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"henry wells" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Taft Hartley the mining of the Labor Movement. Fundamental horrible ships. Okay let's keep on going forward. You Know Bill Clinton right brings the Democratic or well Jimmy Carter. Greens the Democratic Party. Back in seventy six right but seventy acid setbacks in congress unable to really governors effectively as. He wants ninety. Two Bill Clinton gets elected. Ray Has the House and Senate. Ninety four terrible setbacks in and really disempowered moves to hard neoliberal liberal position two thousand eight Barack Obama an incredible victory Wins the presidency by large wins the House and Senate two thousand. Ten massive setbacks in congressional elections undermines his ability to govern going forward. You know the bottom line. Is this how you govern when you get our matters? Fundamentally and the only way to make Joe Biden govern in a way that will be good for Joe Biden and his party. Frankly is to is to put enormous pressure on him now and to actually communicate with them logically that he has to move to a more progressive position so yes. I would use the task forces US whatever vehicle is available and frankly I would use history because history is very very clear on this when Democratic Party governs with a progressive forward looking vision. He tends to do very very well. And it tends to hold its power and advance when it doesn't do so on the modern history certainly is of a real struggle to hold onto that power to do something meaningful and Michael. We can't afford it anymore. We can't we don't have. We don't have another presidency to waste brother. I'm not not your you're muted Michael Apologies. I was muted because there was a there was something really loud outside. I apologize for John. I'm just saying thank you so much really appreciate it as always. The book is the fight for the soul of the Democratic Party. The enduring legacy of Henry Wells anti-fascist. Antiracist politics grab it. Get a little dose of optimism but most importantly ground yourself in history that really is regardless of where you come down on these things that is the number one thing No future without a past. John thanks so much doings. Really honored to join thanks A great great conversation. Thank you so much. Stay safe below. All right guys I guess we're going to a.
"henry wells" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"The Green Vollers Game Blair confusing the ridler. Hey they're Ralph Garman here. I hope you're enjoying the show. And if you are why not subscribe to the Ralph reports a you can hear it every day Monday through Friday for just fifteen cents a day you can be a one star general supporter and that will get you the show in your ear holes. Monday through Friday of course are two three and four star general levels as well which gets you more bonus content more access to me. So if you like what you're hearing why not subscribe go to Patriotdepot dot com slash the Ralph report. That's P. A. T. R. E. N. dot com slash. The report subscribed today. So you don't miss a thing right now. It's time for us to take a look in the rear view mirror. What happened on March? Eighteenth this day in history to solve another mystery like just a day the day some good invented the tyrant. King married his sister Queen. Who knows everyday seems to be an anniversary. The army's rubbing rouse lamps wishes. Please tell us what we do on this day. On This Day in sixteen sixty to the very first public bus service began happened in the city of Paris. All every want get on the bus. Can you imagine the smell? Nope off in Paris. Helping the smoke was on that in the summertime. Sixteen sixty two all. Just just be. Oh and cigarettes. Oh Gao you'd guy can't even imagine and Fromm MILEAGE and Old Berets Toilet Water. Toilet waters well on this day in eighteen eighteen the. Us Congress approved the first. Pensions for government. Service I'll sure they did taking care of themselves for you as always that Congress eighteen thirty four the very first railroad tunnel in the United States was completed must have been pretty ballsy to dig out that first railroad tunnel in eighteen thirty hour. You're digging away through mountain just hoping that it stays up may hall about amount sale that works thousand collapse on me that happened in Pennsylvania by the way that it nowhere particularly no just the good wasn't figure location in eighteen thirty four six farm laborers endorse at England were sentenced to be transported to Australia because they dared to form a union. God so they put him on the six guys. Wow and they said nope and they sent them to the penal colony of Australia. Wow that is. That's that's Whitey. Trying to keep his shows you unions or a good thing Necessary in eighteen fifty two guys named Henry Wells and William Fargo got together and they formed a little company called the American Express in Buffalo New York. Eighteen seventy eight. The city of Anaheim California was incorporated for the second time. I didn't quite take. They had to do it against weird very strange eighteen. Eighty one barnum and Bailey circus traveling as the greatest show on earth debuted at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The barnum and Bailey Circus would last for a hundred and forty six years before it finally closed in twenty seventeen. Wow that's quite a run at is on this day in eighteen. Eighty two Morgan. Herb was minding his own business. Plans and billiards there in Tombstone Arizona. And the next thing you know. He was gunned down through a window by some cowardly curve named the cowboys. Huge stake on their partnership. Because they're brother. Wyatt didn't cotton and that sort of behaviour at all and things went very south for those guys jolly other charge the live comments Jonah House. How's Jonah Movie? I think it's the greatest modern Western. They'll have you been attempt on. Yes so cool. It's so cool. So cool your your cage. You can literally go to the O. K. Corral and go back where that famous gunfight took place and let me tell you something it's about the size of the bat cave here. It's it looks like they were on top Woah part. Myth they were on top of each other is not a lot of room in that corral. Yeah Yeah it's it's cradling and the birdcage theaters very cool very cool. Yeah Eighteen Ninety on this day German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck Otto von Bismarck resigned after nine hundred nine years after a disagreement with the German amphora. Whose name was very Hallam. The second to scream. We'll go to second to to help will help will help for helmet in nineteen. Oh Two Italian. Operatic tenor or operatic tenor operatic. You'd who operate on Italian operatic tenor enrico saw. The Great Caruso was one of the great opera singers of the early part of the nineteen hundred seven Palazzo and is really Enrico Palazzo House. Enrico Caruso became the first well known performer to make a phonograph record. No one was making records. Amelie to he was the first guy to make erectile man he was thinking ahead. He was copies of that record. Still exists to this day. They're not in great shape as you can imagine as you will also hear here is Enrico Caruso singing opera in the very first record from a well known performer from Nineteen. O Two.
Colts face different Titans' threat with Ryan Tannehill at QB
"Sunday. It is the titans and Ryan Tannehill. Dan Hill really happy for him. By the way at the Indianapolis Colts Starwood Tannahill and the November December Munster known as Derrick Henry. Well here's the thing with tannehill now barring the complete face plan the question is just how many guaranteed years does he get from the titans because because he's GonNa be the quarterback next year. They're really the running an efficient effective offense. I think he's up around fifteen yards of completion over his last two games. The problem is with Tennessee. Hennessy is. He isn't throwing the ball a whole lot so we had eighteen. Pass attempts against Jacksonville last week. Now of course two rushing touchdowns in two passing touchdowns so he he wants somebody a lot of money in DFS. But it's it's one of those things where decided Lamar Jackson. You really don't think that that's tenable. Because he's a good Ron. Everybody's not an explosive one but then he had the nineteen pass attempts against Kansas City. A couple of weeks ago. This is how they WANNA play. So I think Tannahill the hill is a streamer streamer the quarterback the problem is i. Don't trust any of his wide receivers because AJ Brown had the big game and Jacksonville but two weeks exco. He had the terrible game just one catch against Kansas City. So I'm not really trusting any of that. I think Corey Davis is flat out droppable right now because I have a tough time saying to myself. When am I going to play Corey Davis in any of my line at this point and so I think he's droppable? Ryan Tannehill has accounted for for over nineteen fantasy points and multiple touchdowns in each of his five starts his nine point two yards per attempt is leading the NFL. He's playing really well. And I think the colts are a gettable matchup even if it's not a pristine one but the guy you always trust here is Derrick Henry. You had a third touchdown last week wiped out because of a screen pass. The the colts are really struggling to score points right now and we heard this week. That t y Hilton so far isn't sure he's going to be ready to go on Sunday. This projects to be a lower scoring game in Indianapolis and that means all systems go for Derrick Henry locked in rb one locked in court. DFS play tight end for the titans writings. Nobody worthwhile nobody useful Delaney Walker. Could be back. Johnny Smith didn't even have a target last week. He had a carry their they got one in target for Michael Pruitt. Firkh sir. Didn't have a target Dennis Kelly the backup. Tackle got a touchdown. The tight ends and Tennessee are useless. It's really Tannehill and Henry Henry at this point of the season the only two guys that I can consider with any sort of confidence.
"henry wells" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Scorekeeper Gretchen working a. and let's continue with the round of voices from Vermont. considering how diminutive this state is it certainly contributed more than its share to the quotation anthologies for ten points each just name the famous Vermonters most frequently associated with these famous phrases some of which we acknowledge could well be apocryphal. Caroline I thought apocryphal lived in New Hampshire. he's the embodiment of the slogan westward ever westward and in partnership with another American Express co founder he certainly helped move things in that direction American Express co founder. Horace Greeley says the writing on Barry's note pad I believe very is probably quoting go west young man which is a fine quotation this particular one is westward ever westward and is less likely to young people and man. so so this was a woman. it really wasn't. I'm pretty sure I started the what the sentence with he's. thing to to. for ten square tens really. there is a bit of a clue in there the part about he certainly helped move things in that direction Pony Express no but because he and his partner started a business to move things across the American west wells or for or farm it was Henry wells who was born in Vermont. seven points with blue..
"henry wells" Discussed on Everywhere
"What do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo having common. They're all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they GEICO wrong? Where did they go right? And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner who wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre graffiti. I'm a former tech EXEC. Turn Serial Real Entrepreneur turned T._v.. And radio host and over the course of my career I've interacted with interviewed and reported on thousands of businesses. I've seen bright beginnings that fizzled <unk> out and rocky starts that turned into shining stars so join me and my producer new Guy Nick as we dive into the decisions that led to greatness and the regular people who were able to spin straw into gold bizarre affi we'll have new episodes each week. Listen end subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts tray tables up you returning to everywhere land. Maybe it's time for a little holly chat about the south since since she is from the South Ish is she says I wasn't born in the south. I was a military kid good so I was born. In Arizona I lived in Seattle and we moved to Florida. When I was nine and then I'm moved to Atlanta for college and I never left so I am in practical sense absolutely a southerner although it's kind of funny because I sometimes find myself feeling a little between two worlds when I talked to relatives from Lake Michigan for example they think I have the thickest southern accent they've ever heard whereas when I'm in the south people are like are you a Yankee but the real question mission is the New York? Where do they think you're from? Sometimes a lot of people in New York think I'm from New York which cracks me up which I love my point of pride. Is that like if I'm working up Eighth Avenue Vigny which anybody who knows New York is like tourism central that the people who are trying to hustling sell you tickets to the any of the things like whether it's a Broadway show or to get to <hes> top of the Empire State building they ignore me completely and I'm like okay cool man. I'm blended in with New York so yeah New Yorker Stone. I don't think I've ever had an an interaction with a New Yorker. Were they. Ask you from from the south. That's interesting when I say I'm from New York people immediately say Ovid way you rarely from right and I go why why and they go well. You don't sound like you're from new. I have to say well. New York doesn't have a sound. It has exactly interestingly enough. <HES> L. is with us in studio my dog she's from Puerto Rico and very often people would ask me away so dog from and I'd say oh she's Puerto Rican and they'd be like like Oh. She's from a foreign country and I have to be like well no Puerto Rico American and they'd be like no. It's not right. There's some confusion there's still persists point. <hes> that's like a weird way way like race and diversity and ethnicity comes through like even through my dog wrong right. It's suddenly this like that's the other like she's from the other right. Everybody's just trying to process the world define things in in the simplest was boxes they can but unfortunately that leads to a sense of otherness but like I feel like because I moved to the south when I was nine which would have been nineteen eighteen eighty because I'm a very grown up person. I wasn't born yet hauling baby. I have all the life experience for you. So as I mentioned my family only move to the panhandle of Florida because my father is in the military and their bases there and I think we had been living there about two months when three lots down I'm from our house and we were in a pretty remote area of what is now a very booming beach town but there was a k.. K. K. Rally Lake completely fleet with Burning Cross and I just remember looking my parents to me like where have you moved me too and we even kind of walk down the street tentatively just because like our next door neighbors said Oh just F._y._i.. This is going on. Maybe don't go out. If you don't want to see any of that. We were like wait no that can't she can't be don't wear white pajamas. Mistreat tonight was just so bizarre but for the longest time I mean I grew up in a a community that was almost entirely white. We had one black kid in my school rule and he was a unicorn to most people you know they were like what are you like and he was like a person <hes> I always wondered if he to like had been a military military kid that just kind of link and suddenly like what is this experience and of course I was young enough to not realize those are exactly the people you should seek out and find out what their experiences because one they may need an ally in two. That's a unique situation. That is definitely a learning thing which you you're not thinking about that when your kid kid because you're dumb kid. At least I was not all kids are some are very bright and insightful so yeah it's been very interesting to see that and then living you know continuing to live in in the south as I do how we haven't haven't progressed in the intervening thirty plus years will the south to me is such a buffet perfect and easy way for anyone to learn these lessons because like I've traveled to South Africa with a black friend and have gone to a beach where the entire beach is left every single person on the left and someone said to me that is the first black person to ever come on this beach and this was two thousand and three wow that's not so long ago and this was like a segregated beach and that happened almost ten years off the pont kind ended yeah. I'm curious because I feel like you have this unique parallel but not quite the same experience being from South Africa where there is sometimes times that desire I think in the study of American history for people to go like okay the civil war happened and then abolition happen and then reconstruction and racism schism was solved and it's like no no no no and I wonder if it's similar with apartheid like maybe the the legal rules on the books have been done away with but that doesn't mean the cultural norms magically schefter sobriety rule it takes a while and it takes to me. I see it's generational like maybe maybe you grow up in a household that is racist and you don't like it so then you create a household that is not that but surely you're probably we still propagating some things and then your kids see that and they do one better and you know what I mean so I think it generation only improves not in all cases. Obviously there outliers to that that model so I do think that when I talked to teenagers today or kids in their early twenties I'm always wowed by how wise they are about embracing embracing The idea of traveling like I've spent time in Croatia where the friends that I made they had never seen a person of color because Croatia wasn't at the time so this is like maybe ten years ago it wasn't as open to tourism right and they would say things like I've never seen a person of color so I'm staring not because I'm being racist. It's because I don't know it right. I mean there and then the inverse like you go to India A. and some rural parts of India. Those people have never seen white people right and they stare at me and look at me like who's this person this alien from from wherever any it's not because you're a white person it's because Europe tropical fish walking among US human toll yes this is because I'm slightly toll and then do your tropical fish. Yeah I mean it is fascinating and it gets back to you. What you were saying about the other right like we come to understand what we're exposed to and so that's like the thing you've talked a lot about being open to meeting people and hearing what they have to say and that makes them not the other even even if they are very different from you you they're still part of the greater human experience will as I told you about my experience with Anne when I became quiet can't and was able to listen to Ami who I met at the Plantation House telling me about her life? That's when I was learning something instead of just being like my experience my way. This is how I see the south. I was willing to let somebody else explained to me their version of the south and it shocked me because the stereotypes that people have a so wrong and they based on such a small all part of the world like people say things like New York is brewed stereotype from I went always cracks me up a little bit because in my experience to me I meet some of the friendliest people I've ever met in New York Line. Why do you think the south has this reputation and that's the southern accent has reputation? The very notion of the south has a reputation well. There are certainly reasons right like we have a tag on Dr Show where we talk about. Racism is not something that only happened in the south but because it was where a lot of high profile civil rights moments moments happened. It looks like we're that link. The South is where the battle over racism was happening. The other thing too that I think is that we don't always realize how oh rooted in history. Some of these ideas are going all the way back to the civil war like two northerners. There are still roots of that idea that everyone everyone in the south is a stupid backwards person similarly. I mean I remember going to high school with I had a wonderful teacher but her family would still talk about about people north of the Mason Dixon Line as though they were the enemy like she was telling the story one day about how her brother was engaged to a woman from like Pennsylvania Kenya and it was like the families scandal weight that was more than a hundred years ago that this actually took place like you don't have to do the <hes> the Yankees versus confederacy thing. I'm not sure why this is playing out but I think that those tendrils have continued longer than people realize not everyone everyone embraces change particularly not social change in its like wild things may be progressing in one way the people that don't like it really rally the other way and those they're passing those ideas to the next generation after that et Cetera I mean it's the same thing that we talk about in terms of how we see. They're racist. This is how we see L._G._B._T._Q.. People again it goes back to that idea of their this way like it becomes that Monolithic idea of southerners are this way northerners her this way when really I mean you could meet someone from almost any place on earth and once you get over any possible like language barriers they could ticking assortment of boxes of identities and descriptors that you would find similar in almost any place in the world depending on what their culture and geography has has given them to begin with. This is why you get on the plane and you go and see everything else yes so that you can learn that everything else is the same missio yeah I mean it's so cliche but there really are more similarities than differences usually at the end of the day. I'm most people just want the basics straight they wanNA find love and connection and community and a place to call home. Everything else is Kinda gravy. I mean this is the stuff. When you talk about on your show yeah I mean that's the thing that always gets me right like we have discussed often? When people are like what is your show about? I'm like the fact that there have always always been people in the world of every stripe that we maybe we're not led to believe if you only read you know history books because those tend to be a lot of old white guys yes there have always been women have always been people of color. There have always been people all over the spectrum of gender and sexuality they were well having the human experience to and contributing to history even though maybe their stories didn't get the attention they deserve. That's why you should shut the fuck up and learn something yes but I've been talking talking an awful lot so you teach me something. If you'd like to listen to more of holly you can find her at stuff. You missed in history class which is that missed in history everywhere and social media and missed in history dot com online..
"henry wells" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"What do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where'd they right. And how can you you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home home Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre affi listening subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts outcasts bobby bones post show pre show I was looking at Raymundo and Raimondo and I work communicating Morgan number two sometimes starts communicating back to me when I'm not talking to her and I'm like we got our whole communication law because she is right in the eyesight of Raymundo and remote in our like talking to the glass and Morgan number two jump smells like yeah I think so too. What does she even talking about. It's a weird thing here. <hes> these is so close together. Morgan feels like you're always looking at me and now that's fine. I can also look at her all the time it she'll just looking at Ray. I just WANNA stare stare at her yeah. It'd be nothing <hes> what's up everybody. We just finished Thursday show. <hes> tomorrow is going to be good though if you listen to tomorrow just more will be tomorrow so hopefully you'll check that out. I I'll say we should start with the target story and Amy's kids <hes> and I was watching watching your instagram story last night and your son farted so loud on your instagram story right on your phone. He's really into doing that yesterday now. Is that just a boy thing. You think it's hilarious. I don't know did you. Yes I mean I mean. My daughter gets a little bit annoyed by now but she'll laugh with him but does she do it <hes> yeah but she just kind of owns. It doesn't make a big deal about it like he does it and I'll just be like oh my stomach and then he when we're in public public now he were target going down the aisle and he'll do it and then people will be shopping on the same aisle and now he just looks at them. He's like sorry sorry that my mom. It's awesome like it's not me so then I sound like I'm the thirty eight year old long like being like it wasn't me and then the people are like. Ok sure you know so. What do you do to stop a kid from farting. I mean well. We've it's gotten to the point where like it's one of those things where sometimes even though it is fun. We don't want to be party poopers <music> but he has to like leave the room and go to the bathroom and shut the door and do it and then he can come back out. I know I know because but then Dan I don't really so uptight about it because it does make him laugh so hard that I don't want to always make him like excuse himself go to the bathroom. Come back I was. I'm not a big farther like not not for attention right. I don't even think it's that funny but during the minority I know but that being said I was an uber yesterday and just forget. It's not my car sometimes and so I'm back and I'm at the back room back corner. That's the name of the new Eddie Right back where that corner and the I don't want to Uber Down because they want to drive down to possibly get a parking spot so I call Uber and picks me up and get in and I just sit back and the guy has turned on some them to Nineties playlist and is counting crows and I'm just like man this is cool loud and it looks back and you can't just act like it was nothing and I remember thinking to myself itself. Why would I do that. I feel like it's my car. I it's not but I just had that feeling like all right. Let me just like nobody nineties. playlists made you feel also comfortable. The the was funny and I did it and if you don't act like it's a big deal. Nobody cares right. I was just like Yep and he's in songs one nine to another and I'm like man. This is my jams. It looks back at me. He goes the nineties. Were good to me man. You're like what does that mean. I didn't yeah no it imagine the morning follow up because I put on my uber APP like how much talking to you want and I always put little. I'll take a little by trying to go into a docu series. The Big Talker and options wants scroll to the most mighty. We look and see what the options for. The most talking talks a lot like good. Oh at a massage once they gave me that option and one of the options was talk your face off like nope like that. The talk a lot about describing you talk. You're facing now the Mike when you get that. Will you read it on the screen for me. <hes> have all this stuff on my screen here to talk about that. We didn't get to today on the show and some things that like we didn't talk about the farting thing because I didn't want to put it out on the I mean people could could be eating breakfast and yeah. The kids would've loved it. We'll hit it occasionally but right but the main point is. I need to get him to stop like outing saying it's. It's me in public when it's not that's pretty funny. That's pretty awesome actually going. I had mentioned but I'll kind of share this because some people wonder what what's happened in the Morgan number one. She now works over with my management team and yesterday we sat in a room. We had you text me about this yesterday to like. How Did you vision meeting go. I'm there's mostly about touring and three and stuff like that that kind of weighing doing T._v. Shows all the stuff we're just it's kind of kind of getting offers to do things now and so it was the first time that she had been in a meeting instead of she'll be good kind of owning it a little bit so <hes> worked with her yesterday. We're still interviewing. I think they may have called people and told them they didn't make the shortlist because that's all Mike Signs Post. He sent his resume resume. The joke is I guess that'd make short list. I got the call. Oh you didn't and he didn't make sure this never never produced a radio show right. He applied as a joke yeah. He's in a really really long resume. That's that's amazing and it was like three quarters. Israel resume funny stuff to God and he put me as a reference to get to me and it was like references. He put me as a reference. He's funny <hes> yeah so he do. You have my number if you saw the same phone number is shit see if he's available. It's a teacher sure. I don't know if you can answer the phone. I'd put him on the PO. Show pre show. He's a professor is a professor <hes> which is crazy. I'm more than a teacher. Yes I think so. It's a college college teacher right. Do you need more schooling for that. I don't think so okay. I think it's going to be a masters for the most part to be a college teacher the teacher he's an educator educator educate. Probably the universal were by Professor College. I think you could even call. Some people. Professors in high school like people have been there for a long time. I don't know maybe you should learn. Maybe he knows the difference. Mike signs well. Get on <hes> also get him on and if you can answer let me know Raimondo but he didn't get a call so we have have you know five or six people that we're talking to to bring him in <hes> someone's asking what we don't promote somebody here internally. We don't have anyone that is qualified to do it into. I mean this is like a hundred and fifty radio stations dealing dealing with sales. It's dealing with creative. It's the night show. It's it's a lot internally. You mean someone like us. Yeah one of us we. We don't have one someone yeah you want a job. No you're not qualified. No no no. I'm not qualified for that. <hes> you could do it eventually not hungered for bringing the people who have executive executive produced talking to other shows or T._v. They've mold seen oversee multiple T._V. Shows kind of a multi thing is the issue so doing that quiet preferred happy to chat or no preference. What was the most happy to chat chat. That's not not bad. That's not overwhelming. Talk your face off like <hes> have a note here. I copy and paste from Eddie. Eddie sent me a note that said his dad loves the livestream yeah but he has a problem with this he doesn't he was. I guess he was just trying to be nice and offer some <hes> little advice but he said it's great looks awesome but man there too many commercial breaks in like that. That's how you know this how it works like we have commercials so we have commercial breaks but we're working on and even song breaks yes. He just said there's I mean there's a lot of breaks. Some people think when we play a song it's like a commercial to them because they just want to talk the whole time right there like why are you going away for break. I'm like that's Luke. Comb break yeah yeah. That's me playing a song. Mike Sciences on Serious Mike Signs. Hey man what's up dude. Hey you're on the post. Show pre show ooh favorite just so you know you're being you're on right now so a couple of questions one. I saw you post on twitter that you didn't make the short list for the executive producer job. Uh how well you said you invited the shortlist to hang out with. You and I think with these okay got it you. You didn't get a call saying you didn't make it like a thank you know. I didn't know that would be the professional thing to tell me no. I don't know what they're doing. Wow I'm not talking to them. They may have talked told everyone no. I didn't get anything also the professional thing I mean. You applied for a job kind of as a joke yeah yeah. That was that's the whole funny. Part is is probably didn't even take my application seriously I wrote some of the they kind of did and they sent it to me and they were like this guy serious. We can't tell if he's serious and I was like no. No that's my friend. He's being an idiot but were you being serious. No no not at all down. He loves says Jones debating. If you're a professor or a teacher <hes> yes the answer is that the question is yes. I'm both considered the same thing but why some people say professor and some people say teacher <hes> some people <hes> like to glorify it more than than a teacher <hes> <hes> but usually at the university level they call it like an assistant professor associate professor just a better title but we all do the same thing well t- to me and what is your job. <hes> I currently teach public speaking to incoming freshmen and I also work in the Student Success Center and what do they they call you..
"henry wells" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Every grocery store every restaurant where there's I want your mom your mom to have a ringtone on my cell phone which is just saying that's not a question so a q. and as I can just play. That's an anecdote. That's not a question you know as an eighty five year old woman she can get away with murder and it's a lot of moral authority that she ask why was even telling the story about the boy who wanted to know how nukes oh because we have a we have a post office address. You can send us things. I just just check the mail. <hes> a woman from Portland. Send US copies of her of her books are very funny books. Apparently <hes> it's a collection of Zine seen some nebulous several issues of her zine. If you're if you're interested in like this one is about the local grocery department apartments Fred Meyer so I'm going to be checking that out. Also somebody sent us these clocks here she three D. printed which are a moebius strip. Yes this time is a flat circle and you can see that on these. I guess the idea is that after going to twelve at does not wrap around a one but it goes around to the back of the Moebius Strip and starts counting from thirteen fourteen fifteen all the way to twenty four and I don't know what you'd have to hang the clocks where you could see it from both sides. I feel like the person should have sent cents a little bit of instruction about how they wanted us to use. We each get one which is nice yet but we we. We've talked talked about them. Now a little bit and we're confused about exactly how it's meant I think if you hang a similar where you can see both sides just have to spend the first twelve hours of the day on this side of your room and then at noon you you walk around together. Southern where you can see the back of the moebius strip where the numbers thirteen through twenty four are are posted. If you are going to send us a gift. Please do not have that gift require that if you if you send us a four dimensional get please. John is not want any non euclidian gift. Just have the gift be a nice thing and not a thing that has to make you move to the other side of the I don't want to have to go. This gift obligates me to be over there now but when you have thought of these artifacts you may send them to us at this this project pillbox five five seven four four shoreline. Washington ninety one five five future links from our vantage point in your distant past. We I have no idea how long our civilization survived but surely it will collapse partly in response to some futures markets. That's goes awry. Oy or that. Kid actually getting the bomb right the kid might get the bomb he might have from the lady from Pakistan may explain it to him in great enough detail that he goes and finds security that gold and creates eighty prints of all gold bomb bomb medicated balm anyway <hes> we hope and pray that the gold bomb never goes off but if the worst comes soon this recording like all our recording maybe our final word also <unk> are recordings are solid gold so yeah. We're going to put him on a solid gold record. It'll be the last minute accused and leave them. Very providence allows future tailings. We hope to be back with you soon. For another entry in Neelum for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows what do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where did they go right. And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre graffiti. Listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.
"henry wells" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"You know you in your your wealth depends entirely on you keeping cold awhile you've got to irradiate the gold like Goldfinger does in Fort Knox. That's genius. That was pretty smart Goldfinger. He's a smart guy I mean he's always painting people with gold which maybe is not smart as like he needed that goal. You can't corn on the mark of Painting Ladies Goal. Now I mean what that does is create scarcity also it's to put gold leaf on something not not that much also who knows if actually buried it on her. Maybe they scraped it off. I well all you'd have to do is burn her. The gold does not burn it would melt what if she doesn't want to be cremated but she's dead. She has no right to Dr who you are dead especially if you do not cremate notice on her living well if your body is in the hands of a bond villain you're you're you don't and have a lot of rights anyway back to Kasuga and Siegel. Did they pay anyone with onions who don't think the I think the historical record is silent nine one on that but they tried to corner the onion market and here's how they did it. They started buying onions. Yeah that makes sense. That's exactly what I would do shoes and you know they go around. Saying things like <hes> onions are delicious yeah. I want onions fans looking more that happened later so onions were onions kind of started the year at about two dollars and fifty cents a Bushel. uh-huh onions are sold in bags. Not Bushels is true at the time I is it like kind of flour sack sized bag of onions two dollars. That's good deal two and a half dollars a Bush well. This is nineteen fifty something dollars right and they buy up onions and they buy up onion futures to the to the point that they at one point control almost the entire supply of onions they own thirty million pounds of onion. They could turn off the onion faucet awesome at any time that's forcing Americans to eat even blander food than they were already eating in the fifties. That's right you couldn't make onion rings. You couldn't make I mean half of the Chinese food I he seems like it's three quarters onions. You order like chicken with vegetables and it's like a bunch of half cook on INS in some some green onions onions and a lot of stuff and I've become aware of this because because my kids don't like onions onion powder goes in a lot of things what are some things that onions are in <hes> soups. They're on every cheeseburger chicken Potpie Burgers <unk>. Sometimes sandwiches have them it turns out onions are a major major food and it depends on whether you call them a food or a condiment that that will that will oh come up later in the story. Oh Yeah on a hot dog you actually would use them as a condiment. Well you mean onion Sauna Burger. I think the Monroe I think of them as a recipe ingredient reading. I'M GONNA vote food here. Just you know advances futures market for what I'M GONNA call onions but what Siegel and Kasuga did was then they went to onion growers. Here's who still had some onions on the vine and onions crime is almost certain onions crushed right on the vine is just a youth. It's IT'S A it's a term of art in the ground. It's like news on the ground. They said listen we're going to flood the market with onions literally crashing the price of onions onions unless you onion growers by back these onions what do tender Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong? Where'd they go right and how can so you start your own iconic business? Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART PODCAST BIZARRE AFFI I'm a former Tech EXEC turned serial entrepreneur turned T._v. and radio host and over the course of.
"henry wells" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
"Do tender. Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo having common. They're all iconic. Businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where did they go right. And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants is to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana very host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre affi. I'm a former tech. EXEC turned serial entrepreneur turned T._v. and radio host and over the course of my career I've interacted with interviewed and reported on thousands of businesses. I've seen bright. Beginnings fizzled out and rocky starts that turned into shining stars so join me and my producer new Guy Nick as we dive into the decisions that led to greatness and the regular people who were able to Spin Straw into gold bizarre affi. We'll have new episodes each week. Listen end subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.
"henry wells" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"In New York just exposed to so much professional sports. You know really thinking about college athletics that much <hes> but I got into coach as I got into college started thinking more about man. I really Kinda see the thing see the game differently than my teammates. I understand everything. My coach says the very first time he says it. I can go do it either only of the opposition to Florida. He's told maybe can't can't do it as well as a seven footer but I can do that too. I can go you know what I mean. <hes> so also thought the game <hes> likely coach and and I really hoped that I would play. It'd be perfectly honest. <hes> you know for four years and they didn't pan out at opportunity. Maybe to go to Belgium right after my see the <HES>. I had some knee issues. Kinda slow me down but the truth is it just wasn't a pro basketball player who so gotten a coaching on the vice so again. Both of my colleagues coaches called me. I threw out of town of data will myself that I didn't have great professional plane opportunities and said. Hey Man we think he could do this. It's not an coach them and they helped me get on as a graduate assistant with Larry Davis <hes> at Furman University Larry's most recently the associated coach at Cincinnati. Yeah Larry Larry's lays. There's kind of crazy person like a good way. I mean we're excited. He's got a lot of relationships Jason ships. He makes guys better but I learned so much from him about the grind that is college basketball coaches <hes> in fact who and threatened to fire me in my interview <hes> I'm not saying today I got the job during the interview threatened to five so he set the tone. This is how this is going to be and you're he's GonNa do it or not and you're GONNA learn a lot if you do it the right way or you're not going to be here so <hes> this this harsh. Smith I worked with six six different guys. I believe they all do it differently. <hes> they've allies of success. What did you tender. Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded ended by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where did they go right. And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre geography. I'm a former. Tech EXEC turned serial entrepreneur turned T._v. And radio host and.
"henry wells" Discussed on WWL
"You have to stay away from that stuff. Another tax comes in. So avoid sugary sodas or sweet tea, and that's something else. Sweet tea, it seems as though that was only at one or two country themed restaurants now everybody gives you a choice of sweet, tea or regular tea. One or two of those a day is bad. Is it all about moderation? Or would it be better to just avoid completely? I recommend staying away from sweet tea completely for a couple of reasons. One. You don't know how much sugar is in there or how much high fructose corn syrup because McDonalds is gonna make sweet tea different from, you know, barbecue place or whatever. So I would say the concentration varies, but it's it's very very sweet. It's extremely high in calories. It's it's what we call an energy dense nutrient poor beverage. I know it tastes good. It's delicious. But we really have to just avoid it completely. I got my opinion. I got one from a fast food place one time, and I couldn't drink it. It was like syrup. That's how is. And it's hard to imagine that somebody could sit there and just drink a twenty ounce serving of that stuff and not have to wash it down with some water. Sixty seconds left. Henry we've been talking about what to avoid besides water anything else that that would maybe be a good thing to drink. Well, we always recommend especially for children milk is is very nutritious. And doesn't have a whole lot of shows. They still has some in it. But it's natural sugar that that's really about water and milk. Yeah. Yeah. Acres Mark every now and then Henry well couldn't hurt. Can't it can't hurt. Exactly in moderation moderation. Of course. I appreciate your time. Right. It's my pleasure. You have a good day. Henry NAS assistant research professor and nutritional scientists at the LSU health New Orleans school of medicine. We'll talk about this. We come back. Do you think this is the government's? Roll it all in this. Or is this just what people want to do? And let them do it. Somebody texted in and said, they should hey this is dangerous as cigarettes, and they should have a warning on everything that has sugar in it like they do cigarettes.
"henry wells" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Two of them. Tomorrow two of them Wednesday. And then we'll be down to sixty four teams to kick off March madness. And the big dance on Thursday right now back in the day on the day this day the eighteenth day of March one hundred sixty nine years ago in eighteen fifty Henry wells and William Fargo founded a shipping company called American Express. Exactly two years later in eighteen fifty two they organized a coast to coast express business in Bank and named it after themselves. You probably heard of it, William and Henry's coast to coast express business in Bank. Wells Fargo twenty five years ago in nineteen Ninety-four four guns twenty-five boxes of ammo were confiscated from Kurt cobaine after his wife. Courtney love called police fearing that he was going to commit suicide. They either did not find all of the guns or he managed to get his hands on a shotgun. After that. Because he blew his head off three weeks later twenty five years ago today in nineteen ninety four one of the classic motion pictures, ever naked gun thirty three and a third. The final insult was released. Starring two of our finest Americans OJ Simpson and Anna Nicole Smith, and it was ten years ago today in two thousand nine Liam Neeson's wife. Actress Natasha Richardson died after getting a head injury while skiing in Quebec birthdays today include. One Charley pride. Adam. That's the underwater version hard to find that Charley pride, of course. The prototype.
"henry wells" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"A homicide. Just south of downtown. Overnight department spokesman says it started just before midnight after a rear end crash. The driver of one car took off on foot and was chased by a passenger in the other a fight happened in the twenty one hundred block of Aldridge avenue, south and officers arrived to find a man in grave condition. He was later pronounced dead at HCC MCI one person was interviewed and released. Anyone with information should contact police? It's not clear how the man died or what led to the crash Sloan Martin? WCTC L television station reporting that the Wisconsin man charged in the kidnapping of year. Thirteen-year-old Jamie class says in a letter from jail that he plans to plead guilty Jake Patterson replied to a letter from Caroline reporter Lura goose in which he says that he didn't want Jamie's family to quote, worry about a trial station reports that the letter was folded paper airplane and begins with the quote, high actually send this Patterson, of course, also charged with Jamie, the killing of Jamie's parents in the Tobin tax at the family's western Wisconsin home reduced by the way will join Corey Kapela with more on this coming up at ten ten this morning a guilty plea from any Eden prairie man who pulled a gun while arguing with a group of teenagers. At McDonald fifty five year old Lloyd Johnson pleaded guilty to one felony charge of terroristic threats last November Johnson began arguing with a group of teenagers inside of an Eden. Prairie mcdonalds. A cell phone video captured the exchange. In his guilty. Plea Johnson and mid it. He pulled a semiautomatic handgun from his jacket had held at at his side. He'll be sentenced in April. He's expected to receive jail time and probation. Adam Carter WC CO the seventy fifth. Minnesota boys hockey state tournament entering semi final Friday. Just a couple of hours following four close quarterfinal games in the large school class. There was plenty of relief. When Jack Johnson scored late in the third overtime to give Eden prairie three two win over lakeville south in the class to a quarterfinals had the game remained deadlocked after three extra sessions. It would have been suspended until today to allow the rest of yesterday's games to go on a scheduled instead Jensen got it passed south goaltender Henry wells who sixty three saves were too short of the tournament record Eden prairie is in the semi finals against blamed who'd be white bear lake four to two topped ranked. He Dina got by had forwarded to and the Hornets place. Saint Thomas academy who edged Duluth east three.
"henry wells" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"It's li- Henry. Well, please March straight in here. I want a work with you. Yes. Boy, am I wore. Now Henry I haven't the least bit of sympathy for you. When you bring Henry, a nice, warm, blessed milk. I get their mother mother. Why didn't really do our driveway because they're your father sent him away? And Henry y you couldn't do a simple ordinary job that your father can do in ten minutes is beyond me father's going to clean the driveway. Yes. The Justice soon as he gets back from wherever he disappeared to boy. And when he finds out that you were clearing MRs Hopkins driveway. He's going to be simply fury. You heard about that? Yes. The your ad Harriet. Saw you mother let me explain why did it here? I know why. And someday, you'll learn that money isn't everything. But that's just it. We didn't get any money. What my SIS Hopkins wanted the five fifty for the laundry. Man, Henry, I don't understand a word of this was all we got out of it. We're to coax and a glass of ginger ale. Flack Henry, gee, I don't know whether I've even got enough strength to swallow. They did you hear a crash outside. A few minutes ago, a Cray, no positive. I heard something who did that must be your father. Yes. Henry now, are you gonna get it? Mary your father sounds as though he could use a glass of hotmail to rather just when he's going to marry please get it goodness. I might as well be an outsider in this. I see your home Henrik. Yes. Father and father as soon as my mittens though out. I'm going to get started on the driveway baba Sam before you fly off the handle. Why don't you? Sam are you taking off your jacket? Father will make any happier. I won't even wait for my mittens to thaw. I'll start right now. The driveway is cleared hit is are you rolling up your sleeve? I am father. If you're worried that I haven't learned my lesson. She was I give you my work. Are you rolling your sleeves? Would you please go up to our bathroom and get something for me? You mean your razor strap? I mean, the Lindemans. No, I never remembered. Snow being heavy g father then your race oppose you run upstairs and get. Yes. Father, and I give you my word from now on I'm gonna pitch into everything. Yes. Well, now, let's not overdo it Sam. I thought you control yourself beautifully Alice. I wouldn't very well. Blame Henry when when yes. Let's suppose we just forget it ESPN. Did you do the whole driveway yourself? I had it done out by Gus God a slight additional cost. But how did he do it so quickly? He had the widest. No plow in the state what nevermind Alice, but. That fence between our driveway and Kilmer's. Yes. What would you think if we removed it and widened our driveway three feet? Now. Thank you. Bottle was immediately over. Shoveling snow and episode of the Aldridge family from February third nineteen forty nine. I'm Greg Belen, although the.
"henry wells" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"What from all reports say you're only person they offered the job to was Matt leflore on. I do I goes Matt leflore over Josh mcdaniels. I just think they were so impressed with him. And again, I think being part of the Sean McVay coaching tree right now means more than the NFL them being part of the Bill Belichick coaching tree as strange as that sounds. I think it's true, Sean McVay is I don't know who you compare them. So it's like a hot director, right? Like just pick a director. That's. Early thirties. That's just a phenomenal director all all sorts of talent. And if you worked on his movie set while, you know, just through the process of osmosis, you should be a good director too. I don't Sean McVay hasn't won a playoff game yet. No. And I don't think he's gonna win Sunday either the Cowboys could upset them, but it just seems like Shaw McVeigh's that really hot commodity. If you've even just shaking, the great McVeigh's. And then you're going to be held a coach as we've seen it does not work that wasn't always worth as by. Evidence by bell coaching tree. We've we agree bell. Check by far and away the best in NFL his corners have done deadly is trees dying. It's not a good tree. Andy Reed's coaching tree. Who's I think Andy Reid? You can make the case is the second best coach in the NFL. Although there's other coaches besides bell. Check that have one Super Bowls Reed has not won a Super Bowl, but his coaching tree is bountiful. Yes know, and that's why Eric by enemy who's the offense coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs. That's another name that I would have liked to see gone to Green Bay just seems like you take the offense coordinator under Andy Reid ship them away somewhere else. And they do quite well as we saw with Matt Nagy taking the bears twelve and four not a great performance by Matt Nagy on Sunday in the lost the eagles. But nonetheless, he got a five and eleven team to win twelve games. Yeah. I think he did a good job coaching the team. I wouldn't say it was the most dynamic offense in the world and the bears defense really carried quarterback, but football focused, by the way. The ten best players on the bears are all on defense that. So like more talent often Nagy did it with a lot of tricks. I told you I don't think I never thought Trubisky was just okay. But in terms of coaching and Matt leflore? Why I was curious to me because. Okay. Yeah. Maybe he didn't have the weapons on the titans. But it did seem like a pretty basic rudimentary offense pound the ball with Derrick Henry well that work late. And again a lot of Packers. Support people Cousy who we had on before the patriots Packers game. The Packers fans what they always wanted them to do more of which they got away from was using two running backs and then throwing off the two running backs, which I think is a as a great concept because it kind of can can get the defense of sorts and McCarthy stopped doing that. Mccarthy used to throw off a three Bax in the backfield. If you look back to the patriots Packers game in two thousand fourteen you'll see some really creative offensive sets by the Packers, which they just stopped running the last several years. So I think if he does that that that's going to be a good thing. And in a lot of Packers fans want to at least somewhat create a running game. Now, they don't have Derrick Henry, but they've got some good backs. Some talent on the offensive line. And it always seems to be hurt. Everybody on the team always seems to be hurt by the way. We've heard that Aaron Rogers in week one in that game against Chicago Bears. We came back after hurting his knee it play the entire year with a with an ACL with a with a tornado Seattle, and that comes from Christians friend that used to be at barstool sports, the punter that McAfee McAfee no longer with barstools sports. He did caller on the last game of the season. The Packers in the lions Roger's got can in that game. And during the pre-game production meeting Rogers told him that he actually had suffered. They feared a torn ACN. Okay. But again, he wasn't himself this year. So my point being is that seems always hurt. But what do you want to see his x rays? Yes. Okay. We'll get those. We'll subpoenas on his birthday give birth certificate. You don't think he was born in notes. No, I don't know. I don't wanna see presidents with probably probably Gordon can you with Barack Obama guess so long form birth? Along get from northern California where he was born in both parents probably throw away the birth certificate, if they don't speak to them, but we don't know about coaching picks because a lot of them look, really good. And then they're not in some of them you kinda scratch your head, and they turn out to be pretty good like Frank Reich was the second choice worked out. Good for the colts. Yeah. It's I mean, we don't know until they get the job when I say yesterday was you have to look at your team, and sort of understand where you're at internally and the Packers are in a different situation than most teams don't they have right way coaches the ask Wayne right away. And they know they have an established quarterback there, which is atypical of a team that has a coaching vacancy. They usually disease usually don't have a top five quarterback. Yet doesn't have a top a most of the times it's up to quarter. Right. And now you've got you gotta get him sold on your program. You gotta fix whatever issues you have with defense. And I pointed out to you guys a lot this year. They went six nine and one they could have very easily been ten and six I mean, they weren't a lot of close games that they lost. They got robbed against Minnesota with the late hit on clay Matthews. A roughing the passer call they ended up losing an tying in overtime. They they should have won that game. Could have beat the Rams of time. Montgomery doesn't fumble. They like four or five games. Like that one or two plays. Either way. You know, maybe they're ten and six I think it's a good job for that sense. I don't think the cupboard's bare and they're gonna keep Mike Patton on as defensive coordinator. Which I kind of like because I saw the defense get better this year than it was the year before. But again that was like that. I think if you're hiring new head coach just let him do what he's saying that he would have interviewed Petten no matter where he went to be as defensive coordinator. But I'm wondering if Green Bay said part of the deal is you? Head coach, but is gonna remain as defensive coordinator. I don't think the Packers who have endless amount of money because they don't have an owner are going to be penny pitching saying, well, you know, you have a whole new coaching staff here. We've got gotta pay these guys. Anyway, I don't think that they operate like that. Yeah. I I think that it can create conflict potentially because he's not your guy. But that's besides the point in talking about Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and in the coach and all that the biggest thing is getting him on Aaron Rodgers goes the Packers go so while we hearing these reports that he wasn't going to be involved in the head coaching decision. I think that's silly. Of course that if that's the route they decided to go and that was a mistake because if he's not on board, and you can't get him excited about the head coach, then you're not going anywhere period. I mean, all he's your quarterback. And he is one of the very best players in the league. He's got to be sold on this move. That absolutely has we've heard that. Sam darnold was going to be involved in the process with the jet Sam darnold, who's a rookie. Yeah. If he's going to have a say on who's the next head coach of the jets? You would think Aaron Rodgers has it say and who the next head coach? And let's flip it to New England and say ballot. Check retired and mcdaniels at already moved on somewhere to be a head coach Tom Brady who'd be consulted a little bit like, Tom. What do you think of the situation new coordinator me or or head coach bell? Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I'm sure. Oh. Without a doubt. Why wouldn't you? Yeah. I that's why I'm saying. And I find it hard to believe that Aaron Rodgers would say, yeah. Give me Matlin flurry instead of Josh mcdaniels. We don't know. Maybe he I don't think he was involved at all these are all viable questions. I mean, I I would think now I don't know what the relationship is would mcdaniels maybe mcdaniels wasn't impressive in the interview, maybe mcdaniels. Maybe you're right. Maybe he took himself out of the running. Maybe said, you know, give them a call after you know, what I'm just going to stay here. And maybe he's got an inkling that bell. Check has two years left and he takes over after two years. But with quarterback why is that better unless he just loves it here. With the owner going brought that up he's making four million a year. It's not like he's not being well compensated. Yeah. You guys have questions about whether he's going to go somewhere else. I think it's over. He said the book is closed on new coaching. You also said he was going to be coaching the colts, ROY. Carey said he's staying here. Josh mcdaniels is a guy who likes to dangle his name out there, and then pull back I think he's just getting it over with. This is gonna come point where no one's going to take him seriously. Why waste an interview on a guy that was going through the motions? If there's one team they will the patriots. Right. They'll look at him when Belgium decides to hang up, and when is that? Belgium has done. This year is not say anything. And that's why saying again four million dollars is a lot of money to pay coordinator. It's the most of any coordinator and football stilts as much as some head coaches make I've always been the mindset thinking there's got to be something else to this is due to end just paying for a million dollars just sitting tight in. I don't know when but the problem is at some point the quarterback is going to be gone. And you'd better draft the next guy like now or the other possibility doesn't want to be head coach that could be two guys like being second in command. Absolutely some people like being vice president not president. So Tony soprano like being second in command of the mall because actually it was more profitable for him. But he says his great job here. He loves doing what he's doing. Emily may like it any he may may turn them off what happened in Denver distress. Obviously isn't as big as a head coaching job. Nope. He's getting paid four million dollars some guys just like Wade Phillips at this. Now, wait Phillips's bene- head coach several times. And actually a pretty good one. He was he was pretty successful. Buffalo denver. And with the Cowboys well over five hundred nearly six hundred percent winning percentage sixty percent winning percentage. But at this point in life again, he's seventy two so he's just content to be defensive coordinator. You don't have to deal with the media. You don't have to deal with all those questions and not worrying about where is our on certain nights where with mcdaniels you would still think he's what forty one he's like a forty hour who is like the same age as Brady with think someone of that a lot of coaching left in head coach. Right. But maybe maybe Christians, right? Maybe just very very content to be second in command. He's getting to work. Why you crediting? That I'm the one who said it, you know, you both right today. We've talked to a four, and I was dealing with. That said, yes, I said Cleveland would be if you went anywhere. But my overall take was he would go nowhere. He would stay with the patriots. Yeah. I just didn't see him leaving the Green Bay Cleveland. Both jobs are good jobs. You would think going forward that mcdaniels reason just doesn't seem like he wants? That Green Bay was a home run fit for him in terms of anywhere. He could go. I just legacy. There was a better job being offered. The head coach of the giants. Don't you patriots next year? We don't. Yeah. We don't know. But other than that. I don't see I seemed like to me the stars aligned for nobles. Where's he going to find a better quarterback than going to Green Bay? Baker Mayfield is just better than he's young. And he could be someday be good while. And there was a story in some like, local Cleveland, Ohio papers saying that Josh mcdaniels was very much up on trying to get what the coaching the Cleveland that's the second best job..
"henry wells" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Cans into pals twitter account the invitations are embossed with the three feather badge of the prince of wales at the top kensington palace understands us they understand us and they want they want us to know all the good details thank them to they have our back because this is what the invitation says his royal highness the prince of wales requests the pleasure of the company of and then your name is calligraphy in classic okay at the marriage of his royal highness prince henry wells with ms meghan markle saint george's chapel windsor castle on saturday nineteenth may two thousand eighteen at twelve noon followed by reception at windsor castle it's a lovely and of course queen elizabeth is hosting net and then only two hundred lucky guests are invited to the after party after the luncheon yes at all six hundred or going to the luncheon and then the two hundred get to go to the reception afterwards yes check our mail did we check our meal yeah all right listen we come back we're going to talk with a mom who has been living at the ronald mcdonald house and find out with the story is with her kid her family situation we come back brady asli on jason and alexis posted another picture of her demonic baby doll army there's one that looks like his wing way it was actually is the nipple of the bottle next to it i'm pretty convinced that at least seven of these are possessed the one at the bottom looks like you put it in the microwave it's like it's been baked in an oven we'll somebody's people's were really well loved some child had a lot of joy playing with that little baby and taking care of that baby rabbits waddling meeting it but the becker fai ceremonies bringing you everything entertainment jason.
"henry wells" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We go out east to new england today to set furred vermont thetford maybe they say h two f r d i got a wicked vermont proposition two thousand six hundred and seventeen it goes back to seventeen sixty one a royal charter which king george the third of england issued in order for this town to be formed it is on the eastern section of vermont and we bring it up today because it is the birthplace of a man named henry wells does this name mean anything to you henry well henry wells it means absolutely nothing to me well let me continue henry wells and business partner by the name of william fargo on this day in eighteen fifty two founded the pony wells fargo and company right they've the other partner business partners went in but it was on this date hundred and sixty six years ago that henry wells and william fargo formed the wells fargo company fargo company that jan that's what a spawned the song the wells fargo wagon in the music man you know that song don't you do i do you don't think so why do we know it i've seen music man one hundred times yeah oh ho the wells fargo wagon is a common down the street oh please that it'd be for me yeah yeah second it's a little chilly in thetford this morning we have a sunny skies and eight degrees fahrenheit only eight it had an overnight low of two they're wicked cold it's wicked cold i guess after all those nor'easter storms they had that nor'easter terrible the broaden all that cold air now but it is sunny and eight in thetford anybody complaining about our weather think about that what they've had on the eastern.
"henry wells" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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