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The Importance of Data Literacy

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

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The Importance of Data Literacy

"We're going to be looking at understanding data literacy. What is dead or literacy. And why it's important. I let me bring on a kashira. Sa- got cashier. Thanks for joining us. Which or very good at looking we were looking forward to the session. And you're sort of a leader in analytics you've been awarded as some awards As being at a later in analytics for the last few years maybe focus into your background at first and then your role as chief data officer. Thank you so much for having me. So if i've always been indicate a space Not liking fall into lower fell into data I've done anything else. I growing up And so i wanna do a job that And so the plus company that came calling said the tag do the math on the discount That's how it started being in the data space since a lot of my words focused on helping businesses think about data is mixed mark positions. Better decisions in the light do for a living. It could be told algorithms ashville analysis. All of that is at the end is heavy people. Make a smart decision and find finding. Also that's what i do. And when i tried to explain what i do for living my my or someone else i tell them digital loss on griffey lose something. I help you find no. It's not looking for something whether you loved or not. Is it actually they now. I mentioned the award. You've been among the top ten analytics ladies australia or twenty nine. Twenty twenty and twenty twenty one Maybe talk into that. Because i think Paint a picture of where you fit in the industry so the a suspicion it's called the institute of of australian got a bingo theseus australian computer society.

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S14E15 Tanks Crash Clash - burst 10

"Him some money and a lighter. Prison sentence to let them commandeer the app and then they released. This apparently secure messaging app on hardened secure devices on the black market for criminals to buy but as well as setting their masseuse to each other also sent them to the fbi. I love that criminals out this making the most hardened secure devices and feeling that they've they've got it which made them very open about what they said on this device to you know collaborators and the messages were just bouncing off of another server and being sent straight to the fbi where they can build up these giant array of data about these things people who are very definitely criminals. This is them pulling information from all citizens as has been shown in the playoffs by Snowden this is very targeted but it's the the criminals themselves who have volunteering into participate in this. It's brilliant. i absolutely love it. Paid for the privilege went to fbi dot com to buy a new phone. I like this is over the point that you make that You know this proves that you don't need to back door every communications platform that's used by regular consumers that you can do. These talked stings. Actually go after the criminals on the platforms that they using rather than just you know use pepper thing. They did some nice pay all with a series of once they once they arrested these hundreds of people all around the world in sting operations because they're knew exactly where they were and where where the drops were going to be because the people will tell them directly on on the devices and they've got shots piano enforcement people standing next to giant piles of cocaine and law enforcement people with back lavas on standing next to giant piles of money and all that kind of stuff. I'd love to think that the gps was on a naturally precisely where these people. I would absolutely think that's all they did. I mean so you've since everyone's applauding this take one second to stand. Up for criminals Maybe not but yet. I go out and you this thing. As good because it's a bachelor than wedges going to require the old crypto griffey's back door concord crypto eddie. More because of the known. Since i have to call it crypto. So we don't we don't want them to backdoor cryptography fine. But i'm not a tall show. I like the idea that now is not just theoretical that maybe this thing you're getting has been back door. Which of pump people would tell you. You need to be worried about that. But now really was like surely but now yet he's definitely happened now. This is like the first person who steals things from the village where they all leave their doors open. Maybe they needed to learn to lock their front does.

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"griffey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

05:28 min | Last month

"griffey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Been a fractured bickering clubhouse with his leadership energy in constant pranks and then in two thousand nine at safeco field. In fact. June twenty third at safeco field griffey hit the five thousandth homerun in franchise history off san pitcher chad. Garlan garden sees me. The this was griffey. Six hundred nineteen th career. Home run on september. First griffey hit career home. Runs six twenty one at the new yankee stadium off andy pettitte of the yankees in the sixth inning. Mark the forty four different ballpark in which he had homered on august twelfth two thousand and nine against his former team. The chicago white sox he an rbi single in the bottom the fourteenth inning to win the game one did nothing for the mariners returned to the clubhouse for the two thousand and ten campaign with a similar contract to that of two thousand nine but struggled offensively for the first two months of the season posting a one eighty four batting average. On april. twenty-seventh griffey past. Andre dawson for forty fifth on the career hit list on may twenty two thousand and ten in a game against the toronto blue jays. Griffey hit an rbi. Single off of blue jays. Closer kevin gregg to win the game. Four three four the mariners after starting the ninth inning trailing three two one. The mariners rallied in the bottom and the night close to load the bases on two singles. A walk then tie the game the a walk and a sacrifice fly the walk off single and was the final. Hit an rbi of griffey's major league career and have moved impasse rafael palmeiro to fourteenth on the all time list. Inmates may two thousand and tan mariners manager. Doug wakamatsu may a decision to significantly limit. Griffey's playing time due to his ongoing poor performance on may tenth two thousand and ten beat writer. Larry lower the ru reported that walker. Matsu had not used griffey in a pinch hitting situation the prior week with two players stating that lineup. That griffey had been asleep. National media quickly covered the incident. Doug that nap gate in the ensuing days teammate. Mike we challenged anyone who said griffey was asleep quote. Stand up and fight me end quote with denying griffey. Griffey had been asleep however griffey did not deny it. Griffey's agent started stated lures initial report had been posted in error and that laura had asked his employers to remove it which they both refused in the aftermath of this report was report was boycotted by players on june second. Two thousand and ten. The clubhouse was still in turmoil. Griffey left the mariners. After the second game of a four game series against the minnesota twins leaving in the middle of the night for a cross country drive to his home in florida. He released a statement through his organization announcing his retirement effective immediately mariners president marriage president chuck armstrong was only made aware of this by griffey's agent a few hours before game time. The next day griffey then called from the road to confirm it. His retirement was announced at safeco field before the the mariners played the twins in an interview on march seventeenth. Two thousand eleven griffey stated that he had retired to avoid being a distraction to the team and that was that was him. That was him as a player he ends a he ends as one of the best players in baseball history. He is a flam. Flam trappist Doing several years supporting several causes including the boys and girls scouts of america several children's hospitals across the united states and is an honorary chairman co chairman of the ao p a foundation hat in ring society a charitable organization that promotes aviation safety education He's made a couple of episodes of like as himself in some film and television series but he also did have a suicide attempt at the age of eighteen. And because of that i will be putting the number and website description of the suicide hotline And if you are having any any issues with that. I strongly encourage you to reach out. i know everybody if like our jams are open on twitter at gnc underscore baseball Mighty ends are open at patrick k. e. n. e. y. four And if you are feeling that you need somebody to listen to please please understand that. I end everyone at gmc organization absolutely as time for you so with that we will be ending this segment. Griffey was one of the greatest players of all time. He ends his career with a six hundred and thirty home runs. Eighteen hundred thirty six twenty seven and eighty one hits and eight to eighty four batting average. He's fifty one. He has a few kids and he is enjoying living life as one of the former greatest players of all time and we will be back in just a second with the next segment of today's episode of the gmc baseball.

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"griffey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

08:00 min | Last month

"griffey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"The home run list on july eighteenth. Two thousand seven griffey hit his two hundred fiftieth or two to twenty five hundred hit of an a single of atlanta braves. Starting pitcher smoltz great versus great for a very very important accomplishment and a player's career On september nineteenth two thousand seven in a game against chicago cubs griffey fielded a derek. Low single or dared leasing. Looks use me to right. Field then suddenly went down and pain. The injury i thought to be a lower abdominal strain was later revealed to be season ending groin. Strain this marked. One of the many seasons in cincinnati were griffey had to end the year on the disabled list. Griffey ended the two thousand seven season with five hundred ninety. Three career home runs on august. Twenty second two thousand seven griffey was selected as an all time rawlings gold glove winner on a list of nine players considered to be the greatest defensive players in the last fifty years. He finished the season with seventy eight runs. One hundred forty six hits twenty four doubles one triple. Thirty home runs and ninety three. Rbi's and eight to seventy seven batting average. Which is i mean. That's awesome and the fact that he was so close like in two thousand. Eight to getting to that magical. Six hundred number is kind of. It's kind of sad that he played the entire year that you're so healthy and then just fell short in really a freak accident kind of thing on april four two thousand eight though ken. Griffey junior past reggie jackson for on the all-time list after de driving in his one thousand seven hundred and second. Rbi on june ninth. Griffey hit his six hundred career home. Run on a three one pitch from mark hendrickson of the florida. Marlins in the first inning of land shark stadium in miami fans gave him both. The fans of both teams gave him a standing ovation. That was actually when david samson And it was pretty recently. The the The anniversary of that day griffey six hundred home home. Run and land shark stadium in miami. That was just one of the many stadiums given to what is now known as hardrock. Stadium the miami dolphins field and it has has been a there. There've been a lot of names for for that stadium. It's also been known as pro player. Park dolphins stadium bland. Sharks stadium And then that was before the marlins would move to my air. Chew their new stadium. That was recently up until recently Called marlins park and they recently got a naming deal with alone depot and art. It is now alone depot stadium in miami. But i do. I do remember seeing a couple of days ago. the the the Tweet from david samson saying that he remembers that night like it's yesterday or the day they like it was yesterday and it's one of his favorite baseball moments that he's ever been a part of and he was part of an organization that world series and he was a part of baseball for over twenty years. So that is something that is very important in somebody who's in baseball for that long and And this is one of his more memorable moments. That is something that really should stand out. But griffey was criticized by some of by some for his efforts during his stint with the reds. Greg doyle had to say this over. The year of the years griffey was named or was with the reds in comparison to the two thousand and ten reds team. It's a different reds team than older beer bellied softball teams of recent years those reds. Were ken griffey junior. And adam dunn lounging around clubhouse and leather couches hitting home runs. Miss playing balls in the outfield thinking. They had it all figured out when they knew how to all they knew how to do is lose and quote on july thirty first. Two thousand eight. The mlb trade deadline refuse traded at the chicago. White sox in exchange for pitcher nick mess. Set an out an infielder. Danny richard ending his nine year tenure with cincinnati in his first game with the white sox he went two for three with two. Rbi's a walk and run on august twentieth. Two thousand eight griffey his first home run as a member of the white socks off of mariners are a dickey which moved him into its high with former outfielder. Sammy sosa for fifth place in career. Home runs he surpass on september. Twenty third with one of minnesota's off of minnesota's matt guerrier griffey's signature moment with with the white sox came on september thirtieth in the last game of the two thousand eight season. He hit an extra one hundred sixty in an extra one hundred sixty three game between the white sox and minnesota twins to break a tie atop the central in fifth in the fifth inning of scoreless game twins threatened with michael carter cutter on third and one out twins. Right third baseman brandon harris flied out softly to griffey and center feel who then threw a straight to white catcher. A j present ski. Who tagged out cutter at home plate in a home plate collision to complete the double play in the thread. The white sox went on to win the game. One to nothing in advance. The two thousand eight american league division series where they would fall to the tampa bay. Rays on october thirtieth. Two thousand eight. The white sox decline these sixteen million dollar option griffey making him a free agent. For the first time in his career griffey would instead receive a buyout of four million dollars split between the reds and the white sox if eighteen home runs with the reds and white sox two thousand eight and one thousand eight season ended. He wouldn't retire. Saying i've got things to do. Turn to the marlins in two thousand nine hundred thousand ten. As a free agent griffey was courted. By the marlins and the atlanta braves. The national media was dubious about griffey's ability to contribute meaningful to meaningfully with the washington post noting. The mariners are not about to sign griffey for baseball reasons. They're bringing him back to seattle to sell tickets. Griffey alternately accepted the contract with the mariners on on february eighteenth two thousand nine after an agonizing after agonizing over his decision griffey in in indicated that he was motivated by sentimental reasons toward seattle when he received a overwhelming positive reception when he last played there a cincinnati red in june of two thousand seven but was inclined toward the braves for its proximity to home in atlanta florida in orlando florida. Excuse me anti desire to be with his family. During the season apparently griffey was very close to signing with the braves however a premature report emerged from the atlanta journal constitution saying that atlanta deal was done in a conversation with willie mays and own thirteen year. Old daughter played a factor in this choice. Griffey once again sported the number twenty four with the mariners. The team had not issued the number eighty player or coach in the nine years. Since between his two cents in seattle griffey would go one for two with a home run in his regular season debut against the minnesota twins. The home run was griffey's eighth opening day homerun run and as of two thousand thirteen. He is tied for frank with frank. Robinson and adam dunn for first place in this category on april fifteenth. Two thousand and nine griffey hit his four hundredth career home run as mariner with six hundred and thirteenth of his career off los angeles angels pitcher jared weaver becoming the first major league player to four hundred home runs. With one club the mar- the mariners and two hundred with another club. The reds ap stated the griffey returned to the mariners in two thousand and nine with almost a sink singlehandedly transformed..

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"griffey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

06:43 min | Last month

"griffey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"And welcome back into this segment and part two of ken. Griffey juniors playing career important moments just who he was as a player kinda thing. So what can back to part two of that in this segment of the gmc podcast baseball. Podcast i'm your host. Patrick kenny soap. Starting off where we left out. Are we starting off where we left off. We're in two thousand and five. So that is a little bit after he has. He's about halfway through his tenure now in cincinnati and starting on may first two thousand five. We saw the resurgence of healthy. Ken griffey junior. He hit thirty. Five home runs that year. His highest since his first year with the reds and griffey slowly moved up the career home. Run list he ended the season tied with mickey mantle. After having passed jamie jamie foxx ted williams willie mccovey ernie banks eddie. Mad us mel. An eddie murray early september. He strained his tendon in aleppo in his left foot and unrelated injury to his past hamstring and calf problems and was listed as day-to-day for several weeks on september. Twenty second with the reds out of playoff contention. The team decided to bench him for the rest of the season so that he could immediately have arthur arthur skopje surgery on his left knee in a separate in a separate operation to repair scars from two thousand and four hamstring operation. Still after his two on one hundred twenty eight games in two thousand and five were the most he'd played since two thousand griffey's resurgence was recognized where he was named the national league player. Your comeback player of the year he played in the world baseball classic for the american team. That offseason with his father's the coach griffey batted five twenty four but the usa failed to reach the semifinals. During the the second game of the thousand six regular season griffey hit home run five thirty seven surpassing mickey mantle for twelfth. All time list. He returned may eleventh from knee injury after sir after suffering one on april twelfth and hit a walk off three run home run in the bottom of the eleventh inning against the washington nationals on june fifth griffey tied fred mcgriff record for hitting a home run in his forty third different ballpark at saint. Louis cardinals busch on june nineteenth griffey hit a career career. Run at five. Forty eight tying him with mike schmidt then six days later pass schmidt with five forty nine on june twenty-seventh he hit five. Hundred and fifty is five hundred and fiftieth career. Home run against the kansas city royals on september twenty fifth. Two thousand and six griffey hit his twenty seventh home run of the season against the chicago cubs pitch relief. Pitcher scott ir to tie reggie jackson for tenth all time on the home run list. Griffey's injuries continued in two thousand six offseason however while on holiday in the bahamas with his family he broke his wrist. Griffey said his fan. His hand felt finding the expected to be ready to go for the two thousand seven spring training and anger. This is about the time where i really started paying attention to baseball. And my dad would be explained to me who griffey was and how important he was to baseball. And and just how important was to ham which is a big reason as to why i am such a big fan of griffey today and growing up in central ohio. There was a thing If you were in the league there was a a program at the high school was involved in that. If you complete the program you got an opportunity to go onto the field in need some players and i remember dusty baker and i met joey votto and you know we walked around the field and i think i might griffey to And got some handshakes from some of the guys and they everybody. Who's there was super really. Just awesome super. Nice brandon phillips. I remember it was it was. It was an awesome experience. That i got to do and and and i think that's why a such a love for the the terrible late dots red steam stat. Were that were just not very very good. But at the beginning in two thousand seven season. Where we're you know taking off right here. Griffey was moved to right field and reds manager. Jerry narron said that quote. I've got to do everything. I can to put our best club out there. My feeling that with ryan friel out there gives us a strong defense up. The middle griffey changed his number from thirty two three two honors three children. During the next two seasons griffey would wear the number forty two on april fifteenth. Beginning the tradition known as jackie robinson day. That's really really cool. That he kind of started that. And that's actually something that i didn't know before. I was researching this and it's because of him wearing that in a couple of other like things that i could probably get into another segment That that griffey is the reason i bet. Jackie robinson day is thing and and that's i mean he's he's just a puts him an even higher on my list of my favorite athletes of all time but on may tenth two thousand and seven griffey hit six home his six home run of the season for five hundred sixty ninth of his career tying rafael romero for ninth place on the career home. Run list you pass. Paul marilyn may thirteenth in griffey tied harmon killebrew for eighth on the all time list. With five hundred and seventy third home run on may twenty second then surpassing him on may twenty fifth on june twenty second. Two thousand seven griffey made his first return to seattle after trade to the reds before the game. The mariners honored him with a fifteen minute presentation which include a highlight reel of his playing career with the mariners. A presentation of the house that griffey built and quote that the house that griffey bill in quotes memorial by the mariners hall of famers and former teammates j burner and edgar martinez. A four minute standing ovation from a sold out crowd graffiti. Expect such a welcome or such a welcome or a turn out by the fans when he came back and a short but emotional speech was given by griffey afterwards. Many of the fans in attendance made signs professing their gratitude and admiration for him or toward him with quotes such as the house that griffey bill seattle junior griffey. We miss you. And griffey went one for five in the game and griffey his five hundred and eighty third and five hundred eighty four. Th career home runs tying surpassing mark maguire for.

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"griffey" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"griffey" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Apply. Last they man. I know that the first episode dropped on tuesday of america prodigy the kid but if you can tell everyone what what kind of expect from the season that would be great because i know you guys were setting up a lot of things for what's coming in the season and it's definitely some unique unique stuff about the story of griffey. It's not. I think it necessarily all that people would expect which i love. I love the the all the other information about it. But if you could give just a little bit more of a preview to what's to come in in the rest of the season at appreciate that yeah for sure so man. First of all alex man drought some great questions manton briefly. Make that podcast. It was just so unexpected man and he didn't really tip his cap much to what he was going to talk about. Or whatever so literally. Everything was super authentic and super organic from the moment and what i can really say man that. I think that will make this really intriguing for people. Is that if you were into griffey. And you think that he is. You know like you you kind of know him from the surface. I think what kind of happened over over the episodes of this podcast is that we were able to unpack some of the you know moments and some of the things that some of the behind the scenes stuff where you get to kind of see a little bit of what from my perspective made he and i kind of tick and i just shared openly candidly mad about different situations funny stories or my perspective of different things that kind of happened and i think perhaps You know people get to see the heart of the man you know. That's behind some of the stuff that they might have seen in the public and may have perceived one way or the other. Hopefully it just sheds new light and gives a new perspective and a bunch of like bombshell revelations. And i'm and. I'm certainly out to honor my friend but on the same token i'm just real organic and the questions were great men and it just really led it to some fun place. It's fun stories that will give people who are real true fans just unique look at at the man and in our lives and how they intersected it was. I think it's really cool man. It's it's definitely worth worth worthless. Awesome our guys. Well if you if you are interested and you should be go check out american prodigy the kid on any of the any of the podcast platforms and hit the subscribe and listen to episode. Two will next week so call thanks man really do appreciate it. I'm looking forward to check it out more your music too by the way. I'm definitely i'm definitely into it. So i appreciate you taking the time and looking forward to the rest of the season of american prodigy. No doubt man. You've been a an awesome professional guy man great questions. Great stuff and That address mental physical size so look like he got a little memorabilia back there we could let it join him in the collection. Love it. I would love it. Cool man hey guys. Thanks for listening to the bronx pinstriped. Show make sure you find us at i tunes and subscribe. She can get all new episodes directly onto your phone. J- if you do like to show you to take a minute and give us a five star rating and review and i tunes. It really helps us out and allows us to create more shows. We're on twitter at bronx pinstripes and the same on facebook. You always find as they're talking. Yankee baseball thanks again guys for your support. Really appreciate it and go yankees..

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Homers By Seager, Lewis Lift Seattle Mariners Past Texas Rangers 4-3

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Homers By Seager, Lewis Lift Seattle Mariners Past Texas Rangers 4-3

"The Mariners beat Texas for three yesterday. Their third straight win over the Rangers fifth straight win overall, and they'll go for the serious sweep today. Texas Ah, Kyle Seager for the Mariners had Ah homerun and an infield single, moving past Jay Buhner into fourth place on the Mariners all time hit list. Yeah, is very humbling. It's I'm extremely proud. I'm extremely, you know, honored to be in that company. That's that's extremely elite, a company and You know, I'm very proud to be a part of the still trails Ichiro Suzuki, Edgar Martinez and Kang Griffey Junior. They'll try toe go for the serious sweep against the Rangers at 1 10 this

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"griffey" Discussed on Brock and Salk

Brock and Salk

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"griffey" Discussed on Brock and Salk

"It. Now and In the next morning to receive your applause related later. King Junior is the old king a now i. she'll be your new one. If I. If I remember correctly. Didn't Dave Niehaus call you on his drive home? Thanks Mike for Allowing I remember. We had to call the Oracle after that and you weren't even here. Long live the king. The king is dead long live the king, yes! Thing has no close. Our right that is, that is how that night ended so. Please keep that in the back of your mind as we go through a couple of other conversations spurred on by the junior documentary this weekend, and then a bit of the conversation have Tom Jason Stacy yesterday. Feel the need to qualify. You're making me nervous and. Now, keep that in the back of your mind as I take you now on this turn all right. Two questions one was the one that Tom asked me yesterday Brooke. And that is is Ken. griffey junior, still the most important athlete or the most significant athlete in Seattle history. Yes. I would just simply say the greatest athlete I I don't know how else to sports a simple. Keep it simple, stupid, so renown significant remembered I'll just say the greatest the greatest is he still to this day? The Greatest Athlete to perform his in his sport in this market I would say yes. Yeah, I'm going to go to Ross and I'm going to kick you out of the Church Wilson is if that's your answer. Sacrilege. I'm going to use something that the or the Oracle once said to me in that is, there's nothing like the I didn't matter. How many super bowls you went after? It doesn't matter what you've accomplished. There's nothing like that initial ride. There's nothing like that. I and there's nothing like your first superstar especially in the Pacific northwest in south. Alaska at that time where you're not connected socially where you do not have the connections globally where you do not have what you have today in. That guy shook the entire sports world that guys. was off the charts. The kid was the superstar of superstars and he helps save the sport. The Seattle Mariners exist today because of his presence in this town. If he went a world series like Russia's one super bowl, no, but did he reverberate in a way around the country, and in the sporting world that that Russel never highs certainly did that. There's no doubt on the national view. View of Ken Griffey Junior obviously I mean he was. Kyle was saying earlier. What second after Jordan during that era or certainly in the in that conversation? It's Kinda. Pre Tiger so I mean it it throughout the nineties I think you would put him sort of right after Ken. Griffey junior terms of right after Jordan rather in terms of the biggest biggest sports names on the planet I'll still take us. I'll take Ross because of some of the things you just said. Russ does come along as Seattle enters a new era as Seattle does become an international hub as it becomes attack apple as everything kind of explodes around him, Russell Wilson is right there at the front of all of it and and kind of ride that wave by the way actually Wednesday. Championship goes to the playoffs. Year, but one of his career, in which he missed by a game I, mean you know that there is to that and plays the most important position, the most interesting position in all of sports, and does it in a way that is fairly unique. That's not to say. There haven't been people who combine running and throwing the way he has, but I would say that for all of them. He was the first really throw with that kind of. And be able to run and kind of do the the balance of being pass. I with that ability to run I. Think was unique and look what it is opened up in his sport afterwards. Whether Russell gets credit for it or not. Look at the preponderance of athletic quarterbacks. You now find all the way throughout the league so much so that it is the norm rather than the exception. That's the significance of what Russell was. You could talk about Ken Griffey junior significance in the media and in the scene and to saving baseball in Seattle all enormously important, and this is not a one is great. The other is lousy conversation. This is one A. and one. B. And you're arguing over the last little bit. The tips the scales, but I'm going. Going to argue what Russell is done to change, the game of of football is much more significant than what Ken Griffey Junior to change the game of baseball. Heck, the game changed around him, and not because of him, as half the guys started injecting all kinds of stuff into their body, and blowing up like balloons, and all the sudden he gets passed by Barry Bonds in the mark, mcgwire and Sammy Sosa Chase and all of that you can take a look at Ken Griffey's influence afterwards. It's not that high. Which is odd considering how great he was, but these other guys decided to cheat and take over the mantle of the sport pretty quickly, so with Ross County I i. think that this is where we're finally entering a period where we're allowed to have this conversation, it's a reasonable one like it's reasonable now to talk about will Russell Wilson Ever Clip Ken, Griffey junior in the Seattle sports and we're talking about the most important Seattle sports. Athlete There will be a time where I think he gets to that conversation and were just entering it now, but I think it's still definitively Ken Griffey junior definitively, the most important Seattle sports figures in Seattle history absolute. We talked about some of this yesterday and I. There is something about your youth that you can never shake correct, and so I do understand. They were going to be a group of. You'RE GONNA rattle my childhood. Tell me that it wasn't great. I understand going GONNA. Tell me it's not you. 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"griffey" Discussed on Brock and Salk

Brock and Salk

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"griffey" Discussed on Brock and Salk

"I'm doing well Michael. How are you doing? You have a great father's Day weekend. It was nice. It's nice to be with my. Lovely ladies in my life. Yeah, we had a great. Stays cool. It doesn't have quite the same. Importance as Mother's Day. Should not right I mean it just it's sort of and the fact that comes like a month later. Kind of makes it even less important. It's just sort of like this little. Tackle hat tip. Yeah, it's like an added Father's Day. Shower here, wife mom with gifts. Then it's dad's turn. It's like. We got you some golf tees. It's just like it doesn't have the same energy behind it right. There's no brunch tradition. Usually. DAD is out there cooking. You know grilling or something it just. It's a little different. That's all true. It's still really nice. Sunday, which is always kind of Nice. Now wasn't our. Heritage Open Sunday a lot of guys right by the leaderboard. Halpern I get to into dolphin, but how about Bernard Langer podcast? Go how this golf? It'll be about two and a half minutes. Out Hand. Senior tour, we're GONNA go. Korn ferry will wrap up PG if you're not interested in golf fast forward two minutes right now. How will that dude making the cut? He's a sixty two. Oh, that was the RBC. Yeah? I saw longer on the greenhouse. Ga! This a senior I'm out. Replay made the cut Oh. Yeah, we're longer I know. He's the King of Jordan made the cut to worry. Brock Jordan Jordan mythic mature, first place for a little while early. Day. On Thursday things away from him. After that we'll, we'll come back a little bit later all right? Years ago. Brock many many many moons ago. I made some people angry. This town by suggesting that Ken Griffey junior at age like fifty or whatever it was at the time and hitting like a buck, twelve should be benched. Put on the bench. People weren't happy about it. Michael minded me. The Ken griffey junior was a legend in this town that I had been here for like three months, and maybe I should shut definitive statement I think the mariners should sit Ken. Griffey Junior, not just against lefties. The mariners should sit him. He should change his role. He should no longer be the primary D. I'm not talking about dropping him down from third or fourth to sixth or seventh, the Mariners should sit Ken Griffey Junior. They should put him on the bench. He was the batting third or fourth. The show that day. I!.

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"griffey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"griffey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Griffey junior had a documentary that'll be network on Sunday night got really good reviews and one of the things that came out of that documentary was that he always had a hatred maybe that's too strong a word but animosity towards the Yankees now this stemmed apparently when his dad played for the Yankees back in the mid eighties and seemed like his dad didn't feel like he was treated all that well and that there was a moment where Ken Griffey junior was taken B. P. at Yankee Stadium or was around his dad I should say and was at Yankee Stadium and Steinbrenner clan or somebody within the organisation said George says you can't be here because you're not part of the team and they kind of made K. Griffey junior go back to the locker room she hates your dad is not you and then Ken Griffey senior pointed out that at third base Graig nettles kid was able take grounders and play around in so this was kind of a sense of there's some favorite guys around here and to my dad's not a wonderful and that can Griffey senior said you know what it's not my fight anymore I'm in my late thirties and I got a kid is gonna be better than me they can Griffey junior always remember this and said no matter what I will never play for the Yankees they could be they could have the most money I'm not playing I would play for them if they were the last team on earth he says this documentary from footage that was taken back in nineteen ninety five I don't think anybody do with that and I think what ends up being interesting about Ken Griffey junior is that we always positioned him as this happy go lucky backwards hat Julius ball player he brought so much joy to so many people he always seemed like he was having fun at least when he was young we attach ourselves to that but K. Griffey junior was not all that happy go lucky internally and certainly as he got older any injuries piled up in his years in Cincinnati you could tell that there was always still kind of an age and I found that interesting when I interviewed him at the super.

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'Long Gone Summer' Documentary Revisits Controversial 1998 Home Run Chase

30 For 30 Podcasts

09:27 min | 1 year ago

'Long Gone Summer' Documentary Revisits Controversial 1998 Home Run Chase

"Are joined by the director of long gone. Summer AJ SCHMUCK AJ. Congratulations loved watching that film. What does it feel like to have the film finally be seen by the world. I mean it's crazy. It's a been a long journey to get to this point, and it feels like a total miracle to have finished. With the pandemic and working separately with all my team so finally being able to get the film done and get it's ESPN. Feels like a huge accomplishment. Why did you decide to start the dock with the actual baseball's that mark mcgwire hit. Well is in part because we. When we met Todd McFarlane The Great Comic Book Artist Entrepreneur Who who bought all the balls or a bunch of balls including at number seventy. I just love the way he talked about the home run, and how it is something that really connects baseball fans to the game in a way that you don't get in any other sports so as soon as we like walked out of of interviewing him, I I turned to my producer, and said you know that's the beginning of the film. Is Him talking about what the home run in baseball means and how it connects fans, drinks have direct contact between Maguire's bat, and and the person who catches it. So that was that was great also has sort of the other. Bonus. Positive thing of reminding you that someone paid more than three million dollars. Baseball that's how big this was That's how much this took over the country that someone would would go to that extent. To own that ball. Having when watching that scene in Rhode. explained. HOW MICHAEL JORDAN HITS! A shot wins the championship. They go and bring him the basketball, and if if a quarterback breaks a record with the past, bring him the football, but with the home run. You literally hit into the stands, and you never see it again and it was sort of a way that the fan can take home a piece of the game in baseball. They can't other any other way. Way that happens with the home run, but then you did you hear him sort of articulate this, and then the question is asked how much you pay for it. It was just so much money that I wanted to know. How does this? How much are they paying people that bitter comic book illustrators, nowadays like what is the going rate for commentator Peter? How can this man afford this multimillion dollar baseball? Spun was very successful, but yeah I think. He spent basically every penny he owned and you know I I think in part. He did it because he he wanted to get into the business of making action figures for for sports. And and that happens I, mean he basically that was his way of getting everyone's attention in saying. Hey, I'm serious I. Care About Sports Let me make action figures, and and he did I think it was not only something that he wanted to do one thing that didn't make the film which I I tried to find a way to put it in, but he talked about how. His brothers are all baseball fans, one of the key excitement for him in getting the balls with just to be able to say I've got the baseball. As like well. You got three million dollars for that God. Bless Ya. I know that's right. The kid sweet swinging lefty King Griffey Junior, one of my favorite players growing up as Wa. Carry a bet to this day. was more of a factor. With Sosa mcgwire that people actually a realize. Can you acknowledge how his performance affected them? Certainly I mean one of the crazy things I think about that. Season was that people really went into it from spring training, thinking that either Maguire or junior were gonNA. Make this record. Both of them at hit and high fifties the year before this was an expansion year. Everyone just thought like this is GonNa happen went into the season, thinking that Griffey was was in it. You know right I think if you even remember the Griffey was in it. You forget that he was in it until late August when he had kind of a long slump I think he only hit one one home run and like twenty games and may still hits. Hyphen! which is a tremendous season that gets overlooked by what happened with mcgwire and Sosa, but certainly yeah I mean congruency. Junior had an amazing year that year and. It was in a in addition to to all the stuff. We remember of Sosa and mcgwire. He was. He was hitting the ball longer. In Maguire was sort of famously one of the bash brothers, and he had a great career while he was in Oakland with the athletes and Sammy Sosa wasn't as celebrated as a baseball player, and he said something in the film that really hit accord me, said quote ahead had to continue hitting. Because if not, they're not going to mention me. Why did you include that emphasized that and what that means you from Sami? I thought it was great. It Sammy acknowledged that he wanted to the respect. He thought he deserved, and he does that a few times I think in the film and I mean that's sort of a lighthearted way of like saying like. I turned on sports center at night and if I don't hit a home run like they're not gonNA mentioned. He wanted to be mentioned. He wanted to be acknowledged and I think that one of the things I hope that the film does Sami. Wasn't that well known outside of Chicago before ninety eight, but. That's in part because the comes weren't very good, but the Sammy was was a great player for the cubs. A thirty thirty guy I thirty thirty guy ever in cubs history. He was a top home run hitter in the National League for years. I was one year where he was on track to get close to the record. But was injured in in August so You know was a goal to sort of illuminate. The fact that Sami wasn't just somebody who like. Jumped out of nowhere in June of Nineteen Ninety eight that he meant something in Chicago before that. Implant in Chicago, the weather can be a factor. Do you believe it play as much of a factor as Sammy Sosa states. I mean all I can tell you that. We were there in May of last year to shoot the Saint Louis Chicago series in their. Earliest! May and it's snowed one morning. And I was just like. I grew up in southern Illinois outside the St, Louis and I love Chicago. Chicago is great, but I was just like hell though. Away being at the game it was cold. It was rainy and it was just like damn out. This is football. Weather's that I don't know but yeah. No. I definitely know He. He I believe in when he says he's. He was a hitter that did better when it got warm. Not that good of a hitter in the cold. Certainly, see see that that would be the case. Which I think is also in the film. You'll see you know one of the things that makes a Kerry Wood's twenty strikeout game. All the more impressive is that he's. He's doing it on one of those days, and the rain is coming down east going through like You know thirteen fourteen fifteen strikeouts that day, so? Yeah! It's whether in and regularly I think is probably no joke. With all of what's happening in our society in the world, not just in our country today we kind of have to look at things in stories in history, and currently through the filter of race. And how do you think race played a role in this particular story of mcgwire and Sosa and that summer? I think that people wanted to feel good about the fact that they liked this battle between these two guys who were from different cultures different countries. And different races. That probably made people want pat themselves on the back for feelings so good about it I think in part there still memories of what had happened to Hank Aaron and sort of the ugliness when he was. Setting the all time home run record. So people felt like. Wow, look at how far we've come to celebrate and get excited about the fact that this could be. A champion of homerun record that was held by either of these two guys. There's a somewhat famous. Cartoon! Where the two of them are depicted with their bats wall has been broken in the wall, says racist. You know like that. The two of them had finally solved this problem. They beaten it. And I think. It's just a you know. It's one of those times when. People have wanted to. Congratulate themselves for reaching a certain. Threshold and clearly all of those congratulations were way premature. And we're still. We're still fighting for it. I hope that the people. Look at this though as a story of these two champions, and can get some excitement out of the fact that they did come from different backgrounds, and they have very different stores,

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"griffey" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"griffey" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"For an ESPN NINETY. Three ninety four and economic four. So I didn't really know him and I just remember I type Met Him once with the white sox couple years before that and then so now he comes to us and I went in and introduced myself. So I'm and I tell you what I thought I could talk. We talked about so many things you talked about his family. I got after like we had a conversation at his at his walk. I think it was after workouts. Like an hour and Change. It was amazing and just Just a wonderful open for me that that I know I mean. He's a people person He loves the talk and and he loves his family and he and another time I went to put his home In my son we're doing some business. Brio mad our place from golfing. He's got every you know he's. His home is magnificent and he around. He's got he's got closets bigger than my first couple of apartments here in New York. So I mean it's He's become a friend and and you know when I had I went to my press thing. He he called his old man over to me. And you're GonNa be alright me through the process and everything so the Griffey's Griffey's a big of my book. I really so I tell people all the time you do too. I'm sure you know what's this person like. What's this person like? And they asked me about Ken Griffey Junior. And my answer. Always is you know what my personal experience wasn't great where you walk in his visiting a reporter that he doesn't know actually with the reds when this happened any remember him sort of corrupting humping at me a little bit and then him waiting because he's you know basically. I was standing over waiting for him to talk. I'm watching him interact with the clubhouse kids and they love him and athletic trainer and they love him and so the way that I came away and you know better than I do. The way it came away. Was you know what he he? He's lived in this fishbowl of attention so knuckleheads like me. You know he doesn't need folks like me But I so I can understand why he kinda keep me at arm's length but I tell friends all the time I guarantee you that if you're you his next door neighbor you would love him. 'cause you could see how is relationship was with people in the clubhouse. Yeah he's the he's the Best I've ever seen it. I've been lucky to cover a lot of sports. And he takes care of those guys at and he does a lot of stuff he doesn't WanNa be doesn't WanNa show he told me chapter and verse. About yeah. I was born with a lot of talent but I work my butt off and I was up in my batting cage at one o'clock in the morning and nobody saw me. And he he's he's grumbles the that'd take a lot of batting practice. Yelich four o'clock five o'clock he'd already done at one two o'clock. Am Come on and then there were many times. I'm totally in his first run through Seattle. That he was big with the children. You know make a wish. And all those kinds of groups and befriending kids and making you know just making them feel at ease and and walking welcoming them into the clubhouse and giving them everything and eat some now. He's he's fabulous in every there's no question all right. What was it like to to watch Felix Hernandez do work there artiste? I mean I grew up in the sixties. So you know I'm a Colfax Shell Gibson Guy This guy did a little bit different The change up The breaking ball is just ridiculous and then when when I got there no seven I mean he could hump it up. He was consistently ninety five. Plus and again you know I. I don't have this totals in front of me. But I can guarantee he should have at least eighty more wins on his window because there have been so he went one year where I think he broke our seaver record or something most games seven innings plus one run three hits and half and most of those games were no decisions though. Decisions or heartbreaking losses. He leaves the game with a lead. And somebody gives up to bomb to win at eighth and ninth inning mean so much heartbreak in his easy to root for and during that time when he had not support would he's pitched better to gave up to pit two hits and struck out nine. One what are you talking about? But he said I just got to do a better job. And he firmly firmly believe that best thing for him is the pitch at his optimum and be a great teammate. And I don't think in terms of being a team I never heard that word about Felix during my time with temps would've been like seven through this past year. Yeah you know what was really cool. was that After he signed that big contract he he lived in Seattle during the offseason. Remember hearing that from folks on the organization how unusual that was and again. It reminded me that what I was saying about. A junior and the reaction to the clubhouse guys never forget when Felix sign that long-term deal When he was getting are getting off an elevator yet the ball and they're all employees are waiting for them and they gave them a big cheer and he he began to cry. Yeah he did and I. I remember you know live here. I live here in New York so I saw that when they posted it online and I thought it was one of the neatest things I've ever seen in sports. You know. They put out online in a hole in all of SAFECO field to mobile fly. Everybody down to the basement going Felix comes out to the news kind of pretend you know everybody in the building. Was there a couple of three hundred people? And he. He shed tears man. It was It was emotional and it was really it just shows you how much he meant to. Seattle the other thing of. Course when they started the king's Court and when he was dealing man and he would have. They'd have those Blue and gold placards and people would come in and they charge a reasonable fee. You go and sit in the left field corner near the foul pole and where these gold t shirts. I'll never forget that before. They formalized that there would be a group of people down there and phillies would be. You know he'd be a six or seven bending and you'd have five or six strikeouts and I elvis. I this chant I'm going there saying KKK. And I said wait a minute I just said. Kkk On them on actually broadcast on Cape Ripa. Strikeout people write anything misconstrued here. You know what I'm talking about. Who is your big influences? And broadcaster got a lot Bill Campbell for one did the Phillies sixers enables in Philly. When I was growing up in the fifties and sixties and then the first guy I black man I ever saw do play by Do Sports. Anchoring and then play by play was bill. White dove courses a great first baseman giants Cardinals Phillies came to National League. President longtime announcer Prior to that longtime announcer with the Yankees and I remember when he was naturally president. I remember we got put together and we were going to have a meeting. He was GONNA try to get my name out into into the Into Biz. Try to get me a job. This is what before I got the job at the mariners but I I talked to him a couple times a year and I said bill you probably. You probably have no idea. This is going on but I pay tribute to you several times a week and say like Nelly Cruise when cruises with us the left that both God and my deep is the call he put on the Bucky Dent home. Run the playoff game. It's seventy eight grandkids. Not GonNa get it. That's a home run for Bucky Dent..

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Modern lifehacks

Pass It On

06:34 min | 1 year ago

Modern lifehacks

"Headphone shudder you. I'm trying I'm trying to Steve. The volume control on your smartphones headphones can be used to such release this way. You can take a picture with your camera without your camera shaking Christopherson brought by ferry. Andy Right WHA- okay. I know so the Plus Button. Yeah the plus and minus button. You hit for more in line in line remote control when thanks to camera can also click the shutter on your camera so you say your camera up somewhere tripolar slightly making something and if you if you act of pressing the sharp button with your fingers with. Chiku camera is we. Using a like effective August photographers would use a remote lease shelter. And you can take that. She can alternatively at airports. That does it. Doesn't you right attentively? If you have an Apple Watch then you can see on your watch. What camera you're seeing so up. Go back to join. The group praised the three second timer casually hands in your pockets having check the freemen. Take a job son. Drake Group selfie right on there. Like Saudi full Griffey okay. How many times of US Postal weekend zeal? Coney deal right. I'm going to is that. The is that the metric for us. I'm going to introduce an innovation to the puzzle and tips podcast. I'm going to stop just because it seems to me and for this week only I'm going to introduce a scoring system so I'm giving but them I'm giving that tip to Tim O. My God harsh. I knew Jake rival Harvard over but no I don't think I would use video of I understand. I can see saying but when when I said tips and hawks I meant clever little things what people have discovered and have found useful. No that's take that was invented by UPPAL as I was the operating system of a piece of technical but not everybody knows that. I didn't know that you'd iphone could do that. So I should apply. I think having no Shared the Katina for success with us. The had some guys life is about teaching house. You don't you're not gonNA clever whatsoever because you're not going to understand it whatsoever. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA go and Miss Steve. I can't read. I like Steve. Rc At lake. Steve Fake Tan move. I mean he's aisling ordered count so hard to get off and would deliver yes. Yeah Yeah exactly. So you kind of have to this. This is more of a story than a tip but I might let down to Monday. I'm going to have to explain. Fake Tonto Steve. And that's a whole entire podcast concept of. Yeah Okay So. It's hard to so if you want to take off an old layered and put on a newly are for an eye or whatever you have to take off so have you seen those scabby things that you get that you put the Lid Fadi. Let quit and two. They're totally several times. You say yeah so I use one of them. Like Scouts Scouting pods felt with victim over what she can buy an score and actually works. Very well obviously distill your tip to. It's very sick to get this stuff of your skin you know. Don't boss. I scar point. Leslie will bleed but once you take that many layers of skin on with with a this scatter ADESCO Dr. The delivery mechanism built into it. Sorta stop so. When you need to take de ton DEATON BEC- be Thanh on. But you want to take off on Morton which is against you back to the same place. I am the point right so use you wash vigorously with a fairly vigorous sponge like thing so uteck pint. Dusk is this guy with with the with the sun in the handle is being dispensed through the sponge. I think was it a such a thing as speak Tundra move. Oh Yeah I mean it's not belly and you still need to give up available. Spa Alpha also known to use 'em to they call it cream am I just couldn't stop. I've ever heard of the pink stuff. They'll top of 'em pink makes full like like scoping for like using on. Pvc and stuff of us. That and I'm going to have no skin left by the time in theory. I think it's a clever thing this scattered thing with the insight. I know feeling I was Louis really harsh. I was overly harsh. Calibrate your scoring system like trust you've been elevated to fool and I'm GonNa get you don't you all during the to your deck. Come on you're doing something that doesn't need done with something that sneak. John was on with the old fake ton. What's wrong with snobby? Look at Skopje known. What's on with not having just being you know so scotch. You're not giving me all you know. One did think of a one. But I'm giving you tonight. Okay can I. Oh you're going again. No score years. You certainly can.

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Bill aims to curb racial profiling by law enforcement

First Light

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Bill aims to curb racial profiling by law enforcement

"In store security will stop a person because of their looks rather than seeing them conceal an item it's a big concern we Republican represent dang Griffey likes the concealment change but once a study group to create implicit bias training guidelines before the law if passed goes into effect we need really need to make sure that we are profiling people's activities that is the theory not any other thing and there's still the question of prosecution if someone is pushing a shopping cart full of stolen merchandise out of the store I would hope that we

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The Power Of Words

Photography Radio

09:25 min | 1 year ago

The Power Of Words

"Hi everybody it's Karen Hutton. And this is the Wu. It's a little show that I do. That's all about out photography inspiration life and that beautiful blendi place where they all play together today. You WanNa talk about something that I feel. Feel really strongly about for a bunch of reasons. I'm calling this show this episode the power of words. I wrote an article for landscape photography. Griffey magazine Awhile back that we called the second most important skill you need is a photographer and you know what that is writing. Because is most every photographer I know is either an engaged amateur and enthusiastic hobbyist and emerging professional or full blown professional in every case they write emails social posts texts subject lines. Descriptions proposals resumes blog. Post articles talks byles Artist statements on my God. The list is long and of course. It's all dependent upon where you are on the continuum right. You're not necessarily going to do all of those things. But that you might. My point is if you're gonNA share your ideas and your vision. It means writing in about a thousand different ways. But here's what got got me going on this whole line of thinking. I often see photographer. Say I want my photo to stand on its own. I don't want to sully it with words. I WANNA leave it up to the reviewer to decide what they think what they feel about their piece of work and I get it. You want people to see your work arrive at their own conclusions and have their own thoughts. It's and feelings definitely fair enough. But here's the thing in order to even get someone to start your work long enough to come to their own conclusions. Have thoughts about about your work. You got to invite him in and unfortunately social media has made it so. It's not always enough just to have your image out there floating through a stream somewhere you have have to. Kinda create a world. You gotta blow in your audience's era little you now. It's about connection. It's about communication and invitation. People people love to be invited included in the inner circle and everyone responds to things a little differently. Some people are more verbal. Some people are more visual. Some people like booth and then not to mention if you're a professional artist not talking about it just isn't an option and one of the things I mean by talking about it is actually actually verbally talking about it. Like if somebody says will what do you do. And what's it all about and what's your vision behind your work. It's not that easy to talk about when it's your own work. If you notice that so writing about it helps you work out your elevator speech. You're dialogue what it is. You're going to say so that you don't ramble on and on and on and bore your people to death right so writing helps with that too. So here's a for instance. I just spend a day recently an entire day visiting galleries in New York City and a day day in New York City Galleries. It's not nearly enough but I sure did enjoy it and it also confirmed what I already knew. The written word was at least least as important as the art itself. In some cases it did a complimentary job in like say the description. The next question a lot of people ask. Which is you know? What is it printed on was done. What's the name but then their stuff about the artist because if you like the art and you WanNa know something about the artist. Who is this person. Where did this has come from. What is their vision. I'm having my own thoughts and feelings here. But what is. There's it's like a conversation that you set up it pretty much all happens in your viewers head Ed. But it's a conversation that you're taking part in by giving them a certain amount of information all of which requires writing. I gotta be honest. It added to it. Didn't detract attract from my desire to connect with the work. And even though I was there on my own reconnaissance gathering my own information for my own purposes there were actually actually a few pieces that I loved enough and then I bonded with the artist. I loved the vision. I loved what they're doing and I was like you know what if I were here to buy art. I'd buy this in a heartbeat and it was the combination of the words and the work and the whole presentation. Now I'll be the first to admit finding the right words isn't always easy Eh. But it is an exercise that can help your viewers understand you and your art better and in new ways. I mean like I said before I find it helps me understand understand my own work better because the right words make me see it in a whole different way and then I start believing in myself and the work even more. I'll be honest. I spent timing authorities to find those right words and synonyms and Antonyms. And when you know when you find the right words just packed with the right meaning it makes you go. Yeah that's it and it's the most awesome feeling. Nowadays we live in connection economy. We live in a connection society. Where having it and not having it have tremendous repercussions. So why would you waste an opportunity especially in photography where the competition is so tremendous to connect not just by I showing the work of your vision. You know the photograph but the words that resonate with it too because I am talking about a residence here. It's almost like setting up a little resonance field field. That attracts your perfect. Audience Your Lover's of you to your world and the image is part of it where somebody sees it as part of the things you say about. It is part of it. It's a package. It's world that you're creating and people will come to their own conclusion. No matter what whether you provide words or not But the more participation you have in that conclusion the better and the more irresistible invitations. You give out through your work in the words and everything nothing else. The longer they'll hang out in your world and the more likely it is they'll bond with it's just human nature. Here's another thing about this engaging with Art Or anything else for that matter but art is a huge one on multiple levels. So that means you know visual emotional. Mental Verbal tactile. You know whatever all these different senses. The more you engage people on all those multiple levels it activates more parts of the brain and then a single level of engagement. That may seem like a big dud to you but with all the research they're doing on brain function and brain activity these days. This this is an important one for an artist to know. They're talking about art to help. Activate rains in the health and wellness industry in healing traumatic injury and brain injury. Art Plays plays a big role and it isn't just visual. Because people need their words to and words do help carry it forth. I mean anything if you're a professional final photographer if you WANNA be a professional photographer or do anything with your work. Besides stare at it on your computer screen words are going to help carry it forward again. I said this this before but social posts emails descriptions texts artist's statement BIOS. I just had to say it again. You you gotta write it or hire somebody to and even if you hire. Here's somebody to write it. They're gonNA ask you for the descriptors for enough information so that they can write it and there you go again you gotTa have some words even if you hire somebody else the writing you gotta give them enough the story in words to write about it so there's really no escaping this. Here's another thing. I have a lot of things about this. You don't don't have a glass head. We cannot read your mind. Sure will come to our conclusions about your work without descriptions or without saying anything but one of the conclusions we might just just come to is. He don't really care if we care or not. And that's not such a good conclusion. It's like controlling the message. It's controlling the presentation. It's leaving no oh door unopened no stone unturned in your outreach. In your bonding potential with your audience. I'm not taking anything away from from the social stream. You still have plenty of time to grab. Somebody's attention without words. As our image goes flying by them. You will not be deprived of that opportunity. Trust me but give us all a reason to stay. Even if your photo grabs our attention give us a reason to stay and interact with it and think about it and internalize isn't gonna Ha. I never thought of that. Wow that's how they see ha. That is so cool. Tell us you care. Tell us you value our time and tell tell us. Your Y. that's huge. Everybody loves that and tell US words. Expression doesn't come in one flavor and understanding saying doesn't all happen on one level. You are a multifaceted interesting visionary. Tell us what you believe with all your heart and why it matters. Let us be bold over with y you create in the first place because that's the story will remember the one you tell us in about a thousand different ways in your descriptions ends in your BIOS in your artist statement and all that stuff. That's why we'll buy your work. Yes we love the work. Yes we want to have it around us. But it's the rest that fills it in tankers it in our heart and our soul and in our minds then we by the work as a reminder of the power of you because we want you in our lives and he gotTa have words to do that just another little way to think about words and I hope you enjoyed it and hope. Ponder it a little bit.

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When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

Ron St. Pierre

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

"O'clock when it comes to unanimous picks for baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter quite appropriately has the chance to be number two believe it or not there's only been one unanimous pick and we talk and you don't not Babe Ruth not Ty Cobb was Yankees closer Mariano Rivera he became the very first player to appear in every ballot when they swept four hundred twenty five votes in last year's election Ken Griffey junior was three votes short of perfection two thousand thirteen breaking the mark of five shy that had been set back in nineteen ninety two by Tom Seaver so we'll find out if Derek Jeter gets in unanimously because baseball's hall of fame class will be announced at about three o'clock this

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The Strengths Non-Technical Employees Bring to AI Projects - With Wijay Wijayakumaran of IBM

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

09:03 min | 1 year ago

The Strengths Non-Technical Employees Bring to AI Projects - With Wijay Wijayakumaran of IBM

"So we were wanted to begin for this interview was to ask you about how nontechnical professionals can advance their career in this era i think a lot of people are concerned that their jobs will be automated or that the technical folks will serve really kind of have the day and have the glory so to speak as as a i really starts transforming sectors would be your advice for non technical professionals john ought to start off by saying that nontechnical professionals type of betty boughten kroll in a adoption in organizations which in my experience some of the best adoption use cases come from these people they often think beyond the boundaries of technical the people can be a bone by hence they have an important crew ready all on the topic of AA on kick them compete for what stay media correction direction it's fear for some of the mole MD's just ones you know they'll probably read dumpy that fear but i'd say you know you need to look at it with it's an open mike you need to embrace it in fact recently i even heard the elon musk say that it's gonna be joining and so hey one of those things that's very pervasive needs to be looked at as a given around us on the more common as we go along so there will be no need to learn to embrace it you know i think probably most of the folks that listen to this show or pretty pretty well convinced that value proposition that you know this isn't something will necessarily be able to avoid here artificial intelligence is going to some industries faster than others some geographies griffey's faster than others is going to change the way that businesses operate treat their data teams operate etc you're kind of mentoring nontechnical folks she kind of tune in and be able to be a part of that i think a lot of them are kind of concerned how how will my career advance if i'm not the one who sort of writing the code food and you've probably seen plenty of that through your own career and i think your perspective there would be valuable yeah so the way that technology evolving and the tanks to the open systems open source movements these days there's a lot of depth of the layers etcetera becoming being easier they covered look at the layers at the deepest level of course there are scientists scientists and quotas and so on who local media but some of the tools languages and according etc whoever comes to adoption the first step is ending being the right place to plate that's about thinking whatever you do today how can i help you to do so i think that it does something where a nontechnical professional can start they can start adding value that space so in terms of learning you know how can they run that korea's in an era i probably look at it this way whenever we learn something new it is always based on the knowledge space or thing to have certain areas that they're good at certain things at that holds some being make-up's background so embracing a learning about it is there's an enterprising thanks for someone unique themselves so the kids have a non technical use it it can often be the area but in terms of that de domain expertise given me is so pervasive and it can be applied almost anywhere i'd say the first step is to kind of understand a from that domain perspective learn about adoption areas use cases bet you for sources the dates uh podcasts much for example is one of the fantastic resources that's available to anyone i use it heavily and particularly to get a a business perspective of can be quite do a great job there and talk to people talk to vendors as you get exposed to more of a stories learning of how others using it etc automatically mclean you begin to appreciate more of but some of the quarry details at the terminology the layers technology dave on it's not gonna make much sense but as you get involved in this little more all the little pieces calling into place and now the key thing that i'd say he's almost must tall nontechnical person to von secca the age to be enrolled in college there's always a team role all for multiple people to play these projects and could being tons of explaining the data could be in terms of having that the people understanding of the process the process understanding and uses understanding impact address so there's nothing like getting involved in the project and you know get them an honest insight into the workings of the project as well as the tools the technologies and ultimately of course you know what the can and cannot do the excellent you mind if i poke into some of those ideas what j. show great so i yeah i think this is really a good place to start here then obviously you have more personal experience in this domain than i you know when i think about the value of subject matter experts in nontechnical managers managers functional business leaders the kinds of people that are likely listening to a in industry the kind of people that have been with us for years certainly you brought up i think your first point was adoption in other words wear could i be a fit where where would we select a project how would we evaluate where i could could really help us i think probably probably a lot of other smart folks would agree with you that finding those opportunity areas for actually has more to do with the conceptual understanding of AI and a very good understanding of the business than it does a pure science perspective on machine learning neural nets themselves so kind of where where to find the opportunity fit i think is originally really important point in you'd mentioned how important it is to get experience with with an AI project will talk a little bit about kind of knowledge and experience and skills and and what's important to build on one of the area that i often think about and you may have more in depth feedback or a different perspective on this is in terms of non technical folks picking projects will find opportunity areas within the business as one also being able to i think as you were kind of hinting be part of an AI team team you know when a project kicks off whether it's a a fraud initiative or it's a you know product recommendation initiative for ecommerce company whatever the case may be they'll need any data scientists but they'll also need business people in the loop subject matter experts in the loop constantly to ask is this working is this is this is the interface where creating something that your team could use hey are the false positives going down are are the false negatives going down you know whatever the case may be in terms terms of how we're measuring success they'll have to be someone who isn't just an AI experts someone who who's working in the door and business who can constantly kind of be there throughout that process was that sort of what you were talking about when it comes to being part of AI project sort of being able to be the point person there were on that team if you will yet absolute looks like being able to be on the project from start to finish giving that visibility to the get a scientist a experts and saw you're probably taking the responsibility of running the project beep a day to day person there might be a a business focal point an exact who's a sponsor but he or she may not be able to be involved in it on a daily basis but then this this domain expert you know with the spiting to to be an informed domain expert you know has can be that could point to bring the requirement processed age the knowledge critical took suspect is interpretation of you know the floor exeter i'm ben you know it also gives them an opportunity they get exposed to on the dacian of but it will be the terminology the tools and each of those i i don't know if you didn't get for them to question and understand and get feedback where all the different bits and pieces together

Andrew Luck retirement: Here's hoping he finds peace and fulfillment in whatever is next to come

SportsCenter AllNight

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Andrew Luck retirement: Here's hoping he finds peace and fulfillment in whatever is next to come

"Colts quarterback Andrew luck retiring played six seasons in the NFL he missed all of the twenty seventeen season made one A. F. C. championship games the forty four time pro bowler with zero Super Bowl appearances and there are some people as expected Joe on social media and elsewhere that are calling into like a botched I think he's a disappointment I think that's fair to say but I don't think you can call a guy who was predominately injured and then played well when he was healthy Abbas injure looks kind of like a bill Walton to me now I guess bill Walton did win a couple of championships including one with the Celtics when he was coming off the bench but he had his career defined by injuries I think that's more lock then putting him in that Ryan leaf Johnny Manziel category which I just don't think it's fair at all no no no no no I. V. kebab that would they they got to an AFC championship game he made pro bowls as you mentioned and if you can't shake the injury bug well that's a completely separate topic if you want to call it a disappointment you want to call it one of the great what ifs in sports not just football but just sports you know sometimes I always wonder what would have looked like if Ken Griffey junior could have stayed healthy throughout his entire career in baseball those I think are fair conversations but this business that he is some sort of a bust com on people let's step away from the Twitter machine for a little bit let's get away for that to think this through a little bit before we start talking that noise you know that that were just pops like it's an evocative word it's you have an emotional reaction when you hear it but I I do think that it's disappointing I I think he's one of the most hyped quarterbacks to ever come into the league and to see him with zero Super Bowl appearances on his resume at least for now I keep reminding myself tonight Joe that Andrew luck story may not be quite done here mom because you know twenty nine years old whenever you retire like rob Gronkowski retires similar age you know not not that much older than and you lock in everyone says the same thing just wait until November in ground pool plug himself back into the New England Patriots in here we go so I would not be shocked to see a lot get healthy and come back but tonight certainly he signed it sounded pretty resigned to the S. and like he had given it some serious thought and I imagine I can only imagine how the colts organization feels you know after preparing for a season where they thought they were going to be Superbowl contenders with one of the top G. M. as in the league in Chris Ballard all of a sudden they have Jacoby per set as their starting quarterback after luck made the announcement colts owner Jim Irsay gave his reaction to Andrew luck's retirement right now we're just thankful about what Anders meant to this city I know a lot of a lot of range of emotions go through our fans and and that's a a natural thing that we can all relate to it was something obviously that we are hoping that might be something that that could have went a different direction but if he had a file is hard and and that's what he did and so again we have nothing but gratitude and thankfulness for for the blood sweat and tears you spill the as number twelve and part of our hearts broken and I

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Cleveland, Major League And Baseball discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Cleveland, Major League And Baseball discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Major League Baseball announcing today the blue jays rookie Vladimir Guerrero junior will become the youngest participant in the history of the home run derby at the all star game this summer in Cleveland previously the youngest was Ken Griffey junior when he participated in the home run derby in nineteen

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Mike Trout, Angels finalizing a record 12-year, roughly $430 million extension

Drive Time Sports

03:27 min | 2 years ago

Mike Trout, Angels finalizing a record 12-year, roughly $430 million extension

"Today might trout sign. The biggest contract in American sports history. Twelve years four hundred and thirty million dollars. Not only does he get the most money over the course of his contract beating Bryce Harper. But he also surpasses that Grank for the highest average annual value. No. Just saying. Wow. Oh, hi. Thank you. I like. Yeah. I crazy. And you know, why that sixty eight dollars a minute for the next twelve years. Would anyone make over a dollar a minute? Plenty of people would. But I'm just saying like how like it's not a huge percentage of people that make a dollar a minute. Sixty bucks an hour. Think about sixty dollars an hour. That's a ton of money. Yeah. Gene. He's getting paid crazy. Second right insanity. He's like Joel Embiid in the Hulu commercial, Hulu has live sports. Then they just throw money at him who has live sport that. That's my trout just hand me the money as I'm walking down the street because I'm getting unbelievable. But you know, what as a player? He absolutely deserves it as a baseball player strictly. The most gifted baseball player we have seen. Since Ken Griffey junior was in his prime in Seattle, and many people would argue might trout is better. But it brings up an interesting. Discussion. This contract empowers Mike trout to continue to do nothing for the game of baseball in terms of promoting it might trout does very very very very little to promote the game of baseball. And this contract empowers them to continue to do the same thing. The question is is that the right thing. Like is it incumbent upon somebody like Mike trout to promote the game of baseball. Should he be promoting the game of baseball? Should he make more appearances? Should he tried to be more commercials? Should he try to be on sitcoms or whatever it is host Saturday Night, Live, whatever they it is should Mike trout. Be more of an ambassador for the game of baseball because he's not. Four hundred thirty million dollars mean that he doesn't have to because if he's still worth that much to an organization, then why should he have to go above and beyond to promote himself? The angels in baseball. Or is it like, okay, dude? Like. You're getting four hundred thirty million dollars. You think you could? You know appear on a few more talk shows. I know they can't make him do that. I'm talking about the just the the public opinion thing. Do you think that he should nowadays game paid four hundred thirty million dollars over the next twelve

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"griffey" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Get twenty five of the sky, and you will have the best team in the history of baseball and Sam you've singled out this line to me when you article I've been very angry at an old out yesterday. Or I mean, I I don't do you. Do you obviously you're not going to share this information? But do know the scout like the ski where was anything redacted here? Do you know the scout? No, yes, I have I have that. All I have redacted that you had the it has not been redacted and said, do you happen to know if the scout is still like living and active? Don't put maybe I can I can look while. We're speaking calling. I got very mad at this scout. And we'll talk about the second reason that I got mad about this out. But I can I just divert the conversation of the first reason I got mad about this cout shirt. Which is let's everybody knows it's affected. Everybody knows we're going to now. Imagine a team of twenty five paying revenues fine. Got it. But I'm giving this out the benefit of the doubt. And assuming that what he means if you have a team of twenty five Ken Griffey junior level players than you have the best team ever, which is the most unnecessary thing to say, and I just think that sometimes when people try to use high purply their scale get so often they end up being extremely underwhelming a team of twenty five Ken Griffey junior. Where the entire bench is filled with Ken Griffey junior quality players and the bullpen. Every member of the bullpen is a kin Griffey junior quality player, and literally you have twenty five nine war players that would be the best. But now that you mentioned it scout. We shouldn't. That would be a pretty good team goal is to convince somebody to acquire Ken Griffey junior. You would not say a team of twenty five players like this, would you would say a player this good can make an average team a great team you try to convey that right? Or you'd say that it's like a team is hop or some TJ. Lemay Hughes would make the best team ever. Twenty. So you figure you basically fifty war gets you into the playoffs and you have twenty five players. And so if you manage to be so deep that you did have I mean, who is an who how many players in the majors could you say that a team of twenty five of them twenty five of them mind, you I'm not saying starters and rotation. I'm not saying fourteen of these guys, but you have all twenty five ever the down to the last guy. You've got an average player. How many players do you think in the majors you could say that about probably well if this out said the best team of all time he didn't say make the playoffs. But you figure there's probably sixty players forty players who twenty five players of that quality would make you the best player of all time. So what is this guy saying really is the first question, and I have this. He he inspired me to add an article to my file, which maybe I'll get to. Maybe I won't. I've got dibs though. Unless we talk about it right now, which we might talk about right now is what would you put in a scouting report about peak Ken Griffey junior to try to convey to your GM something that he doesn't already know..

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A Wrestling Fan's Guide To Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

Tha Boxing Voice

02:06 min | 2 years ago

A Wrestling Fan's Guide To Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

"And I'll admit I've been critical of his boxing ability at times, but that man has always got a chance with the best in the world because he has got this free. Freak of nature power. That is just I mean, it is like watching Vince Carter dunk. It's like watching Barry Bonds hit a woman. I shouldn't use very it's like watching a Ken Griffey hit home runs out. That was when I could come up with you know, it's like watching Michael Jordan play like LeBron play Koby play like the it is a leak a leak. I'm talking about in the world. There is no one else that could do what he does or earliest very very few a meantime, what he say point zero one percent of the world probably lesson that in. So I'm glad that got cleared up because while size can definitely add power with some people when you have that God given ability to knock a man clean out. His but knock is so out his body. It don't really matter. If you're if you're five even ten pounds less it, it's you know, you got that power, man. Yeah. Man. Look interesting to see that back in the ring. That's what we're all excited for this woman a little bit over don't forget to participate on our axe ceres accessories, basically is acts whatever fighter today will be seeing Eddie Hearn and Tevin pharma, and we're we're heading on this road. It's snowing out here in the east coast, Ron is on the train over to my neck of the woods. We're going to jump on the road and be out. And get you guys. The best interviews possible that we can get don't forget the hit that helps with the visibility of the show helps us grow. And let's snow your pre she ate the hard work that Monday through Friday morning show. Don't forget the tune in on our flagship show Thursday at seven pm Sunday at seven pm.

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"griffey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You know, why that would gosh may feel that's pretty fun. Well, I'm gonna throw one more gonna throw what more non non racing topic at you. Because of course, yesterday the afternoon, the hall of fame announcement and. I put out a tweet that it's gotten a lot of attention. It was kind of maybe kind of left. The fact that Marian Rivera becomes the first acclamation player is to be. Voted into the hall with one hundred percent hundred percent every vote every voter every single one voted for Rivera to get into the hall. And that eclipse Seth. Ken Griffey junior who. Fell three votes short. And I asked the question Twitter who who were the three that that chose not the vote for Ken Griffey junior. I if Ken Griffey wasn't a how do you fill out your ballot and leave Ken Griffey junior is first year of eligibility off your ballot. That that was a mystery to me. Always that thing that that nobody. There was always some commotion that just didn't seem to want it that you know, give that honor to anyone. And so maybe it's a sign of changing times and aging demographic the voters ship because it just seemed to be there were a number of head scratchers over the years. It just seemed like as I say, it was a thing where there was a group that that wasn't going to do with no matter what. One. That out. Yeah. Exactly. Well, the the best part of the press release because I went to I went to the hall of fame website. And I read the full press release and noted. One of the little oddities was that Edgar Martinez. Edgar Martinez and right holiday got the exact same number of votes. And it mentioned that in the inaugural hall of fame class. Honus.

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"griffey" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"He's at. Fifty six and Clemens is at fifty seven. So none of those three are getting any seventy five seventy five. But but every year, they're picking up more. So I I would never vote for any of the three and it has nothing to do with politics. No, it has to do with the fact that they use PD's, right? It's dis. Yeah. I don't I don't care about the guys politics. I'm passed all that. I'm post politics, the move past it, the well, it's so polarizing didn't matter. What side you're in? It's not, you know, you'll piss on no side. Yeah. This the fight amongst yourselves. The interesting thing, though, if you don't vote for Rivera, right? Gimme the argument not to vote find anybody should get in on the first ballot. That is the argument. Okay. Why? Because nobody ever has. That's such a hollow argument though. I mean, it's like it is. But I mean, I'm thinking seventy year old guy. I'm about thirty pounds overweight willing. Get in Iran or very it wasn't good enough for Tom Seaver. It's not good enough. Get off my line. Really, isn't that? Now, we'll see how many of those old guys don't have votes anymore. Ken Griffey did Ken Griffey not getting them for ninety try. But never he wasn't unanimous nine. Seven something unanimous. He's that we talked about it the other day, but it's not he can't he's not going to be because there's one guy that doesn't want that wants his name out in the lights. And that's all something ninety nine point nine nine percent. I looked at all the ESPN experts today and they all listed their ballots. Everyone had Mario of where everybody else is gonna vote for him. So one guy well, he's already going to get in. And if you don't understand hall of fame, you you can put ten people on your ballot. That means somebody will have put ten people on their ballot and not included. Mario rivera. It's impossible. You're just you're just a blockhead. Just an absolute you still think someone will do. And I still think somebody will do it. Well, you know, if you picture baseball writer in your head. What do you picture? Well, they're getting younger, but who do you picture posture, Bill Plunkett, Bill Plunkett? Yeah. Plug. It would vote for it is standard issue baseball. Right. But he would vote for Rivera. Yeah. I think I think he would. But you know, being a punk. If you look if you looked at baseball writer in the dictionary, Bill Plunkett picture would be the hundred percent. He's got bigger guy has a mustache. Hired right over season over gay the damn World Series. I've gotta work an expert seven. Speaking of Plunkett. Yes. Have you noticed that the dodgers are doing nothing? I mean, nothing. Yeah. They've made no attempt to improve the seem..

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Yemen: fragile Hudaydah truce needs worldwide support, says WFP

UN News

04:36 min | 2 years ago

Yemen: fragile Hudaydah truce needs worldwide support, says WFP

"The is an academy at N news. Thursday's announcement that a ceasefire deal has been reached between Yemen's warring sides in the key Red Sea. Port of data will make it easier to save millions of lives in the war torn country, the World Food Program or WFP has said in an interview with you a news. Daniel Johnson WFP spokesperson elevator who SEL explains. Or more such deals are needed to help severely food insecure. People in forty five districts across Yemen in how the international community should support it recovery in the long term. It's time to put the civilian in the interest of twenty nine million civilian first before a military or political priorities. What we from is agreement in data. I is a bit of use of the port in Yemen. Ninety percent of the food is imported and seventy percent of that food is imported via the audit the port in since when months we've seen a decrease of fifty percent in the number of ships coming there goes private company way with. Can the security situation? So you really want private companies to come back. You want to reassure them that that's going to happen is the union to play a bigger role in the processing of this aid and assistance in commercial goods coming through the UN will participate to the organization of that part. But on the top of the port itself. The governor aid of audit is one of the priority or agent for the World Food Program. A lot of people are civilly food assistance, and it was sometimes difficult to each them because of the safety situation in because of the fighting and now it will be easier to them. Also, thanks to that agreement under third one. Also is that potentially we've the goods arriving at the port that will give us an easier way to send that from the that the head of the country last month, we have between seven and eight million people this morning. It will be ten million people. And at the end of January twelve million people that will help us to reach the target to receive the food that people need and to respect you that food too. The different part of the country from data. So where can you not get to at the moment because you're reaching twelve million people very soon, you say, in fact, that's forty five states in the country where the situation is the more difficult because people are in the situation, including what we call liberal five. This is highest level of food, insecurity. In fact, those who are really very close to famine if not infamous exactly technically, that's like famine like in January, we we are to reach some of them that we've never reached in the past. But we also will come the fact that the different parties agreed to meet again, maybe early as the end of next month to districts potentially about other agreement other agents and other issues why important for the country. Can we have a ceasefire in on the part of the country? Can we have full access to all the country and very importantly the economy, and they're going to do this by getting private industry back into the country via who data that's your hope and also by oil sales. We need to. The currency. We need to inject back money in the economy de were actually in Sweden during the first couple of days of the tool. What was your sense of how things were going the confidence and trust from both sides? And also what was the trust from the international community. You talk about the help that the country needs to boost it central Bank funds. You know, we're talking about two three hundred million dollars minimum. So what was your sense of those two things? I think they have today. People understood the determination of Matin Griffey to UN special envoy for women. That's very somebody was very determinated to find a solution in into basically, the people in Yemen. And they have today we started to receive some information at all maybe something will happen in on the last day when you in secretary general came that announcement was of course, where we import on will con- by everybody, including W F B. Hopefully, we will see a similar results in the, hey, John or global weasels. Did you get a sense that the other countries that was present in Sweden were willing to? To make a commitment. I'm not a politician. It's not for me to respond to that. What's show is that thing that we see since a few weeks few months who worldwide agreement people say enough, it's enough. We've been too far it's time to stop that were to save a million people who can be safe today. They can miekel situation was the very difficult before the conflict. Now, the situation is the 'hamitic a huge amount of money. We need to be checked it I in two minutes report. And then to deployment of the local economy. I hope that some country will participate to that scene. It's not very important.

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US, President and Karen The Lehrer discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

US, President and Karen The Lehrer discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"The Lehrer is rallying after. Turkey's banking regulator cut the limits on, swap transactions, to deter short-selling at, the same time president Edwin is slapping higher taxes on some US

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Mickey Mantle 1955 Bowman card found in pack at National Sports Collectors Convention

Covino & Rich

03:41 min | 3 years ago

Mickey Mantle 1955 Bowman card found in pack at National Sports Collectors Convention

"This up the NATO wanna wanna say. The part where Pennzoil synthetics take motor, oil to a whole new level. You leave that. Part out every time I wanted you to say Most powerful is the travel time I give you the alleyoop slam dunk it that's, how, it works. That's teamwork awkward like I got to read the end of the commercial I thought. Lucky you want me to be Michael Jordan I'll take you to slam Nate. The switch to Pennzoil synthetics to day okay let's say Clark's. Phone call in Alabama to wrap up our last conversation which had to do with a really cool story. About a baseball card pack that was not open nineteen. Fifty five Bowman people put like five. Hundred bucks in there was a little, drawing a, little raffle someone gets this pack of cards and, opens it up and to. Their joy there's a Mickey Mantle rare car that the person was offered fifty thousand dollars on the spot that classic TV screen. Would background nineteen fifty five Bowman that you've seen you've heard class the legend of the Mickey Mantle. Card so my friend Barnado grownup had. One if you had a Cool car like that grown up. You're like famous in town for that baseball cars huge part. Of our childhood absolutely let's let's wrap it up with Clark's phone call in Alabama just the whole concept. Of a kid how much baseball cards and that sports. Memorabilia mental us what's up Clark hey. How's it going guys Hey so I, wanted to share my story about a little bit of. Karma you guys. Were, talking about getting scammed When I was, growing up I, grew up in the golden age, of the Braves I'm from Alabama and. So it was Dave Justice all those, guys and I. Was, a huge collector and I clicked another cards as well like a magic card, than you mentioned garbage pail kids well he, was also kind of the. Wild west of the internet at the, time and people were on forums all, the, time and, they, had certain foreigners you could go onto to trade stuff whether it be cards or anything else and and so The the, way it worked back then is, whoever had more, references the other person would send, their stuff I right so I noticed, that this guy wanted to trade an, XBox right so. I, was young kid wanted to play the new halo he he went through my, list of things that I had Griffey Dave, Justice McGuire all those guys. And he had tons of references so, I sent my things I to him, or the mail About a week later big-box comes. In the mail deals done right well I open the box Another box inside wrapped up, in bubble wrap gopher the bubble rafts there is a, cardboard box and in black magic marker, there. Is, an x. on it Oh you. Got you got got I Clark the ending was worth, through star but we appreciate that Let's, we belong to. Something more important the NFL season, but man oh man Get ready all fired. Up and the team that scares me the most being, a forty. Niners, fan Are. The, Rams and we welcome on the. Shell Pennzoil performance. Line ESPN NFL nation Rams reporter Lindsey theory Lindsey thanks for being on the show hanging appreciate that Thanks for, having crushed, for that. Guy, getting on that hard he deserves. It I bet Having the Russian. Because we. Didn't want to keep you holding Lindsey. Thank you for being, on the show casino enrich my, first question is about Todd Gurley he. Was quoted I I'm looking at ESPN on Instagram whoever said. Money don't.

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It's as if Wimbledon finalist Serena Williams never left the game at all

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

02:02 min | 3 years ago

It's as if Wimbledon finalist Serena Williams never left the game at all

"L a radio in los angeles on the call career home run number six hundred thirty four pools that ties him with ken griffey junior for sixth place all time the angels clobbered the mariners griffey's old team coincidentally eleven to to the final score tabasco ball where the bucks beat the spurs in summer league play eighty three to seventy five in overtime christian would had twenty six points from a walkie would a unlv product playing at home for the bucks plays mostly in the g league a year ago bucks when xp an action saturday night at seven thirty taking on the philadelphia seventy sixers to golf after one round of the john deere classic and silvis illinois steve kroft is your leader after firing a nine hundred sixty two yesterday that's good for a one shot lead over michael kim madison steve stricker is at minus one after firing a seventy yesterday he's eight shots off the lead when is it wimbledon semifinals yesterday angelique kerber and serena williams don't forget serena gave birth last september already she's in the ladies championship will take place tomorrow the men's semifinal that's later on today american john is ner take on kevin anderson couple of legends over on the other side of the bracket novak djokovic taking on raphael nadal again we got brewers baseball coming up tonight game two of the five game series the doubleheaders tomorrow by the way but game two of the five game series is tonight starting at five thirty here on wgm daynight doubleheader yes believe it's a split i'll double check the but i think they don't they don't do any straight double headers anymore like in days of your when i was a kid occasionally actually this one yeah you know what i don't want to speak out of turn i'm going to double check to see whether or not this is traditional double header daynight doubleheader but it likes to gates they do so they are back to back wow that is old school that is that is wow that's what we start yeah i had it in my head that i thought that it might have been a traditional in but normally most of the time they do the day night because you're right they don't want to give up the the split the.

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Laser pointer burns hole in boy's retina

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Laser pointer burns hole in boy's retina

"By snow kwami casino bringing bright lights and big stars to mountain view plaza this summer trace adkins and wilson of heart and air supply watch star under the stars at seattle's closest snoqualmie casino well we had a feeling that this first day of summer would be cloudy and cooler and that's the forecast mostly cloudy and around seventy five degrees today tomorrow cloudy and sixty eight and tomorrow night there's a chance of a few scattered showers we rebound for the weekend though partly sunny and seventy five on saturday mostly sunny and a high near eighty on sunday komo news time six twenty six the department of revenue is holding a safe deposit box auction today in kenmore you could have chance to buy a baseball that's believed to be the one hit by ken griffey junior for his first kingdom grand slam the department of revenue says they can't verify if it's authentic but they say it's believed to be the same ball griffey junior hit thirty years ago and again with the department of revenue says the ball comes with an article about the previous owner owner who tried to sell it for fifty thousand dollars with no luck so we have this ball that is allegedly the first grand slam that he had while in the kingdom and it is autographed by him and nineteen ninetyone and it's accompanied by the article of the previous owner who was trying to auction it off in two thousand and eight before he made it into the hall of fame today's the last day of the auction bidding starts at nine this morning at the james g murphy company and kenmore he bit in person or online but we're always hearing about the dangers of laser pointers now we're hearing the nine year old boy from greece burned a hole through part of his eyeball with one of those laser pointers doctors say his case has been documented in the new england journal of medicine today the boy damaged the region that helps recognize detail in faces and text while his other is fine doctors say there's nothing that could do for the injured i because the nerves were destroyed.

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"griffey" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"Almost a fatigue in advance like oh this guy is the best player in baseball from age twenty like we're not gonna have a fund and conversation yeah the next fourteen years because even you look at pool holes pools came up and and was not as good as bonds for a couple years or a rod played under griffey shatter the the shadow the of mcgwire and sosa nat sort of back half of the nineties kind of player and is just it from day one and i wonder if not having the that same there you know you know there might have been some resistance because we weren't used to him yet when when he was actually the best player in baseball although there there wasn't really that with with judge last year so outright yeah i don't know what it is it just feels like you can i find the best it's sort of like the lebron role right like the best player in in the game among normal people you know we can have that conversation i find that conversation interesting certainly a lot more interesting than trying to find ways to elevate whoever it is the moment whether it's harper donaldson her bats up to up to trout's level yeah and i think it passed it partly be the playoff thing the fact that he is taking tober off most ears and it's an interesting conversation to have now because of what's going on in basketball i mean i don't know that we necessarily want baseball to work in a way where trout carries colquhoun to the world series for eight straight years but it would be nice if he could at least make the playoffs from time.

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"griffey" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Almost a fatigue in advance like oh this guy is the best player in baseball from age twenty like we're not gonna have a fund and conversation yeah the next fourteen years because even you look at pool holes pools came up and and was not as good as bonds for a couple years or a rod played under griffey shatter the the shadow the of mcgwire and sosa nat sort of back half of the nineties kind of player and is just it from day one and i wonder if not having the that same there you know you know there might have been some resistance because we weren't used to him yet when when he was actually the best player in baseball although there there wasn't really that with with judge last year so outright yeah i don't know what it is it just feels like you can i find the best it's sort of like the lebron role right like the best player in in the game among normal people you know we can have that conversation i find that conversation interesting certainly a lot more interesting than trying to find ways to elevate whoever it is the moment whether it's harper donaldson her bats up to up to trout's level yeah and i think it passed it partly be the playoff thing the fact that he is taking tober off most ears and it's an interesting conversation to have now because of what's going on in basketball i mean i don't know that we necessarily want baseball to work in a way where trout carries colquhoun to the world series for eight straight years but it would be nice if he could at least make the playoffs from time.

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"griffey" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Collectibles and there's a lot of research on collectibles in in in general it's hard because many of the fine collectibles have appreciated it's easy look back and say man i wish we're talking with van sure about that mickey man or batman number one and i was a huge collector as probably many people are age were because that was really win baseball cards and a lot of collectibles kind of exploded in popularity right in so probably anyone that's the age between thirty and fifty you'd probably remember the 1989 ken griffey upperdeck card or when baseball cards really hit they're sorta peak in so i had had a bunch of comic books by the way this my mom still has thank you mom for listening but we went through at one point when i was younger and catalogue all of them and price them out and then of course she came down from the addict she's like oh i have some comics up here and sure enough or comics were worth more than like all my combined who is somewhat boy comic from like the 50s or something and on top of that she also bought like the jordan rookie card when we were collecting because she liked basketball on my brother i like base so just goes to show that investing in what you know usually a usually can work out so springcleaning on top of that is a good good piece of advice we're way off topic what's it was tied back to your coin you'll quick what does your plan for this is this to something that's going to be beautiful free to hold forever are you cannot had this priced every five ten years as investments loyalty media is i think is is in the category of collectibles i think it's kind of cool different amine it's not something that you can go down to seven eleven and buy anything with it you know i i don't love the argument that a lot of people the my gold bug friends do where the armageddon at least you have some gold or something i mean come on its i mean this is a numismatic it's not bullion either way i don't believe that otherwise too by the way with with bull in but it's just something cool to have a i've always.

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"griffey" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"Turned it around the bible is convicting the bible is freeing come on let's hold up our bibles with stand up and let's testify the powerful presence of god's word in our life come on hold it up with sadist together this is my bible komo set this is my bible i am who had says i am come on what it says i do i am go anywhere it says god's word is mirror for my soul god's word is see phase god's word is light for my god's word of our bigotry god's word is freedom for my life when i read got were brings joy when i hear me when i memorize for your buy when i quote were fees were griffey's success when i were i hey we hear it walk in the word love to say stay in the scriptures we got to put that on a tshirt seventy write that down anyways we don't just want to say it we want to help you do it so we have this resource that's going to help you stay in god's word.

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"griffey" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

The Bullpen with DA

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA

"Where does die we just want to go have it covers a junior and we find out about somebody vandalism at his dacha van but some crazy people out there i'm glad you know the the citizens of seattle stepped up and got the dude that screw the sky but uh why in the first place i don't get it talking about a new source still man we went right to the source on this one we should have broke the news you know on facebook the other day i i posted a story about this ken griffey jr thing and i said something and i'm serious i want to see just for this case i wanna see eye for i rules in america this guy cut off juniors bat no ato why what are you going to cut r y now we're not going to cash create them you don't do that any man cut off his fingers something something i go briefly for bronze of let's bronze them if we made him gold be goldmember ken griffey jr news aside blitz started off all leading us dear there was a report the other day that major league baseball is interested in expansion to thirty two teams what is your immediate thought by media thought is are we at the police right now were were prepared for this are we getting bigger as an industry is our demographic getting younger and where obviously.

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"griffey" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"griffey" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Ritual there participating in you know you mentioned it in your podcast about the fact that these eight people talked about griffey put him up on stage and you challenge their ideas their ideas will be shown to be bad and that assumes two honest brokers yeah these people are not honest brokers they're not interested if their ideas are bad are not now they believe for them they are not open to questioning that feminism is a mental illness in a that's what they wanna here and that's why when you give people like this a platform all you're doing is encouraging them normalizing them and potentially giving them more people who will listen to them future ya you know i want to ask you about the kick a stand he flag thing because i do think that genuinely some group of people and i we it's hard to know how much but some number of these people do think this is making fun of the identity politics of dna wide nationalist like they think it's a good satire that on the other hand one might argue that so convenient cover for what's going on what's your view on that i you know the person who iced the person who had the kurdistan he flag asked the question you know iso i've actually heard this person you know i've actually i actually kind of have some insight some level insight into areas he certainly didn't seem to take himself very seriously it didn't seem it it it from my first perceptions did not seem to be like.

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