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A Victorious Transformation in Holborn
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"greco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hi. Arjun Greco, Monday, Wednesdays and Friday. We're just talking about talking about the juniors championship last night breaking out of hockey. You have never heard you talk about the junior so much. Yeah. Was fabulous. But the only good thing for the United States over the past 24 hours. What was a glorious moment last night was absolutely Were you even on the air today, Mark No. We stayed with the network all day long. We will have a 10 o'clock newscast. Tonight. We'll have a little bit of sports. Talking about the Bears and Andrew Shaw. Fan favorite in your face. Guy is back. And he was very funny today, so hopefully we can provide a little bit of alternative programming just like I'm gonna try to do for the next half hour, right? Right. It's I'm sure, though, it's tough to live in the newsroom. It's been tough for me all day today. Like I don't get me wrong. I love my job. I'm not an expert on anything that's going on in the real world today. That's what we tend to stay in our lane. But it's just like I said to Michael, I said this to black during the break. I'm just is down as I can remember today. It's just frustration and anger. I'm just absolutely horrified. This is one of the most surreal. Just insane. Days in American history. I'm gonna try to stay in my lane too, because four years ago I was suspended for two weeks without pay for mocking and warning people, So I'm just going to leave it at that. Let's move on to run a tab. Pick on cash. He seems to want to know what's going on. Guys obviously had nothing to talk about yesterday proposing a boxing match between wasn't me. I didn't know who proposed the boxing at the other one that I waited. Yeah, Mark, hold on. First of all nothing to talk about when when one of our own is attacked. The defendant reserves waiting like that one? No, I thought it was good stuff. How did this all start He? I'll play this for you. He violated what I believe is a code. Now Look, you're a guy I grew up watching. I got to shadow for you a day in middle school. I got to intern for you like I am always in the kitchen bothering, right? I've tainted his life. He's picked up your laundry. Yes, absolutely. His foot long sandwich? Yes. Never. I never made you pick up my dry cleaning or wash my car. Unlike timeshare on hey, actually wanted one of our interns to do that, and car. Our intern happen to be some big ex football player who put him up against the wall and set him straight. I'm here to learn TV not to go get your dry cleaning. So so they actually picked up and pushed him up against the wall. So another another great moment in broadcast his drug test history broadcasting in the eighties, right? Right. And so here we are listening to cap and Jay Hood. In the morning and then all of it, and I think he violated a major code here. Okay, So they were talking about Jed Hoyer and how much Jed Hoyer has made as the general manager and why the Cubs are hiring another general manager right now. Work under Jed currently. So this is the conversation that took place. She was gonna make three million bucks. Told you to Jed Hoyer didn't make $3 million. Absolutely not Think General, you made million million. No shot. There's zero shot. There's zero shot. Gene Greco is making more than Geno ordered it. Giangreco was making less than a million. Sorry break did to you, Um Who I'm just telling you. I don't know why you had to go there. Oh, Mine was suspicious. Now you're getting personal. I'm just being honest. That's what I'm comfortable. That's what I got A couple of real quick, just meet, like sweating, and I'm never hot. I'm just telling you, I'm just well, maybe you should have told us. What? That he has a to pay. Oh, don't Don't try to soften the blow. Now. Cut it out. I've got to say that It's gonna be great. Bring Marquis. Can you be wonderful? What are you doing here? We can't head gave this shadow We of Marquis and wacko. I'm just telling you, the new GM making $2 million a year. So they're what? He knows My payback. Yeah, I know what I know. But he he just he made you sound like my Oh, well, you see, First of all, he did violate the code, and he was acting like this is some kind of secret breaking news that he has some insight to And I thought you just put it up as a poll question just for laughs, and my response was going to be look, I'm in the worst shape of my life right now. I'm not getting any younger. It's ridiculous to talk about. Be fighting another guy in the business, even if it's to raise money for charity. It's not people laughing with us. It's people laughing at us. It would be don't want to see absurd. It would be a joke. But after hearing that all you have to kick his ass, let's get the Rocky beautiful out. I mean, have you see the guy is just jealous. And Yeah. I mean, I've been taking pay cuts since 2008 because the salad days are over. But I'm thankful for what I'm making, And I think I deserve whatever I make. I think you do tell. I think you're underpaid. Whatever. It's a shame these were made to. So what if you could for the twitched twitched out TV slash ESPN 1000. If you could go over and by the way, proved that that is not a rug. By the right thing. Pull on it. Give it give it to pay type that time. Many times. That's real hair. People's a little stiff. Yeah, it's got a little too much product in it. You got me. Look, that's that is like you're the second person. I've I've given a tug too well, really good glue. How So he's jealous. And how about this? These are my two tough guys. What do you do it? Brian Urlacher and marching. There you go. You didn't talk on his hair. I did, too. Yes, he did. I really know yours. Not really Petted Erland. I didn't grab her lacquers hair we were at. We were at a bar for the earth to worship tonight and I pulled on his Speaking of which I remember Doug. They sent out a press release that Urlacher was gonna have a big announcement the next day..
"greco" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives
"Business one podcast at a time a cast production in this episode. I chat with Joshua Greco business and career coach at bosse advisor coach this episode exist because of cats or cats or says your content team, you know, many Business Leaders need help communicating their story thought we do content strategy creation and distribution for Business Leaders, this provides opportunities relationships and a platform for you and your business. Why do we do this? Because it has Source we exist to help you create and share amazing content and yet you should have a podcast will help you learn more by visiting kez content.com off and I'm Josh is a fellow buffalonian and quite a thinker we hit on topics like The Power of Habit the psychology of a sports club. An entrepreneur relationships and being open to change as Josh says on your journey to achievement bring the right people with you. So let's bring in that right person right now Joshua Krakow a while ago, you know us both being from Buffalo. I'd written this article and and it was probably like my own self therapy of thinking about being a Bills fan is like Blind Faith is bad and it's so weird because during these years the bills were just inapt. It seemed like I always got caught up in no. No, this is the Year. This is going to happen. Like I got faith in this team. I like this coach and I like these players and oh, yeah, they drafted Willis McGahee or whatever those things happen. I bought into it. And then now I'm a little bit more pessimistic on some things but I wrote this article and it's like Blind Faith is bad for business. Take it from a Buffalo Bills fan and talking to someone like yourself who's a coach who's helping people out I would imagine you'd think the same way maybe not the bills, but if you just jump into something and yes, you have to have faith you have to have a dog Beef But Blind Faith blind belief could get you in a lot of trouble because you could go so many years down the path and it's like you had no guiding desus. No principal, maybe no leadership. No cochino someone else out there to support you. I want to talk a little bit about that it just when I knew it was me talking to this morning. I thought about that article and I just wanted to bring it back up and talk about Blind Faith. Yeah. It's kind of important to separate these two topics and then we can bring them back together. But like I thought a lot about this about being a fan and putting so much stock in my happiness with things that are out of my control and that's what it comes down to for me like control what you can control and then the stuff that you can't that's where the phase come back then and I think that's necessary to being a fan. There's like if you're not going to enjoy and think that your teams going to win the Superbowl then what's the point that's what made the the years about the Sabres taking so hard was like, you know, we're trying to lose like what's nice about but yeah, so to your point, I think there is a need for a certain level of Faith but it's about taking the actions that are within your control..
"greco" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Sixty, eight first downs. One thousand three hundred seventy yards total offense. One Hundred Eleven, twelve points. Yeah that's the last. That's last game we have left. That's Alabama Ole miss and I mentioned that. Only. To compare what we consider to be a historic. Pile of offensive production slash defensive negligence, which admittedly sixty eight, first downs. One, thousand, three, hundred, seventy dollars all offensive one hundred eleven total points is a big twelve level atrocity in terms of offensive yield I want you to know that this is but the coaching jungle up at the Everest does this still pales in comparison to two thousand Sixteen Oklahoma. Texas Tech. Lest you forget. Baker Mayfield. Going up against. Pat? Mahomes. In lubbock in two, thousand, sixteen. In case you forget what? A Supernova of defensive incompetence that was an offense of excellence. Sixty eight first downs between Alabama and Ole Miss how how leads making Nick Real Mad I don't think it's seventy six combined first downs mad. which seventy six, eight more. That's a whole order of magnitude more standard deviation to off. One thousand three hundred seventy yards total offense between Alabama and Ole miss on Saturday night. Yeah. That's a lot. It's not seventeen, hundred eight. Not One thousand seven hundred eight yards of total offense. In my opinion, that's much more. That's that is a good game by an offense more. You measure it in terms of entire game. Time game more. One hundred eleven, points I think that's just everything you're describing is just the speed thing like. Oklahoma and Texas tech both played fast and and Ole. Miss played fast at points with bandages play like. I think the best analysis of this game was from Roger Sherman who I don't have the exact number pulled up but he was basically like take every drive Bama had and. Take where it starts and how far would have to go to get a touchdown and now said like add up all those yards ole miss allowed like all. But thirty of those yards basically every almost every Bama drive ended in a touchdown or very fucking close to a touchdown. It was it was just like. They there was no prayer of them ever stopping them. On defense didn't matter is still fun right and it made. It made the onside kick made a lot more sense but Jeez. Okay well, consider all that know this. They still scored fourteen more points than Oh you Texas tech with with with all MRS defense being a practical nonentity being around the error. They still scored fourteen more points. Okay Yeah. So what I'm saying is nick. Sabin ready for the big twelve congratulations take that Texas jobs any day now. The open. Tokens say..
"greco" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Is Correct homefield peril who this weekend Dropped their latest collection that is I'm GonNa say this. I'm GonNa say this and and it does not pay me to say at all because the punt a risky shirt. If, it didn't say Florida state out by it and that means a lot. Because they dropped their Florida state collection to finish in the standings by the way. After all was said and Doug College. Football. Standings. That would be the home field sales standings the big news Saturday rankings I don't know I actually. Because I know are you asking us I am I doing the read I am I'm legit. Curious. To so. Spencer has like Research Assistant. I. Just. The rest of the world. I don't know. I don't know that they've updated. I haven't seen an updated I'm looking now. They were they were. In fourth late late. Yeah. But I don't know if they ended up Getting into three or two. That is correct. That is good until the pair. Confirming to your own. So to add read ever. Really. Sorry. Connor scrolling twitter right now now don't feel to count so I can look it up. Anyway my fall wardrobe as Stephen. Godfrey calls it from Homefield Apparel, and May I put in a good word for those of you casting about for something nice and oct either by the Colorado state vintage sweatshirt when it was known as Colorado, Agricultural College, they had a logo that I would best describe as a rune of some type and it gets you get a very nice Halloween vibe out of this not at all. Halloween, sweatshirt and of course, it is so soft as are all homefield sweatshirts that it's like being swaddled and baby Angel Butts I could not possibly recommend it more. Yeah that's it. No that that logo, the rude logo for Colorado State. That's what I am personally looking into the Hawaii rainbows. Old. School shirts I can't decide which rainbows what shirt to get. So you get one and I'll get one and then we'll just trade. Okay this sounds good. I. Was also thinking pick up an NCAA and T. Because Yeah Hope, you'll this HCC us. Get that on. It's pretty it's got the blue goal is absolutely lovely. I am really hoping they get the Florida Line I know that we're going to have to pull off all kinds of insane political capers because it's Florida I don't expect it to be straightforward I. Don't expect it to not involve some weird swampy shenanigans in order to get home field. Licensed and ready to go. As a provider of five Florida gear but I did that seventies logo we need. Gators what we need that's right. Wow. I. Forgot about that Dude I need PCP gator need some vintage spurrier like you don't like ninety s extreme stuff. Yeah. Right. I need the vintage seventies logo where looks like the gator is humping the panhandle of Not Doesn't look like it is. And remains in the wolf and the story of Rome that's founding that's Florida's mythological basis. He's just making sweet love before Walton Beach. As one does yeah. We we need that and and you need that. So homefield which is which has been like. Down with US homefield apparel seat. Dot Com. So Africa went PCP gator. Offer Code is not PCP cater. dammit. You want me to say that I. Want you to say all kinds of things. Offer could've shutdown correct. It's. Sure Past. Okay. There we go. Full cast connor and I were just talking over the weekend about I. Think this Ohsugi I. Am I know I think about the second time we did this ad read and I think it was Ryan that time forgot to say the words like college football. Apparel. or? Vintage or mentioned what Homefield made it all and I I laughed at the thought of those those long long ago days anyway. No reason. For goodful has twenty percent off your first order new PCP gator. Mostly if you're listening to this show right now and you haven't bought homefield apparel apparel what the hell man I think people, I think people are waiting I think people are waiting to see new schools, get him because we all know there's some good schools on the way, but we're not going to tell you they are. Yeah, you'll just have to pay attention big new Saturday. There are some big big new schools coming up by which I mean new money. And programs that are new to homefield apparel. Also, I will say this in the time before they were two things that got random strangers to come and touch me or rub on me. Okay. Attractive ones only. Two things one. beard-cutting map the beard you're gonNA. Let me have this. All right. The beard and literally homefield shirts. I've had I've had two people at least go ooh that shirt off and rub it because they were right. Now what I'm hearing is that Homefield should also sell like force fields because. This makes me wary to wear my home field shirt in public if strangers are so connor the homefield apparel force field. Feels like a very big ten brand. Yeah. Well, if you don't want anybody to Minnesota Golden GOPHERS force field. If you don't want anybody to touch you by the way just let's get northwestern on board and that no one will ever touch you right. I wanted to talk next about that's the last time connors ever GonNa say dealers when it comes to an ad. Sorry. About the runner who? podcast concluded. Auburn. Arkansas is what I wanted to talk about next because football is bad and dumb, and it doesn't get much bad or dumber than the end of this game. If you're.
"greco" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Until you die. Wow. Hurry you to say it seaworthy. Does a judgment call ain't Jesus walked on water but I'm bringing a poll cart. That's a matter of personal accountability. Isn't it? which I also don't have tell you what if it ends up at the bottom of the sea then that means the sea wanted to hang onto it i. it was seaworthy then. I'm ready to precious to Poseidon. Born for the ocean that's why I wear boat shoes all the time. You would think that poseidon would be the most satisfying name to say of a Greek or Roman God in a Georgia accent you'd be wrong if Aires. dammit. Daddy. The most your. Face Oh don't know. Come really strong down on that second one. Busiest Day in NASA's. Johnson he's out of Lowndes County. Get your ass off that swing set. Oh, I like this. That's baby name. All Day and ACIS, he's passed out in the sandbox again. Too much tax base career dis crib. Just. Get. down. Here. Actually Georgia one and service because then you can use call one dog you're calling all the dogs. Live in Hell. I should have I, can't imagine a guess your dog than a bulldog service. Oh No. What happens with to die and Also what put three on it, put it on. Actually we put it on a mountain resort. We do here we carbon. Job is making sure you can't leave. Yeah by the way another Georgia thing here No, the Georgia total. Might. Be The year the bulldog didn't watch the forty, four, twenty one. trouncing of Tennessee volunteers who yeah they're pretty game for a minute. The Georgia happened that team that can tackle the team that does not make mistakes. The team that can run the ball with five running backs to all are awesome and look the same. What happened to you because of the total of Oh, we're going to talk about that. Of of Georgia's mini many running backs the the one who scored a touchdown in this game, his nickname is. Zeus. That's right. Zeus. Zeus. That one doesn't really hit. It doesn't have enough syllables. I became aware of this when I clicked over to twitter and saw Zeus trending in the United States and I thought well, that can't be good the Saturn work, better? Saturn. Saturnalia. Yeah. Take. The meanest the meanest man on your team, the offensive lineman named Uranus Johnson. Wow. That's because you know what? He's like you're those name. Say it again. So for Switzer from Greek to Roman then I think Zeus name upgrades in George acidy Jupiter. Jupiter. White. All these all sound like Boise state. Like Boise state receiver stupider white sounds like sounds like a nascar driver like died when a wrench flew through his head. Off. Also like Elliott Gould roles from the early Seventies. Oud Et Cetera Elliott. Gould is jubilant light. That's how you know the movie industry was only like eight people because they're like, Elliott Gould. Now that sex that's. Pardon have you seen Elliott Gould in the seventies? Yeah. Shut your fucking mouth. Up. Created we do way better. Talk is wrong with you. Some guy who'd be like a middle school principal is like the heartthrob the seventy that's how you know drugs or real and bad for you. I was just GonNa say the other Georgia thing about this game is what what's Tennessee's rushing totals on the day one under they were one under. Played Eighteen. They went one hundred. Breaking AP top Twenty Five News Oh goodness we just got it in that happened hours ago Fu Spencer the people want to know. Where to Michigan land after this chaotic weekend? This is very fun. This is so good. Because this week this week, the top twenty, five without the big ten or the PAC twelve playing a single game manage to manifest severe big ten bias it happened. How I have no idea because we have no evidence but for no reason whatsoever. Michigan. Holding steady at twenty moved up a spot to nineteen, who's eighteen? That's a really good question I'm really asking who's eighteen a fellow nineties power. Interesting it'd be Tennessee will. All right. Let's get. Let's also USC has entered the polls. I think that's even more serious healing. So are we just reloading? The natural buoyancy of USC. The phones twenty. Sure what we're treating the people like like a windows game from nineteen ninety-three whereas police insert December of nine. This, we will upload USC now my favorite AP fact of the year so far as that when the big ten teams rejoined the polls, Indiana did not have any votes. Indiana has. One vote it has been a strong October for our hoosier boys. This is at. His Lake seven votes soon, Missouri who just beat Lsu two votes. That's beautiful. I'm going to transition off that Lsu. Or Coastal Carolina who got more votes this week I'm looking at it signed now but I Think Coastal Coastal Carolina got thirty seven votes at Lsu got five. Outstanding. That is correct. Sexist. Losing to. Will put you behind the following teams Arizona State with six. Yeah. Has Not played a game. Ole. Miss with six just gave up the earth to Alabama. Air Force eleven who I believe air forces played. Three Games they've played. They've played at least two games. I want some of those word games. Yeah. Those Games. I know they beat Navey. It'll put you behind UAB with twenty nine. And it'll put you behind Iowa another team who are that's team that's definitely going to pad Ferris's by next year. Yeah that's it. I'm going to say this I will clean sheet. Completely undefeated. Another team that this week prospered despite doing nothing. I know other people had good weeks. But who's at a better week than Oregon who despite not playing a game managed to stay at twelve, hold down that twelve ranking. Right there. So Michigan moved up spot also where they're jug rivals, Minnesota moved up from twenty five to twenty four, some lake ruined for USA. USC. Also, by the way, the two two biggest powers of the playoff era down this is this is so good by the way because Amb Anna beat Florida had the biggest winner Jimbo Fisher's tenure. Yes, a forty, one to thirty, eight, two feet, which we will discuss excruciating detail shortly. They've done all this. and Ain't I'm still behind Florida. There at eleven. Florida's it. And they're both just one and two spots respectively above Oregon hasn't played a game and behind Penn state who also like. I'm not kidding I I hated this. Now this is the only way I want to do the top twenty five I want every year we just like you can randomize, you can say, okay, this year the big ten you're plan I. Am SEC's got whatever but I only want this stupid game of like war pretty sure if they were here. Penn state would deserve to be ninth I feel like we should say the CNN. Fair my favorite thing about the current AP top twenty five and apologize if I've previously described anything else with that I'll I'll I'll updated to this Cincinnati's number eight, which that's the kind of thing a non power usually going to need to hit like. Eight zero nine Oh to be up here eight. nope. There appear head Penn State Florida Am Oregon Miami Auburn Wiscon- like. Theoretically. They're within range of the playoff. I. Imagine a playoff committee convened right now they'd say Whoa bump them down by about ten spots but like Cincinnati based on the computers more fourteen, fifteen teams. Twenty I'm happy that Cincinnati is overrated twenty eighteen ucf, the team that was coming off the undefeated season and beat Auburn in the bowl game and was undefeated up tillable bowl game in two thousand, eighteen topped at seven in the people and Cincinnati's like I wasn't so hard. I don't feel that I was. Just gone through you know like we did. All we had to do was play in the middle of a pandemic done. beat. We beat up pretty badly those really hard..
"greco" Discussed on The Trash
"Cheaters widened fucker you cheating on your Google. rolled. The Guy I thought. Oh. Shit. Pirates like what the fight this? Shit the cops because why would like three speedboats just ambush? That's why. What do you mean? Was Lake. Lake pirates this probably pirates everywhere. There's probably ships everywhere waiting I don't know how the world like this guy's Orange Sarah. There's. There's apparently. It's. So yeah. He was like are these the pirates police or Joey Griego from cheaters and my pregnant girlfriend and it was choice three sir. He was shirtless. Fishing and they got on his bow and she's like, why would you cheat on me up armaments pregnant while fishing with this bitch her why did you take this bitch? You'd never take me basin. Like he took her fishing, but he was GONNA dip his poll into something else. In some other kind of waters or In some wet as putting. but yeah. So she fuck in like Joey Griego came Adam he's like, how could you do this knowing there is a baby on the way and like Joey Griego was like really getting in this guy is face for a minute and then he is just like you know what all y'all motherfuckers need to get the puck off my boat. There's GonNa be some problems and that was like red flag number one. Was A guy wearing a shirt Okay listening assurance and he had like a really shitty arm Tattoo on one of his upper arms and a release shitty like name Tattoo over one of his nipples and ask you know he's real good white trash. And he just kept calling everybody fuckers and get the fuck off my boat stale say the puck out my business and he was like if y'all know what's best for you you get the fuck off my boat. So me and my lady friend can finish our evening and I'm like Oh. This guy is sick and twisted US sadistic motherfucker. All right. Now Joey Greko's in his face, and he's just like she's GonNa have your baby and you need to step up and be done. He's going to get the fuck and all of a sudden you just hear. A member of the crew I just want to like honestly I think we can both just talking about this episode I just to I like that you're. You'd be a better day. Yeah and then A. Crew members go. He's got an eye and then you just seem kind of like mean into Joey Greco and like all of a sudden, there's just like blood everywhere. Some dude like flies off the boat. And Everybody's like trying to get them and he's like drop the knife I don't have the knife anymore, and then like the chick who's there who's like bugging his dude who didn't know he had his pregnant girlfriend she is just like I just don't know what's going on right now this is fucked worded a knife come from I. Guess. Apartment yeah, that's crazy. He had a knife. Yeah. He just had a knife in his pocket and then so. Did you ever if they didn't come what's he gonNA murder her because he had a knife in his pocket. Also arguably bet nights could be used for the fishing. Wouldn't it be crazy if that night that he took her on the boat instead of confronting him, they had the private eyes on him and they witnessed him murder her on the boat would have been waged. Show macrey for her that great for her family. But that would have been great for. ANDROID RICO's bleeding out they call the emt they say his lungs are filling up with blood. Dramatic. Enough. When you say he was bleeding out, he was like he looked like he was. He was playing it up like He. He was like, oh willing, resent cherry. A. Nineteen sixty four. Deserted, him out sputnik, that Russian. Thing. The, the bad. The bad part about it. The BAP NAS fine. Whatever the bad part about it is I know that. He like the camera people were like Dude, are you? Okay? Just, like stay right there and get close up zoom in slowly and I'm just going to be like. Okay I like. Can you hear me Joey and he's like? Not. Odd It was probably like a tiny pocket knife and it's probably like a barely again i. Don't mean to burst your bubble. Bursts it. The blood pack it was all plan and Like confirmed confirmed they all broke their India agreements. So which Why don't even want to do an episode I think I can let me finish I bring up lately but I think that the one that you did was like a juicy like I almost we should have just done that episode because so much there. But the episode that I did some soon disappointed. I'm just saying I'm. Compensating yours I'M GONNA make mine shorter line is basically It was. Bitch named Janice. This woman named Janice was like forty some years old she was Dayton some do twenty some. Red Flag already Okay Yolanda in the Williams. Yeah and she says, she saw some like text messages and stuff and she didn't really like trust them or whatever. Because he was twenty some obviously, he's cheat on her why would a twenty seven year? You'll be faithful to a forty something you're not that there's anything wrong with forty something are women, but you can't expect the twenty something or ought to be faithful to you like I'm pretty sure that that twenty. Dude already assumes that you have a stable of twenty something year old dudes and that he's just one of many. So he's.
What is Play Therapy?
"Are. Right we are back with another episode and I'm really excited to have on the body guests on the show with us on the data. Vargas is a licensed mental health counselor. She's a registered play therapist and supervisor, but also she's trained in em Dr and not only that is certified as a I play practitioner. So we really have an amazing guest with us that's going to talk about safe air. I want to share a little bit more about her Andrea is also the south chapter. Chair for the Lord Association for play therapy and she has specialize in child and adolescent counseling. Since two thousand six, her practice is located in a western. Florida. where she serves children of all ages teens and their families, as well as college students and as passionate about helping parents and strengthen their relationships through able therapeutic interventions and the I was born in. Columbia and emigrated to the United States with her family when she was a toddler growing up, she remembers that therapy like in most Latin families was believed to be or what unquote people with problems crazy people. So thank you and the wrath or coming on after talking about this for so long welcome to let the next therapy. Hi Yes, and so excited to be here. Thank you for having. Sat. We're GONNA talk about play therapy and I. Know some of the listeners may be hearing this modality for the first time. So let's go ahead and get started with just explaining what is play therapy. Okay. So play therapy is what you would translate regular talk therapy to the developmental age of a child rates. So when we picture adult going to therapy normally command area having a deal more or less than what they're gonNa work on on what they're going to talk about and they sit. On the couch and then the dialogue starts right. But with kids, they necessarily come up with the idea of wanting to go to a therapist. So their parents really bring them in talking to kids like most of you know if you guys are parents, it's not the same. You know some kids don't have the words and even if they do, they'll more than like me say things like, I. Don't know for energy look at you like the really. So with great, you meet them with a yards of elementary. So kids play and they also stare feelings and they even crosses all the changes that are happening around them or maybe negative events that have occurred in their family or in their life and. Of play therapies is a therapist train specifically to enter a child world and pickup themes that the child might be playing out to get a better understanding of how this child feeling what they're struggling with, and then working closely with the parents to help their parents understand them, and then giving parents tools to make certain adjustments and also the child helping them. Understand better ways to communicate or better ways to manage and culprit their Felix Okay and so play therapy involves the children, but it sounds like it involves the parents as well. Yes. Yes. I. Mean. If you think about it when a therapist needs to do child, they might need them once a week but that's not enough time to really change or enough. It's almost impossible to king somebody a child when you're not thinking about the whole family or even school. So if the child is having a problem at school, just working with the kyle limits you to what how much can you really made so if you work closely with the school, you Greco see if the parents and if maybe they're have grandparents, for example. So part of working with. A calendar understanding that they have a lot of adults involved in their life, and if all the adults get on the same page and work together that child is going to be way more successful. Okay. What about children that have caregivers or are in the foster care system? Are they eligible to receive play therapy like with IBM modality for them as well? If they don't have a consistent caregiver? Yes. I mean, when we think about foster, can they definitely need a safe face to process all of those feeling that? You know that they're feeling because of their foster care placement. So it's a little tricky because like you said, they don't have consistent caregivers, but you know if they are in a foster home, you can work leash with the foster parent and then whatever school they were going to. So maybe not as consistent because they might change the foster home or maybe they are still working our reunification with their parents with their biological parents. You can always include depending on the case right whoever is currently taking care of the child and if they still have contact with the biological parent involving his okay that makes sense. What are the ages that play therapy is best for? So people say like play therapists say that they're play therapy can work with anybody from three to one hundred and three right by it been studied and studied have found that it's most effective with kids between the ages of three and twelve. So it is possible and what about the children with special needs is play therapy also something that they can do? Yes. They are just like in adult therapy there's different specializations so they are different type. Training. Somebody would take in order to work with children on the autism spectrum. Can called off play. There's other stuff likes floor time so. Underneath play therapy, there's different branches. So as long as you are there, understand the child special need in your trine in working with that special needs population than we can definitely use sleep there.
"greco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Greco is gearing up for a little on a little road trip here this weekend but we get him for one last Friday I wouldn't miss it boys great to see everyone all gassed up and ready to go gassed UP oiled up packed ready to go wash wax what about drive is it it's fourteen hours are you going to do it how many how many chefs I'm going to go all the way straight there come on no I am I'm Mr road trip I do that all the time probably spend the night you know seven hours and on the way back but I'm going fourteen strong all the way what time what time do you leave in the morning if you're doing I think I would now like Sunday morning like four or five o'clock in the morning my wife and I just had the same conversations were gonna drive to South Carolina and she's like I'm fine if we start it like for them exactly by the time it's not o'clock you've already been on the road for five hours yeah how long is that drive it says thirteen and a half so for me it's you know I mean I'd probably L. nine yeah stanza making good time I'm gonna be flyin you know but what I'll be saving up you can only travel you know I I don't want to go there but okay five yeah I locked out of the state troopers gonna be waiting for me I I lock it in it least eighty eighty five of the two car accident runs better you would know better than I had absolutely no plans you just keeping up with traffic you really know you absolutely right and then you know you hit some you had some other states in the US with them it's like seventy seventy five and it's not even that big a deal for twenty five I'm like I'm always doing the math in my head especially on long trips like if I'm going you know eighty five or ninety you know all of a sudden that so that you know fifteen miles you're shaving her our that and if it's in a bubble fourteen hour drive that's easily you know someone's going west you're picking up time which is great on the way back you pay for it but you know I have to but I also have to go eighty five ninety miles an hour because I also have to factor in the four five yes I'm going to have with sherry sure because you got the bladder of a it's not me I'm mark for I think for your for your average person waking up before for a road trip is doable but you keep some late hours what time do you normally go to bed that's why I'm not leaving tomorrow morning yes I'm gonna sleep in I usually go to bed about twelve thirty one o'clock okay got to gear down again like eleven let's see it's it's hard for me because I'm I'm the same thing and I go to bed at twelve thirty one o'clock most nights and the reality is that I do yeah I get up at seven or eight depends on the kids it's not a lot of sleep but you're young you know if I if I could sleep till eight I'm going about it well they lost thirty one o'clock see the the E. learning has allowed me to sleep in later than normal because kids don't have to wake up for school like these you know we talked to Duncan Keith today and he was talking about a tutoring his son who's seven are there a lot of great apps and the E. learning program you get you get through each day after about two or three hours a lot of reading a lot of math it but it's like two or three hours and then he gets some outside thanks we've basically been on the Duncan Keith plan in the Miller household because first thing in the morning you know they eat breakfast and then right away we just haven't reading or doing math and then knock it out for the day and yes we kind of have a summer school program going live via the wife's not gonna let them get lazy during the coronavirus summer so were lower learning every day okay that's awesome I'm gonna go see my two year old granddaughter who's obsessed with gardening and landscaping needs cleaning I mean it's it's so great that's awesome Hey and she's chattering away and so you got to have you but it does she have a little toy vacuum cleaner she does the real thing I'll forget the Sheik makes my son's coffee in the morning what yeah I'm like you over trained her she make a good child Jones isn't it not no no no she's into it she loves it yes we have father's day coming up we don't have grand father's day but I guess that counts during fathers yes the grandfather's get recognized on father's day and also saw I'm a father and I'm a grandfather W. mass there for the O. C. I want I want to take a step back in and when you say no no she loves us so she loves cleaning the house and making coffee for your CS she sends me videos going home honestly making coffee or she put in the pot in the curing impressed and start that's what she's doing she's crying people are like oh she's got your she's making coffee like she's not crying to beans here it's upon us so the thing I guess I like it like I have a coffee grinder it's not like that's that defense that differ when you're on a two year old what two year old how to pour some coffee beans into a grinder and push the button it's not that much more difficult than it you know they say about that it's really not that hard no it's not speaking to two year olds I'm done with the major league owners negotiating on Twitter okay I'm actually done with it and today saying okay seventy two games seventy to eighty percent pro rated sellers and you know what this offer expires Sunday all really half the players responded by saying it already expired as soon as you hit stands the same it's I thank you for it's.
Quinton Dunbar turns himself in to police on armed robbery charges
"To it after three days of being wanted by the authorities in South Florida Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar turned himself in on four counts of armed robbery is common sports and family about the fake after the arrest warrant had been out for he and New York Giants quarterback de Andre Baker Dunbar and Baker were wanted after an alleged incident occurred at a house party late Wednesday night according to the police report done Martin Baker allegedly stole thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry while holding the alleged suspects at gunpoint Dunbar's lawyer Michael Greco says there are sworn affidavits from witnesses that exonerate Dunbar of any
Seahawks' Dunbar says witnesses exonerate him of armed robbery charges
"Doubt newly signed Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar had a arrest warrant issued yesterday on four counts of felony armed robbery down in Miramar for Florida that warrants took an unexpected turn today as Dunbar's attorney in Denver was just signed by the Seahawks Michael Michael Grieco now claims to have sworn statements from five witnesses completely exonerating Dunbar of the charges according to Greco the witnesses affidavits are a complete reversal from what each of the five told police two days ago Greco told The Seattle Times quote they lied in either they lied in the affidavit today or they lied to
New Mexico woman, 105, who beat 1918 flu, has COVID-19
"Virus a one hundred five year old New Mexico woman who beat back the nineteen eighteen flu that killed millions including her mother and infant sister is battling cold at nineteen lubricate Luby Greco has been fighting the virus since being diagnosed April twenty nine in Gallup New Mexico the nineteen eighteen flu took the lives of her twenty eight year old mother and sister ran because granddaughter says she doesn't think her grandmother understands the current
Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le
"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before
"greco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Would you rather watch three months of marching Greco kissing old people or watch him shoot confetti out of his but every time he fights for twenty four hours yeah I don't think that was that good either way I don't think that's for three months I think watching Jim Greco would be fascinating find his love life and confetti everything for whatever hours twenty objects one day yeah yeah all right what's next Johnny royale wants to know Sammy would you rather interesting the way phrase that would you rather Sammy Hagar or David Lee Roth I was David Lee Roth got old school now I like them both but if you maybe choose one or the other I mean David Lee lock they're but a yeah I think I'm going that way too when I was a kid that Sally was introduced to Van Halen with David Lee Roth now I love a lot of the Sammy Hagar I don't know so it was like a color what does that mean that reminds them of on to the next one okay do you give the city would you tell me at the break yeah DJ Kansas city wants an amount as I'm talking about I would rather hold a plank for eight hours to sit third base next to me for eight hours while you're losing your life savings because I keep splitting tens so I'm playing blackjack with you for eight hours you're making dumb moves or use the plane for eight hours I'm sitting next to you like it yeah thoroughly so that also you know I can leave early no I get money you keep Boston you keep having to put up your hard earn money someone just keeps pushing me for eight straight hours on that table out on no matter how far you're down you have to keep gambling I'm going plank that is easy to play for eight hours I need to go play for somebody ten minutes you wouldn't make it two minutes ten minutes is two minutes you know what if you could show me what the phone down there how do you play how do you play I think this is the plan let me see let's see if he knows how to get a video there's a dollar for Instagram ESPN underscore Chicago on Instagram yeah that's a that's a plank you could do that for five minutes very puffing ninety seconds and you want to smoke again chance miles still be you have to actually engage the core none of this just you know soft let me see how it does that hurt it will look if you think we should all right why does down and someone who who died from them I think we pause now we come back and still the you try to plank for as long as you go into the next segment yes okay our version I had to do the Stein hoisting okay do you want to do you want to gamble with somebody you can do five minutes what are you looking to do two minutes yeah I said zombie two minutes if you're actually doing it the way you're engaging your core which is what you're supposed to do so you're getting a lot when you do the planks it's a lot harder how can I make sure he's engaging his court touches belly thank you plane crash let's see how far we still won T. S. P. N. one dot com whose hold for sports and your co David Craig had a small chance for a.
From 'Divas' To 'Superstars': WWE Embraces Women's Sports Revolution
"One of the most respected journalists in the history of pro wrestling and somebody who has covered every detail of the sport for the last thirty plus years. Dave Meltzer on the progression of women's wrestling in the wwe this decade and the importance of the annex t women a lot of the women in the in annex t which is kind of where the whole thing started there were The kinds of the new generation. You know I think page was was kind of an example who came up as an independent woman wrestler slur and well. She's very good looking. It was really in some ways. She started for self as a wrestler First Glamour Persons Second and Charlotte Flair was another one who came up in that year and Sasha banks and all that and so when they started having really strong matches I remember Charlotte and Sasha banks matches all over over and exterior including the one in San Jose. My in my city Vince McMahon was at that absolutely tore the house down. You know Adrian Neville and been valor that follow and could not follow that match which is amazing because those two are the best wrestlers in the world right now but the crowd was so hyper for the Charlotte. Sasha banks matching they really delivered on that night and I think that came into the exte- thing you had more and more of a groundswell of fans who saw that and wanted women wrestling no high-level women's wrestling supposed to models trying to wrestle the new wave of divas in the wwe had finally arrived but a trip to at and T.. Stadium in Texas in the spring of two thousand and sixteen would bring even more change after the break the divas get their name back. A feud for the ages and a slew of first I you're listening to the pro wrestling defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. Michael you're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday Monday through Saturday from nine. AM to noon eastern on Sirius. Xm Bite Nation Channel One fifty six or on demand with the series. XM APP taking you through the moments and superstars that defined a decade of wrestling. This is pro wrestling's defining moments of the decade back here on pro wrestling's wrestling's defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. I'm host the bust. It Open Dave or Greco. The Davis Division was about to undergo yet. Another change changed. We've seen a lot of changes over the last two years especially with page winning the divas championship kind of sense that something big was about the happen is he. W Legend Tommy Dreamer on the turning point for the women was through social media where it was almost like give the divas a chance and that started this movement or when you saw the so cold four horse women in annex t stepping up and it was really. WWe answering the call from the fans and the girls answered the call to and you know you think about that for this past decade. It's only been a short time. But in that short time they have taken and the tradition and history of wrestling and thrown Atma garbage in her trailblazing their new paths just hours before Wrestlemainia thirty thirty two at. At and T. Stadium. Texas Stephanie McMahon informed the Divas they would now be known as WWe superstars the divas name was dead and before for the match that would steal the show at Wrestlemainia. Alleged officially kickstarted. The women's evolution abolution of women in this business is the divas revolution. They are so much more than divas here. In this ring today they are all. WWe Superstars Sodas with my great honor to let you guys know tonight. The winner of the triple threat will be the recipient of the first ever. WWE wwe women's championship.
"greco" Discussed on KTRH
"A Greco David before the break we were discussing how you guys have created a patent pending type of technology that really as starting to minimize flaring that we are used to seen in the past couple years with operators I but between the break you and I got to speaking about the great environment in which a Greco really values their employees and the type of employees that you guys have on your team to come up with solutions for these challenges that that even the MPC operators are are struggling with tell me a little about what is that a Greco you come into an operator will what are you guys pride yourself on your team of being able to convert solution so we we operate without does say we operate in a continuous learning environment all the time and the where organization is set up is worse sector focused so we have technicians and operations managers and salespeople and engineers all focused within a particular sector so like myself all we deal with is upstream oil and gas so we can become experts within upstream oil and gas so from technician standpoint when our technicians step on the site in the field with the producer they're basically just an extension of that producers existing folks because we understand the industry from their perspective so when we're having conversations with the producer on the side it looks very similar to what type of internal conversations there have a window the same topic challenges they face they know we know what they're trying to mitigate we know the efficiencies of trying to gain and more importantly we align with their safety protocol so when a technician step on site it's almost a mirror image of of the way that producer operates same way with our sales organization when our sales organization walks in and sits down and starts talking with the producer or client we're not really trying to say these are the products we have would you like one were more talking about their business and more more lining to you know what their future looks like and and and and what they're trying to accomplish and then we begin to engineer on the backside of that from a power generation standpoint process enhancements standpoint of then we begin to go to work and we just an extension of their organization right our engineering group works the same way our engineering group will collaborate with the producers engineers and together as a team they come up with solutions so we try to understand the industry just like our clients do we we we we try to understand the business protocols of our clients just like they do and really we just simply work as an extension of their business as we try to solve challenges give me an example of how you were able to I don't necessarily mention an operator's name tell me how you were able to come in and customize something that really work for handed in which you utilize the best technology guys have to offer so we're gonna talk about in another segment is gonna come up we're gonna speak on Michael grants and I'll give you an example we we we had a producer and and we're basically just ride into the field one day our sales folks route run to the field and they see all these diesel generators lined up on production pads so we go in and and the sales folks start enquiring about why are you doing this what's going on and and they had a bit of a a limitation on the utility grand that was built out in the area because this producer was continuing to build out production platforms they had drop in voltage and they had intermittent outages within this utility Lara taxing that exactly so the field management was I we need to go on generators so they put some diesel generators out they they disconnected from utility to limit the burden and they started operating so we sat down with them and we started trying to understand why were they doing it this way we're just trying to understand what the the reasoning was and the reality of it is is they were focused on production not necessarily power and when we were a band or fish efficient I endorse agency so when we were able to get involved with them we were able to to collaborate with them and and show him a couple of different ways that they could accomplish the same task more efficiently and as as a better impact to their to their overall operation so what we did is we found the location and that that was producing a good amount of field gas and where the utility line was which basically disconnect the fuses put a a small grant of power generators pulled a gas straight off of the well site and put them a a two megawatt system in place it removes all the diesel generators that handle individual sites where they're having to deliver diesel fuel two or three times a day now and so you get rid of all that you get one central power station you're operating all feel gas and away we go I fission see right there that's interesting because going back to the old beginning of the year shale patches if you will and if you saw a lot of flaring and you saw a whole lot of generators over her and so I guess as the Greco is coming on and and customizing work that fits the needs of each and every operator remit streamer I'm it's definitely they're taking advantage of the efficiency as well as not to mention the of course the the cost savings of a and of course I limiting the generators which would be burning the diesel fuel and so the admissions are definitely you're saving on that as well right so good job well we do have to take a quick break David when we return I want to get back on the.
Alibaba's Singles' Day sales hit record growth
"Yeah let's switch gears it's going to Ali Baba you know the huge E. commerce company coming out of China they have what's called singles day over there where it's a big one day online sales push a set a nother record today to get some color on that let's welcome Alex web so Alex tells a little bit of from Bloomberg news Alex also the bit about kind of what you know so far about the singles day from Ali Baba well I am well she says will be opinion and about about busing those days a kind of concocted holiday that was invented by students in China sort of in the nineteen nineties to celebrate that single them and it was very much coopted by Ali Baba and Jack bought the the the founder and CEO outgoing C. A. who made it much like cyber Monday or Black Friday all in the U. S. started making a big day when lots of people spend lots of money and ideally spend that money on Ali Baba's economists Nick properties and DCA X. beating the pace of last year which you would expect to generate the trend is towards E. commerce so far eight eight billion neck two thirds of the if the data beaten the number for the entirety of the day lost yes I the pace seems to be getting on the click the reason this is important or interesting is that is concerned about Chinese great Chinese economic growth is slipping below six percent that's the lowest in in some more than three decades and so does some sort of read across the people are looking at just to see whether they can infer anything about the appetite from Chinese consumers from the numbers that come out of sync so can we infer anything because the I know that Alibaba was was talking about this record hall from the Ali Baba from the singles day sales and yet we're getting other data in particular I PI the gives a conflicted picture yeah I mean I think that is ultimately issue alley Bob would like everybody to say that if it's if it's a Greco number that's great news for them is going to try to the thing is it's a gross merchandise value essentially how much money in title has been spent across these properties we don't really know what might have pumped up that might have been special offers two for one you know does the value of the things actually great or was it just a valid to spend is great teen if you're offering discounts then you might be getting your view you'll kind of incentivize people to spend more money on it now Ali Baba it is probably more relevant to them as they look towards you know selling us a steak on the on the Hong Kong stock exchange and I'm baffled get himself a huge amount of attention in the run up to that so yes I think any any line that is drawn to to Chinese growth figures is Nick given what and how it is a record number forty gave it a bit of a sketchy correlation if there'd been a decrease than you could clearly in for something more significant defeat the pace of growth that been slow than is absolutely fine line you could drawn from it but that isn't the case is so it's a little hard to to draw those in correlations tell us can you give us a sense of how much Ali Baba is consolidating the shopping industry on its platform the same way that Amazon is doing in the United States well I mean the more I mean Bob is trying to do is actually extend beyond the shores of China you know it's trying to get people a personal lease across Southeast Asia and increasingly with some you know more financial offering senior using and it's sort of Alabama financial arm to to get people outside of its core markets to come and join its platforms which is you know perhaps indicative of maybe slowing growth in China release harder to get the same pace of as before and it's extending into new fields food delivery those sort of things that those sort of affects all really the the the new pushes firm from Ali Baba last on the kind of classic economists are rolled up that we've seen with Thomas and market places a fourth was wearing wild yes outside of one of the areas that we hear from some other big tech companies you you know like an Amazon is the cloud business and I know Ali Baba had has made some investments there and help how big the businesses that getting for Ali Baba but I mean it's nowhere near the size of Amazon's I actually don't have the number to hands of what how big Ali Baba's is right now you know they also pushing that outside of China but it's they kind of have had have advantage in that you know in the home market it's harder for someone like Google Amazon always mark soft to advance that dag that cloud offering that given there is a preference to used to use home competitors if it'll possible yeah I got to say these manufactured holidays wow you know I mean this whole idea of a Black Friday and cyber Monday in singles day how successful are they Alex I think that they'd look big because he's a success and Ali Baba's case because you know they have good people can use that that forms and use that for do they have to give really serious discounts in order to lure people or is it just you know alright it's singles everybody go buy stuff I think that it is to get the growth I think it looks like they have to do that you know people have been doing a reading doing for years they gonna come back into it again and again but as with any sort of new products to when he when you when it's early days it drives huge amount of growth and never to be a certain point that great sauce a tape and then you start have to be a little bit more creatively seen at least with the iPhone you know apple as fine you ways of getting people in and and offering you know sort of trade ins and discounts that sort of thing so I think it's been a success weather constraints assesses different things Tim kopen our colleague in my colleague and bring back pending in Asia and make the point that I actually given the Jack ma is stepping down it might be an opportunity for Ali Baba to make something of a reset to sort of say what do we need the singles dating anymore we can move on from it and actually it's his baby and frankly it society misguided thing difficult measure to actually you know tell anything serious about the business beyond just paying a lot of tension a company for one day when we don't really know if it has any significant impact on that bottom line and the indications are that it may be doesn't Alex mentioned earlier that Ali Bob is considering a I guess a listing on the on it Asian exchange there in Hong Kong what's the status of that is that still on as far as we know yes there was all our colleagues have the scoop last week that they were pushing forward with a a plan to list fifteen billion dollars worth race fifteen bought billion dollars were on the Hong Kong stock exchange the had to have been in serious doubt initial plans for that to happen over the summer and of course there's a huge amount of uncertainty in Hong Kong right now with all the demonstrations and so that was one of the reasons why it is being put on the back burner for just a bit this is an endorsement all of the you know the validity of being on the stock exchange one of the reasons that historically Chinese companies haven't listed in Hong Kong is because the Hong Kong stock exchange have the same rules as the British want namely one shot one site and they change those rules in recent years in order to attract the likes of Ali Baba the likes of ten cent these Chinese behemoths to have taken the listings to connect in the form of American depositary receipts logic and so this is an endorsement of of the fact that the Hong Kong market is a valuable one for them and that despite you'll be incessantly they still see value in your selling sending us a chunk of that business that Alex what thank you so much for being with us Alice what about columnist with Bloomberg opinion joining us from London on singles day a raging success for Ali Baba questionable about what that means exactly for the broader Chinese consumer but none the less it encouraging sign up for some meanwhile it is important to just note that the Hong Kong violence was escalating and I did it it didn't push down the Hong saying index by about three percent people getting very concerned about what would happen in this stems from I ate the solidification of the control over the the territory and you had of course Beijing coming out and saying that only a patriot would be able to run the city just furthering escalating attentions there so a lot took to
"greco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In Greco a name that denotes class so I walk in here in a dollar goes we want to I go wow I must be walking into a really bad show Chicago sports institution G. and Greco with waddling Sylvie our boss doesn't like when we ask you what's on your mind why not because he thinks then the show gets off the rails and you get off the rack this is the start of the show they get off the rails are right every Monday you just have to straddle that fine line Wednesday well I've got a dumb but right except me and Friday sources yeah course always says the internet brought so much on your mind only on ESPN one thousand what is on your mind what do you think is the so we've got a dumb but that said there would be present at all yeah I mean dumb but yeah yeah you know so my mind tell me you know I took to heart which you said yesterday what what what I saw I was so crude and rude and just ugly when I said at this games is getting a bunch of guys are never going to make the team and you said that was me so I I've called a money making I'm trying to work this we're looking for the next Tom Waddell tonight well tonight so I want to see David Montgomery's because he should get some reps that's what I'm excited about that's about it good luck maybe next his model I hate what he was a fourth round traffic he better be better yeah but he's still doing dumpster ASEAN my guess is you won't see him right we're gonna see anybody is going to be like member that commercial was of the guy had the name tape Dennis Hallman Kroger I was going anywhere while we get ready kicked is but the veteran finally gave the thumbs up at the end of the end of the practice what are you more interested in seeing tonight's would be the bears even though you won't see the starters but football is back or would it be the cubs on the road in Cincinnati probably the bears because it's football and it's the bears I want to see.
"greco" Discussed on KTRH
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"greco" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"What ruled as leverage play, and what are the differences between some of the showy WWE, Andy grappling style of the Greco Roman wrestlers. Excellent. So what I've noticed in pro wrestling is a lot of upper body moves, you know, legs are in there occasionally, but you see the grab their tossed. They, you know, legs are sort of auxiliary the their they don't they don't look as good. They don't look as flash it's Greco Roman. Wrestling is a branch of wrestling where you don't use your legs at all, right? Okay. What that means is at a given weight class. You're not wasting poundage in your legs. So these guys got these pencil. Eggs and super upper body tubes choose pay toothpaste being squeezed at the. And we'll tell that to their face. Yeah. Really? So so Greco, roaming Greco Roman. It's it's all about take downs. It's not using her legs. Right. So there's a lot of sort of acrobat things you do with your your arms your neck, torso. And I wrestled a guy who was highly trained in Greco Roman. And if he hooked up my arms you were done. I was done. I was done. So now control my arms since I can't do anything with my legs other than stand. I had no recourse, and then he just took me down to pin me. So what is what is the question would leverage leverage, everything whether or not it's I mean, it's not about one very wrestling versus and other. But leverage is everything. And as Archimedes once stated going back to Greco Roman. Every thank you. Educate a person in the in the classically trained person. Yes. Picks up so much. Archimedes give me a place to stand. And I will move the world. He's referring to eleven right. If you had a big enough lever arm. You can do this. You know, the thing they slide under a car, Jack it up, right? Okay. Do you see the link to that lever? Arm. That's doing it with at civil law. The super if that were shorter anywhere. Be strong. That'd be strong. Heavier this reliever worms or not a few inches long. Like many many feet, right? So in wrestling, if I have to put if you're here, and I wanna put you there, and we're on the ground. I can't just pick you up. I have to somehow pry you into that position. Yeah. I have to find your tipping point said your center of mass is on the other side of you rather than on this side of you. And then you will tip over everything is about levers everything, and I had long arms. So I had a good lever. Arm relative to other people if you're stubby armed wrestler. You're not really prying people around. Oh, you need a different spoke. None of question will Jay from patron. What is the most energy efficient and practical wrestling move that? I could learn if I only had time to learn one. Oh, it's the there's a there's a fireman's carry. But that's if you're down if you're standing from a standing position. All right. My favorite move. It's everybody's favorite movies. Just very hard to execute against another wrestler who also knows this move. Okay. You're standing let's say you're going to dance with the person. So your hands are Ponta palm left hand is out on the other hand is on their waist. Okay. So I'm being explicitly descriptive here for people who would only hear this on the radio. Thank you. Okay. If I now step across the two of us. Yep. Okay. Step across the two of us and put my arm. That's on your waist completely around your waist put my but not now my back is to you and quickly raise my, but. Up into your hips. You are now off the ground. So I'm holding onto your other arm. Yeah. So I have you at your center of mass around your waist, and I've got your other arm and all I have to do is twist and bend and your beco- streak on your going down. And I have control of you as you go down. So it's a it's a takedown into a pin?.
Massive blaze engulfs 200-year-old museum, home to millions of artifacts
"No reports of injuries. The police was closed at the time but a, huge fire engulf Brazil's two hundred year. Old national museum in Rio de Janeiro firefighters museum workers scrambling to, save Stoorikhel, relics the. Museum houses artifacts from Egypt Greco Roman art and the first, fossils found in Brazil no word on just how Bad the damages but the museums president, calls it a sad day for all.
WGN, Comerica and Egypt Greco Roman discussed on Patti Vasquez
"In Detroit to take on the Tigers he's midday pre game starts at, twelve thirty five in DJ from Comerica. Park at seven ten flagship home of discover white sauce seven. Twenty WGN it's eleven thirty one time for WGN news here's Roger badesch school CEO
GOP Congressional candidate, fresh from primary win vs. Mark Sanford, seriously injured in car crash
"Long campaign speech in the city of buluwayo to thousands of cheering fans when he finished there was a loud noise and a panic zimbabwe state media described it as an explosion and said the president was safe photos showed someone being carried out on a stretcher elections in zimbabwe have been violent in the past but none gagua has promised that this is a new era calling for peace and unity ari shapiro npr news blue zimbabwe the trump administration says it continues to detain and criminally prosecute people illegally crossing the border into the us but as npr's amy held reports plans for the military to house detainees are still being worked out the navy's looking into plans to house tens of thousands of migrants at remote basis in alabama arizona and california that's according to time magazine which obtained a copy of an internal draft memo describing tent cities that are quote temporary and austere one proposed detention center in concord california would hold up to forty seven thousand people and is already sparking a backlash among residents here's contra costa county supervisor john gioia this is a crazy proposal we're gonna fight it we're not gonna let this happen the navy told npr and a statement it would not discuss quote internal deliberative planning documents a department of defense spokesman says the pentagon is conducting prudent planning and looking into all available regions should it be asked to help with housing amy held npr news a congressional candidate in south carolina has been seriously injured in a car crash npr's colin dwyer reports katie errington won a major republican primary upset just days ago just ten days ago katie aaron kim was celebrating in a hardfought win the conservative republican had earned president trump's endorsement and defeated longtime incumbent mark sanford now she is in the hospital facing quite another kind of fight errington spokesperson said she was riding with a friend when their car was struck by vehicle going the wrong direction the collision left at least one person dead and left airing ten with a factor in her back broken ribs and other injuries demanding major surgery she is expected to be hospitalized at least two more weeks still her spokesperson says her faith remains unshaken and that she expects to be working again soon colin wire and pr news this is npr from k q ed news i'm tiffany cam hi we're continuing our series looking at where our tax money from measure a is going that's the historic clean and healthy bay measure voters approved of two years ago we start in the south bay at the salt ponds restoration project it received more than seven million dollars this project spans three counties alameda santa clara and san mateo ended aims to revitalize over fifteen thousand acres of former salt evaporation ponds that makes it the largest environmental restoration project west of the mississippi you can see some of these ponds from a windy hill and menlo park if you've looked to the left you'll see greco island which is a native salt marsh so beautiful lush green marsh at the margin of the bay that's john bourgeois executive manager of the project he says greco island was untouched but the salt marshes around it were drained for its minerals and it's evident if you look to the right and you see this bright white salt flat and you can see it's kind of a moonscape and so the goal of this project is to take what we're seeing on the right here and convert it to what we see on the left here this native lush tidal marsh other things you can see from this point the foot of the dumbarton bridge highway one a one oh and facebook's headquarters all this infrastructure would benefit from the restoration because title marshes offer protection from sea level rise they are one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet they provide direct flood protection they also have clean the water that may be true but i have to say these pawns aren't that beautiful awful it's not like we're saving a redwood forest there muddy and mucky and they smell but they have just a tremendous amount of benefit beyond any sort of aesthetic or tat value officials hope to start restoration of the salt ponds this fall i'm tiffany cam.
Johnny Depp is apparently broke
"Table all right we're talking television with what he is the co host bill and wendy on wgn radio very successful program from what i read johnny depp is in the news wendy now i know this is a tv segment and you say you can't use johnny depp not segment twenty one jump street we haven't done a richard greco story in about twelve years so when i tell you i had such a tough time deciding who was hotter johnny depp or richard griego i ultimately went with i think i kind of fluctuated but i think i think johnny depp hasta 'cause where's richard greek oh now that's a good question roman wrestling is that what he's doing greco slava johnny depp is in the news because he says wendy that his six hundred and fifty million dollar fortune is almost all gone he has spent all of his money six hundred fifty million dollars as he mentioned why he looked so she could yeah and emaciated that's a good word i just saw a picture of him that was taken over the weekend any looks good again i don't know what happened he just had he's very moody in in terms of his look days he'll look movie star handsome and other days he looks like the comic strip henry does he yes he does rolling stone just did an article on the trouble with johnny depp it came out a day ago by stephen rodrick multimillion dollar lawsuits a haze of booze and hash a marriage gone very wrong and a lifestyle he can't afford that's what it is but even like all right so somebody gives you six hundred and fifty million dollars could you spend it in a couple of years i don't know how you could do that totally possible and you know he's still working yeah so it's jellies work that's where it ended and he's got his hollywood vampires with alice cooper and joe perry must make money from that we'll just residuals alone he's has johnny depp ben and twenty five movies would you say yeah you ever take a couple of days but he's the star of twenty five movies or one of the stars at twenty five movies the residual checks alone you could live very very comfortably on even if you didn't work another day ever just those checks alone you see my major league checks brigham in some four dollars and ninety cents that's more than i expected a lot of money found money i didn't know that money was coming i could do whatever i want with it well he's in this lawsuit with his former management groups so that's where he's losing all his money in lawsuits just spending it frivolously on hair products right and makeup he needs to hire somebody who understands money management like mc hammer who consider him down and say here's how you spend the money did you know he and tom petty were really close friends tom petty and johnny depp.
Israeli military: More than 25 mortar shells fired from Gaza
"Tree toppled onto their suv the israeli military says palestinian militants in gaza have fired rounds of mortar shells into israel has npr's daniel estrin reports from gaza city this follows several days of crossborder violence the israeli army's has gaza militants fired twenty five mortar shells into israel and later fired two more no no immediate injuries were reported israel says it shot down most of the mortars it's the biggest mortar fire from gaza since the two thousand fourteen gaza israel war gaza officials say israeli troops killed more than one hundred palestinians during recent protests and clashes on the gaza border in recent days is rarely tanks and warplanes have carried out strikes on sites in gaza suspected of being militant mainstays israel says it's responding to palestinian attempts to carry out attacks along the border daniel estrin npr news gaza city diplomatic efforts appear to be continuing to get next month's planned summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un back on track south korea's foreign ministry says the trump administration and officials in pyongyang or holding what's described as working level talks media in sault are reporting a north korean delegation arrived in singapore last night for meetings with us officials this is npr news from washington more than eight thousand starbucks coffee shops across the us will be closed today employees are undergoing antibias training after last month's arrest of two black men at a starbucks in pennsylvania employees their call police when the men wouldn't leave and hadn't bought anything the company later apologized scientists using lasers to map an ancient city in jordan say the technique is revolutionizing archaeology npr's merit kennedy reports the ancient city of jerash is famous for its well preserved greco roman columns and theater it's one of the most popular tourist sites in jordan scientists from denmark match jerash using laser pulses.
Amir Khan stuns Phil Lo Greco with blistering first-round knockout
"Before i call franken yes it was an emotional in bell false at same time in liverpool amir khan needy less than forty seconds debate fill the greco calm and fronton are back and we'll assess the performance of ami on in a short while we'll hear from him as well as he looks forward now to a major showdown against hell potentially later this year somewhere in the uk plenty on the horizon as well for cal fronton both globally and domestically in the featherweight division con amphion they happen to be involved and now the topend of two of the hottest divisions in the sport at the moment first of all state call fronton nas night winning by nine rounds to three on all three judges scorecards i was coming tasting ringside with andy lee we had it slightly wider ten rounds to too but the word used by andy was masterclass yuckiness fail i was six feet away from you mike i also had ten.
"greco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Marci in greco by the way you are a little don't i appreciate it that's something one do should say to another do a little creepy it's friday every friday on espn chicago welcome back again wild soviet show fretted for sylvie greco just showed up did you forget about us what you did or not and i got this other job in a little bit earlier than for now was funny i knew you write a couple of weeks ago you were coming in here so i was watching on tv just to see how long it took you to finish over there and walk over here cheryl's just hang on go to my job here she wanted to talk to you she wanted to talk earlier about she wants to know about tristan thompson and she is like this celebrity queen yes yeah we just know that tristan thompson hasn't really played it all because he had benched for larry nance junior so the latest on tristan is that another model released a bunch of her messages having released a video too so another edgy model also heard candy's coming after him so you'd better watch believes that everything that happens with regard to a kardashian is staged do you subscribe to the same theory he says every yeah i think most of it i want to see the video that maybe we can talk kardashians.
"greco" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"You should you put the the cheek blends away from your fetus into a different areas so that they don't get the idea that they can get the good stuff meant for the for the colorful birds i would put it off to make their own little area that we the squirrels are drawn over there too and if you got any of the greco's and stuff you know they'll be drawn over there greco's can be a little bullies at the theaters and scare away you're you're pretty birds now how about the bird feeders and other weather's been cold and you know as long as you don't have a straight up and down lip on the bird feeder so that it won't freeze can you start to put out the bird feeders now the bird bats now well hopefully people have got burnt out all year round i've got heated bird batch 'cause i need water brian simple they that is a essential to all life they need that water and in the wintertime it's even more central for them to have a water source but yeah in the springtime if you wanna bring your regular bird baths out that's great because water attracts even more birds and if you can put like a water feature in there the make a bubbler or something to make sound that attracts them even more really the sound of water or if you some people have like a fountain out there the cascading waters and birds will go into that 'cause they're attracted to that moving water and the sound too so if you have like a fish pond and the the ice is all gone would be a good idea to get a bubbler would push the water out and then the sound of it will will attract them.
"greco" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Fireplace where all greco's saint jerome hangs so you can enjoy both of these monumental paintings in the same living room just get up from the seti if you possibly can because it is so comfortable walk around on the way right next to the bellini you will see a gorgeous painting of young man by titian done oh let me say i'm forgetting the date actually it's probably about the fifteen forty s let's say at the most fifteen fifty it's not really his late style yet but it's a mature style a painting of a of a young man wearing in a possibly fanciful cap now you have to see this painting really to see it go to to believe it go to frick dot org and put in titian ti t i n and i believe it's called portrait of a young man and you'll see exactly what i mean here you have someone who is he he's like hollywood handsome obviously well to do beautifully put together in terms of his costume on his head again a gorgeous color red a lot deeper than the cloak of the saint jerome it seems to be almost like somebody took off this guy's cap had a knife cut it up into quarters stitched up a little bit and then put it back on this young man's head it is i've never seen a hat like it in renaissance painting it's it's almost humorous you look at it all the colors work together it's a fantastic pain and you recognize that but the the thing about the hat just adds an element of whimsy to it that i never am able to really get beyond it's it's wonderful we're right next to that on.
"greco" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"So you know we're we're hurt hello but money and i'm hurried i'm gonna have radically medicare on booth guard at her the backpackers the world around are not given of it i eat well if you're going put you on bump and done on it gonna hurt you already if you had to guess if you had the gas and if you had to speculate and if you're not comfortable doing it don't do so but what do you think happened what are we dealing with we talked about a guy who had just maybe got away from him on one given night or we talked about a guy who's got a very very serious problem in how many post would you have to take to end up in the situation he was in go and harder regularly bigger or are you know her her regret what are we prescribe greco part i will be there but one of naga over here y you're a record or could have pirker quarter look what he had to do to get oh you're gonna go are you are you a hundred milligrams of argued guaranteed and what would that duty a few hundred milligrams of luxy con what kind of pop would that due to you and your chemistry your body chemistry that have on you co owner who hooker uh your horror her earthquake or rural oh really want a mark all working on hello all right so much milwaukee on pillows probably shouldn't be driving if you feel like a marginal walking on pillows right again stop their first of all i want to acknowledge that that was a brain surgeon allegedly to call the program we don't get too many those a natural brain surgeon but i don't want.
"greco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"To separate had a patricia greco it is one of the attendees she is also a speaker at the conference however she tells me she is not being compensated for that by the people who put on the conference how does but how many falls justice by spending the thirty four thousand here's what the district has to say and it's the pens the super get a greco pat greco says that but how many false throughout the course of the year put son somewhat eyes per other districts and other educators and they get compensated for that so they're using the money that they got putting on seven hours of their all in to turn around a she uses the term invested themselves by going to conferences like this what since we didn't talk added never an opportunity after what what what what's goal this it's if you put seven or is a summit eyes on four but she's essentially saying that other schools paid bell to train them on things that they take the money that they get for that and they're turning around him spending that on the san francisco trip i suppose one could argue couldn't you just pocket the buddy you're getting commodities without spending out of the thirty four thousand other trip to san francisco but we didn't have an opportunity as they say to talk to bring and it also says the attendees a role going to be doubling up and roman's in an attempt to minimize the cost of the event because however is sleep according to the numbers that i've up and and we're confirmed by the superintendent the basic cost per read to register i'm for the conference's about fourteen hundred and seventy five dollars because the lodging per participant is five hundred seventy dollars he says there doubled up i'm guessing that means eleven under forty dollars per wrote all told the kerber disappeared averages out.