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Opinion: The Phoenix Suns Are Old School, and I Like It
"Like three point. Shots i understand. We all have to evolve and adapt but the phoenix suns are a little old school built through the draft. Lot of mid range. They they played almost all the games. Everybody's kinda got a define role. Their big dozen shoot threes. Their point guard chris. Paul is not a shooting point guard. Like i'd like phoenix. They feel like when you play. They feel like twelve years ago and allah lot of times. We talked position. Let's basketball but i like positions. I like guys to know what they do. That's what i see when i see phoenix. What do you see. The sons agree with you. Know i own assay reach out to james jones. He was not rookie in indiana back in the day so think we told him well and you know how to structure with monty williams being the oldest school players who kind of the dna like those two guys right. You know You know when we came up to your point. Twelve fifteen years ago. It was all about people being specialists in certain positions and certain things. And that's how you knew night in and night out which you get from certain guys right right now. The game has changed. So much was position as basketball. You don't know what you're gonna get so you don't. You don't know what you're going to get. You're gonna get a lot of inconsistencies in different things like that. So it's a good thing to see kind of old school basketball. I mean they obviously still should the three a lot. That's obviously something more of the new generation. But you know. I really love watched love watching them play because you know everybody brings it. Every night. they played really really hard. And i think that when you play hard you know good thing happened
Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal
"You're in the know oil. Low fat camp i presume alba's understand that and why you arrived that a bad Conclusion yes yes. Okay well this is you know. You have the paleo kito folks who are not that scared of fat and you know and then on the other side you know you have this like whole foods loaf No oil low fat folks. So there's problems with fat namely saturated fat and we know. Trans fats are carcinogenic. And in bad and they're coming out of the diet but saturated fat is another problem that increases your cholesterol by decreasing. Ldl receptors in the liver. So you don't get as much elliot pulled out. So we know we know saturated fats bad but what about oil so oil. Is the coca cola hidden sugar in coca cola of the fat world. Okay so what. I mean by that. Is it's hidden calories and so when you go to the restaurant and you order fajitas for instance you say if he as healthy i'm just gonna order veggie fajitas and it's going to be on a flower and i'm gonna eat it and it's going to be super healthy but you get it and it's dripping oil. Which is i forget. Maybe it's like one hundred and twenty cows per teaspoon tablespoon of oil. And so you're just going to get extra calories now all of oil and vegetable oils When you compare them against animal. Fats are studies. Show that they're they're healthier. They're healthier for you like when it's a head to head comparison you have your lipid profiles in your body are better when when you're when you're eating oil as compared to an animal fat yet but but there again once again so you're gonna usually when people are switching to a plant may side. They're trying to lose weight and get down back to their eighteen year weight and when you hit a plateau you gotta first thing yet check. Is that oil.
Protests Flare After Police Kill Black Man During a Trafic Stop
"But Chris Foster protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota outside Minneapolis or the police shooting death of a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop. We saw rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department, State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. Police say the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest and was shot getting back in the car to drive off. President Biden meets with members of Congress today from both parties about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker balked at the price tag on ABC is this week way to have for me, Transportation Secretary P Buddha judge said on Fox News Sunday. We don't have a lot of work to do to persuade the American people that U. S infrastructure needs major improvement. The White House has really state by state numbers outlining the dire shape of roads, bridges, the power grid and affordable housing boxes. Time to J powers. Americans listening to Fox News. Going gorgeous. Yes, Tom. So you deal when
Man shot by Minnesota officer in traffic stop crashes, dies
"I'm Julie Walker protesters clashed with police overnight in Minnesota after a twenty year old driver is shot by an officer and then died a large law enforcement presence remained in Brooklyn center early Monday with the unrest spilling to neighboring Minneapolis there are more National Guard already moving into the city to supplement the ones that were already here Minnesota department of public safety commissioner John Harrington also says the shooting investigation is ongoing we use the body camera will take statements our BC a forensics team did go out and do a crime scene survey and take care of evidence police say they stopped Dante Wright who had an outstanding warrant and they tried to arrest him but he drove away that's when he was shot it comes as the community is already on edge from the trial of Derek show been accused in George Floyd's death I'm Julie Walker
The Personal Journey of Angela Harrington Rice
"Anthony. You certainly are renaissance woman. And like you do tell us what inspired you to create widow wayne. Well what inspired me was. Probably one of the most devastating Things in my life. My husband made his transition march. Twenty four twenty fourteen and i was just devastated devastated. I just thought my world had just fallen apart. I couldn't see myself going on Empty nothing brought me joy. And i guess you could say i was. I was pretty much depressed. And i look for hello and was unable to find it I reached out to people. Who admonished me for feeling the way. I was feeling. Because you know if you're a christian you're not supposed to mourn you're not supposed degree in mind as wet and so And so i kept looking you now with even though things like you know don't Don't cry your your ministers It doesn't look good. I mean all kinds of things in the on the internet which Sometimes my best friend on the internet. I found this organization called camp widow and i went to a A camp in tampa florida and everyone who was a part of that organization was either a widow or widower and so it was so comfortable. Because you knew what. The other person felt You know exactly their feelings but you knew that they had lost someone important. You knew it was okay for us to cry. We cried together. We are stories on there. Were person there to minister to us in terms of Sharing some healing modalities that they thought would help us. And so i just felt so at home in so comfortable and it was the first time i felt like i was getting some relief. So when i came back to atlanta i thought oh this would be a great opportunity or i could fill a need for people in atlanta. The woman who had lost their significant others and the interesting thing was it was a help for me. I think i needed to find women who wedge shared similar ernst and so and so. I started this group on June twenty fifth twenty fifth team which is My wedding anniversary and I think one person showed up. But i kept doing it until showed up and it was wonderful. Having these women's talk we shared our stories about our husband. We shared how they made their transition. We shared feelings and we connected with one another And so and we're still connected to this day the first group and so over the years It will be what i don't know i'm not gonna count in my head but it's been a few years now that we have continued on to go full with organization One of the things is just. I learned so much through my own experience. A widow in olive. The reading i've done. And recently i became a licensed grief coach and so one of the things that i know is that it is important to talk about it sometimes. People don't wanna talk the as it think that no one wants to hear the story and so when you come to widow away when you're part of that we know what the story you know. We know we're going to hear your story. We want to hear your story. We wanna listen and so we wanna comfort and in a so wonderful place where you can cry and no one is going to tell you to stop crying you. We're just gonna be there for you
Chris Kennedy and David Weber discuss their new book, "Into The Light"
"Today i'm interviewing david weber. Chris kennedy there. How are you doing today. I'm doing fine. Except i think a another dominion another another dimension on timing but aside from that all is good excellent So can you tell me about your books about our collaborative books because we only have one of those. Yes i know that you have. You have more books outside of that too. So if you'd like to talk a little bit those two okay. Chris sure Although i'm i have a few traditionally published works i'm predominantly an independent author publisher I've got about thirty books on my own as well as forty published short stories Almost all of those are science. Fiction and fantasy Also published over two hundred other books through the various imprints of christianity publishing at Unlike the pusher you were just talking to. I am simply a supplier. i Have let sixty seventy Traditionally published books out I guess the two that people know me for our the honor harrington series with bain books and the Safe hold series with tour But i also have some fantasy scattered through their primarily military science fiction. Although i actually think of it almost as political science fiction because i spend so much time in the nuts and bolts of the politics of my various liberate. Worlds right so actually. Can you talk a little bit about military science fiction. You said political science fiction. Because i before starting your book no idea that this was a genre and i know how is not notice but well into the light actually bins jonynas just just Just oil yeah. Yeah the only other thing. I've got that really came close to that i think is In theory born in which i Pair a female commando with The last surviving. Greek fury but Military science fiction is science fiction which is primarily in which the conflict is primarily centered around A military conflict not simply social dynamics or or philosophical You actually have people shooting each other pretty much In terms of it The reason that i said Political science fiction is that there's military science fiction. There's what i think of as militaristic science fiction tony bain actually coined that term for me. Militaristic science fiction is written by people who just went to write something. A lot of people get shot. I mean it's at is written by people who frequently don't understand how the military works at all in real life How politics impact The military so when i'm writing military science fiction i try to give the political background that is driving these people to do something as inherently Not saying as shooting other human beings if you follow what i'm saying. Yeah i typically just stay with the military side I generally don't get into the politics as much However with twenty years of being a naval aviator i do have a a decent idea of how military's work out. Show off help. Okay and well in david does too. I mean he's done so much research on military things that i'm sure he knows you know a a wide variety of military's that that i've never looked at so in. They're they're all pretty much the same under the skin in a lot of ways. Somebody just sent me a a pay stub from a roman legionnaire. That they absurd. I saw that. No i saw that thing. Yes they excavated at. What's left of the pay slip of a roman legionnaire from the from israel in And it's all about what he had to pay the quartermaster. For food and everything else. It turns out that he got paid. He paid the quartermaster and he was flat broke again. Some things don't change a lot okay so you were talking a little bit about it already. But what is your collaboration process. Look like in like there's different perspectives in this book's one of you gravitate more towards the perspectives or Okay i do collaborations with quite a i. I am somebody who is in one. Its comfortable doing collaborations and in another sense. Not i am not. I am not comfortable doing a collaboration in which somebody says okay. I'm going to put my name on the book. You write it I'm going to be involved in collaboration. I'm going to be hands on which chris found out i expected to. I mean it was your your you know your series to start with And i'm i'm kind of the the squatter in it so i. I knew that you would have many ideas for where the series was going to go and what it was gonna look like And i came in welling came in willing to work within that framework.
"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"I'm looking down as a narrow alley. And there's maybe i don't know how many there were six or eight bulls charging right at us and i'm on my. I chose to be here. No one i did this on my own and so anyway my all the polls coming. I'll go get out of the way. And so i sorta job over to. There's a fence on the side. I start climbing the fence to safety. So you can be above where the bulls are going to run. And then these sort of two things alerted me that something was up first thing. Was that friend of mine. Who had done this with. He had he was smarter than me he already. He was already on top of the fence and he has this just sheer. Look of terror on his face as he's looking back at me seeing the ball behind me. I thought that was way behind me and then instantly this bowl like wash right undermine is this bull was going from. He was like rock and his head up and everything and it was. It was pretty close call and the sort of metaphor that i draw out of that in the book is about how i have really misjudged my situation. Mom there were things. I knew about the bull. I knew the bullhead horns and bowl was really big. They didn't know that the bulls fast. And that's one of the bulls like it doesn't matter how fast i am relative to humans. I'm really slow. Compared to those are so fast and so that was the sort of comparison drawing. Is that a lot of companies. Think about their security program. They don't necessarily even understand the alley that they're in with the bull running at them. They don't necessarily understand the the bulls strengths. And that's where threat modeling comes in. Because what you're trying to do trying to understand. What are the strengths of your opponent. What our own strengths and weaknesses. Like again my my speed doesn't matter because it's both faster than me. Just joke though. The did enough to you made mr thaw. Don't act it out. run the ball. I just started out. Yeah he probably did think that actually man but yeah so that was. That was sort of what i what i drew out of. It was the the metaphor of understanding what you're up against. And when you get your threat model. It's sort of like walking into that narrow alley not realizing the situation that you're in which is exactly the mistake that i made and my hope is like okay. Well let me show you this ridiculous story. That actually happened and sort of extrapolate the lessons for what other organizations should do. I thought it was great. He's absolutely on. Its own a great story and it is just like it's like bulls can collaborate and she gives you get out of this. It's a bit like security. And i thought that was great inside. Look for me. I mean that s gamble. We'll be flashing. Do if he can. We can flash. This flashpoint holds a bit. Where can we find out more about you. Follow your in and everything so that we can show people it. Probably the easiest would just be to go to hackel. Book dot com. Anything that we talked about. Today you could access their so. People want to follow me on lincoln or twitter..
"harrington" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"So i'm more than made up for my coverage. I just like that. 'cause you straight music guy. I just lost the kinds of the way it was just like i just and it's apply late. You say what it does is it shows. It shows a few things to me. It shows that you following a almost a formula day. aren't you really saying okay of go and look the system and now we're gonna find a way game in not system. Gotten past that system you find the vulnerability in in in the in the network really. And i love the way that you apply that to the human side of things as much as you would to To an or or whatever you just you've got the technically it all applies right across. Yeah and that's one of the things. I was trying to do with. The book is to really as many ways as possible and this goes beyond the book. This is what i try to do. Anytime i'm talking to. Anybody is trying to you constantly. Think about how do you describe the ideas in different ways until eventually something clicks for somebody for a lot of people. The technical concepts are are really confusing. You know it's like what are all these technical terms a buffer overflow things but if you can conceptualize it like okay. You're talking to a person and you need the person that give you information. Okay i can conceptualize that and what was interesting. Even this particular bar story. As i was preparing it in the writing process i actually went to bora sat down with this pre covid. I went and sat down with one of our security analysts. And i was like what happened here and so we literally broke down the whole story and this individual super smart guy definitely resources. I was really happy to lean on through the course of this process. He helped me point out like okay. Well this part is kind of like this other thing and that was a really fun and collaborative experience to go through where both of us who really do focus more on the software side of security could say well how can we extrapolate this human process and and make these things fit together so that they can explain each other and so yeah i. I think there's a human side that that struck me when you were talking about pen testing on bringing an external expert uneven rarely when we were talking about like you say about the. I lost a whole chapter about threats and the different types of we've got inside threats accidental threats and to do it really. Well you need them. Just i was looking at those. You need 'em creativity. The comes with being a human in or the way it's the tax all day but but but like in the barak sample like these in the. It's the human side of things it's just. It just gives it thought added something that makes it more special more effective more suitable for that situation. And i love that. Come from really from sony. I would consider to be a very technical. And i mean that was..
'Game of Thrones' stars Harington, Leslie welcome baby boy
"Everyone should be happy with Cirie stars Rose, Leslie and Kit Harington have welcomed a baby boy their first child together. A publicist for Harrington confirms the birth. But it's providing no other details. Other than that Mom and Dad are very, very happy. It's the first child for the couple, both of 34 years old and married in 2018. Their relationship began in 2011 on the set of HBO's game of Thrones, where they played a pair of star crossed lovers. Moscow Wells gave a real It's a game of Thrones, ending that everyone should be happy with
'Game of Thrones' stars Harington, Leslie welcome baby boy
"A celebrity couple has welcomed the new arrival it's a game of thrones ending that everyone should be happy with series stars rose Leslie and kit Harington have welcomed a baby boy their first child together a publicist for Harrington confirms the birth but has provided no other details other than that mom and dad are very very happy it's the first child for the couple both of thirty four years old and married in twenty eighteen their relationship began in twenty eleven on the set of HBO's game of thrones with they played a pair of star crossed lovers I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Rose Leslie Gives Birth, Welcomes First Baby With Kit Harington
"Game of Thrones. Couple Kit Harington and Rose Leslie, who announced in September that they were expecting their first child were photographed in London today with their new baby so wrecked your Harrington and Leslie didn't return Page six is request for comments. But there he was holding a grocery bag and she was sitting holding the baby. So there we go.
Student Loan Forgiveness: Democrats Debate How Much To Cancel
"Five million americans have student debt and president biden has promised to do something about that. He's proposed cancelling up to ten thousand dollars per borrwer. Democrats in congress are pushing for more though fifty thousand dollars per person. Here's npr's listen Joe biden has made it clear one point six trillion dollars in federal student. Debt is a problem but the question of how much of it to cancel is still on the table. Let's take a look at the plan. The president supports cancelling ten thousand dollars in debt per borrower or. Who have the lowest suit deaths are the ones who struggle the most adam. Looney is an economist. At the university of utah he says not all debt is the same borrowers who completed. A bachelor's often have higher debt burdens but are able to pay that debt back. The ones really struggling are the ones in default. When you're in default government can take your tax refund part of your paycheck when you get older. You can even lose part of your social security. Roughly eight million borrowers are in default and most of them have less than ten thousand dollars in debt. The amount that you borrow is largely dependent on how many years you will often students who drop out after a semester or a year or two just on accumulate very much dead. If you never got that degree you can't get a job to help pay off that debt. Looney argues that anything higher than ten thousand cancellation runs. The risk of awarding borrowers. Who don't need help. He points to research that shows thirty. Six percent of student debt is owned by the top twenty percent of income holders but income is different than wealth household was student debt. Tend to have the least amount of wealth. That's the value of all your assets minus debt. Now let's take a look at the plans to cancel fifty thousand dollars in student at senators elizabeth warren and chuck schumer among those behind. This idea. they say a more forgiving cancellation policy is also about racial justice. And would target gaps in wealth especially among black families. Black households are more likely to have student debt and more of it than white or latino families. The debt crisis in is dish. Proportionally impacting borrowers of color and communities of color. Black borrowers in particular ashleigh harrington the senior policy counsel at the center for responsible lending. So when we talk about cancelation we have to start their black borrowers. She says can struggle even if they get their degree. Thanks to racism. In the labor market more debt cancellation would give them a up. You have families were the color who have never been able to build wealth. They don't have intergenerational wealth fender having intergenerational deck many black and latino families missed out on ways to build wealth in the past like homeownership and job training programs due to racist policies researchers who study and talk to student. Loan borrowers say now student. Loan debt is thing. That's holding them back in a forthcoming report. The center for responsible lending black borrowers. Who would have all of their debts. Raced at fifty thousand was forgiven. Have median assets worth just seventy six thousand dollars in most cities. That's not even a house and of course there's the pandemic we are in the list of a crisis it and so we're for the place where count out. Inauguration gonna cut it regardless of the dollar figure most advocates. For cancelling say the thing that makes it so appealing is it can be done by the president through executive action without congress. President biden has long said he'd prefer to use legislation but in early february. The white house signaled it was willing to consider doing it with the flick of a pen.
Roslovic scores late goal, Blue Jackets beat Hurricanes 3-2
"The blue jackets win for just the second time in their last five games topping the hurricanes three to Columbus native Jack Roslovic scored the game winner at the fifteen twenty four mark of the third doing so when justice six game with his hometown team after the jackets acquired him from the jets along with Patrick lining last month Scott Harrington opened the scoring late in the first period to help Columbus get revenge following a controversial loss on Sunday it feels good it feels like you know we've been kind of struggling here lately to really find a groove and Michael good to have a couple things go our way and will definitely exceed those two points Nino Niederreiter and Brock McGinn lit the lamp for Carolina which fell for just the second time in its last eight games I'm Danny cap
The Social Side of Stuttering
"So today's the inauguration which got us thinking about speechmaking and speech itself president elect. Joe biden has spoken publicly about his childhood stutter. An estimated one percent of the world's adults stutter so in the us that translates to three million people speech pathologists. Naomi rogers one of them might name. Is naomi rogers. I am an assistant professor at the department of special education and communication disorders at the university of nebraska. Lincoln stuttering is when a person repeats or prolong sounds syllables and words causing breaks in the flow of speech or disfluencies. Often it begins in childhood. Childhood stutters disappear. Some stay with a person. All their life. Naomi describes stuttering as a social phenomenon. Stuttering tends to only occur in the context of other people people who stutter tend to speak really fluently when they are talking to themselves when they are talking to their pets when they are singing when they're reading in unison with other people. Scientists don't know exactly what causes stuttering the research is increasingly linking it to genetics in one. Study two thirds of people who stuttered had a family member who also stuttered or use to stuttering likely rooted in neurobiology and the actual mechanics of speech. When biden is sworn in as president. Today he'll get a very important speech but it's actually different speech that naomi keeps thinking about from thirteen year. Old braid and harrington who was invited to endorse then candidate biden the democratic national convention in august. Hi my name is bridges harrington nine thirteen years old and without joe biden. I won't be talking to you today about a few months ago. I met him in new hampshire. He told me that we were members of the same club. We we stutter. Was really amazing to hear that someone like maybe became move about advice para para President just listening to it. Just now for the mtv times goosebumps Again just thinking about the pervasive narrative that exists in our society that You know stuttering openly. is not desirable the fact that he was able to just be himself talk in his most. Authentic voice was incredibly huge today on the show the social side of stuttering what it feels like to stutter as a kid and to hide it and how speech pathologists new me. Rogers is pushing for a new way of thinking about it. Altogether this is shortwave from npr. This message comes from. npr sponsor. Bank of america. You finally decided to learn how to ice skate. So you ordered the essentials. Every ice skater needs a pair of blades. And you helmet and a good set of kneepads and you used your bank of america. Cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cashback online shopping rewards that you put towards the cost of an essential piece of plo skating recovery. A heating pad visit bank of america dot com slash more awarding to apply now copyright twenty twenty bank of america corporation. naomi. Rogers grew up in suburban chicago. Her stutter a in childhood and in her words she didn't have effective therapy through elementary school. I would get pulled out of class and go practice reading tongue. Twisters on sounds that. I didn't even have trouble saying and so like a lot of other young people who stutter you. Learn from a very young age had a kind of go underground. Had kind of keep the stuttering to yourself inside Just because you know that nobody else in your life understands what your experiences like and that is the root of wet. Yeah a lot of like early. Shame and fearful nobility comes from. I think for a lot of folks who stutter When i got into high school. I started working with a phenomenal speech. Language pathologists who is also person who starters herself. And so for the first time. I felt like i could actually talk to somebody that understood the experience. Do you remember what this speech therapists said to you. That made an impact or even just how you felt her presence. Yeah a lot of my memories are of just crying. Honestly i remember going to her office weekly. I would drive an hour each way. Spend an hour there. And i would just unload could finally breathe. I felt like. I could finally talk to somebody who understood the experience and that was. That was my outlet. I cried out. She knew very early on that. I had no interest in learning how to speak more fluently. Practice specific strategies are taking me for making my speech. sam hound really fluent. You know i. I i really just wanted somebody to the holiday. My feelings and my thoughts about sorting and overall communication like who. I was personality as a communicator. And she was really successful in doing that. And and i'm actually wondering now if those early experiences in therapy that i had motivated me to suppress a lot of my stuttering and to hide it at all possible costs. Because i didn't want to go to therapy anymore. Is that what you meant a minute ago. About going underground yet you that you basically hit it as a kid before you met this really good speech therapist. Yeah yeah exactly. Just kind of hiding it and so one of you know. I think being a person who stutters pretty mildly as i do. It's it's pretty easy for me to hide my stuttering It's pretty easy to just scan ahead. Anticipated where i'm going to start on swap word. That's easier to say and so there are some sometimes when my language might seem a little convoluted or like i'm talking around something or like that's kind of an odd were choice but it works. I mean those are all done in an attempt to hide stuttering to pass as a fluent speaker. I'm picturing you in this office. You go to see her and you just cry and she knew that you didn't want to improve fluency. That wasn't the goal and it seemed like the biggest shift between that therapy and the therapy received as a kid is a therapy received. A kid is so focused on fixing yet you yet it. It almost seems like the medical model. It gets at the wrong thing. I without even individ- waiting like the treatment for the person and i'm just wondering if you could like describe the difference in those. Two therapy modalities and how it helped you. So those early experiences says Was speech therapy. were hugely rooted in the medical model of disability and so the medical model of disability defines stuttering basically as abnormal interruptions in the ford flow of speech. And so that is purely grounded. In what the listener hears as nothing to do with what the speaker who studies is experiencing so it's like a listener center definition of actually. Yeah with is messed up because stuttering is such a personal experience right and so people who stutter it. There stuttering only that is a true expression of who they are. They're just using their voice however they were born with it and so the barriers to good quality of life to psychological wellbeing are really on the environment and so i love this new definition. That a lot of folks in our field are trying to push forward that Stuttering is a neuro developmental variation. That leads to a unique forward. Execution of speech sounds importantly those are produced in the context of language and social interaction if we think about fluency on a spectrum of people that are highly fluent and we have people that are highly disfluent then stuttering reflects just a natural variation influence e which i think is really really important and and it situates stuttering as a difference and not
How Cody Sperber Completely Screwed Everything Up & Still Got Rich
"And on that about is just this topic about how you completely screwed up. Not just something but everything and you still got rich and this is a fascinating topic. Is i know having spoken to now. You know well over twenty five hundred entrepreneurs on this show and speaking entrepreneur fire nation a lot that a lot of people who have never quote unquote and made it or gotten rich. They seem to think there's just like this one chance they get if they don't hit out of the ballpark and just hit a grand slam on that one. I try they're doomed forever. They're living under a bridge. They're eating out of some trash. Can this on fire like they just have literally that's the perception but the reality is the you know and that i know and that all the past guests that i've had on tried to share and get across the my audiences. Listen you can literally screw up everything for years and years and years one thing right just one thing and you can become filthy stinking rich so break this down for us. Cody how can you screw everything up and still win at this game of life. Just think about your own personal john. I can only imagine you've interviewed so many people when you first were starting out. You had this vision of what you wanted to do. But as you started taking steps to actually you know put in the work and make it happen for yourself. How many new things constantly just unfolded in frail. I mean literally. Ignorance is absolute bliss when it comes to something like this. Because if i had known what was going to be involved with the growing this media empire like i probably would have been too scared to start but i know so. You're right. I just had to start and i found a bunch of things along the way and just had to keep knocking them out. If you don't have or passion for whatever it is you're doing you're not gonna make it through the fires so i mean that's a core thing they gotta have and if you don't have it right now you're working a dead end job and you're one of those people that says oh man i want to go to work today or it's the weekend i can't wait for the weekend do so i could take off and chill and barbecue and stuff. You're in the wrong profession and you need to do whatever it takes to find. What your purpose in light is. Because i never feel like. I'm going to work i. I'm so obsessed with what i do. It's all i think about all the time. And i love it. I actually get irritated when things get into way of me. Living my life's purpose so so. So that's that's kind of the practice of it. But you know it's not about one big win it stacking little wins along the way and it's about developing your core skills and capabilities as you're on your journey. I you know. I can envision trying to start. I don't have a podcast but harrington starting a podcast realize. Oh my god. I got to know how to get listeners. I gotta learn how to do graphic design. I gotta learn how to talk properly and be concise and there's so many other skills sales skills business skills that go into being able to do what you do. I can only imagine how many little steps older printing so for me. I've always been the underdog. I've always been person that When i when i was a kid i had extreme hyperactivity disorder with the called it. I was on ritalin. My dad was really. He's he's my hero. He's an amazing human beings. He used to walk into my room and tell me hey. Don't listen all the teachers doctors and everybody. Don't listen to your mom. You shouldn't be taken this crap. And he would switch out. My ritalin with a multivitamin so awesome intel my mom. Oh yeah. I gave it to him because he always told me. That's your superpower kid like don't ever forget that like that's to be the thing that's going to take your life in in so i was always if i was into something. I was obsessed with it. Otherwise i totally neglected it. That's why did poorly in school. And i'm sure a lot of people listening this probably relate to some of this You know i was always passed over pushed around. I was bullied. I was sidelined. I was the underdog. And i didn't understand it as a kid but as you grow up i got used to being with my back against the law. I got used to being in a pressure situation. Where i was always trying to perform and it has an adult manure. It's the greatest thing ever. Were you like that. On on any level john absolutely i mean for me. I was just that person who's always struggling to truly envision. Like what is that passion that i have in life and i didn't find it in my teens. I didn't find it in my twenties. It was literally all the way to my early thirties before i was like. Oh okay. I don't have to do this job that i know i'm gonna hate the next forty years so it absolutely took time. So that's why. When i talked to people that are fifteen. Twenty thirty fifty and they're like you know what like i still don't feel like i found my thing. I'm like hey sometimes it just takes longer and sometimes we're not all born as entrepreneurs but we grow and develop into entrepreneurs because that was me for sure i wasn't selling baseball cards at twelve years old. I wasn't running around like you know selling newspaper. I wasn't doing anything. Entrepreneurial at all until i was thirty two years of age so it came to me later in life not late in life but later in life. And i really do love cody. How you talked about stacking little winds in for me to game changing books that i read back in two thousand twelve and i was getting my entrepreneur. Journey going is the slight edge by jeff olson. In the compound effect by darren heart because those books talk about just that stacking these little wins and when you stack these little wins over time they give you the slight edge. It was turned into a massive edge. They compounds and they give you this compound effect into massive massive winds so fire nation when you look back over a month and you're like i really accomplish anything big this month hay. What are the little things that you did like. What are the little things you're stacking. That are over six months twelve months twenty four months going to cause massive massive win so i want to kind of move into cody. A little bit about why. This game is rigged. I mean you know. I know that you screwed everything up in your life at least once in your still winning and you're still it would be financially successful but you were able to identify because of that. This game is rigged so talk to us. About what exactly that phrase means and of course how we is fire nation can beat that ragged game. I got into real estate about sixteen years ago and as as an investor down create a real estate investor. And so. I had very little resources. So i was looking around trying to figure out you know how to make money in in what i was going to do with my life. I was just coming out of the navy. And i was like okay. I got to figure something out at at a certain point. I wanted to be a history teacher. And i went and talked to the history professors down at san diego state university and i said how much you guys make and they started laughing and they said we gotta have two jobs just to survive and so i was looking around for something and that's when i discovered no money down real estate. Investing in was because a friend flipped a house and made eighty thousand dollars in a couple months before that we were party in he had nothing to his name and now he's driving a brand new mercedes in at all this money and i was like how did you do that. He's like i did this. This process called wholesaling. Right flipped a house. And i made this money. I didn't have to have a real estate license. I didn't have to have deep pockets. Didn't have any previous experience. Somebody showed me how to do it. And i i did it. And that was for like one of the first times where i realized. What don't i know about making money. What don't i understand what wasn't taught to me in school. And unfortunately a lot of people grow up. They don't have financial intelligence. We're not taught how to be great at making money. Not really making money. We're taught to get a job you know and that whole spiel where you're conditioned from your teachers your parents in your church and school get good grades and get a good job and you work away up the corporate ladder and so once i discovered that there's this whole world of creative real estate out there i just went down the rabbit hole and when i say the game is rigged. There's a million potholes and hurdles in your way but financial intelligence takes energy in after. I'm horrible at math. I loved to make money and the two don't aren't required to go together and I look at this damien. go all right. Needs to be more education out there taught especially if we go upstream in and work with young kids which is a lot of charity. Work and stuff that i do Works with underprivileged kids onto. It's because i. I gotta get them. Young got to change their language patterns their relationship with money needs to change. They have to understand that letter running a big corporate businesses. They don't want you to break free and go and start your own business and be their competitors they want you to follow the rules and sit in see and it's kinda that old school mentality where they just want you to follow the rules and for me second. I started asking better questions. why why. Why do these things happened. Why don't why aren't they teaching. These things and i started going down. The rabbit holes started finding some good mentors in my life. Everything starting to ship and what you'll find is once you start down that path. It's impossible not
Downtown Washington, DC quiet ahead of Wednesday’s planned election affirmation protests
"Protests in November in November and and December December that sparked that sparked violence. violence. Downtown Downtown businesses businesses are hoping are hoping streets streets will remain will remain calm calm this Wednesday. this Wednesday. When Congress When Congress starts counting starts electoral counting electoral votes in votes the firm's in the firm's president president elect Joe elect Biden's Joe Biden's victory. victory. Some downtown Some downtown business business owners owners unwilling unwilling to speak to speak out, out, said privately said privately they're pleased they're pleased the hotel the hotel Harrington Harrington and Harry's and bar. Harry's bar. Would be closed Would be closed Monday Monday to Wednesday. to Wednesday. Both Both places places were popular were popular with members with of members the extremist of the extremist group the group proud the proud boys boys during November during November and December and December protests. protests. Visiting Visiting Black Black Lives Lives Black Black matter matter Lives Lives Plaza Plaza matter matter Plaza Plaza 18 18 18 18 year year old old year year Jayla Jayla old old Johnson Johnson Jayla Jayla Johnson Johnson of of Clinton, Clinton, of of Clinton, Clinton, Maryland. Maryland. Maryland. Maryland. Discounted Discounted Discounted Discounted claims claims claims claims pushed pushed pushed pushed by by President President by by President President Trump Trump Trump Trump that that the the election election that that the the election election was was fraudulent. fraudulent. was was fraudulent. fraudulent. I I think think I I think think the the election the the election was absolutely was absolutely fair fair I I personally personally sent in the sent mail in in the mail ballot in ballot and I and think I that my think that my mail mail in ballots in ballots should count should as count a vote as a vote downtown downtown D. C. D. The C. stage The stage for major for major protests protests since summer since summer remains remains under under strong strong under under strong strong police police police police presence, presence, presence, presence, particularly particularly particularly particularly on on on on O O w w t t o o P P News. News. Noah Noah
Washington, DC hotels frequented by Proud Boys to close Jan. 4-6
"Protests in November and December that sparked violence. Downtown businesses are hoping streets will remain calm this Wednesday. When Congress starts counting electoral votes in the firm's president elect Joe Biden's victory. Some downtown business owners unwilling to speak out, said privately they're pleased the hotel Harrington and Harry's bar. Would be closed Monday to Wednesday. Both places were popular with members of the extremist group the proud boys during November and December protests. Visiting Black Black Lives Lives matter matter Plaza Plaza 18 18 year year old old Jayla Jayla Johnson Johnson of of Clinton, Clinton, Maryland. Maryland. Discounted Discounted claims claims pushed pushed by by President President Trump Trump that that the the election election was was fraudulent. fraudulent. I I think think the the election was absolutely fair I personally sent in the mail in ballot and I think that my mail in ballots should count as a vote downtown D. C. The stage for major protests since summer remains under under strong strong police police presence, presence, particularly particularly on on
President Trump's Supporters Plan to Protest Election Results in Washington, DC on Jan. 6
"To gather in D C next week to protest the election results. Hotel Harrington, which is a popular spot for the proud boys, plans to close during the demonstrations, which this resident says is the right decision. Somebody does coming up here, this involved with them. They don't want the bad publicity because they have to be here when those guys leave her two or three Today. Thousands are expected to show up on January 6. That's the day Congressman's to confirm Joe Biden's victory. Senate Majority Leader
"harrington" Discussed on Outside Podcast
"So you're you're thirty four right where where do you think you are right now in your climbing career. I mean i'm stronger than i've ever been in my life Which is really cool It's still think. I have like a long career ahead of me a lot of ideas but i just wreck. I do recognize that like in ten or fifteen years. Like i'm not going to be sending as hard as i'm sending out. I mean maybe i will be. We don't know who knows so. I don't know ran the middle. Yeah you're saying this was. This was not the last we're going to hear of you know that's for sure. That was outside contributor stephanie. Joyce speaking with climber. Emily harrington about her recent single day free. Climb avail capita. Stephanie produced this episode. Which was edited by me. Michael roberts or music is by robin carver. This episode of the outside podcast is brought to you by vermont. State that is open for the very best in winter adventures. But you do need to take some extra steps before travelling. Learn more about how to plan to get away. You need this season at vermont. Vacation dot com and that folks is the last episode of two thousand twenty. We'll be back next year. One of the things that i cannot stop thinking about as like how do you use the bathroom wearing a harness as a woman. Yeah i feel like. I should do a clinic on this. It's not that hard. Just squat not worried about people below you while with peeing. It's like of just part of the deal like econo- just get peed on. Do you really yeah you do. I peed on my day on my in a day. ascent Yeah it just happens so you just end up like accepting they're gonna get peed on. How the unglamorous side..
Why You Need a Mentor with Kevin Harrington and Mark Timm
"When did you know this was going to be more than just a great mentor ship relationship and become something that would be a book and and start spreading the word about why this is important than and then how to do it. You know i know for me. I was so i would go to these events and kevin being on shark tank when he would finish. Speaking to a room of thousand hundreds of people would line up. They wanted an autograph they wanted and but they actually all would say. I just need five minutes like that was the normal. I think five minutes. If i could ask you one question. I know it would change my life forever and so he was so gracious that he would take a lot of these. You know these five minutes or these one questions and it turned out to be the same question. What's the one thing. I need to do to grow my business. What's the one thing. I can do to start a successful business. What's this one thing and we started having this conversation off line. You know flying back in in a hotel or restaurant and what we figured out. Is that super successful. People have one thing in common. They all had mentors. You talked about your mentor. Being dave ramsey we've talked about zig ziglar. Guess what dave ramsey had mentors zig ziglar had mentors super uber financial successful people. All have this one secret. They have mentors. If you google mentorship there are the haves and the have not and sadly there are more have nots than are haves and so we basically said if there's this one burning question out there around success in growth in relationships business in life it is. The haves have people in their lives. We were not put on this earth to be alone. We were not supposed to do this. Entrepreneurial thing alone we're not supposed to lead entrepreneurial endeavors alone and there are people willing to help and we've got to tell that story and so that's how it became a book and that's why the book is not a how to book. It's not a one two three six steps to whatever. It is a journey of relatable entrepreneur with his mentor. Some unbelievable stories of kevin's live because he's had an unbelievable life and some really practical ways that those those lessons can be applied every single day we end every chapter with how you can take the business lesson and bring it home to your most valuable business which is likely the one you went home to your family. Not the one you went to. and so. that's when just this constant just yearning for this. This answer that entrepreneurs had for kevin and so it became this book bestselling book now on mentorship and we turned him before covid. Never has there been a more important time for people to have mentors than right now It's great timing for that message. Kevin when you're answering those questions in that line and people are saying okay. I just need five minutes. I've just got one question. I've had this experience where people are saying. Okay what's the one book. I need to read. Or what's the one thing i need to do and i try to stop and say i. I understand what you're getting at but you're asking the wrong question because what you guys are talking about with mentor ship is. There's really something about constantly being hungry. Always being a sponge you know and a book that changed. My life is going to be different than a book that changed your life. The one thing you need to do is stay hungry reading all the time. There's no silver bullet book if you will or no silver bullet Course to take you need to be consuming all that stuff over time. that's how we transform and grow as leaders and so when things you guys talked about in the book is the idea of building a dream team not just hiring people that can fog mirror but the people that are really gonna take you where you wanna go. And that's attention especially if you're small and caches tight paying for the talent that you need tomorrow and not just who can do the job today. What's the importance of a dream team. Tell you for me. You know i and i'll kind of begin. This and then kevin can really bring home for us. But the what. I learned from kevin and watching him. Was that up until the point that i met kevin i always hired as he said. I always hired who i could afford like ninety nine point nine percent of every entrepreneur out there. Whoever i could afford. I hired well. That is a way of growing your business through the rear view mirror. Because what you can afford is already where you're at and so i'm having this conversation with him one day and he is he said and i'm challenging him because i'm listening to stories and i'm like well. How did you afford that gyn. Why did you pick that guy. That was so far out. And he's like look. I'd rather have. I'd rather have ten percent of the time of a cfo that can take me to a hundred million then a hundred percent of the time of a cfo that's gonna go to a million and so also the concept is is that who do you need to go forward. What does your business need to accomplish the vision or the purpose. That's the dream team. And what i learned from kevin. Is you gotta get creative. You've gotta get creative sometimes to put the right team together. And he's he's got this great story that he can share around the concept of the dream team with with the laurie. Al folks and i'll let him share that. Because that's when i started to really learn that as an entrepreneur if you can put together the dream team and that's why the business i currently have is doing so well because i'm not in higher can afford a hired who was going to take me where i wanted to go and i had to get creative had involves some equity. I had involve some. You know some creative ways of incentivizing them but i now have the dream team. And that's why. I'm scaling beyond where i've gone before because i was in the way
"harrington" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Kevin mark we are back and we have a lot to talk about because man. There's so much value to be had in this topic. This conversation around mentorship so mark. Let's talk about how you in your mentor. Who's also the co author of your forthcoming book. Mentor to millions. Mr kevin harrington how did you meet the book itself the name of his mentor millions and the millions jail is impacted. Not millions of dollars. So we believe that the fastest way to impact the world if you have a product purpose or passion the fastest way and the biggest way to get that to the world is through mentorship. Just like you. You're impacting millions. Right now and you used mentorship to track. Put the octane. You had a rocket you're missing rocket fuel yet to put that fuel in the rocket for it to take off and now you're on fire so we met through a mutual mentor. This book wouldn't even exist if it wasn't through a mutual mentor you're gonna know and love the mutual mentor. That was zig ziglar. Oh so zig. Ziglar was my mentor. When i was nineteen years old my first official mentor. i flew down to dallas texas. I spoke on stage with him. He invited me to come to dallas texas. he asked me if he could be my mentor. Now looking back. I realized how just colossal of an ask. That was at the time. But i did it. I went. I stayed in his home. I ate dinner with him and the redhead and unbeknownst to me. I don't know kevin harrington kevin harrington doesn't know me but as a young man as he was starting his infomercial business he had a mentor. Whose name was zig ziglar. Now zig passes from this earth and we're all sitting here going. Wow we want this legacy to continue. And so i'm staying in contact with tom. And julie and cindy the children. Zig ziglar would guess what kevin harrington is also in contact with them and we're asking the same question. How do we keep this legacy going..
Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building
"Protesters broke into Guatemala's Congress and burn parts of the building yesterday amid growing demonstrations against President Alejandro G. M. Matei and the legislation for approving a controversial budget cuts, education and health spending amongst other things. The incident came is about 10,000 people were protest in front of the National palace in Guatemala City. News and Analysis of town. Holdout calm. I'm Michael Harrington.
"harrington" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Yeah there's been I have a couple of different agents that work with me to bring me the board deals and said that world existed. That's interesting. Yes. There are some people that can help you take a look at board opportunities and I can connect you there, but it's also you got to kind of get out there and hustle put yourself out there for that kind of thing. You could be going on some other podcast you're familiar with you've familiar genius network via Polish. There's another company called board of Advisers Might Calhoun. There's the war room role in frazier you've. On. Here's what I've learned just in this moment. And this is what other people should take away from this ask ask for help so I just I asked you for help just now and you get some help and it's like Oh that actually changed my attitude a little bit in this very brief little interaction. You can change people's thinking you can pivot. I'm going to think about that. And so I would say number one and would you I don't know if you'd agree with number one ask for help. That's what we say s for mentor. What's the first? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah I get it I. Think I think the little interaction we had is very. Telling what people don't have this out there in the world, people don't have access to a Kevin Harrington. Talked Kevin Harrington and then I asked him for help we're do people go You know you mentioned a bunch of things but give me sort of that's where I can go give me an average person were, where do they look? So. When when when I was just Kevin Harrington, you know Mr Startup this infomercial by the way people looked at me at that time you're one of those sleazy guys those infomercial things late night you know and like why am I sleep Z. Because I'm selling kitchen products and hardware private? There was a time when infomercials got that little sleaze reputation but. I mean I what I I did is I looked at my checkbook and I say, okay, I read a lot of checks to a lot of people, accountants, lawyers, phone centers. Credit Card processors, bankers, lawyers, etc. I need help. So I reached out to by internal my count my Lord needed good finance. Guy, mentor help me raise some capital. So this that the guy that I, got that was a retired bank president came through one of my internal contacts that people that I was doing business because they wanted to see me grow they wanted. Using media, companies and telemarketing companies, phone centers and customer service centers, accounts I need help you put your hand up and boy it came back I got like fifteen or twenty recommendations. You need to raise some capital call this guy called this guy call this but. I'm interrupt here I I think that's still Kevin asking for help or someone like Kevin. Let's say I'm a nineteen year old in the Bronx and are let's see. Let's give me a college degree. In College degree or a I've got a I've got a associate degree I'm living in the Bronx I have no capital I've known network but I got a lot of heart. where? Where do I start? Where do I go I? You have to start by plugging into networks you can't do it by yourself. You know join is there a web but? They if they read your book is they're going to be very specific stuff too I join late in two I what do I would've. And waning social media joining linked in joining. Local. Talk about the chamber commerce because that's what it used to be when I was. Back, in the day in Cincinnati Philadelphia I don't even know. I. Know I speak James of Commerce meetings still? No, they have. That's good. That's good. Those are those are inexpensive wage to connect so. Or Clubs, I could be Love Club to club. Chamber go to speeches talk to the guys that giving the speech I. I know I, like to help you on people. I. Try to do it a lot but there's a lot of times when I interact with people that I know have a lot of energy and I'm just like. Got Anything Right. Now. Connecting. If, they have messages that are unique to the market they should start creating content. Okay. And I say you know like like this this is a little book I write a book. This book is fifty pages. It's a giveaway I call it lead magnet. We wrote this and published it in ten days. It's all my content self-published, but it's a give now you can self published now, which is great right? You didn't have that option and so I. You know the other day met a guy that owns is big tire store any any runs ads on TV and he's like and he says I just feel like I'm doing same old same old it said, do you do you have a database of your customers? Is that what's that like I mean like a list of the people that call off your ads No we've never done any kind of management like that at all and. You need to create when you do your commercials, Heaven Paul and get a free report of some type of how to keep your tires in great shape year round, and so there because he's already paying for himself to be on television, but he's not really creating himself as a guru and he's got the opportunity to do that. Kevin I really appreciate your willingness to talk to my audience and that the new book a mentor to Millions Secrets of success in business relationships and beyond go to Amazon Mentor to Millions Book Dot Com at Harrington Kevin.
"harrington" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"You're selling item like no this I'm on the board an insider I've brought in flow Ryan Khloe Kardashian. tweeting about the product in you know, and by the way when I, say I I didn't know flow rider. I. Went to pitched him at his office and made him a deal gave him a couple shares of stock and instead of a bunch of cash was the company didn't have the cash. So it's you know I can say that I paid my dues getting into this deal. This was not like an Uber to take off. This was a true startup. So what you would say this is I. I'm I, saved the company I made the company grow. But. But the opportunity I think is what? Young. People are sort of feeling. They don't have today and I don't feel like they know what you know. They don't get it. You know what you're talking about what we do at that in some people sort of frame it as we've led a generation down in terms of their financial literacy. Is. Is that the case or is there something? How do we do? I think I think millennials need to. They need to go out and create some type of special. Services that they can provide and they need to have a niche in the market and my niche was buying late night unsold airtime created a business. And so I know some great entrepreneurs in a millennials that are building these Amazon businesses, right? Yeah. Yeah. What you're what you're telling them and this is what I've actually told my own kids is that things are a little stagnant. It is a little weird Gobi. An entrepreneur figure it out will be entrepreneurs. Yeah. It's forcing you to do that. Do It do it? If you're already employed as should get a side hustle. I don't I don't tell people to quit quit their job. In fact, this is I say I look this actually was my first book in One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety. The one hundred best spared pined businesses today and I said in nineteen ninety when the Gulf War had people were screaming about Oh my God and my business went down eighty ninety percent for. Six. Weeks, we were on TV all around the world when golf four hit I said get a side Hustle I got one hundred of them. I'm going to tell you about and I've been. Preaching it for thirty years ever since even my kids back I've got I've got two boys wants thirty doing wants twenty to thirty thirty two has been with me ten years. He's he's. Operations Finance Guy and he's rock solid. He's unbelievable. Ryan Harrington and State Graduate Mike Twenty two year, old Scott, a little more archie Nissim to himself. We've we've got a business we created for him and INS out knocking on doors right now literally canvassing door to door. So teaching them the hard way. But. People have got to be prepared to get out there and and do some testing and I say, I test before I invest day with products I don't WanNa waste a lot of time and money it's not going to work right so so. You know these are. I mean the kind of thing I can say about this moment in history is that it's interesting. And it, and it seems like you're sort of a super optimistic in all settings you brought up other historical settings I remember as being pretty. Was Easy to get pessimistic during each of those moments you've talked about that you push through with ideas and optimism. How do you stay optimistic now? Well so a lot of businesses are are hurting and many of them when I look I mean the other day he says I'm in trouble I need some help and he's money a lot of people come to me initially for money and then we decide. I'm going to stop you I'm GonNa Stop I'm going to frame this this way you're gonna you're GonNa help me be optimistic right now. Well, we were off the air you and I talked about how we both have. Speaking lives that we do. There were there were taken from us by Covet. So our lives were taken from us. It has made me very depressed I want you to coach. Kevin to stay optimistic. What do I do I'm looking for things I'm always trying to but I'm still depressed I'm still pissed I'm still miss my life. What do I do? Well so What I have done what hopefully sign are you telling me what to do? Make me feel bad. Here we go. I would move. What we're doing right now is great because we're virtually connected and in the past if we had one meeting. At a restaurant not too long ago before Kofi right and you remember that meeting right? And so now I'm connecting with people me I'm doing events in Malaysia and Hong, Kong and Singapore and. Late night because I do a midnight to two am because they're it's noon to two PM that time. So I don't know if you have opportunities like that to be virtual with any of your audiences. I've I've started to do a streaming show every day and I've done more podcasting th. There's all kinds of things doing, but it's still feeling Mud. Still depressed. One more thing in a couple more things I would suggest because I'm getting approach by companies that are asking me to. Become an advisor to their company yelling or advisory board or the board of directors, and this is what I was just talking about with. Celsius. You just never know I picked up a millions of shares in a public comment. It's funny when you were saying that that has begun to happen to me to a little bit and. I actually thought maybe I should about a month ago. I thought maybe should just pivot into that just started really contribute to businesses and products how people develop. Knowledge and. If you had somebody positioning you as a great addition to their board because you bring another dimension..
"harrington" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Mean that time was golden we were we were generating a massive amount of sales for thousand bucks a day I began doing radio midnight to three. Am that was my original slot for years Great Yeah Yeah and you just go do it you have an opportunity to go try that. Shit showers discovery sitting when national network was alive in six hours on national before I think it's speed two hours a day on lifespan at one am to three A. M on lifetime. But then I started doing this all around the world. So I went to Sky Channel Rupert Murdoch it's guy went to I went to the candidate family Sweden. The MARCUCCI family in Italy, which became super channel and I just started going started going to the film Cannes film. Festival every year starting in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety had a little ten foot by ten for booth. It said we pay you to run ARDIDEN charts and they're like, wait a minute. We're here to buy programming. How can you pay us around our jars and said we have a kitchen joe, and at the end of the show, we show you the the walk and the knives we were using during the show. So we're GONNA pay a percentage of those sales and they're like, when can you start? All we had to do we re dubbing Tony Little Jack Lane, George Foreman Billy mays into dozens of languages, all around the world, and this was in nineteen ninety that I did that. By ninety five, we were doing five, hundred, million dollars a year investment. So there's sort of a bigger big interesting topic here. One is. How does someone learn to? Identify and perceive opportunities out there. And? It seems to me maybe this is overly harsh. But that the current sort of millennial. Generation doesn't think this way or doesn't know about this or we've done something wrong in terms of how we educate them sort of two separate topics. Let's address the how do you identify these things I? Yeah. So I mean the good news is now having been a shark shark tank can continue to. I haven't shot a new show in about eight or nine years, but I get one, hundred, fifty increase a week from on deals show that six, hundred, a month and so. So, the I say to me bull if if you're if you're an investor and you only have five deals to look at. Hopefully one of those is going to be a good one because that's a small pot be analyzing. If you're looking at one hundred and fifty a month, it's now you gotta put the systems in place to filter the ones that don't make sense and ones you should focus on because you get bogged down talking to many people that there's no shot. So we have an instant kind of. We have a checklist things we asked people and and we want an Aryan business you have prototypes and it's not just products. But if we're probably seventy eighty percents huge towards product. So and basically what we look for is, is there any tasks anywhere have you been on in a cab long been on a shopping channel? Have you run any ads? Have you know I tried to get the holy grail in this world and you've got a project theraworx addicted I've seen running pretty well, pretty successful is getting to the customer acquisition cost right and that's what we need to focus on because when we did like the Tony Little advice later. It was a thirty dollar product, but we were getting an eight dollar customer acquisition costs and I was able to sell eighty thousand pieces a week for awhile. Okay and so it's you know. If you can. If you've got good media, good customer acquisition cost and the other thing that we look at is how do we increase the lifetime value and? theraworx kind of. Has a good opportunity because it's continuity whereas know when I'm showering the Tony Little Gazelle or whatever only want one right some people would buy you know to juicers may be. You know generally it's it's it's a one shot deal. So in hindsight I, look at my industry and I say great rancor and Bill Duffy beauty guys. They would've smartest guys in the business because they could get that cusp transition costs hold Dan. But then that average lifetime value is going to be three, four, hundred dollars. So I focused on gadgets and. I did very well. So I I, look back in a shea the only thing that could be smarter would be putting people on continuity things sooner because we started putting Tony Little customers on. Weight loss and metabolic boosters, protein shakes or something. So we could achieve continuity relationship and Tony has been very powerful like. He's a big seller of a bison. Products Burgers Dogs Jerky because people go on auto share. So it's you know there's different things that I learned, but I became sort of the gadget guy kitchen products, hardware products, dual saw drills, and saws and mixers, and blenders walks and grills whatever and had a lot of fun with it and still doing I'm doing products but. My businesses more for a little bit over the years. Now seems like one opportunity would be just a cull through the castoffs from your organization this probably stuff in there for somebody. Our friends at Green Chef Green Chef lets you choose a wide array of easy to follow lifestyles with select organic ingredients and they are beautiful.
"harrington" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Didn't quite go to plan their but what's the plan with them now? So. Yeah. He actually to be thirty by the pulled muscle at. One of the hardest I flicked back and he twists himself over the second hard with. So he had to get all of our fees are great with really and he ran into boys race which he won last year. Was a little bit of looking to be placed. I thought he would definitely been in the forest Torri forty one fell in front second last non put everything. Pushed. Him Out wide. He ran out of the head anything six he was beaten six seven months I think he was but Now there's another discussion out there what we probably thinks we should go to chase and the owners aren't sure because he injury last year. So we'll we'll just play it by ear and see how we go. Potentially a lot of Nice novice chasers for the season. If you have nice heartless last year like them to be nice novice chasers and then to be nice handicap chasers and hopefully people horses nice harder was coming through behind him. So he's trying to keep the whole cycle going keeping all the balls in the air as to harvest. No bias for me here you've got. Castle candolfo. KUMO horse trained by. Jessica. Harrington now in your hands can you tell us a little bit about this? Do I imagine you're hoping we'LL BE SMART JUVENILE Up We got off to us because we tried to flip broader to Connie and but he he didn't do a whole lot in the fluffer Jessica Harrington. Think he's raised about seven nine under flash never won but was placed in all these runs Copeland. Think of your entry times and to quick company. So he he's a lovely horse Maybe, like the county might take a little bit of time but voting for. New owner nobody man and now up north and Yeah. Really looking forward to getting the amount he was. Meant to Lingfield last week. But that didn't happen and so he's I think he's GonNa find on eleven to November but you're really nice harks and very, very straightforward, very easy to train. Probably Casteel Gandalf. Oh, is that the correct pronunciation? I want to argue with you Let let I'll just I'll just spell it out because there's obviously a horse of a similar name was bought by shake as part of a back and ended up with shaping mattis..
"harrington" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
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"harrington" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"The hard hard long winters and then the the Kinda hired. Tricky Springs that to me right away was arresting for me that juxtaposition of a winter starved hair and a magnolia and that each of these creatures are kind of they're part of the same system but they don't have to be paying attention to each other. It's the readers and writers of poems who are paying attention to them at once. Yeah and I was really intrigued as well by the role of this speaker the I who is interacting with this landscape and with these creatures. There's a kind of respect and also a kind of almost conversational interlocutory quality that the speaker has there's really a sense that you get of thought and exchange that's happening and especially that final line which is on its own as a single line stanza the only one in the poem. I understand it now. I see the reason agree. And there's a wonderful secrecy there even at the same time that it's You know being so declaratory in terms of declaring agreement So I really was taken by that role of sort of speaking subjects in this incredibly austere winter landscape and again you know the way that the that the lions and the sentences are put together with with so much lyrical. Sonic care. There's a one line fairly early in the poem. Third Stanza which you you heard Janet Harrington reads so beautifully morning mournful the Prairie Seals win scored stems with snow. What a fantastic phrase. The Prairie Seals Wind scored stems with snow with siblings of the SS and the O vowels. But the other thing that stood out to me there was seals seals. There is a verb. But when you first read it. It's almost as if the poem is conjuring. Some kind of prairie seal of prairie seal creature you know and I love the way the poem makes you have to correct yourself. Go back and reread. Because it's it's it's crystalline. You know the way that the vowels and consonants are working with one another and then you realize there's with kind of the gorgeous -ness of that there's also this incredibly fleeting moment in which prairie seals can blossom in your in your mind as a kind of beautiful mistake that then you can tactically correct. You know when you when you reread and and I think that's just really wonderful. Yeah I agree. I love the way. This poem takes the austerity and the seeming emptiness or sadness of winter and really builds it out and pays such close attention to it that we see that. It's really not as empty as we might think. It is with these magnolias. Winter starved hairs and the WASPS and that it also takes the time of this moment right before spring is coming or maybe spring has like slightly shown itself but it still win scored with snow to take the time to really repeat words like morning bidder morning and then two lines later morning mourn full. The Prairie Seals Wind scored stems with snow. This taking time to really think through what the landscape is offering to maybe make a slight correction from morning to mournful or at least add the additional dimension that mournful adds to morning was really beautiful to me and I also think that sort of repetition happens again with not yet not yet gives us that feeling of an endless winter that you're really waiting for something to change and you have to create that change maybe for yourself in the way that you see the environment and I love how that pairs with the secrecy at the end that you were talking about Christina. 'cause I really loved that part of the poem to the way that the speaker talks about understanding something but doesn't tell us what that understanding is and so we're left to sort of look back at the landscape of the palm and try and figure it out for ourselves and I love that sort of openness at the poem grants us and that it's also sort of alluded to earlier a few lines above where the speaker says. I can't explain the cardinals I've seen of late this so we're giving the cardinals but were not given any explanation. The speaker acknowledges that that there is no explanation. She can offer but it's important to point to the cardinals anyway. I really enjoyed that. There is an explanation. It's in that wind. I can hear the wind. We can hear the wind all through this palm one of the interesting things about as I think. A lot of people get hung up on the idea that there's like a a volta or a change towards the end of a palm if they think too much about sonnets and this isn't a Sonnet for me. The volt is right in the middle of the poem where I hear the wind the most here inside a stock of Goldenrod Gall. Wasp will ride hard winter out here between my ribs wasps of lonely whilst not yet not yet way and right hard winter out the changes between that landscape. We've been talking about and what is deepest inside our human existence between our ribs. The wasps of lonely the wasps of not yet not yet are also waiting for writing hard winter out and as you're thinking about it and that's a big change in the palm you're wondering what will blossom them when the spring finally comes summer beyond it and as you're saying. Lindsey you don't really know that yet. It's too soon to know there's sort of the breadth of yearning in this poem and the reason is upon says such a slow season laggard. I mean but I think like many poetry readers. I Just Love Crows when they're in palm. You know the cardinals. We've we see them here especially in the mid West of course but those crows in a you know the the palm has a kind of You know there's sort of gentle spirit. That is running through it but it's also got that hard won re sort of sense of reality you get in the Midwest. The crows plaque vista where they bully even air. Staten morning with the sharpest. Aw I mean you can hear the calling of the crows but you know it's also a very sort of moment of it's a warm moment in the palm because there's a funny thing there when you find are in palm a w. e. to to to to see that sort of as it were be transmitted through the wings fists of the bullying. Crows is really remarkable. It kinda does wake you up and then I just loved the line that Christina was talking about at the very end you know with the stabbing the morning with the sharpest. Aw I understand it now I see the reason and agree that to me is the sign of about as much hopefulness in bleak or cold landscape is you can ask for to see the reason for something and consent to it puts the human being in that landscape with the Magnolia and the hair and the cardinals and the crows. It's hard to fit yourself into a landscape when you're human being and landscape is so hard and even endangered as the prairie has been but here that toughness that leads you to affirmation you know is a different kind of illumination than you expect. An upon that talks about the seasons morning mournful the prairie seals.
"harrington" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
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"harrington" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Welcome everyone to the sports gambling pack. Sm shown second the money game with my partner and picks right real money Kramer. What's happening crame dog? I'm not sure how clear how. Hi Def this new fancy cameras but there appears to be a low pressure system moving across the studio maybe teasing ahead to our guest but our guests. Well of course if you're watching the video youtube dot com so sports gambling back as you'll see a photo of the Great L. Harrington ease a sixteen year. Nba Vet Good Dude. Just finish the interview with them. He started his own cannabis company. A LOT OF FUN. Some great stories in there and looking forward to you guys. Do you hear the interview. Pretty Awesome Ryan Crowbar it in a lot of Hay of also from Jersey references. That are fun. Listen I'm not going to interview a guy from right down the road and Essex New Jersey played for Saint and I didn't WanNA bring this up. Let's say plays for the St. Schools in the in the state of the Great State of New Jersey. The funny thing is I think he's lived the exact same life as me other than the pro career other than the fact that he's six seven he now lives in a lot of similarities Athletic good outside game can but he also made the migration from Jersey to southern California. I believe he lives. He's up there with everyone else in the Calabasas valley area so I also get the sense in listening and reading materials about him. He's not exactly Rep in New Jersey Anymore. Much like me yeah. I think there's a right now. Fifteen years removed which he's similar age to me. He's realizing that all the stereotypes are true. No offense to the guineas in the in the Irish and the Happy Belated Saint Patrick's Day by the xactly. A baby fucking wheel man. If you missed yesterday we put out a podcast with Boston. Cap Or breaking down. The news that Tom Brady was no longer going to be a patriot. While we did that..
"harrington" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"David Stern Lahey mad witty smart so he was up there chewing this dude up showing them up with all different accents. Accent is just being David Stern right so when he got done or whatever I just went up to him to say what's up or whatever so was impressive about him is like the first thing you asked me. How is my I ne- you know what I'm saying? And that was the one thing about him like his mind is crazy. He remember everything about all of us. You know what I'm saying that you know what I mean. Book crazy crazy. 'cause he's like how my knee and my knee was like about neal's fell off during the game. I had some off the court me issues like with so I'll just like all right. I was just like He's like what are you doing now so I was like you. Don't talk about thinking about starting to find with the players and this that and thirty. It's like Oh that sounds like a great idea of is also in the Kennedy Space and he's like Oh really so he's like so what you doing in this space as now I gotTa build in grow and this I give him the whole spill. He was live in Aspen Colorado off during the winter sometimes so I was like where he was like eight years cannabis places everywhere. Let me come talk to you about it sometime or whatever so we sit down have lunch so he was like cool. Let's do gave me his number so it took me Larry like eighteen munster time down like he is one of the busiest people in the world right. So he had hit me and said that He's like A. I'm actually going to be in New York for next three weeks and I got some open time slots time slot with thirty minutes thirty minute time slot for me to go meet with someone get there. I'll tell him to viola story. I tell them about my grandma van how I got into the space and everything he was just like wow sounds interesting or whatever and then he was telling me that you know back. When he was younger he tried hot before? And it just made AH have Have the munchies and different things like that so then I start telling him I was just like well. You know now that I've been in this for a while. I was telling him I got caught with my knee. Pain Amy and all that do cannabis and I start giving them facts. Like why player should be able to use cannabis. You know what I'm saying. And he gave me the story so now thinking about. When I'm telling you now my thirty minute meeting went almost two hours? You know what I'm saying like the The president of the king's some lady that was high dish she was waiting or whatever he's so interested in it and pretty much how was able to flip them through. It all was that I had mentioned to him. I just kind of walked him through the the players day. You know what I'm saying and You know as we all know like you know we go through so many emotions getting ready for the game. We played a game. We all hyped up graduates. Good Emotions Batu. The most magic teammate mad at other play against like journal like after the game. Like we all tint. You know what I'm saying and what we do is we have the gray goose to Hennessy. We we got all that stuff waiting for us in the locker. You know what I'm saying like that's how we coat that's how we bring ourselves there. You know what I'm saying. And at the end of the day we know that liquor has no benefits for your body at all. You know what I'm saying. I just explained to them real because look I'll play and I know how play during almost half about about themselves especially win. We traveling on the plane and all that so I decided explain it to him about the benefits of cannabis in being acting as an anti inflammatory and explaining to them about the Endo cannabinoid system and just like really bringing down to him that this and abby noise Endo Kavanagh's they know what the breakdown break it down word spell Indo his ellen be spell can can use it in the sentence so we all got into canals. Have noises in our body right. So that's why when that's why when we do get drug tested. That's why there's a limit you know what I'm saying. We all gotta limit because we all got naturally have Ta acs bodies you know what. I'm saying like cannabis is really a plan that was really made for us physically better more than any other thing in the world that we consume in our body. You know what I'm saying. We have a system in our body. which is what the plan is made up of all can happen? Noise systems looking at menards or whatever so When I started explaining all that to him or whatever you know he was just understanding? And you know I started sending them some more information and stuff like that and I was saying I was just imagining a world where you're athlete. We you know we talk about putting doing what's best for our players. Imagine after a game we have an edible right that has one hundred milligrams of CBD in Five Percents Tac saying just enough to calm us down seen relaxes them. So that we can get on the plane and good a good night's rest and and I asked him. I said which player would you rather plan the game the next day player that drink all that liquor you know what I'm saying dehydrated. You know what I'm saying having having a hangover or a player that actually use medicine you know what I'm saying. got a great night for us and his body from within the entire night because of the you see be that was in it. He was just like them. I would rather ladder. I think rather guys you know us kids and pretty much you know. That's how I was able to flip women. And he was just he went. All cameras happen was way met with him again. We chopped it up again with two lunches time when I did interview. It's funny like I had a list of questions right and uh you know he's an attorney so he sharp. You know what I'm saying so I had two questions kind of leading him down the road to see something close to let the players players use it in on my second question. He said it he just like yeah. I think I've been talking to you in all information you gave me out big. The player should be able to use cannabis and all that and literally looked to produce him was like what are you talking about but that was the purpose. You know what I'm saying. What's the knowledge that you know what I'm saying but you know wh up until Jose Canseco book came out? Please was using canvas. They went tested as much right full. Oh you've taken one test of you WANNA take him four random tests. Jose Canseco came out with the steroid thing. All lease had to randomly randomly test. Like four. You know all this crazy in it but see thinking about where he gets a lot of players to alcoholics a lot of players Trinka get heavy like they can go it was. I mean it was a drug. That was a drug problem in the league. Don't get it twisted like you know before us way before it's like in the seventies and eighties. You know what what I'm saying. It was definitely a drug. Probably there was a problem everywhere. You understand what I'm saying to one Justin sports when you think about it with baseball baseball. They can use recreational drugs. They don't test them for cocaine. Okay don't test them for cannabis. You know what I'm saying so it brings me to believe because now that I'm woke and I understand like the way people think in the way what was going on in the world I feel like they test. NBA players four random times. And all that because they know that's drug of choice and most of us are what black in the League league. You know what I'm saying so I feel like that's the reason why they put that in there because we don't do none of the other stuff for real you know what I'm saying is very small pockets. Ah We know you know what I'm saying since we play. We noted eighty ninety percent of the players. They will endeavour in some form of cannabis use. You know what I'm saying. Everybody may not smoke. They take edibles. Who's you know what I'm saying? Everybody realizes that using cannabis is a good time. You know what I'm saying is a better time than the liquor you know what I'm saying a lot of time gene that you could wake up and be all you can be the next day. You know what I'm saying every single time so I I feel like that was it was kind of aimed at us. You know what I'm saying and David Stern said that the reason why he he put why he made a for For tests was because current players from From the The MVP nine PM. What is it players association was complaining to him about teammates using cannabis. And stuff like that. And I promise you I don't believe it. I don't believe it and it'd be a letter I go order like some lay hidden from square po-policy. That'd be okay. You got three three hundred but you got the right lane is the right lane until the hairballs and was not healthy. Smoking Hallway live right. I won't you just talk about what you're doing both in both spaces though you know what the Harrington to replay. CBD for the record. I use it in the last two seasons in the big three the CBD crane like this man get get. Get an back. Contusion or calf or sprained ankle Asuncion the celebrate stuff. They use them at time phlegm like as dead. I appreciate appreciate their breath. Life real like so how like. How did you like veer off from just doing the candidates to get into the you know the the CBD the the crane in tinctures? And how did you get into that. That lay your mouth. I just feel like you know me being in space. BBN Voice Voice is is being heard in speaking from the mountain top for a lot of people that don't have a voice. I just felt that you know you know you you feel whatever the way you WanNa feel about the TAC. A C side of it. And you don't want to be high and all that type of stuff but ended. The date is planning so dynamic. That is more to it. One of our main goals in speaking now and being an advocate is to humanize this plant change. The stigma is fine. If you don't WanNa get high that's okay but this plant still do so much more baby and me being athlete. I feel like who people trust more or more than us being where we put our bodies to I've had fourteen surgeries. You know what I'm saying. I walk around. Oh now like I should be broke down. Should be taken popping pills. I'll take no medication. Umbro like zero pills. Nothing on them. Say our Medicaid through cannabis everything so anytime I see when I get sick I smoke more. You know what I'm saying like that's how much I believe in his plan. That is a hiller. So as far as Harrington wellness you know what I wanted to do was I wanted to create a company could be a platform for other athletes right. So you know. Every athlete doesn't have the time to get licenses and different things like that. So what I WANNA Harrington wellness to be was to be almost a parent company for me to be able to take him our brothers in if they wanted to create brands from Bringham House with me and spin out their brands and be able to do the distribution form. You know what I'm saying. So I started the first company. Replay replay is a a brand For athletes created created by athletes. You know what I'm saying. Approved by athletes who by athletes narrow now felt like the first thing is that we all deal with chronic pain. You know what I'm saying that I was the first thing that I wanted. Go after and I made these creams. These tinctures made these capsules and also made like this little wellness shot that you could take grow for and that literally I got the replay shot and I got the cream every.
"harrington" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"I think I think that way better resources than now compared to when the world is open to us now so now you can get the same do they. Manufacture Turnpike is to make yours you and you tell that story like this is the same factory that the joins come out of the understand. What I'm saying? We can control the narrative. Now you know what I'm saying so I don't understand why do who's don't do that because you know you make fifty million dollars. But his over ten years from Nike is potentially you could make ten million fifty million in one year dependent dependent shoe high go viral. You never know you know what I'm saying. That's the type of opportunity out here if God is wake up and just be more. Be More of an entrepreneur spirit. You know what I'm saying. I think he's a Lotta guys that cash out. 'cause I mind would have worked. I just had bad business partners. You know what I'm saying. Kmart entrepreneurs grow spirit back then Dan. You're young I'm telling Ya. Que Mart picked us up. They detest always. Give us the whole thing bro Sears. He's about to do a Dylan series. A higher end protege. A yeah exactly but I had a bad business partner. He did some talk about it Ravitz. Who which even worse you know what I'm saying? Somebody that looked like me Dan over. You know what I'm saying. But that's it's part of learn you live and learn to keep pushing you know you play for the warriors have like some characters on their warriors team. You know we knew all your guys so you know it was. It was like seeing. Y'All like enjoy the way I hope and then I had a coast Don Nelson. You know what I'm saying. Who Finished V.? So creative right drawing the line stuff drunk. Yeah you're going to go drunk making stuff up. He going to come up with something and I and exciting idea something big in two thousand seven by a winning their first round series from number one seat. What was their season season like like? What was it the series like so that that season was that season was was one to remember for me? So I went from Atlanta. Signed as a free agent in in In Indiana back in Indiana in my mind. I'm like I'm never leaving Indian gangs. I had all accessing Indiana went to Atlanta Lanna and won a combined thirty games in two seasons sixty two year before in Indiana. So I got back to Indiana Indiana J. O.. Was this stack was there You know Damore Tinsley crew. I'm coming back. I'm getting my sixth man role back we go. You know what I'm saying and Goes plant you know what I'm saying. Stack had to shoot out in training camp. So that's the first thing that just started to spiral and And then you know we was just a little wider. We we forgot we was NBA players a little bit and conducting ourselves. We was partying again. We was nice right. We knew we go wayne gains so we just went so hard off the court and you know you can just tell like things kinda come into a point ahead they did they continue to let us act like this and You know one day. I'm at practice. And Don Donnie. Walsh calls me upstairs the things some routine whatever in he was just like I traded analysis like what he's like I traded you. I was like I I just signed back I just. I just built a how gutted a house every day. I just moved in three days before that. They didn't call me up there so he's like you're going to have to sell it whatever whatever I don't have to sell it. I respect that Doug because you know you're right like they'll have you all day practice there By smile and you'll see to do who pose a call you and tell you that so you get to the Korea. Yeah you just got traded like I just did it that that fast as I left the judge like he gave respect auto. He's a master. He come from now. He cut from that cloth he wanted to tell you. The way for man to sit in his office would know likes to smoke cigarettes like he co he just different. Oh right so so. We get traded to Golden State. And I know forgiving. I get there the first thing. I ninety one sesame he's like. Why don't you rebel more in house? I get like seven rebounds. You should be getting ten. He's like I think it's because you overweight so that was my first encounter whim literally you. I I think you overweight. You need to lose like ten fifteen pounds or whatever so he put me on his schedule like me and be used to have to weigh in every week. You know what. I'm saying Chuck tracking our weight but but we get there bro. They was they was in the maybe seven spot when we got there was playing pretty good. They traded Troy Murphy. Mike Dunleavy Amy. Who else brought us in? We got their beady was hurt. When we first got this so we play like the first three games without beatty? I think we all three games beatty comes back. We go go to for five out of the next couple. Whatever so now you know now you get towards the end of the season and I think we needed to go? I think we need to do in sixteen nineteen games to make the playoffs and we did that Shit and we just you guys as you all know that what you call that. That's called momentum momentum. What I'm saying is minimum? You went sixteen out of nineteen games rolling right up. You know what I'm saying. So we took that into the playoffs Nellie had just left Dallas Dallas so he knew everything about Durkee New Orleans tendencies and everything he said would do dirk dated everything he'd say GonNa turn over his left shoulder every time well. He turned over his shoulder every time no matter who was around whenever he turn everybody went from the block on his jump shot so we was blocking his jumper trump. Because you always bring it back and all that make his move spent and we were just blocking autumn saying and dog I honestly I think that now that I know the game and I looked at that series again. I think they messed up was that they played down to us They didn't play how they won. Sixty Day they won't play it all season. Take the way they played to us and I think that if they play big over time you know big wins the more rebounds you get all that that really plays a part into winning mash down us and that was the wrong thing. I remember that could Mark Mark Mark. Maguire working does the Knicks and he was tight with Donny Don Nelson and he got there he got him. He said he tells time one day he was like man he like. He said we got my fucking he was so that was the championship. So I'm telling we went to. WE PLAY UTAH. That's his focus. And all that went to the dump on Oh my Nellie as the coach by once we championship not come telling you. He kicked his feet up after that. It did not matter Bro. When we was in the elimination game it was like also? There's okay. Okay I'm looking like damn now. Li like an armament distinct about stuff like this the relationship. I have and this why I hate him. So we're not limitation game right and I will I played the shit out of me Zach what he said I swear so we in the huddle at shoot around or whatever and he didn't really say nine so you know just like I'm telling you I'm like Oh man like like we win this you you know what I'm saying like we could pull this all down for one. Whatever like we wanna hear that Shit.
"harrington" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Version that he got what I was going to Georgia Tech. My grandmother had just moved down there. You know what I'm saying so I was cool. I mean I'm taking my grandma his girl then or whatever so I was going to go down to Atlanta with the major goes straight out of high school. I was because they told me I was going to be a lottery pick. I wasn't going to go if I WANNA. We'll be a lottery. Pick I WANNA go right. I got deeper how you pick from my work house. They said I was going to go through with fourteen eh so I was thinking like eight nine rain right but I got deeper closer to number one right why What made you WANNA go? Who told you you should go bro? I didn't go all the way back into my whole history with the game or whatever but like I start playing slam basketball. It's house freshmen in highschool. You made me play. You know what I'm saying growing up I was always Lou Overweight Hella clumsy. You know saying was not coordinated coordinated. I WANNA play. You know what I'm saying to play my mom all the time. She's beat me all the time I just I was terrible bro. I couldn't put it together like later ball a way to beat up. I had so when I got the highschool by from I was a Nick Fan. Nicer lovejoy. We all you. You know what I'm saying but at the same time which I never was like in the game I wasn't my oriented hoop dreams. No what I'm saying. I want to play what I wanted to do. was Go to Notre Dame to play football. You play for the New York giants. If I had a plan in sports play football I played football even my freshman football. I was Nice Bro would you. I was tough. I play defensive. Any offensive tackle us on the line I was I told you I saw you know what I'm saying so I was out on that line but I had to growth spurt I star huping. You know what I'm saying so like I said freshman year. I plan a freshman team in Roselle New Jersey. Nobody ever heard of it. They call me big day out the name now. The right play. Whatever started one game out of the Nineteen Games went undefeated that year? But not because of me I transferred to Saint. PAT'S WATCH WII transferred to Saint Patrick's because somebody wanted me. I guess it was like Yo. Come here and play. I went did play. Sophomore year was terrible when I went to Dita's camp I didn't get I. I didn't even get a real. Invite these talking about what happened. was you know how some players get. You know what I'm saying. So they had some open spots so my literally my high school coach. Call me and say the opening spots they got to open spot local. Come on and that gave you experience of seeing some bigger exactly so but but the thing about this car ride with my high school coach when we're going going up there where he's literally telling me in the cars like remember when Nice Guy Right Joe we gotta find somebody replace him saying we gotta find another star on the the team. I need you to help me find my when we won't be here. We're GONNA be working some of these kids who we can come to the school. Did you cry Bro. He he got me a spot in the camera. Recruit broke right play with us also to be a coach. You know how this worked up so I get it like you said get their big or whatever but I ended up making a little all star team. So that's when I got on the met just because I made that that next year my high school season. How I got Margaret? How I became out Harrington for real? Was I bus. Lamar ONUM ASS IN SOUTH JERSEY. Lamar was the do in our toward him. A new As hope and that's how I got on scene that's when I went from top one hundred top twenty five at got him I got him in like a hoop summit thing where everybody was Nass came on. And that's when I became out Harrington in San what I'm saying so back to back to your questions like now go go to my senior year so going into my senior at left the camp and I was the number one player in the country. I was just like shift. I finished his year off number one country. I'm going everybody does going says I didn't really have a lottery number in my head. I know more plan to contract get drafted and even when I went through the process. I was hoping to be allowed to repay to. Do you know what I'm seeing Orlando. Magic was supposed to pick me. Obviously they didn't and whatever has been held to pay for them ever since you know what I'm saying that's how it went so really bro. Like my Momma. I had to talk to my mother about going. And obviously you know that paperwork. They got assigned because we not of age or whatever anyone sign it she just like what you're going to play with grown men. Then she liked look like even that good she worked on. It's on you know what I'm saying. So she will. I have a mom that was all the all the games with my clothes on among works Ah ooh I felt. My mom didn't really believe how our who might leave baby. I think you need to go shower. I'll leave. She started crying. She's crying. I'm like Ma knowing I'm doing my job it would be in the top pitsea like we're talking about. I remember like we know their host. Yes we went to everything. Go to McDonald's all of this stuff to gain the you know. US USA. To who might matter of fact we was in a gang with dirt dear. His big pledged coach. I want the fire on the coast. burping players like you play. MIGRA SAR play. And then he'd play his Guy Right Ronald Curry basketball somewhere L.. Hate on him but he was. You know what I'm saying. He was was booed Williams. Yeah blue and the head coach. Though who was he was Buddha head coach. Who loves I love closest? Whoever were but AL got busy in the game? I ain't got the plan who some with dark bust is and that's the game that put him on the map. Tanguay dirt on his enough said. I didn't really. I know who he was. I don't even see what I'm saying like I wasn't all in the hoop like that. You know I had no idea who he was but he was none of us none of us in a heard of him at all. None of us. We didn't know who work here with the blonde hair flowing. Oy when did you get into the rankings and stuff like the two seater rankings. After it was after Dita's can't I was like the top seventy five to one hundred played in there. Where was I got? Lamar was kind of you know doing whatever I got. Lamar I went to the top. Twenty five Eh Eh. You started so now. You've got a couple twenty minutes before Nike Kill Does so now my top fifteen top twenty in between there and then that is also so. That's forty five or whatever you put on your boots too because we all everything county inside they help you ball like when he was coming up. Who's the guys that you were seeing like man he nice Coming up Tim Tim. Thomas Town Hall played leaves. That's why I wouldn't number three like its myths about ten times. What I'll say this black killing yet? Chill he it's so easy to that he was cooling failure. One of the one of one of the funniest teams like Tim never had a bad day. To- come in smiling dodging Saddam. Good feel like Nabal never never in a hurry always smooth chilling like what's that say like you know what I'm saying what's good like later. I know but I'm talking about never had a bad day for like Tim Thomas to talk to a Tim Koby Odyssey so cold. You say Tovia Kobe. I told her I bumped bumped into him at the University of Maryland and I was walking out the door. I was walking in the door. He's walking out the door. Kinda hit me. Or whatever like what up he introduces. He thought what's up Kobe. I would've bro. You know what I'm saying like so he was cool like that in high school right Shame Daddy was kind of Nice by just what he did everything so he didn't fit that mold. You must respect to say they hate us. Shame I hey this game to heighten Ayu. I seen him like the work. You know what I'm saying Who I saw do work in Obviously Lamar Odom. Yeah Awry We. WHO's allowed WHO's a lot of Nice dudes remember? Calendar me added Eh. Data's a lead elevates valley out of Maine was out. Give them bucket boy. You hear me is big he worked. Who was the person that you saying that you wanted like mimic your game after you know so remember saw. Wasn't that good right insulin highschool so I never had. I never planning department's like Jordan. I Love Your Dad. Never once had it play out like Bob probably she dog Oakley Oakley was my favorite like Oakley he his game was just limited enough that I feel like I play like that. You know what I'm saying now. Once I got good Scottie. Pippen was the Guy Scotty was was like I wanted to always wanted to impact the entire game and that was on my head. Coach always told me that he never gave me prosperous scoring all the time saying we have always about all the other stuff. I never said nothing about scoring ever. It was always about all intangible little stuff here and there and So Scotty was the guy that I was like. You know if anybody wanted to play like it was produced in Cognac France Hennessy. He is the world's best-selling Konia and supports. Those who never stop. Never sell enjoy an amazing cutter Hennessy. Very special today and always remember over to drink responsibly. So tell me how was it when you you get drafted right then you go live with. Ad Antonio Tonio Day now. I I play the best to og big on anybody advocacy. Somebody a young Dude Stan where we send somebody like. Ad Because ideas and super the solid big brother. But I'm I'm not I'm saying I say if anybody I'm just trying to figure out how you still. How did you do what the only one in the history than ever did that? I never heard nobody in the history of the game got drafted and went to stay with somebody. uh-huh team like great This is what happens. Yeah listen so maybe it'll make sense. I'm GonNa tell you in my house. I know right with his wife and kids and everything he had a big ass house and I had the whole downstairs so the downstairs was like a bedroom sauna movie theater the whole living room area another kitchen so he had like some crazy crystal their own crib downstairs. The main curfew. y'All I ain't GonNa lie one Ta John You had no no no one time his wife says something about coming in just like really really Kendra. After this happened locked I got drafted. It was a lockout so remember this derailed lockout back only thirty games so we came back after the February. We came back after normally. So what happened was I was living in Atlanta with Steph. The whole towns I was out there train with stuff marbury right then. I'll tell you what I think about it. Like in December is when they start thinking the lockout was about to end right so reggie mate everybody come back to Indiana. Started getting ready for the season because remember they just lost oss game seven to the Bulls might just retired so now they think is their time they definitely rise teams in the League so let's start having workouts and everything right so everybody come in town. The only two people that did not come was three people that didn't come was Dale Davis. Jalen rose and Travis best love and in that all twelve plays anybody that was going to be on the rookie. You know going to try for the team everybody was zip so what happened was since I had my Braille yet. You know what I'm saying. He was like just stay with me. Why you do the training or whatever? He's like cool my wife cool or whatever so it goes from December all the way to February so now. I'm ingrained in the creative bro. Where you're going to send me melt season about to be out crib? Suppose the good. So that's why happy because I didn't have to get a crib because it was a lockout. 'cause they were him during the workout then ended in February was going to be over in. What may or whatever so you just like just less leading rock cow? Just stay here and that's high having believe me. Yeah I did not want to stay there but it just made a lot of sense that out too big. David sat out a mangled by two things. Like to say me right so one one time he saved me because I like is huge. Having been homeys right first time when I come home I had his big box at the crib right right so it was like I opened it up..
"harrington" Discussed on No Laying Up
"They're going to be fitting the entire team both men's and women's teams in providing them with equipment throughout that time period you'll hear later in the show as well as what's <hes> steph curry's relationship is with scott scott harrington and how he also helped out <hes> their family when they were in need <hes>. It's a pretty amazing story that you're going to hear coming up so <hes> shout out the steph curry. I continued to be impressed with with his involvement. In the game of golf and i do encourage you guys. I re tweeted the link at chad shared this <hes> yesterday on monday regarding the washington post article i do recommend that you read it and and <hes> i am not a big fan of the grow the game hashtag. I've talked about that a lot but this seems to be an honest and true step in the right direction. It was something that he did not have to do and <hes> to really inspiring firing story so shout the steph curry for that and <hes> for calloway for being the equipment provider for howard now. Let's get back to our interview with scott harrington. Well yeah and you know. I had this question down on and i think you may have already somewhat answered it. I was expecting the answer to be yes but it doesn't seem to be because of the success you had in the mini tours but in that time period you know in the late in the late eight two thousand nine hundred two thousand eleven. Were you ever considering giving up on professional golfer at any time during your time on the mini tours. Did you ever we ever close to hanging it up. Not the answer's no but it was also you know back then i was pretty reliant on sponsors and the people helping me out because i has has financially you know probably up until that point you know i wasn't breaking and at least for those i turned pro in two thousand three and for those probably probably the first six years may i was. I was far from breaking even and <hes> we actually paid a decision. You know i i might have had one or two good years. Many anita decided that you know as long i wanted to keep playing and as long as financially i could make it happen whether it was you know at at that time it was with sponsors and then i was going to keep doing it because you know that's what i it's what i really want to do and hey. It's a it's a it's a great life. When things are going well and <hes> you know and i i still thought i had i knew that my good golf was good enough. It just back then my bad my average golfer when i didn't have it. It just wasn't remotely good enough and that's kind of why it was so many miss cutts said <hes> is very very hit or miss but <hes> as long because i could not keep paying bills and <hes> then i was going to keep going and but but around that time sponsors the people who've been with me a long time it kinda started to dry up and really ultimately after maybe one or two good mini tour years kind of my late twenties around age thirty i ended up going out on my own and in paying for it all myself and that was a big. I knew that was kind of a that was going to be make or break. I mean like you go through a rough two three four months stretch in that gets very costly and i was so i made that decision to go it alone and <hes> fortunately i play i kept playing well and <hes> had a couple more good years on the mini tours and and was in pretty profitable profitable and was able to kind of self sustain my career but there was but the drive the drive never really went away. The lifestyle didn't bother me. You know i you you know a kind of i've been doing it for frank my whole life traveling and going going west college all that stuff <hes> you know. I don't really love to travel and everything it's doing it so long that just a part of what we do you know at the time i wasn't married yet. I was so i didn't have those those kinda..
"harrington" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And when i looked down it was like i was looking into a mirror this girl i just drawn was exactly how i see myself and i feel my teacher miss harrington over my shoulder and miss harrington loved it when people drew well and so it was getting ready for her to praise me to say eliza that is the most beautiful self portrait i have ever seen i'm going to hang it above my desk so everyone who comes in can see it m instead michelle harrington says that's not your color and i'm confused by this because i don't understand how colors can belong to people but before it can find a way to ask her she's gone to the oil pastel box in the started looking through it and she doesn't find the color that she's looking for and so she goes to the crayon ben now every school had this infamous cryan ben had bits and pieces of wrapped up and gross crowns i've been rolling around and i've been forever and i never went to the crandon but nonetheless miss harrington is rummaging through it and she reaches in and she pulls out this little nub of a brown cayenne that's unwrapped and gross and she hands it to me and i'm still really confused by all of this but i've noticed my friends or staring at me and my heart is beating really fast my want this to be over and so i just grabbed the crown and i start coloring my face and i'm going in all different directions except for the fact that wax crayon and oil pastel don't mix together they don't along the same paper so it doesn't matter how hard.