35 Burst results for "Hubert"
The Officer Tatum Show
'Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist'
"You're working on a new project. And I got to ask you, Kevin, you've done God's not dead. That was a smashing success. I absolutely enjoy that. Before we get into this new left behind series, rise of the Antichrist that you're acting in and you've directed, I gotta ask you, Hollywood and faith. I mean, there have to be, when did God come into your life? What was the wake up call for you? What happened? Because you don't hear a lot of stories about Hollywood and faith that seems rare. Yeah, it was right. You know, it wasn't rare up, but this 1960s changed everything because Hollywood sort of went darker and they started making the bad guys the heroes. And that's where they started glorifying people with bad behavior. But before that, there was always that, you know, it was always a good guys winning and the bad guys losing. But things have changed. But you know, I've always been a Christian I've always been conservative in my life actually. The first time I could vote, I voted for Reagan. My parents were besides themselves because they were Walter Mondale, Hubert Humphrey, Minnesota Democrat. And I was completely right when I told him, I said, look, Jimmy Carter's going to go down as one of the worst presidents we've ever had. And I was right up until recently, of course. I've always been a Christian. I've always wanted to be involved in stuff. And you saw a Hercules, even though it was mythological, they always had really good moral values in the series. And I don't know if they would write that on prime time TV today, like they did back then. I don't think it would happen.
AP News Radio
Panthers get Tkachuk from Flames for Huberdeau, Weegar
"The Panthers in flames of engineered a major trade involving a pair of 100 point scorers The Panthers acquired Matthew chuck and a conditional fourth round pick from the flames for Jonathan Hubert defensive Mackenzie Uighur Panthers prospect Cole schwinn and a lottery protected first round pick in the 2025 draft The deal was finalized after chuck accepted an 8 year contract that runs through the 2030 season Chuck scored a career high 104 points last season on 42 goals and 62 assists Hubert had spent his entire ten year NHL career with Florida and had 30 goals in a league high 85 assists last season I'm Dave
The Paul Finebaum Show
"hubert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Site song and, oh, it was wonderful. Anyway, that's just what I wanted to say. I can play in for you right now. And then I'll hang up. You hear me? Thank you for that thank you. Thank you. I really appreciate that. Okay. That's good. Thank you, miss pat. Yeah. The whole day is ruined. What I dearly dearly love about this show, that that nice kind woman, that nice con woman from Georgia. Listen to that entire song. Play fake this, right? Run, run, run. Nope, nope, 2006. Over the top. Yeah, yeah. We appreciate it, miss pat. We really do. Favorite Mick Hubert remember? My favorite one is definitely, I think the blocked kick blocked in O 6 against South Carolina. Jarvis moths blocking that kick. Absolutely huge as tough a game as I've ever seen in the swamp and as tense a game as I have ever seen there and Mick called it perfectly. Under the radar, 2018 or 2019, Florida at LSU. When Jerry's guys, unfortunately, runs the wrong way there in Florida wins the game and make loses it on the air. That really thought my man was gonna fall out there. Yeah, why can't you just act like that in the produce department at public? Get that excited when I ask you to say, oh, my. What are you, where are you retiring to? Because mix going to the beach. Where did you retire? Mountains, mountains, beaches overrated. I'll stand on that. You can go ahead and call in, yell at me. He's from Florida, by the way. Spencer is originally from Florida. The beach is overrated. This is your hot take. That is my hot take, beach is overrated. It goes in this order. It goes Lake. Pool beach. You're taking cool over beach. I'm taking a little over beach. Right over the salt water. Correct, correct. Where do we rank river in that Pantheon there? River, I don't know what's in it. It's too risky. I'm going to put that just above beach. So okay, so we're lumping a river and we're lumping in beach as things that flowing animals, et cetera, et cetera. There's not going to be a shark in a river, most likely. It's pretty rare. I do like the Lake for just the chill factor contained body of water, you don't have to worry about anything coming in. Yeah, I don't know. What about you? Where would you retire? I do like a Lake house. I do. Just stick me on a golf course, man. I'm a simple man with simple needs. Stick me on a girl, of course, stick me close to a golf course. I'm not retiring back down south, I don't think. I was going to say what state you got. San Diego. San Diego. San Diego. I went to San Diego last year and I am as shameful. San Diego is not a state. I am a shamelessly in the tank for San Diego, California. As I think anybody could possibly be, especially somebody from the east coast like I am and I currently live in New York City. I would go to San Diego. I would go to saint eagle tonight after we finished the show. If someone will fly me out there. Yeah, Montana baby, Montana, all day. You're going off the grid. I'm going beach adjacent. Are you saying this beard? You fit right in with the milk people. Hey everyone, this is Zach low, check out my podcast, the low post where I talk to people in and around the NBA about everything going on in the basketball world. The one and only Nikola Jokić, the most watchable, telegenic player in the NBA NBA. Players trends under the radar teams everything. I am a longtime holder of all the Devin Booker stock. I can buy. And I'm not cashing in 'cause I think he's gonna keep getting better. Listen and subscribe to the low post wherever you listen to podcasts..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"hubert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Time to move on. I haven't lost my talent, but the grace to do this is being lifted away from me. And so we're excited about the next phase of our lives. Nick, when you run around town, you know, my favorite call of yours is 2006, Florida, South Carolina, Jarvis moss blocks that field goal at the end and you say it's been blocked again and you go crazy. But when you're running around town and going to publics or what have you, what are some of the calls that people may sort of yell out to you or whatever in the parking lot or something like that? Well, I get some of those calls. I get some of that during the touchdown and it's been blocked again. I think it was the third block kick we had in that game. So we've already had two. And when you go back, listen to the call. I do the very set up to it. You can hear not a somber tone of my voice, but a realistic tone that if he kicks this field goal and at 48 yards, it's not out of his range. If he kicks it, it's probably going to be good and we're going to get beat. But the kick never got away. I mean, it was blocked. And so that's why he locked it again, you know? And so I've had that one and I had the one that quasi green against FSU where you got behind the defense and hauled in a long pass and then they'll throw the one at me when I said that that was the game where I called the place at insane asylum in the swamp and then the one in the Georgia dome where I said they're blowing the roof off this place to shoot out we had when we beat Alabama. I think it was a 96 national championship game. So there's a few of those, but it's interesting you mentioned publics because I was in public the day before the story was coming public. This was just last week and a guy said to me, Mick, I hope you never hope you're not going anywhere. And I at the very next Scott Carter had already written the story. It just hadn't been released on the website yet. When I looked at it, I got my car and I said, you know what? It got in the car and drove away. He probably thought it's imminent. Yeah, it was within 24 hours. It was announced. So it was funny, and that happened to be right in public. What he mentioned that to me, but I felt like I was living a lie a little bit for the last several months when everybody was retiring and I knew that mine was mine was forthcoming too. Mick, I know that this is a Florida call because we did have a public shout out. Richard. Richard, you got one more? Yeah, Mick, you're forever. You kind of kept a low profile. There was no talk radio show in town that you hosted or anything like that. It was just sort of the games and you lived a sort of normal life as one can do being something of a local celebrity. Was that by design? Did you like the low profile? Yes, I did. I really did. You know, for example, when. Some of these coaches retire, you know, Roy Williams retired retired. He was abrupt. Lon Kruger a year ago retired. It was abrupt. Coaches announced he was going to go through a tour. I'm thinking, there is no way. I'm ever going to do that 9 months, 8 months, count down settlement 6 months, 6 weeks, 5 weeks. I mean, this last week felt like it's been a year. I don't know how he could know how you could do it. And you know, the great sportswriter that worked for the saint Pete times for many years, Hubert mizell, when he came to Gainesville, he called me and he said, Nick, he said, let's get together and do a talk show. You and I had to be Hubert in Hubert. It's kind of like Mike and Mike. You were the numerous there is absolutely no way I'm going to talk sports for two hours every day. I talk enough. I'm doing almost a hundred games a year. I don't have no desire to be a talk show host. None whatsoever. And then of course, I'm not on social media. I don't tweet, I don't do any of that. I don't do any of that stuff. So I just wanted to keep it a low profile. One day last week, somebody said to me, Mick, right now your number four on Twitter. I said, omelet? What? Is that the United States? He goes, no, it's in the world. Mike and guarantee there are about 600 million Chinese people over there that could care less about an announcer in Florida, retiring. But I was number four in the world on trending on Twitter. So the next day I go back to what am I today? He goes, you're nothing. You're not printing at all. Mick, before I let you get out and get onto the road to retirement, what is the weirdest place you've ever had someone ask you for an oh my. I know you got one. Well, you know, to me, anytime I'm not in the press box and someone asked me, it's a little weird because I know that I'll probably disappoint them because I can't do it on cue. I mean, this is what happened to you guys. When I knew that I was destined to do this and given this, given this grace to do this and anointed to do this, when I put the headset on, my personality changes. My wife would never put up with me being Nick you were at home like he is on the air because there's a different guy. So I never got into this for the recognition. I just love the craft. I love the study, the preparation, I love to go on the air. The only thing I know how to do is from a time I was 7 or 8 years old. They don't have a lot of other skills. So I was able to do this and make a 46 year broadcasting career out of it and I feel like I've never worked really a day in my life, although the travel gets to you. It's the travel. If I could say beam me up, Scotty, I do a lot more games, but getting from point a to point B, I just got tired of doing all that. Make Hubert calling it a career. Thank you so much for your time. Enjoy the beach, enjoy Sarasota, and we wish you many happy returns in retirement. We will definitely definitely do that. Thank you for having me on. Thank you. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. Thank you. We will be back with more of the Paul finebaum show after the break. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. I'm not gonna lie Spencer. It was pretty cool to have make you hurt on the poly fine bomb show. Yes, sir. On his first.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"hubert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Line four row from Boston. Guys, what's going on? First of all, I want to give a shout out to the split zone duo Discord. Everyone's very excited over there following along. And I'm calling from the spiritual home of college football, Logan airport. So this is my question, guys. I'm a Florida fan. Florida in September has three teams with high aspirations that are also ranked higher than them and SP plus. Utah, Kentucky, and Tennessee. What kind of a September should a Florida fan be psychologically preparing for in year one of Napier? I think Raoul, thank you for the call. I think if you listen to what Billy Napier has signaled kind of implicitly, a little bit explicitly, cool thy jets. Chill. We got a rebuild coming in. I know you want the hot tub, but we gotta get the drywall up, all right? So I think that September, September could be rough, but if we set the bar low enough, I mean, I don't think anybody expects Utah to be anything, but utter hell for 60 minutes. That is a physical team. They are mean. And they have an established quarterback. That's something that Florida still has to break game with. Anthony Richardson. Yeah, I think Billy Napier is trying to set expectations. I'm not saying set expectations low. I'm just trying to say set sort of a timeline on when Florida's expectations may be able to be met. It is not going to happen next year. It's just not. As far as where Florida fans want to go. And I know that may be frustrating for Florida fans to hear because it's been so long. But it's not, we just sat here and talked about how a and M can sign one number one recruiting class and still have quite a ways to go. You just fired a guy in part because he struggled to recruit. There is infrastructure that needs to be built. I'm not talking about NIL. I'm talking about behind the scenes, really Napier, hiring, hiring a bunch of people. You've got to make sure all the people that you're hiring, the systems that you're putting in place in your organization. You got to make sure those work. Before we even talk about what it looks like on the field. Yep, because if you've got to replace somebody, you want to do it sooner rather than later. It's one of the things that eventually caught up with Dan Mullen at Florida. Hey, that's a lot of Florida talk. We're going to do a little bit more because voice of the Gators, just the third in the history of the program. Mick Hubert will be joining us after the break as he is signing off from his illustrious tenure as the voice of the Gators. Also more calls after.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"hubert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Defensive coordinator. So maybe they'll be a little bit more physical. I think we'll find out in Atlanta week one. When they play Georgia, good luck. Dan landing is about to find out. You got to get through. You got to get those big man on the West Coast. You need some big men out there. Time for Birmingham. Welcome to the show. Yeah, I'm on airs. I'm Tom, a rehab of Stein bumps, old stomping ground. I've lived here 32 years that I grew up here. It's been great. Primarily because college sports is king. And I love college sports. So it's great to live in a Birmingham, not too far from Tesco. Lucy, or I went to law school. I talked to your doing a great job. You guys, we're welcome you. Paul needs a break and that's great. But I've been a long time listener, Paul and he's great too. And enjoy it. But what I told you and you cut me off, it's like we've had several callers who have voiced that opinion. I have my opinions about this controversy between Sabin and Fisher. And I'll just tell you my thoughts and if they've already been said, you say, look, somebody has already said that. And then I'll move on to .2. .2 has to do with Miami. And the future under crystal, I think after many meteor for years, they get the best arguably recruiter in the countries of course, I'm going to Alabama follower, but I'm taking up for Jimbo here. And what the exchange in some ways and how this can be brought to an end. If you've already heard that, I'll just move on to crystal ball. There's been a lot of there's been a lot of Miami sniping on this. I know. A lot of my guy who hates Alabama, JK. It's like, look, you features bright, man. You got the best recruiter in the country. He's a good coach, but he recruits and four or 5 years. It will be right up there and there are number one. Just be patient. You'll see improvement this season. It's just like Saban when he first came. He didn't win always games. It took till 2010 now. It took him three years, full years, he won the national championship, January of 2011. And then their persistent number one, they lost two games, which I sort of lost in South Carolina. Give me a break. And the last auburn that year, Cam Newton auburn, they had a 24 point lead. It was painful to watch. I disagree. I thought that was I thought that was quite a technique, but Tom were up against it, all right? I appreciate you calling in. Tom, by the way, had like a real sort of dramatic voice. Yeah, I like that. Like a history. Like a history podcast, like a slow build. We've talked a lot about Miami, but Miami faces the challenges that I think a lot of people outside of the SEC and the Big Ten face, which is getting big men and skilled players in the same place at the same time. Sometimes get one, some teams get the other. If you can get guys along the line and a solid quarterback, which is the thing that Miami hasn't had. Like, we'll see. Tyler Van Dyke. I know. He's coming on. I like him, but we got to prove it. Well, Ross Ross dellinger of sports illustrator who we had on earlier in the show made this point. This, all these teams sort of making the most chatter about NIL right now, are these programs that have been also rans in the recent past, yet have a pass that goes a little bit farther back that has quite a little bit of success in the 80s and the 90s, Tennessee, Miami, a and M a and M a little bit further back in the 80s in the 90s. But they have at least some sort of success and they are trying like all hell to get back to that. And in so doing, they are making the most noise on their way there. Which is what I think is interesting about this whole subplot here. Yeah, let's go ahead and take another call. Line four. Line four row from Boston. Guys, what's going on? First of all, I want to give a shout out to the split.
AP News Radio
Jayhawks rally, rock North Carolina 72-69 to win NCAA title
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UNC's Bacot leaves no suspense on his title-game status
"A a meeting meeting of of blue blue bloods bloods will will decide decide the the college college basketball basketball men's men's national national championship championship the the tar tar heels heels last last one one in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen and and are are seeking seeking their their seventh seventh title title in in their their twelfth twelfth appearance appearance but but first first under under first first year year head head coach coach Hubert Hubert Davis Davis the the foundation foundation of of Carolina Carolina basketball basketball will will always always be be here here because because it's it's been been tried tried tested tested and and proven proven successful successful and and I've I've experienced experienced it it meanwhile meanwhile the the J. J. hawks hawks are are in in pursuit pursuit of of a a fourth fourth title title and and their their tenth tenth appearance appearance and and the the school's school's first first title title since since two two thousand thousand eight eight in in coach coach bill bill self's self's fifth fifth season season you you have have an an opportunity opportunity to to be be in in the the game game most most years years you you need need to to take take advantage advantage of of that that the the game game is is a a rematch rematch of of the the nineteen nineteen fifty fifty seven seven national national championship championship that that saw saw North North Carolina Carolina prevail prevail over over a a wilt wilt chamberlain chamberlain led led Kansas Kansas team team fifty fifty four four fifty fifty three three in in overtime overtime I'm I'm getting getting called called off off
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Is the Democratic Party Irrevocably Disconnected From Reality?
"Professor Hansen noted, this is what the vice president had to say by way of comparison today. For the January 6th attacks. It's that occupy. Not only a place on our calendars. But a place in our collective memory. December 7th, 1941. September 11th, 2001. And January 6th, 2021. So two events that were done by foreign actors each of which killed 3000 individuals and an event in which one person died who was actually one of the protesters shot by a police officer. It leads me to this question professor Hansen. Is the Democrat party irrevocably disconnected from reality that they can make? A speech writer or speech writers had to write that. Somebody had to okay it and then the vice president had to read it. What does this tell us about that party? Yeah, I think our problem is that we're using these ossified terms, Democratic Party. This is not a Democratic Party. It's not Hubert Humphrey. It's not Bill Clinton. It's not even Barack Obama's who was a radical progressive. This is something different. This is if I use the French revolutionary term, it's a jacobin Neal Bolshevik party. And their idea is that the more the more radical you are, the more gains and power you accumulate. And when you fail, it's not because you were too extreme, but because you were not radical enough, we saw that after the Virginia setback, they felt the problem was that we weren't radical enough. So Kamala Harris and the other thing I don't understand this is that by mutual consensus, she's pulling about democratic Republicans together. She's probably in about 25% to 30% approval. And why would you put her out there with such nonsense because the stereotype of her is that she's historically ignorant and clueless about past and present. Then you put her out there and she confirms all of these generalizations about her. I don't quite
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"hubert" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
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"hubert" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"How important is it? As a leader, to be liked, how important is it to you that the people who work around you like you? I would say it's not about being liked. In fact, there is a danger if you're self centered. I believe that the greatest danger for all of us as leaders irrespective of the level at which a leader in the company is if you're seduced by the attraction of power, fame, glory or money. If your ego is what you're trying to serve, this is a huge denture. I'm not saying you should not be liked. You have to be in some level for people to be feel motivated to really deliver to inspire. Which is very, so there's a question of who are you serving as a leader? If you believe you're serving yourself or your boss or the CEO of the company, I tell actually leaders, it's actually okay. But I don't think you should work here. You're not going to be happy. You have a choice, but you should not work here. If you believe, on the other end that you're serving other servants, being people on the front line, and you're always the leader is to serve the servants, then this is much more meaningful. So your role as a leader is indeed to inspire and I believe for a long time that being smart was really important, but that's not my rule as leaders not to be the smartest person in the room. In fact, there is a danger of trying to appeal like this and make sure that everybody knows how much in the room nobody can make a decision. And it's not very inspiring and going to get anywhere. Your role is it measures your role as a leader is to create an environment in which others can be successful. We call this one of our values at best base and least a pair of the people squeeze their environment in which people want to come to work and do great things. How do you make sure that Best Buy stays innovative? I mean, there's so many disruptors and potential disruptors there's obviously there's direct to consumers a big trend I'm wearing allbirds. I got my electric bike directly from the manufacturer. How do you create or make sure that the people who are working with you are innovating are disrupting internally? Yes. And so after the turnaround phase, after renewable, we entered it in a new phase, which we've called building the new blue. Best by 2020 building. How do we reinvent the company for the future? And how do you do that? Went back to what other needs of the customers that we can address. One of the needs we're trying to address is health. We have a focus on aging seniors. Helping them live their life independently longer in their home with the help of technology. We acquired a company to help us do this company out of San Diego called great call. You know, we all have aging parents, right? And through the sensors and analytics and artificial intelligence and care centers, we try to detect changes in behavioral patterns. So if you stop gaining to the kitchen, probably you're not eating or the bathroom of united well. And then we create an intervention to make sure that it gets taken care of. And so this has the impact of helping them live independently longer and then preventing catastrophic events like falls. And of course, which reduces healthcare costs. And we're setting this service through Medicare advantage providers. So in the insurance companies or the Kaiser permanente of this world, and so this is something that never touches our stores. We leverage our gear agents because you need to install these devices in people's homes and make sure they keep running because it's a matter of life or death in many cases. And so by going to the true need of the customer and seeing how we can use technology to meet these needs, we create a new market on new opportunity and make a big difference in people's lives. It sounds like what you're saying is that your competitive advantage is that you're selling the thing you're selling is human interaction. It's a combination of touch and tech. And technology against increasingly exciting, but many of us need help with that. And so it's allowed us to innovate in a way where it's really high for anybody else to compete. Sure. Hubert, looking down the road, right? I mean, is in ten or 20 years, is best by going to be, what do you imagine? There's tons of people out there who say, look, Amazon, but whole foods, maybe they'll buy Best Buy and that will be their answer to the Apple stores or their answer to the Samsung or whatever it might be. Exactly what it looks like 20 years from now is hard to predict. Because we're going to continue to innovate and if we're continue to be driven by this by the sense of purpose and mission and being a human purposeful company, I think we're going to continue to do a great things. At the same time, we have to remain very modest and humble invertible and know that if we don't challenge ourselves, bad things can happen to us. Do you think that you were born with leadership qualities? Were you born with the ability to lead or do you think you learned how to do that? I was not born with that. All sorts of greats, but leadership is something that I feel I learned over many, many years, and I learned it from other individuals observing great leaders, learning from them when I watch some of our front liners and my stool GMs. My view is when my next life, I want to come back just like us. There's a story about a story that I was visiting and store in Boston. In that store GM asked each one of the employees. What is your dream? In your life, at Best Buy, what is your dream? In my job as the store general manager is to help you achieve your dream..
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"hubert" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"You're going to have access to the best technology in the world. You're going to see Google there. You're going to see Apple there because the Amazon there. We have Samsung. Take any major tech company. They have a significant presence associates specially trained. You're going to be able to understand what's possible with technology, because technology innovation is wonderful. Many of us, we don't always know what's possible with system to choose. How everything is going to work together and how to keep it going. And so you need help with one help and where the place where you can see the technology and get good advice. So you're like, you're like Switzerland. Ear neutral, everyone's there, and I like the idea of the coliseum. Okay. Where it's exciting. Right. Switzerland is exciting for skiing, but I'm not sure it's exciting. I want to ask you about customer service, right? Because one of the obvious advantages of going into a store is you can ask for expertise and help from a customer service rep. My impression is that that was true at one time in history in America. You went into a Macy's or a JCPenney or a Bloomingdale's Neiman Marcus, you get really, you get expertise. The people offering you customer service had jobs that could sustain a middle class life. Is that model still possible today? Absolutely. And I need to walk you through a little bit how we're thinking about this. In a sense, after the turnaround phase, we worked on defining reason for being, who do we want to be purpose? And the way we've thought about our strategy, we don't think of ourselves as a retailer selling gadgets. We have a much bigger purpose. Our purpose is to enrich lives through technology by addressing key human needs. In the human needs we're talking about our entertainment, communication, productivity, security, food preparation, and health and wellness. So if you're working to our stores or online or we go to your home, what are you trying to accomplish? If you're interested in the TV, what is it for? Is it you like to entertain with sports? Would you like to watch movies or do you have kids that play video games? What are you trying to accomplish? I remember a story in our Mountain View store here. A woman walks into the store. And she's looking for headphones. And antoni vu who is the sale supervisor who talks to her, doesn't ask her what kind of headphones would you like what features. He asked her, what are you going to use them for? Get a run, are you going to exactly? She said, this is for the office. And so it's important to me that I can hear my coworkers, if they ask me a question and so forth. And so if I'm be sold her one of the least expensive headphones, because he wanted to meet her needs. Yeah. And so that's in order to fulfill that mission. We have the employees, whether they're working the stores, the blue shirts or the gecko agents, so people who are merchants or work on the site, a data scientist, they are interested in pursuing this purpose and being helpful to customers. So the store employees, they're going to be, of course, very knowledgeable about products. And they're going to have this wonderful human attribute of being able to have a dialog and understand what you're looking for. And then matching your needs with the technology. In a full employment market, we've been able to reduce the turnover in the stores to about to less than 30% from 60% a few years. And in general, in the consumer in the retail space, it's high. Yes, and 30% is remarkably low. In fact, there's some pockets of frontline employees like in home advisers where the turnover is like 8%. And these are, these are celery full-time sales position. Where are you going to be able to raise a family with that job? And so we've created an environment in which people can have an exciting job can have a career. And further they are doing great things for the people they're interacting with. So I want to get back to something you mentioned earlier in the interview by Milton Friedman, of course, the famous economist, who really, many people say is responsible for the idea that today, corporations believe that their primary fiduciary responsibility is to their shareholders, which means the CEO is focused on the stock price and on the board's demands and on shareholder value because they have to be. There is an increasing criticism of this view. We see where this movie has headed. Yes. Vast inequality in the U.S., right? When I was a kid, my best friend's dad worked to Marshalls. He raised a family, he worked to Marshals. That is virtually impossible in the biggest metro areas today in America. Is there, do you think there's a connection between that Milton Friedman view of the world and what has happened with corporate America with employees of corporations? I think there is an increasing view that the Milton Friedman view is deeply flawed. And certainly I believe that there is a completely different perspective. I don't believe for a second that the purpose of a company is to make money. You have to make money, of course, because otherwise you couldn't pay senators and invest in the business. And it's actually okay to reward the shareholders in fact that this by the share price has gone from $11 to 67 or something like this. But there's a big difference between a necessity and a purpose. And so I've been passionate about this topic for many, many years. This really 5 key beliefs. The first one is the view that as human beings were driven by finding the meaning of our life. Meaningful life is a very important question for all of us. And because work is an important part of our life, work is an essential element of our humanity and it'd be good if we could be connected to the search for many in our life. That's the first belief. The second belief is the idea that a company at the end of the day is a human organization, made of individuals working together in pursuit of a certain goal. And third believe is indeed the fact that the purpose of a company is not to make money. It's to contribute to the common good. And at Best Buy it's to enrich life through technology by addressing key human needs. If you're not clear, but why you exist in what service you provide to society, this is not good. The next believe is the idea that in fact, magic happens at a company. If you can connect the search for meaning with the purpose of the company, if people are the company can build human interactions, meaningful human interactions with their colleagues and with their customers with the vendors. If they can acquire skills and become masters of certain skills, if they have autonomy, and if they're in a gross environment, if you can create this environment, then extraordinary things happen for all stakeholders. As a company, we need to serve all of the stakeholders, our customers, our employees, our vendors, our shareholders, and the communities in which we operate. And by the way, there is no need for any tradeoff between these things because it's by simultaneously doing a great job for these various committees and aligning all of these communities in pursuit of the purpose that you create great outcome for all of them. And to their Best Buy not perfect, but the customers love is much more than they did 7 years ago. The employees are happy. The vendors have seen what we can do for them. We've had one of the top tall shareholder return for customers and try to be good citizens. Ironically, I think you get to a better outcome for shareholders through this approach than being singularly focused on shareholders..
Wisdom From The Top
"hubert" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"hubert" Discussed on The Lead
"Then the question of course is how does it work? What does he have to work with at the moment? And how do you think UNC stacks up talent wise against other ACC programs? Yeah, well, the good news for Hubert is, I think the ACC honestly this year is about as wide open as it's been in a few years. I mean, you know, duke is going to be good, but they're not like one of the greatest duke teams Virginia is sort of transitioning a little bit. Other teams such as Virginia tech are going to be interesting, but there's no program that you're just like, well, they're unbeatable. I think the ACC is there for the taking and certainly Carolina. They've got great players. And yet another duke turnover and Caleb love slams it down and drove him foul. He's big, he's strong and he's athletic and that was a big time play by the freshman to start out his duke Carolina career. They've got, you know, Caleb love, I think that he's gonna play a little bit more off the ball this year, which will be good for them if they can put RJ Davis at the point that kind of gives them two guys in the backcourt that can really do things and mix things up. Davis has a big guy with never mind. What a steal by RJ Davis reaching behind with that left hand man that's a big time play by RJ Davis. He's got a great transfer in Dawson Garcia from marquette. He is one of those big that can play all over the place offensively and defensively. So he's got the players to get things done this year and I'm really curious to see how the ACC is going to shake out myself. So you've made the case that people underestimate Hubert Davis at their own risk. What does he have to achieve to be considered successful? I think it's unreasonable to expect, you know, the final four in his first year, certainly, this team is good enough to make the NCA tournament. And I think if they don't, that's a problem, honestly. I really do bar and injuries and something catastrophic. They're good enough to make the NCA tournament. Long haul. I mean, he's already out there winning recruits. He's already out there putting his mark on the program. It's not like Carolina is lost its luster. Again, he's coming in and interesting time. Mike chasey is retiring, obviously, so now it's Hubert Davis and John Shire in the triangle trying to both establish themselves, which makes things very interesting. Look, the Carolina bar is exceptionally high. It's not a bar where you just say we make the NCA tournament every couple of years we're happy if we make it to the sweet 16. It's every couple of years you win a national championship. That's what you're expected to do. And he knows that. I think it's fair to say he needs to keep this program elevated as a national program to get great players to keep them at the top of the ACC. And again, I'm not saying he's going to make the final four, but you have to prove that you're able to reach sort of the lowest rung on the ladder first. Dana thinks is always for coming on the show and be careful out there in those college basketball arenas. I absolutely want to show how some court store means I'll have to Dodge. You can read data O'Neill's story about Hubert Davis, and follow all of her college basketball coverage at the athletic dot com. From wondering the athletic, I'm on your cultural. Thanks for listening. To hear more of the lead, you can follow us on Amazon music Spotify and Apple podcasts, or to listen to us on your Alexa enabled device, just say Alexa play the lead podcast. The hardest gift to buy is the one that doesn't break the bank, but also says I care about you. If you're searching for that perfect affordable gift that also shows you've put some thought into it, we've got just what you need, a subscription to 1° plus. You can share the gift of today's top podcasts like smartless, even the rich and doctor death for a full year all ad free. And for a limited time only under $30 with this limited time offer. Visit wondery dot com to buy now. Tis the season.
"hubert" Discussed on The Lead
Terry Meiners and Company
Roger Federer Knocked out of Wimbledon by Hubert Hurkacz at Quarterfinal Stage
"It's not a shocker that he lost. That's a shocker that He went. He lost six. So when the third said, that's never happened to him at Wimbledon to get a goose egg to get a bagel. Like what? It was tough, Um man from Poland, named her cats bested Federer, 6376 and 60 at Wimbledon earlier today. Um Bertini think his first name's Matteo. Excuse me. Bested Felix Alice. Mm. Um, Canada. He advances and, of course, Djokovic, a winner in straight sets today, as is Shep evolve, and so there's your Final four in men's singles at Wimbledon, and that's going to open the door for Novak Djokovic to tie Federer and not the dollar 20 right, correct. He's going. I mean, obviously the number one seed, but now that Roger's out More clearly the favorite. I would think so.
AP News Radio
Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93
"Former vice president Walter Mondale a liberal icon for Minnesota has died at the age of ninety three in nineteen sixty four Walter Mondale was appointed to Minnesota's U. S. Senate seat replacing his mentor Hubert Humphrey Mondale was known for his advocacy of social issues in nineteen seventy six he was Jimmy Carter's running mate when they unseated Gerald Ford Carter saying some thirty years later I felt the vice president be the best one to give me the help I needed I never had served in Boston before as you know and Chris was express NO eulogizing Mondale as the best vice president in our country's history Mondale unsuccessfully ran for president in nineteen eighty four choosing a woman as his running mate losing to Ronald Reagan in a landslide he served as ambassador to Japan in the nineties Mondale's wife Joan died in twenty fourteen three years after their daughter Eleanor Mondale is survived by two sons Jackie Quinn Washington
Jets trade QB Sam Darnold to Panthers for 3 picks
"The Carolina Panthers. Today. The Jets ended up getting three picks from Carolina One is the sixth rounder in the draft that's set to begin at the end of the month. And then they got two picks in 2022, a second rounder and 1/4 round pick in college basketball. Hubert Davis is
Jets trade Darnold to Panthers for 3 draft picks
"Round pick in the draft That comes up later on this month. Plus 2nd and 4th Round picks in 2022. There are reports that the Panthers now may look to trade or restructure the contract of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater that from the NFL network. But again, the Jets traded quarterback Sam Darnel to the Panthers University of North Carolina has got a new men's basketball coach. I'm Hubert Davis, and I'm a Tar heel.
North Carolina Tar Heels basketball coach Roy Williams retires
"North Carolina coach Roy Williams announced his retirement after 18 seasons coaching the Tar Heels. I feel very fortunate that we've had him for so long, it's such a high level. One of the great coaches in the game of basketball more reaction to the retirement of UNC legend Roy Williams with over 900 wins and three national championships to his name. When asked about why he chose to retire now, Williams said, quote every time somebody asked me how long I was going to go. I'd always say as long as my health allows me to do it, But deep down inside, I knew the only thing that would speed that up. Was if I did not feel that I was any longer the right man for the job. I no longer feel that I'm the right man for the job. Williams went unbeaten in March Madness first round matchups. 29 You know until this year, the first round loss to Wisconsin breaking the streak. Sixers Garden national champion with UNC Danny Greene talked on Keyshawn J. Will and Zubin about his former coach, and what made him so legendary. He's been doing a strong as I've been alive and he's been a legend since then, since before probably I was born and he's a legendary stuff before me and during my time there and after He's one. You know a number of championships, and that's not even that doesn't speak on his success to me what he's done off the court and what he's pledged that school in other schools, eyes helped out in the community there, North Carolina and you know not just there, but many places in the world. So to me, that just speaks legendary. You know, outside the court just many ways you could be, um You know, a legend is many ways. You can be a hero. As many ways you could be a champion and world wins is the definition of all those. Those things even said the in before I was born. ESPN College basketball analyst Jay Billa spoke on Spain and Fitz about who could be a successor to Williams at UNC. I think it'll have to be somebody within the Carolina family. So the first thing you think of his Hubert Davis, who played there for Dean Smith, that has been a system under Roy Williams, the last 89 years. Some like that, and Um, you know, the only the only thing that people would bring up with Hubert is he has not yet been a head coach, but he's played a million years. The MBA there, you know, Roy Williams had never been a head coach when he took over Kansas, so I'm not all hung up on this head Coach thing. I think it's great. I'd rather I'd rather have Ah, someone with head coaching experience that not, But when you got somebody's got his Hubert, I wouldn't hesitate to make that higher. But also that the other one that I think Will be right in the mix of those West Miller, the head coach of UNC Greensboro, He played for Roy Williams on the 05 National championship team as backup guard and he's been an outstanding music, really young head coach. UNC Greensboro, and he's done really well there, but for the last couple of tournaments that were held, and he had a really good team this year with Isaiah Miller is his best player, making the double A. So he's He's another really good option
Human Factor Security
"hubert" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"You're just you're skimming your inbox. Your phone you're not looking for clues. You're not thinking about getting attacked. You just tried to triage right. What do i have to deal with right now. I don't want to. What can i put until just delete. It's just too much. there's too much going on. I can't deal right now. And that's when that lures is gonna get in and it. And i left it to try and explain this to people especially older friends and family. That aren't technologists right. The lure doesn't have to be perfect. Just has to be good enough that in the first ten seconds you have to believe it. Click the link. Open the attachment. Call the phone number. Do whatever at church this being so many in texas that this been lots in texas based on. I actually put a little mini blog. A little mini commentary on an article about a lot at the scams that will come through in taxes. You know to do with getting people pakalitha and running give you the gas give you the worser so cruel because it's such a basic thing that people you just yes thank goodness. Let's do it you know. There's one that was announced. Yesterday that i thought was really interesting. I think the company was austin energy. Local energy provider warned. Its customers that scammers were calling able directly saying. Hey you got this massive bill that you haven't paid you don't get it paid we're gonna cut off your Your power we're going to cut off you know whatever your join utilities gas water. Whatever i need to pay immediately over the phone with a gift card or else were to take power away. now this is just scummy. Behavior gets taken advantage of people who are still shell-shocked really horrible week and using something that just happens to have greater emotional resonance and it works. Because that's what criminals gonna do right. They're going to hit you when they're down when you're down so that they can better trick you into doing whatever they want. He'll steal your computer giving money. Whatever until we we actually accept that. We are going to be attacked. It's hard to remember. We have to stay in a defensive mindsets. I mean absolutely and i just i really realized i was going to be talking to you and in that way you lived and everything it just really hit me this type of away in that we need to do. We need to spread beyond the way. Place really onion. The blog is a great way of doing it. So now i love it. I am again it. Yeah like i say. I've kindled the all so that i can read them. I'm and i'm looking whatever i'd say. Fawn tied to her mandate. It's people the the you know this book's about a security awareness about bosses about office cowboys and which is great. Because it's texas-based person right now. Offers cowboys received here. Dysfunctional company coaches and lots of different things so we will point the listeners to your a blog onto the where they can buy the books and we really appreciate you coming on and talking about it especially in the middle of what is obviously quite an eventful time where you live. Everything has to be exciting. Why that's the new normal. Well we'll call you next time on the rain of frogs or whatever it is a comes but for now now what should be in on the human factor. Security talk cast kyle. It's been fantastic talking with..
Human Factor Security
"hubert" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"I hate that i just little things got a really good point. Sorry go on six. He was sick of the bs around. I read i guess as well on an back when i was a squadron. Commander i mean i was constantly recruiting. a drop by the routers office every day to check in see how things were go might potentially be interested in cyber. They'd have to sit down and chat with them about the field And i also tons of actual formal position interviews far fulltime staff. I think over the ten. Plus years i was in command. We went we brought on about three hundred and fifty people ultimate not just for my organization. But just you. I go help recruit for someone else just to try and get talented and in process. I started realizing everything that i had been formally taught in university by the different Headhunters i'd worked with By the business school people that would come in and regularly you know supposedly develop us. What they taught us was garbage. They were wasting. Everyone's time against where you could not make an accurate and informed decision either by us. The candidate tried to see if this company. So you wanna work for were if you're the hiring board. This person you brought in is actually going to be useful for you. It's not fair to anyone in the process. So i started teaching. My staff had an interview and doing wilder and wilder interviews and dennis. Her write it all down and that became the book. And that's what made it all worthwhile. I've only know three people but three people that i personally know friends of mine. Use that book and got much better job now. Maybe that's all. I'm ever going to come out right. But for those three people getting a chance to leave a bad work situation to something that was more emotionally fulfilling were professionally appropriate age better better benefits. That was a huge stack up for them. And that's kind of what. I think we're supposed to be doing. We've only got so much time will be using it to help one another and so every call a shot in the dark. Maybe it's going to help someone. Maybe welsh hopefully it does and if it did then all the effort was worth us but one of the ones that nate mason. I really loved. And you've also. I suppose shady so plans to the current situation an rex today..
Human Factor Security
"hubert" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Like just. It made me go. Oh this is actually a global thing absolutely as hotlinks because these on amazon and their arm that the kennel visions particularly these collected columns right. Yeah absolutely so what. I started with With lines down. I approach me to do a be a guest blogger for them for a couple of rounds of they reached out to two dozen people and we all submitted something. And then i guess my first one or two over okay. as the number of writers out shrunk the us bill. There started getting a little bit more attention and after a couple of months. I said hey. Do you wanna start submitting things on the regular absolutely and i. I didn't know what i wanted to say. Yeah i realize. I've got this platform is just talking about this. Technology might be nice. Let's do something that can actually least remind era focus. What's gonna help people. Well a good story behind making a mistake. Sounds like a really good idea. And most of the best stories. I realized in my pressure doing this the stories. Where you're you're actually coming out and saying this was a terrible idea. Don't do this whether you did it or member. Your team did it. Whatever but instead of trying to make yourself out to conquering hero. Which i've seen so many white papers and business studies or whatnot. You know here. it amalgamated corporation. We implemented make something up. Ibm's new dishwasher and now we're the best in the industry. Okay great. that doesn't actually help me because that's a self serving story and you're probably trying to burnish brand so the first time actually got we'll the only time i get to come out and actually present. It was the European infosec summit in twenty fourteen. I decided to come out and do a presentation and do it in a way. Probably no one else. That weekend was going to say anything. So i didn't hit the station. Look everyone. I'm sorry about my accent. I may be a little bit hard to understand. I'm like an american. But i'm from texas. Where we we live next door and we also have something cultural that. You probably don't have right. What i've noticed my friends in the uk and really a lot of northern europe when y'all have a disaster race something goes terribly wrong with the company. What do you do. Well you got that classic stiff upper lip stiffen your spine and you endure stoically silently. Wait for the damage to pass and recovered with dignity near from say anything. We have a disaster. The first thing we do is yell. Will you.
Human Factor Security
"hubert" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Core age disaster or ranna toads and he'd gone through all of the investment and the practice and make sure they knew what they were going to do so we did the same thing from a household standpoint. Now it was dumb luck that we didn't have our powercuts kind of all right. We got an at twenty and it worked out for us. I could just as well go the other way. Just a couple of blocks. Stop the grocery store that we really shop at lost power. Lost all of their perishables dry again role of the dice. But we had you know. Prep the outside faucets with installation. We were running all the faucets inside the house. Keep the drip going each and we were like we were inspecting the pipes that we could reach all day every day so as soon as my wife noticed. One of the waterline freezing up. She was in there. Like shot with a hairdryer trying to that hype to make. Sure we kept the water flowing stocked. Up on food we'd stocked up on portable water All of these. We thought we might need to do including firewood in case and it was again dumb. Luck my sister-in-law she and her kids they lost power loss heating right. It's a lot of places down here. Don't have gas headed house. We don't were electric for everything. We lose electricity. We were done so we brought my sister-in-law her kids and her dog and we just doubled up in the house for the rest of the week until it was safe for them to go back home. You know it again. Part of his planning parts luck and you can't ever plan for luck as one of your critical project factors now. I mean i watch some of. It's just not being completely. Don't i suppose because i was reading. You know one of the things she said in the oscar and you know this these collins gottlieb's experience on all sorts of security stuff. I've got searching both phase because it's just so so odd but one of the things that they've make me smile was i. Am i being full into a tweet thrives from sasi in taxes. He said that they fully not with their a member of the family of a politics. She may dislike member for family and she was kind of laughing because she said they were big practice. But yeah it's an electric. Yes new says if you've got Make sure khanna if you beat now to count on it just made me laugh so much because the you say some of its look some of its look but most of it is a way of thinking. I think you know. And the reason that i kind of say that Particularly interested to put that to you is because i will. You wrote articles an in that article. You say you know people you actually say folks tolerate preventable because they lay into dividend way. I sort of wondered. There's a lot to be john here for business. Continuity and and the way businesses operate is well as oh absolutely unconvinced right we learn a ton of our personal habits of through social proof right we we watch other people who either are more successful or at least perceived as being more successful and we slowly start to act like them now. I think it's one of the reasons why i've been able to make a career out of. It insecurities i hung around with a bunch of smart kids In university. I wanted to get into tech when i was in high school. We got our very first how to program in basic in eighth grade on the apple. Two this stuff is great but my family could never afford a computer. No by the time. I got to university. I still couldn't afford computer. I went with my typewriter..
Human Factor Security
"hubert" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Www dot human factor security dot co dot uk and on youtube as human factor security channel and on social media as the people hacker jeddah. Welcome back to another episode of the human factor. Security podcast with me your host jenny with the people hakka to licenses to welcome today's guest kyle met was recently on a tight tokyo's may had security innuendos chain. Acc is a regular columnist for business reporter and he's a fellow at tesa because he he also writes regularly for ties. Well to the show. Your and i'm glad that you're okay and that you could get here because you come into us from taxes in the middle of what is it. I mean i've been reading your articles on this but you code. They said it's the worst winter storm. Oh i didn't think. Texas got snow. We really don't i mean the last big snowstorm Was like twenty thirteen twenty fourteen and before that there was a complete surprise snow and ice storm in two thousand eleven when we were doing something with a large sports event i honestly wasn't paying much attention but it was after twenty eleven that there were failures that the people in charge of our power grid came down and said. Here's all the things we need to do. Make sure this never happens again. He had all the politicians not along as it will will totally do that and then did nothing and exactly the same thing happens. They did nothing. I mean really nothing. Is that right. Well they did make sure that they maximize their own profits. So that's good priorities. 'cause we have a similar thing with floods in the uk. We've had lots of little towns and villages fluids multiple times a after politicians a defense in adequate people lose their homes and things. So you know we kinda familiar in the uk with things like this sort of not being fixed. But but i mean this is he said money articles. What next raymond frogs. We don't know but this is a biblical thing that's up to tax right in the middle of the pandemic as well. I mean it's something else i mean. You said that you were okay. But your family's family less power morrison at a completely right. I mean tells us about what it's be lake. It was a little bit stressful. I mean you ex used to things like that right down on the gulf coast. We get hurricanes every year and of course houston just gets pounded. I feel really bad for houston up in the north part of texas. We get a tornado's Pretty much starting in the end of winter and going until will the winter the next year. And you can't really do much about those other than like at least houston and build better drainage and whatnot tornadoes early. Nothing you can do but look at the window and say yep that's gonna hurt but this winter storm you can prepare. That's what i was trying to argue in kala. Was that a good business. Continuity zest recovery requires preparations. You can't just win it. We all the my friends back talk to the work for the companies that are on the ball they were planning for things like the pandemic.
Mac OS Ken
Institutions still underweight on AAPL despite strong 2020 growth
"Institutional ownership of apple. Shares is near an all time high according to morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber d but it is nowhere near enough and harassed mation could be helpful at this point to find out what institutional ownership is according to the site investo pedia institutional ownership is the amount of the company's available stock owned by mutual or pension funds insurance companies investment firms private foundations endowments or other large entities that manage funds on behalf of others. The site goes onto. Explain that once those institutions get into a company. They tend to stay there for a while. Not only this pulling shares out of circulation raise the value of shares outstanding. Their decision to get in can lead other investors to do the same despite being near all time highs institutional ship of apple is still under weight according to a note from hubert to clients posted on apple three not. Oh the way she and hers. Apple is likely to see revenue growth of twenty two percent in fiscal year. Twenty twenty one and earnings per share growth of thirty six percent. That's based on a few numbers. That i wish i understood but i sadly do not
News Radio 1190 KEX
"hubert" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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Mac OS Ken
Morgan Stanley releases tech growth predictions
"Wednesday was a busy day for morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber hubert over at apple. Three dot oh philip. Elmer dewitt had two notes from the hugh land on his desk. The first predicts growth for the mac this quarter with an asterisk while the second and with a higher price target for apple shares. We'll start with the first one since she did. Computers are all rage right now in ways that surprise. Even huber d. She cites recent number from industry tracker. Id see that. Show-piece shipments ninety one point six million units last quarter that represents growth of twenty six percent year-over-year and beats her firm's own expectation by ten percent. While twenty six percent is significant it is not the phenomenal growth to which i was referring. According to her note hubert he predicts ninety percent p. c. growth for the current quarter. Though you kind of have to ball up such comparisons and toss them out for the march quarter of twenty twenty. We had just come off the holidays while they were starting to be concerned about corona virus the collective. We didn't actually stop going to the office until the middle of march even if we had all gone out and bought computers that day most of the quarter would have been spent not spending on laptops and desktops. And my saying you can ball up that ninety percent comparison and toss it out or put an asterisk beside it at the very least
"hubert" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Dashing Hubert seats are available at participating restaurants. In the final days of the Trump administration. The White House has found a way to ruffle feathers in Beijing yesterday as Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced that self imposed restrictions on the relationship between the U. S and Taiwan were being lifted. The secretary said the longstanding restrictions were designed to appease China's communist regime, which claims Taiwan as its own territory. Next week, the U. S ambassador to the United Nations will visit Taiwan. China is warning the U. S. Will pay a heavy price efforts to recall California's Democratic governor Gavin Newsom, are picking up steam. This is the sixth time that voters have tried to recall Newsome, but it's the first time such an effort has coincided with a pandemic, which has critics up in arms over the governor's response. The L A Times reporting that within a month of Newsome going to that ill advised dinner at the French laundry, the recall effort collected More than 420,000 signatures. That's 380,000 more than what was collected in the five months. Prior. Fox is Christina Coleman, the group behind the recall needs to collect another 500,000 signatures by mid March. Newsome took office in January of 2019. The grand opening may not have been all that grand like it was in other states. But there's certainly a market in Maine for recreational marijuana. It hasn't been a huge rollout, but the state of Maine is seeing steady increases in sales since approving recreational marijuana. Back in 2016. It took four years for Maine lawmakers to put together a system for legal pot that finally went online this past October, with more than $1 million in sales, followed by 1.2 million in November, and nearly $2 million in December. By comparison, sales in Massachusetts have topped $1 billion since 2018. Maine is now home to 15 marijuana stores. Paul Stevens, Fox News and I'm Hand crews out Fox News. From the ex URGENT temporal Skinner thermometer. Weather says report is sponsored by the Crones and Colitis Foundation a cold beginning for our Sunday but with sunshine later in the day will warm into the upper forties. More clouds tonight with a low of 33, then a likely rain snow sleet mix early on Monday morning. But in the afternoon cloudy skies with a high of 46 in the.
Florida Gators Star Keyontae Johnson Collapses On Court
"Basketball Basketball star star Cheon Cheon take take Johnson Johnson went went to to the the hospital hospital in in critical critical condition condition after after collapsing collapsing on on the the court court during during the the first first half half of of the the Gators Gators game game against against Florida Florida State State Saturday. Saturday. Chianti Chianti Johnson came out of the huddle after the time out and came down and fell flat on his face. Make Hubert on the Gators. I am the sports network said that medics took Johnson off the floor on a stretcher. Florida coach Mike White State and Tallahassee to be with Johnson, Florida State won the game. A
Florida's Johnson hospitalized after collapsing on court
"Gators basketball star Chianti Johnson went to the hospital in critical condition after collapsing on the court during the first half of the Gators game against Florida State Saturday. Chianti Johnson came out of the huddle after the time out and came down and fell flat on his face. Make Hubert on the Gators. I m G Sports network said that medics took Johnson off the floor on a stretcher. Florida coach Mike White State and Tallahassee to be with Johnson, Florida State won the game
Mac OS Ken
Why This Could Be a Huge Holiday Quarter for Apple
"Apple is set for a record holiday quarter that is the thinking of morgan stanley analyst. Katie hubert philip elmer dewitt's apple three dot o. Ran part of a research note of hubertus this week. According to that is entering the holiday period with its strongest portfolio products and services in years eighty percent of which have been refreshed in the last twelve months and quarter to date. We've seen a number of positive data points. We believe can lead to a record. December quarter that is under appreciated by consensus. We expect apple to beat december quarter forecast reflected in our four percent above consensus revenue and five percent above consensus. Eps estimate calling out a couple of product specifically. She's ended the continued waits for phones in the iphone twelve line. She's also seeing signs. That iphone picked up market share in china in october as domestic smartphone makers lost share turning her. Focus to the max. She has liking the positive reviews from the tech community for the recently released. M one max here again. She has also pleased by how the machines are to get waits for. The max will likely lead to double digit growth for the machine in the march. Quarter in her. Estimation huber. d has hasn't overweight raining on apple shares. Her price target on the shares is one hundred thirty six dollars
How Will Smith and Janet Hubert settle their decades-long feud on 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reunion'
"So we'll and the first vibe. Janet hubert made amends during the fresh prince of bel-air reunion which just premiered on. hbo maximum. They both admitted in hard time for them over the years then genuine deep into just how much the feud cost her. When i left the show. I have this new baby and no one. Family disowned me. Hollywood disowned me. What you didn't realize either. That i was going through a lot at home right. You can no no very abusive marriage. You know i have. Children been divorced and second marriage and i can see now the level of pain and the level of struggle. But you know those words calling a black woman. Difficult in hollywood is to kiss of death death in your baskin back. When the president i wanna be is someone who protects you not someone at unleashes dodds. Wow so that was pretty deep. Why do you guys think it took them so long to finally have this heart to heart conversation. I'm actually surprised that didn't happen sooner off camera surprise at all that it didn't happen sooner. You know when you're in a feud with samadi and it's fresh and it hurts and then after a few months after a year five years goes by you. Just have a hard place for that person. You're not mad at them but you just don't wish them well. I think they got so use of that. Feeling of anger towards one another that just became a part of their lives and they probably for a long time. Didn't even realize and god what that feud was even a bout because it had been twenty seven years. Oh i disagree see. I don't think she's forgotten. What that feud is about for one second. I first of all. I started watching this last night and then stopped watching before this part. Of course those excited rundown this morning. This is some serious stuff. I mean obviously watching the fresh prince growing up realizing that and had been switched out with no. I realized that and i don't even remember how old we were. We were young. But i mean for things have gotten as bad as they did will smith and one of his co stars and we kind of nowhere to be this lovable likable hilarious guy. Like i was really surprised and for her to say you know to label the dark skinned black woman. Difficult in hollywood like as somebody that i was working with somebody that i was supposed to be family with has derailed my career for thirty years so little. It's a little too little too late. And i'm a huge will smith fan but once i kind of read what was going on between the two of them. It still isn't actually clear as to why he had such a problem with her. Yeah it's just really isn't too clear to me either. Besides the fact that she was able to work with but people are difficult all the time and the exactly you know it felt like a red table talk situation like taking a note from his wife jada. he's now opening up and having these heart to hearts. But being the will smith that we see and we know when we love now i. I'm surprised he wouldn't have this revelation. Sooner right over the years. I totally give being young. And he midst like your egos in the way you you you kind of. Who's on top of the world. He was really feeling himself. And and there was you know a little chip monir shoulder right and they typically goes away after a little while. I mean he took a long time. I mean they forced. You're i mean not. i don't want to say. They forced her out but they gave her such as she could thank you. They divorced her out by just giving her such a bad deal. I just don't understand. I think i would. I would have a clear to us where to get understanding what happened if i kind of knew what really started all of this but i just feel like this woman's career has really stalled because what what happened. I don't think that that's right but hold on the shoulders of will united because if sounds like the whole team may have thought because i thought yeah just like you know have only beef with will but i think it's like a family like if from this and both of you don't are both of us. Don't stand up or say something you're mad at the whole family because somebody was supposed to have your back. I think what happened. The situation was yes we do know will smith as in light one. The one who's connected but leaders get that way until about five ten years ago in in state like he was. This was a sitcom that was obviously very successful. I think for me to wrap it up in a bow. There's a disconnect as to why the tension was caused in the first place and back to justice point words. It's functional little family. If you guys made in my life difficult every day at seven months pregnant. I don't know how i would go to
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
10 million people have been infected with coronavirus in the US
"This morning. Surpassing a staggering ten million covid nineteen infections the highest number of reported cases in any nation in the past week. Roughly seventy four. Americans were diagnosed every minute. Countries across europe is struggling to keep covid nineteen at bay. France has reported its highest daily death toll since the start of the second wave and the weekly death toll in england and wales has jumped forty one percent surpassing one thousand for the first time since june in utah overcrowding in intensive care units forcing governor gary hubert to declare a new state of emergency. I am place in the entire state of utah under a mask mandate until further notice. That's right corona is blowing up in europe and america again in fact it's rampaging across the western world so hard that scientists have to invent new shades of red follows. Covert maps so right now. The mid west is kind of blood meets Fire engine but the east coast over here is only at pothead is and see what corona did hear. It waited for all of us to be distracted by the election and bull snuck into our lungs.
Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler
What Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means for the country
"Were always joined on Saturday morning by John Gizzi. He is the White House correspondent and chief political columnist of newsmax dot com and Newsmax TV, John. Good morning. Good morning, Rick. And what a night it wass. Well, obviously, we're following the latest developments on President Trump and his diagnosis with covert 19. What is the latest you're hearing on the president. The president is resting comfortably at the Walter Reed Hospital where yesterday he left the White House. And arrived at the hospital. I might and he left the White House in his usual business suit looking as he always does. Uh, this is not someone who has been felled by the virus. But simply has symptoms of the Corona virus, and he will rest there until doctors say he can come out. Which effectively scotches the debate. Scheduled for October. 15th. But it doesn't mean he's going to be in the hospital through the rest of the campaign, and we may see a newer and better Donald Trump emerged from Walter Reed. For now, all signs are that he's resting and that this is not anything that Americans should be nervous about. John. We know the Corona virus hits each individual differently, assuming the best for the president, where he quarantines for the 14 days and gets through this What is the impact on the campaign for the impact on the campaign is that right now there's an absentee candidate that the president cannot have is make America great again Rallies. He cannot debate He cannot issue pronouncements, although one as the impression after covering Donald Trump for the past four years that no hospital and no confinement Ooh! Ah hospital bed is going to keep him away from his tweeting. Uh, hey, certainly can campaign that way. And another thing. We have a long history in America of candidates who are hospitalized or injured who actually do well as their supporters carry on for them. When he made his first center base in 1948 Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson was laid up for a period with very brutal, Cole. His wife, Lady Bird and others served is very effective Speakers and he went on to win hard fought race. I know of a case of another candidate, Arch war who was elected governor of West Virginia after surviving a helicopter crash. So just because it candidate is hospitalized or unhealthy doesn't mean it's a foregone conclusion. He'll lose well, John. Obviously, we know the polarization across the country and the polarization in the media. And there will be a lot of talk about the 25th amendment, and I just wanted to get sort of a factual look. At the 25th amendment. So when people hear the pundits talking about it, they understand it. Alright, 25th amendment was passed. In the late 19 sixties. It is known as the Presidential Succession Amendment. Its functions are twofold. One Puts into law what had been an informal agreement between presidents and their vice presidents. For a long time before them. And that means when the president is incapacitated, say is when he goes under the knife. For surgery, He turns over the powers. Of his office to his number two who effectively becomes acting President Richard Nixon served his acting president after a heart attack. President Dwight Eisenhower, and after a mild stroke, the president suffered Similarly, when Lyndon Johnson had surgery, Hubert Humphrey was the acting president and Dido for George H. W. Bush. Under Ronald Reagan when he had cancer surgery in his second term. The other part of the amendment is that if the vice president succeeds to the presidency, he or she can then designate Vice president that the Senate must give its advice and consent to I might add that when a president is declared unable to continue in his office for health reasons, the 25th amendment can be invoked. By the vice president and his succession to the top job can be insured. Post debate. Polls are now being released Thursday morning, NBC News National Polling had Biden up 7.9 points over President Trump Real clear politics showing Biden with a 6.6 lead over Trump Fivethirtyeight national polling tracker gave Biden the 7.6 advantage. President didn't seem to gain any ground whatsoever in the debates. Possibly lost some ground. What's your analysis is, we move forward. First of all, I do believe that the polls accurately reflect The post debate. Momentum is with Joe Biden, and it has very little to do with the debate itself. But with the media's interpretation of how candidates Trump and Biden acquitted themselves on national television, and of course, the opinion off the punditocracy is almost unanimous. The president was ruled. He interrupted. He had no consistent thought. And Joe Biden was a gentleman. That is their opinion. Which is being repeated by a lot of people. There's two factors that leaves this reporter to say that these numbers might have flaws in them. The first is the hidden vote. There's a lot of people, certainly, as was the case in 2016, who just won't admit they're voting for Donald Trump. Obviously they do so when they're in the voting booth. The other is that Joe Biden right now, by being cool, is holding on and appearing a front runner. Did. Donald Trump loses the debate? It all depends on who you ask. Chuck Booth, commentator and conservative activists from Nevada said the president decided to use this format to speak directly. To his base of supporters and try and rally them to the polls. He compared the president's performance and his refusal to abide by Time outs to the scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid when Butch is facing a much larger man and challenges him to a knife fight. And then says, but we have to go through the rules. The other man says there's no rules in a knife fight at which point which kicks him. And effectively weakens and subdues him. That's what the president's goal Wass with Joe Biden and to his base, he succeeded. So let's turn to the impact on the Senate and the Congress a lot of business to attend to, including the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. We take pause for well wishes from Democrats. But as we can see in the Chuck Schumer tweet, it is a one sentence pause. And then we're back into politics. Here's what he said Friday night. We now have two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who have tested positive for covert and there may be more. I wish my colleagues well, so that's the nicety. And here's the politics. It is irresponsible and dangerous to move forward with the hearing, and there was absolutely no good reason to do so. Well, I would just say that the distinguished minority leader of the Senate, Senator Schumer should look a little bit more. At the rules of the Senate as wrong is there is a quorum of senators in the committee. They could move along, particularly if chairman gavels in now what he's referring to are Senator Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina. Both Judiciary Committee members and both presently incapacitated by the Corona virus. Both could easily recover in a short time. Remember the Judiciary Committee hearings on drugs, Parrots nomination don't begin until the 14th of Oct over. So any judgments about Senator Tillis or Senator Lee? Not being in the job in two weeks is a bit premature. That's the Supreme Court debate. Let's talk about the stimulus deal. New York Times Reporting. Speaker Pelosi said that the president's positive Corona virus test could change the dynamic and produce a Nagre mint on additional pandemic relief. But a compromise remains elusive. The gist of it from Speaker Pelosi is that now the Republicans will take Corona virus more seriously. Well, where do we