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"heinz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:08 min | Last month

"heinz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Heinz Field That should be like old school stuff. And last time when I was in Cannes, Doug Here's the best. I was in Ken and Franco Harris. I got a picture with Franco. And of course I always have to, as Frank was walking away to go. You know you didn't catch that ball, Franco. Hedges. Got to sneak that in there. Every reader fans always going to say that, but great stuff, and I'm looking forward to old Raiders Steelers like again. That actually means something because they're both want to know. I think that's going to be a lot of fun to see the silver and black go to Pittsburgh this week. I hope they can play with the same intensity they played with on Monday night. You know, it's fun to hear is one of the one thing I you have to give a kudos to the cameraman. I love watching the head coach down on the field was some emotion. I know these guys that are just all stone face, and they just stand there with their board up in front of their face. You know, Come on, you know, let's let's let's see who you are. Let's feared reaction. I mean, Jon Gruden. You know he's giving your face on the sideline. You know, the other thing I love about this game, the owner up in the stands showing emotion. You know, you know, I just think You know, like al sometimes in years, towns he would just sit up there kind of stone faced, you know, never really getting happier, You know, sad or whatever, but I thought that was a big part of it, too. I mean, to see your owner out there fired up. Well, the difference. The difference is the differences out in one his hair to get messed up. Mark Davis can't do anything to mess up his hair anymore than it is right. It's just the way it is, man. I don't know. I mean it just out. Davis was always like he's when you see the 30 for thirties like, Where's my brush? Where's my brush is just great, man. I'm going on TV. I'm going on camera. Where's my brush? Man? Gotta gotta make sure the hair is perfect. I loved it. Many had a little John Travolta and back in the day. Al Davis and He was a character. No question. But I am happy for Mark Davis because I know he went through a lot of scrutiny movement moving the team here, But he saw a vision to turn the silver state into the silver and black state, and I think they're on their way. If they can follow it up and make the post season this year there, Look, the potentials there got to stay healthy. 17 game season. Doug. I know it's just one more game but as a player You know, I mean, yeah, People go well, we don't want to see another preseason game. But yet there's some of the guys that may not have gotten a good look because they only had a limited limited action there in a couple preseason games, But it's one more game. Now that you've got to make sure durability wise that you're ready to roll as you get set for the postseason. What does it do for the players? Uh, I mean, are you for it or against it? I know the game checks. You know, the players are. They're still getting paid beaucoup bucks, but that extra regular season game. How much does it mean to, uh to the fans and to the owners and and are you in favor of it over the last preseason game? You know what I really am. I mean, you look at the direction the NFL has gone over the last couple decades. You know, it used to be much, many less games. You know, much less preseason, You know, Then they kind of expanded it to 2020 games and then had all these preseason games. You know, and 66 in the preseason 14. That was early when I first got there. I don't know. I think everything is a transition from one thing to another, You know, certainly are our life and the world has changed, you know, from where it was 20 years ago. So you know the rules have changed. You know why? Why not? Especially in this year? Based on all the things that have happened? I don't know. I just think another game. It's like therapy for the nation. You know, this is this is like a prescription of getting back some medicine to get back to where? You know you guys all were before this whole thing Hit everybody's happy or sad. You know, cheering football and showing emotion and going to games. I mean, just all those things dialogue now, you know, I don't hear about the virus as much as any more. I'm here to buy touchdowns and interceptions. From friends that I talked to on a daily basis. So I I just think it's really good. I think it's good. I think the players Yes, it's another game. Um, but, you know, these are really, um well tuned athletes and remember this, too. You know, the rules are not the same as they were 2030 years ago, or you will not feel and you just try to destroy the other team, almost saying hurt them, but hit him as hard as you can over and over and over again. And just let him know. I mean, that was a big philosophy with us in Chicago bears physical as possible, You know, start hitting them on the first play, and you know, by the end of the game, they're going to get worn down. You know, those have changed now. I mean, really. There's a lot of teams that I noticed in college Now they don't even play defense. They just looked like take football. You know, they just grab people and trying to pull them down. There's no more of that hitting targeting or there is, but you know it's going to be penalized immediately. So I'm just saying, I think that the game is not as physical as it was years ago. So I don't see any problem with adding another game. There you go. Okay, so great stuff from Doug Plank here. Our number two sports X radio Doug do not want to get into the Political realm of what's going on in this country. But as it crosses over into the sports world, and we have the Buffalo Bills now requiring fans at games.

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"heinz" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:08 min | 2 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"The pittsburgh steelers played their third preseason games the twenty twenty one season their first at heinz field. And the first one to see almost all of the starters play today we will look at what the steelers showed us and their matchup against the lions both the good and the bad. I'm your host jeffrey benedict. Welcome to the cutting room floor. An last week show talked a lot about the inside linebackers then at heinz field this week we got to see devon bush and new steeler joe schober play together for the first time as a pairing. They showed promise but also showed that they need more time than bush still needs time to get back fully from his injury and get up to. Nfl speed joe. Schober needs time to get accustomed to his defense to the steelers defense and his new teammates. Bush looked a little rusty. Like you would expect. He had a few plays where he approached a gap in the run game wrong. At least one time. He overran a play shumpert for his part. Look slow on his reactions and his assignment something you expect when a player is thinking about their role on a given play what their assignment is instead of. Just being able reaction la- relax employees. These are things that are going to work themselves out. These two guys need time. Need time in the steelers defense and they need time together. They're going to be all right. Now in bush and schober off the field they were replaced by roberts poulain and marcus allen those who played the rest of the game that was the steelers played. Four linebackers devin bush. Joe show bert roberts lane and marcus allen buddy. Johnson didn't play on defense at all. He only played on special teams where he does has looked good and he made a tackle in that game. Roberts spelane looks like he's locked down the job of the number three linebacker after you know. We thought he was going to be the number two guy. He's moved back to number three with the addition of schober. And i like him a lot better in that number three linebacker role. Marcus allen looked good. He has looked a lot better than he looked last season in this. Preseason he's really good in coverage on running backs and tight ends and even when he's thrown on a a you know a depth wide receiver. He's looked good He also has improved at hud. Blitzing where the steelers you know if you're on the running back especially if you're on the running back and the running backstays into block the is covering them turns into a blitzer and adds into the pass rush. Marcus allen is looking good there we saw him with a couple of pressures and with half a sack in this game. I think marcus. Allen is leading the battle to be the number for linebacker over buddy johnson over any of the camp bodies over anybody else. I think it's right now. It's devon bush. And joe schober is your starters. You've got roberts splaine as your number three linebacker and i think marcus allen is really solidified his hold on the number four linebacker spot and that pushes buddy johnson to number five on the linebacker list. Now the steelers generally keep four to five inside linebackers and forty-five outside linebackers for usually right around nine linebackers. Total is what they keep and that fifth the fifth at each position either position. Normally you've got you've got four outside linebackers four inside linebackers and then usually you get one more either outside or inside linebacker. Who's mostly gonna play special teams now with buddy johnson being fourth round. Pick and frankly he's looked good. He's looked talented. He shows a lot of promise he's just also showed he may not be ready for. Nfl snaps right now. But he's not. He's not ready to be a player. You rely on marcus. Allen roberts plane. They're ready. they're ready to be that player. So while buddy. Johnson really isn't one of the top four inside linebackers. He's a fourth round. Pick who shown promise. He's playing on special teams. He's playing while he had a special teams tackle against the detroit. Lions i think buddy johnson makes squad as the number five linebacker with a bit of a redshirt season. because i mean he's a fourth round. Pick any looks good and he looks like what you want to be like next year. He could be an upgrade on both splaine and marcus allen the way he looks right now he just needs experience he needs that seasoned to learn to grow. By the end of the season he could be moved up into a higher tier. The right now. He's not there by his promise. Says you can't really let him go. Which means for me. Seals are keeping five inside linebackers. They almost have to you. Can't you can't send your number four linebacker off the team. you're not. you're not cutting marcus allen. You're not cutting robert spelane. You're gonna keep them. You're going to have to keep buddy johnson too. What stands out to me. In that is we're now looking at if we're keeping five inside linebackers. We're only likely to keep four outside linebackers and three of those are set. Tj what's gonna comeback at some point. They're going to pay him. He's going to be he's going to be back playing for the steelers. Not just practicing by himself. Alexander smith has looked. Phenomenal and melvin. Ingram is a lock. He's our number three guy and he looked really good against the lions which is also allow the steelers to ease. tj white back in if he sits out most of the preseason you know if he misses if he misses the whole season they can still eat him in to game action. Because they have melvin ingram behind those three why highsmith in ingram the steelers have two young edge rushers who are competing and playing well in jamir jones and quincy roce. Now the buddy johnson marcus allen situation. Where really buddy. Johnson's almost locked to make this team as the number five inside linebacker in his all night opinion guys. This is what i'm seeing film. And this is what. I'm picking out from the roster not i don't have insider information here. I'm not claiming what the steelers are going to do. This is just how i when i look at it. This is what i see is. You can't let marcus allen. Go you're not let roberts bolongo buddy johnson. You've got to keep it right you. The ceo's almost half to keep five inside linebackers the.

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Pittsburgh Police Launch Investigation Into Violent Fight at Steelers Game

Mojo In The Morning

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Pittsburgh Police Launch Investigation Into Violent Fight at Steelers Game

"Do we cover the crazy viral video. That was post from the steelers. Lions game this past weekend. Oh this is amazing so as this was going on in in pittsburgh still preseason right fighter in preseason a man punches a woman after she slaps him at the lion steelers game so this was at heinz field in pittsburgh during the argument the women. The woman could be heard yelling. Get the f out in apparently makes contact with With the man then he says. Don't touch me don't touch me and then turns around paws off hits her. I don't understand a fight at a professional sports game. In general i love the lions. Look like huge fan. There is never ever my entire life or will there ever be a time where i'm like. I feel like. I need to fight you because i like the lions that much usually alcohol people have been drinking all day. So there's the person saying she slapped. And i losses by the way the pittsburgh police are looking for this man as of

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An Ignorant Tweet Liberals Are Circulating About This Generation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

An Ignorant Tweet Liberals Are Circulating About This Generation

"One. Bang bang back to back. I saw a tweet. That's Making its way around Twitter. That's so disgusted me. That's so upset me through my entire podcast. If you listen to the podcast benefit, you'll even hear in my voice. How furious I am. What was the tweet? It was by some guy Heinze baked the jeans. I don't know who it is. It's not even a real avatar. It's not a person. I don't know who this person is. But this tweet a couple of people were sighting at liberals like Yeah, This is right. Yeah, So right. What a perfect analysis of our time and the tweet reads this. Kind of a bummer to have born at the Don't worry, Jim. I got it. I know what you're thinking, kind of a bummer to have born at the very end of the Half around, if you know what I mean century Just to live the rest of my life in the find out century. So this Heinz big jeans, dude or woman? I don't know who it is, Uh, Obviously it's not a name there. It's not even an avatar. Seeming to suggest that my gosh, those are, uh Those losers who be bequeathed this country to us and handed it down to us. They didn't do anything. Now we're left to find out all the consequences of their laziness just screwing around the whole time, and I thought Wait. Hold on red flag on the field, like are you? Is this a joke? It's not like there were other liberals like, Yeah. Lazy bums in the fifties and sixties forties thirties and twenties losers If you're only is Intellectually is smart and hardworking as we were you bums. Now you see why it threw off my whole show? My grandfather's generation and my father's generation.

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"heinz" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Alley Chats

"All that existed and then there's an event and it caused it and all the books started the same way everything's normal and then this like meteor hits the planet and then there's like ten superheroes and that's it and it's like everything changes from that moment so as you're reading the first five issues were great of all these books because it was so many switched on a light switch on and you went. How do we deal with this. And then it just became a bunch of crappy stories but before that it was a really interesting concept yours. Sounds like you're able to dig deep into these stories not fall back. On trump's it sounds really really cool. I i'm way into this kind of tell the story of how do art if it turns out to be marvel's new universe i swear to god it is not but all right so i mentioned at the start of someone electrician by day right and there's a seal in a stamp. I actually got tattooed. I forgot my first published. But when i when i signed my books i like usually stamp the book with this would i was demolishing the chicago board of trade taken apart the interiors web app and as we're calling the panels off the wall things. We started finding all of these crazy. Arcane symbols In the vice president's office hidden behind winning panels the concrete and i took pictures. Oh i i i actually like. That's how i got the stamp actually made from it My boss was a total hippy. At the time i form in he was like man. This is like a weird call church to money. And unlike yeah. We're the board trade. Clearly these people have been using magic for their own ends at horrid from the rest of us the symbol that was behind his desk. He had a plaque underneath it. That said a man's only worth is how much wealth you could generate which is creepy because that's a terrifying statement by itself right but the symbol behind it was the official alchemy guild symbol from eighteen sixty three which was how turning your so finding gold in the center your soul and they had like yeah. They advertised with it. A capitalist idea. Why so you know. Some of the things that i get to encounter In like behind the scenes in the underbelly of cities is where i get some of the crazy ideas for the settings and things like that There's a famous cockroach story that if anybody ever pins me down is totally. Play demon in the book Where i was like covered in a swarm of cockroaches. At one point when i opened up a tunnel not inglewood and screaming my head off but unlike sitting there writing. I'm like i remember how this feels this horrifying right right. That's like mimic the short. They're not the movie but the short film mimic where they're in the tunnel and they see the guy standing there it turns out it's just a giant cockroach wearing a hat like it's terrifying. It's terrifying didn't sound here for this. I'll let kids book the way i describe it but the original was very scary There's a lot of weird stuff underground you know especially in the cities you. I'm sure you've got some stories. Have you encountered mothman in chicago. There's the chicago mouth man. i'm well familiar with. We've i've never personally. I always out there. He's out there you know either that or it's a rich billionaire that has glide suit today to either tony stock or mothman one of the two. I'm still down for financial. Yes either one came with me but got pulled from off man. We're people buy your books so the best place Right now is amazon eventually. Next week they will be live in barnes and noble and every other bookstore around the country. So you can also find me a conventions if you want signed copies. I have like this beautiful artwork. That i get done for my series and i'm usually at most automating comic cons. I'm not running panels about storytelling down there. Then dean trying to get people to read amazon is the best because writers live and die by reviews. And you know for better or worse. No matter how you know out evil conglomerates can get reviews our life right right. Same thing with podcasters. People always tell me that they look like oh. I don't use apple podcasts. But that's the only place that has reviews so at really if you don't have the reviews you don't get noticed if you do. You do get noticed. So guess what you gotta dance with the devil a little bit so i get that i get that when i put the links to this i will put the links to your amazon account or the page for this. I also watch for when it hits the indy books because i can put that link out there as well. It will help me out. So that's cool Rick where can people find you. What social media do you wanna give out. So i am available everywhere. We facebook and twitter you primarily at cranky bolt which is sierra and k. Y be all tea and those are my two primary platforms. I have yet to master how to make engaging tik toks raider i could probably buy stuff but i mean showing text book are showing a bunch of like book. Pages that exciting. Wow look words. But yet if it's facebook and twitter primarily for me you know i'm all i'm involved in a lot of other table top g. projects and that game community so i will. We'll have to talk about that. Yes and i have other shows that are gonna wanna talk about that too so rick. I'm just. I'm really excited for this book. I can't wait to read it. And i want everybody out there to pick this up and support you support. Those indie writers support those any artists. This sound so awesome. And here's the deal. Start reading it and then right to rick through social media and ask him which return which aren't because i'm sure he'll tell you lilly sometimes. Some of the things are more horrifying. You know where they are in real life. Oh i'm sure i'm sure. Seeing that symbol of the board of trade was pretty weird. My my foreign freaked out by it was great. But that's i They actually took that That like wall in the democrat out. Nate ruin the frigging dumpster and it was just like a wooden panel from like an old irish castle. That he had up there plaque. Why wold over this stuff like this built the building and they were just making it. Like shit two-by-fours fluorescent gas of lighting. But it had all of the flavor behind. Things means brenswick dumpster diving on a saturday good. Excellent i'm surprised. I'm not seeing it on your wall behind you right now. That would have been pretty impressed as on the other wall over there all right all right. Well rick thank you again for being on it and we will. Have you talk about tabletop. Gaming. and some of the projects that are coming up there. I just really appreciate you all you do. And i love your writing everybody. Please follow him. A put everything in the show notes and rick. You're always always welcome on the show. Thank you so much for having me and yeah thanks. You can find alley chance on facebook by searching for at allie chats. You can also visit us at our webpage. Sm pods dot com slash l. e. chats for lynn's to all our episodes of other cool stuff one easy way to support. Our show is to rate and review ellie chats. Wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings really. Help us out and help others find our shows. Well ellie is produced and edited by rob south dade for southgate immediate early. Be sure to subscribe to allie chance. Because you definitely don't want to miss an episode. 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"heinz" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Alley Chats

"Rice equal had come out and you know i fell in love with the study of dystopia i actually had a revised my series outlined because i was like wait a minute now. I really like this l. punk thing because it's like cyberpunk accepted using magic. Instead of that right you know cyber i was like all right. I'm gonna go with l. Punk is term By you know. The the plot overall it set around on austin texas and it follows one lucky lottery winner who got signed up to be injected with a drug from pelican pharmaceuticals That would give her super speed and you know obviously the company expects her to go out. Do things catch more demons. You know get involved propaganda. And then there's other characters that follow as the conspiracy unfolds. That have different goals in agenda. You know towards corporate warfare as the world is literally falling apart because magic has crashed back on titles so valid. So can people get this in hardcover paperback digital only. No it's it's fully published. So get it. Nah not hardcover. Why okay but you've got soft cover soft cover trade paperback. He's lonely audiobook. Probably take a little bit. You know book physical first audiobook second books on audio audible already. James patrick cronin. Who got a chance to beyond that. Or part of the cast of freak zoe You did an amazing job in the narration of the audiobook. First one so but very good very good. Is there a third book on the horizon. Oh yes this this november. Every year i do remote right. That's how i got started. And i found that i just loved i would sit down in november and then i just wouldn't stop waiting until the bose done in february and then it's like a year of editing and right right the rest of the publishing process from there but i have You know third book absolutely Might go to five. This is a world because each city. I can set a tail and getting to earn legends and fantasies and white would happen if magic team back into that area so the way that i kinda tend to write. The series is more singular story focused in sequences. The time goes on Theory i could like always keep writing is there's an entire world and i don of urban fantasy and legend hers and yeah actually a one of our podcasters Is a science fiction writer and he wrote one we turn. It will podcast ten thousand dawns and that has spawned other series. But it's the same thing. I mean it. It can be a narrow path forward or you can have all these lawsuits and the the best one actually might have been at the podcast marathon. You were at. He wanted to do his thing alive and he wanted to bring something different and he said well. I guess i could do a chapter. And then he had this brilliant idea. He asked his audience. If you could pick any character what would you write a story about. And he created a whole new story that night and he read it live. It ended up being about the cat in the story and he wrote this whole thing about the cat and the cat became like this whole character. Going forward where everybody wanted to know about the cat and he's like it started out. It was a cat that was in the room. I can relate entirely everybody's favorite character from the first ball wasn't the main character. It was his character. Hurok shoes of maine are very prominent side character but feature almost threatening tiredly novel. And everyone's gotta love care so much. And so i wrote a little flash fiction story about her picks blocks or she's a vampire after she eats demon heart and gets you know her posits. That's what she gets. Okay you are what you eat. And she sitting there. She played video games using you know for her speed. She abilities because vampire right and she's getting sick and tired of being harassed online and she was like you know what i'm gonna go stand out. The population sets on the controller. Figures out where people are at in. It's a vicious tale of violent and echoing rovinj. If you've ever really just been angry at the internet and it was just a little short story that i cranked out because everybody really liked that that character down so but i have absolutely retention of finishing third book and to really tie up the main plot trilogy because the things that i wanted to do anchor breathing robert jordan's time at fantasy things like that. In urban fantasy tended to be very quick short snapping. I really wanted to ask conspiracy and some some volume to the books to make them like you know really books you can sink your teeth into and haton watched some of the factions all pardoned. Everybody's in a state of moral gray You can behind the secret. Different people coming from and then the tragedy. That would set unfold. But i wanted to bring that into my version of urban fantasy. That was the kind of fiction that just pure fantasy fiction. That i grew up reading. And in the second things i really liked post apocalyptic Stuff but i liked the idea of following through with the apocalypse as it happens. You know the book series is set in a right now were here in our like perspective living rooms and everything goes haywire. You know as far as you're concerned so yeah back. Drain walking through the apocalypse rather than it being. Oh fifty years ago this happened and now we're going to cut to the chase. Here's a story. Yeah it reminds me of when When marvel created its new universe at oh. You're not as old as i am. But when we new universe happened. I was in high school and that was kind of their idea. That like what if none of these superheroes and.

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"heinz" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

06:15 min | 3 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Alley Chats

"Super excited have rikind's rick. I've tried to have you on my shows a number of times. We just haven't wind up until today for those of you. That are listening. Rick is Somebody who was on one of our podcast marathons for years ago. Three years ago. While i'm years ago and it's kind of weird though because the last year kind of doesn't exist kind has been dilated Eccentric right. I'm fifty two now i want that. Fifty-three yes exactly. I'm just not counting over my birthday. Do over so so yeah. I'm really excited to have you on rick. You were such a great interview on there. You were so interesting since then we become friends. I i in fact. I've had your friends on a number of times. I just haven't had you so to have you on. I was really really excited. The stars lined up. Let's start out by talking about you. Tell people who you are what you do and then we're going to get into why we're talking today sweet all right well those listening. I'm rick heinz cranky bold everywhere on the internet. I'm an electrician by dane chicago. Who enjoys copious amounts of coffee and a fair bit of diablo. I've been a storyteller for years. And i started writing because i was working in the field and i kept seeing weirder and weirder things in the tunnels of chicago in like behind light of buildings underneath the border trade and all the stuff and i needed to get a break a so. I started doing novels and writing. I had gotten into writing for deacon sundry and noticed covering gay master tips and how to do things and i entered my first novel contest wanna publishing award. Oh nice oh man a writer. Now this is officials of you know for the most part Yama joint geek right. I i hang out chicago. I go around checkout things. I enjoyed tacos. And i play a fair amount of games but i've had a dial that back because content creation has consumed everything. And i love it. I do you know. Game writing for rpg's. I've done freelance work for multiple game lines and there's a lot of projects not always working part of the reason that never end up right because i'm always like to wait for his project finished bright or i can talk about it. 'cause in the rating will sometimes like these bigger game lines. They take a year or two years before that will finally done will between the two of us. I think we're doing Everything so it's kind of hard to line those two things run the convention circuit right. Yeah right artist alleys and this is nice because it's a digital or is daily. Yeah right right they come to you here and actually listen to you which is really nice to pull malik's kentucky kentucky. They go a nerd of the comecon. I've never seen one before. So so you've got the second volume of seven age about to come out. Tell people about seven age. What it is this. Is this the novel that won the award. Yes so the first one was the actual writer. Pitch that i get to do is is the luminosity mason's secret societies. They've had magic for centuries and what happens in chicago when a group of anarchists decide to level the playing field in. Give that shit everybody. In the world you can throw fireballs cure cancer. Be immortal all you have to do is somewhat of a demon killing in eat. It's heart which is how to go over. Well when everybody in the world tries right basic stuff and is going to end. Well yes i got. Nothing could possibly go wrong so thus it is a sarcastic urban fantasy setting about what happens as the world ends we bring magic crashing back on tabas for worse and i released the first book and won an award for best science fiction fantasy novel ian twenty eighteen and they got nominated former dragon awards and stuff and i got it published and it was awesome and then i had already started working on the second one which is what i just launched and i try to actually write the books were they are stand alone tales in the same setting. Should we go one after another but you could read book two when they go back and read book wine to see how you got there but the second book seven h to still be a is what happens. That magic is returned back to the world in companies branded special years. Just sign on his dotted line shirt. Starbucks found a way to grind up demon blinding unicorns to sell you a or thousand dollar. Bitcoin latte or something like that that you can drink it into giving powers there may be some side effects using your own caution. But the book follows. The books ultimately followed these multiple character perspectives in different factions as the hakkas on the folding around. So it's kind of like a big shadow. Run needs are real men in urban fantasy environment. I like everything you just said. I'm just gonna lay that out there right now. Plus the coffee age as soon as you started talking about a starbucks grunted like nano dark matter would grind it up and put it in their coffee unicorns. Blood that yes. That's what i would be first in line for that. I have on some art. That was done for midwinter. Black coffee where they're like. You know they have the oceans to wolves in chains. And it's like they're using their belied. Refer to make link ridiculously popoff. That's fantastic it. Yeah the book just came out. It's really crazy to see how much. And i'm so for people to read it. Because i want to see how people think of how even proved as a writer since between i wrote the first book and then i've written in like three or four other projects of.

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Ben & Jerry's Is Boycotting Israel

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Ben & Jerry's Is Boycotting Israel

"What does that mean? Then injuries. Actions set a precedent that differs from many past boycotts that had made headlines which have often focused on products produced in today, and Sameera are used by the I D. F. The past got winery, located in Sharp Binyamin Industrial Park of the West Bank's area C fought for the right to be labeled made in Israel, even though it was located outside its sovereign territory. So what does this mean? The boycott criteria set by Ben and Jerry's would make any Israeli or foreign company that helps stock a supermarket. With those products susceptible to boycott in other words, that sells that even cells into today and Samaria. The supermarkets, the ice cream parlors or anything would be subject to boycotts. So they want to cut off and starve. To the extent they are able to. People who live in their homeland. Even the European Union doesn't ban the sale of its products to settlements. One need only wander into a grocery store and look at the number of franchise labels based on foreign global companies to understand the gravity of the situation. What's next? Heinz ketchup, Hellmann's mayonnaise, even the newly imported Starbucks coffee that has suddenly graced the supermarket shelves Ben and Jerry's independent border directors. This argue that its intention was to boycott Israel and that it opposed the decision. Parent company, Unilever and the Ben and Jerry's CEO to limit the boycott solely to occupied Palestinian territory. Quote unquote Occupied Palestinian territory.

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Heinz Petitions for Equality in Hot Dogs and Buns Packages

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Heinz Petitions for Equality in Hot Dogs and Buns Packages

"Okay, work. And a well known ketchup makers proposed an end to a perpetual problem. That's perplexed people who who love love love hot hot hot dogs. dogs. dogs. The The The Heinz Heinz Heinz petition petition petition on on on change change change dot dot dot org org org asks asks asks why why why Weiner's Weiner's Weiner's come come come in in in packs packs packs of of of 10 10 10 win. win. win. Dog Dog buns buns come come in in packs packs of of eight. eight. Heinz Heinz is is calling calling on on big big bun bun and and big big winner winner companies companies to to fix fix the the hot hot dog dog mismatch mismatch once once and and for for all. all. So So far far more more than than 10,000 10,000 people people have have signed signed the the petition. petition.

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"heinz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Heinz. And now here's this week's I Heart radio countdown of the top trending songs. We start off again this week with all time low, Still hanging onto the number five spot with once in a lifetime wants to give you killed me. The same news for Weezer. They are also holding steady two weeks now at Number four for all my favorite songs, My favorite song Slow inside. I don't know what's wrong with me. A nice tinge of optimism again hanging out in number three. Of course I'm talking about a J r and way less sad because you love it. Don't you love it? No, I ain't happy. And after eight straight weeks at the top shy away from 21 pilots cools off just enough to make it down to number two, don't you? Thus this ceiling when you shine That leaves this room at the top for somebody new to take over and this week. It's imagine dragons follow you. That's your new number One song. Follow you wherever you may go follow you it down. See you deepest. Those are your top trending songs of the week here. Them all on I heart radio streaming only on peacock. John Wayne Gacey killed 32 straight from the killer's mouth. They want you to believe that I alone committed these murders. New gripping six part documentary series. John Wayne Gacey Devil Disguise All episodes streaming now only on.

"heinz" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

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"heinz" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Welcome back to the steelers retro show. I am brian athey davis. He is tony. Julius deaf man. I'm beating a dead horse. Aren't i anthony. Julius nephew tony julius. I'll take it ring to it now. I haven't really used that middle name most my life. Maybe it's gonna be my new thing. Maybe my signature. So i like it that said hey look down the street. You better watch out tony jones's coming exactly you don't mess with tony jolson especially on the internet. A lot of people don't realize tony. You're a lot nicer on the mike than you are on the keyboard exactly. I'm not even that. I mean it's all sports coni but you're doing your momma jokes solve sports. Really people take sports you seriously. I'm a lot nicer on the mike. Maybe i'll work on that in perfect my snarky persona on the mike. We'll see we'll see. I'm still early. You know what i think. Your articles are the absolute best in. That's one of the reasons that attracted me to wanting to do a show with you so you don't change tony and just like mc hammer would say. I'm gonna adapt his lyrics. He's dope on the keyboard and he's magic on the mic. Wow you are the man. I'm going to hire you as my agent. Pr guy fire become big. I'm telling you. I i'm telling you you're my posse. You're going to be my own man. I want to be like an entourage. I wanna be like e for you. Tony i'd want to be at least you're conciliator and if you become big thinking remember me. That's all that's him. I've got a lottery. Lists tony and if i ever win the lottery gonna play the lottery. But you're firmly on the lottery lists because you're my buddy. If i win the lottery. I gotta have fun and i'm to take people with me right you. I do people that bring you down at the end. You'll be on one of those Vice shows says we talked about hammer before hammer breath so many people from the neighborhood into a stage shows of the into his entourage and a guy would be standing there on the stage with his arms folded. And they're like what are you doing there like hammer tomio. Full my arms and stand here. And that's what i'm doing now. Hammer went broke from doing all that all those people were like. Screw you hammer. i'm out here. They use the poor guy like crazy. They weren't legitimate. Quit then right. Oh no yeah. They quit all right. This show is going off the rails in a fun fun way. Let's go back to the steelers. As they came out of the locker room with a first down ten to seven at this point to start the third quarter they started out at the twenty six and started moving the ball on the ground so the second year man rashard mendenhall and then nine while mike wallace tore off a run of six with fifteen yards on after a facemask penalty with a ball to minnesota something. You're in line tony. Don't have it right here okay. Soda territory. Ben converted a third and one at the eight with a personal foul on. Benny sapp tacked on not. I don't remember benny sapp was. He warns little brothers something. He's the acting like that on. Its play because they weren't headed out for the steelers thinking on his play when he committed that personal father was kind of a stupid from the eight. The drive stalled after sack in an incompletion to ward and homes lot jeff read old skippy your boy skippy tony. He salvaged the points by connecting on a twenty seven yard field goal. The steelers lead thirteen to seven with eleven. Oh nine remaining in the third tony. This is twice now that they should have been in for touchdowns and they stalled. They have settled for jeff. Reed points what are you making of this. Could they just not convert. Can they not finish. Certainly seemed like that early on and steelers defense was legendary back in those days. But you gotta take advantage of these reds and opportunities and that's you said this twice now that they had to settle for three seven alternately often comes back to bite you in the nfl indeed does nearly seven minutes later. The vikings road farms arm down the field with completions to rice harvest. Louis johnson and new folks who he facing a fourth and one at the steelers thirty five brad shoulders. His team gambled and won for the time. Being the hall of fame quarterback through over the middle to sydney rice for a gain of thirty four palmolive caught him. From behind the save the touchdown thank goodness for troy. Forty three or would have been right into the end zone where they're looking now at a first and goal at the one yard line but the steelers had a tough defense and they needed to step up on first down. Peterson was stuffed up the middle by kieran fox and potsy james farrior farms. Second down past rice was too high. On third and goal. Brent through to jim klein sasser and it was incomplete after being well covered by farrier instead of being victims of a goal. Line stand ryan. Longwell came on for an eighteen yard field goal. The score was now thirteen to ten steelers. The steelers were on the move again. After twenty two yards onto carries by mendenhall as the fourth quarter arrived on third and five from the steelers forty six san antonio took a short pass from big ben and pinball d- for forty five yards all the way down to the vikings nine. That was a thing of beauty. Wasn't tony it certainly was. 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Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Germany Commemorates Icon of Resistance to Nazism

"Germany is commemorating the hundredth birthday of Sophie Scholl a young woman who became an icon for her role in the anti fascist White Rose resistance group show on all the group members were arrested in nineteen forty three off to scattering leaflets critical of Adolf Hitler's regime and the wall from a balcony at the university of Munich she and her brother Heinz well executed four days later after refusing to apologize the group's story including the shoals siblings gradual awareness and then rejection of the horrors of national socialist ideology and militarism has become a staple of history lessons in German schools is being vaguely dramatizing films plays and even an Instagram account I'm Charles the past month

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America Is Facing a Ketchup Packet Shortage

Business Wars Daily

02:38 min | 6 months ago

America Is Facing a Ketchup Packet Shortage

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business words daily on this thursday april fifteen. There are two kinds of people in this world. those who slather catch up on everything and everyone else. If you love nothing more than a pile of fries doused in the red stuff well brace yourself for some bad news. Ketchup is the latest victim of the pandemic shortages. Yes throughout this past year. We've been keeping you updated on products that have been wiped out by supply. chain disruptions. hoarding were sheer popularity. You may recall the great toilet paper run of march and april last year. Or mason jar mayhem in september. Maybe you're still getting over the great grape nuts drought from a couple of months ago. The changes we've made to our behavior and challenges in the manufacturing sector have created multiple ripple effects and the latest unlikely victim. Is the ketchup sachet. You know those little red and white package you get to go orders. Ketchups top dog is kraft heinz company. Heinz ketchup dominates the market. The company actually invented ketchup sachets in the late nineteen sixties leading grandma's everywhere to wrestle with the ethics of stuffing extra sachets into their handbags. America's second place catch up that would be conagra. Brands hunts which has a much smaller but loyal following as americans hunkered down during the pandemic eating more packaged and takeout food. Catch up sales. Increased data from euromonitor found that. Us restaurants bought more than three hundred thousand tonnes of the saucy read stuff last year and retail sales spiked fifteen percent. Cnn sounded the alarm on single serving condemend shortages months ago people started ordering more takeout because they couldn't or wouldn't go to restaurants those carry out bags often include the plastic utensils napkins and seasonings. You need to eat and enjoy your meal. Often that includes a big handful of ketchup packets. Even in restaurants single serving options have caught on after all in the days of covid nineteen. No

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Heinz Has Struck Again With the Hanch Sauce

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Heinz Has Struck Again With the Hanch Sauce

"I'm going to tell you the name of the product and you tell me what it is made of. Okay okay go hand in hand so enhanced so obvious anche so so helman's mayonnaise. Nope okay hinch. Why would high society hines duh. Heinz ketchup and and ranch dressing or catch. It doesn't start an h. So time so it's obviously catch. No catch doesn't start with an age. But hines catch it. Does you just saying hi hi. Is it heinz. Brandt h h is food mayo. Tarred is mustard. Mustard right. it's too. It's too foods no company name in there. Hey she's a food. Inch hines no family feud you get yup yup yup hot dogs. No it's gotta be liquid is going to be so hot sauce. Yes hot sauce picante and ranches hands.

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Washington DC police shoot, arrest man in assault on an officer while armed, officer on leave

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Washington DC police shoot, arrest man in assault on an officer while armed, officer on leave

"Is on administrative leave after shooting a man who officers say came at them with a knife. It began when the officers noticed the man on New York Avenue in the roadway in northeast D. C. According to a news release from D. C. Police 33 year old Michael. Hi Ends of Southeast refused commands to put the knife down, and one officer shot him. Heinz was taken to the hospital. He's expected to survive, who has been charged with assaulting a police officer while armed with a knife. The shooting is under investigation. There

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Is the Inflation Trade Back in the Market?

CNBC's Fast Money

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Is the Inflation Trade Back in the Market?

"We start off tonight with the reflation trade. The ten year yield hitting a one that year high one point three percent does that mean the economy is staging a healthy recovery or that inflation is making a comeback sooner than we all thought. What could that mean for the markets guy. Why don't you open it for us tonight. First of all. I mean bit whereas bitcoin say fifty thousand becase technology problems. He better technology than bill gates. At this point. I mean he gets no pass from me. I offer him no quarter number one number two. It means sit. The market is clearly anticipating this economy opening up in a major way in the second half of the year and that's a great thing for the economy. It might not be such a great thing for the stock market and although the market seemingly likes rates rising right now where to get point and curve where it does and my senses. It's about that one and a half percent and listen. You've talked about a ten year. Yield that went from fifty three basis points in august two north of one and a quarter now and it seemingly short period of time. That's a tremendous move. And i just think it's getting started. Banks are going to like resource trades going to like it but inflation is here mel. Make no mistake. You heard it from kraft heinz. You're seeing it in soft commodities. Just look at charts like archer daniels midland and buggy and it's right in front of us and the fed thinks they can control it. Good luck with

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Kraft Heinz sells nuts business, including Planters, to Hormel for $3.35 billion

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Kraft Heinz sells nuts business, including Planters, to Hormel for $3.35 billion

"To sell its planters Nuts business, which includes cheese balls, cheese curls and corn nuts. In addition to the various planter's peanuts products to Hormel Foods for more than $3.3 billion. The company also posted better than expected fourth quarter earnings and revenue. Shares of Kraft Heinz our Rally five and a quarter percent today. Investors in

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Kraft is cooking up pink mac and cheese for Valentine's Day

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:37 min | 9 months ago

Kraft is cooking up pink mac and cheese for Valentine's Day

"Last week kraft heinz. The makers of kraft mac and cheese. Oh you for explaining. I didn't realize that kraft heinz had had formed marriage partner. It's beautiful beautiful dangerous dangerous game. They're playing combining these to catch up and mac and cheese disgusting together. I know people like that. I think it's not a fan. And if you're not a fan of disgusting. Mac and cheese not a fan of this story because craft announced a contest to give out free kits of its latest limited time mac and cheese. A box of original mac and cheese will be joined by a packet of pink candy flavored powder to mix into trunk cheese and that sounds like drugs. It is pink cocaine. The point is kraft. Mac and cheese is playing with god and creating a hank candy flavored mac and cheese. According to them the mix will turn your noodles a bright magenta color rather than a familiar orange ange. When i read that sentence i was like oh. I guess it's all pretty disgusting. There's because like noodle aren't dot color either. So what difference does it. I think really. It's just the candy flavor part of it too. It does sound like whoever brought this to the table really had their five year old bringing to the table but then maybe that's smart because most of the people maybe who are wanting something like this would be five so maybe it's actually brilliant but i think that it's mostly just children took over kraft heinz walled. Their parents were working from home like they thought they were signing onto their school zoom but they actually were signing onto the kraft heinz board zoom And then they just they just this. This is valentine's day item. That is the connection. So i assume that kraft heinz was picturing this as some sort of like central kind of love. Making food yeah. I think that they're trying to kind of introduce mac and cheese as belonging to the family of foods that you would perhaps on a nipple or a dick. Icac still the candy flavor. Part messes me up according to a spokesperson The pink hue comes from beetroot and carrot concentrates and tastes like candy Because it contains fructose. Natural flavors and vanilla extract vanilla vanilla always. She's always of the game

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"heinz" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"heinz" Discussed on Z104

"For new drivers. It's Literally. When I think of a photo of the person who should drive it For some reason, I see that person five days a week. You know that right? Maybe when we need mobile came here. I have several experiences with Wiener Mobile. I bet Ugo no, go ahead and tell, you know we gave me to station working outside a little hot dog whistles and we went into the low inside the truck. Whatever. And yeah, it was pretty cool. So that was that's not my coolest experience with Wiener Mobile, and I don't know if I've ever told this story. But at my wedding At my wedding the night before the wedding is the rehearsal dinner. So we're in Dearborn, which is a city right next to Detroit, because that's where our hotel and are eating area was. We're having the rehearsal dinner and all that. And all of my groomsmen are late. All of them like everybody's at the rehearsal, except for the groomsmen. And one of the groom's men that was at a different hotel and the Wiener Mobile was at their hotel, and he asked the winner of the driver. Can you pick up the other group? And we want to arrive at the versatile in the in the Wiener Mobile, and they all show and they did it. Oh, yeah, It's also he texted me is like, Hey, we're all here. We're outside, waiting for you. I walk outside and there's the freaking wiener Move, But all your guy really mad now I know they were late, but they have a way to mobile. I was like, Oh, that's perfect. How do we do this? If you're looking to spend your driving around 27 ft. Long Wiener Mobile going to 200 different events by the way, and you serve as a brand ambassador for Oscar Mayer. You can. They're looking for people with a degree or experience in marketing or communications, who have outgoing, friendly and valid driver's license. They didn't listen to salary. But seven years ago, someone posts on the website that they pay around $30,000 for the year, which isn't a lot if you just they probably take care of your hotels and all that stuff. So you probably just driving. Yeah, probably. And meeting people and all that sort of incident going to, though. I don't know about this year. This is 200 events a year, but I don't know what 200 events you could go to now. Anyways, if you're interested in applying you could do it at the Kraft Heinz website, But we made it easy. If you really are interested. Just text the word, Dr. 75711 new winner takes way Wasn't your people spell? Yes. Text or drive? Yeah, So if you want to see it, text Dr 7571 of four and yeah, There you go. You can have it is a pretty cool when you have you ever get a chance of it starts by even if you're an adult to go if they let you go, so it's pretty cool inside the people who drive the winner of the argument. Several of them always seem the same. They always seem. Very outgoing. Yep, very happy, but quietly, very unfulfilled. Almost like when you take a job. We did make Walt Disney productions. So we resulted to this. It was like you take a job. You're like this is getting the best job ever. And then when it turns out that it's not your kind of let down. Yes, that's what they want you to turn your game face on me. That's exactly what it reminds me of. Anyways, when we come back if you missed dirty work yesterday, don't worry. We'll catch up with the replay that's coming up in about 20 minutes and coming up next more jeopardy. Guest host you might like some of these On the list there are gonna be filling in. We'll ride down with you next. Inroads number one hit music station You go white you before you write me C one of four boxes of Jack's Not my night. A lot of the way out for you. All the hits and the Sea Morning Zoo. Let me take it. C 104. I'm assume adopting weather center. I'm meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler. Your forecast today We've got some clouds around this morning in clearing skies through the day high temps are gonna be the upper fifties this afternoon. Should be nice out wins out of.

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US bans cotton and tomato products from China's Xinjiang region over forced labor concerns

the NewsWorthy

01:01 min | 10 months ago

US bans cotton and tomato products from China's Xinjiang region over forced labor concerns

"The. Us government is cracking down. On china in an effort to stop human rights abuses the trump administration is now banning all cotton and tomato products from the region of xinjiang. It's over allegations. The chinese communist party is using forced labour from detained weaker. Muslims though china denies it and says the camps just job training centers needed to fight extremism. Will now the wall street journal reports. This new ban is the toughest punishment the. Us's handed out for it so far and could have a big impact on businesses. China is one of the world's top cotton producers the estimates about nine billion dollars worth of cotton products in about ten million dollars worth of tomato products were imported from china into the us last year in fact researchers and journalists have linked dozens of companies to workers or products from xinjiang like apple. Nike and kraft heinz though some companies. Say it can be hard to know exactly where all the raw materials used in their products. Come from at least one. Trump administration official believes this new band will force them to get to know their supply chains. Better

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Same old Browns? Hardly. Cleveland drills Steelers 48-37

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Same old Browns? Hardly. Cleveland drills Steelers 48-37

"Cleveland won its first playoff game since nineteen ninety four stunning Pittsburgh forty eight thirty seven at Heinz field in the AFC wild card round Baker Mayfield passed for two hundred sixty three yards and three scores cream hunt rushed for two touchdowns with coach Kevin to fancy absent due to cope in nineteen acting head coach Mike price for so his team building twenty eight nothing lead in his defense forced five turnovers Ben Roethlisberger pass for five hundred one yards and four touchdowns but was intercepted four times as the loss was the fifth in the final six games for the once eleven and Steelers Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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18 long years, and now it’s here. Will the Browns beat the Steelers on Wildcard Weekend?

Behind the Steel Curtain

01:14 min | 10 months ago

18 long years, and now it’s here. Will the Browns beat the Steelers on Wildcard Weekend?

"Very exciting friday night. I mean we're almost on the brink of the steelers first playoff game in three years and to make matters even more exciting. They're taking on. The browns their hated rivals a team. That has gotten better this year after years of hype seemingly many years of hype. Only only each really tony but a couple of years but seemed like people were were on that hype train a couple years ago. They didn't come through two thousand eighteen. They didn't come through last year but this year. The browns are back in the playoffs for the first time in eighteen years number. Six seed in the afc and if you know anything about math in the playoffs the first round this year. It's it's it's always. It's always a combination of nine two versus seven four versus five. Well not one verse. 'cause they're on a team yet and since the number three seed and three plus six nine. It means pittsburgh. And cleveland are going to be facing each other The sunday heinz field in the in the wildcard round. And i'm just really. I'm really looking forward to it. I really

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Steelers HC Mike Tomlin hopes his team isn’t confident after loss

Behind the Steel Curtain

01:50 min | 10 months ago

Steelers HC Mike Tomlin hopes his team isn’t confident after loss

"Mike. Tomlin was in front of the podium. The virtual podium for add a thing. Well just we just talked to him next because the steelers had just lost twenty seven to seventeen against the cincinnati bengals on monday night football. Might tom had spoken to the media after the game. Obviously until on tuesday on a short week leeann week sixteen. The pittsburgh steelers absolutely need a win. And mike tomlin had a lot of questions to answer as the steelers. Prepare for the indianapolis colts to come to heinz field in the season. Finale there at the big ketchup bottle. He started things off of the recap of the cincinnati bengals game. He said the loss still stings. The steelers simply just have to perform better but he also mentioned that some things about team went from bad to worse and he was mainly talking about the team's poor starts. He talked about three turnovers in the first half essentially spotting the bengals seventeen points. He said it wasn't just the offense though. The defense failed to get the the bengals the field even with those turnovers. They never forced field goals. They must they gave up fourteen points in the last two turnovers. He's just a very poor start to the game. He said the score that the steelers face the way that they wanted to operate offensively. They couldn't lean on the run the whether they wanted to. He said the nonetheless with all of that said in his bad as the team was. He's vans cannot expect sweeping changes. He's a they just have to do it better when he meant it. He's talking about he. S to the steelers have to perform better. They have to plan better. He is still confident. You can't expect the head coach. The same thing different. He is still confident in this football team with the coaches that they have they. They need to shut their mails and go to work

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Agency overseeing nuclear weapons hacked as part of massive cyberattack

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Agency overseeing nuclear weapons hacked as part of massive cyberattack

"Committees will hear from the Department of Energy about a breach of its computer systems the DEA way yesterday, acknowledging that it's investigating an intrusion of several systems, including the National Nuclear Security Administration, which oversees the U. S nuclear weapons stockpile. At the moment, the breach does appear to be limited in scope deal. We spokesman shelling Heinz in a statement saying, quote At this point, the investigation has found that the malware has been isolated to business networks, only that John Roberts, America's listening to Fox News

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Hormel Wraps Fans in Bacon-Scented Masks

Business Wars Daily

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Hormel Wraps Fans in Bacon-Scented Masks

"Tomorrow is you know what it is it's Halloween for some adults. Candy isn't much of a treat though as we age many of US start to crave savory over sweet for some that's a pungent blue cheese for others. The treat of choice is bacon. We all know the person who cannot resist the sizzle. And ascent of perfectly frying Bacon, which is why this weekend some people are certain to be wearing the latest swag for Hormel foods. That's the nine billion dollar Minnesota Company that owns Hormel Black Label Bacon beginning back in mid October hormel began promotion giving special face masks to a select number of pork. Loving fans what made these masks so special. Well, each ask was infused. With a set of Bacon. Presumably some people would love to have that delicious sent with him night and day regardless of whether there's a strip of the real stuff anywhere nearby Hormel ran its oddball campaign through the twenty eight. The company says millions of people requested masks. Obviously, the campaign was intended as an attention getter. Those requesting masks were encouraged to pose the HASHTAG breathable Bacon on social media and Hormel pushed winners to post photos of themselves wearing the masks, which, of course, featured Bacon Strips on a black background. The campaign had a serious side though for every mask set requested for promised to donate a meal to the Anti Hunger nonprofit feeding America up to ten thousand meals. Could also have been seen as the brands way to encourage people to mask up the message from Hormel though was next Nick Schweitzer senior brand manager of Hormel black. Label. Bacon. Said on a podcast called Agra talk we're not trying to fuel any debate on whether we love or hate masks or if you should wear them or not. But he admitted that Hormel wanted to learn whether they could successfully infuse bacon sent into masks and quote inspire some folks to wear them. Okay then. So Howard Bacon sales faring with everyone eating comfort food at Home Schweitzer says Bacon sales have never been stronger prior to the pandemic after years of so-called Bacon Mania sales of cured pork had been on a slow decline according to market researchers statistics still the average American eats several pounds of Bacon a year. Now, while that pandemic induced stress eating, it appears we're eating even more and apparently there's something about pork that inspires companies to play with their food. Oscar Mayer is famously known for its wiener. Mobile, which I debuted in nineteen thirty six away for the brand to bring some humor and happiness to a country reeling from the depression according to The New York Times Cove nineteen prompted Craft Heinz Jones Oscar. Mayer. To pull the giant rolling hotdogs off the road this year temporarily. But the fleet of six twenty, seven foot yellow and orange trucks are now on the road across the country again albeit with PPA in. Social distancing rules in place by the way the company says anyone relishing a visit with the wiener mobile can just requests the rolling Pantheon of lunch meat by contacting the company and okay the Wiener. Mobile. Obviously promotes hotdogs but I'm pretty sure love for the wiener mobile spills over into Oscar. Mayer's Bacon sales after all the brand is the nation's second biggest bacon sellers to reports back at Hormel. Well, the breathable bacon mask is hardly the Minnesota brands first pork. Inspired stunt for years back for black label invented a motorcycle that ran on Bacon Grease staffers drove it across the country to film a mini documentary with consumers and yes. Even the exhaust smell like Bacon Hormel. SNICK. Schweitzer says that motorcycle so far no plans to build it in volume took a Lotta Greece to fuel that cross country trip about those delicious masks. Hormel Schweitzer says it takes a lot of bacon grease to get these masks to smell this. Good. Maybe they could try motorcycle helmets with all this humor. If the pandemic boosted bacon sales brands that sell the stuff, want to make sure those sales don't flag. Of course, the last thing they want us for Americans to return to good for you plant based diets, readable bacon masks, or just one small way to keep the momentum of and keep those pork sales sizzling along.

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Dow falls, but tech stocks rise into earnings

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Dow falls, but tech stocks rise into earnings

"It's a real mix bag it looks like stocks have become the day mixed a string of strong earnings from big names like Comcast, Kellogg's Kraft, Heinz and Duncan and some better than forecast economic data, offsetting worries about the Corona virus Minutes into the trading day, the Dow is down another 116 points. That would be the fourth day in a row. The NASDAQ is up 60, the S and P. 500 ahead by three. Now jump in consumer spending pushed the economy to grow at a pace of more than 33% during the summers, third quarter. That's the biggest quarterly increase on record. There was also good news in jobs, with fewer Americans filing for unemployment claims for the first time last week. But number tech stocks are higher Earnings from Amazon, Apple alphabet, Facebook and Twitter, all coming after the close today, we should see

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"heinz" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"As daylight saving time comes to an end to coast up to 75 today, inland 84 the mountains 70 and the deserts up to 86 Right now, downtown. We are clear in 55 Kogo news time is 5 22. Alright, so big beer brands started worrying because people especially millennials weren't drinking beer. Then the big brewers found hard seltzer. Which'll Adana. No idea what's going on with that. Joan Doniger, who knew Hello. Nothing's wrong with that at all, especially if you're molting course it's making a big push it too hard shelter and wants to become the top beer brand in the seltzer category. That's because with bars closed, beer sales are down and down even further over all the company's net sales for last quarter 3% lower here over a year from last year. So hard seltzer. That's what is that, like a white claw is a thing which I've never has. So they're they're They're They're not sweet. They're just flavored seltzer. But with booze, Okay, that sounds gross. So I tried to carry wife Claw and it tasted like cough syrup to me. I thought it was a terror. So it's not a bar girls and James type of No, it's It's not sweet. Okay, because that was with the sorority girls were into and pepper dine. Oh, yeah, sparkles and get me a peach. Marla. Oh, my God are a wild berry. Alright, Sorry. That's how they talked in the eighties. I think they still do. Yeah, yeah, actually from my son that that's kind of how they still talk, Okay? Why is that? Knock on away? All right, Let's talk about comfort. Food, comfort food. What's what's going on? Yeah, that's way in. You know, Kraft. Heinz had been hurt badly by the move to organic and fresh food. It was flailing around trying to buy organic brands. You know what you're going to do when? When the company that makes box macaroni and cheese It's not fresh today. All it's all processed. Well. Now we've found we're finding the benefits of comfort food When we've been, you know, walked in that kind of thing it's expect to do well, The longer we stay at home, Kraft Heinz net sales were up. 6% last quarter, year over year. Well, that's why I threw this pandemic. I've worn nothing but sweatpants to do go together. I have todo except for me. It's yoga, yoga pants Exactly. Yeah, I've re acquainted myself with Kraft Macaroni and cheese. So, Yeah, There's a lot of yoga pants going on here, too. You know, it is delicious. It's cheap, and it's delicious. It will you and I like their stupid box. Spaghetti, too. I've never had that. Oh, my gosh. I had to buy a whole case from Amazon. So I have, but I have box spaghetti that takes up like a whole CAF tonight. It's not like that. It's not like the cans of spaghetti. Yeah, No, it's a box of spaghetti, and it comes with a packet of spices and a packet of Parmesan. You're and you years you use one can of tomato paste, and then you put two cans of water in it. And you make always you're always like, how lazy are you When I talked about making things box spaghetti? It is It's a It's a rarity. It's a comfort food. I had to buy the case because it was the only way I could get it. You'll have the rest of your life. She will will. All right. So now Jorge Air director makes fun of the country's most popular Mexican restaurant, which is Taco Bell. And that Eric quotes around Mexican. He wants to throw something at me right now. What is going on with Yum brands? Yeah, Yum brands. Don't won't mind if you laugh anymore, in fact is like Yeah, Go ahead. Bring it on. It's worldwide sales at Taco Bell Worldwide sales have outstripped its corporate siblings, KFC and Pizza Hut Online sales at Yum Brands increased by more than get this a billion dollars last quarter. Once again, it's comfort food. That was me buying all the Mexican pizzas. Oh, I love the Mexican people. You forgive me, but I love Mexican pizza..

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"heinz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"heinz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plus why a third political party could alter the political landscape but first Kraft Heinz's misery isn't over just yet last week the iconic food giant was downgraded to junk by two credit raters raising fresh worries about the company's turnaround the CEO says it's long overdue salvage plan is coming but investors aren't feeling optimistic here to tell us more is Tara lachapelle a columnist for Bloomberg opinion so just to recap what happened at Kraft Heinz last year so Kraft Heinz had a terrible year and twenty nineteen at least two kicked off the year with the earnings that included you write down massive right down fifteen point four billion dollars which really show the deterioration of these brands which have banned household names for decades I. Kraft Foods and Heinz merged in twenty fifteen and ever since then they really haven't been investing in these brands that are more focused on cost cutting and really choosing their profit margins as they're controlled by a private equity firm and that Spencer that private equity firms and how they also had a slash their dividend early last year they disclosed that the securities and exchange commission was looking into some of their accounting practices around procurement so they were just a lot of bad news coming out of the company and I think it really sort of took people by surprise because this was a stock that you know Warren Buffett has been a cheerleader for he's the Berkshire Hathaway is the top shareholder and three G. capital's behind that and then you know he he hasn't you know reduce at stake he stole it talks affectionately of Kraft Heinz I think they're really three people for a loop and now that brings us to this year where things aren't really getting much better yet what have their plans been to revamp so about eight months ago Bernardo Harris who is the CEO stepped aside and they brought in Miguel Patricio who is a longtime packaged foods guy he came from I and has a bush which is another three G. property and so he's been there for about eight months I think people are really hopeful when he came in that this is a guy that really understands brands and the need to sort of invest in them and how to keep them popular and not just focus on cost cutting as they had been in the past but you know here we are today and they still there sales are still going down it's still unclear what he's doing to fix the company and you needed to give them a little bit of time right to get up to speed and figure out what the fix is needed to be he says that in may they're gonna unveil some grand plan that's going to sort of right the ship here but I think at this point investors are fed up and are they want to know something now they want to know what the company is going to do now and all we've really gotten out of the C. E. O. so far is that he's going to kind of shift around where they spend their money so that could the brands that are doing the bass which is like Philadelphia cream cheese and Heinz ketchup and condiments they're going to push more money towards those kind of away from the stuff that that isn't doing so well such as like the coffee brands I think Maxwell house they had another right down on that trademark last quarter so they're kind of moving around where they're spending their money but they're not increasing the budgets for these brands which I think shows that they haven't really truly embraced what's wrong with the company and what they needed to change is it what's wrong with the company or is it that consumers tastes are changing and people are into you know healthier alternatives it's absolutely that is well I mean every packaged food giant has gone through the same struggles over the past couple years where these brands that you know had all this shelf space in the supermarket that was kind of taken for granted you know you always bought General Mills cereal and Kellogg's cereal in Heinz catchup I mean they've dominated you know Kraft singles the cheese slices but then you know that started to change rate consumers wanted stuff that was sort of less processed and felt healthier and and just more wholesome and some of these brands have been really slow to adapt to that I think where Kraft Heinz fell into particular trouble was because not only were they slow to adapt to that they basically ignored it they double down on what they were doing and said you know what we are going to innovate in a big way we're just gonna do these little gimmicky things and we're going to focus on driving our profit margins and the whole industry really try to emulate them for a while you had you know Campbell soup and General Mills and everybody suddenly focus focusing on how do we cut costs and get those profit margins up but in a time when you know consumer tastes are changing and there's all these like upstart popular brands coming out I think you really need to also invest in your brands and say how do we keep them relevant for the long run so at the same time that we're looking at pasta made from cauliflower and all that stuff chips chips are still so popular in there they have to be the worst things for you it's true you know it's I think Pepsi co was really interesting because their earnings are pretty good and they're really focusing on brands like Doritos which like you say which seem to go against sort of this like health push but I think it shows that that helped push maybe as well you know not as genuine as well as we you consumers would like it simply P. interview with their certain brands that we just love so how did these other brands do that too how do they stay in popular with people I'm super into people at a time when we say we don't want junk food right so I think Pepsi whatever they're doing is really working and Kraft Heinz needs think about well some of our brands maybe we can't do much more to make than any healthier healthier sounding but what can we do to make them worth it for people to buy when they do have that craving thanks Tara.

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"heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We've given Matt Time enough to flip burgers over and to refill the glasses. So let's Pick up the conversation here. You think it's just a party up here on the time we're just we're just enjoying ourselves. I'm hoping that you're gonNA share something with me. 'cause I've eaten all the beer nuts today. I've had all the pretzels and I'm hungry. I'm ready for some. I know you giving me good substantial food for thought but I need some food for the body as well. This Saturday is my wife's birthday and and You know what she really wants to do is just hang out at home. Relax and hurt. Requests for food was chicken wings and cheesecake while we're doing chicken wings and cheesecake take on Saturday. And then I'm basically just going to run all day on Sunday. Basically just a senator get that back out of my system there. You go all right. Well thanks again for joining US coming back to us on sales VIPOND radio. We've got Josh. Today he's Klein engagement manager here. At Heinz Marketing. We're talking about moving programs from idea and strategy into execution we've been talking about doing it. The right taking the time to think they're all the details and it's one thing to say. Okay I'm sending an email out right and you can say okay. We are sending an email next. That is one channel and maybe one piece of communication so getting that rights and checking all the boxes there to get that right and do it well as one thing but what if we're talking about a body of work campaign what if we're talking about various channels that are integrated together. How do you actually coordinate ordinate the orchestration of all those different channels together just within marketing? And we'll talk about sales and marketing collaboration here in a second but just within marketing channels. What are some of your best practices actresses for getting that coordinated and orchestrated well? Yeah it's tough. It's not an easy orchestration to do. I think that with marketing teams. There are needs to be everyone knows about the sales and marketing alignment need. But there's an even greater need for the people within the Marketing Organization to be aligned. If there's there's even one person who's a little bit ambiguous on what they're doing and why they're doing it. It can cause a whole kind of spiraling effect on the team on the program. Graham and so having that upfront communication and alignment is really key for that making sure that people understand what they're working on what they're responsible possible for how the tactics that they're planning play a role in the larger program. That stuff is really important and it helps to orchestrate that when you build it all out you say okay. Well we want these marketing touches to go here and we want these inbound touches to go here and we want these these direct mail pieces to launch on these dates. And if you can build a grander picture of everything that's going on in marketing. You'll have a much easier time. Not only making sure that your team is aligned but when it comes time to eventually communicate that stuff outside of the marketing organization you'll also be able to more easily show the work that you're doing in a more meaningful way but there's a wide variety of tools that you can use to sort of drive that level of orchestrations. I think you know one thing that we've developed. Internally as what we affectionately calls the purple grid is basically really complicated spreadsheet that That looks at sort of audiences and channels and campaign flights. It actually ends up being a very very useful all tool for being able to understand what's happening when for not only for clients and others and generally the but also to make adjustments right as things things take longer things go earlier. This part worked really well. Also let's keep it going if anyone like to see a copy of the purple grid email us up literally just email. Josh G. O. J. O. H.. At Heinz Marketing DOT COM will I'm just inventing this right. Now we'll forget a redacted version of the purple grape seed sick checkout so okay so there's campaign coordination across multiple channels and then there's coordination with the Sales Organization nations even if you don't have like a whole bunch of marketing channels going. I think this is the piece a lot of companies just either forget or miss or just aren't willing to even get into. I don't think of sales as a marketing marketing channel. But your prospect isn't thinking well. This is my sales time. This is my marketing time. And so it's okay that the message is different. Integration of sales and marketing efforts is really really helpful in his actually really has been proven to drive greater velocity and conversion rate in yield of programs doing that though when it's not just sort of coordinating digital platforms or campaigns doing when you're coordinating with people across apartments is a challenge in and of itself. What have you found most useful and successful in doing that? Yeah I think that that comes down to metric discussion more than anything you know if sales doesn't buy into what marketing is doing one way to help facilitate that engagement aged with sales is to really define what metrics we can expect to bring in. So I think that the way that we've been starting to think about metrics Matt is is in three different ways. You have your campaign level metrics you have those more of what people are calling vanity metrics you have your marketing performance metrics which are more about how our leads being engaged at the top and middle of the funnel and then you have your revenue metrics which are metrics that more directly impact sales they more directly impacted organization. And so if you can kind of tie why in all of those kinds of metrics together under your campaign umbrella. I think that you'll be able to better understand where marketing plays a role where sales plays a role and where the hand off is between sales and marketing to better integrate between the two just wrapping up here a few more minutes with Josh. Baya's he's one of our client engagement managers here at Heinz Marketing. All the answers you've given so far I mean. Did they change if we're doing account based work or if we're doing to enterprise organizations or selling a small business this is there a different way that you approach execution driving and managing execution for one type of sales of audience versus another. I don't think so I mean I mean I think that really these are principles that we base all of our campaign work around the way that I like to do it with whether it's abm whether it's just a general. Oh go to market strategy. I like to use our seven stages of predictable pipeline to help organize the way that we do things so we want to understand kind of like what I said before we want to understand our target audience we want to understand our messaging. We want to understand the different channels that were using on both sales and marketing. And then we want to be able to integrate those together and make sure that people are on the same page that we're talking about the same thing that sales isn't just its own arm of the organization but but sales and marketing are a single continuation of the customer journey because in the end like it's all about the customer. It's all about the user experience I'm GonNa take a little left turn here and and asked unrelated questions. So it's We're ending summer and it's about to become fall and if you know anything about Josh Baez he's excitement is just going to increase day to day week to week for the the rest of the year. Josh is I mentioned. He likes to Kaffir Cutie but he isn't. He is a Christmas superfan and is the is. The weather gets cooler and as we start to see more candles we smell more pine around. So I'm going to put you on the spot here and we've got multiple holiday traditions that are celebrated here at Heinz Marketing. What should we be doing this year? That's maybe a little different what she would be doing because we plenty of time to plan. Now right it's not even we haven't even taken down our fall decorations like there's no halloween start at our house. Cosco may have Christmas trees. But there's none of that our house yet so we got time. What what should we be doing in an office space to just really? Just lean in and celebrate the year celebrate the season. Oh my goodness well this is wow wait really. This is truly on the spot. Let's see I'm Gonna I'm just GONNA enlist ideas right off the top of my head. Oh there you go drinking definitely no. That's that's right that's very true. I think drinking is probably the number one thing that you can do to celebrate second to that. Let's just pump up the holiday music. Whatever you celebrate I consider the holidays just festive times from November through January first? Let's be honest though. I'm celebrating now. I'm ready for October at least definitely for the fall. I'm with you on that and I usually. I think I've said this before on social channels like once we get into October. It's Halloween time but I mean I got a lot of travel. Avalon planned for October. And I'm going to be secretly listening to my Christmas music on the plane. I just know it's some of that. Music is so phenomenal. Like why we. Why do we limit ourselves to less than a month's time? Yeah it's just it's not right so the question now is Paul Awake. What's what do you think the over under his now? Now that I brought this up. What's the the over-under on when Josh is going to hold the office Christmas tree out get it set up? I think it's coming sooner than you think. Now here I think he just opened the door. Well you know it. It's Pacific Time like we always record this at eleven thirty so it's lunchtime so I think I know what Josh might be doing on his lunch. Breaks Yeah I think so. Yeah I think so I just want to shoot you guys though because I kill Oh myself. Every time the music starts to early it should be a law that said it can't start until after Thanksgiving but they started so. I'm not quite where Josh is. Where I'm not GonNa make everyone else? Listen to the bells and October if I want to sit in Sixteen d on the way back and put on my headphones and just expose it to myself. Charlie Brown's Christmas all you want beforehand just four so do you thank you for listening to a very special episode of Sales Pipeline Radio Christmas episode early. Yeah yeah no in all seriousness. I think we're really really good feedback and advice from Josh on just just being really focused on operational being intentional and being realistic about how to execute programs and if you'd like to share this with other colleagues on your team if you'd like to force your CMO modal listen to this to understand.

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"heinz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Money from your wife listen to the show people call in and left and right for route your pay scale you made me all kinds of money probably pay my mortgage for al I love you for I'll make love to me all these things are happening. the car ride are going to LA Thursday so early then tomorrow night after the show when we go on a Thursday we leave after the show on Wednesday night at like four in the morning and then we get on a six ES amor on a bagel jet airliner nothing is finer. all rights been trying to get me to get new self help books to work on my life repertoire always reading a self help books to try to improve myself and better myself. I don't do that John Gordon guy he told me to read this book that book to you know make life better for me and everyone around me. well before I read you know penthouse on the flight and that didn't seem to do anything for me in terms of helping my life at all but. I did get some bad articles that went well I mean the bedroom moves I I learned were. pretty impressive when you think about it very insightful letters to the editor there by the way I'm on episode seven mafia halfway through number seven of the boys there's only one last. that's a great that's a crazy kind of said that was only themselves and thirty been filming season two so that comes out like early next year so to make its way to like summer something it's a great show thousands you know you all you have all the superheroes of going on forever that this one is whether or not perfect in the kinda you know those jerks the scum of society but everyone thinks they're great you know via closed doors is not what it sees so it's awesome to see I like that twist yeah it's really freaky I thought it was really good and violent I just thought it was fantastic the amount of really blood guts and gore thank you I just chaos right on that show you everything is least six you know when you least expect it you don't see it coming. by the way Sunday it's an animal on CBS double header with a full day of games including the bill defending their home turf against the pats followed by the Vikings bears at Soldier Field in a key NFC north battle it all begins with our team previewing the day's games on the NFL today. at noon eastern on C. B. S.. so there you go anyway I wanted to tell you about these spreads that I'm seeing. for the NFL on Sunday. so Thursday you got Philly Green Bay that line is four and a half I sighed even earlier tonight tonight at five it's still four and a half here where I'm getting it in Vegas and then Sunday Houston mine is four and a half Bobby and you get that on there because I thought I saw it on on like he has been a five is four and a half in Vegas you can still get it at. Baltimore Cleveland Baltimore laying seven there giants lane three to the red skins. Chargers lane sixteen of the Miami at hard rock in dealing seven to the raiders Detroit laying are getting six and a half from Kansas city. buffalo getting seven at home from the pats Atlanta laying for to the Titans in Mercedes hot town Atlanta GA Yang Ying Yang Yang. rams lane tend to Tampa ten now at the Coliseum. Seattle's lane five to by the time I get to raise an eyebrow about Arizona. there you go. and then not Chicago laying to an after the Vikings at Soldier Field coming off their win Monday night quick turnaround play Sunday they hate those Monday night Thursday night games these players and the jags are in Denver Denver lane three they're all in three lane three and then on Sunday night Dallas lane two and a half to the rams I got it at three when it came out right and then Pittsburgh on Monday night playing for. the bangles at Heinz field in Pittsburgh. so. any of those stand out to you they're carver high any of those games in particular stand out to you like the bills online I know you don't like betting on your team when they have a big gamer like any game for that matter you don't bet on the bills the no I never get involved you just fandom yeah it's too much emotion there's just too much emotion involved in me. I I'm not gonna look a clearly so that's when your game one something like that you can lead a motion get too far involve that happens with me when it comes to the bills see that every other game there's not every game on the card but if there's games that I liked and absolutely I'm going to get involved he like the saints chances against cowboys Sunday night. I do like the saints chances I think that they're gonna absolutely be in the game I think that games going down to the end. thank the saints come when I do I do tell. the Broncos are home Landry the jags in Denver CO valley when a game right now I like the jags on Sunday the bears and Vikings I see right here not yes and they got a bears minus two. that's even better mafia way into with the bears than two and a half yes give me just a game because both those just such strong defenses and the office is haven't really clicked at full speed I mean you've heard you seen some good plays with the Illinois digs for Minnesota but they're really going just cook just passing the ball as much as they can so they're not you know run up the score like people thought that my what causes thinking he's a sling the ball over the field so I was gonna be a sloppy game I think that's gonna be you know in the trenches war just coming back and forth at each other a lot of parts and eventually someone goes go about because of the high score that might be a good under his another one Texans minus four and I had informed habits minus four here again retailers. the strange line. they're begging you to take the Texans. I don't like the line I think the taxes what when the game normally I'd you know that it just screams to jump all over Houston they're the better team a much better team back to back weeks on the road for Carolina. the kid guy Allen playing quarterback. something the right there. just not right now they should be favored by more than four and a half for whatever it is what about the giants with Danny dimes laying three to the woeful red skins and New York at Madeline's. I seems really low especially given the fact they can and can't seem to get the ball to his own team there five turnovers in one game though only be done if you'll go on the road that seems fishy to me I think both teams sock so I I think it's just about there I know that he had a great. game last week but it's one game you need to see him do it again before you really invest heavily especially moving the line that much just off one game against Tampa last week I had the six and a half I loved it the lines are getting six and a half from the cheese can they hang with my home sweet home with everybody else right. if I'm with everybody Chargers came into their building two weeks ago Chargers and chiefs supposed to be you don't want to the better teams in the IRA. Philly date they play well against these teams at home so maybe they can be but now you're also talking you bring the chiefs indoors on a fast track. man. you know that's gonna be a while game know how that it that has a chance to be a really delight me over there thirty four. the big over I don't actually feel like The Lion D. has played well the last couple weeks what about bad Monday night game and that's where the bangles and Steelers the Steelers are land for and their winless and so the bangles I think the bangles have gotten progressively worse although you know they were. they were in their first game and then they were in the bills game they came back and had the lead. yeah I like the Steelers here a little later for I'd lay even more than that I think the Steelers take our finally they take out and and three start. on the bangles this Monday night I just see the the the going that way Thangal sucked they're they're one of the two or three where Steve the only. wow so don't seem to be to me I feel like I can land right on the line I mean this amounts that even have it as a board a hawk again if you get that hook I might be inclined takes its tonight it to match them and just stay with about four points. so I guess the one of the questions is can Kirk cousins when in Chicago I mean because I I think the bears defense is going to mess with them. I really don't I and I loved all the cook and I just there's something about that bears defense it's for real and our plan at home and that guy I told you at at U. S. bank he's great I mean he really is good at home and on the road they looked you know really average are you willing to agree with that or do you think that the Vikings can go in and be done more than just average just described her cousins whole career I mean that the guys always average is what he's been he's but of course that's a get the big one throws away you know doesn't take the smart play takes a rescue one pays for but then again you have so much faith that your vested against that Vikings defense either when they finally got going as residents but their offense been horrible all year I think that to basically look great last night all things being equal to Gabriel three times you cannot deny that he looked good last night last night he look like for the first time carver high like it got it one twelve games last year now grant you a lot of those winds were because of the defense yeah he got it going a lot with Gabriel specially last night I thought they move the ball pretty good Redskins as we know not great terror getting he's gonna get more of a challenge against the Vikings on Sunday but I think the bear de they will eat cousins alive at their place being in Chicago. I like the bears a lot and so did you see the falcons game when Jones content touchdown pass and took it away from two defenders in the corner of the end zone is so strong and big any got that ball do you think that Matt Ryan and Jones hook up and they finally look good in a game against the Titans and win at home or they just just gonna keep losing and they get their coach fired number what I always say about the Titans they win the games that you don't think they're gonna win they lose the games that you think they are going to see the other one in this I think the Titans might win on Sunday and well well well well what do you thing mafia. I think marriage got tired of reading right down his neck right now so you better have a good performance otherwise he could lose his job by mid season that's a very good point as well eight five five two one two.

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"heinz" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. We've got a holiday retail forecast. We've got some consumer goods good news but we're going to start with the end of we company not the end. I suppose of the parent company of we work but certainly the end of of its attempt to be a public company because it is officially over we work has shelved plans to go public and I'll just say something that I've said before for which is I have never seen anything like this before. I've never seen anything this fast this negative this fast to go from in less than a month. Basically we're going public. Here's our valuation. Oh you don't like that. We're going to cut it in half. Oh you don't like that. What can we lowered even further and now I don't know what happens to this company so it so they've postponed the the the IPO until at least October right so it's a you've you've said this is the end but I think this is just one the end of the beginning of the end of the first attempt to go public and if they can and I don't know let's pay a good picture here for them. For a moment which is that they come out with another quarter of results. The results are better than expectations. Expectations are to lose billions of dollars and they probably will pull that off but maybe in a smaller dollar amount than the worst fears revamp the atrocious executive of compensation and and you know ownership structure that they've got and bring this out at something approaching a reasonable valuation and maybe you see this come out again which may be necessary because they're going to need the money they are. They have adopted a business plan which appears to be we can burn through lots of money because we're going to be able to get money out of an I. Po when we need it. I think they're still pretty much wedded to that business plan that may be but keep in mind the most recent public filing we got from we work was a revamping of maybe not all of the moves that could have made in terms of executive compensation but they certainly ratcheted down the power that the CEO has they improved the corporate governance ah but it seemed at the time and it still seems a little bit like rearranging deck chairs on the titanic if they if they really need to you go public then yeah you're right. I suppose there's a pathway in which a beat expectations on how much money they lose they still need to radically clearly overhaul what they're doing on the compensation side and I would argue even the corporate governance side. I mean I I feel like they're just scratching the surface of that if they really need to unlock the public market value I agree and I think that that is probably what is ahead. At least probably arena some of the names of some of the higher up executives. Do you think they need a change. In leadership in the same way that Uber got to the point when it was still a private company to Travis Kalmyk was no longer tenable as the leader of that company and I. It seemed very much the case that certainly behind closed doors. There were people telling calendar that and other people at that company look if you want to go public and have any decent shot of of overhauling your image that guy's gotta go yes yes. I think that's that's what they need to do. whether that is what is done will remains to be seen but if they were to do that and get some sort of very credible leadership to come in their that's their best opportunity. I think for evaluation along the lines they want and it's a long way to hear from their given given the ownership structure and but that is that's a better path breath. I think than any than any other one. If you're talking about what from the outside seems to be a small change hey just get a different person who has skill set and who has credibility. There are those kind of people out there now that said Uber did that and it's not like they've been a great. IPO are they went public and you can say can always take the perspective that if you go public and achieve more money than the stock is worth later on in time then you've done a good job in terms of getting money into the company and not selling you know all of your company at the wrong evaluation in terms of fundraising but in terms of what investors want and what investors are looking at given the somewhat broken. IPO's of Uber Lift Slack yeah this is this does not appear here to be the time to bring out a hey. We're growing really fast. We're losing lots of money. Trust US you know. IPO last thing before we move on on how confident are you that they go public before the end of two thousand nineteen. I'll take the under way. Does that mean yes or less than all. All of them go public. I think it's GonNa it's not GonNa Happen in two thousand nineteen. They've they've announced this postponed until at least October. They're gonNA bring this in retool. Talk to people see where the sentiment is and I think that the things are going to hear. Are you need to do more than you think you need to do and that is going to take longer than you know I. I don't think that they if I you know it's easy from the outside. Why don't you just get a different. CEO Together Right that is not going to sit well with a the current CEO and founder so you know you you gotta you gotTa Wade through that. There may be a everybody's got their price though right and if his interests are look. I just want to have a whole lot of money from this then. He may be convinced that that is the way to get the biggest pile money shares of Kraft Heinz down four percent today. That's because three g capital disclosed it is sold twenty five million shares of Kraft Heinz. I will add parenthetically this is on top of the twenty twenty million shares the three g sold in August of twenty eighteen and in some ways. This seems like the opposite opposite of we work in the sense that we work gets ready to go public and pretty much. Everyone looks at it and says Oh God I want no part of that company at evaluation of forty seven billion or for that matter twenty five billion you think back to three g capital getting together with Berkshire Hathaway on the Kraft Heinz deal and at the time was anyone negative on this deal that this deal feel that has just continued to go south quarter after quarter year after year at the time it was all it's the brilliance of buffet three g capital. has this reputation as great operators. They're going to make this work yeah. I'd I don't recall anybody being skeptical about the long-term prospects aspects here but time change and I think the three G has brought the cost cutting mentality and has improved significantly operating margins at the entity but they have in part done that by cutting back on brand building and advertising and so the top op line is not growing at all and where they find themselves is in a world where kraft and Heinz to Sean spotlight on on the brands that you know through their name and there are many other brands under the umbrella here but you know kraft cheese Heinz Ketchup. You've got two brands that are kind of stuck in the middle and this is where they are. They have brand. You know everybody knows the names but there's increased competition by private-label which can compete in terms of quality against them and then there's lots of other things are coming into the market market that are better more organic more healthy certainly advertising themselves more healthy than than the highly packaged goods that we associate with these names more expensive and so if people are going to spend a little bit more than the private label. Maybe they're gonNA spend a little bit more than that to get the organic stuff stuff the the the healthy healthier stuff and Kraft Heinz has got sort of you know the middle part of that market which is not growing so let me move away from the business and talk for a moment about palace intrigue for lack of a better phrase back in June Warren Buffett was asked about tensions between Berkshire hathaway three g capital over this deal. you know. Berkshire hathaway's had to write down and the Kraft Heinz Acquisition and at the time it was like no no no you know everything's great how many more times can three g capital sell L. Tens of millions of shares before berkshire-hathaway starts to think you know what maybe we're going to dump some of this too well in party. It depends on on how accurate the possibility is that a lot of what the sale was about was capital raise that three G has windows where it needs to return capital to shareholders who want some of their money back and this being one of their largest holdings is one of the places that they have to go to get that that is true that there was a separate filing that the head of three g uh for himself his personal holdings increased by one hundred million dollars of craft hines so that's the narrative that buffet put presumably has to figure out who you know if the head is buying more and showing confidence in and the company at least at this price and there's nothing that they can do about the money that they have to return to shareholders other than to liquidate things they otherwise wouldn't want to liquidate including but not limited to craft is then you know then maybe everything is good if that turns out to be a a story that he can't trust for some reason than things are not as good last house intrigue ends in murder expose suppose presumably presumably zoom ably death. Yes Three G sold twenty million shares last summer summer of two thousand eighteen and at around sixty dollars a share. They just sold these right now. The stocks around twenty eight. It's close to an all time low. Does this look at all attractive to you on a valuation basis. Do you think there's any chance buffet goes out and buys more of this or do you think this is just one he. Let's sit there for a while because because have pain it has caused at this point well. I'm not sure if he has a philosophy on throwing good money after bad or I'm pretty sure he's against yeah I mean when you phrase it that way but or averaging down if you want to look at a bit more positively it's trading about nine times earnings. I I think so they're certainly a you know a place where you get interested in the evaluation here and presumably it's been in that place for a while actually so I think it is possible but you know Oh. He doesn't need to you. Know go further down this path. Quick shot to cabbage when you own a small business this. Your time is valuable because let's face it. You're doing it all. You're managing inventory covering payroll doing one hundred other things before launch and that's just an average day getting the money so you need to run.

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"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Welcome back to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram. And today's tip comes from my friend. Matt Heinz Matt is the president of Heinz marketing and has been a truth thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade. Now, he is basically a good idea machine. And here's the one he's got for us today. Hi, this is Matt Hines founder and president of Heinz marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know, there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales perspective. But the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis. Sometimes it's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it. My daily do list. It's on my tasks list every day once I take it off of the tassels for the date automatically shows up on the next business day, and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat. My. Pipeline. I have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel, but, you know, even if you just have it in your inbox or have it just as a piece of paper, I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics those habits that help drive behavior. Help drivers alz is really important. So for example, on mine, you know, it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday, the meetings, the meetings, I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any. Thank you notes or whatever else you need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports for me in Salesforce in our marketing automation platform to look at you know, the accounts that were tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for, you know, behavior with our content that I can follow up with. We also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events, if someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity. So looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important that's all documented in my daily dualist if. You're listening to this. You'd like a copy of sample of what my daily Dula. So I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available. Somehow sure the Scott can figure out how to do that. And we can put a link in to to doing that either put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like who are we targeting? How are we going after them? But, you know, the top one percents sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's doing the little things as doing them every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis. So that's what I got this about Heinz from Heinz marketing, thanks so much for listening. Now, Matt sent me the PDF of his daily do list, and all you have to do to get. It is click on the link in your podcast player or go to daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three. In addition to the link to the PDF, you'll find links to Hines marketing Matt's sales pipeline radio show as. As well as a couple of his favorite social profiles while you're there. I hope you'll answer the question. Do you have your own documented daily do or daily habits list? If you do I'd love it. If you share it. I'm gonna share mind so jump over and join the conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three then come back tomorrow to hear about the three things that every sales professional needs to no end master from Richard. Helen.

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"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Welcome back to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram. And today's tip comes from my friend. Matt Heinz Matt is the president of Heinz marketing and has been a truth thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade. Now, he is basically a good idea machine. And here's the one he's got for us today. Hi, this is Matt Hines founder and president of Heinz marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know, there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales perspective. But the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis. Sometimes it's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it. My daily do list. It's on my tasks list every day once I take it off of the tassels for the date automatically shows up on the next business day, and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat. My. Pipeline. I have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel, but, you know, even if you just have it in your inbox or have it just as a piece of paper, I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics those habits that help drive behavior. Help drivers alz is really important. So for example, on mine, you know, it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday, the meetings, the meetings, I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any. Thank you notes or whatever else you need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports for me in Salesforce in our marketing automation platform to look at you know, the accounts that were tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for, you know, behavior with our content that I can follow up with. We also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events, if someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity. So looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important that's all documented in my daily dualist if. You're listening to this. You'd like a copy of sample of what my daily Dula. So I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available. Somehow sure the Scott can figure out how to do that. And we can put a link in to to doing that either put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like who are we targeting? How are we going after them? But, you know, the top one percents sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's doing the little things as doing them every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis. So that's what I got this about Heinz from Heinz marketing, thanks so much for listening. Now, Matt sent me the PDF of his daily do list, and all you have to do to get. It is click on the link in your podcast player or go to daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three. In addition to the link to the PDF, you'll find links to Hines marketing Matt's sales pipeline radio show as. As well as a couple of his favorite social profiles while you're there. I hope you'll answer the question. Do you have your own documented daily do or daily habits list? If you do I'd love it. If you share it. I'm gonna share mind so jump over and join the conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three then come back tomorrow to hear about the three things that every sales professional needs to no end master from Richard. Helen.

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"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"heinz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Welcome back to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host Scott Ingram. And today's tip comes from my friend. Matt Heinz Matt is the president of Heinz marketing and has been a truth thought leader in the sales and marketing space for over a decade. Now, he is basically a good idea machine. And here's the one he's got for us today. Hi, this is Matt Hines founder and president of Heinz marketing in this is my sales tip for today. You know, there's a lot of things I could cover. There's a lot of things that we do with our clients as well as things we do internally from a sales perspective. But the one thing that I think is accessible and important for everybody is to have a set of daily habits to have a disciplined approach to things you're doing on a daily basis. Sometimes it's a bunch of little things that add up to helping yourself create more predictable pipeline. I have what I call it. My daily do list. It's on my tasks list every day once I take it off of the tassels for the date automatically shows up on the next business day, and it's based on a checklist of things that I need to do every day to feed my network to end in defeat. My. Pipeline. I have a version of this is actually laminated that I take with me when I travel, but, you know, even if you just have it in your inbox or have it just as a piece of paper, I think reminding yourself of those little things those tactics those habits that help drive behavior. Help drivers alz is really important. So for example, on mine, you know, it's a reminder look at my calendar from yesterday, the meetings, the meetings, I had to make sure I've done follow up to make sure I've connected with people on Lincoln to make sure I've sent any. Thank you notes or whatever else you need to do. There's a reminder to look at a few different filtered reports for me in Salesforce in our marketing automation platform to look at you know, the accounts that were tracking to look for buying signals to look for any changes to look for, you know, behavior with our content that I can follow up with. We also have a series of filters in linked in that can tell us about particular trigger events, if someone in my first connections has changed jobs that could be a trigger event that could lead to some opportunity. So looking at that on a daily basis in knowing what my follow up processes is important that's all documented in my daily dualist if. You're listening to this. You'd like a copy of sample of what my daily Dula. So I'm happy to share it with you. Then we cannot make that available. Somehow sure the Scott can figure out how to do that. And we can put a link in to to doing that either put it up on slide share or whatnot. I guess the moral the story on that for me is that there's always room for strategic improvement thinking about like who are we targeting? How are we going after them? But, you know, the top one percents sales people will consistently tell you that their success is tied to consistence repeatable behavior. It's doing the little things as doing them every day. It's putting in the time and effort to do those things on regular repeatable predictable basis. So that's what I got this about Heinz from Heinz marketing, thanks so much for listening. Now, Matt sent me the PDF of his daily do list, and all you have to do to get. It is click on the link in your podcast player or go to daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three. In addition to the link to the PDF, you'll find links to Hines marketing Matt's sales pipeline radio show as. As well as a couple of his favorite social profiles while you're there. I hope you'll answer the question. Do you have your own documented daily do or daily habits list? If you do I'd love it. If you share it. I'm gonna share mind so jump over and join the conversation at daily sales dot tips forward slash twenty three then come back tomorrow to hear about the three things that every sales professional needs to no end master from Richard. Helen.

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