinda cold is to see that the league is getting stronger we have better players so we've injected you know better players to the roster so you know that's all i you know attempt to make the league better you know we've added people like nate robinson metta world peace amare stoudamire darin davis drew gooden berman so we we've added nice array of players that still on hungry some guys you know believe this is an opportunity for some mba scouts to sam and maybe invited to camp so we got guys who still can play so we feel like the evolution of this league is growing the fan base and you know eventually leading the league kinda you know do what it's gonna do naturally you know if if it gets younger naturally so be it you know we just wanna make sure that we're doing right by the fans we're giving them a some quality basketball because that's what you don't lose your basketball iq and your ability to to think game and and these guys still can move and it's great to see them competing ice cube joining us here on sports talk seven hundred bottom line keep i talked to steven jackson here recently and he's one of those guys who came in taking it very seriously last year and i know some of the.
"gooden" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Shit brian with a toasted gooden's can you feel it jetlag i'll look up there woke up and remember come get some of that toasted goodness in person over chicago type in ticket flower double toasted or better yet go to w dot com click on that button that says double toasted live in chicago and you're going to see that on saturday june thirtieth doors opening seven pm and the show starting at eight pm a show of live long night of comedy games stipulate that prizes music in that big party thirty five dollars only thirty dollars we'll have to see you there is going to be at the park west of best been you yet in a believe that that is it hope you all survive oh we've survived all of them if they'll live worse chicago year that is true man but hey if you've seen them things we've been through in those things have killed his yet that signing hotel la hotel know brooklyn was all right didn't have any problems i was fine brooklyn was fun it was ginger filings filings we've we've also go trick out he member on gentrified yeah that's what i hear harlem's you intervene yeah y'all yup and black people in zoos you you really mean yes okay you said you and the white devil around here okay the midnight chetta tank now with more adds up and they were stimpy he is gone go in there seven thirty pm to midnight central standard time and that's on the saturday in going to talk to them in the chat are on the livestream youtube channel already everybody that is hitting outta here brian thank you for coming through thank you for having me great to be back it's great to have you back so are you really here to stay move anywhere well i was going to sleep in the room right there.
"gooden" Discussed on Critical Role
"All right so you walk upstairs you find the room and it it's it's small the the one that you had rented but it's beautiful interior the sheet the sheets have layered lace high thread count it's it's quite awesome there is about guinea though the curtains currently drawn because the rain day outside very very nice slide my hand over the sheets and i just feel that thread count your hands dirty your it's okay because i rented it covers off all the great you can use it maybe if you had carried a rule you could hit my knuckle sada next time no would you like some mitts no you know this is how diseases are spread right i like my hand on fire okay hands on fighter said the putting it in bread isn't that i couldn't eat simple let's toast actually really don't have the control is a little tricky sometimes sometimes opened the gooden's up good view you get a decent view i mean it's it's not terribly high up but you get to look down over the the street below you the cobblestones still slick in the rain pattering on the stonework thinking see the fences that curl around the exterior of the terrorists or the tops are now more visible and you can see the the the the canopies can of puffing up behind the larger estates and buildings that make up the interior of the spires ever pretty decent view of these other aspire from here and you can see domes towards the very peak and there appears to be the last kind of celinda top floor overlooks the entirety of the city make perception check okay.
"gooden" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Call it shakespeare and we're not just do it moves we're putting characters on top of them yeah like when you watch star wars tough feeder isn't just as big duncan guy swinging around a lifesaver me he's the character so you like watching him talk and be the bill and as much as you like seeing them swing that like saver it's the same thing and pro wrestling jericho about a year ago and he was explaining this whole thing when he moved to the up the dark side so to speak it was allow or involved that he said it was actually harkishan kinda have that like a good actor get into their role when you do stuff you're basically a nice guy and yet you've you've got to put this persona out there to sell them man and that's why i guess that's really the difference between several the the really big guys of the guys that can go out and sell this you know the people can you know they can escape or are for a few hours flew up who we i mean who about how and where winger who story of gooden in our vehicle the reporting hoops in the wrestling ring and all that you know so you know if you wanna see a story tools and you know very well or poorly it depends on you know that you go to see a mood you either you know as movie's fictional but did you buy it or didn't you buy right right it's all those little double in the details that just makes the performance great makes the drama great you know like tha i always i like to tell resting students movie star wars and then to plan nine from outer space walk the both sides by so the bulk completely fictional but why you believe one and and the.
"gooden" Discussed on WTRH
"Have you truly done that or is that something you want to do i would want okay that's huge because many times again people can have church experiences but it's very different when you humbled your heart and and and now it's empty in you of eu it's allowing him to have control of you and this is why at times we can feel powerless because we don't have the power of christ in us and yet that is the number one thing put when when we read now it's christ in you the hope of glory that means we've we're not um holding on to our ourselves are as gooden anything of of will look what i've done you're not proving yourself you it's like i give myself to him he gives his life to me it's the exchange exchange life it's allowing him to take control of you do you believe that that's what god want you to do okay let's let's do that that that's going to be bedrock male lead you in a prayer it's not the the exact words a gut god is listening to your heart can can we just go before him and you'd literally are giving yourself to the lord all of you to all of him all right okay just prey after me god i need a real relationship with you god i neither real relationship with you not just a religion not just religion thank you that you understand my pain a cheer to understand my pay if my predicament by predict i really do want to change i really tier one or two i know i have to change i know i had to change it i can't change me i can't change ray like you can change me but you can change may lord jesus christ or jesus christ i am asking you to be my personal lordon savior her have air to pay my personal ordered savior right now i'm giving you my whole heart right now giving ear our whole heart my whole life hole i am not holding on to my my uh by half twos are not holding on to our half i'm i'm willing to fully a b in your will are you willing fully be in your wheel i give you my mind in my will you're my mind and i will i give you my heart in my life i give you my heart and my life.
"gooden" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Yet you've you've got to put this persona out there to sell an event and that's why i i guess that's really the difference between civil the the really big guys of the guys that can go out and sell this you know that people can you know they can escape for a few hours flew who we i mean who about our wing who story of gooden in our vehicle is the wrestler moves in the wrestling ring and all of that so you know if you wanna see a story tools and you know very well or poorly it depends on you know you go to see a mood you either you know as movie's fictional but did you buy it or didn't you buy rights ryan it's all those little double in the details that just makes the performance great makes the drama great you know like tha i always i like to tell resting students movie star wars and then to plan nine from outer space well the both sides size so the bulk completely slips small but why do you believe one and and the other one is completely hoki rice all in the delivery oil and when studies telling captain to man you know don't doco worth nine you're gonna blow the the war core you're gonna blow the hall because we're short list even crystal with all this stuff you sit on your touch ago makes perfect sense knows what he's talking about unites the delivery and all but details all the detail worth it makes everything come together well that's what a good wrestler will do to address it takes two to tango see up two guys in there and they'll play stories for days would you know the beautiful part of it is you the fan actually live this life for a few days in half the fun it's it's one of those great fantasy chance now it's coming up i see the stage we will tell more to go on the website but his there's quite a few dates coming up in the next couple of months working people find out not only way you're going to have these camps but how they can get involved with so forth absolutely uh for all the information on upcoming camps you.
"gooden" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Gooden by the way is not just wait losses for everything so you're your emotions are tidy your behaviors until you decide that what you're doing is right for you and i'm talking about on an emotional level maybe even on the spirit to level it won't work you won't stay on it if you've ever been all not program and then fell off and then get back on and then thought then change program you wanna mostly could connected to the the goal of being more well and so many people comment about office from the first of the program in all their concern with is the number like to get on the what we'd call a scale but i'm gonna body analizar and they don't the by you know wiser and all they want to work own is that total number was what is the number but if we sliced the body up and look at that numbers made and total wait is made up of so many components and they were the importance for major water and for that the total number i guess we can look at it but more important than getting to the mechanics cause we can teach the mechanics we to put you on a good nutrition plan we can show you what exercises in the most appropriate we can teach out of reach about it but until you change the way you think about being way all your never going to stay on the program that's one of the own target ones program it's as a lifelong program this for life because i know emotionally you're not go stay on anything forever perfect so as you move to life on our program we know you're going to go a little bit off track maybe looked on track will that ruin to get to the point where you stay on at most of the time and you're thinking your emotions are tied to it the value that you put into yourself cause you to the program at tells you to being well so then every thank you do surrounds about taking care of your body when you don't so there's some there since very specific some psychological issues that will come up i wanna talk about free um here in the beginning of the program and majors things that it if you want to have a lasting impact on your wellness your state a lot of so many of you're just like in white guys it's not just wait.