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"goren" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"goren" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Turnover especially the way it all went down not saying that not saying that nico is a failure but you need to bring someone in that you know is going to get the job done. You need to like that. Needs to be the expectation that it's going to get done. And when i say what needed to get done it was the kyle lowry or the lonzo ball or the the starter. You're maybe you're gonna get a star but you need to get a starter that's going to come in and raise the potential ceiling of this team. Because you've got luca and you've got porzingis but what we had wasn't it just wasn't quite what it needed to be. And so a lot of people expectations we were one of the only teams out there with money and with some of the contracts that we had they had room to. I mean i talked on on our podcast about how they could potentially create just north of fifty million dollars to sign both Rosen and calorie to the money that they want. They could have done that and they i mean. Obviously there's more that goes into it calls relationship with jimmy butler. But the point was was that they had a lot of options. And like i said i liked the guys that they signed. But they're still a big glaring need there that they haven't quite addressed and so i know that they're they're holding out goren but personally and i think they're kind of at the point where they no longer see that happening at least before this may be trade deadline move. But that's that's another can of worms. But yes so i like i like the guys that we added. I will say that porzingis in this under the kid. I haven't seen it yet. There are lots of aspects of this rotation that i don't know what to expect but last year he averaged twenty nine on his most efficient shooting season ever so i do have reason to be hopeful. Especially after being his first healthy off season since new york do reason to hope that his numbers will be a little bit better and not just like the numbers looking at it last year. But if you just had a simple Tests watching him play. He just he didn't he looked disengaged from time to time and it was because he was just being asked to sit in the corner and he came out and said that and people kind of said. Yeah that's pretty much exactly what happens. So things are gonna look very different. I don't wanna say. I'm expecting to come out and be newark next porzingas. I can't. I can't say that. But i do expect him to be better than last year. they said a lot of really encouraging things today and the press conference with outpouring feeling of the current state of the team. Kind of.

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"goren" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

05:49 min | Last month

"goren" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"I think is such a. That's the that is the modern nba lineup right. Which obviously you don't necessarily have a one. Plus plus plus star not. The trae is not great as we saw during the playoffs. You don't have the the hard inner types or whatever but like that that covers all the bases of a modern day lineup. You have this room running defensive center you have collins who can kind of guard up and guard down. You have the pick and roll player in young you of the three in diguise in hunter in bogdonovich. Maybe some higher on the three in summer hiring the d. But that is a that to me is like just a beautiful modern nba lineup and we were robbed of. Its for so much of last year because bogdonovich was hurt. Hunter was hurt. Hundred obviously missed most of the playoffs. So that's a big one another one. I'm excited to see because i think this is. I know that. I haven't personally talked a lot about the heat or their off-season a lot on this podcast. No not at all. Not at all. No but i think my biggest concern with them is their depth and the starting five i think is okay. I'm little bit worried about the power forward rotation because get forty eight minutes. From tucker and peter tucker markeith morris i think is going to be harder on a night tonight basis than people realize. Those guys don't play a ton of minutes anymore but the lineup. I'm interested heat rolling out at some point. Is kyle lowry. Jimmy butler bamadoro. Dunkin robinson end. Victor oladipo oh. 'cause i think they were playing really well with deebo last year. When he was healthy he he'd come in and done exactly what they wanted. And you know that similar five man group whether it was it's playing or here playing with depot was really good. I mean i think that has the potential to be their best lineup. If all depot is maybe seventy five percent of who he was during his all star season because if they can get all the deebo to be glorified three in d guy with a little bit of ball handling mixed in. I think that radically changes their ceiling. It radically changes who they are but we have no idea what to expect from him. So that's a group. I don't know when we're gonna see. It might not be until january. But that's i think that lineup. I think is going to be the barometer for any success. He'd have this year yeah. I think ola depot in particular is just such a high ceiling. He's a ceiling razor. And i don't really think he impacts their floor all that much. But you're right to say yeah like if you can get seventy five percent of what he was in two thousand nineteen or even if he can just be goren drug itch for you. Like what gordon drag. It was in the bubble which gorgeous was really good and the bubble but if he can be that that would transform it also gives them it also gives them a player where the biggest of the heat had last year was one of non drug ichiro robinson was going to get targeted relentlessly defensively and they almost always had at least two of those guys on the floor and if you get in a scenario where dunkin is now. You're only a big target for opposing offenses to attack. It's a lot easier when you have one of those guys. As opposed to those guys..

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"goren" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 4 months ago

"goren" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah. Are there any particular shows that really captured the Trump era in Washington? I've been asked this question. Before and the television show that is about to debut its fourth season. The Handmaid's tale was actually greenlit or, you know, sort of put into production before Trump was elected president, But it debuted just after he became president, and there was a lot of discussion about how it seemed to be capturing. A sort of the zeitgeist of the the trump years in terms of, you know, sort of having women lose autonomy or agency over themselves and their bodies. Um, and you know some of the ways that Mr Trump was misogynistic and some of his commentary about women. And and so I don't think that the Handmaid's tale necessarily captures the trump years per se. But television also has a leg time because things often have to go into production. Um, a year or two beforehand, and with covid. It's been very difficult to, um, you know, do the filming and and produce the shows because of the limits on, you know the capacity to do that? Safely. And so I think we may also have a lag in terms of shows that kind of reflect what people may have been feeling during this Trump administration. Right. So maybe it'll take a couple years, but we'll start to see something a little less dark and a little more optimistic. We? We may There's always hope. And of course, we had shows like scandal that tapered off during this period as well, which were kind of dark as well. Dr Lilly Goren is a professor of political science and global studies at Carroll University, Lilith. Oh, and that's all we have for you all today. It's been an absolute pleasure of being here with you all week and we'll do it again next week as well. Make sure you come right back and hang out with me again Before we go. I want to give a shout out to this amazing crew who put the show together daily. Our producers are Ethan Overman, Jose Olivarez, Meg Dalton, Patricia Yacob and Lydia McMullen layered Online producer is Jackie Martin. Our senior producer is Amber Hall. Milton Ruiz was our board up. And Vince Fairchild is our engineer. Jake Cow..

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"goren" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"goren" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"We talk about mobile phone. That's where people are searching. Don't do google dot com on their phone. They're taking naps and doing near be right. If you're on google dot com doing near me. It's still pulling into the map feature. So i'm a niece hear me anymore. You can just go to google maps and type barbecue right well. That's the hard part right. We don't know how consumers are searching. We don't know if they're putting in barbecue seventy seven. Oh four in the putting barbecue near me. Best barbecue near me when i want to newtown. I don't do any search without starting with the word best. I day here. I'm not gonna waste my time with with the third best. I want number one right at an account on reviews or infatuation referrals or whatever might be your views when from called seventeen and a half thousand on your first full week with us to almost doubling to about thirty and a half thousand. that's crazy. That is an exciting jump right. That's what we like to see. You know this is the kind of content where we talk about. Discovery searches near me searches. This is what we're striving for these kinds of up into the right on discovery overall. Right we're seeing seventy percent be discovery if we play with this a little bit and let's just see what happens if we did just up to march and like how up to february discovery. Went to sixty eight. Your growing right. You're gonna see that discovery grow over time. So i think that's powerful for a single location. Not in a major city seeing that kind of percentage growth is excited. Yes i mean. It's the thing that i mean. We love what we do on this podcast. We love having the conversations that we have. You know it's just. This is the visas brick and mortar businesses. That make the pivot that decided that now is the time. I'm tired of listening to sean. The fucking podcast. Talk about it like something about.

"goren" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

02:50 min | 5 months ago

"goren" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Whole other discussion about making sure you own that day that i can. I can go into for a long time. But it's like you said having that right link is so important and you'd be shocked people that don't it's crazy it's crazy we've seen it because we during the pandemic try to support a lot of local restaurants here where we live. You know we have a family you know mom and pop shop local chinese blaze You're like oh my god this like somebody needs to help them to help them. Somebody like there's so many there's sewn incredible technology tools that are available that this stuff can't be i mean it's it's more important than anything in your restaurant because it's literally going to drive the traffic to your restaurant absolutely it's gonna drive traffic and then brings us the kind of that last part of the equation of able to track it right making sure that between google analytics your own Content that you're pulling from your reporting toasts or wherever you are whatever points to us and then taking our analytics and kind of getting bird's eye view and making sure that just because we're seeing an increase in your discovery searches right. I should also lead to an increase in your bottom line. One way or another right. And if you don't mind. If i could share something just from your own dashboard with us. When when a podcast guests shares it's nothing makes dover producer. Give us from visual content. So for those of you better watch it on youtube. You'll get to see the screen share if you're just on your own so in the play by play and this is this is why my is kind. Domino's trying to start pulling up ryan's kelly comfort barbecue but yeah as people in the podcast note. We are tech our tech friends and partners. Share all of our data with everybody. If we're using you guys. There's a reason why we're using it and we want other restaurant owners of well. That's why i wanted to ask before. I did anything. We're still pulling in some data.

"goren" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"goren" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"During covid just to promote local restaurants. And yet you're telling me it's not important to be on facebook that's crazy. Well an even better. We client hundred five hundred eight locations. They were focusing on the main directories. Right face with google foursquare being tripadvisor. We got him onto marquis. That's for two months to all of a sudden their second tier sites that we kind of lumped together for analytics and that's gonna be to follow dot com local dot com city. Search all these sites. We say we work with eighty directories. How many how many tier one sites are there. You know i consider tier one and tier one be like tier. One is going to be the top six right. You got google facebook tripadvisor yelp yahu banging. You could argue. Foreswear has enough historical reason to be in there. But that it can be right and you go into your decks media and that's going to be yellow pages super pages because they still have a grasp arguably you you. Call the wet decks media. So that's the top company that owns different yellow page sites. all these listing sites. That's right and then you get into your two sites. And that's logo dot com to paolo eight coupons right all these sites like who is going there to make their decisions. The reality is they're getting hundreds of thousands if not more views a month millions of views on these sites nationwide so google is counting them as a qualified source. Right while you're content needs to be on why needs to match you. Have that much time for local zero site like google to recommend you right and so back to this line of artists hundred locations month one. They got thirty thousand views on these sites month to sixty some thousand that started to climb month over month. Seventy five thousand one hundred thousand. They hit a high right before. Kobe of one point two million profile views on these tier two sites.

"goren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:02 min | 6 months ago

"goren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're talking to Lisa Goren, Son of a B. C's The Connors. We just played a little bit of a scene that was Early, intense and has been for the last couple weeks. If folks haven't caught up on the episode yet, tell folks where your character has been over the last, you know, maybe month in this journey Well, like everyone else on Earth this year, But he has been under a lot of pressure. She's you know, working at the factory where her mom And her aunt Jackie used to work Twellman with Darlene, her sister, and she's still kind of has A couple hands in the restaurant. The lunchbox with Jackie kills her baby Daddy, and she's a single mother on DCI's still grappling with The fact that she's an alcoholic and She sees one of her old friends from high school. Mikey, who was her science partner, and he's a great success. You know, he went off to college, and now he's an engineering and he kind of approaches Becky as if She would have the same kind of success. But yet she is not in that place. And her life has taken a big 1 80 from from all of that, And so they go out one night and he ordered a bottle of wine, and she has a glass of wine and Um, because she has been sober since she was pregnant just by her own volition. She doesn't really think much of it. But then, when things start falling apart around her, for example, her baby has been taken care of by Emilio's cousin, and when she sees her baby, the baby doesn't recognize her anymore because she's been working so many double shifts and she's trying to basically catch up. To where she thinks her old soft would have been, which is impossible. And what happens is she ends up really drinking and feeling hopeless and hiding her drinking until It catches up with her in the family has to intervene so He ends up going to a Jewish rehab. And during that stay in rehab. It's it's you know, she at first doesn't want to be there and then, um, she kind of realizes that there's some really pretty heavy underlying things that have been going on inside of her since her husband's death, and it's very quite dramatic. Very well done. I hope you get me not out of this. I did, too. That's why I do it. I'm getting okay. Very good. That would be nice. Well, I'm gonna pivot just something that's near and dear to your heart, and that is Chicago Pizza. And you have a favorite here, don't you? I sure do on and that is that Is she a Donna? You loved your dino's. So you're a vegetarian. So what are your favorite pizzas? Besides cheese? Obviously you love cheese of otherwise should be a vegan. Well, it's so much about the cheese I love. I love the tavern style. Um and I love the spinach, Steve Fish. I mean, and I love the cheese deep dish. Okay. All right. No mushrooms. Salads are also really delicious, too. They are? Yeah, no mushrooms. Some kind of a purist. Okay, All right. Okay. That's fair. That's fair. No well extra sauce. Okay. Extra sauce. I mean, do you find yourself when you're on the West Coast in the East Coast, like just craving and like, are you? Are you searching from some decent pizza? Then you're always disappointed at the end, or have you found some Decent ones on in California and New York. Um, well, New York is much better than California. Without a doubt. I didn't say that's why they're always competing with us about pizza because they have an argument. But it's that they don't really you know, it's like too big and square, its first rectangle rather It's just nothing is really up to snuff. I agree. I agree. Well, I've got I've got a little surprise for you. So I'm the line with us is Jesse Harris. He's the head of culinary. For Giordano's international, famous stuffed pizza and just be welcome, Please. A little Lisa. Lisa. Hello? Yes, See, I have so many questions for you. Why don't we start with your questions? What do you got? What do you want to ask him? Because he's making these pizzas. He's the he's the head chef. Pretty much for all the Giordano's pizza. So, yeah, I'm putting you on the spot here. But what would you like to ask Jesse? Okay, Well, my first question is that is the crust. Do you think the magic of the cross is informed by Lake Michigan? No. 100% Leafy it is. You are absolutely right. You know, to be totally honest. When we opened up our restaurants, you know, out of state. We have a whole process that we go through where we go through the water and take all the minerals out. And then we actually add. The minerals that are in Chicago Water back into the water to match the water up. No one of 100%. This is we're doing real pizza here. Lee c. Come on now this, but it's 100% the same dough since I was a kid. Are you kidding me? Looking at Chicago Water plays a role in here. You did not know that, did you? I love that. I love we Thank you so much. Lea Si for for your dedication and your love of beard on it. Wait, I have another question. She's not. She's not just said all right. What would it case like you think Is instead of instead of Lake Michigan water you used old style beer. I like that. I don't know. I I like where? Your head that you're You're a true tell somebody you from Chicago without tell them you're from Chicago, asking that question. Um, but but you know what? That's gonna that's gonna be in the R and D kitchen. Next. I'll tell you that. Isn't it worth experimenting? Oh, 100%. I think I think half the city's fueled on old style. I will tell you when I go out with folks and they're like I'm gonna have my I p a. I'm gonna have this or that. And I'm I ordered an old style. They're like what? I'm like, Yeah. It's beer. I'm at spring training in Mesa, and I'm staying at the hotel that has Old style and I order one all the men at the bar cheer. I'll say you're our perfect day. That's great. That's awesome. I love that. I love that. Jesse. What that Jordan has been around since since 1974. I think the first joint was effort and Joseph Giordano 74 You see, There's some some very special things happening here. I know. I know that. That's why the pizza was so good. I came into The world at the same time working temporary being here, Donald gets you look at you. But this recipe that goes back like a couple 100 years, though, doesn't it? Jesse? Yeah. 100% so effort and Joseph. They brought their grandmother's Easter torta recipe, which is like an Easter pie. It's like a It's crust, and it's filled with pasta and meat and vegetables, and it kind of took that recipe and melted it with the famous Chicago deep dish pizza. And you have Jared Alice Pizza. So what about the tavern style? So we have the tavern style as well. We actually have multiple kinds of pizza. We not only are we do our famous, you know, Gold, standard stuff. Deep dish pizza, which everybody knows and loves, And we also have our famous thin crust, and we also do an extra thin crust. We even have a Parmesan crusted pan style pizza right now, say the thin crust cavern style. That's what he's got to try to make with the old style I love then crosses flavor, a little flavor of the old style. Yes. You're gonna have to know we're doing something big here. Justice a little bit of that Chicago love in there, you know. I'm gonna have to do this Comiskey disco burner that That's a phenomenal name. Wow. Look at you. You should be in our do yourself. You don't just You got to get this done. What? I got it. I have a coat waiting right there for you A coat in an apron. Nice. All right. Here's the big surprise. Jesse. Tell Lee see what she want. Well, because you love our people so much, And you know you're having trouble finding good pizza out on the West Coast. We're gonna send you a half dozen, uh, stuff.

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"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That would be rusty Nail piece, man. Great to have you along today and got a big show. We're gonna talkto long, Goren who could not join us yesterday? Our Bitcoin on Blockchain person s. So what? Do you know what I do this? What do you What do you know about Bitcoin and blocks and so far? I know that I've made a little money off of it. You have no idea how to get it out Well for door or have you figured that out? I just don't know what it is. So I was like, Okay. Okay. So what is what's a dollar? What is that? I don't know, but it's here. So it's good coin. Oh, you mean you could hold it? Yeah. How often you hold dollars? No, honestly confused thinking about that. Not that often anymore. There you go. So it's just a number on a but I keep hearing this little voice in my head. The guy who runs Bitcoin could just walk away and live. You know, restless life on his own island. Never tell anybody where all the money went. Well, well, no CSC, There's going to be tax ramifications coming with incomes income. Yeah, Income is income. Well, I know it's getting, although you know what's interesting about that argument would be if the don't know if the Iris code says, But I guess if you doesn't say that you have to pay income tax on every dollar earned because of What if you weren't because I know if you get stuff like from if you get stuff from a game show. Oh, yeah. You gotta pay taxes on. That's $1 that stuff that's worth dollars. So I think of it if you convert Bitcoin into money. Until I don't know. I'm just guessing here, but there should be. You should have to pay taxes on the whole show for this Well, a long time to join us today and talk to this about that. Also, um Adam one Dean is going to be joining us today. We're going to talk copper and gold mines, even talking to gold myself in a while, and we'll talk about that little bit. And hopefully I've worked trying to get hold of Rob Davidson from Cure. Pharmaceutical member the original blistering strip. Yeah, you know, the Bible says, be not deceived whatsoever.

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"goren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"goren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Goren someplace Becky and has since 1988. And that's only two long, long time ago a long time ago. You're not old. I mean, it's just you were young when you did it, but Lisa Goren joins us on the team. Awkward phone line. What's going on? How are you? Oh, I'm so good. I'm in New York and I haven't been here since last October late October last year because of co bed and I I've made so many trips to come back here and we were all can't hold because there was just one more restriction and the corn keening and all that, and I've been working so It's just beautiful here. I'm loving the weather change. I'm loving staying my old friends. It's I feel like it's a huge one Huge leap for Li Si kind. That's awesome, because I mean you, you mean L. A is a temporary home when you're filming. It's Chicago is still your you're grounded Hometown, but your place is in New York. I mean, you really do have three Holmes. What did you do during This whole pandemic, like binge watching drinking. What? Everything. What were you doing in drinking? No, I You know, I got a place in l A after you know, I've been there for For years now. I mean, I obviously spent time there when I was a kid, but, you know, I got really tired of living in temporary housing. It just didn't feel Grounding to me, So I got a place out there. And I just really just, you know, Kitt lows and painted the walls and nice rip stuff out. And I mean, it would have been great if I had one of those just like set up a camera when I was trying to throw these chains over this pipe in orderto hang one of those pots. Hangars like kitchens. You know, it's like an iron. It weighs, like you know, £75 and I'm standing on like Q chairs and dangling and no, I mean it was a certain, but I had time to do it and write I have to say that menial home tasks really saved me because I don't know what else I would have done. I think that's for everybody. Everybody kind of dug in Went through things I we ourselves were we donated like 30 boxes worth of clothes and stuff that we just weren't used toys, things from kids that we just weren't using anymore. I mean, it was a good time. To do some mental house cleaning and some physical housecleaning. When you say Absolutely. Oh, yeah. And then you know, after I toiled and toiled and I saw the process and the progress Of my home coming together, and then it was just all of a sudden. It was done, you know, And then I went. Oh, no. Now what I mean, I I just went Oh, there's just so much to do. And then, thankfully, thankfully, work started. Yeah, After that, Going to say it's amazing to me mean yours was one of the first. Really in television that went back into production. You guys no holds barred, just said Yeah, Let's let's get back on setting and start doing stuff. You know you're used to doing the show in front of an audience. You're you're You're a Broadway actress. You're used to being on stage. Around the country doing things with a live audience. Is it a little weird? I mean, I know you've got a cast and crew that air probably throwing in some laughter. So you know, you know where you're where your spots are, But, yeah. Yeah. I mean, there's so much that's different in that regard. You know, our audience is usually are made up of fans of the show, and some of them, you know, fans of Roseanne and long term fans, loyal fans and so people there's just such an excitement. When people are there, you know, it's like they know that they're going to see a new show, and they're going to be a part of it. And It does give us a lot of energy. One thing I miss is sometimes I'll have a joke that all week off, I'll think. Oh, this isn't funny, and and then the audience will get a laugh. You know, on Friday night I don't you'll meet so much. It'll give me you know, I thought Oh, my gosh. I thought this was a dud. And Yeah, right. It does wonders for my ego to actually not feel like a complete. It's awesome. Yeah. But you know it is what it is. And and the audiences will be back at some point. Yeah, you know, it's Ah, It's a mental challenge. I mean, at some point, I mean, I mean, I don't know, but I'm sure your pent up too, but I like I want to get out and I know there's a certain things aren't happening right now. Like I tried to keep I tried to keep the train on the tracks over the summer and do some traditional things the best you can, But you know now is we're going into the into the holiday season like there's certain things that you kind of expect. That you're going to do, and that's gonna be kind of put on hold, too. Absolutely. And I, You know, it's funny, just I was. I think I was in Lo's again recently because you know I'm just the handy one day but I saw some of the to the Halloween decorations and I thought I was moved by it. I felt like and we are, by the way we are. Doing a Halloween show the Connor course you were. There was it was a standard for decades. Oh, yeah. Well and I realize I'm not I'm not kind of really hokey about ritual so much. Although I do love to eat under the tree, and you know the artist formerly known as Marshall Field, I wouldn't seeing the Halloween display was just so moving. It was like there was some semblance of normalcy. And rich, too. All right. No, absolutely. In fact, I got enough to eat free on the the whole walnut through room thing because it was. It's been closed since March. I mean, since this all happened at Walnut Room has been closed, but the reopening with they usually see it about 550 people, but it's now only 140 something because of The guidelines that are out there, But they're going to like a three course fixed meal for like 50 bucks, and it's the pot pie in the turkey in the Franco ice cream pie and all that, and the windows will be up. But this is the coolest thing. I think if you don't want to go down there By the way, the Macy's During all the protest ng and looting and everything got pretty beat up about how what the state of things are in Chicago. It's another thing that Being far away, So I feel like psychically. I really have part of me in Chicago all the time. It's part of the New York all the time and so Kind of the rises and falls of what's going on. You know, I think For stock to me, too. And I'm always wondering, you know how what the rebuilding is? And And where? Everything that with that I mean the protest. Ng is stopped in the looting and all that, but I mean, they're still you know, growing violence in the city, So I mean, that's That's what we have Tio contend with in the city right now, and a lack of support on all sides. So it's it's It's been a tough road because nobody's coming into the city either to do anything. I mean, I I chair Ah Broadcast museum in town on television and Radio Museum here. And you know, we opened last weekend for a showing of Ah rock exhibit and we had 15 people for four days or three days like people are just not coming to the city right now, And it's not just about covert. They're afraid. To bring families down here and so, so it's been It's been a It's been a bit of a challenge, but What I wanted to tell you about. Mace is what they're offering. If you don't want to come downtown, or you don't want to come. Come and sit by the tree there doing holiday meal kits through like grubhub, or you can pick it up like for almost a month..

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Miami Heat's Goran Dragic, Bam Adebayo exit with injuries in loss to Los Angeles Lakers

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Miami Heat's Goran Dragic, Bam Adebayo exit with injuries in loss to Los Angeles Lakers

"Is back in the house. Your quick thoughts on the NBA Finals last night game one laker domination. Liquor shoot the ball like that. They're the best team in MBA by far by far. There's nobody cloaks they made eleven threes in the first half, and at times you felt Miami's intensity defensively laps. Now they battled with injuries to Bam and Goren drugs I understand that. But when a Lakers may shots kentavious pope was shooting lights out Danny, green shot the ball. Well, AD was making threes and one side happens the game is over because then it opens up the paint for ad and Lebron James to attack and that's how both those guys end up having huge night's loss and that's the thing about it especially out in La when they put this team together one of the biggest. Things kept saying everybody and you notice Jay will cover the NBA on NBA down is that where are the shooter's Lebron James Ad but where the shooters there was no real of confidence in the Greens in the peas in those guys to take to be a consistent three point shooting team because when you look historically on Lebron James Teens, he's always had pure shooters around him and everybody was questioning what would that look like but they it to be on the playoffs I mean, what can you say they are right in front of you last night and I can say this if there's no Gordon dragoj on the floor if there is no Bam out of by on the floor. It's over. This thing is over, it's easily over. You could actually make a debate that it would be over even if they were on the floor well, there's no debating. Just. Say Gordon Rockets at. Times during Boston Celtics series he was their best player on the floor. Absolutely. We're Bam, right. So now you take those two guys out of the question only guy that can stop the Lakers to some degree from upfront right from getting offense rebound and things of that sort but he's not in the game you have Kelly Olympic Meyers Leonard hasn't played in a long time. There's really no chance and by the way you have Jimmy Butler who rolled his ankle and his knee twice last night. Yeah, and continue to try to play. In in typically when when when teams start losing players in sports, they just for whatever reason, it just goes

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"goren" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"goren" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"To reuse their charter and allows for innovation prior to two thousand nine. The Commission considered mandating that all smartphones. Use only a USB microbe connectors which would have restricted the advancement to lightning and USB type C instead. The commission established a voluntary industry standards based approach that that saw the market shift from thirty chargers down to three soon to be two lightning and USB see this approach does work we hope the commission will continue to seek a solution that it does. Not Restrict. The industry's ability to innovate and bring exciting. New technology to customers I feel like Goren Petrovik in the chat is kind of nailed it what innovation. I haven't seen it in a while a meaningful one. So there is a philosophy that I support from apple When you Kota Fai something into a law it is very difficult to work out? The legal entanglements of how that law will affect future behavior. Laws tend to be reactive. There's a problem today with having multiple charges in standards plugs. So let's build the law but then ten years down the line. What might that mean for some future? Interface that we haven't dreamed up yet that is why I'm conflicted about the EU calling for a legislative action but apple's arguments here fly in in the face of Apple's own technology philosophy. This is the company that likes to cut dead wait. This was the first mainstream manufacturer that got rid of the floppy disk This was the first mainstream manufacturer that got rid of optical drives CD ROMs uh-huh in DVD players in their products This is the first mainstream manufacturer that got rid of the headphone Jack. They don't seem gene to have a problem in no.

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"goren" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"goren" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Going back to the tech. Levin Mama has a great point here the thing about referring to us. Most people don't know how to shop for us. They would need someone to help them through all the steps even with finding new budget plans and phones most people just jump into something and then they regret afterwards because they don't know what they were really buying and Kyle ruggles. Reply is awesome This could be a good service. Geek for Higher Geek for hire an independent group of Geeks who will look and investigate ish for you with different different tiers of support and then we'll also charge you for modems that you don't use apparently that used to be legal So it's it's fine. No no we want like gigs for higher to be a reputable service we don't want to be like ISP's Gorn Petrovic. Sony will quit smartphone. Business latest latest news. Someone's gotTa Lincoln that someone hooked that link-up because all add that to the show notes right now but anyway baby steps some progress are FCC have see see isn't going to do anything about it but at least we've got some laws to say you can't defraud your customers ISP's and then hopefully some type of correction will manage to satisfy that Hold on okay. People are saying I've got Google Sony News immediately. We're going to take a a brief pause here and look up Sony smartphone smartphone Business News as he. LG believes it. smartphones will finally be profitable at the end of twenty twenty one good job. LG I'm not seeing any breaking news on. Just oh you're are you guys just trying to disrupt stream what the heck come on man. It's Goren that's not a joke. Come on run a news podcast. If you're telling me there's breaking news that's kind of a a not fun thing to put the pump the brakes on the whole podcast. Everyone say Boo Goren. Now I'm serious. I WANNA see Boo Goren in the live chat. Everyone everyone. I'm not I'm not continuing on his livestream until I see some Boo Goren. I sit here all day. Dj De cj reviews boo. Goren Matt. Tyler Boo Goren. Goren Boo Goren. That's right Gordon Ubuntu Yourself. Good Okay we can can move on one last bit news. We've been talking about Some of the bill's going up in in state legislatures Suharto. That was that was the funniest thing I think is ever happened on my guest Most.

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"goren" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"goren" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Going back to the tech. Levin Mama has a great point here the thing about referring to us. Most people don't know how to shop for us. They would need someone to help them through all the steps even with finding new budget plans and phones most people just jump into something and then they regret afterwards because they don't know what they were really buying and Kyle ruggles. Reply is awesome This could be a good service. Geek for Higher Geek for hire an independent group of Geeks who will look and investigate ish for you with different different tiers of support and then we'll also charge you for modems that you don't use apparently that used to be legal So it's it's fine. No no we want like gigs for higher to be a reputable service we don't want to be like ISP's Gorn Petrovic. Sony will quit smartphone. Business latest latest news. Someone's gotTa Lincoln that someone hooked that link-up because all add that to the show notes right now but anyway baby steps some progress are FCC have see see isn't going to do anything about it but at least we've got some laws to say you can't defraud your customers ISP's and then hopefully some type of correction will manage to satisfy that Hold on okay. People are saying I've got Google Sony News immediately. We're going to take a a brief pause here and look up Sony smartphone smartphone Business News as he. LG believes it. smartphones will finally be profitable at the end of twenty twenty one good job. LG I'm not seeing any breaking news on. Just oh you're are you guys just trying to disrupt stream what the heck come on man. It's Goren that's not a joke. Come on run a news podcast. If you're telling me there's breaking news that's kind of a a not fun thing to put the pump the brakes on the whole podcast. Everyone say Boo Goren. Now I'm serious. I WANNA see Boo Goren in the live chat. Everyone everyone. I'm not I'm not continuing on his livestream until I see some Boo Goren. I sit here all day. Dj De cj reviews boo. Goren Matt. Tyler Boo Goren. Goren Boo Goren. That's right Gordon Ubuntu Yourself. Good Okay we can can move on one last bit news. We've been talking about Some of the bill's going up in in state legislatures Suharto. That was that was the funniest thing I think is ever happened on my guest Most.

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"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Television services. What it was called? That was armed forces. Relevision radio armed forces are radio television. Yeah. That's what the military called China. There's a there's another. Hey by Tommy John's dog. So if you look. Joke there. We're not gonna talk happened yesterday. So have you been the coin based lot? The. So look at bitcoin and bitcoin cash in Syria. Join I bought in the three hundred thirty seven. I don't know how. Charts? Do this Curtis. I knew I knew that. I I knew that. I. Just on you. But but if you look at bitcoin like a year ago. Yeah. Nine thousand dollars per coin. It's now thirty eight eight. Yeah. If you go back and look at and listen to this is this is not a comment on the validity of bitcoin or a theory or light coin. What's a comment on is that the markets run onto emotions and even this market. So you had thirty four bucks a share for a theory in which four bucks. Seems like a bulletin board stock been that's because it runs on emotion. Light coin for example. Which was very. Like coin now at forty dollars a share was the two hundred twenty one dollars a year ago. So the reason I bring this up is because markets run onto emotions fear and greed. But it doesn't mean this is not a category that we're going to have to take very seriously because it's going to be the category eventually here to talk about that our good friend Alon Goren crypto invest summit. He's the expert on this. So I bet you have to have those conversations often with detractors of crypto. Could give you just as some ammo is well, take a look at the chart any given day of the stock market, and you can see that there's volatility it's it's it's a commodity. It's an asset. How do you? How do you explain to those to those naysayers that don't think that thought it was a flash in the pan, right? Well, there's there's a couple of things. Wow. Now, I'm seeing myself. Oh, yeah. So there's two things that I can say holding up two fingers. I liked him Draper's thing where he's a big win volatile. It's the dollar. That's volatile against the big coin. Still one big. That's true. That's I don't get it. All joking aside. It's a it's a really exciting category. What's interesting, in my opinion, is the obviously we've discussed it on the show before the technology behind it. And whether is bitcoin or light corn or theory. I'm that wins in the long term, this type of technology is the next level. Right. Whether so. Are you talking about the the blockchain itself or you're talking about the technology of digital currency or both? A little bit of both. So the blockchain enables enables the digital currency. And there's a few different types of Blockchain's and distributed ledger technology, whichever way you'd like to look at it. But in general, it's creating this opportunity for immutable assets. Right for you to be able to say I own this. I have the keys to this. And nobody else owns this. And it's and it's the track to in its. Let me put a finer point on that. Let me put a finer point. Because there's something that goes on in stocks every day called abusive short selling it's not necessarily shorting. But it is. But it's somewhat the same. But it's abusive short selling. Wow. When you trade a stock.

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"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Week as well. Because starting females from other shows on the network. Someone talk about us little tell you what kind of message is getting out for us. All right. Let's say quick look at the numbers before we get to Alon Alon Goren, by the way, of course, is the first fat crowdfunding expert. So we ever talked to in this program. We can rejoice in the second look at the Dow Jones up three hundred seventeen points from one point two five percent. Nasdaq up eighty six seventy one seventy. As well as the S and P. I'll tell you. What's interesting that's happening on the market here. Especially with the Dow Jones. If you look at the at the ten day moving average was the short term moving average versus long-term. We're finally crossing over. The short term moving average is in a long term moving averages. E you see this blue line right here is starting to sway up. What that means is once you see that blue line cross above the red line. You'll see an uptrend right now on the Dow every new high higher than the previous high. So we almost gotten back all of our gains that we've lost since November will be. Let's say you're looking at the s and p guys if we could because the S and P tells a very similar stories is five hundred stocks. Also now has crossed over the long term moving average and the search for moving average about the same. So if this were a stock case, if we were looking at this as let's say, let's say you're looking at a chart for apple. Okay. This blue line. Here is a short term moving average, the red lines long term moving average, the dotted line is where the stocks trading as soon as the stock is trading. A Bob the red and blue line after the line crosses above. That's a strong by. So if I were to put it this way, just a regular soccer looking at right? I would call this a watch or a whole right here. Because over the next few days could very well. Be not only a by. But a strong. Hey,.

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"goren" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"goren" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"An impostor. That's that's mutton David's official position that happened to be free next is it's as if they knew. And then along the line is a French radio journalist to describe hiccup. We pretty hairy moment in the full Senate. I thought as playing place to perfection. I mean, what was signed precedent cat foods at this to me as well. In the way, he was using round. It's just tugging and just whipping it hostile every like every single time round came to the net where he was just coming out with. Perfect passing shots and. Really, this is a huge transformation for Capri. Because I was at the Davis Cup final just two months ago. And he was left. Our that team. He was not in a good place. He wasn't he wasn't trusted essentially to win a points. And he was the number one player. Times of ranking. And he's used the off-season to you know, to soul-searching realize he wasn't having fun of coal bringing Emily Mirage. And just is fine. You know, certain these tennis cincy reach the US open quarterfinal in two thousand sixteen. We'll tactics as well. But he. Stefan of sits pass both something that mats Philander is constantly. Lamenting tennis that tactics on given enough credit or tactic seem to have gone fashion? The fashion is I mean, a play my game is that's that's the munchers, and I'm gonna play my game and kind of hype Teva good day hike that that's enough whereas Lee and many marasmus. Knew that round. She was going to charge the net new that he's a decent volume. But he's not a golden even which doesn't have that talk. Sometimes he can look like episode if big draw of that big giraffes, sometimes he can look a little ole could up there on. Goren Goren volleyed. Okay. I think from what I'm told listen to commentators more than anything because I know the ten ecology, but his serve was so amazing. He used to have an easier time at the neck, but. He had a hit the field. In the nine new field. You're an unmanaged occasionally has it, but you can't rely upon it. And we we normally Morris mood very clearly to match way you can pass with accuracy and keep it low. They don't have to be clean witness. You know, you don't have to be aiming to the line or just really consistently make a an eight out of ten passing. To stage. It was one did to break serve in the second set where dip tobacco and down around his feet and then just locked him perfectly. And it was it was Andy Murray ask the actual narrative is two convenient. But I'm gonna go with it. Eighteen hours cheese. Come on. I know. You've got this big guy charge in the net. Hidden volleys, you've got this guy with and stuff passed him in nineteen Ninety-two. Andre Agassi won Wimbledon and beat Goran Ivanisevic. She was serving thirty plus icies a match on that court. And that's what he was doing to people. I mean Agassi's run into the title was Boris Becker, John McEnroe and Goran Ivanisevic in the final. And it just occurred to me watching plea. I thought this for while the way he his his stroke construction. Feels like to me, he's got this fast twitch arm, this we fast arm, and and and you saw him in the way he was neutralizing the round it serve and love in the target as you describe it re so exciting to watch him play light that. And I must say thought played it. Tactically, smart, actually Ginsburg. Sure. Yeah. Heck of a win. I think charge wasn't one hundred percent. But even so, but you know, this this guy's boulevard management. No said, you know, churches improved a lot sort of playing aggressive tennis. But he still prefers a more counterpunch defensive style. We sort of turn the tables on I'm going to be I'm going to be running. I'm going to be digging in you're going to have to eight in church wasn't up to. I mean, I'm only my is unwilling a a most full-time Titian real thinker real Crofts women on the core. And that's what Maria identified in her as something. He wanted to bring to the policy..

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"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Next week as well because certainly emails from other shows on the network wanting to have him come and talk about it until you what kind of message is getting out for. All right. Let's say quick look at the numbers before we get to Alon Alon Goren, by the way, of course, is the first fat crowdfunding experts. So we ever talked to in this program. You can us in the second look at the Dow Jones up three hundred seventeen points one point two five percent. Nasdaq up eighty six seventy one seventy. As well as the and P. I'll tell you. What's interesting? It's happening on the market here. Especially with the Dow Jones. If you look at the ten day moving average was the short term moving average versus long-term. We're finally crossing over. The short term moving average is in the long term moving averages. E you see this blue line right here is starting to sway up. What that means is once you see that blue line cross above the red line. You'll see an uptrend right now on the Dow every new high higher than the previous high. So we've almost gotten back all of our gains that we've lost since November. Will be released in September. Let's say you look at the s and p guys if we could because the P tells them, very similar stories is five hundred stocks. Also now has crossed over the long term moving average and the movie about the same. So if this were a stock. Okay. So if we were looking at this as let's say, let's say you're looking at a chart for apple. Okay. This blue line. Here's a short term moving average, the red lines long term moving average, the dotted line is where the stocks trading as soon as the stock is trading above the red and blue line after the blue line crosses above. That's a strong by. So if I were to put it this way, just a regular stock. You're looking at right. I would call this a watch a hold right here. Because over the next few days could very well be not only a by. But a strong by. So there you go. Hey,.

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"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"goren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It's gonna join us Alon Goren. Crown? Invest summit dot com was his first website. And I believe I believe they've changed the name of that. Because it's now security token summit because they have they have not only encompass the crowd funding space. They've also. Encompass the cybersecurity space. He's a pioneer in the financial technology sector. Did you never think you'd see here? The words financial technology here. He is a lot. How are you, sir? Great to have you today. Marie to me back. So. Good. So you started as a crowd funding expert at very quickly learned that you could intersect crowdfunding with cyber with with crypto currency. How did that happen? How did how did that transition happen with you? So I was a nurse for the crypto stuff early on. You know me. So we as a team building exercise when we were doing a crowdfunding startup actually mind some crypto just for fun with the team, and it quickly escalated and over time the crowd funding space was sort of utilized in hijacked by the crypto space with all the crazy ICO's over the last couple of years. So now, people are doing them compliantly, and they're taking securities actual securities governed by law. And putting them on the blockchain and basically making them more efficient and more transparent. Hey, explain for our listeners who still don't really understand the relationship between blockchain cryptocurrency talk about that. Because as I understand it the blockchain is the infrastructure by which the crypto currencies traded. Yeah. Exactly. So blockchain is to give it as a as a database where transactions are held it's a really advanced database that tracks everything and people immutable. Basically that just means that you can't go back and do some funny accounting and change change transactions. After the fact so pudding securities putting investments and putting things like that on the blockchain means that it's easier to track it's easier to trace regulations, hopefully, we'll be baked into what we're calling smart securities of the future. And and that means that you know, you can transact quickly and easily online the way we always wanted to with crowd Sunday, but you had to deal with with human interaction, and you still do for. But we're hoping the future means that things are streamlined and better so talk about there's this verification mining process that goes on I think that is that is that is pretty confusing from. Most people talk about how transactions are actually verified because that's a piece of this. Right. Yes. So what we're seeing is. I'm a bitcoin side and the transaction side with with all of these is that every time a transaction occurs. There are minors verify the transaction the point of this is so that there is consensus. And so that there can be fraud and assistance. Consensus means it happened. I give you a dollar you hand me a potato. We put it on the blockchain. It means. It actually happened because people are actually witnessing to that. Correct. Exactly. Thousands of people are verifying that transaction. So if somebody wanted to commit fraud that would be an anomaly in the system, and that would be thrown away. So my question my question is is these these miners, I believe are those called minors. If they do that, the people that verify this. Yeah. In the big acquaintance. Crypto a lot of the networks called minor today. Take a little piece of the action is that is that is that what what incense them to do that they do different Blockchain's work differently. But ver- basic purposes. Yeah, they they get that's how they earn their bitcoin or their crypto stay right there along Goren. The crowd funding expert, the crypto expert the. If you know what I see or token is he's going to tell you this one.

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