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The latest in the NFL
"NFL week 18 roundup on Dave fairy. The eagles have rewarded themselves for a 14 and three season. Here's Michael the wongo. The eagles Clinton Division Championship and the number one seed in the NFC playoffs with the 22 16 win over the Giants Philadelphia touchdown run by Boston Scott and 5 field goals by Jake Elliott and his first game back with my shoulder injury quarterback Jalen hurts true for 229 yards for the birds who finished a regular season at 14 and three. We worked really hard to be where we are now. We've overcome a lot. We've been through a lot as a team and as individuals. Davis Webb, right for one touchdown through for another for the Giants. The Seahawks are playoff bound as Jim Bernard reports. First, the Seahawks did their part by outlasting the Los Angeles Rams in the 1916 overtime victory, then the Detroit Lions did theirs by beating the Green Bay Packers. Gino Smith overcame two Jalen Ramsey interceptions and passed for 213 yards and a touchdown while Kenneth walker rushed for 114 yards. The dolphins have extended their season. Denny cap has details. Three Jason Sanders field goals are all the dolphins need to squeak into the playoffs and beat the jets 11 to 6. Sanders kicked the game winner from 50 yards out with 18 seconds left, and a battle of third string quarterbacks it was rookie 7th round draft pick, Skylar Thompson, who did just enough to send his team to the postseason. Seeing a win and feeling a win is important and especially going into the playoffs. Going to buffalo, which is a very good football team. We're going to be confident. Thompson completed 20 to 31 for a 152 yards and no interceptions to help the dolphins snap a 5 game skid. The Bengals beat the ravens 27 16 to avoid a coin flip for home field when the two teams meet again in the AFC playoffs next weekend. Cincinnati scored touchdowns off three first half turnovers by quarterback Anthony Brown. Joe burrow was 25 of 42 for 215 yards one touchdown and no interceptions. If he didn't win this one, I guess technically we would have won the division, but wouldn't have felt like it. So it's good to get this one. We're going to have to play better next week to get the win. Especially me. The bills played inspired ball less than a week after teammate demar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest during a game. Gene battaglia reports. On a day filled with emotion, the Buffalo Bills won the regular season finale against New England Patriots, 35 to 23. Naim Heinz buffalo returned the opening kick-off for a touchdown. It also get another kick-off return for a score. Bill's quarterback Josh Allen says, after seeing that opening play, he knew it would be their day. I can't remember a play that touched me like that. And I don't think in my life. Buffalo finished the season at 13 and three, and now they are the second seed and will host the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round. Ryan leong was at the forty-niners, went over the Cardinals. For the first time in franchise history, the forty-niners ended the season on a ten game win streak after convincing 38 to 13 win over the Cardinals. The forty-niners are locked in as the number two seat in the upcoming NFC playoffs. Brock purdy was 15 of 20 for a 178 yards and three touchdowns. We look at it as a challenge, but we're also excited because it's like, man, if we do play to our full potential, it's like, what else could we do? So those are the kind of things that we ask ourselves every day and we're excited about, but I'm excited moving forward for being on a win streak. In the final game of his career, JJ watt had two sacks and 5 total tackles, but the Cardinals lost 7 straight to finish at four and 13. The bears were 29 13 losers to the Vikings, and the Texans earned a 32 31 win over the colts. That means the bears will have the number one pick in the draft for the first time since 1947. The Houston win didn't stop the team from firing head coach levy Smith. In other games, the falcons beat the Buccaneers 30 17. The commander silenced the cowboys 26 6 that the anthers were ten 7 winners over the saints. The Broncos topped the Chargers 31 28 Pittsburgh down Cleveland 28 14, but missed the playoffs when the dolphins won. I'm Dave ferry AP sports.
AP News Radio
Bills win for Hamlin and eliminate Patriots from playoffs
"On a day filled with emotion, the Buffalo Bills won the regular season finale against New England Patriots, 35 to 23. Naim Heinz of buffalo returned the opening kick-off for a touchdown. It also get another kick-off return for a score. Bill's quarterback Josh Allen says, after seeing that opening play, he knew it would be their day. I can't remember a play that touched me like that. And I don't think in my life. Buffalo finishes the season at 13 and three, and now they are the second seed and will host the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round, lost ends the season for the Patriots. They finish with an 8 9 record. Gene batanga, Orchard park, New York
The Charlie Kirk Show
Tyler Bowyer, Lori Hinz, and Fanchon Blythe Discuss the RNC
"Have some very special guests with us. We are focusing on the RNC race. And I have some very strong opinions about if you lose, you should no longer be in charge of something. That's how we treat our football teams, our corporations, and that's how we should treat our political parties. So with us, three members of the one 68 that are going to be voting in Dana point, California. We have Lori Heinz from North Dakota. Laurie Hinton from North Dakota. And we have van John from Nebraska and Tyler Boyer. So Tyler, why don't Charlie? Why don't you introduce this whole kind of group of rebels we have here? Well, yesterday actually, these two actually put out a letter to the entire one 68 in the Republican National Committee and we can read it although a clip from it. But basically came out and said, we need new blood. We need to listen to the grassroots and we have to represent the Republican party from the grassroots level. Yes. And so these two wonderful women are some of the biggest leaders that we have in the country. Lori is one of the most famous individuals that we have in North Dakota, and we love her to dad. And John is just led rebellion in Nebraska, which is, should be the way that we do things and the Republican Party to every state. And so why don't you guys talk a little bit about your letter that you put out yesterday and what you said? Well, we collaborated on this letter is the sun. All right, we collaborated on the letter with another National Committee woman. Laura nakane Lua from Hawaii. Love Hawaiian. Aloha Laura. Laura. And she went with us and we went and we put the letter together and collaborated via messages back and forth. What we did is we decided that we all wanted to go together and do this. At the same time, make sure that people know that our grassroots are, we are listening to our grassroots and our state.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"heinz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Gina serie and for wbm in Chicago, I'm reporting that Kraft Heinz and Jeff Bezos backed firm are about to announce their first plant based foods. Cheese slices in mayonnaise. I'm Wendy Gillette on WTV and Columbus, I'm reporting on the end of the pandemic housing boom. I'm Stephen Carol on Bloomberg DAB digital radio in London, we've been reporting on earnings beats from a slew of top European banks, including Santander and UniCredit. Those are some of the stories are 2700 Bloomberg journalists and analysts working on this morning around the world. It's 5 39 on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg editorial board, Britain's new prime minister Rishi sunak is widely seen as pragmatic and competent. Virtues lately all but absent from British politics. Investors have greeted his rise with relief, but that might not last long. Sunac inherits a party deeply split over Brexit, especially but also immigration, taxes, regional inequality, and other contentious matters. Meanwhile, the UK has been especially hard hit by the soaring cost of gas, making its inflation among the highest in Europe. Sunac's pledged to restore responsibility may calm markets but standing by that commitment as the Central Bank raises interest rates makes a serious recession possible. After the past few weeks, a prolonged spell of boredom is just what the UK needs, but events are unlikely to oblige. The editorial was written by the Bloomberg editorial board for more Bloomberg opinion, please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or op IN go on the Bloomberg terminal. These has been Bloomberg opinion. Listen for Bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time terminal customers can read more at go. This is Bloomberg. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was gonna do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria She convinced me to continue my education and to finish what I started to get my diploma
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Climate Activists Throw Soup at Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’
"Of these climate change these tree huggers. Yes. The tree huggers showed up at the National Gallery in London, and they threw what is it, tomato soup? Yes. German tomato soup. Was it Campbell's? I don't think so. It was Heinz. Oh God, that's worse. Oh. It's okay. Anyway, they threw soup on a painting that was done by van Gogh called sunflowers. And then they glued themselves to the wall. And that's going to save the plane. And we have audio here. Oh yes, we do. All right, let's take a listen. What is worth more? Art or life. Is it worth more than food? Worth more than justice. Are you more concerned about the protection of a painting or the protection of our planet and people? The cost of living crisis is part of the cost of oil crisis. Fuel is unaffordable to millions of cold, hungry families. They can't even afford to heat a tin of soup. Crops. Millions of people are dying in monsoons. Wildfires and severe drought. We can not afford new oil and gas is going to take everything we know and love. So, wow, you know, I don't know if they've identified these people, but you know who that just sounds like. How dare you? How dare you? How dare you? Exactly. Maybe there's part of the same thing. That was creepy. It's
AP News Radio
Kraft Heinz recalling contaminated Capri Sun juice pouches
"There's a Capri sun juice recall I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Kraft Heinz is recalling thousands of pouches of Capri sun after some cleaning solution accidentally mixed with the juice on a production line The company says it's recalling over 5700 cases of Capri sun's wild cherry flavored juice blend the best when used by date on the package is June 25th 2023 Kraft Heinz says the diluted cleaning solution is used on its food processing equipment The company says it discovered the problem after getting consumer complaints about the juices taste Consumers who bought the affected drinks should return
AP News Radio
Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88
"I Mike Gracia reporting Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell one of the greatest players in NBA history dies at 88 Bill Russell the greatest winner in NBA history who anchored the Boston Celtics dynasty to 11 championships in 13 years died Sunday He was 88 Russell's family posted the news on social media without disclosing the cause of death After leading the university of San Francisco to NCAA championships in 1955 and 1956 and the U.S. to the Olympic gold medal at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics Russell joined the Celtics I had never seen the Celtics play when I got here And I played against Heinz in college But I met a couple of occasions And we had an immediate affinity The Celtics were guided by coach and general manager red arbok Russell would win He would make the great play He didn't care whether he went to league in scoring a rebounding or this or that all he wanted to do was be instrumental in winning Russell was a 5 time most valuable player and a 12 time all star Russell was also a leading voice for civil rights He was at the March on Washington in 1963 and at the 50th commemoration of the march We can never accept the status quo until
Bloomberg Radio New York
"heinz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To the club after green to a four year deal. And midfielder was a free transfer after leaving Manchester United at the end of his contract. Pogba played at yuve from 2012 to 2016 before leaving for Old Trafford for a then record transfer amount of 89.3 million pounds. The Pittsburgh Steelers have confirmed that Heinz field will be renamed Akron stadium as the Michigan based insurance brokerage company has bought the naming rights for the next 15 years. The stadium has been known as Heinz field since it opened back in 2001. And the enchantment that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business live. Hi everybody, stocks facing, selling pressure in most global markets, traders are girding for a hot U.S. inflation reading this week and possible surprises in the upcoming earnings season. So let's make a few statements, not call it truth, just call it observations, and you can draw your own conclusions from this. The bears say that earnings estimates haven't been ratcheted down yet. They'll have to be soon. The S&P 500 was down 23% at one point the NASDAQ 100 is still down 27% the Dax is down 29% year to date, so that would seem to be a lot of discounting. Keep in mind for the ordinary recession stocks are often down about 30%. So maybe it raises the question, could this be a really bad recession? Well, the jobs report last week tells us that if a recession is coming, it doesn't seem to be consumer led, in fact, this might be a very different kind of recession, one where you have a strong jobs remarket. There's still are a lot of people that really just have jobs and, you know, there's a lot of jobs that aren't filled. So that may put a lot more pressure on the fed to try to finesse this. We've got a strong dollar out there today, the Bloomberg dollar spot rally to full one percentage point, the Euro almost at parody with the U.S. 1.00 four right now the Aussie
Live Wild with Remi Warren
"heinz" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren
"And there can be a lot of really exciting action. So the first day went out. And this particular area, a friend of mine was showing us around his area that he hunts and does some guiding. And so we go in and it's just one of those scenarios. I feel like this happens a lot to me. We've got stags roaring out in front of us. And the wind's blowing, I think, from the north that day. And so what they're doing is they're kind of rounding up their Heinz and then pushing them into the wind. So they're constantly moving into the winds, sort of pretty much most animals do this as a measure of protection. And then they can also be moving and trying to jockey and move behind from other stags and whatever, because as soon as that something comes up or starts to come up, it's like competition starts. The roars start going off. And there was, I don't even know how many deer in front of us. Just roar here, roar here, roar here. So we're trying to decipher which roar kind of sounds the most mature, which one has the deepest bellow, which one sounds the most active and go after that one. So we're moving in and we're kind of we've got this roar off to our left and what sounds like a multiple stag's roaring up in front of us. And what we're thinking is, okay, there are definitely sound like a good roar in there, plus there's a lot of them together. So there's probably some Heinz a lot more activity and this might be kind of what I would consider the nucleus of the action. Everything going down right here and all the other stacks want to be a part of that. So we start moving in. And out of the corner of my eye I actually catch a stag. Get down..
"heinz" Discussed on Feminist Current
"There you got my story you are listening to feminist current, I'm Megan Murphy. The stories of those who exited prostitution tend to be wildly different than those still working in the industry and identifying as sex workers. And what men tend to believe about those working in prostitution tends to align with that sex worker narrative as well. That some women just really enjoy prostitution that it's simply a job like any other, that these women are making such good money that it's a fair trade. But when you speak to women freed from the trade, able to look back at their experiences clearly and honestly, you will hear a different truth. Andrea Heinz is a Canadian feminist who, at the age of 22, and with tens of thousands of dollars of debt, entered the license commercial sex trade in Edmonton Alberta. Andrea stayed in the industry for 7 years, working as an escort, a dominatrix, and eventually a brothel owner. She lacked the industry in 2013 and is now a writer speaker and filmmaker working to raise awareness about commercial sexual exploitation. I spoke with her recently about her experiences in which she views as the harms of so called sex work ideology. So I mean, I wonder, first of all, if you can tell me a bit about yourself, what was your childhood like? How did you grow up? Where did you grow up? Who are you? That's a pretty loaded question. So my childhood, I want to say is pretty, it was pretty normal for the most part. I grew up in fort McMurray, Alberta, which is the oil patch 5 hours north of Edmonton, Alberta, where I reside now. And it's really a town that is characterized by a lot of boom bust type cycle. And a lot of drug culture. And so growing up there, it was really kind of in your face. A lot of social challenges and things that people were dealing with, but it was also at the same time this little kind of family community, or at least tried to be..
Asian American History 101
"heinz" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"But don't leave it on your silver too long because it can ruin it. Most of the world's ketchup is produced by Heinz hunt and del Monte. And that brings us to a short history on hinds. Henry J Heinz is the founder of Heinz corporation, way back in January, 1869. Technically, back then, it was called Heinz noble and company, and they had some packaged food products, but began mass producing a family recipe for horseradish. Unfortunately, they went bankrupt in 1875, but the year after that, Henry started a new company, F and J Heinz, with his brother John and cousin Frederick, their first product was Heinz tomato ketchup. After a few years of growth, Henry bought out his partners in 1888 and reformed as HJ Heinz company. The company continued to grow significantly incorporating in 1905 and Heinz became the president. Heinz company were leaders in sanitary food preparation and used new technology to battle problems like bacteria contamination. We won't go into a huge amount of detail, but like a lot of large corporations, Heinz has changed through the years acquiring different brands and being acquired by other companies. It was most recently acquired by three G capital and Berkshire Hathaway and then merged with Kraft foods in 2015. The brands that are in the Heinz portfolio are very diverse and include things like bagel bites, lean parents, or Ida classico and more. So they encompass sauces, pastas, dressings, soups, and beans. And they still make ketchup of course both traditional and organic. Actually, they make quite a variety of ketchups that include aromatic herbs, balsamic vinegar, fiery, chili, jalapeno chili, roasted garlic, and sweet chili..
Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"heinz" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"Absolutely. That's loud. And it's always eavesdropping on that self talk. So if somebody is racing on the perfectionism or the people pleasing for that treadmill, what and they can relate to this conversation as they're listening, watching this. What would your advice be? Because I think people know if you tell them that they actually have to give up their sovereignty or their agency when they make excuses or when they see themselves more as a victim that they don't take responsibility for their thoughts or how they feel, but yet the same thing with a lot of the work in self help, people will know what to do, but they don't do it. Exactly. Or they try everything and they still unhappy for some reason. This is amazing. So doctor Heinz, what would I challenge everybody to take a screenshot of this? And to post it online, what can you want to ask them if they're going to post something online and tag which social media, the Instagram? Yeah, at DR essay SHA HAI and Z so at doctor Sasha Haines, yeah. Amazing. So tag, doctor how to tag myself so we get to see it. And then what do you want them to post? Maybe we could ask them a question or challenge them to do something. I mean, I think the biggest question always is, you know, allowing yourself and this is where having a journal or some place that you write when you get to that place of just can't move forward or you feel stuck. We all have that we all have moments where that happens. What is the big bad terrible fear? What's the big bad terrible assumption that you're making? And it doesn't and don't worry if it doesn't sound very grown up. It's not. It's going to sound like a 5 year old, right? They're not going to like me or I'm going to, you know, I'm going to destroy my career. None of it's rational. It's all, you know, they're not evolved. So recognizing, what is the big bad, terrible fear that you're assuming is going to happen and that's what has you and its grips. So the first thing is and once you know what that is, you know, if I can't write this piece, then I'll never be a writer. I'll never be taken seriously or whatever it is. If I blow this presentation, I'll blow my entire career. Once we know what that assumption is, then you can start to get some feedback on it. From trusted individuals from yourself in communities that you're in. And having those vulnerable honest conversations like, does this actually make sense? Probably not. I love that. Thank you so much for being on our show. So much fun to talk to you. We'll do it again. All right, awesome. Once a double your brain speed and memory power, if you'd like to learn rapidly and get ahead faster, I'd like to give you my brand new quick brain accelerator program. You will discover exactly what I teach my clients to learn, read, and remember anything in half the time. There is no charge as my gift to you for being one of our subscribers that's KW, IK, brain dot com or simply text the word podcast to 9 one 6 8 two two 72 46 and we'll send you a direct link that's 9 one 6 82 brain. Growing up struggling with learning challenges from a childhood brain injury, it's been my life's mission to help you have your very best brain so you can win more every single day. Now, one more quick brain, here are four ways to fast track your results and lock in, which you just learned into your long-term memory. Remember fast, FAST. The F stands for Facebook. You're not alone on this journey. I invite you to join our free private online group. Dairy could connect with me, your fellow brain lovers, links to resources, and even submit your questions for me to answer in future episodes. Go to quick brain dot com that's kwik brain dot coffee a stands for apply. Hacked on what you learned today. Remember, knowledge is not power. It's potential power. It only becomes power when you use it. So use what you just learned. The S stands for subscribe. Don't miss the next episode in other free brain training. And finally, the T stands for teach. You want to learn faster now? The key is to lock it in right away by teaching it to someone else. When you teach something, you get to learn it twice. Here's a simple way to do that. Leave a review on iTunes. Leave a review with your biggest takeaway from this episode. You could also post and share this podcast on your social media. It helps us spread our mission of building better, brighter brains. And of course, tag us to our team to properly thank you. Hashtag quick frame, kwik brain, mine is at Jim quick kw K on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. So, what does fast stand for? Facebook, apply, subscribe, teach. I'll see you on our next episode of quick brain, until then, remember, you are faster and smarter than you.
Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"heinz" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"Who has a socialized mindset would feel have empathy and feel badly for that person to have to work on a weekend and do it. But there are core concerns. I didn't show up in alignment with who I most want to be. It would apologize that we repair the injury with the other person. But the central concern wouldn't be like, oh my gosh, I'm a disappointment to somebody else. It would be man. I didn't live up to my own standards of how I want to show up in the world. And how can I mitigate that? And maybe create like there wouldn't be the shame you see like the shame would be very strong and a socialized mindset. They're wrong. They've done something very bad. Like there's almost like a child being punished. And that shame is such a barrier to growth because a person with a more self authored mindset who maybe isn't experiencing the same degree of shame, but stills, man, I blew it, you know? I didn't show up in alignment with my values, which is to be respectful of other people. To be professional to be whatever, all these other punctual with the work I do. They would be able to sit down and actually get feedback from others, be open to feedback, be open to feedback from themselves and actually sit down and think about like, okay, what were the how did this go wrong? How did I how did I get myself to a place where I turned this decade late? How can I rectify that for next time? So it's a belief system that's far more it's just a more sophisticated, nuanced worldview, which is a 100% taking into consideration other people's disappointment and recognizing that that may be the case. But the real issue that they perceive is I didn't live up to my own self authored values. And people pleasing perfectionism, paralysis. That's all occurring when we are looking externally for validation. People pleasing is about let me do what I think you want me to do. So I can control how you perceive me. Because the most important thing is not how I perceive myself. It's how you perceive me. And the same is true with perfectionism. It's not about living up to one standard of excellence. It's about do other people perceive me as excellent. And again, it seems like a little semantic difference, but it's an entirely different world of development. And you can really see the difference when especially with the way people lead. Socialized, mindset, great, it's going to be a great team member. They're going to really show up and do the work. But if you're in the role of being a leader that the work of developing into more self or into self authorship is truly essential. Part of the work because you can't lead if you're taking everyone's temperature all the time to find out how good you are. And so how do you when we're talking about paralysis or are people pelican or the sense of wanting things to be perfect? So we're not perceived as less than how do you flip what we're talking about self development, right? Adulthood development. How do we flip that ownership switch? Like how come some people seem to have it, right? And other people are in a different setting, you know, and what are the keys for people to get their agency back? Right. I mean, I think agency is such a great word that's exactly what it is. It's the ability to be able to define to self define as opposed to be looking to other people to define one's identity. But I think that the interesting thing about development and adulthood is that it's not correlated with age. So, you know, I can work with a client who's in her 60s who's struggling with emerging from a socialized mindset who still concerned with, but you know, what would my mom think about this? Right. Right. Even at 60 years old, and there could be a 22 year old who has already traversed that gauntlet and is much more self authored in the way they show up and how they engage with the world. So it's interesting that there really is no relationship to age, one would think that there is, but there isn't. And I think part of that has to do with the fact that once we hit, you know, 25, there's this notion that once we've reached full physical maturity that we've reached our full psychological emotional and cognitive maturity and that's just not true at all. And there's very little framework. In the adult experience to do this work. Kids go through school. There's milestones. There's, you know, they have to show some kind of competence from year to year. And then they ritualized it that they go from year to year and they've grown and developed and then in adulthood, it's like you're 25 and the idea is like, oh yeah, you're cooked. You know, you're good. But that's not true. We're constantly evolving into more sophisticated meaning making systems. And. Someone who isn't riddled with that kind of paralysis of perfectionism is, you know, they have the freedom of their own self off their ship. They're not having to when they're that writer's block. So much of what that writer's block is like, not just about, I don't know what to say. So much anxiety and fear about the anticipation of what other people are going to think about this. And a lot of people have that monkey mind, they have that sculpture, that critic..
Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"heinz" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"Welcome the quick brain bite size brain hacks for busy people who want to learn faster and achieve more. I'm your coach, Jim quick. Free your mind. Let's imagine if we could access 100% of our brain's capacity. I wasn't high wasn't wired. Just clear. I knew what I needed to do and how to do it. I know I'm Kung fu. Show me. Welcome back quick brain, your question for today is how do you overcome the need to people please, perfectionism and also paralysis and helicis. And have this conversation with you today. We have doctor Sasha Hines. She's a developmental psychologist. She's an expert in positive psychology, behavioral change. Really, the art of and science of getting unstuck. She has her BA or masters or PhD at all these amazing Ivy League institutions. And I wanted to bring you on doctor tries to talk about this field of adult development. We hear about we were talking before we started recording about child development, but development doesn't stop when you become an adult. And so we all have these issues where we feel sometimes stuck in these areas that we're talking about. We feel they need to be perfect. We get paralyzed because we don't know what to do and how to make a good decision. Some people have a tendency to go out there and just overly please individuals. Where's all that coming from? It is a great question, which we'll dive into. But I think that we need to rebrand self help as adult development. We have relegated, I think, the most important task of adulthood, which and frankly of life of being a human from cradle to grave is our growth and development. Over time. And we've relegated in adulthood that task to arguably the cheesiest aisle in the bookstore. Right? So which is to me a tragedy. You know, I think that people are looking for help in humaning in being an adult and how to show up differently. They can recognize that they may have patterns like people pleasing and perfectionism and then of course the paralysis that comes with all of this. And feel like, you know, what's wrong with me? I'm 45 years old. Why can I not speak up to my boss? You know, why can I not say no to that cocktail party that I actually don't really want to go to? And it seems so childish. And yet we all struggle many of us struggle with this. In fact, 60% of adults are not highly functioning in terms of their cognitive work. So we've got a lot of work to do in terms of our adult development. And I think people pleasing paralysis perfectionism are all symptoms of what we call a socialized mindset. And that is a mental framework that where you're embedded in belief systems where you're looking externally for validation. So you're making sense of the world based on other people's belief system. What other people have told you to believe. So you're following rules, so to speak, right? Rules of society, rules of your family, rules, perhaps of your religion. Social norms that you've observed. And they're not, it's not to say that we shouldn't follow rules. You think of development as concentric rings of a tree, right? So you want to you need to pass through each developmental stage, just like children, right? We don't want to skip developmental stages, each is important. But when the problem with that stink stuck in a socialized mindset, we want people to go through that is very important to learn how to be a good citizen. It's very important to learn how to be a good team member. And to compassionately want to show up for other people. And learn how to be a part of a team. But to be a leader in the world today, we need to evolve from that socialized mindset to a more self authored mindset where your values and the structure of your pics are internally derived. So you maybe have the same values, but instead of upholding them because you don't want to disappoint somebody. You uphold them because it's an alignment with who you want to be. And it seems like a very simple little it's not doesn't seem like that big of a deal. But it's an entire world. You know, it's an entire shift of a perspective. In the same way that when child development, you look at little kids and if you go up on an airplane and you're looking out the window and you have two little kids with you, you have a four year old and a ten year old. The four year old is going to look out of the window and say, they've become small. The people are small, the cars are small. But the ten year old will say, no, they seem small. They look small. Because the ten year old has developed a more sophisticated meeting making system. The ten year old can understand, oh, it's a trick of perspective. Because I'm so high, they look small. Whereas a four year old is still thinking, no, what I see is reality. And they've now become a little micro machines, remember those little cars. They're like these tiny little cars, right? So all of a sudden, right, they think they can't understand, oh, yeah, they've shifted in terms of how they perceive the size of it. And the same is true in adult development when we're evolving from a more socialized mindset to a self authored mindset. It's exactly the same kind of massive cognitive leap that we're taking. And we're understanding of the world. So what would be some examples of that as it plays out? For example, with the people pleasing and the sort of perfectionism example, you know, imagine that your work and you didn't get in, you were supposed to do a deck for your group and you didn't get it in times of the person who was editing it. Had to work on it over the weekend. Can that person's not pleased about it? A person who is embedded in a socialized mindset, there are going to be very upset and concerned and worried and feel terrible because they've disappointed this other person. And that other person is going to be mad at them. Okay. And that's going to feel very real. So that person, it's not wrong, right? But there are the reason to show up. The reason to do the quote right thing is because I don't want to disappoint somebody else. Someone.
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"AP AP sports sports I I jerk jerk free free other other night night that that may may have have been been his his last last game game at at Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Heinz Heinz field field Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger help help guide guide the the Steelers Steelers to to a a twenty twenty six six fourteen fourteen win win over over the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree reports reports from from Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Roethlisberger Roethlisberger passed passed for for one one hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards but but that that seemed seemed to to matter matter little little to to the the eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran who who took took a a lap lap around around the the stadium stadium after after the the game game saluting saluting the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh faithful faithful nashi nashi Harris Harris rushed rushed for for a a touchdown touchdown in in a a career career high high one one hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight yards yards in in Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's defense defense led led by by TJ TJ wants wants four four sacks sacks brought brought down down Browns Browns quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield nine nine times times and and intercepted intercepted him him twice twice as as Pittsburgh Pittsburgh kept kept its its playoff playoff hopes hopes alive alive by by moving moving two two eight eight seven seven one one Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Tampa Tampa coach coach Bruce Bruce Arians Arians says says he he has has no no regrets regrets about about signing signing wide wide receiver receiver Antonio Antonio brown brown even even though though brown brown left left the the field field during during Tampa's Tampa's game game with with the the New New York York Jets Jets this this past past Sunday Sunday in in the the NBA NBA the the world world champs champs lost lost at at home home to to a a team team with with the the NBA's NBA's worst worst record record Milwaukee Milwaukee got got stunned stunned by by Detroit Detroit the the pistons pistons win win one one fifteen fifteen one one oh oh six six behind behind a a career career high high thirty thirty four four from from CITIC CITIC bank bank job job a a report report in in thirty thirty six six in in a a Memphis Memphis road road win win over over Brooklyn Brooklyn one one eighteen eighteen one one oh oh four four the the Grizzlies Grizzlies have have won won five five straight straight we we do do stuff stuff like like we're we're doing doing now now obviously obviously you you know know I I recognition recognition everything everything will will come come just just walked walked out out with with a a basketball basketball game game about about what what seemed seemed a a dentist dentist Brooklyn Brooklyn coach coach Steve Steve Nash Nash is is hopeful hopeful that that Kyra Kyra Irving Irving will will make make his his season season debut debut Wednesday Wednesday at at Indiana Indiana a a top top five five upset upset in in college college basketball basketball twenty twenty third third ranked ranked Wisconsin Wisconsin won won at at third third ranked ranked Purdue Purdue seventy seventy four four sixty sixty nine nine it's it's been been a a house house of of horrors horrors for for the the badgers badgers who who were were just just eighteen eighteen of of seventy seventy three three a a produ produ prior prior to to Monday Monday night's night's win win on on the the ice ice Ryan Ryan Strome Strome had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists and and the the New New York York Rangers Rangers won won their their third third straight straight for for the the one one over over Edmonton Edmonton trump trump says says the the Rangers Rangers like like playing playing at at Madison Madison Square Square Garden Garden it's it's a a good good feeling feeling when when we're we're waiting waiting for for them them in in there there give give us us great great response response I I mean mean I I think think they're they're starting starting to to realize realize that that our our teams teams finding finding ways ways to to win win and and they're they're appreciating appreciating sometimes sometimes a a good good forecheck forecheck a a good good offense offense of of shift shift the the Rangers Rangers are are ten ten three three and and two two at at home home this this season season Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports
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Farewell Ben Raffensperger
"And then I was very sad to see Ben Ben Roethlisberger on Monday Night Football walk off. It's his last time he's gonna play at Heinz field in Pittsburgh and he's had an 18 year career and not all of it was great, but you know, he's Big Ben. He's had his ups and downs, but he won a Super Bowl and it was touching to see him walk away. They were just a couple of exits the last few days that really got to me. And his emotional as I was last night, I sat up and I watched Big Ben walk off that field. And I watched him talk to the reporter who was trying to encapsulate what he must have felt. And you know, he took a lap around the stadium just to touch people's hands. It was very touching.
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Roethlisberger, Steelers top Browns to stay in playoff mix
"It it might might be be his his final final game game at at Heinz Heinz field field Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger went went out out with with the the win win as as the the Steelers Steelers top top rival rival Cleveland Cleveland twenty twenty six six to to fourteen fourteen Roethlisberger Roethlisberger passed passed for for one one hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards but but that that seemed seemed to to matter matter little little to to the the eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran who who took took a a lap lap around around the the stadium stadium after after the the game game saluting saluting the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh faithful faithful nashi nashi Harris Harris rushed rushed for for a a touchdown touchdown in in a a career career high high one one hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight yards yards in in Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's defense defense led led by by TJ TJ wants wants four four sacks sacks brought brought down down Browns Browns quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield nine nine times times and and intercepted intercepted him him twice twice as as Pittsburgh Pittsburgh kept kept its its playoff playoff hopes hopes alive alive by by moving moving two two eight eight seven seven one one they they feel feel passed passed for for one one hundred hundred eighty eighty five five yards yards and and two two scores scores for for Cleveland Cleveland dropped dropped to to seven seven and and nine nine Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"heinz" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"I mean this is why they've done. These amazing studies show that. It's always the silver medallist his most unhappy. Like if you look at pictures of people on the olympic podium. It's really funny. The gold mel is like beaming ear. And by the way so as the bronze-medallist still rela is so funny. You say that. I was thinking i missed allstate banned by one chair when i was a freshman in high school and that was my worst possible outcome. I was like i would rather be dead last and had no shot at all than being the first alternate they took worry. I was number four and the reason. Why is because if you were dead last. I didn't have a chance to take your most salient reference. Point was the people around you like everybody. I still remember them. The guy who beat me to to this day course ito exactly right. And by the way i'm sure if they you know they were looking at olympic medalists and you know they would probably the person who is in fourth place is also probably really pissed and really unhappy but for the bronze-medallists the most salient reference point is. I'm i got on the podium. I almost didn't get on the podium right. So they're thrilled. They almost were in fourth place in dark. Going to get a medal at all but for the silver medallist. The most salient reference point for the silver medallist is losing the gold right so generally speaking the gold should be the happiest and the silver measure second happiest and then the bronze-medal should be the least happy right. That's what we should see. But that's not what our brains do. That's not how the human brain works right we we have. We compare ourselves to our past our past performances and we compare selves we you know socially and the social comparisons you know they're not objective. They're not based on an absolute scale. So the higher you the more you achieve the the smaller kind of the group that you are of people that have achieved around you. You know you're you're comparing yourself to those people so like the the bar is always being raised. So how do we deal with the fact that these reference points are constantly changing without losing our minds. Well this this is why. There's a couple of tricks you can do. I think you know being very deliberate about your experiences in making sure that you do things that are you know. Awesome and fabulous and amazing and then also deliberately things and places that aren't as nicer going to visit places that aren't as fancier highbrow right like you. The you give yourself kind of high and low. This is the you know the value of maybe going camping and being without for a little bit right like that resets your reference point you want to constantly be doing things that level set the kind of bring that reference point back down so it's not this ever increasing. You know standard. So the first time i mean i think traveling on an airplane is such a good example. We're all so annoyed about airline travel. It's like lewis..
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"heinz" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"You know the the data shows that when we follow people that have been catastrophic accidents and become paralysed. They go through a period where their wellbeing has depth. But then it comes back to pretty much. The set point was before we assume that making if you know some distant relative that we didn't know very well passed away left us with like one hundred million dollars she enormously happy in our life would be forever altered for the better. But that's not true like our instinct is that that's the case but it's not true. The data shows that you we. If we inherited that we would be it would be a momentary blip kind of wellbeing boost as you as you said and then it goes back to the same old same old and what happens is that this is what we call adaptation that our brand is that we adapt to an habitual rate both positive and negative stimuli. Such that the emotional effective it is blunted. Right over time or attenuated and this is actually great. It's great that we do this because it means the negative things that tough stuff. We also adapt to that so it doesn't you know it's not as bad as we think it's going to be but it mean that the positive stuff is not as good as we think it's going to be right it doesn't have the same wellbeing it doesn't have the powerful wellbeing boost. We think it's going to give us and this is is not an alliance. It's completely contradicts. What we're being told it. Living in a capitalist you know society which we do. We're con constantly given messages. That you know these externalities will make you feel great right. Like they're always selling the lifestyle right so it's completely counter intuitive so we assume like oh these external things like getting the book deal and having the having the relationship that you see on like what the zales commercial or whatever. You know kay jewelers. That's gonna make a so much happier but the truth is it. You know yes. It does for about two years. We're in two years. Marriage increases our wellbeing. And then we go back to our normal levels right that and so you know it. It really serves us in some ways because the the lows aren't actually as bad as we think they're going to be but then the is that we assume are going to make so great actually aren't as great as we think they're gonna be an even more annoy about our mind is that we never learned from this right so we go. We like this. This satanic adaptation that like get every inc breeze of achievement or every increase in our well-being we adapted that it just becomes the new normal right. We don't learn from this so you know. Despite the fact that. I got into harvard. Well like that became like the new normal and it wasn't that exciting anymore right and i would also imagine too. Is it like you or reference. Group has probably become more high-achieving to i talked to people like you all day. So my reference group is wildly skewed right and so we don't judge stuff anything in our life. I mean we don't human being let our brains don't judge anything on an absolute scale a that's not how we judge stuff we judge ourselves and compare on a relative scale. You based against the most salient reference point. So if you have..
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"heinz" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"You don't have to roll around like the idea that in psychology right that we're rolling around in our mock to get clean. It's doesn't actually make sense and in this. Marty segment was the first psychologists that i had read. Who was interested in. Okay you know. Psychologists has been traditionally set up again. You from the negative end of the spectrum. Two to zero point right to cured okay. He old right but there was nothing that was about. How do you get from zero to the positive end of the spectrum right. what does it even look like. There was completely new at that time. And that really resonated with me. And i think i really took to it and i by saying the dumb luck was that he happened to be starting a masters program and i just immediately thought like okay. I applied for it in secret. He can thank. I couldn't bear to tell my family and friends that i was actually going back on my word that i was never went back to school. I actually told people that i would never do. Anything related to the internet for my job. Post business school famous last words. The yeah exactly this episode of the unmistakable creative is brought to you by thought works a global technology consultancy. That's hiring senior and lead developers data engineers infrastructure consultants and more to join them in the roles across the united states. It's pretty clear that last year changed our working lives forever and maybe made you realize that you are ready for a change. That thought works. They challenged curious.
"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.
Behind the Steel Curtain
"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.
Mojo In The Morning
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
The Dan Bongino Show
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.
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.
Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
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
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Behind the Steel Curtain
"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. I think people forget how granted counts in tuning homes. Really wasn't he was really a special talent and it's a shame things didn't work out for him as far as have going to have a legendary career but he was really special for them during this era and showed on this play to follow mendenhall..
AP News Radio
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
Business Wars Daily
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
The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
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.
WTOP 24 Hour News
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
CNBC's Fast Money
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
"heinz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Today is doing like all the other storms have done so far this year, and it's breaking down as it gets to us, but At least it's dumping snow in the mountains and it's cold and it's supposed to be icky all week. And I think that's kind of what we're all hoping for. Because if we don't get along, we're gonna all wash away. Hey, listen, I found a job that I want. Uh, okay. Yeah. Oscar Mayer hiring team to drive. It's Wiener Mobile across the U. S. Okay says in this headline. I think this is Kraft. Heinz is working is looking to hire a new team of hot daughters. That's what they call Drive its famous hot dog shaped wiener mobile across the country for a year. Well, well, well, look at your college graduates. So I'm afraid I'm not gonna qualify. Just drive a wiener Mobile. You get paid. You get paid in, Uh, And wieners. I guess, huh? Hot doctors will hit the open road in the 27 ft orange and yellow vehicle, stopping at more than 200 events, according to the job posting, They'll also appear on local television radio and to interview TV and newspaper interviews and create content for social media. Well, there you go. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm thinking, you know, I mean on. Also, there is an Oscar Mayer Elementary school in Chicago. Honestly, how about that? So I'm just thinking, you know, I mean, it would be a good job. If you you know, I mean, you see the country and drive around and we won't we know will be everybody would be happy to see you, or at least they would be pointing at you. I bet you there'll be a lot of applicants. Well, all right, you guys at the top of every travel guys radio show we bring you up to date on What's going on in the travel news, And with that? Years Mark. Yes, Ladies and gentlemen, you You probably only already know this. But there's a new sheriff in town. And so Mr by President Biden.
"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.