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AP News Radio
Conte slams 'selfish' Tottenham after draw with Southampton
"Platinum wasted a two goal lead and settled for a three three draw with Southampton. James ward prowse scored on a penalty and stoppage time, leaving spurs two points ahead of Newcastle for the final Champions League birth. Southampton had scored just twice in its previous 5 league games. Harry Kane notched his 23rd goal for spurs, who also received scoring from Pedro poro and Ivan perisic. Jay Adams and Theo Walcott tallied for Southampton, which remains last in the league in two away from 17th place. I'm Dave ferry.
The Dan Bongino Show
The Liberal 'Far-Left' Is an Anti-Human Ideology
"I was talking about how leftist lies have created my Ivan Drago theory of leftism that you're a number to them If you die you die And I know that sounds really harsh and some of you may be some maybe under the mistaken belief here that what I said is an effort to be hyperbolic I assure you it is not I say that in the most raw real way possible I'm not talking about all Democrats I want to be clear I don't stereotype them like they do it off But the guiding kind of load star of the liberal far left and make no mistake Is based around the fact that the human being is a virus It is essentially an anti human ideology You are nothing more than a chip on a board You are a chess piece that is it It's a whole essence of collectivism From each according to their abilities to each according to their needs it's a cold spreadsheet What do you give to society versus what do you take And when they perceive you as taking more than you give you are to be terminated That's why this debate about euthanasia isn't even a debate amongst the leftists They're like I mean you know the whole idea of you chatting Margaret Sanger and eugenics is a whole left to say that's why they love abortion And we kill more human viruses Get them in the womb We'll have to waste any time But if you're elderly for them you create an even bigger problem I mean we've already heard it remember Obama remember that we played it on the show before they take the pill line So grandma's got to have a hip replacement and maybe you just take the pain pill and said no maybe we fix grandma
The Eric Metaxas Show
Why Does Eric's Show Open With 'Werewolves of London'?
"Wanted to ask you why you chose werewolves of London by Warren Zevon for your opening song on the radio show. I find it an interesting choice. Yeah, this program begins with werewolves of London. And there's no, there's no real answer, except that I like it. And I think that, you know, anything that I like, anything that's beautiful or good or true, or I think is worth, is worth highlighting. And there's something fun about that song. There's something irreverent about that song. I think maybe there's some people listening to this program who are so religiously minded that they think I ought to have, you know, just as I am as my opening theme. And I just want to say to those people, just as I am, is not as much fun as werewolves of London. I really love werewolves of London, Warren's Ivan is a genius. And it's just, I just think it sets a fun tone. We close every program with the doobie brothers, and I'm not promoting weed on the program by having the doobie brothers on. But I do love the doobie brothers, and their song Jesus is just all right by me closes the program. And I think some people have even written it about that. Like, what do you mean, Jesus is just all right by me. That doesn't sound well, it's hard for me to respond to that. It's fun, it mentions Jesus in a positive way, if that's not good enough for you. I want to tell you, but I love I just love the doobie brothers. I think that's a fun song, and by the way, Jesus is just all right by me.
Ripple Leads the Way in Creating First Digital Currency for Montenegro
"9 p.m. Sunday January 29th, 2023. Ripple leads the way in creating first digital currency for Montenegro. Recently, doctor dryden, who has been the prime minister of Montenegro since April 28th, 2022, reported on his meeting with two executives from FinTech from ripple. Montenegro is a small country in southeastern Europe, which is a part of the Balkans. On December 14th, 2021, Ivan boscovich, the former director of payment systems and
AP News Radio
Oklahoma investigators identify body as missing 4-year-old
"Oklahoma's chief medical examiner has positively identified a body found earlier this month as that of a four year old girl. The body has been identified as four year old Athena brownfield, who investigators allege was beaten to death on Christmas Day by the man who was supposed to be taking care of her, but the girl wasn't reported missing until January 10th when a postal carrier found her 5 year old sister alone outside the home of Ivan and elissa Adams and surreal about 70 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. The four year old's body was found 7 days later, buried on property the atoms is used to own about 21 miles away. 36 year old Ivan Adams was arrested in Arizona on charges of murder and child neglect. His wife is charged with two counts of child neglect. I'm Donna warder
The Charlie Kirk Show
NHL Player Under Attack for Refusing to Wear Pride Jersey
"If you're not following the story in hockey, there is a hockey player again. I don't watch hockey at all. It's become a completely irrelevant sport. I don't wish them well. I think some of the athletes are really great people, but they've been captured by the very same woke virus. I hope the NHL goes through some restructuring and I think that's going to require some misery and pain. If any of you are avid hockey fans, you're going to have to explain to me exactly what about hockey and the values or the lack thereof of the National Hockey League that speaks to you. I hope their stadiums remain empty and I hope they go bankrupt because what they are doing is so aggressive. It is so hostile. It is so insistent that if you do not subscribe to the chemical castration of children to the trans agenda, we are going to isolate you, we're going to punish you, again, these are the people that the best way to explain the kind of new alphabet mafia is the people that came out of the closet now want you to live in the closet. It's not about inclusivity. It's about revenge. Okay, so you have Ivan provorov. Okay, he refused in the warm ups to wear a rainbow flag Jersey because he said it goes up against his Russian Orthodox religion, which is exactly right. And he also refused to use their hockey stick, and immediately it's exactly like that Seinfeld episode. What do you mean you don't want to wear the ribbon? Do you not support gay people? And the pressure of the entire national news media found another person to hate. Oh wow, he's Russian too. I bet he's Friends with Putin. And immediately, all of the otherwise miserable. Actually, they're still miserable. Chattering class of the twitterati and the mainstream press goes and attacks Ivan provorov. Let's play cut 60 NHL flyers defenseman. On refusing to wear the rainbow Jersey for warm ups, God bless him. Seriously. Play cut 60. Everybody, I respect everybody's choices. My choice is to stay true to myself and my religion. That's all I'm going to say.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Sports Reporters Force Athletes to Affirm Gay Pride or Else
"Remember, because a lot of churches and Christians were very alarmed, and remember what president Obama did. He came out in front of the cameras, and he said he made a promise. No, not the one about if you like your doctor, you can keep your note under. No, he made another promise. And what was that promise? That promise was, Americans would not be forced to renounce a religious beliefs, you would not be enforced to you would not be forced to embrace anything live and let live. That's what president Obama said of the live and let live. And now you have this poor guy, Ivan provorov, who is facing off against a cancel culture mob, and it's not the first time this has happened. And he's saying, look, if you want to talk about hockey, I'm happy to talk about hockey, but this is my personal belief. Why do I have to share with you my position on gay pride? And it's not even a matter of sharing a position on gay pride. It's a matter of affirming gay prime. But apparently, these sports reporters say, all right, if you want to play in the NFL, you've got to literally put your religious beliefs on ice and you have to wrap yourself in the colors of the rainbow flag. Is that fair? Is that the kind of America we want? Is that the kind of NHL that we want where you have to, there are people are more concerned about your political beliefs. One day are they going to the NHL? Will they have a Democrat pride day where you come out there and you have to support and pledge your allegiance to the Democrat party?
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Ivan Provorov Sparks Heat for Not Wearing Pride Gear During Warmups
"Like, for example, we have the MBA, and you have Major League Baseball, and all of these professional sporting organizations that deal with some sort of a ball, field the need to embrace the LGBT movement. That's just the way it is. I guess it's part of, you know, you can no longer just be an athlete, you have to pledge your allegiance to this particular way of life. And if you don't, well, there's hell to pay. Pardon me, he double hockey sticks to pay. So anyway, provorov was supposed to wear a gay pride Jersey and you say, well, what is a gay pride Jersey? It's the rainbow. It's the rainbow colors that they are ripped off from the Old Testament in the book of genesis. That story. So anyway, they got the, they got to wear the rainbow colored Jersey, and they also have to wear rainbow colored tape on their sticks. They're hockey sticks, hockey sticks. And Provo off said, you know what? I can't do that. And he did not, he did not dress with the team during pregame warmups. And that led to all sorts of questions. About whether or not this guy is anti gay. And he is catching holy, you know what? In the mainstream media. And I
AP News Radio
Strong 2nd half sends Hoosiers past No. 18 Wisconsin 63-45
"Indiana went on in 18 to two run to open the second half in cruise to a 63 45 win over number 18 Wisconsin. The hoosiers held the badgers to 32% shooting and got 18 points from trace Jackson Davis. We play Wisconsin as the team Ivan beat since I've been here. And obviously they're a little shorthanded, but we're sure handed to. And so it was a dogfight and we knew it was going to happen on the defensive end and that's what we preached all week. Wisconsin, which has lost three straight, was led by Connor assigned with 14 points. Indiana snaps a three game losing streak. Tom McKay Bloomington, Indiana
AP News Radio
Man faces murder charge in case of missing Oklahoma girl, 4
"Authorities are charging an Oklahoma man with murder in connection with the disappearance of a four year old girl reported missing on Tuesday. 36 year old Ivan Adams and his wife were caring for two young sisters. When one of them was found wandering alone outside the Adams home in surreal, Oklahoma Monday four year old Athena brownfield was not with her sister and police launched a search. Ivan Adams was in Arizona when he was arrested for a child neglect in the case and now he's been charged with murder and waived extradition back to Oklahoma. His wife Alicia is charged with child neglect. Authorities from around the region are still searching for the missing girl using a helicopter boats and all terrain vehicles, Athena brownfield was last seen wearing a hoodie with a butterfly design when she disappeared. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Biden pardons 6 convicted of murder, drug, alcohol crimes
"President Biden has issued pardons to 6 people, all 6 served out sentences after convictions on a murder charge and drug and alcohol related crimes. It means their criminal records have been purged. 80 year old Beverly and Ivan Thomas of Columbus, Ohio, was convicted of killing her abusive husband, her appeal was among the first by someone with battered women's syndrome. 66 year old Gary parkes Davis of Yuma, Arizona, was 22 when he admitted using a telephone for a cocaine transaction. He served a 6 month sentence on nights and weekends. A few months ago, the president pardoned thousands of people convicted of simple possession of marijuana under federal law. He also pardoned three people earlier this year and commuted the sentences of 75 others at Donahue, Washington.
The Dan Bongino Show
Julie Kelly: James Baker and FBI Election Interference
"Stating things openly and releasing documents indicating that way you and I knew for a long time that this symbiotic big tech FBI Democrat party organism was working to crush free speech and suppress stories about Hunter Biden But I think the shocking revelation we learned yesterday which I think is a more interesting story is that James baker and you have a piece up it was at American greatness Let me just get the title here quick just so I make sure everybody goes and reads it Greed this out It's by Julie Kelly American greatness dot com Obama Biden government in exile ran the Hunter Biden laptop suppression operation and you'd be right because Jim baker who was general counsel at Twitter apparently allegedly according to Elon and taibi was kind of vetting the information that leaked out there first and isn't it a coincidence he was one of the same key players in the spy gay case again So weird So weird that these same people just keep popping up in places of influence and power So yes now I think there were some decent questions our friend Miranda Devine sort of called out Ivan Musk yesterday inside come on You had to know that Jim Bakker was a top FBI official He was Jim Comey's general counsel He was responsible for the first few illicit Pfizer's He helped paddle the alpha bank Narrative you know he testified in Michael sussman's trial the Perkins cooey lawyer who tried to get the FBI There's weird ties to that as well Elvis Chan the FBI guy out of San Francisco who was also involved in the alpha bank and DNC hack He's now showing up as part of the suppression campaign by the FBI but anyway so yeah so how did Elon Musk not know the Jim Bakker was going to be vetting these files before turning them over to manti but he was exited out of Twitter headquarters yesterday So
AP News Radio
O'Reilly, Kyrou help Blues beat Blackhawks 5-2
"5 different goal scorers for the St. Louis blues who defeated the black hawks 5 to two for their fourth straight win Jordan Cairo Ryan O'Reilly Kelly rose and Tyler pitlick in Ivan barbershop lit the lamp for the surging blues Who played with the heart out there You know we really for fighting to get the wins and so it's been going on and the guys that are feeling really good about themselves It has been a roller coaster for the blues who won their first three games then lost 8 in a row and now have won their last four David Shuster Chicago
AP News Radio
Russians try to subdue Ukrainian towns by seizing mayors
"Russian forces have been targeting local mayors and authorities in a bid to control populations early on in Russia's invasion of Ukraine soldiers kidnapped and threatened to kill malipo mayor Ivan fedorov federal says the bullying and threats continued throughout his captivity They wanted to kidnap me and hold me and bring me to prison to Dunbar Although he wasn't beaten himself he said wild screams from his neighboring cell would tell him what was waiting for him Federal is one of 50 local leaders who have been held in Russian captivity in an attempt to subdue cities and towns coming under Moscow's control experts say the tactic is used when invading forces are unable to subjugate the population I'm Karen Chammas
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"ivan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"So Ivan, you coined the term philanthropic investing. What the heck is philanthropy investing? How exactly was it born? Philanthropy investing is someone is philanthropy comes from the being who is a philanthropist investor is a person that invests his money and or time engaging emotionally, which is the most important part to promote human welfare while earning financial return is getting a return getting a financial return for your philanthropy. And it was born in 2009 because I was one day I had a position myself with this belief that I had that I just shared with you that your success needs to be built. It's not built by you, basically you need to be willing to delegate and give the power to our people in order for you to have that success that comes from your creation into the delegation of team members and I in 2009 I had four CEOs in four different companies at that time in Argentina. I had my Toyota dealerships that I still have. I had a Yamaha dealership that I sold in 2011. I had a real estate real estate development company that we completed the projects that were done at that time. And I had a dealer of Peugeot that I saw in 2014. So I had four CEOs at that time. And then I realized wait a minute. I have foresee I am the entrepreneur. I always understood from my early age when I was 14 years old, that the difference between the CEO and the founder are truly feeling hats, truly activities, two different tax tasks to different viewpoints. And so on. And I realized, okay, I need to be the founder if I want this company to expand and I need to be able to have the CEO expand and create in the future of the vision that I am giving them. I am the chief dream officer. I am not the chief executive officer of my companies. So at that point, I realized, okay, but what do I do now as an entrepreneur has achieved remorse? I already gave them the dream. So now I say, well, I need to invest the money that I make. So now I need to become an investor. That's the next stage of life. So I went to the markets. Okay, real estate I understand gold seals were out of that precious metas. I understand cars I understand, but how I multiply the cash into cash into more cash. So I started learning the markets and I discovered I find out in a position that was very sad for me because I said, wait a minute. This is not an improvement of my life. Now I am behind the screen watching numbers going up and down in my screen. What is this? What is this? This is not life. What is my people? What are my clients? What is my stuff where am I CEOs now I am all day behind these numbers going in the computer scene 300,000 becoming 500,000 and becoming a million and this can not be life.
AP News Radio
Immigration lawyers threaten legal action
"Immigration lawyers accused the Republican governors of Texas and Florida of breaking federal immigration law Ivan espinoza madrigal with lawyers for civil rights tells the AP Florida governor Ron DeSantis and Texas governor Greg Abbott illegally sent migrants awaiting immigration hearings in Texas and Florida to Washington D.C. and Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts We are exploring civil and criminal legal avenues to hold the perpetrators and the states accountable Espinosa magruder girl says two planes charted by desantis that landed in Martha's Vineyard included pregnant women and children and at least one person who needed medical care Florida Texas can not ship people drop them and discreet unattended including children as young as four and 5 years old without any support structure Texas governor Greg Abbott has sent thousands of migrants to various locations without any notification to local state or federal authorities I'm Tim McGuire
AP News Radio
Kane scores milestone goal in front of Brazil great Ronaldo
"Harry Kane provided the only goal in Tottenham's win over Wolverhampton Spurs coach Antonio Conte He's a player that he has to make the difference For his quality for this kid for his ability Kane lost his marker near the back post to head in following a flick in from Ivan perisic at a corner in the 64th minute It was Cain's 185th Premier League goal moving him into outright fourth place on the all time list above former Manchester City striker Sergio Agüero Only Alan Shearer Wayne Rooney and Andrew Cole are above him I'm Dave ferry
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Sylvester Stallone Sees Red Film About Rocky Villain Ivan Drago
"This weekend, more bad news came for sly, Irwin Winkler seems to be happy just sticking the knife in Stallone's back. And he's now decided to twist it and plunge it deeper. Because it was announced that Irwin Winkler has green lit of film based on the Ivan Drago character from rocky four. The evil Russian fans, the evil Russian fans, remember who famously killed Apollo creed in the ring, right? Obviously, as with creed, this film's gonna be about Drago's son, fighting Adonis creed, I imagine, and Stallone's not happy about it at all. And I can't blame him. These characters are his creations. What a fuck Irwin Winkler is. Last year, Michael B. Jordan. That doesn't help. When a guy like Michael B. Jordan talks shit about Sylvester Stallone. It bothers me, 'cause he'd be nothing without sly. But this is what Michael B. Jordan said about sly participating or not participating in the creed movies last year. Oh, I want to punch him when I hit us. He says, yeah, I think that sly, let it be known that he wasn't coming back for this one. That's creed too. But I think, you know, his essence and his spirit. There's always gonna be a little bit of rocky within the donnas, but this is a creed franchise. And we really want to build this story and this world around him moving forward. So it's always respect and always a shit ton of love for what he's built. But we really want to push and navigate Adonis forward and the family that he created. So hopefully you guys will love what I'm thinking. What we're cooking up, I think it's gonna be something special. That was a piece of shit. I mean, it made money, but it was a piece of shit movie. And I said this on the Patreon show. Naturally, Sylvester Stallone went off on Instagram when he heard the news about this Ivan Drago spin off movie. I can't believe he didn't know, but I can't believe he didn't hear this.
The Dan Bongino Show
Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?
"Alan do you have Alec Baldwin Totally unintentional So before I get into this because I want to talk about just again facts here how you should be very proud of yourself being on the conservative side of the aisle that you can make an argument Hey voter ID is not going to stop black people from voting Why Black people are smart and intelligent and are perfectly capable of getting an ID just like whites Hispanics Asians and everyone else That shouldn't be controversial right We can back that up with data The left can But here's what happens when you try to do talk radio by the way And you think you can just you think it was just such an easy job anybody can hack it You know Alec Baldwin yeah yeah that guy yeah look ball but don't get close to him on a movie set So Alec Baldwin right Here's Alec Baldwin trying to do talk radio from years ago This is not a joke He thought it would be really easy What was the station W PH the grade station legacy station I believe in Philly right Yes WPC Here's Alec Baldwin thinking ah you know what Those conservative idiots on talk radio Sean Hannity Levin Yeah probably rushed to Limbaugh at the time They don't know what they're doing I can do it I'm Alec bull here check this out This is a classic When we come back we have some time Oh great We're going to take some calls Whenever we want We have calls that are on there now Yeah What do people call to get on the air Do we have that number It's right there Do I have the cool number in front of me Oh I'm so sorry That's interesting Interesting Of course any other questions you have any other comments you have call us to what else Call us we have any calls yet there Ivan No cost Let's read some more about Scientology Is Sean Hannity a scientologist Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight here Do we have any calls here Ivan None Boy it's just incredible My favorite part of
Wisdom From The Top
"ivan" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top
"Growing chorus on the left and the right to break up the big tech companies, particularly Google and Facebook. People who support this idea say, these companies are too big that they have a monopoly on the way most of us use the Internet. Well, no matter where you stand on this issue, we have a lot of evidence about how antitrust lawsuits have worked in the past. Actually, the phone you use today in the very technology that companies like Facebook and Google deploy has a lot to do with the breakup of a monopoly. It happened in the early 1980s, and that monopoly was AT&T. Up until 1984, AT&T was the phone company for most Americans. But a series of lawsuits by the U.S. government forced the breakup of AT&T. And as a result, a bunch of smaller local phone companies were born. They were known as the baby bells. And that decision by the government would eventually lead to an explosion of innovation in wireless and Internet technology. Companies started to lay down fiber optic cables and build a better wireless infrastructure. All technologies that ironically would enable Google and Facebook to emerge. Verizon, which today is the biggest wireless provider in the U.S., would also emerge from that breakup. And I've been along for the ride from the very beginning. When he retired as Verizon's CEO in 2011, the company's value was hovering at around $75 billion, but Ivan started at the very bottom literally underground splicing telephone cables. After graduating high school in 1964, Ivan had started at the city college of New York, but he says, he really wasn't taking the school that seriously. After the first year, the college basically kicked him out of the full-time program. But told him that he could study in the night program if you wanted to have another shot, so Ivan did that. And it was around this time he started to work too. He was 19 years old, and he needed to earn money to live. I got a job as a building janitor. And my job there was to be the January of the building and run the freight elevator so they can accept all of the deliveries that came into that building, and I did that for about one year. And during that year, I remember my supervisor once said to me, you know, I see that you're studying on your lunch hour and you're trying to get yourself back on track. And he said, con Edison in the telephone company actually help their employees by paying for some elements of college. So I applied to both Khan Ed and New York telephone and I was lucky enough to get a job in New York telephone in the box. It was in June of 66 where I was I had my first day at work at the telephone company and then I got drafted. You got drafted during the Vietnam War. And did you feel a sense of patriotism and did you feel like, okay, you know, this is what I have to do or was it less kind of mythical than that? In my case, my entire family, my grandfather, my uncles, we came from the classic Franklin Roosevelt generation democratic family in New York, and that serving in the army was just not something we would have ever thought not to do. So then I served in the army and I came out of the army in May of 68, so I remember within two weeks I went over to the school to see if I could get back into school. But then I went over to the campus in I was definitely a fish out of water. It was classic New York City just overrun with politics and anti war and all that kind of thing. And here I was, a guy who got out of the army with a crew cut. Yeah. And so I still had a job with the phone company. So I signed up for night school, I then embarked on this dual track of going to school while I was working for the phone company. So I guess the first few years of your time working for New York telephone after you got back from the war, I mean, this is a blue collar job. I mean, you're not wearing a suit and tie and going into an office every day, right? Oh, I don't think I had a suit. You were outdoors. You were working on. Oh yeah, I loved it. I was working on aerial cables and manholes, and we were splicing cables and remember, in those days, the communications business was going through its own growth. If you think about the economy was strong and so therefore, a lot of people were requiring new phones. And so we had plenty of work, plenty of overtime, and you know, what's interesting is the construction gang and my supervisor, my foreman, they saw that I was a young kid that was interested in college and interested in trying to do better and they encouraged me to go to school and they helped me with my scheduling to make sure I could do my work and go to school and when the time came, they encouraged me to apply for what they would call a management position and move from the construction garage and in 1971 about a guy I think that was about it. I moved into a management job, you know, wearing a white shirt and a red tie and going to work and working in the engineering department. This is a time when AT&T was the dominant player in the United States and New York telephone where you worked was a local phone company that was part of AT&T, right? I worked for New York telephone, which was a subsidiary of the broader bell system. But to connect that Dutch, so somewhere in the mid 70s, like 72 or three, I was fortunate enough to apply for a position that transferred me from New York telephone to AT&T. And that exposed me to a whole new set of people, very highly educated, very highly motivated, and I was sort of the token local expert having worked out in the field, but I found myself in a position where I had lots of opportunity to share the knowledge I had about what was going on in the real world, but I didn't have the tools necessary to contribute at an intellectual level at AT&T. And this is where my schooling really drove me to finish college quicker and it then drove me to graduate school and go to graduate school for another 6 or 7 years. At night. I did. It was mostly because I couldn't compete with all the people at AT&T, who had degrees from bucknell and harford, and every place else, by going to school, it gave me the confidence that I was learning enough.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"ivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ivan kanji is leading the effort He agrees to talk but he says no pictures Wears a camouflage jacket a walkie talkie hangs from his coat And how did you end up building a checkpoint here Is this part of the territorial defense or is it just neighborhood guys I'm just a regular citizen here I live not far away and this is my neighbor And we started it from the very beginning from the first day we were just regulating the traffic with our own hands And then when there were more people they have chosen us since they said since you started this be the leader In normal times conjecture is a welder a construction worker He also makes sausages Now he's the eyes and ears of his district I'm assuming that you also stop and talk to people and check people What are you looking for What are you watching for What are you worried about So we are trying not to let guns inside of the city and not to its suburb tours to inside the city where they can when they can kill our families How do you find us of a tour Like what do you look for Let's say on 90s Carb plates nationality the way they speak and the behavior Like what behavior I'm just interested I'm just interested because everybody I've talked to has been very concerned about saboteurs so I'm just interested in what you're looking for but aren't there what if there's somebody who lives here who is a citizen Yes Because even people who are living here they are self reminding and can turn into saboteurs That's why it's shaken Everything for example if the car is coming from different region for example from then against creation and there is sit in three months with the beard et cetera we need to be suspicious about that somewhere So have you found saboteurs Have you found guns I mean you don't have to tell us He said we found someone but I'm not going to say who is that Interesting I'll say is the man was in the neighborhood marking a building Ukrainian officials have warned that Russian collaborators are marking targets for future Russian bombardment As we speak a crane.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ivan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Is there a difference between benign and generally behind benign? Was the general at the generally benign meeting is my question. I'll ask the lieutenant general. I'll ask the caller of the year right now on the fine bomb show. You know, and I'll be honest, I'm just having a brain freeze. I don't know what benign means. I mean, you can tell me some of my stupid understand that right there. Let's have a little fun here. The word is benign, it is spelled BEN IGN, okay? That sounds awesome. Maybe German or French or something. Like I've been having 9. Let me help you out a little bit. Okay? It is, it is an adjective. Does that help you at all? Is it 8 and 8 in some flat rate fries? It does. I imagine. And now, something that comes before now, right? Now you're really pushing me. I took English, you know, I mean, but I speak it. I don't have to take language. No, no, you know, you don't need to worry. You don't need to know all that stuff. So let's take a wild guess here. So if I use the word benign, so I would say the meeting was generally benign, just take a wild guess on what benign means. I won't guess I got some of my wheelchairs. You know, our plans are going to let me help you out. And it's essentially a Latin word, Joe. Not pig Latin, but Latin we'll say that's where I'm getting confused. I know German and Frank. It's often used in medical terms like you go to a hospital and get an cat scan or. They come back and say, we check your brain for a tumor and we found the tumor, but it was benign. Now, in your case, I think your brain could be described as benign regardless. That means somebody hit me in the head with a chair. Okay, so let me just show the intelligence of the medical profession. You know, they realize that. But I'm happy that marner just having some trouble, I mean, but you know, the thing about stupid and really stupid people is their problems is constantly millions of dollars. Who would go to go to or our society was and get a coach to come down here to play in the or to go to Nancy's? And he don't come down here and run his head like he's a hard but you gotta be hard but to come into this he stayed start with. And he just not that kind of coach. He's not, you know, I'm just glad it's counting the murders this much money because I can't imagine a college. I don't think I'll Arkansas went through this kind of problem. And this is why they got a better coat. But they wouldn't just double out money or coach each year. Well, our concerns had a few problems. They hatch out there and that's correct. It's a lot of no problems, but the motors, they're just this ain't the first time born has done this kind of stupid. Let me come back to you in a second. I've got a call from a guy. I don't want to leave him holding because we haven't heard from him in a couple of years. Let me see if I can get him on. Charles, is that you? Yes, ma'am. Charles from real town returns to the show. That's right. Where are you? Where have you been? Don't worry about where I'm at now. I got a call that talked about over. I got a straight point out over there. Let's hear it. Well, we've got to get rid of Brian. He has not been over the store with. He ain't no winning coach. He ain't been at a winning over at whatever code board to stay here in our Idaho. He ain't no coach for all but albums in the high Echelon of SEC football. We need a better coach Brian Harrison. Since Jamie rang has got as much money as you say, he ought to go around and get the best coach he can get. I'm disappointed. I always thought you were a loyal auburn man. I am. What's going on over here? It ain't right. Yeah, Charles, this is disappointing. I'm going to have to come back. I'm disappointed at Alban. Caution. Bad nothing. Why don't they go out there? I get a good coat. Doing a ride got the money. Let it buy one. Very disappointing to hear a good auburn man. I'm mortified. I'm just fed up with. With that.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ivan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But it seems untenable. Certainly it's possible anything as possible that he could hand him a shovel and let him dig his way out of this. But I don't know how you do it when you got 73 guys on scholarship after signing day. I mean, that's an astounding number. Some of them may come back from the portal, but otherwise you're left to the report to use the portal to get back up to your number and that's going to be hard to do at the level of player you want. I haven't spent so much time being fans being critical of auburn and how they're handling this, but I'm interested in your perspective of Brian and really not only what he's done, but why do you think he is why do you think he is encountering so much trouble? I think and I don't know, Brian Paul, so I'll put that out front. But if by every by all accounts, the people that I've talked to, knowing he's an introvert, he is awkward socially in terms of doing the kind of things that you need to do, especially at an auburn. To. Grease the skids to make your life tenable. At your life as a coach, you know, you think of a guy like Chubb, who Parsons probably X and ois can draw circles around tub. But tub makes everybody around him feel good. And that was especially a great skill to have at auburn where so much is depends on that one to one relationship you have with people. And when tubb had bad seasons or mediocre seasons, people say, well, you know, they liked him and they gave him another chance. You know, at least until he lost 36 to nothing. So to save him. Harston doesn't have that to fall back on. He has not reached out by all accounts that I've been able to figure out. He certainly hasn't made any relationships with the media that have tried. And he is he's just a standoffish guy. He wants to coach ball. And I get that. He's good at it, and that's what he loves to do, but that's what Sundays are for. It's a different job description on Saturdays. And part of it is getting everybody on the train with you and having everybody go in the same direction. And he has not done that. And right now it's hurting. Talking to Ivan maisel and Ivan, we hear about these boosters behind the curtain, pulling all the strings, but is the situation at auburn really unique to college football or do these cats hang out on most campuses. Well, what's unique about auburn is that they're not behind the curtain they're out in the front yard. Hanging the dirty laundry, right? They put the clothesline right out there on the front. So that's what's different. And why that happens at auburn I have thought about that a lot. I think there are factions within the board of trustees that get so from what I, the way it's been explained to me that they get so worked up in their zeal to do either what's right or to one up each other that just things go out of control and right now this thing has gotten out of control. How can Ivan maisel about the Brian harshan situation but what you just got through describing about the auburn board has been going on for as long as the two of us have been covering college football. And some of the names are the same. Yeah. And the model I keep thinking of Paul is the benevolent despot. I mean, that's really what's going on in Tuscaloosa right now. That's how Augusta national operates. They put one guy in charge and everybody gets behind it. And that's not really our system of government around here, but that seems to work pretty well in college football seems to work pretty well. At golf. And auburn, we don't have that. You don't have everybody pulling in the same direction. For whatever reason. And I guess it's hard to do. I guess if it were easy to do, everybody would be doing it, but they're sure not doing it there. Talking to Ivan maisel, whose vice president and senior writer for on three dot com. I have a I want to go back because you mentioned Saban and you lived in the state of Alabama a long time. Your family has been very prominent there connected to certain football programs, but there was a time when Alabama was an equal disaster. How did Nick Saban and he seemed like he did a very quickly put an end to all of that and took this program over and this was before he started winning. Yeah, no, it was, but he came in with credibility. They were desperate for leadership. One big difference between Alabama's dark decade and what's going on at auburn now is Alabama was under the NCA's thumb. And was had scholarship reductions that made it very difficult to succeed on the field. And whether it was my price, Mike Shula, Mike whomever. I said whatever I should have said to Bose, you're right. Whoever it was in the throne of Mike's there, they had to get past those NCA probation penalties. Saving came in at the.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ivan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion and pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul finebaum show, our three podcast. We welcome you back. We just had Adam rittenberg on a minute ago. We made it and he was talking about how great a revival of the big 12 is having, but Stewart mandel points out that the big 12 and the SEC are the only conferences so far that have released their revenue distribution for the previous year. The big 12 was 34.5 million, the SEC's which just came out a moment ago, 54.6. I haven't made zero joins us. Always great to have him with us. Ivan, we appreciate your time and I was thinking about asking you have we ever seen anything quite like this, Brian situation, but I know being a smart guy like you, you'll cite 5 different incidents and all come from auburn. Yeah, it's pretty much pick your choice of coaches since pad die, right? It does number SEC big 12 numbers amazing. $20 million a year difference. That hurts. And that's right now. As you well know, the SEC's ESPN deal still has not gone fully into effect. That's a couple of years away, and those numbers are going to be astronomical. So. That's where we land on the SEC. And we've had coaching changes all over the map. We had Mike price removed in May. You've seen coaches in August, LSU auburn, LSU has gotten rid of coaches in September, but I don't remember a coach ever getting fired in February to you. And he hasn't gotten fired yet. No, he hasn't..
Netflix is A Daily Joke
"ivan" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"I've been traveling a lot all over the country, and I have picked a favorite airport, my favorite airport in the world is on the east coast of Canada in a city called Halifax. I don't know if you've been there, but if you have you can support me on this, they sell something in that airport that you can not buy anywhere else in the world. They have a tank of live lobsters. Yeah. In the airport. Through security. That you can just buy and then bring on the plane alive. Which is weird. Because I was not allowed to bring shaving cream. Onto the plane. But you can bring a live lobster. Like I've never been in a fight where we got to choose a weapon. But if I were. And the options were three ounces of shaving cream. Or a living pair of underwater scissors. I'm gonna pick the lobster. You'll win that fight every time. But east coasters are on a real high horse about their lobsters, because I'm from the West Coast. We don't have them over there, and they have this whole attitude of like, well, you can't get them. So you gotta bring them. And I'm like, we have crabs. They're the same thing. Crabs are just sideways lobsters. They're both just disgusting, undersea creatures that we use as an excuse to drink butter and feel wealthy. Doesn't matter where they are. I don't think we need to start establishing a hierarchy of submarine butter bugs. Just get the one in your ocean and eat it. Butter is why it's good. That's why it's good. It's butter. You dip it in butter. Anything dipped in butter is good. Dipping a racer in butter. It'll be the best eraser you've ever eaten. Doesn't matter. Catch Ivan decker in comedians of the world, only on Netflix..
Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"ivan" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"The other thing is we haven't spoken about is the actual testing now. Everyone thing it has a taste that they they show. Dna sample you'll giving to the government and that's something you should never give to anyone so once i have you and i i'm afraid they own you they they know about you and Everyone is freely giving that information to that. This one world government. Now you know this this is crazy. So ivan. Here's the question ivan. Here's the question what do you. What do you propose they're going to do with that information they have your dna. What do you propose that are going to do with that information about all of us individually. Well that's a medical that jet fuel medical records show that they can do anything that can they can. They can cause you to die. They can they can poison you and you wouldn't even know it. They can do anything because one say now. You deny then i used to be able to whatever okay fair enough fair enough ivan. Okay i get it but what what in your view. What what would they poison you with. How would they poison you. What would their modus operandi be. How would they actually do it in your view. Well i didn't watch the spy stories. Slip it in the food that flip it in the water they see. The thing is once jianye that can tailor to use specifically whatever whatever they wanna do to you because now they know gene makeup so each individual person. I can target and i say oh it was just a neck tool death you know. So who's tonight but you know once they had the information that they own you so now i have a. I have a publisher who Is fallen deathly ill with us ostensibly with kofi fit down. He's had repeated Infections there's been lung damage. He took ivermectin at an earthquake stage of the illness. And i don't know that he will recover. I ab- certainly monitored his situation since the beginning and it's it's been very very dire and he's been in critical condition at least twice so i wonder he's extremely you know his work in terms of Investigating various global crimes is controversial in. So he may have been targeted. It's very very strange. That he's been is very healthy individual and quite fit so you know it's very unusual that he's been affected so so very badly by this This virus so i i don't know what to say maybe ivan's right maybe there's this ability that they have to target certain individuals with more rapacious. Biological agent. I don't know do we have anything on on that. Yes go ahead please. I was just gonna say the business in the uk where the russians slip that radioactive thing in the guys t income. But i mean if that is and i can just thailand to east cup of tea trying to pollute the whole of england with radio-activity..
Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"ivan" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Listen to twenty four seven so tonight. We've got jar lem joe. Heche sean is an offer. It could probably explain a bit more about himself in a minute and we've also got an ivan toba from western australia. Wow as iga a lot to say as well save probably best to just introduce each other Saadah we've i've been because you've been on the line a little bit longest. Tell us a brief about you. Then go to jawline. And the main. Tim just stop. You know the show about the pandemic. Yeah yeah well As you know from previous talks. I've had with you. I've i've discovered. I actually the senior ill and even now the senior most senior royal in the british commonwealth. And all it's been verified by denies will. I've got to tell you about that. All my dna tastes picked up lights on. After the pandemic parts of it will be linked. You never know. Yeah and also. I don't know if i i told you. I did it in a lot of my emails to.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ivan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion that pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show hour three podcast. Welcome back. One thing I forgot to say that caller a minute ago, he was chastising me for accusing the gator fan out in Oregon for drinking. He not only predicted they would be Georgia, he said they would win the SEC. That's when I used that line. Anyway, great to have all of you back. We're going to talk more about this weekend with our next guest. Ivan maisel, who, of course, has been with us many, many times over the years, and I've been so good to see you. We certainly miss seeing you as often as we used to, but it's nice to know that you're now a digital executive with on three. How are you? I'm great, Paul's great to see you and I appreciate you having me. Well, we want to talk about this piece you recently done about not only Mark stoops, but his brother bob, and it's always weird when you're talking to coach dupes, mark that is to bring up his brother. Oh, we talked about it with him before off the air, but because he has been in bob steeps his shadow as almost everyone else who's ever coached, but he's coming out of that shadow quite well and you did a pretty deep dive with the stoops brothers recently. Yeah, and maybe I didn't have a problem because I didn't tell Mark, I was talking about so that. I've done this before. But I have a long relationship with both of them. And they both didn't know where I'm coming from. And, you know, I came in peace. You know, my point was, what Mark has done is so markedly different from what bob did, you know, bob sailed into a blue blood program and in his second year he won a national title. And, you know, it's taken mark until 9 years to get over a 500 one loss record. So it's quite different. And I think both achievements are stand on their own. What did, again, the whole family, it's a long coaching family, quite a bit of legacy. There's another brother who's been a head coach at Arizona. But what did you learn? What did you hear from bob stoops about Mark and how he has done it and what he is currently doing? Well, bob talked about just how Mark knew what he was in for in terms of building it and how he didn't cut corners. And it was quite different from what bob had to do. And I think one of the keys to both of their success is where they came from. And that sort of blue collar mentality that the whole group of guys that grew up in Youngstown, Ohio and north, northeastern, Ohio has. You know, it's football is so important there. And I think it's worked at Oklahoma and it's working in Kentucky. Both guys are, I mean, they're different. Bob's an older brother and I think more comfortable in the spotlight and marks the youngest of 6. And he's quieter. But they both are straight to the point and know how to get along with people, know how to sell their programs and just there's some similarities in quite a few differences. Talking to Ivan mazel, who has covered college football for I don't know, I haven't covered for a long time, but he has covered it for a long time and quite quite brilliantly, I might add it. You can only imagine because you grew up in the state of Alabama. You know the Alabama fan base and you certainly know Nick Saban quite well. But it has been a little more this week than I can remember. We even had a fan a few minutes ago, criticized Saban for doing these athlete commercials during the game as opposed to coaching. And we tried to explain he's not quite doing it during the game. But it is interesting. And no one no one is hitting the bell for Nick Saban. At this point, but this meltdown has been extraordinary to watch. Well, you know, look, Paul, it's shocking that Alabama would lose 6 first round draft choices and drop down a notch or two. I can't figure out how that happened. You know, they've been teetering. And some of it is youth and some of it is entitlement as Nick has told all of us. But the bottom line is this team is just not as good as last year. They may get to the point where they're good, but the running game is struggling. It's really struggling and close quarters. You know, they don't and the defense is good, but it's not great. And they're struggling on the road. They are struggling Danes, all they struggled in College Station. You have to remember that there are that half the team, if not more, is never played in a road game before they went to Gainesville. So that's hard to do. That sort of atmosphere to get used to it. If you've never done it before, and especially what your number one and everybody's gun in for it. So there are reasons and it's not as if oh my God, here we go, here comes the music city bowl, but it's got some work to do. They've got some growing up to do. And I'm curious about Nick Saban, because I know you've spent a lot of time talking to him I've said you know him and your family is close to him. But he is crossing two weeks from now the 70 year mark until Saturday night in College Station. He looked younger than I've seen him in many years, suddenly you start wondering. What happens now for him? Because, you know, if he doesn't win the title this year, how does he swim through this, especially if Kirby smart wins it. He's already lost a Jimbo. He may lose to Kirby. I'm not trying to get ahead of myself, but I'm just being realistic. Sure. Well, you know, I think Nick will be just fine. I think I don't know what you've noticed. It seems to me that he is more at peace with the ups and downs of coaching than he's ever been. You know, he doesn't seem to get as to go from zero to 11 in a heartbeat the way he used to about anything. I think he's got a he's got just a better outlook on things. I don't know whether that's age, I don't know whether it's just the comfort zone of knowing he has proven that he's a very good coach. He was always it was always about trying to prove something, and either to his father or to himself or whatever, and he's proven everything he can prove. It may just be, you know, he's a grandfather. I don't know. I mean, we can be armchair psychologist all you want. But is it peace with who he is and where he is? The fire has not banked. You know, he still wants to win, and he's still hates to lose more than he wants to win. And he still loves being around the young people. So, you know, I don't, I don't have any short term worries about Nick Saban and the state of the Alabama program at all. No, but you've covered a lot of great coaches in their 70s. And Bobby bowden was able to pull it off early in his 70s and then it came undone. And it rarely, but I was about to say it rarely goes well, but there's never been anyone like Saban, though. Well, it rarely goes for a coat goes well for a coach in their 60s, Paul. If you're looking at the record and so Nick has already proven, he's gone where few coaches have gone. You know, he is, I think, I think he's a few weeks younger than Matt Brown. I think Matt Brown is now the oldest FBS coach and Nick is second. On max doing well and Nick's doing better..
Talking It Out
"ivan" Discussed on Talking It Out
"Was full you know and he was trying to bring me down so i don't know yeah chelsea and your relationship was on a scale of. I wanna tim before i've did that. What would you say. 'cause you guys have had a little will make out session. He told me this happened within thirty minutes. Oh what would you say that level was that I it's hard to say like from your perspective. We yeah we it was. It was the strongest wieslaw with anyone else on the beach for sure. i didn't have any connections stronger than than i had chelsea now. I wasn't close to being in love with her for sure I was really interested. I thought she was beautiful. We have a great time together But to be honest that tammy thing at the beginning like going through it makes you a little bit more hesitant You're gonna put out there so much. Yeah it's hard to say like i really tammy And then kinda got burned there and With chelsea like subconsciously. I put up a little bit of a defense one. I did enjoy the date so much in and she started to really like calm occupy my mind you know And and and so there was that element there too. But i was She was all of my effort was going towards her. I was really trying to pursue something errand. So i'm glad you actually put that in context like how close you guys were the timeframe of when it happened and whatnot like i totally. I'm on your side. When it comes i would have been pissed as well if it went down. Exactly how you just said. Is there a way like as far as bro code right. I feel that ivan should have stepped up to you and been like look. I don't have any rose options. I'm going to do what i have to do. So i'm just letting you know right now i'm gonna go speak to chelsea straight up..
"ivan" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Everyone else does to make money. Not just for myself for a lot of people saw the opportunity on the corporate side to do things. A little differently in was really good at raising capital in mentor. Underneath the guy that found seven major minds around the world. Guy by the name of dr amish blanca and from him you know the geology bug. Bit me early and love financing love. The treasure hunt to go look for it and was very fortunate to meet some brilliant people. Along the way referring to some of the geoscientists we get to work with. And you know you seem game. Stop you've seen bitcoin. You've seen you know. A lot of dot com go through the roof from pennies to to hundreds of dollars and the mining market has done this historically the seventies and eighties. And since i've been in. I've seen stocks go through hundred dollars a share for quantum copper company. You know and i've seen ralian a goal discovery in a period of six months. Go from twenty cents to forty five dollars a share. And this is the appeal. You know huge discoveries that you know a we need a lot of copper if we're gonna talk about electrification of the planet and there's not a lot being found in so in since i've entered this business in twenty years billions have been spent. I don't know the exact number because it's huge and all the easy minds have been found. So we're in a business now that's changed. It's a lot harder a lot more rare to hear and see a huge discovery. It has two effects. One is really exciting. When you see a big discovery it ignites the entire market and people like to speculate on a bunch of people that might find these. But if you don't see discovery for a while people lose sight of the mining expiration market. Why would we invest. No one's finding anything. There's no big returns. It's more exciting to buy bitcoin or something like that. That's new or at inflection. Point in the flexible point now. Is you know. In our camp we have four companies were at the forefront of making those potential those huge world class discoveries that could deliver potentially those kind of returns. And that's why i'm still doing. It found a big mine in africa. In oh six. Oh seven called assassinate. It's finally announced. Discovery from zero stock. Went from fifty cents to nine dollars..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ivan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Oh come back and a lot happening out in texas right. Now we've heard bowls be testifying. And now mac roads is speaking He's the baylor. Ad former missouri ad. Many of my colleagues around the country believed that the university of texas created this situation because they think so highly of themselves. My humble opinion i completely disagree. I think it's because they feel too little of themselves. Wow okay well. Our next guest has a few opinions on his new website. Seismic changes in college football. Enter a new era. Ivan maysville formerly of espn covered the last. Go around ten years ago. And we're so grateful that You're with us today. Ivan first of all how are you and welcome back to the program. I also covered the to realignments before that one ten years ago. So this one's a little different you cover. You covered the birth of the sec. Back in one thousand nine hundred three. Didn't you our sitting out i. i just thought i'd try it on somebody else. Yeah now i do. Go back onto the tab but not before that this is so interesting because the summer of ten and eleven were I thought among the craziest things we've ever seen because it was it was an endless stream of speculation. It really wasn't this time. All of a sudden we all looked down at our phones. One afternoon and this deal was done. I'm curious With your many contacts around college athletics Our how were they able to keep this away from literally everyone else including apparently bob bos we who said today he. He didn't know about until the story came out. Well it's it's a single transaction you know to schools approached one conference so in that sense You know keeping it secret part and from what i understand it was done as the You know it you know. Very few people below the day on the org chart new. And you know this that it was much more of a region slash presidential move Cheaply the engine being a chair. The border regions at ut so That part didn't surprise me. Why didn't let's talk about what it means Not so much to the sec. Because i think that self explanatory and self evident but what does it mean to college. Athletics general especially college football. I think you know we're we're we. Just paul take for granted that there are going to be one hundred and thirty teams that we have to pay attention to and There's no rule that says that. And if you think about every other big league or conference or sport that we pay attention to you know. Non are bigger than thirty two teams. Give or take and it may be that this that time sky super-conferences concept that we've all talked about for years is now coming to fruition. You know the I had an ad say to me today that yeah look. We don't have anything in common with mexico state and we. We haven't for a long time and you know y think what we're seeing is the beginning of a winnowing out and getting down to who knows how many schools but No more than fifty or sixty and probably not even that many. I if you're if you're looking around college athletics right now. And and i thought we would see something. The story is now know eleven twelve days. Old let's start with the big ten. That's the biggest conference out there. What are their moves. And what do you think they'll do well who's got who's out there. That's going to bring them money. You know i mean that's that's this is all strictly financial deal. That was the motivation of texas. And all you was financial stability. It was the motivation of nebraska. Go into the big ten. Who out there is going to help the big towns bottom line in you know and also meets. There are other criteria which is You gotta be a member of the association of american universities. Which is the you know. High class academic level of certification. You know the only people in the big twelve. I think that that they might even look at her or kansas in iowa state. Because they're both in the aau there may be a couple of others in the big to allow no but you know k. U. is is dead football wise. And i was stayed brings them nothing in terms of additional viewers. It's just another mouth okay. Hey are at least one hundred fifty people in iowa arthur. But they got the hawkeyes. Don't need to you're right. They don't need to cyclone they've got they've got the big. The big metro metropolis covered And kansas is. I mean let's not even time on on kansas so done there And the idea that they're going to go to Steal someone I don't think is is very likely is it. I don't think so. You know when. They took maryland and rutgers delaney made a very strong push for georgia tech. Try to you know bag. Doors way into the sec footprint. Which was such a delaney move. You know such an aggressive move and georgia tech now and you know now everybody you the other thing you got to think about is everybody is signed away their tv rights for a very long time. So you know the to make it harder to leave. So i i think the big ten and the big ten. It's fine the big ten's in good shape. They don't have to do anything. What about what about the. Acc the sec's in okay shape You know again. Everybody has signed the rights to the atc. Their tv contract is is good. It's not great but you know they're okay. I mean they're gonna be but you know they're falling behind as everybody is the sec in terms of television. The big ten is coming up next and i know with cbs suddenly meeting content. I'm sure big ten is going to have you know quite a nice little bidding war For you know for their content. So i'm the big. Tell me fine you know i. Lord knows what happens if the pack packing answer a single thing about the pac twelve march. They they have a new commissioner. Who certainly Is not shy. Put it that way so now So they were already about the fall off the face of the earth and so what happens now..
If I Were You
"ivan" Discussed on If I Were You
"Newest podcasters again from it. Is london right. You guys are in london. We are in london. Fuck yeah all. Right from london maxine yvonne buckingham palace podcast studio itself. This is a question sent from a man. An american man born in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. I don't know if that helps. Color this vision of this man in your in your mind's eye but we need a fake name. Something we can refer to him as so that we can keep him completely anonymous so either max or yvonne. Do you guys have an american man's name. We can call this guy chad great. You're saying there's no chad's over there that's absolutely not there is not so well okay. Well this is a quick question. Sorry talking about american names in my school we had We had to. Americans come over for one term and one of them. A boy was called carol. And we'll we'll. We'll bullied him. Yeah we'll bullied because because it was a girl's name but his his argument was it was a boy's name because double double l. dude So i was just. I just wanted to double check is double audible carol. A boy's name. No you're right to make fun of that man can't get a great name. It was free to sort of shame. Him peril with two hours to wells isn't a spelling of anything that's been. He should have been bullied for the extra letters that through the less i think the let the lessons is what does it for me way. Merrill is a surname. I've heard carol as a surname with two hours into wells obsolete now it was it was twins called caroline perry interesting anyway onto because now i feel now that we've established that carol was rightfully bullied. We should probably try to reach back out so amir and i can bully he. Won't there was a famous actor in america named carroll o'connor Played archie bunker like in the seventies and eighties and his name was carol indeed with two rs to els but all this guy didn't have relied on people knowing that so yeah let's go back to bully him and okay okay. I respect that even even as he has a valid name your thesis remains jamie yea carroll o'connor and that's more the exception the rule and apps except considered it yet. We considered it. And you don't have a name or a leg to stand on us hundred percent anyway. Let's call this guy. chad bad. Carol chad carrots recently the tv show. I carly was revived on paramount tv. I was a little too old to watch the show and it came out originally but my little sister liked it. So whenever i came home from college we would watch together and as a small place in my heart which is why i would like to watch the revival when i brought it up to my wife that we need a subscription to paramount. Tv to watch. i carly. She said that we didn't need another subscription to a streaming service but also kind of teased me for wanting to watch. I carly i will admit it's a guilty pleasure. But the more she teased me about it the more i felt lame wanting to watch it and at the end she said go for it but now i'm starting to think maybe i should not be watching i currently should i just watch the revival opener proudly or watch it at night once. My wife goes to sleep. Ready to change the channel. If she were to enter the or should. I just forget about it. I've been watching clips of the revival. And i feel like i'm missing out. Thanks for all your help. Thinks love chad aka care. Oh it's cows a nickname. Not a senate yeah carrollton nickname three hours. Five ells okay. Great you guys. Have over there. I carly or is that a purely american thing. That didn't make its way i. I vaguely i'm aware of i kali but just as a name so could you. Could you explain to us what it is yet. Can you were you were you. I was also a little. I was too old..
The Managing Partners Podcast
"ivan" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Sort of fell in to this type of law. And i saw what those guys what they were doing in chicago really making a name for themselves in five years ago joined started the dc office. And we're now for our five in washington about twenty twenty two in chicago and our too in los angeles as of today a sex. Congratulations thank you. A little bit about advertising and marketing so clearly have a background in in advertising. Which is great. How do you go about getting new clients. you know. it's a great question and swiss. When i think about obviously especially as a small firm. You know it's hard to compete on the budget for the big law firms that were competing with. And so you you get creative. We recently started something called. I'm in in a minute that i came up with. I'm in which the first name of the firm in a minute and they're one minute videos literally one minute. We a little countdown clock. So people you know people enjoy podcast on a lot of times. I figured let's just do a snippet and we've had some fun with that. We post those unlike in a youtube channel. We speak a lot my whole career. I've done a lot of speaking. You try to write articles. I got picked up in the press way Attend trade shows. You know there's tons of wonder if twist my arm trade shows with just people selling their new food products you now. I get to walk around. And say i need a lawyer. But you know as Advertising and all those sort of proactive things are important. But i would say we get ninety percent of our clients through referrals and you get referrals for doing great work for for your clients doing great work for anyone who for the clients of anyone who refers to you and doing all that stuff i think is important not to maybe get a client on the first instance but when you when someone else's referring them to you hey should use a mentality wasserman..
The Managing Partners Podcast
"ivan" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"We found facing lawsuits in california increasing basis. We worked with california firm. Because we didn't do the litigation california. We weren't barney california and we said. Hey let's stop. If we can sending stuff to another law firm zinke clients like us. Our clients want to stay with us so as of today we have an la office and we can Better serve our clients if they happen to find themselves facing litigation in california. That's great as far as the label is like For things like you know plastic cops in that. This may may leaks sort of toxin. like warnings. Like that those kinds of things like that. So yeah. if you ever spend time in in california you'll see on gas stations will say warning vs. This establishment uses chemicals which are known to the state of california to cause cancer reproductive harm. Classics can be an issue. The main issue that our clients faces typically heavy metals. A lot of our clients are in the natural space. Let's say as wheat grass in an greens drank. You've all of your favorite smoothie places because it's grown from the land there's lead in in the ground is a certain amount of naturally occurring lead at just leaches into grass right leaches into all sorts of different things and You know the state of california said a very very very low threshold for how much lead can be In a product and so so typically typically for the sort of natural products but trips them up even another thousands of chemicals on this list. Are you know lead cadmium mercury. You might have read recently about you. Know rice having mercury and stuff like that and they're very trace levels and whether or not it actually presents. A health hazard is a whole other story but The other incident thing about prop sixty five. It's very unusual in that. Not only can the state taken action for violating its law but they're sort of a bounty hunter provision in there so private attorneys can send you a saying. We tested your product. You don't have the warning you need it. They have to offer the state of california the opportunity to california transit down and they often do they can sue on behalf of the state and collect money. So there's lots of little private enforcers after. That's really interesting. I hadn't heard of that before. So this is almost like the class action lawsuit but without the mouth class. I guess the masses of people. Yeah well i guess you're right. There's not a lotta defendant named plaintiffs. But i guess the settlement amounts can relate to sales right depending on how many products sold in california. That needed the warning without pests. Well how how did you get into the niche that you're in which is basically all around. Fda regulation since. I was born eric. I've just kidding About anyone get into weapons. What they do these days. No you know like everyone else..
The Managing Partners Podcast
"ivan" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Hey everybody it. Is eric olson for another episode. That we're doing live for the managing partners podcast. And i'm in my new office with a beautiful white wall behind me. There will be wallpaper there eventually. But for now it's just wight and primed and ready for wallpaper so over the next couple of episodes you're going to see some changes but that is not the exciting part of today. The exciting part is my guest. Ivan wasserman hey ivan how you doing great eric. I have a white wall too but we have one piece of art on the wall. So yeah you you ought to be. Well let me tell the audience a little bit of value. And then then we'll watch so i've in washington is the managing partner of one of the nation's leading regulatory and intellectual property law firms with offices in chicago and washington. Dc and one new mystery office. That just opened. today we're going to hear about. In a moment. They represent a sophisticated client base including fortune. Five hundred middle market and emerging companies in the food dietary supplement cosmetic and medical device industries was also included in best lawyers in america from two thousand seven through twenty twenty one. That's how long run good for you. I like this party. Because we're digital marketing and advertising company and named two thousand eighteen and twenty twenty advertising. Were of the year for chicago. Mike yesterday is ivan lawson. Welcome to the ivan. Thank you very much eric. Consider a pleasure to be on what you're doing and looking forward to our conversation local. Thanks for making time for us so a mystery new office. What's that all about. So just today. It's very momentous day for me to be on the managing partners gasp because my my management has increased today. Our firm announced that we opened an office in los angeles right now. We are truly a that. I like to call a national boutique. Allow firm with offices now in l. a. d. c. in chicago and i can talk about why. La so strategically important to to our firm and our clients. So let's hear about let's interesting. Yes so you know the firm the firm as you mentioned in the bio sorta does what i do. We are really a dedicated boutique to to those industries to the food beverage dietary supplement. Which for those of you. Don't hours of your your. Gnc products herbal supplements probiotics vitamins. Minerals those sorts of things Cosmetics and medical devices what others things have in common is all regulated by the food and drug administration. Man and sort of the firm started out in sort of still is..