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"herbie" Discussed on KTRH
"And I met my husband when I was seventeen still in high school I had a boyfriend when I was sixteen and we broke up and I was heartbroken my first boyfriend ever end so that first love always you know is painful when it breaks up and it usually does anyway so I go to look for a job and it was at the beach and I and I signed a job advertised in the newspaper that they were looking for a babysitter I applied for the job NGS the lady interviewed me and get me the job to be the babysitter for her two boys and she was expecting a third and she needed help and she I lived at the beach in the summer managing that package that rented rooms to vacationers so she needed to help her with the kids I was in turns out that that lady what is my husband's sister and came to the beach to visit his sister and met baby sitter well what happened was my future sister in law ended up being the baby sitter with her husband when he came on weekends while Herbie and I went out they stayed home in baby steps and so I don't know how well that went over but that's what happened anyway the relationship continued for about four months and we also got me a job I'm the only one allowed to calling her B. it's a family his family costume Herbie Rangers it's her but it turns out.
Ex-mayor who quit after criticizing Trump dies in crash
"The sacrament of the reports that the former mayor of a northern California city who stepped down after he harshly criticized president trump and his supporters died Saturday in a plane crash officials told the the doctor bill Kirby who was the mayor of Auburn died in the crash Saturday morning here at the Auburn municipal airport Herbie criticized Mr trump's response to the growing virus pandemic and compared the president's supporters to KKK
"herbie" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Is My conversation with Herbie Irby. Welcome to the special edition of Happier called your last decade. Welcome thanks for having me Jaime. It's such a privilege to be with you and certainly I know the staff. That lifeline loves listening to happy hour and loves just hearing you been grateful to be able to get to hear you speak so many times. In God's will using you master. That is really exciting. And just shout out to all of the ladies that Lifeline Dylan to the happy hour. They Hughes thank you. Thank you okay. So how we can have lifeline. Tell us a little bit about what you do. And how long have you been doing it and your family and all that Jazz? Yeah so again. My Name's Herbie Newell. And I've been the president and executive director lifeline for almost seventeen years seventeen years in. May of this year and the Lord has allowed me to be to see Just some tremendous things that he's been able to accomplish from you know being able to work in twenty five different countries to expanding its fourteen different states and really the crux of what we do is in our mission statement which is to equip the body of Christ to manifest the Glorious Gospel to Orphans. Inviolable children around the world so however we can equip the church to care for. Finns is really what we're going to hunker in and do and so if that's foster care if that's caring for single women going to crisis pregnancies if that's do adoption if that sue life skills and job skills of orphans around the world are equipping the global church to care for orphans. That's what we're all about and that's what we do. I love that it feels like a very large umbrella if I might say. You're like yeah store in my life. I'm leading a very large umbrella and I have a lot of questions but I tell me about your family. Real quick yeah so I have great opportunity of having my wife Ashley and we will have been married. Nineteen years this year. And we've been blessed with three children. We have caleb who's fifteen and learning to drive here in Alabama and so he will be sixteen this year as well and so I will have a driver and then I have a thirteen year old girl now and her name is adamant and she just turned thirteen and she's precious. But I know that I'm in for it with having teenage girl. I've heard that and then we have a ten year old little girl. That is the party of our house. she is the one that has absolutely no inhibitions and she keeps US laughing all the time. I love that so much. Okay so if my math is right ten years ago you had your child your parenting two kids. And you had been at lifeline for like seven years am I right. That's right exactly. Okay so tell me what your life look like in two dozen ten just summed up a little bit. But I know there's more ten years ago if you're looking back and you know I think we can see a lot of what our life looks like better looking back than when we're living in the moment so looking back to two dozen ten what was going on in your world going your live. What was going on at Lifeline? I would imagine that you guys have shifted and changed a lot over the past ten years and so tell me about that. Yes in the beginning of this decade. We actually were in a little dilapidated house off of highway. Two Eighty in Birmingham. Alabama is the only bricks and mortar office that we had at the time we had four rooms in this house. We shared it with another ministry in a kid. You not. It's hard to look back in the believes this. We had thirty two people working in Florida for rooms and so there were people literally with laptops in their lap sitting on the floor. We had absolutely just you know. We're pushing the walls at this house and we were just ready to move into a new building. Which would bring all thirty two people into a building that was more appropriate for size in as well. We were starting to see some growth into the state of Georgia. It was one of the first states that that we really felt that Laura's leading us into so it totally late things with completely different now. We have one hundred sixty. One staff members spread across fourteen states. We have in a fourteen bricks and mortar offices where people are going into every day. We have folks. They're working remotely so looking back ten years it's almost laughable to think of where we were but you know what I think is encouraging is I see how the Lord was working in that moment just as clearly as he was working in this moment in even reflecting back in thinking back. It reminds me that it doesn't matter what station were at. It doesn't matter our age doesn't matter what we think we have around us. You know the Lord is always working in doing things in the minute in the big in the small and the seemingly insignificant in. That's just been a great blessing of being able to think back to two thousand ten. I love that because I bet I'm GONNA guess I don't WanNa put words in your mouth and I want you to speak for yourself. But in two thousand ten you had to been wondering how are we gonNA keep work? How is this ever? GonNa do anything. How are we GONNA do this? This feels like not the best scenario for thirty two people to be working in for rooms and so it's interesting as we look back and we can see like man that was really hard but you had no idea what the next ten years was gonNA hold and you had no idea that fourteen states would be in two thousand twenty and so to me. It just makes me think of the people who are listening who feel a little bit like this cannot be how this is going to work out you know and so speak to your two thousand and ten south like what. What would you tell yourself then about? What you know is going to happen with lifeline with your ministry and you and your wife over the next ten years. I would look back at urban renewal and twenty ten and say brother first of all be content where you are and cultivate the folks around you the people around you and truly blossom where you're planted you know. I look back in by God's sovereignty not because of anything that I did but because of his complete sovereignty. He used that thirty to that group of thirty two people. He molded them together to become the core of what he would new. Yan- years later but at that time I didn't I didn't realize I was just thinking more of get these people more space you know. We're we're barely able to make payroll or Able to pay the meagre rid at this house and yet I've got to get them somewhere else and I was thinking all about the future. As opposed to being present in the moment in disabling those people will leading those people. Well loving on them well wrapping around them. Well that even at midst you know. My lack of leadership assaulted lured. Do something absolutely amazing because the majority of that core thirty to ten years ago are still with us today. That's what really Kinda neat and you look back and go. What and even some of those that over the last decade have have maybe gone away for a season because of children or because of life circumstances many of them have come back and they make a huge piece of who we are today as a ministry because they knew the intimacy of being together in four rooms. They knew the struggle of working hard and not taking for granted all the things that Lord is giving us not take for granted the resources and so I think the biggest reason thing I'd look back and just tell myself ten years ago is absolutely. Enjoy the moment that you're in you know. Make the most of the people around you in that moment. Entrust the Lord that he'll take care of the rest let's get. I think that's a really good wordpress right now. Two Thousand Twenty Harvey who as trying to tell ourselves do enjoy the moment because it's not enjoyable for a lot of people For very real reason there is a very difficult time for a lot of people Okay so you listed and I know this just from reading your bio. Is that you guys lifeline. Children's services is not just what you would typically think maybe like an adoption agency. That's not it at all And so can you tell me how it has changed in ten years over all of the different areas that you guys are working and I'd never heard mission statement before and I love it because it's this huge umbrella of whatever we can do to care for orphans and vulnerable and widow. That's what we're GONNA do. And that's like what the church is supposed to do. So tell me that changes that have happened in ten years under your ministry under your leadership. Yeah so you know in a lot of ways Going back to the future in a sense we were founded in eighty one with this whole idea that we were going to disciple women going through crisis pregnancies. That we're GONNA wrap around them and it was never about adoption and putting these children families. It was all about ministering to these women. We grew out of a crisis pregnancy network in a love crisis pregnancy centers. My wife was the director of win and did great work through that and we prayed for that and supported at but back in the eighties. You know these crisis. Pregnancy centers were really more evangelism specific. They share the Gospel. They give a pregnancy test and they would plead with a woman not to have abortion lifeline. Came around to say. How do we want these women through their journey? No matter what they decide. How do we care for them in love them throughout their pregnancy and then give them the resources they need? You know in in twenty twenty now. That's what a lot of the crisis. Pregnancy centers are doing holistically and so our ministry kind of morphed more into the adoption side of being adoption specific provider. And so. That's what I've found in two thousand and three but but being a student of God's Word I kept going back to God's word and I kept realizing that yes adoption was a beautiful piece of God's word but it really wasn't the crux of the commandment that God gave to his people. It was so much deeper so much more intimate and it really was for God's people you are to care for the vulnerable around you. The orphan the widow the stranger in the alien and by so doing you still migration you show. Gospel in you show my love and my justice mercy and so looking at passages like the book of Ruth and seeing what Boaz does for Ruth and how he loves on her and he speaks kindly to her and he cares for her. He provides for her most vulnerable position her most Vulnerable Place Studying James Twenty seven. Which is a word that a lot of we like to use an adoption circles in realizing that word was so deep when you study it through. God's scripture and it's got actually coming to the vulnerable in saying I care for you wherever you are however I can do that so the Lord and that really happened in twenty ten started opener is to say. Vulnerable families need to be advocated for just as much as one of the children because if we can advocate for vulnerable families and help them find purpose and significance and wholeness than those children will no longer be vulnerable if we can really wrap around churches around the world to have them care for orphans in their distress and we don't have to send all of these mission teams from the US to go for one week in care for a child in an orphanage or in a slum village we can instead the equipping our brothers and sisters to do this work holistically because they'll be there seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year and so that's really where I've seen the mission of of Lifeline. Change even to the point that now we are seeing indigenous believers adopt domestically in their own countries and it brings me much joy to see indigenous believers wrapping around fostering caring for in adopting children as any international adoption brings me joy. Yeah I am a big fan of that and we'll talk about your book that came out actually this year the beginning of this year and one of the reasons. I loved it so.
Dog Stolen in DC Reunited With Owner
"Now it has a happy ending after an unusual string of events in southeast Washington stolen bulldog has been reunited with his owner Harvey is back home the four year old English bulldog was stolen from his owner's apartment in Navy Yard early Friday morning and police say the suspect went into the man's apartment grab the keys to his two thousand four Honda in his dog he then went to the parking garage and took off in the man's car Herbie's owner turned to face book to help find is pop in Sunday they were reunited please also from the car please do have a photo of the suspect but no word on whether any charges will be
"herbie" Discussed on The Critical Path
"And Yeah test drive the docking king stations. I mean that's the thing is that you know with the Max that we have today and and and you know they have essentially only one port and that's the a four parts of the same kind I should say which are the USB C.? Which means that you really have to think through your accessory and your are your docking solution? And that's how Approaching this kind of helping you architect that in design it and make sure that you are satisfied. You're not going to be going back and forth to the store trying to try new things and figuring all you know trial and the Airways and so. That's that that to me is the is the way forward with with the MAC back to our conversation about apple and the quarter so so a few notes notes. Then I've a quarter. Yeah go ahead question. Well Yeah quick. Quick question for you in terms of two has been talking about help help for a little while. Now we've touched on it and with the new air pods pro coming out. Are there any enhanced ext health capabilities that might be built into that. One obvious thing would be temperature because you have essentially early in the year products and in years you know is very close to core temperature if you can measure it. That's how that's how thermometer you know Work and so you need an infrared sensor to get very accurate body temperature that that was discussed as having something that could be on the watch but I think the risk temperatures nowhere near and you're gonNA have a lot of noise with you. Hold it near your ear. It's it's pretty close. Yeah but the thing is. Here's the thing about air pods. Pro is add. They're they're the first product that's actually in your body that is from apple all inside. What's that will the airports in your body? Not as much as these. These okay fair enough but these are these are designed to be you know just just projecting into your cranium and and also listening inside your cranium with with a four four four for detecting seal and making sure you have perfect sound canceling going. Hang on and I think that there's they're much much more intrusive. In my opinion I wear I wear a have been wearing the eighty two kinds of air pods obviously the apple ones but also when I was traveling when I fly I have the bose. QC range of products. I've had them for years. And and they feel much more intimate they all the mind much more isolating and they do seal the canal which feels different completely different to me so so anyway but having said that I think the intimacy the the the The notion that you can wear these and they provide a screen gene between you and the world is is is fascinating on on auditory screen but nonetheless and when you when you you get used to having sound canceling and sound enhancing going on you realize the nature of the product and more so than any other product. I think these is are very much by onyx and Steve Crandall said that You know he wrote a blog post saying this is actually the first augmented reality product from apple and and it is augmented reality in the sense by. But it's audio reality and I'm I think it's something that that It interferes ears with with the world. It interferes with what you what you hear as much as Oculus infused with what you see and and so I and it's it's not in a spot as a screen would be but it is all the time everywhere you are in. That's that's a very powerful the thing and we discount very much I think the audio sound scape and the audio world that we live in which which to me is very important. I like I said head I am I. I don't know if I did say this. Actually I should say this that I carry in my bag. Four different heads headphones or headsets. Now actually tree I have two sets of air pods this without the pro being present the the I had to air pods because I had one pairs of backup. I have to kind of in your headphones. This is the the as I said the. QC from from From bows because I wanted to have a wired pair and then wireless pair of wired pair was sort of a backup it also has the the two point five millimeter Jack And also the the the the Here phones which were in your headphones sound canceling canceling sound enhancing wireless but with the requiring a neck and neck Caller with with the battery battery and `Electronic Senate that I retired that product already starting to have trouble with Some of the hardware on it so I retired and I swapped to a second. QC pair so I for me the audio so important that I'm actually not just recreating redundant a backup for my main headphones. But actually I have three backups for different contexts in the air on the ground and heads down work or not and so when when this product came out when these pro air pods came out it would replace for me the the The the bose headsets. Obviously clearing up some space clearing up some weight but also but also I would probably have to because I would just just so much depend on them that I would probably want to have a backup. Also those who say well you can't use in-flight entertainment with them. Well there's there's there's these handles can get which are Bluetooth transmitters that once you plug them into any audio jack they will impair impair. Your phones your air to them. Then you can use them in an airplane to listen to the in-flight entertainment or anything else. Who Stereo System at home does it have Bluetooth of two if you WANNA even plug it into your pc if you wanted to listen to something on it etc so not to say Fees Have Bluetooth? Of course they they do but But if he was a piece of hardware that didn't just just to get you the sense of how important to me personally. The audio space is and how also interesting that might be with even while using them on micro mobility because you would end up with some noise canceling of course I have to be cautious not to violate any laws by wearing headphones. While writing depends on the where you are right. But there's that whole transparency mode yet but tell that to the cop in the over or tell it to the judge. Hey you know I know the law says I can't wear headphones but look these special headphones. I believe you know. Well Yeah. Obviously I would say that. They're fine but then you know it's tough when the laws don't keep up with that they could sell a wig to cover up your ears then so so you wouldn't get pulled over problems or make them flesh-colored right. So that's the sort of this soundscape question and the importance of something like that. And again it's the mundane stuff that turns out to be really good really important. In retrospect now when it launches you don't feel it even even one using it for years you don't feel it when you look back and say holy cow that was such a such a pivotal moment when we went from a world where people people didn't have stuff stuck in there years. All the time is a possibility that there is a possibility that will be you now will evolve into creatures. That will always have stuff in their years. And they'll be all is the right word. Well it's it's it's it's interesting. How many of these regulator PAS? We're seeing in that. We'll see how many airport pros by the way I try to buy them. And the reason I don't have them yet so I tried to buy within three times already. They're not in the shops here in Finland because they sell out instantly the the ship comes in the morning. They're gone like an hour later. I think there's a way to maybe put your name down for it but we don't have a proper apple store we've got a resellers and we've got good stores but they're not apple stores so I haven't quite cracked act. Not Usually I ended up buying them. I go back to the states which I will do so in another few days so but I'm very keen on those products and what I end up doing is passing the older models down to you know to hand me downs to family members who are very very keen to get even you know the original air pods and and then I'm happy that there's there's someone who can use them but yeah. The new ones are really cool. So by the way is I speak to you. I am wearing regular air pod in here and I'm wearing a headset or traditional headphones and on the other year which are monitors for the microphone. I'm using so so that's kind of the rig I have right now but we're eating eating the dog food man. We're living living the life here of audio products absolutely pure the things things that I wanted to touch on and you know. We don't have a ton of time left but another news item that was announced with a little bit of fanfare. There was a very ah intense stately photograph of Tim. Cook sitting with Gavin Newsom. The perfectly quaffed governor of the state of California. Yeah discussing apples two and a half billion dollar contribution to helping alleviate the California housing crisis two and a half billion dollars is is probably less than one percent of what they have sitting around or it's about one percent a have sitting around they should probably get most of it back. It's not From a financial financial standpoint. It's not a risk but terms of the role of a gigantic company. We've talked a little bit about this on her. You Know Company town. PODCAST as these companies start Expanding their role and their contributions directly not just through taxes and and things like that but directly into the public space the public good. That doesn't strike something that we haven't seen much of before. Okay where do I begin. I the thing about faith generally markets that they are pretty good at deciding how to allocate resources because the they have something called pricing pricing. Wonderful Instrument that tells you where where things should be going and they shouldn't now it's not perfect pricing is imperfect as as a signal. Obviously when you have have environmental issues often pricing does not cover damage to the environment because we that's absorbed by the environment until it isn't any more and by then it's too late but generally the pricing signal has been pretty good in in in other matters of of of goods manufacturer and also in terms of land historically. That's been pretty good as well as to whether whether you want to develop land or not based on its location and the the problem with the California so called housing crisis is that there's not enough of housing for people that need to live there in. That is not a problem anywhere else. And it's not that California has a lack of land that is playing when you land there if you drive as I sometimes do from San Francisco down to points South so oh for example to Monterey you can make that trip along the coastline and not encounter almost any eh houses. This is the beautiful coastline. Of course that is facing the Pacific and has mountains on one side the ocean on the other and and in one of the you know a few miles away. You have silicon valley but the part. That's long the sea is undeveloped. And and if you go to any place in the world where there's a beautiful coastline next to a major city there are tons and tons of buildings built along the shore. Go to go to Florida and try to drive anywhere on the coast from Miami North and it's it's nonstop buildings and that's that's common everywhere you know. Spain that's the same thing. And you know the Riviera era of Italy and France The question is always what I. What are the ways that California chooses to allocate land to housing versus? Let's say parking or let's say preservation. Certainly there's the value to to parking and preservation but there's probably more value to housing people. But but somehow California doesn't feel that's important enough because otherwise there would be developing going on and that's what puzzles me is that why should a corporation that then to solve what is essentially a market failure brought about from regulatory design. Is One thing I want to say. Maybe maybe we'll end up cutting this because it's so oh controversial but here's the thing when what I learned about the housing in California. It comes from a movie I watched with my I son years ago and it's an obscure movie Involving a car minutes car is is is is a Volkswagen beetle and the car's name is Herbie this is controversial it is controversial and Herbie now. The original movie was called.
"herbie" Discussed on The Critical Path
"Meaning that it is not the issue or that has a name. I'm on it so Goldman Sachs is assure. Apple is the got the branding so or co branding. But the highest non apple card is the Costco Credit Card. So and how many are there that I don't know I don't know but I've heard that that's number one. Maybe somebody can go. Look it up a I bet you can google it but if true or not but we can kind of maybe triangulate that based on the number of customers they have which I think is in one hundred million units so my guess would be three hundred million scale of customers so my guess would be you know maybe eighty percent have card from Cosco so the could be the eighty million. That'd be that'd be my complete guest on the matter just to be clear that doesn't mean that apple needs to beat that out of the gate. That's what COSCO accumulated needed since whenever they started issuing card. I'm just saying that if apple were to declare at some day that they are the largest co branded card in the world and they have probably beat eighty eighty million. That'd be my guess. Okay the next question or the next statement is that they also had the wearables business the according in quote unquote here showed explosive. Growth generated more annual revenue than two-thirds of the companies in the fortune. Five hundred. So this is the wearables. Business is now larger than two thirds. So it's in the upper third of the fortune five hundred that's just wearables. Aloun services is now the size of a fortune seventy company again. They've given these types of numbers before now services has suddenly popped into the top top one hundred. Now it's top seventy also. This is a recurring theme iphone. Customer such satisfaction. He's actually at ninety nine percent for the IPHONE. Ten Dr Tennis and ten s Max combined again. These are last year's models and they measured that or someone did add ninety nine percent also. This is important very important point because nobody knows figure in precise numbers but again relative numbers numbers. They say. They're more than five times the IPHONE trading volume that they had a year ago. This is the trade in program which is extremely important if you think about apple as a service or as is a recurring iphone as a service business so people have been saying well now that we have all these apple services shouldn't the IPHONE BE Sold as a service. So I've been saying kind of already is most people. Just come back to renew it every so often. But it's making made a lot easier when they have this this trade in Offering now by the way I'm told haven't checked directly but I've been reading that the MAC is on a trade in program as well. So so you're giving price on on a trade in when you buy a new Mac and that's that's kind of very interesting if you think about it as a as a recurring a business again. They're five times a volume. They were a year ago and the iphone trade in and this is yet another data. Point Eighty of the one hundred largest retailers in the world are choosing apple to modernize their customer customer and employee experiences across all functions of their business. It's a bit of a cryptic thing is sounds very corporate speak. Yeah but what. What that means is that they're the the retail segment? So that's that's just. The retail businesses in general are using apple products as point of sale or has back office operations platforms so so good. Also it could also mean that they're allowing the point of sale to use apple pay. Possibly I think I think probably the the the the again vague but the what but at least it can if you read the tea leaves here if you reading between the lines is. They're saying they're they're focusing right now on retail sale as one of the Biz. You know one of the enterprise segments And and that they succeeding on that segment more than in others. They might they they they also you know doing a lot with airlines so you have ipads in the flight bag of the of the pilots. You have iphones you. You being used to do point of sale on airplanes for food and other items being purchased on board. I've seen this quite a bit air pilots economic by Air Pods on airlines had noticed but very probable but this is the thing that that apple sometimes does is they you say okay. We're targeting a particular enterprise segment or enterprise Sector industry sector that we're going to use were hoping to see uptake of the Of the of the Apple Platform again. This is a very tim. Cook thing to do very different than what Steve Jobs would do. Because this is really aiming at the orifices. But but but they're declaring something of a success there in retail and all of that all these positives but I want to say that there's the elephant in the room. which is the iphone which doesn't get mentioned anywhere here? What would they did say or will we infer that? The iphone trajectory improved. But it's still declined as a business by nine percent so this is a down quarter for the IPHONE. It's an overall positive alternative quarter for because of all the other things and and it is something that does come up of course in discussion with the with the QNA and of course it's still the number one thing than analysts will talk about in. They'll count iphones even though apple. Give that information anymore and and they'll probably go to their graves counting iphones metaphorical grave. But it's it's one of these things we can't we can't ignore more but I think apple is trying to take the emphasis off the iphone as as as that has matured as a business will still see probably uptick now as far as what would drive the stock price to the new records that we're seeing whether that's optimism about the iphone phone eleven launch and the kind of potential recovery with China or. Is that really fueling. Fuelling this massive increase in apple share price or is that really the realization that there are these other businesses that are worth a lot the more than zero. We have argued in the past that that it seems that most most observers or investors would have value any any non iphone business as sort of a nice to have but not really driving them floors as the you know the old cliche moving the needle But now it is moving the needle and You should have known that by the way for years ago. Five years ago that it's going to move the needle planned accordingly but there we are But we we are seeing That potentially so so Option A it's the IPHONE. It's always been the IPHONE option B.. Well Hey it's accessory or services and and other products that are that are driving obviously growth and maybe maybe are are absorbing some of the offsetting some of the decline in the iphone third. Which is my preferred argument for why you should reprise the share price or at least a multiple is that You know it's a recurring revenue model that he's he's hardware as a service plus operas a service plus services as a service right. I mean it it. It's it's all of these things combined you should then evaluate the business as you know. Billion customer spending three hundred plus a year on on product growing at X. percent Both the spend and the the number of customers are growing. And so when you attach more and more services when you attach more and more accessory products or air pods and things like that which are essentially usually disposables there are the are the razor blade and the razor model right you have air pods and watches and you have phones and you have a AH IPADS and MACs and all these things. Some of them are more durable and some of them are more disposable and consumable. Some of them are actually completely a Digital in the form of of content and yet these are all recurring revenues. Some cycle quickly some cycle slowly. and and but when you boil it all together you have a billion satisfied customers that are gonNA come back for more and then when you start to measure the businesses. How many customers times how much revenue you need? I need the clearly. It's not logical to price at fifteen percent earnings going forward. And now it's being priced hired being priced at Twenty two trailing. I've never using forward on apple because you can't really predict that easily but assuming some growth. It's clearly still below twenty and you do have companies like Google and Amazon and Netflix and Microsoft and facebook. All these companies have higher Multiples Than Apple does even at twenty two as it is now there. It's still the lowest pe ratio of all of the tech companies. That are worth mentioning. So what is the logical limit to that number. I've always maintained that it should be closer to Microsoft because Microsoft is also recurring revenue model with software as a service and that's closer to thirty and thirty fair for Apple. Today I think it is could be even higher because you might realize that the brand is so strong and the the The number of customers that could capture actually isn't is isn't as limited to one billion as Microsoft as to one point going to one point four billion whatever it is because they're you know selling corporates And that question of how many consumers could possibly be within the apple ecosystem It could scale quite a bit further than than than than the one billion Not Not certainly not to seven even not to five but you know it could be. It could be too you know. I don't know I'm not GonNa make that guests yet but that's the that's the key question and If you though I would I would i. You know what I'm not GONNA make a price prediction on apple shares. But I don't think that appea- of twenty two is Is is outrageous at all the other thing that keeps coming back. is health health and wellness questions related to Apple Watch and the we just had another press release about the atrial deep Sorry not the atrial. Fibrillation Study Sherwood Stanford yes and the very positive results on that on the terms of accuracy. And the you know the fact that it is something you can rely on the number of by the way participants is an eye watering four. Hundred thousand people think has ever been the health study with as many participants but this comes back to one of the savings. Tim Cook has made which is breath. And I quote there will be a day in the future that we look back and apple's greatest contribution will be to people's health that is still to be one of the most profound things things that you can say it's so out there. It's so far in the future that we kind of dismiss it and discounted to zero but to think that this company's actuary three or timidly believes that it's GonNa eventually be health company and what that is worth. Well then you're you're you're you forget about your ratios. It was a near PAC's and you're all that if it is synonymous with health Then then then it's a completely different universe. I of value there so anyway very positive overall do quarter. Although again it was not a record record quarter. It seems used to be showing that there's the dip is behind us. We're looking at a at a new. A new increase in the trajectory of sales and potentially therefore therefore a new record coming up soon. Maybe it's not this year next year. Who knows because we're looking into the five G. coming next year we're looking into wearables parables not next to you? Maybe the year after that twenty twenty two and so there's a lot of positive indicators on the on the road maps and And so so yeah the. There's a new MAC which although again it's especially the pro line is super small slice of of of of the of the Apple Universe but it is the one that a lot of people who are old longtime users longtime fans. I'm sure many of them listening today. Who are big fans of the Mac and and have been just sinking their teeth into the SP- action into the the novelties? That are present or rather even the regressions that are present with the with the different keyboard. The different escape key suddenly is is is a hot item on the news. Here's by the way if there's one thing that's GonNa make me buy one of these. I'm very happy with the macbook pro. I'm looking at it right now. I'm recording on it right now. My Mac pro macbook pro is from from only about six seven months ago. Oh in in the summer. I know it's a fine product. I've never had trouble with the keyboard and I the thing that I would you know feel compelled to buy would be the The new speakers and microphone. Those are as good as I hear they are. That would change. Maybe even the way podcast. Maybe the way I listen to music because these are things that I never use the Mac for right now. Not they're not the hardware on board so so cool to see how that feels different But other I'm going to jump onto that Let's let's let's see not yet. Sixteen inches is a little bit better. Of course than fifteen and all that it's true anyway that's my that's my rap for the hell it's a hell of a rap blitz. Let's take a very quick break if we might and Speaking of the new Sixteen inch macbook pro which comes with some beautiful thunderbolt three USB sea ports. Let's listen to some pretty words from our friends over at Kensington.
"herbie" Discussed on The Critical Path
"The highest ever the additionally high sever all-time revenue for the Mac in the US revenue for the Mac in India services obviously is huge and is keeps setting setting new records in effect setting new records in all geographic segments. The the APP store itself has subdivision of services et an all time. High in terms of revenues apple care is at an all time high in terms of revenues and again this is part of services music as an all time high again part of services and cloud services which again is an apple service which is again at an all time high the search Ad Business Nice which is they've never broken out but also declared that to be at an all time high. So this is this store APP store search at business and finally payment services services which is apple pay is at an all time high so again nothing surprising about services being an all time high but they're actually breaking down by by sub segment and here who is the first time we've heard them Specify things like cloud services music APP store ads services and payment as kind of things they track and things things which are hitting new targets. Now we've talked about this before thirty million per quarter growth regardless of the size of the install base regardless of what country going into regardless of anything. That's it's been thirty million on a straight line. How much which is there? Something fishy going on. Is there something we should be thinking about something. We're missing because it just seems like it's it's rather steady. Well you might say so but in fact it's it's not the only thing that's very steady. There are the service growth is very steady. The the sure but it's not the exact amount every quarter ever true and thirty million seems a bit too perfect but it is a function of the the activity level. I assume of the APP store and the activity level of that user base which I think is fairly constant in in terms of the propensity to buy and purchase What you can track the closest thing we have is is a track of downloads which they don't give anymore but they used to give APP download and payments to developers which were actually kind of proxies for one another so now because it went from paying for four dollars to premium to subscription? We've got it became very difficult to to to count downloads as a proxy for you know with the success of the APP store but if you go back and look at the history of how that grew out how downloads downloads grew how the the payments to developers grew they were also very steadily growing at almost predictable The we didn't get a report on that every quarter we would get reports intermittently and you'd have to extrapolate the history and to see what that pattern look if you do that. You do see very steady growth so I think because the APP store tends to behave in a very steady way they then that's a function again. In all of the way people interact with their devices and the fact that you have like for example. I will bet you that if you look at your screen time. It's fairly constant. If you look at your number of unlocks on the phone you're GONNA see pretty cost rate there as well and this is on an individual basis so he certainly within the aggregate aggregate of of Of Five six people. You'll see very steady performance along all these dimensions right so the amount of use of a phone that exists in the day is very constant instant. That's the closest we have is a proxy and therefore since that activity level is probably there's an attach rate of purchases and attach rate of consumption and attach rate of subscription consumption to that behavior. I think that it's safe to assume that it's a this is a very steady business. The only suspicion actions that it should be growing little bit faster because the base is growing right a little bit every time. Yes you'd think that nobody would I but I do wonder about it when we talk about good question I mean I. I don't question it but I do think might be other things that are being traded off a a larger audience. Because we're having a hand me down. Phones passed through. Perhaps you know children or older people. It may not be as active as the early groups than than even though the base is increasing. The entity level doesn't increase recess quickly right so there's two kinds of ways to think about it that might mitigate some of the anxiety there but the the thing is what is the company what is the company indicating in terms of data wishes to surface data wishes to highlight data wishes to also not to precisely identify. But you know state as a superlative like the highest ever the the you know what what is it try to attract attention and indeed. Some of these are not useful for analysis. Because they're they're one offs. There's the first time we hear about cloud services hitting a new revenue or Maksim India hitting a new revenue record of never heard about maxine India. So how do I am. I supposed to use that information. But I'm only only showing you this to say what the company's trying to communicate through its Through its earnings calls What did he wants to highlight? And wonder how you in some ways I've tried I looked at the these this claims that these declarations and try to wonder how. How the the speech for Tim Cook was was written imagined that you know the the people who who who go through and slice and dice all the data they have and then there'll probably ask? Can you give a list of of all the things we hit records on and then they go through and pick all these spreadsheets. You know they find a the back Sims for every column or row and then Oh okay hit the highest number ever in Mac in India okay. Well let's forgive that the tendency if he wants to talk about it so or you you know whoever is helping him right. But that's one set of data. I'm just pointing out. What they say? Okay that's it. Let's but there's another set of data okay beyond all all time records. There's all time September quarter records. So here's another another twist to the story. So here's what they actually gave us for that the old time September quarter records are La Highest. GPS since September quarter ever and EPS means earnings per share. And we can get to that in the second has to do with how many shares are outstanding. which isn't constant that's shrinking there for the can be boosted? Even though earnings overall did not increase they did by the way but just not hugely operating cash highest ever sorry highest September. Ever in terms of revenue they did get all-time highest September so did grow overall but the also broke out broke it out and said it's the highest for the Americas the highest Asia Pacific the highest for IPAD Japan. That's revenue that units ipad in Japan the highest for wearables in every market tracked it so wearables and like services is just on a huge tear. And they're they're saying not only highest but I should say highest September quarter ever in wearables in every region high again for Mac in Japan as well as IPAD in Japan for the September quarter and highest September quarter for retail on lice. Online stores in all five geographic fix segments so now these are cyclical much more than than services. Because this is this is hardware. We're talking about so revenue you for ipad revenue for Mac and revenue for for for the phone. This is not on the list notice and that's important omission there but we we we. We are hearing about these interesting little. You know records being set the furthermore and this is on the the on the last twelve months because they did close out their their year other fiscal year they had the highest country annual river revenue records for the US US Canada Brazil UK. Germany France Italy Poland Korea Malaysia Philippines. And the at Phnom Okay follow the countries in the world the highlight. He's because they're the ones that they had the highest annual revenue records now they didn't get the highest global revenue record in the last twelve months because it isn't it wasn't a record year for them but in some regions they did so again. It's Cherry picking it's picking all the all the highest in little segments and this and that and this is what they chose to communicate market China and what we can ignore them and listen only to China will listen the only to trump and listen only to to to the chatter from analysts. or You can listen to the company says and this is what they choose to highlight. Okay you can. You can discount as as as you wish. There's a few more things. Though which aren't really highest in in those two categories of either yearly yearly quarterly or all time and and so. So here's here's that list. The highest annual revenue record for the business now it is an annual record but overall they said it wasn't that quarter but for the whole year apple did impacted the best ever interesting interesting. Given the fact that the MAC MAC pro fifteen hours a Mac pro sixteen the capitoline. Mac Laptop is now bigger. And that's GONNA boost use them. Sure boost this quarter's revenue quite a bit. Three quarters of his imputing. Few more data point three quarters of Apple Watch buyers are new to Apple Watch. This is the first time this data the point has been given usually they talk about the Mac saying half of all MAC buyers are new to the Mac so that means that the half the businesses replacement placement and half the businesses new sales very important. Is that high because what that implies that the base is growing. And they haven't given us for this specific Mac Mac conveys number nor have they given a specific watch base number. But now they're saying that three quarters so one quarters replacement that is significant. That doesn't mean that those watches are discarded. The probably being passed on. I just gave an older watched my son and he finally gave up his jen. One an apple watch which still worked fine by the way this is. This is the watch from cash. How long has it been five years? that they launched the yeah. Yeah and so. He's had that watch since since the beginning and it still works. We're just retiring it for putting another shelf. It should frame it fine watch well we might but then if I trained all my old apple devices I wouldn't have any wall space time to expand you know exactly by Newhouse House Apple Card. The next the next data point controversy applecart Controversial Apple Card. I don't think it's controversial. Frankly but it is. There are questions about its Its algorithms although against not apples algorithms. It's it's Google I mean it's Goldman's Goldman Sachs Algorithm but it's getting tarred and feathered nonetheless but apple cart. According to apple is the most successful launch of a credit card in the United States. Ever this is again something thing they declared on the conference call the most successful launch of a credit card. Don't know again who's number two. I don't know what that means. Is that ten million. Is that one million. I have no idea but My understanding is the most successful branded credit card to the world..
Melby, Herbie And Cole discussed on Jared and Katie
"Because Melby had to go to the hospital for eyeball herpes. Oh, god. Oh, hearing it makes me sick. How do you. Don't ever been cancelled the whole tour, just that they just had to suspend the rehearsals, because Melby went temporarily blind in her right eye. How do you get herpes in your eyeballs? And I have to ask Dr hugs, how you got rid of? Studio. Melby went temporarily blind right eye her vision came back, and she returned to rehearsals. And it was confirmed that it was eyeball, herpes scary about that is. I don't think like a herpes coal. Saw cole. No. Yeah. There's different. Simplex is right. Yeah. So Herbie can be coleslaw, cold sore. Hold sore. Right. Yeah. And, and you can be spread to other like if the thing and your birthday and somebody has one of those can go do it can go. Okay. So somebody would have to spread it that way. But my point is there's no cure. So that means at any given time it could come back in. Why?
Roy Hargrove, Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter, dies at 49
"Grammy winning trumpeter ROY Hargrove has passed away. His manager says Friday in New York of cardiac arrest stemming from a longtime kidney disease, regarded by many of his peers as the greatest trumpeter of his generation our growth collaborated with jazz giants like Herbie Hancock and Wynton. Marsalis? Also teamed up with mainstream artists such as Eric about do common and the Angelo incorporating sounds of Hornby, so funk and hip, hop gimmes work, jazz trumpeter, ROY Hargrove was forty nine years old.
Leicester City coming to terms with tragedy
"L correspondent Samantha holy hasn't been in London long, and she's still very much settling in but already she's had a major football initiation in the face of a tragedy that deeply affecting one of the clubs that club is listed city, which until recently was heading towards administration, then Thai billionaire put millions into the club, and there was a fairytale turnarounds. So after a helicopter crash at a match England's love of football became even clearer cement, the holy fouled is. Six degrees at Claven cottage little football stadium with a history. Dating back over three hundred years originally a Royal hunting lodge. It's now home for the Fulham football club on the banks of the river tames on the lung the twenty five thousand people who've come along to watch the match. The name. It's move for you experience. Rather than the superman. The crowds are noisy, but will behaved no alcohol allowed in the stadium. So most Gaza was much beer as they can before they enter and then again at half time. The passion is very real and the crowd enthusiastic. In the end it was an enjoyable after noon out, but at fifty pounds or around ninety dollars a ticket. I doubt I'll be back. But my deduction to England's love of football returns in the evening when I'm at home a helicopter owned by the head of list of city football club has crashed after a match in the city. I begin filing from helicopter crashed after a football. And we jump on a train and head to the city in a way, I feel my past and current life. Have for a brief moment collided. I'm reminded immediately of my time living in Thailand, the Thai billionaire bought the list of city club in twenty ten was down and out and hitting the administration. He plowed millions of dollars into the club and the community to bring about a fairytale turnaround. The club won the premiership in twenty sixteen and if. Was in any doubt that the Brits feel deeply about the sports outside the stadium where we stood in the freezing cold. They kept coming through the day and night, we've flowers balloons club t shirts and scarves, the makeshift memorial. Just hit on growing to see everything. You know, what it's because you know, such story pose at the game last night and of which will give a half an hour later on and I've been one of the tod stiles actually come out stadium from. So it's really sad is just as amazing for someone personally know yet the such a connection there. And how is because you part of the communities will do which hospitals around here, which is so sad because of the people involved to just pay respects for visits to the owner and the rest of people on board. Let's impeach Herbie impact on the community must've, well, unless it must have been passed same as when it came to the obviously we will lead. Where he's to the club is to shock to shocking. Who's is so much to the city the Termine and the the whole of firmly and awful. So with the firmly at this time, so that's basically from down two loss to the northern. How community everybody's feeling that so many people don't ever suppose, so many flowers, we've just put some flowers down in the shirt of it will shirt, you know, so basically the communities devastate further, and so I'm not a football lover. But I know is a journalist. It's important for me to understand why British people love football. And why it means so much to them? And I think I have a better understanding of that. This is Samantha holy in London for correspondence for.
VW, Hollywood Star and Herbie discussed on KNX Programming
"VW beetle was a Hollywood star. Now Herbie the love bug is making his exit Volkswagen of America says the beetle is going out of production at us Mexico plant next year after the release of two final edition models. The beetle has made a comeback before asked. If it might return again, someday, a VW executives said. Never say
Hundreds of prisoners escape amid chaos in Libyan capital
"To. Libya now and a country in the throes of terrible conflict there, have, been renewed clashes between rival groups in the capital Tripoli casting serious doubt as to whether the, war-wracked country is ready to hold planned elections later this year there is an official u n backed government known as the g. a. the government of national accord. And a rival government both have militia fighting on their behalf Nubia is of course where many migrants end up hoping to make the journey to Europe and some migrants have been caught up in this fighting and four hundred prisoners many. Who were supporters of Moammar Gadhafi have escaped from a prison I've been speaking to Fawad Gerges from the London School of economics, where he is professor of Middle Eastern politics and international relations not only four hundred prisoners. Have escaped hundreds of illegal immigrants and Tripoli were let go the authorities have made Clear they cannot protect them they cannot feed him there's chaos all of his city is. Not even a single neighborhood of Tripoli that has not really been, hit, by missiles it seems to me it's all out war but the most important point to keep, in mind is that the UN recognized government seems to have lost control of its own forces that is the militias under the control of the UN legitimate government. Basically is waging a war against the government itself and this tells you about the complexity and how dangerous and how grave the security situation is in Tripoli outside Tripoli as well so you'll you'll suggesting that some local militias who've been. Supporting the government of national accord have we've seen a lot of fighting between those militias and the militias of the alternative government, those militias have now turned against the government of national accord yes some of them in. The brigade number seven Which used to. Be the. Spearhead the national accord government now seems to be waging war against some of the forces still under the control. Of the national accord government the only word. Really that basically captures the essence at what's happening in Tripoli sky us no one seems to be in control the militias are changing. Alliances the hour and no longer the so-called Islamist and. Nationalist and neutral labels don't make any sense at all you. Have war in Tripoli you also have major fighting's in Donna you also have major fighting in other parts, of the country might. Fear and I hope I am wrong is that what we are witnessing really is a. Spark that could really plunge Libya into allow because it seems to me fighting spreading to most. Parts of Libya and militias are taking action into their own. Hands, everything that you'll suggesting seems to. Also point Due to the fact that the government of national accord declaring a. State of emergency is is somehow meaningless unless there is a call for active external intervention. Of some sort sadly the ceasefire which. The national government has called for really did not last more than an hour no one is listening to the national government the national. Accord government does not really. Seem to have the authority and the. Forces to basically impose order militias coalescing against each other and against basically imagine and real enemies fighting spread. All over Tripoli prisons refugee centres who is becoming various and yes it seems to me that only the UN and a force organized by the UN could impose order but I doubt it very much whether the. United Nations is basically willing and capable of Intervening in this, chaotic scene significant is, it that the four hundred prisoners who were held at the islands ARA prison who are supporters of the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi how significant is it that they are now on the news it's very significant because, this is not just a separate piece of information you're talking about the son of the cycle Islam. Is positioning himself to become the leader leave. Yet he has many allies in Libyan outside Libya in Africa and the Arab world people are saying that he is the only leader who's capable basically a bringing order into Libya but we should not, really make a, big deal out of the escape, of the four hundred political prisoners because hundreds of illegal refugees have also been released by the authorities. Themselves in the meantime it seems to me the danger is for civilians because missiles based Basically being fired all over Tripoli and this is a city that's inhabited by one or two million. People at this, particular moment
"herbie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is the museum at the end there's steps but you know it's nice to see the historical ruins anyways Herbie is showing me around one of a man's ancient. Attractions in, her wheelchair she's become, a leading campaigner raising awareness, about disability and, accessibility, in Jordan as a teenager I was seriously injured in a car accident afterwards she found it was so difficult to get to places that she often avoid going out every time I wanted to go somewhere after call an the place whether they're exhaustible or not. And it was a struggle, to explain to them what, that, means because people aren't aware about needs for people in wheelchairs. And so I thought there has, to be an easier way to. Do this and so I started the. Website that lists all the places that I know of the arts festival and then, I keep adding, to that list and what sort of feedback? You get from people so many people are affected. By the issue of inaccessibility in Jordan. Like parents you strollers for elderly someone who broke their leg get messages. That oh, this is the, first time I'm able to go by grandpa Parents or take, all, my kid uses the wheelchair so it just makes me happy We head out in the car with IRAs mom to. See how is reviews that also encouraging businesses like restaurants and shops. To make changes one Jordanian chain of, banks is person ramps at all its branches but when we arrived to use one there's a problem caused by the congestion and lack of. Parking a.
"herbie" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"His Jeffrey Simmons up there. So much like Clemson hard to be able to double team sweat frees him up on third down when those long arms. He is going to get after some quarterbacks this year down in starkville. The heavy woman for best pass. Rusher goes to Ohio State defensive lineman, Nick bow, south hit a lot of his qualities, her business in his jeans to get after the quarterback. Great at imagine having older brother who's first round draft pick and instead of just Santo homecoming in a little bit complacent, if anything, he's come in first year with an edge to and a sponge in listening and asking questions. So expect him to have a big year about the best enforce these. The leaders kind of the ALPHA's of defense, Devin. Bush great defense from Michigan, the Mike McRae bond. He steps up in that role to not only make plays sideline to sideline. But now I think he's got to be that enforcer that guy that they turned to a crucial time in the game to be that leader for the Michigan wolverines. And for Jennings we talked about earlier, had a knee injury and Clemson in the semi-final natural championship. All indications are he's healthy and ready to go and always talk about this with Alabama. They always have that alpha. Somebody gets hand handed down the torch and this year it's number thirty three and Taylor rap. Let's not forget about the Washington huskies this year. I think they have a chance to win the Pac twelve. I think they have a chance to be in the playoff experience secondary, Joe, Joe, McIntosh Taylor wrap and wrap. Is that enforcer of that secondary. The Hervey award for best enforcer goes to Alabama linebacker, and for new Jennings. Jennings was a one man wrecking crew against Clinton. He was good all season. There was before he got hurt against Clemson, and now he's enforce. Yeah, he sure is. And typically that Alabama enforcers in the middle usually is that middle linebacker. But we've seen some great leaders over the last couple of years from that defensive line of Alabama and this year you got rake one Davis who's up there also as Ahah bugs is up there, but in talking to people and watching him in practice, there's no question Jennings healthy just sets the bar little bit higher than everybody else, but that entire secondary is new. Some guys who've played some. It's easy to say every year Alabama's gonna have the best defense. Who do you think we'll have the best defense in the country this year? I'm going to say it's Clemson. You could make an argument for, you know, Michigan or maybe a Washington, depending on who you think might be that team. I think it's going to be when you have that kind of defense of line, it makes every other aspect of your defense break, and they've got experienced by the web defense about seventeen points a game last. Here. You got nine starters back. They lose Dory, Daniel advanced Smith, but that's it. So everybody else is back with the way they recruit. There's two or three more freaks. We haven't seen yet that we're gonna see once the first couple of games start probably when they played Texas AM. So to me, it's going to be Clemson. And after that, I don't know who the bear thinks, but I, I got Clemson. No, we gotta get bear quickly best defense. I think Michigan certainly has to be in that conversation with everybody coming back and the aggressive style that Dan Brown faces face a couple of good offense that big ten he's as well. That's the problem. You got four of the top fifteen teams in that division, but Michigan's defense, I certainly would stack them up against anybody country, including Clemson, plumps a pretty darn good choice though. They find him as Philippe, Chris, ca there. Yeah, it needs to be the bear here. You say he should just go nickname. Yeah, l. given name anymore. Put that on the on the jersey, the everywhere we go. I mean, forget marriage change at all, and driver's license Chevy, but they don't say, hey, full ak-. How are you. You'll bear bear in any tackle him in a little known. Fact. He and I traveled together a lot Thursday morning, we go through the line TSA looks when they pop up his name, it says the ban. And is he happy when you check in early in the morning. It says the bear, the grizzly bear. Calendars. DVR's Herbie's must watch game of the year is still ahead. Plus the celebrity super bans of pallets would fall find out who's taken home Herbie next..
"herbie" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"The Harvey award for best him goes to quarterback will Greer and what receiver, David sills from West Virginia mountaineer offense was absolutely lethal. For Greer got hurt late. They will be better. Sills, only catch touch x. right. They the red zone. You might wanna put a safety over the top sills because that right there three straight red zone touchdowns and that's will Greer. He mind for yell out to the corner I'm going. I'm born in my man here on the fade because that's where he goes and it pays off. I can't wait to watch career Dana holder since offense this year, but really excited to see what he can do with David sills. There are, there are a lot of people who expect a huge year in Morgantown also been talked. The big twelve might be in a precarious position as we look at it and the preseason with the playoff West Virginia, good home road schedule in the big twelve. Who do you like to win the big twelve? As we sit here right now, no brainer. I'm going right back to Oklahoma. No, they lost Baker Mayfield. I'm excited to watch Kyle Marie. In this offense. Lincoln Riley still plays, right? He's still going to call the place. He's still going to design that offense how to attack the Anderson should be. Another guy talked about the Rodney. Dangerfield guy doesn't get quite from respect that he deserves, but they've got playmakers on this offense. In fact, I think they're going to be better on defense. So the team to look out for once again as Lincoln Riley in the Sooners TCU replacing a lot on that. They also had some ahead, some injuries in the early season. You like hills. Neither do I, you know, every two or three years Bill Snyder has a team that has experienced some key areas and has a chance to to be kind of a thorn in the side of team, especially when they go into Manhattan and that's this is one of those years. I'll gelatin quarterbacks, Alex Barnes. The running back gotta be better defensively, especially against the past. They gave up over three hundred yards a game last year in conference play. They got to be better there, but I just think I'm not saying they're going to win the big twelve. I'm just saying, this is one of those year. One of those years at Bill Snyder is gonna get somebody. Okay. Real quick when big twelve champion in or out of the college. Football, playoff, if you had to guess I predict I would say out. I would say out what you're gonna meant. No, I do not. I don't either Pac twelve. Yes, big, twelve. The Pac twelve in so do I. Yeah. Okay. Let's do some more quick hitting Herbie's including question Mark that not really question. Well, the Alabama quarterback situation who's gonna be? I mean, I think it should be too, but if it's Jalen hurts, it's gonna. Everything's gonna work out, just fine. We talked earlier in the show about the playmakers they have around the position, the veteran offense of line play. Let's face it with a brand new secondary and some of the injuries on that defense. They're going to need this offense to be scoring some points, especially early in the year Rettig the quarterback warrior concern or who should be a little bit overblown. Who's your surprise? Team surprise team could be Florida. And the only reason I say, Florida as the respect I have for Dan Mullen going back to Gainesville. I think he has a way of changing culture. He has a wig getting guys to buy in. I'm a little concerned about if it's bleeping Frances quarterback. I don't know how good that is. Because he likes to do guy, but I think Dan Mullen has a chance with nineteen returning starters. I know they've had small field issues. I think they have a chance to to have a good year. He's taking a step back on Washington state last year. They got up to two nine wins. I think this year is going to be a lot tougher for them. Obviously, Luke Falk is no longer there. He's in the NFL. They lost a lot of other playmakers. So watching state will have a tough time getting back up there to nine wins mex- man up, which has the biggest choose to fill this season. Plus, who are the future household names? You know yet, but you will. The Herbie for best kept secret is next..
"herbie" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"More Herbie's to hand out. We obviously look for great players who can accomplish things. Sometimes you can't measure players value just by stats or even highlight plays. What about the nominees for the all? Intangible, like you said, this is a long season, so yet some peaks and valleys, you need guys try to keep the team up Eddie Oliver, what a beast here, the Houston we know about his playmaking ability talk to Tom Herman, who used to be his coach said he's never been around such a great player that comes to work every single day trying to push his teammates, whether it's the weight room around the practice field. That's why head Oliver is out. There are next man is Christian Wilkins. A great players can play inside has moved to the outside, but I love about him. When you cover their team is his infectious personality. He has a way of making everybody laugh at certain times, get him serious at certain times. This team feeds off of his energy. Wilkins forty two back for another year for Clemson next guy. I think this guy has a chance to have a special year and for the Jennings that you went out in this game right here. In fact, late in this game, a semi-final against Clemson, lost him thought it might really hurt them. You know how the mantle handed down from one player the next. He is the alpha of that Bama defense this year. The all intangible Herbie award goes to Houston, defensive lineman, Ed, Oliver. You know, you're really good if you win the all intangible awardee. You're also best football player in America in doubt, says a lot about him. Everybody's anticipating that he's going to have a great year. Also everybody an tipping him to be the first pick in the draft next year and to hear that he has those intangibles as great quality because Herbie is old school and a fan of the movie. Rodney Dangerfield no respect nominee respect the guys that kind of slip through the cracks. Sometimes forgotten miles Gaskin a chance to go for his fourth one thousand yard year for the huskies. I think they have a chance to have a big year and watch number nine again, be the balanced. Jake Browning throwing the football Brian, the worke last year. But he talked about Michigan state going to be a down year. They don't have a quarterback. They don't have an offense. Would he surprise a lot of people, his ability to scramble key plays alive, made so many good decisions. Twenty touchdowns only seven fix and its first years. A starter expec. Even more this year from the worke in our third guys, eras Williams gave a new system. Joe Moorhead comes down from Penn State brings that offense so much talk about the quarterback and that offense. Airs Williams, I think, has a chance to have a huge year for Mississippi State. The Rodney Dangerfield Herbie award goes to Michigan state quarterback, Brian Lou worke. The question continues to be who is Rodney? Dangerfield? He was comedian, who did this whole bed about not get no respect men not knowing now, people know Bryant will work by the end of this sees oh yeah, I think they're starting to get a feel for who he is what he can do. And by the way they return a lot of his weapons this year LJ Scott, the backfield. I think he has a big year this year Spartans. It can't do it by yourself or the nominees for best handle start with Sean, Gary, and chase win of it. She's guys really had a big year last year, Don Brown and attacking offenses, and he has two great guys coming off the edge and fifteen in three expect them to be all over forcing offense this year and win a bit provides a little bit of trash talk along the way, but we will Greer David, sills sills, of course, is that the the prototype quarterback that was going to go out the US's seventh-grader chase that dream didn't work out. Came back to Morgantown receiver and will Greer getting all the attention and his main target will be number thirteen. The rangy receiver, David sills nother hand on the defensive line Montas sweat, Jeffrey Simmons if you've not watched these guys yet, please tune into watch them because they create Avak with their -bility to penetrate to the offensive line getting the backfield and chase down quarterbacks..
"herbie" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"If you set against two, he's gonna throw for four hundred yards that to me, it's the, it's the versatility and the abyss. Two run in throw with that skill around him to makes this offense. It's scary as Alabama's ever had. There's an -ticipant there from Tung of maybe hurt, at least this point has developed and an opportunity for Alabama to do big things. And if Alabama does that and tug of put up huge numbers, he certainly going to be in the Heisman race as are a lot of the other guys that you've mentioned that have been nominees preseason Herbie's so far, where do you stack up the Heisman race? At least to start. If I mean establishing the field. You got to look at the running backs, Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin. They're gonna have a great year. You've got Bryce love at Stanford. If you look at quarterback for me, I think it starts with trace McSorley. I happen to think the Penn State's going to have a great year. Heisman goes when when a teen has a great year who's putting up the numbers for them, and I think trace McSorley is going to be very deserving. He is proven over the last few years to show you that he can make big plays through the air. He does just enough right here with his legs could be a great compliment to mile Sanders here who being that backfield taking over for saquon Barkley. So I think that if I had to sit here which we're asked to do every year in August, say, who's that guy going to be core? So ride that pony all the way all of his guy could have three losses still goes with him. But as we sit here right now, I'm going to trace McSorley is gonna win Heisman, like Jonathan Taylor? Yeah, it was concentrated in the playoff. You got Wisconsin, Wisconsin, playoff, weed out there. Maybe they can pick maybe as the first two loss conference champion to make the playoffs. Wow. Just say this schedule has a grind xactly on the road and a chance to avenge. Perhaps one of those losses in conference champions we'll see. We'll see what happens. I, we've Thomas you a ton of ward, so let's Quinn's best-looking field is this? I mean this. Let's just let's just take the trenches moment. Silence here that's the best looking side of Gusta national. That's the best looking field I've ever seen almost feel bad that the boys have to play on that every year as the Rose Bowl, so that I'll just say, that's that's a given best-looking field bought a great atmosphere, which one gets the not for the best. I mean, if there's SEC fans had never been to some of the big ten venues, vice versa. But if you if you get a chance and Penn State's playing night game and it's a whiteout I'll tell you right now. It's his cool the scene and one of the most intimidating and consisted Froude level that the decibels it stays loud from the pre-game all the way to the post game September. Twenty nine here come the Buckeye. I'm getting the best restaurant to Seppi. This one came out of the blue last year. I got a tip my cap. The Chris valor came up with this. When this nice change. Usually we'll hit like Jeff, ruby steakhouse, but just a nice change of pace. We had a great great crew freight. A great meal fantastic's except he's number one aboard. This year to Sepe is getting the nod with my responsible posing you sic best. Tell hotel red hotel ran right there in Madison Wisconsin, brand new, beautiful hotel. What makes it great is it's right next to the stadium. So if you're lucky enough to get in, you could just walk right over the set. You can walk right over the stadium and you can walk right back post game. So hotel Radin Mattis. Seventy good. I had not the greatest impression there were extenuating circumstances. Well, one of one of your teammates left and night stayed that room and he left it a mess. The league is here with us. Now, what did what Harvey missed on the restaurants, hotels, mom, bear. He has two major major emissions on their on the restaurants. Number one is smoking pig, which is the best. And that's again, we go to Clemson just they came out last year. We did a gain to gave. There wasn't even there came out brought a whole bunch of stuff to the bus because we didn't get..
"herbie" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"The Herbie award, but ultimately game-changer goes to Stanford running back. Bryce love. He's a fifty yard run waiting to happen. You can flip the feel without benefit of the kicking game along pack. And I think this year what's going to be different, I think they're going to be better in the passing game. Jay class, Stella steps in there really is established quarterback. He's healthy. I think they're better receiver with Tate's more pressure off from lob because I think they're going to be more balanced. I think he has a better year, especially now healthy out at Stanford blobs game changer the nominees for most exciting. You might be one of the smallest guys in the game. The marquees browse. Last year, man, if he got his hands on the ball near out over twenty yards reception and again a year to get stronger a year and really learn more about this offense. And I think he has a chance to be even more explosive and Twenty-eight teen Travis NTN doing some game once in Orland a year, you're waiting for Easter to be the guy. It was AT and a true freshman year ago and his first second third step away from contact in my opinion, as quick as anybody in the country, and he's got some size to to watch out for number nine this year for Davos Sweeney and the Tigers and third member is trace McSorley this guy, man, you heard of the teas talk about him being a winner. You all the way back a high school and it was football basketball leading Penn State. Now, in his third years, a starter trace McSorley man. He's the guy. You want the Pitney foxhole guy to lead your team of a lot of injury. Award for most exciting player. Those two Penn date mortar mortar-backed trace McSorley puts always a Baker Mayfield size quarter bag of people wonder, can't do it without saquon Barkley. Why do you believe? And I think he can do it. I think he's playing with a chip on his shoulder whole career, but I really think McSorley and the entire Penn State team will play with a chip to prove them more than saquon Barkley some other guys, you might be able to break out the nominees for breakout star, got star. You've got a little tasted these guys, but they're about to explode in twenty eight, teen three, black number last year. I catch his career touchdown against the Florida Gators week three against air force. He goes out with an injury, fix medical, comes back this year and look out for him with shape Patterson Ann Arbor for some big plays. The Andrea swift took a back seat of the tooth, freshman, sunny, Michelle, and also the yet Nick chop. This is his chance as off more and he just a total package race. He's got. Off tanning, catch the backfield and you could see run over people and he can run by people. And our third nominee partly this guy out, I I know you could say he already was breakout star in the national championship to tongue of law, had an opportunity to show us what he can do only half Magid if he gets the rains the entire year for Alabama, what he could do this season. The breakout star be award, goes to Alabama, Florida. Back to tongue of Loa. You might see more from an Alabama as you've seen in the save an era of the defense is young and then and talk about a has a ton of weapons on the outside. I think it's the best group of wide receivers that Nick savings had. I think they got a great offense of line. There's deep in the backfield as they've ever been four guys could play from anywhere in the country led by Damian Harris, and you have potentially two talking about leading them what makes it different. Enchants hurts control the ball, but the distribution ability to find the first second third option throwing the ball see defense is passed against Jalen hurts. They're willing to take their chances by putting seven eight, nine guys up near the line of scrimmage, trying to play on an island and saying, hey, we rather take away this great running game and make them throw..
"herbie" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"Never question bay have what many field is the best unit group of the country, and that's the front for what fall. Throw. Sick. Welcome to the two thousand eighteen preseason Herbie awards here. Are your house, race Davis, and Kirk herbstreet before say they don't do it for the wards probably aren't enough for the Herbie's. Have you went us on the annual Hervey pre season awards? We stavis curb Streep awards namesake here, and I know given what's going on, this is a novel concept, but you know what this hour is about combo blots. Three techniques of swim moves releases from the line of scrimmage, talk a little ball here on the field. Having on the field. All this is the beginning, hopefully of much more. This Tecom little football talk. We're going to try to do. We're going to try to set a record in the Herbie awards today. Most awards given out. I mean, you'd better buckle up. We're going to get out of the words tip chip Kelly's back in college football, we go fast. Start with the ultimate game changer. A guy or unit can swing momentum and heartbeat rby. Yeah, these guys, I think as you can change the complexity of a game in a heartbeat, AJ Brown. What an opportunity for him this year old miss can't get to the postseason. Do you wanna see maybe the best player in the country. Watch number one, how physically is over two hundred twenty pounds makes it very tough to match up with him. One on one. I couldn't pick one race. I'm sorry. I gotta go with the entire Clemson defensive line as a game changer. These fellows all decided to come back which makes all of us has college football fans happy to watch these guys weekend and week out. Keep an eye on that Clinton line led by Kristen Wilk. Skains as far as the intangible side of keeping that motor going every single week. The third member is Bryce love. I'll press was going over two thousand yards last year, much of the weeks on a gimpy ankle fought through that effort of Washington last year alone is one of the most impressive things I saw here. So all three worthy of the Altima game changing..
Madonna Criticized Over MTV VMAs Tribute to Aretha Franklin
"But without a doubt, ladies and gentlemen, these father knocker of the week goes to the Queen of soul, a wrestle mania alumni, Aretha Franklin who passed away just a few days ago, a voice from heaven. Amazing presence. And even though Madonna Konadu donor at the ward show that I didn't watch. I read about saw the exert Madonna was about putting over Madonna. He might have been a great idea and they're quote unquote, riders room, this ridicule. Madonna comes back. She's six years old. She's gonna put over Aretha she did put over Raith more on that. The goofy sexes. But our respect and our condolences to the three ends the fans of the Queen of soul who made more than one Mark in a WW environment. And we were sure and our fans nothing, but the very best she was treasurer to listen to the betting. Let me tell you something Aretha lacked her severe Retha Aretha liked being a diva she played her role. She was that was her character. When should miss Franklin came onto the set artery Hirsch run through sound checker, whatever he knew who the Bosh was, and I, I really admire that. She never lost that desire for perfection.
"herbie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Georgia running back Oklahoma, quarterback and Michigan quarterback, or your question marks at aren't actually questions. Everything's a question. There's a Rodney Dangerfield also. Yeah, and a best kept secret. But if someone wins best kept secret than the secrets right. In the Herbie spread everywhere. Best bands as well. Fam- us gotta win that, right. I mean, they win it every year while he's awarding the national championship tonight. Get out of here. Yeah, he's he's awarding national championship tonight. Miami. No, final four. He he wards the college football playoff. So congratulations to Alabama. Clemson haven't seen that before Penn State and Washington? Yeah. Yeah. He does have a reason to watch. I mean, he does have Miami lose Clemson in the ACC championship game, but he does say sleeper, Duke. How many years the Herbie's been going on. And that's a good question because I'm seeing the 2017 Herbie awards were given out into Semper. So it seems like last year postseason because yours preseason, they have a celebration of the year Herbie from two thousand seventeen, which of course went to the Miami turnover chain. I don't even know who the other nominees worker. There was a Herbie awards in two thousand and sixteen. There was a two thousand fifty award what month that they giving them out in those years find. I think that two thousand fifteen was posted in August. Yeah, bills, they're an award. You'd rather win than a Herbie. Like would you rather win a more Coney or Herbie? Now a Herbie Herbie kademi award Herbie Herbie Nobel peace bras. Herbie. Yeah, we'd all prefer to have Herbie's. Yeah. Okay. So in two thousand fourteen I found oppose. It said the fourteenth annual Herbie's. So it's now two thousand eighteen. It started in two thousand. Hang on. Hang on eighteen. Good job. You're an expert on Herbie's. In math about best restaurant. I was actually setting that up wrong. Sorry, man, I wasn't listening. I'm not used to actually being able to talk to stugatz Dan. I'm usually here when they're not. Oh, what's nominated for best restaurant. By being here. What I'm not you mean when you host the TV show every day, right? Oh. How. Star. We're doing here. But I think I've, I think I've got a longer bigger beef than you do. The show has been around twice as long as HQ's been around. Exactly. You're not. Let's stay right here when he first through that day right here, I want these guys Duke it out, but I was going to agree with you either way. Duke it out with is he's asked to do that show always very good at doing that. What he says? Yes, because he gets paid. Very well who is going to be there if I say no. It would be you and a nail fitting jacket. It would Would be me. be would be mean yes. The jacket. Yes, no, no question about it, but it would not be me. There's a long list they go through before they get to me. Ooh, I am break glass in case of emergency. That means you're on call, but you know, you get stuck traffic on the way down. You get sick feeling. Well, then the last me last minute and there isn't a jacket doesn't fit because I'm wearing dance, so you don't want to be on the show or do you want to be in the show every day kidding me? So you want to fight worse traffic work with Dan for another forty five minutes. Have him look at you the way he looks at you except now on TV, but I guess he does it on TV and make a lot more money. To chain. Good point. Thank you. The Rodney Dangerfield is named after Rodney Dangerfield because people nominated, they get no respect. My now you've been to some of these places, right? You traveled around of college football games, favorite restaurant? Just Sepe. Columbus, Ohio. Have you been there? The smoking pig Pendleton, South Carolina. Haven't been that Jeff. Ruby's Louisville, Kentucky. Having pinned the, we're just naming five restaurants in the tree..
"herbie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"About the jets quarterback situation. Maybe a little Tiger Woods Israel, goody era city in today. Damn back on Monday guys. I big news. Big news, big company wide Email sent out this morning. I don't know if you guys were on it. I don't know if you received it yet because it's a big, big file. The Herbie's are out will the Herbie's are out rule whole, you got the Herbie's college. Football's right around the corner and Herbie's are out of mazing. What are the Herbie's? You don't know what the Herbie's are. I can assume they're spreading put it on the poll. Do you know what the Herbie's are. And other Herbie spreading. How do you spell Herbie's? Let me check the. Herbie's h. e. r. b. i. e. s. wow, these are the twenty eighteen Herbie's these are the twenty eighteen Herbie's who? Yes. You guys know what they are yet. I know that there is a Herbie's preseason special eight o'clock tonight on ESPN two. So it sounds like you can't say the Herbie's nouns. I got a case of, do you want to check my? You can say the Herbie's because it's posted on ESPN dot com. Out on got the sea. That's a spoiler alert right there. Like if you wanna watch the Herbie's live on TV tonight that you shouldn't read this story. I don't know what to do here because I want to announce some of the Herbie's. This is big news. You only know the nominee. Do you have the results because I see the nominees, you find out the results. I think you only have the nominees ten night once you catch these Herbie's there's no getting away from him. You're right. I only have the nominees. Well, no, but there's like certain teams here like all intangible team, which I love. I mean, how did you get the gig that I've wanted by entire life? My guess is you've maybe heard of one of the players on all intangible teams actually, no, I'm gonna say you haven't heard of a single one. If you set the over under at one and you bet the under you won money. How do you not know at all of her. Ooh. He, he's actually, I just found out about that all of her last week. He's supposed to be the number one overall draft. Pick defensive tackle out of Houston. There's an ultimate Herbie on here. I saw that like the ultimate Herbie biggest shoes to fill. I love the Herbie's. I'm surprised you never had the Herbie's stew. Oh, I've had the Herbie's. Well, once you get the Herbie's, you can never lose the Herbie. You can only hope to contain the Herbie as there's no cure Herbie's. Okay. So here's another boasts out there Yemen. Oh my God. He's he's up for best pass rusher Herbie tonight. Oh, tonight's the big night. Yeah. Yeah. Tonight the big reveal ESPN to where we find the winter. So maybe players it's preseason. You may not know a lot of these players, but there are certain categories there that you don't have to actually watch any of the games because of these categories games, I'm most looking forward to best celebrity college football fan and let me give you a list. Go ahead. Mcconaghy's on there. He is okay. Yeah, we'll Ferrell's on their Kenny Chesney. Do you know what team Kenny Chesney supports Tennessee snoop Dogg. It's on their USC, so he's going up against wolf able to maybe they split the vote and a rod. Miami is a nominee for a Herbie for best celebrity football fan, but there's also best atmosphere is also best hotels really hotel's gonna win a Hervey tonight that a lot of Hervey hotel read in Madison Wisconsin which I've been to by the way and it deserves a Herbie. You have the graduate and Arbor Michigan. The Abernathy at South Carolina hotel and Auburn university and the Atherton. It's still water, Oklahoma, one of those five win a Herbie tonight. What do you think gets bigger placement in the hotel? Lobby a herb or like a trip advisor like award. I made Herbie. Question marks at aren't actually questions is a is a category for the her. Yeah, you question Mark said, aren't actually questioned. You get you what you need to go on because I have no idea what that means. All right. I'll give you an example, Alabama, quarterback. It's not a question marks on an actual question. That is declared of statement, Penn State running back. But what if you ask it like a question..
Jets: Teddy Bridgewater trade possible as Sam Darnold impresses
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Hawaii's best fighter: BJ Penn vs. Max Holloway
"If max holloway defeats herbie number made off at uc to twenty three so they both make wait it is for the undisputed title connor get stripped and max wears gold now he has the tool belt the two the two belts simultaneously will he clip speed japan in the title of greatest hawaiian combat sports athlete ever or fighter ever we'll work up the dance that's the one that's going to probably matter the goes it's so tough because when you compare them i look at what's what to be depends signature moment i think and it's defeating matt hughes rides go down as one of the greatest champs of all time and he had his number and then you you kind of do max holloway side of it and taken down josie hall does pretty big too but a lot of people said joe's as kind of not the same since connor hollywood have to belts it's really really tough man i'm going to say no only because all of max hallway successes come in the ufc and bj penn is been able to sprinkle in different organizations different scenarios weight classes but i'm going to say it's right there and maybe even one more title defense would be what puts max over now i got j i will say that he did fight in other way classes a lot of people point to leo's wasn't that a draw was decision loss decision fight close it was a loss sorry i thought it was a draw so he did go up but he lost henze gracie was one where he said he was fighting middleweights but henza was really probably a while to wait you know he was just fighting a highway class and but still take nothing away from the fact that he went up during up said he it'll happen so fast that it almost felt like huge just underestimated him course bj proved that wasn't the case by winning trilogy although mad hughes took it to be j one time pretty hard in anaheim and that third fight was a little bit later in their careers.
"herbie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"If you makes contact with something that many of you have in your home some of you have in your car some of you might be carrying right now sitting on it's going to give you herbie's and that's not good because you have you to this two like if it were osher who gave it her brings what is it choline i it's in your house and it could give you herpes and it's not your spouse and there's a spouse it's a trumpet your trump at it's your trump at yano because there's a lot of people with try i don't know it's your yoga math oh ash and it's gonna be herpes doctor anthony gruner recently issued a serious warning the herpes virus commonly associated with the bomb brown chicken brown how could have potentially be picked up from dirty yoga maths he says quotes making skin contact with a dirty yoga matt covered in germs and bacteria can lean to s skin infections acne toenail fungus and hoped these along with staff and strep infections so basically year blah or your blog ear your yoga matt pardon me is just a festering sore yes dear yoga yogurt oh okay what there's good news though so like i know a lot of you out there on your yoga minutes i mean how is probably having a connection thinking about all the okamitsu's weighed on in her life she is kind of a slew of yoga lanyo mats there is a way to avoid this kleenex wrap yourself in cellophane your whole body deal if faces them i don't feel like that's recommended that might be the last time you do yoga my god you can also get genital wh stuff how whose putting their geno it was on their my god you can get him from bike seats a study and sexual health found a low risk of getting hpv which can lead to some things serious things using unclean bike seats of.
"herbie" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"In the american dream i interviewed jazz herbie hancock and wayne shorter i ask them what is jazz check it out and ailing just arrived from mars and the curious and they have a sense of hearing and you need to tell them what jazz it what are you gonna say i would i would take tough to hit the music i a okay and then if they had some questions after that i would respond to the question to you wouldn't try to explain in front now just take him to go find take him to the club yeah yeah right work i put them in front of a mirror earth mirror and you say that stress this is you the jazz even when you're an alien is fair heart explained it so maybe wayne zone is out of the book consider that the bar seen in star wars they're playing jazz for intragalactic they're not playing classical music there's not a valid nobody saying in a thing the aliens or jim on their on their alien musical history but it was clearly jazz yeah thick there was no question about it out on a fair steve you know i i happen to like jazz i was a latecomer to honor but through people who heat jazz it can you explain that.
"herbie" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Growth the jazz enthusiast oh yeah absolutely so with my interview with herbie hancock in wayne shorter they both played for the legendary miles day miles quintex that's right and wayne shorter saxophonist and composer he's won ten grammy awards herbie hancock a pianist a keyboard is a composer he's got fourteen grammy awards and that some of the alltime greats in the field i sat down with them recently at wayne shorter his home in hollywood and i i i asked wayne how he got started on his path to music as i always do i wanna know what the tracking is of peoples lifelong love let's check it out as leinna looking for my classes at school you know you never met to anything if you play hooky any continent he caught me and advice and civil had my mother and father and in the office and all that isn't what what oil you going to class let's see where you went when you play hooky i said in its atoms theater around round the corner from school and saw like jimmy lunceford dizzy gillespie in lower manhattan and all that charlie parker is oh soast what she did she called the music director and put me in his class on that's where for the great teacher you here via rather than wrap your over the risk they're saying there's a synergy here to be harnessed try not carry authority to be arya that's what we need here but those at a great mentors that we've had the opportunity to experience that have.