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Strong Opinion Sports
"jaros" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"And says, hey Zack, I'm a frustrated packers fan. I'm sick of Aaron Rodgers and his constant drama. Along with this massive contract, so we can't pay anyone. I'm frustrated with not having any wide receivers. It's not just that we let devonta Adams go for essentially nothing. Well, you got it first and second round pick. That's not terrible. And you don't have to pay him. But we didn't replace him with anyone. We didn't replace the vonta Adams with Alan Robinson, odo, and junior Jarvis Landry, or amar Cooper. They were all available. And another free agent passed without us doing anything. I'm also so glad we paid Aaron Jones instead of using that money for a valuable position, yeah. I guess my question is, what would you do if you're a Green Bay? Would you move up in the draft to get a receiver or would you try to make it work with someone like Julio Jones? Probably both. You probably should get Julio Jones. You probably should try to as jaros Landry gone anywhere yet. Let me look at it. I don't think so. I think Jarvis Landry is still available. Jarvis Landry news. No, Jarvis Landry isn't anywhere yet. So you still could sign Jarvis Landry. I would make an aggressive move for them. Here's the thing, because you have salary cap problems in Green Bay, you're not going to bring in big free agents. This is not going to happen. The only way to get new talent in Green Bay is to draft people. And if I am Green Bay, I'm drafting like three receivers in the first two rounds. You have two first round picks, a 2020, the 22nd pick and the 28th. But you also have two second run picks, the 53rd pick, and they've been 59th pick. You have a 22nd overall pick in the draft, the 28th overall pick in the draft, the 53rd overall pick in the draft in the 15 9th overall picking the route four picks in the first two rounds. If I'm Green Bay, I am spending three of those four draft picks on a receiver. I'm going for sheer volume..
Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"jaros" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Limit sue giros between me a you featuring christina millionaire versus fads does all the way up Giros between me. You is a timeless track. He said this right after. Ma came out for the first time. It was a moment but fat. Joe's all the way up provided a moment for the bronx bred rapper to poke at joff not creating hits in the past few years. That was a job. If we ever heard one Number three gyros living it up featuring case versus fangio's on john blaze featuring nods big pun dedicates required. At this point. John rule decided to take more digs at fat joe. It also That his single living it up won this round as this is a truly a hit that age well. Fat joe's john blaze rang off. But not as hard as living it up the m- four big still not a player featuring fat joe versus jerus- down as bitch. This was a moment. Everyone knows big pun. Still not a player is one of those cuts. That is timeless. Fadul sneaky with this one. It definitely won this round over jars down bitch even though this is a really big hit to hold on. Let me get a drunk okay. A right so fat joe's has shown versus gyros. Put it on me. Featuring little more in vida Was crickets idea here. No way singing that. John declared after Nope jarred declared after. Joe played ha. This was hilarious but the judge did something we didn't see coming. He brought out lumo in veto for his legendary single. Putting on me. The energy was so hard during this moment. the jaros mesmerized featuring the versus Fat joe's what's love featuring jar rule in shaanxi. The crowd went wild winter. Sean cpap popped out for mesmerized. It added to legendary field of the evening since. She's one of the supreme vocalist of the of the two thousands. Jarrell knew what he was doing when he added this track to this his versus lineup. This with was love which was fitting we can call a tie number seven jerus- always on time featuring versus fat joe's make rain featuring lil wayne if felt good witnessing the crowd singing along to a shanty in jaros always on time. This is one of them once. Joe switch things up a bit when he we. He immediately filed this moment with making rain also in undeniable single Things up when it dropped. Eight jerus- i'm real. Featuring jennifer lopez verses terrorists garage leaned back featuring fat joe in rimma the moments leading up to unreal ringing off. Gyro got in his bag in hype himself up. We weren't mad at it was Stella memorable moment for the legend lean back is argue arguably fads shows biggest single so it came as no surprise that he stayed it for the end of the battle before single was played. Job gifted hermes birkin bags. Day burgi bags. Are you serious Bergen bags really. Are you serious. Bergen bags the same bergen bag. That on sweetie was talking about months ago. All man. that's crazy crazy man Crazy man a hermes birkin bags to rimma santi. Can we just say it was lovely senior Averse off it was okay. Final moments in closing thoughts A quote I want my brother to get the props. He deserved. i fucking ludger With all my heart said joe before the battle close in response job share. I love him like my brother. That was a warm moment. Joel shared that he wanted to Excuse me specifically share a versus with gyro because at other artists were afraid to stand up against the rappers big storms. Yeah of course. Of course fifty cent chicken out as usual and of course And of course he's crazy. He's very very stingy at lawson. He sued Murder eight which is crazy. That was crazy So joe also shared that he wanted to yes specifically sierra versus With dr will yeah. Of course i did read that one. The final moment which featured gyros new york which features fat joe He came out presented. The idea that there are no losers this time instead both rappers are winners due to the resilience debts gotten deb. This far over the years hip wins again. Which fat joe said is exactly right. Actually grew actually agreed this ship man. You know what i mean and everybody likes to hype up The the whole scores.
The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
"jaros" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
"And quaint about the traffic on the rivers. Yeah i mean my mom always talks about. She did the what was called the magic kingdom college program before was the walt disneyworld called program in the eighties and she worked on The star jets now the after orbiter and then the people mover. Now the pta people mover. She always talks about the canoes as well. And how the cast members stolen disneyland. You know they'd have the canoe races and that was such a big part of being a cast member in magic kingdom as much as it was you know getting to experience as an attraction as a guest. So jeremias friend. Who's sitting next to you quietly having like these these flashbacks of his first egging hiring disneyland and being assigned to the canadians. He's like. I don't even know how to swim. So yeah the canoes I actually still do the races out here for cast members. And it's for the entire. Walt disneyworld so you often see the lifeguards. That are the you. Know the puff dream finders when he cheer but You know going to disney's hollywood studios. I i missed the animation tour that i cannot go a day without quoting robin williams and walter cronkite in that animation tour. It wasn't you know when it first opened. It was part of a two and a half hour tour of the disney. Gm studio the backlot the animation. When i made out here they kinda convinced it. And just the animation part where you'd go and you'd actually see animators on the other side of the fishbowl doing moulana and that moves or proved out here but that that video of walter cronkite and robin williams. Going back to neverland and robin williams. Anything he does is amazing but the heart that he put in it and you could just see walter cronkite trying not to laugh I mean one of my favorite quotes is when tinkerbell comes out. And this is what i say whenever. I'm near luhrmann jello. It's it's like being in the presence of barbara streisand. But that that to me is was one of the please. Please make that thing of that was so unique and coming from a studio universal studios where we didn't have an animation segment that was something special disney's animal kingdom that this one is something that isn't normal to a lot of people but there was a trail in the back by the By the kilman jaros far in africa. That you you'd walk over the waterfalls that joe rhody put in purposely guests could explore the park Sadly as with most things we humans ruined things so they had to stop. Start blocking that off. Because people would explode or get lost or not emerge her a few hours but there a small touches the the guerilla falls trail had a dead. I think it was a deer up in the tree. And you could look and you'd see footprints of the deer or the buck and a mountain lion. I apologize. I not good with my animals right now but you could see their footprints leading up to the tree. As were chasing each other and the the carcass was up on the tree branch so it was about the circle of life. It was about real not just not just mickey and minnie in their safari costumes being cute But that was something that to me. That when i finally got a chance to meet joe rhody i talked to him at length about that and he goes thank you because that was something that we didn't put in we didn't put on the maps for people to see it was more about exploring and finding and again parks at one point didn't have fences around every nook and cranny you could explore more so i think that was. That was something very special to me. And my last as we sit within feet of the carcass of the adventurous club and pleasure island I the adventures club to me was a place that i fit in. I now i'm gonna start to cry little bit I came out again with my friend. Patrick the invisible person next to me We we've come out many times to florida. And i was out here for the final night of the club for the two nights and the final native pleasure island My life would not be what it is today if not for pleasure island and adventures club. The person i live with. And i consider a brother. I met him there. He was one of the actors. And when i had hard time in my life. He's like if you need to come out. We have room for you. And that's how. I ended up in florida almost nine or eight years ago. Now so yes. So touching moment there we go But yes the pleasure island overall just just something to get back on track nightlife Something that you could do after the park closed at eight something that it wasn't go back to your hotel hopefully could make it before. They closed the food service. Yes disney springs has some great aspects but it's restaurants and i know lou could live on restaurants alone but for a lot of us. It was the parks close. You came to pleasure island you. You enjoyed eight tracks. You enjoyed the rocker. Oh beach club the adventures club. Bt sound stage comedy warehouse. It gets mannequins with the spinning dancefloor. Always a great idea around a lot of drinking but it was. Yes the bubbles. It was just so nice to have someplace to go to enjoy the night life. I mean i understand why. Disney moved away from that to become more family friendly. But i still look at it today. Living here going. I would kill for something to go do in the evening after the parks close. You know i used to my. My first day would arrive on a red eye. In the morning. I would be overnight in the morning. No don't start do a park all day go to epcot do eliminations reflections of earth walkout getting taxi. Because at that time we didn't have uber's it cost me three dollars. Take a taxi from the epcot. Parking lot to drop off at pleasure island. I'd walk in the adventures club. And i'd stay there till one thirty till they're like. Okay get out now. And i don't even drink. I've never had to drink alcohol but pleasure. Island in adventures club was my home. One of our best events was two nights before it right. Tonight's before a close. We went down adventures club in what was still to this day a very memorable experience by the way. The name is robin. Would you can call me chuck of so much i looked into. I looked into your eyes. I'll i'll let it pause apple. I looked in your eyes. I'm like come on man. Payoff adventures club was on my list. Not because it was something that i experienced. Because you know germany like you're saying i felt like if that was here today. That's a place where i would fit and i would belong for sure and and not just what it stands for and all the creation but the ties to to see the creativity they animatronic the storytelling all of it. The the the drinks. Even i feel like i would have been at home there as well But i also think about if they had that today would it be as fun as back. Then yes it would be. It would be crowded. It would be everyone taking pictures and and and i get that. That's where we are today and and that's great and i think brings a lot of people together but if that were to open up right now i think it would be a completely different sort of atmosphere than than when it was original. I would have to be different. But i keep hoping every time something is about ready to announce keep hoping that they're going to bring that back somehow some way because it really was entertaining. It was show it was story. It was everything that the disney so well known for and if they could just find a way to to make the roi on at work which is the reason why we lost it in the beginning. I think it would be fantastic to bring those characters back. And bring that story back in and the the improv comedy. Which i appreciate so much would love to see that again and it has.
"jaros" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Actually, now the head coach at Maryland Ronne Zuck is the associate head coach and special teams coach and I'm sure they were anxious to come back. But there's a business trip for them as well. Yeah, business trip for them, you know, and coach locks, even said in his press conference this week. That obviously always a special place to me. He's echoed that everywhere. And obviously Ron Zuck You know, I spent quite a bit of time here, so you know it's an important game to them. But really, it's about Maryland for them right now. It's not about the past. It's not about Illinois and really, they have a Maryland team that is very talented. It's explosive, and they're really going to challenge the Alana here in every phase of the game. Brian Maryland's putting up 340 yards a game passing 535 yards of total offense. Now they played Howard last week and 1 62 and nothing but the wind over West Virginia in the opening week was pretty impressive. It was. It was a good win and and in spite of the fact that they struggled a bit on special teams because they give up to really long kick returns in that game that helped West Virginia, But West Virginia helped them by committing four turnovers, too. So it kind of works both ways and wound up being a very tight game. But it's It's a good team. They're very capable Rutgers, I think is going to get better under Siano. Obviously, Indiana has gotten better under Tom Allen and then Maryland. Trying to keep up with Mike Locksley got great receivers. Maybe, uh, one of the best tandems in the country in Dante. Demons span. Rakim. Jared. Both have a dozen receptions through two games. Two touchdowns each, and they're both big play guys, both of one over 100 yards earlier this year, so They're capable first time that had happened for Maryland and about 10 years, But, yeah, they are dangerous back there Pretty good running back. Uh, think Illinois's got him experience wise on the lines overall, just based on that, But overall, I mean, people have asked me all week. I want to expect I really don't know. I mean, I think Maryland you know, obviously is the favorite coming into the game tonight, probably based on their West Virginia win and Illinois struggles last week against Virginia. It's going to be key, Michael. I think, too. Do not start slow, not find yourself two touchdowns down early in the ballgame. That's pretty obvious, but it's also obvious that it happened two weeks ago. Yeah, you definitely have to. You have to make a big play early. We haven't scored any offensive points in the first quarter yet this season and we're in Game four. That's it's time for that to change whether that's going to get the tight ends involved early, big play from do Span, who is banged up last week, but I think we were all expecting him back. We need to offer It's to do something. I think that Brandon Peters We'll be able to lead the the offense to their first court offensive points of the year. Speaking of quarterbacks, Maryland's quarterback has completed 78% of his passes. 660 yards, six touchdowns. I'll try it first, Talia tongue of the liar. Yep. Talk about tongue of Aaliyah. Lower like a little. Yeah, he's Hawaiian. Yeah, well, and he's a really good player. You know his older brothers obviously to talk about lower the first round pick of the Miami Dolphins two years ago, but he's a really good player. He will see Maryland attack Illinois vertically, especially after watching that game last week against Virginia. Maryland has a good tight and you mentioned Dante Demons and Rocky and Jared are really I think the best receiver duo probably outside of Ohio State gear. Wilson and Chris alive are pretty hard to compete with, but they're probably the best tight end the best receiver combo in the country. Illinois will not have my kept seeing again tonight. But then you get chased Browne back at full speed he played last week, but Illinois really needs to come up with a ground game. They haven't done it so far. Yeah, they definitely have to. And there's a bit of concern upfront. Doug Kramer went out late in the last game with an injury. Blake shirt. Jaros Adi, who was an FCS all Americans who transferred here. Uh, year and a half ago. I believe he's getting heat. If Doug can't go, he'll he'll jump in its center, But, yeah, you're right. We absolutely have to establish the ground game. Try to get chased Browne Chase Hayden and, uh some of those younger guys involved and ready to go come together, get off the penalties, and especially the ones that happened late in that game. Illinois can't afford to beat themselves. It's really that simple. Made too many mistakes last week against Virginia panel using personal fouls, Chief of money We'll have the keys to the game with Martin O Donnell coming up and let you guys head upstairs. Okay? And Martin, thank you. See you up there. Appreciate it. We've.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"jaros" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"605 on a Monday morning a gripping season premiere. For CBS's 60 minutes to Is it a major explosion and what appears to be a complete collapse have immobilized Mommy. We need the Army in Manhattan, beginning its 54th season. CBS's 60 Minutes pays tribute to those who died on 9, 11 and honors. Those who survived. Scott Pelley looks through the eyes of first responders on the worst day of their lives, was displayed that day and followed by a lot of sadness. Commissioner. It seems to be a sad day for you 20 years later, I think for everybody that was there that day. It is just stayed with them. The sadness you have. We have plenty of good days. Plenty to be thankful for those of us who survived, But it's a it's a day that will never leave. Never leave you sadness becomes part of your life. Absolutely. He comments of F. D. N Y Commissioner Dan Nigro, many Children of first responders who died that day are following in their parents footsteps to serve New York City. High school hockey player from Fitchburg, severely injured while on the ice is determined he will walk again. WBC's drama, Holland says he's got a mountain of supports waiting in the wings academies Jake Tebow continues to battle it. Spalding Rehab The 18 year old friends are also there for him doing all they can to help raise money. A fundraiser in Boston Seaport yesterday along with the go fund Me, Page has raised close to a half million dollars to this point, and at the last football game for his hometown, both sides Fitchburg and lemon stir were out trying to raise cash in the stand. Installation. The fourth change, Please. Jaros. Thank you very much good efforts all over the map. Bruins players past and present have also reached.
"jaros" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And I wish my dream when I become grand poobah of the universe. Is that we teach in all schools. We teach people three things how to be healthy. How to have a relationship and how to manage money. These are the three things that are never taught in schools, and I think they should be only three things taught in schools. And once we get that down, then we can teach the other stuff. But I digress. Other signs of vitamin C deficiency wrinkled and dried skin vitamin C is an antioxidant protects your skin Keeps your skin looking Young. And that's one of the one of my secrets. People say, Dr Joe. You look about 15 years younger than you are. And it's Dr Joe Super Greens and Dr Joe's essential source, along with a healthy diet. Is one of the secrets that I used to keep myself looking young and feeling young and functioning like a younger person. So there's no reason why you should have to give in to age, especially if you're early on. You know 40 50 60 seventies. If you're early on, I don't want you giving it you get to 90 and 100. I'll let you give it a little bit. If you're tired and cranky. It's very small study, six of seven men who had low levels of vitamin C felt tired and irritable. Now again, that's a small study. Six or seven men might just be tired and irritable, but vitamin C is helpful for that as well. Of course, we talked about the immune system. It's so important to keep the vitamin C levels up for your immune system because the immune system pretty much is everything. And we have this thing. You know, Covid that probably is never going to go away. And we have to keep our immune system strong. And if we keep our immune system strong and we develop healthy immunity Two things like this, and we keep the immune system strong. Well, then I think we'll finally turned the corner as we have what every other disease known to man, But we've got to build up that healthy immunity and you can't build up healthy immunity. If you don't have enough vitamin C. We're gonna talk about vitamin D in a little bit, too. Now, another thing that happened to me and people will say, you know, humanize yourself when your radio show host or TV show host Is that several years ago I got diagnosed with something called macular degeneration went to my eye doctor. He took a picture of my eye and he said, Joe, this is not good. He says. You're you're way too young for this. You have macular degeneration, he says, and it's unfortunate, But chances are this can lead to blindness. And it is what it is. There's nothing that can be done for. Nothing can reverse it now. I never accept that as an answer, because I am Dr Joe and I figure things out. So I started taking super greens an essential source and I took vitamin D and digestive enzymes. I think the complex I take omega three fatty acids. And a couple years later, I went back to the eye doctor, and he took another picture of my eye. And I remember he sat there, Doctor Jaros. And he looked at me and he looked at the computer looked at me looked at computer and he started shaking. And I went Oh, I got a brain tumor. I said, What's wrong? He says. You're macular degeneration is improving. He says Magnet generation doesn't get better. He says. This is impossible. This can't be happening. And he showed me the picture. And sure enough I had about 40. Maybe 60% improvement. And my macular degeneration. And he says, What do you do? And I said, Well, I take Dr Joe Super Beast Doctor. Essential source. I take enzymes. I think we'll make it three fatty acids be complex, he said. Whatever you're taking Don't stop. Can I refer my patients to you? Anyone that has a maximum generation? Can I just tell the order this protocol of supplements right off your website? I said yes. And every month I don't know where they're coming from. But when I talked to my eye, doctor, they say, Well, we send you patients every month, which has come to buy the supplements. And the reason I say that is vitamin C is very important to macular degeneration, function and super greens, an essential source or a great source of vitamin C, but they're also great source of other supplements, nutrients as well. And then, of course, the vitamin C. You might have heard something called scurvy. Before the 17 hundreds. It was a deadly disease that happened among sailors. And this is why they call British people as an insult Limeys. Because the British sailors would take lines on board and suck on lines that would prevent scurvy. And you don't need a whole lot to. It's relatively rare to have it. But you can lose your teeth. Crack your fingernails. Joint pain, brittle bones, body hair gets all corkscrew and crazy. When you boost your vitamin C, you start to get better in about a day. So you're not going to see a lot of cases of scurvy in modern society, but it's there. Okay. I still see it at period. I don't see appear a lot. But when I do see it, I look at somebody's diet. And inevitably, when I see something like that, I say that this person has a horrible diet and chance are not getting any vitamin C. So there's a lot of symptoms for vitamin C. The cure is very, very simple. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Of course, I take super greens, an essential source and, almost inevitably, damages stopped. Sometimes reversed but stopped. Another important supplement is vitamin D. And I want to talk about this for a second because of my background again is on board certified in chiropractic orthopedics Pain management double board certified in nutrition, Bs and nutrition certified in traumatic brain injuries. Been in practice 37 years I teach doctors and lawyers.
"jaros" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Weather for the big gig all through the weekend, so hopefully they will get lots of people through the turnstiles. It's Jean and Carol in for Steve Skaff et Steve is often Carolyn. Steve will be back on Monday Monday. Yeah, it should be. Well, probably talking Packers a little bit obviously got the game on Sunday. On Sunday, and, uh I was reading an article about Aaron Rodgers and he was saying how fired up He is just for this game because there was something that happened in Tampa that just he doesn't have a great record when he goes down there, okay. He doesn't have a great record, and when he goes to play in Florida, and so they said something about that now he's just you know, that's the burr under his saddle, and he's ready to go. Yeah, he doesn't forget the man's got a memory like an elephant. He Yeah, He kind of carries those. Yeah, grudges with them. Tomorrow Tragically, is the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks on 9 11 and Carol and I were both We were both on the air that day. Yes, um, you know in you It was one of those days where you know, you just get up, and you think it's just going to be the same thing as you do, And it was a beautiful day. Beautiful day. Beautiful, beautiful day. And, um You know, all of a sudden stuff started happening, and we always know you said you didn't have TV monitors. We had TV monitors in our studio and I looked up and I'm like, what is all that black smoke? Where what's going on, and and then you go into go mode, and it's Trying to catch up on information so so we could pass along what was happening, But it was all happening in real time, right because people were writing to us, too, and going what's happening in New York, and we're like, I don't know. And so we it was there was an explosion in the parking garage. There was Somebody who said that there was an explosion and one of the floors and then it was. There's a small plane that flew in. You know, somebody got lost or had a heart attack. We thought a pilot might have had a heart attack, right? Right. And so was this little Plane and you're like down. No, it looks like an awful lot more damage than that. And then you started seeing some of the The the people started, like jumping pretty quickly. It was terrified. And you know you've got the Yeah, it was horrible. It was just horrible. And so then all of a sudden you saw The second plane and just Bam, and you're like Okay? This is absolutely no accident. Now. Now what do we do? And I don't know how you felt. I felt Well, you said this yesterday a responsibility, but at the same time I felt so helpless. I didn't know what to do. I've never very rarely is Carol at a loss for words. And I didn't know what to say. Well, we have never as a country experienced anything like this before. It's I think like you said it was when that second plane hit the second tower that it finally Sunk in that this is really, really bad. And and it continued to develop and again waiting in real time for information from network so we could pass along the information you know, it was it was Surreal, right and and again, I think we we all felt a responsibility to try and Relay the information that we had reassured people we were on top of things. And just throughout the day as things continue to develop. Yeah, we were on until I think too Something like two and, um I don't know what time it was, but my boss at the time Tom Jaros came in and said Okay, We're pulling all the music and we're pulling all commercials. So you guys go and I'm like, what are you kidding? And, uh, but that's what we had to do. You just had to. And so we had We put our producer into high gear and, like, get ahold of the air refueling. Get ahold of anybody. You can sure Just start anybody. Um, And then came you know the shutdown. So we did get Mitchell in out afterwards, because obviously there was shut down and everything. Everything was grounded. Um and just I just You know, I just couldn't imagine. And that's part of our job, too. I couldn't imagine the terror and the just that out, utter fed chair of what these people were going through, and the humanity and Um, when the first tower fell, I just feather pit in my stomach. And then when the second one and and the pandemonium and people running and It was and covered in ash. And, Yeah, it was Traumatizing for for everyone. I mean, certainly the victims and their families and this is trauma that there's still enduring so right, but still, it just was a challenge for us as a country. It was. Yes, definitely was. Obviously I do think that in the aftermath of that we came together as a country supported each other, Uh, tried to come to some way of, uh, They can helping each other. We try to help each other. We're going to share some of those, um moments after our break here and also after nine o'clock, we would like to know where you were your thoughts. Where we are now, and I have got a wonderful email from a listener yesterday who shared her experience. She was an office manager at a building in downtown Milwaukee and her memories of that Okay, Okay, coming up after tonight, After nine o'clock, It's 8 49. We're going to break its Gene and Carolyn Wtmj more. The Steve Scarpitti show next on Wtmj..
"jaros" Discussed on Channel 33
"Podcasters the right set of podcasters. Certainly have an advantage over just replacement level tv talent. But i'm not sure that what we're saying is if the network producers are the that were executives. Feel like they can. They can create those relationships. They create those moments that certainly they. They're not they're not always successful but but it does like. It's more of a premium at creating those relationships between people who they already want who they've already decided of the queue rating is off that they deserve to be on television totally. But but there's no reason you couldn't do it with With a with a podcast or with somebody we don't know we'll just take a jab the yet to be motivated to to take the relationship and to take the take the banner or take the take all the good things that come with it and then you create the right as opposed to taking the other half in creating religious relationship. Yeah exactly i mean. I think that's that is. That is the cabinet. I think of game day right chris. The bear philippa valika. I was mispronounce his last name. Is that a guy. I was turning on game day to see no do i. Now look forward to that segment. Because he's like making picks and talking to guys and you know picking against us bread yet. That's awesome right. It's a good element to that joe. Yeah so i think there is There is something there. And i and i would emphasize. There's such a thing as a friendship and then there's such as their relationship and then there's translating a relationship into a tv relationship and those are actually different because sometimes people have a very genuine off-camera relationship and then you put him on a show together. This sucks this is. This is not something i want to watch. This just doesn't this doesn't work and people you know in in tv and and you know we begin to narrow down the definitions of relationships through chemistry or whatever else. it's not necessarily. It doesn't always have to be a positive relationship moment safe. No one's king in jaros. I mean you you presume. They're probably friends but it's not like they're just like you know talking about the they engaged like besties. Get a obviously. There's a million other examples of that. I mean we talked to brian. raffi on the show. Gene siskel in roger ebert were Very rarely like you know. Intimate friends off camera. But they certainly had a sort of relationship on camera that it's almost intangible And it was kind of the competition right. It was the anti you know. Relationship doesn't have to be friendly right. Relationship can be we are arch competitors and we are going at it on television and pti sort about rates under the same way the time even a little bit of that too yep They have a. I don't think you know for sure if they're golfing buddies or their you know competitors first and foremost but the but it's the sort of relationship that that again it's kind of intangible but it's very very evidently you watch it. It's the relationship of two people that have the same job at the same publication. Yeah are you going to be that person's absolute best friend. Maybe or you're going to have a little competitive edge where you feel that the column you're writing or the thing you're writing is is. Is you know on tuesday better than the one that he's writing. The answers both probably in their case. When when you when you put it that way people that have the same out of the same publication or even different obligations. That sounds like a lot of podcasts. Does it does right. And there's an. Hey i i'm not breaking news here that sometimes you can feel the You can feel the edge in the anti chemistry. Just porn out of the podcast. Let me tell you. I'm going to have a better take than you and i'm going to show everybody right now that i do and i'm gonna cut you off and and mess with you a little bit though. That happens a lot Is it time for speaking of relationships relationships that are both on and off. The air is a time for david. Shoemaker guests a strain on headline oh yes please. Friday's headline about accused mob. Defendants david was considered the mobster. Today's headline comes from arpels. Joseph bien con. It's for medium. It's a story about a man who went missing in a tiny town in the australian outback as the sub head of the story says in this town of twelve. Everyone is a possible suspect. What was museums strained. Hon headline the australian outback outback is going to be the word you're playing with your Outback steakhouse outback. Jack out Twelve people david really. I know outback. Claustrophobic doesn't out stree- knives our back. Oh my gosh you've got it really fantastic. You said gaza phobic thought. I was going to have to do a lot of leading to water on that. One has a good one dam. That was that reads but is pretty brilliant. This is my genuine nod podcasting emotion coming through right here. I'm surprised david got at that quickly. Well fantastic fantastic movie nights. He is david shoemaker. I'm brian curtis production magic by arrogance. Vodkas we are back friday with more. Lukewarm takes about the meetings. He then later right..
Joey's Totally Tech
"jaros" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"To help them get ahead in life. You know like. I know like in the less developed countries you know. It's hard to get students interested in like stanfield. But yeah i think this is kind of a Access point for you know. People are interested in programming. And things like that right definitely and so it's like it takes a lot of the expense out of having to learn programming site to get this budget computer and learn programming on lawrence of python or c. Plus plus what have you. The original model was more popular than anticipated and sold outside of its target market for uses like robotics at also used for weather monitoring and by electronic hobbyist did to its adoption of hdmi and usb devices. And it's one of the best selling british computers as of may twenty twenty one over forty million boards have to solve most of these boards are bathed and a sony factory. And i'm not sure how to pronounce us Pen code wells. That's that sound right. I would say ten cope with penn avenue idea. Yeah yeah we're not sure how to pronounce it some of us. Don't call the tagline. Alright the some are also made in china and japan but the majority they're made in wells Which is unusual for a lot of electric's like this. You'd think it'd be made in china. Right they seemed to make like phonics than in japan and some are made in china but not most of them. So we're currently on the fourth generation of raspberry pi computers and this release was actually done a bit differently than others. As there were several different versions. I know you had like the two gig by four gigabyte. I wanna say there was a six gigabyte version. I can't remember. there is definitely eight gigabyte version. That was released the low later or might have been the one of i two gigabytes. Four gigabyte version. I might get it wrong now. I'd have to take a look again. That came out and it was a bit different of our this generation because he had three different versions that different price points. It was released with a one point. Five gigahertz sixty four bit. Why arm processor cortex seventy two onboard eight to eleven a si wi fi bluetooth five four gigabit youth or net to usb port to usb three point reports. And i forgot to mention the other two or two point. Oh ports of course This also had doyle monitor support via micro. Hdmi and supports up to four k. Resolution it's also powered by usb c. Which switch from the previous micro usb connector on previous boards and then they released the raspberry pi four hundred and november twenty twenty. And i. i've already mentioned. I happen to own one This is actually Has broadcom bc. Twenty seven eleven. Ten ceesay ro Process. i'm not sure if i said that number right but clocked at a one point eight gigahertz clot which is a little higher than the standard raspberry pi. Four that's based on and comes with four gigabytes of lp ddr ram. there's also the raspberry pi paiko. I'm not going to get too much into that one. It's actually a micro controller and doesn't really performed the role of the general purpose computer or small board computer like the raspberry pi can. It's closer to like an are dino you can find extremely cheap models of the raspberry pi like two zero zero w for as low as like five or ten dollars They don't have the gpa. I o pence which i will mention in a bit but the oh also find the more expensive. Hi four a gigabyte model for seventy five dollars and then all other models inbetween now. The raspberry pi four hundred by itself as seventy dollars the full kit with the mouse adaptor cables. Sd card in a great buck. Teaching you about the raspberry pi in programming and everything comes at one hundred dollars deal. Yeah oh yeah And that's why i got. I got the hundred dollar one. I was gonna cheap out with a seventy dollar one especially with for thirty dollars more. He got all that you know. He's been such as a consumer day. I know right one of the big features of the raspberry. Pi computers are the gpo pens or general purpose. Input output pens. Most of your asbury pie. Computers have a forty pin out on this the the raspberry pi model ball raspberry pi one model. Am be only had the first twenty six pence. I'm going to go back to zero for a bit You consider your own. Gpo pens on their has or points for. That just doesn't come with a out of the box. So if you're comfortable soldering you could do that on the zero and have your gpo pence so nice. Now this is where you could that a lot of your special peripherals and other gadgets for robotics projects electronics projects and more they actually make different components and Things called hats. and what have you That had like certain functionality. And different electronic gadgets gizmos whatever. I'm not gonna get much into that today but you can. I'd like censors at stuff You could build your own circuits. You know Using a programming language like python or fuse basic allows you to communicate to the devices. You have connected to via gp. I am so it's a great project gift for kids yuna especially if they're into like i said like programming robotics that right definitely your member those Electronic kits they yourself or education for kids. You know they have like no other boards and stuff like that. yeah. I remember that right. Yeah i mean now. It's like a lot of These work with raspberry pi anna. The newer ones Pretty cool stuff is in a great living in the future. Oh yeah definitely yes. I'd love living in the future. The raspberry pi by default runs lennox distribution called raspberry pi. Ls though you can install many other operating systems on it such as Freebie sd net pse best plan nine. Rest go ass windows ten arm. Sixty four windows ten iot core and far more to count. I know man jaros available to so we have a clear picture of what expedia for yet though antonio.
Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"jaros" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"I've strongly encouraging people to do. Is i think you can facilitate stuff that you don't manage. We're gonna conversations with us to do supervision than we did personnel than we did human resources and talent management under do professional development. You know what are we really doing here. And we've been asking some see jaros. The question is life designed. The next wave of a professional development deserves to be because people no longer. What have a job. They're going to have a life with a job in it so anytime you're talking to a person particularly millennial and down you're talking to somebody who wants to life not just a career so you got expand the conversation and that gets unnerving because like wait this none of my business. I don't know marriage. I don't wanna know about your meaning making value system of okay except you. Can't i would that you can. As an organizational recognize oh people want to live what i call coherently. Where who they are. What they're doing. Values earned alignment. Oh we know from the research. Workplace is a significant place where you experience the expression of your value system this pandemic with a reason. The etre has renewed everybody's relationships in a great okay. We are good organizational development. Were good at putting the tools in place to let you be effective workers. Tell you what we're gonna do. We're going to put some tools in place in power leaders to actually work with you. Used things like this maker mixing for meaning making with. We recall the cover exercise on your work view in your life. You are living coherently. How do you extract. Meaning do you know what is meaningful to you enough to know when you're even getting it's called name and climate so there are tools you can put in place that penetrated into their human lives. Because you're having a look if there was a cat. In the anchors lap on the pbs newshour is okay and see my cat kids so we could talk to you about that and we can even give you exercises. You can do exercise eating discussed with your colleagues may not discuss. Certainly not turn in your your boss. 'cause i don't need to know i need to know that you know you know you could facilitate them. Stepping up in meaning. Making stepping up in values alignment without being in charge of it. Because it's not your life just like we wanna do our job of facilitating the stewardship. A your role in this organization in a way that allows you to make it a meaningful life as best also became. How can we serve you that way and still need to look the paper. I look at your paper. I just want you to do the paper and watching to talk together about that. I don't need to hear the conversation but in each know whether or not you in the process you learn things. I want to be a feedback. Loop on how were recovered. I think there is a way to get there. This not inappropriate. There's gonna get there. That's not likely to become litigious but it's gonna feel like new territory for most managers and dave. I want to thank you so much for for your very You know in your insights from across your book in your career. It's really been a great conversation. Oh excellent i. It's kind of fun to be you know regular with my colleagues. I always wanting you guys for thirty years. You know academic thing snuck up and bit me from behind. And i really regard the challenges. You're facing so the best to you. Thank you so much dave..
PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"jaros" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Carrying pu for twenty minutes. Straight makes me want to cry. Does anybody have any light with where he wants to carry. I ain't gonna why is pool being carried and he's glowing very brightly by the way the son does he look like you swallowed to jaros trying to get callum hit him with our light spell which is gonna fade quick. So be healthy. But he's dead. No he's within so it's fine mostly went in the house and there was a lady that said i'll give you what you ask for. And she was talking to me. And i tried to stop him and then he walked in and then she threw him out. But you'll debt employ that he was dead. Sorry i just. You'll dad showed up. He woke me up. We don't have time for this. I'm what are we doing. Why was my father in your bed. You have a lot of daddy issues. We should cover this latest a question you know. You're the one that said he won't. I don't not right now. What's going on with breathing. I don't what did you tell you so to keep. I talked to you. And he said that one of us had left the mortal realm. And i thought he was talking about a lean. I did that app. Well maybe that's the way you know he. He would've said it. Was you but i would assume really. 'cause i don't i don't take that he talks about me a whole lot recent or this was a while ago now like as we were talking he kinda got this look on his face and he's like i've got this feeling that something happened to one of your party. One of them has left the mortal realm. I thought it was they lean. It wasn't a lean. He said she's safe So it has to be what happened to you. Said he walked into a creepy lady. It was she was don't know she had house and she was offering to give us something that never sounds good and then he went inside and the door closed and then she throw his body out in the house walked away from the shadow troy to to a yeah it. It's been a long night. And i could use a nap. How about What if we help you get who back to his house. You can rest. Keep an eye on him. The rest of us can go after the house and figure out what's going on or the least that sounds like a terrible idea gets about for multiple reasons. Let's just get back to house. You'll need sleep your crankier than normal. I watched a house walkaway understandable critiquing just saying that sounded offer critiquing. Where like that way. If the shadow comes back who's gonna probably be in even worse shape so we need to worry about light at all time. We will make sure that inspire not on a lot of shadows for your around him. That's much different. I don't know. But i don't seal like we have time to just stand here and try and debate. What's a good idea. If the chicken house has answers we should go to the chicken house in my wrong and i kind of look around at everybody. It's got legs takes benchtop stops. We can't keep up with it. Let's get pulled to house we. We've least determined that that is something we need to do. So let's do that and then we'll move on. Someone helped carry him all right. Everybody one two three coupes whose body back to his corner As you try to lift pu. His feet seemed to be stuck to the ground. Cut him off. I don't. I don't like this tall. And you see vines wrapping up around his legs from the ground about to say do they look magical but da. Best weird altro. Invest slashed at at the plants. With my close you're welcome try. Twenty-three yeah you roll damage caused. I am also going to do the same things. My dagger seven Yeah you you slash you slash these things. But it's sort of like did you ever. Did you ever see avatar. The last heir bender. The cartoon never even heard of it. The cartoon the movie which we don't speak up the cartoon. I would never talk about that. Maybe now remember hugh from the swamp the vine bender as he how you been time is an illusion and so our pants. It's sort of like that. You keep hacking at these fines but they're starting to wrap up around him fast enough that as you hack them away more. Just wrap up around him just going to say again. I have dynamite. And i've been itching to use it. So if cast fire bolt. How much damage would boot a wars that. Toki by cast fire bolt. How much damage would take pokemon has taught me. That plants died a fire. There's a lot of things that died a fire. Just gonna put that out there. He will fail his saving of not not only do a lot of things died afire. But i will go as far as to give you that. Poo poo is would be considered as unconscious. So i mean he will fail okay or box going to go running after the house. And he's gonna yell back at gallagher auto loan anymore. Split in the party love it. I'm gonna do you know. Oh no. I'm with oba and i take off after the shrapnel. I'm toki well soon. We'll have more than one body. Let's try to figure out what to do with this one. He's going to asian by the ground. They're going to die in a house. That are worse way. Still go which one either we all can so we all end up in grand eventually. It's just letter. You are breathing when you end up girls or not. At this point pu is completely cocooned by these vines..
Catch my Killer
"jaros" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Would start off sleeping in that bedroom and then in the spare bedroom. It was just too hard for me to be thinking about what happened though. I mean it was just like they're a lot. I don't know if i could have. I would have been comfortable shunned dorm. Staying out was a reason why your parents didn't sell the house and move or did they wanna stay if feel close to your sister. What was the rationale. We actually looked at houses like brecksville and other areas. I think my dad he found her and i was so hard on him may found her and he always felt like he wanted to be there. There's some kind of resolution would be solved if they needed something from house and he stayed there he died in two thousand twelve so he was there two thousand eight. He wanted to nursing home in two thousand eight but he stayed there the whole time. My parents were divorced. Oldest son was born and they got divorced at. They were all we. My father pick up my maternal grandparents and then they go to breakfast. Pick up my mom who had condominium there and then they come to my house every sunday unless it was snowy air whatever that was for many years and my mom took care of him before he went into the nursing home fixing him foods and stuff and they were very cordial from honor. Stand when parents lose a child they will eventually lead to the end of a marriage almost always it. Sounds like that may have happened to your parents might have would always talk about the murder strangers and lee and my mom. We kept it all inside and had lifelong friends. Who never knew about beverly. I think my mom might talk to some of her closest friends. But basically my mom and i could not talk about her december twenty eighth and her birthday october. I was always sacred. We get together even if we didn't talk about her. We were together. James adele wrote a book about beverly puck who disappeared and older sister. Said she could never talk about the loss of her. Little sister. think it's like there's just some things that are so painful that you you you just don't even want to talk to anybody for this part of the story. I interviewed retired. Detective carl jackie retired from the garfield heights police department. He also investigated the beverly jaros case during his career. Can you tell me how you got involved in this case. Yeah well this is. What happened when i got hired on the police department. I got hired and ninety and grew up in garfield light so i knew about the case. I mean what you heard it growing up and a lot of it was urban legend and some of it was fact but i got hired on the police department. The one detective told me. We're going through evidence one day and you go see that file over there..
While They Nap
"jaros" Discussed on While They Nap
"Friends. I'm chen and i'm lee and welcome back to the walnut podcast. We're here we're here friends come again. We're here. I guess while friends we outside listen. Can i tell you what else what your i yesterday like. I love that thing. I had her saying it nonstop president and it was so funny. She was getting it so many times and it was hilarious. We're all fine. Well i didn't realize how much she had missed being outside until i like yesterday. Sorry this is a this is my second. You want to go ahead and ask me how i'm doing because i can tell you so. We yesterday my sister was like. Hey i want to take mom for dinner And i can take you to if you want. Yeah and you are at this. Point was already showered like in her pajamas in my bad like she was because now she wants to like likes to read in my bed and then go into her back so she was in the bed with her book and i was like free food. I'm like argh address we we go. We're going to go outside read. I'm like do you want to doozy an anti jane. Yes let's go. we're going that and we and and it was just so dope to sit on the patio first of all exciting. The other people. I saying all this other people on the patio smiling. It's like you literally just like it was like what you know. Whatever the meeting that we had like you literally want to run and like high five everybody. That's outside he just like you're just so happy and yeah you're happy when someone comes up to you. Hey you can make slow excited like everything i was. I did that too but it's also so funny to see how the kids reacted to it to jaros going. My god i after she was like running in the parking lot looking all of the different cars looking at the trucks looking at the lights across the street. She was so excited. Because i have to think about it right like like she was born and they find like when she was able to really see things and do things you couldn't speak yeah like it was linked properly either. Yeah she's like thirteen months old and then all of a sudden lock up and that was it so like now that she's actually like you know has the vocabulary to like articulate. What's happening around her. While oh man it was like sensory overload. She was so excited. I'm so happy for her. I didn't even. I don't know who unhappier for myself for my child but we were both outside and loving our lives and every now shouting outside it was a good time so yeah i'm feeling really good because i feel like wow summer..
Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast
"jaros" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast
"Link if you enjoy this podcast and we've heard from a lot of you who do and we appreciate it then. Please tell anderson hauser. Thank you for sponsoring this show by going to our. Og jian anderson hauser website which you can find a link to in the show notes and register for a monthly giveaway also follow us on linked in and twitter and that contact info you can also find in the show notes. Today we have in a show kris earl. Who is with gyro data. Chris thanks for coming on the show. I appreciate that. Thanks for being here chris. Months ago we had on the podcast. Alain bernard senior vice president of jaro data and he was talking about your gw d which is on crude gyro while drilling operations and of course how this significantly reduces hse risk so. What's your position enroll with the company. They've i'm the north american regional manager and one of the things that i am in charge of what north america is the safety program. So not only. Do i run operations but i run the safety program for north america and then couple of other hats like we all wear these rough times. We've been in the oil field last couple years. So yeah it's not my job phrase. That doesn't go over too well anymore. Does it no sir. Sure doesn't everything has to be our job. Dr davis is a small family. Nick close knit company. That we've always pretty much how that mentality. So so where are you right now. I live in houston. And i work out of the houston office. Does our corporate facility here in houston so north american operations and then all of the corporate support systems work out of houston off. Okay all right so today. We're going to be discussing the general safety culture gyro data for all you. Hse folks out there and and what you guys are are doing to improve safety across your company and your operations so christmas hit three or four bullet points on it. Okay sounds good yeah. There's a few things that we've done over laos You know couple years to really improve our safety stats and culture and one of the things i would say. Dreams is the main thing that we've done is actually adopted. A safety culture you know. Previously in years past safety was always important to eight. it always has been one of the staples that.
Talentos para o Sucesso
"jaros" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso
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They Called This a Movie
"jaros" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"Listen thanks and welcome. Back announce time to get into the plot four jumper. We open video from hating christianson. Bringing them all the places he's been that day right off the bat. What kind of accent does he have trying to do. Mid west. i don't know he's from. He's from vancouver and i feel like feel like he's trying to do some sort of northeastern accent. But i don't know which is in michigan right. Yeah right. i don't know i couldn't play. I wasn't sure if this is just how heynen christians and talks and it's like his favorite tv star vinnie chase. I don queens thing. Yeah he he would have been better off doing a transatlantic accent from the fifties movies and it wouldn't it would've made more sense. I wish he went for the full. You know wisconsin and stuff like that. I am a jumper yeah. I'm a jumper from the uber. Go to go to the packers game. A that would have been so good this before we start forgetting but something that really pissed me off about his early voiceover. He was like. Yeah i got digits from a girl in rio. And i was like not as a waste of a trip to brazil. You can't skip out on like the brazilian women for a girl. You could have went to poland in that. They're taking too spicy for him. I'm assuming like i. I used to work with the band and i toured with them a bit and i wouldn't go to brazil with them because i was like. I'm going to hate myself the entire time there. I don't want to be around. It like go enjoy yourselves. Tell me about when you get home and get like get tested and then tell me everything that happened. Plenty of pictures. Yeah so you mentioned. He's been to paris for the coffee. Mail do new surfing council jaro as well as brazil and he standing on top of the sphinx as we hear all this. 'cause i own that before lunch all that before lunch and i think they might have just gotten a couple. They were allowed to shoot at the sphinx for an extended period of time. Because we go there lot and we flashback to when he was a kid his name is david and he's your regular awkward teen and he has a crush on mili played by anna fear. Rob he gives her snow globe of paris because she wants to travel than her bully of a boyfriend. Mark takes a snow globe and throws it on frozen lake so david had custody retrieve it on the ice and falls through. He panics onto the water struggling to find his way out while mili tries to get help eventually accidentally.
Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"jaros" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"Hello and welcome to kardashian at the podcast about all things kardashian. I'm just ghajar in. I'm marcie jaro my friend. It's very funny. I always say marcy jarrell high. And then i'm like should i keep talking. I feel like i should throw it back. I don't know there's always an unknown. We don't know it's not scripted. We follow us her. Also it's so much weirder ten. I mean obviously it's been a full fucking year now but it's so weird to not be in person because there's the rhythm of body language is just off of like where you can give the clues like i i i i'm ready in you got it. You got it. I mean the same for work stuff. It's like it's going to be so weird To we're talking about this before we started recording like the unlearn and relearning of things post covid. And yet the idea of like. I'm sure will feel crazy when we are recording in person together. I can't wait to hear how that episode sounds. Because i'm gonna be like probably talking somehow like even faster than i've ever talked and be like scream laughing and dripping in sweat like who incited her words. Well it could come sooner than later to yuccas. i think A pre existing condition next month in la. You can get a get yourself a little vaccine my goodness so then i because i have asthma and he'll be city. Thank you for that stupid unnecessary existing condition. But i i'll take it. I will take it so. Yeah i won't be able to if unless all of our vaccines Frozen oh my friend. Just got water louisiana known texas. I have a bunch of friends in texas in dallas austin and houston and my friend in houston texas texas. We got water last night. Oh my god they still have to boil it. I mean this is this has has been. I mean there's a lot of news. This was a big week of a lot of news which we will get really Specifically to this podcast But my god. I just like i felt like i just spent the whole week like stunned looking at pictures and images of just being made me cry so much too..
A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
Flowers for Drying With Jenny Elliott
"Honestly, after the very dry year we've had maybe it's a good thing. We're talking about dry flowers. And my only background with dried flowers really as being the granddaughter of a sort of Victorian era lady and I mean lady as she was very proper my grandmother who gardened and had a wooden flower press and made pressed flower pictures of them. But we didn't have arrangements and today we're GonNa talk about kind of growing in arranged drying in arranging things. So can i. just try anything or like where does it all begin? Yeah well, I mean, yes, you can dry anything basically, but it's not all going to look good right right Oh. There's there's specific things that really lend themselves to trying that either have like you know keep their color or fun textures or that are otherwise useful for whatever you want to use them for it because there's all kinds of things you can use them for you. Okay So. They're sort of. In in exceed catalogs before along the way, this year's been going it seems like it's just whooshing by in a weird red dystopia way but. You know before we know what we're. GonNa see seed catalogs and if I'm looking, there are some that are everlasting is right and those are sort of the dried flower. Those are the ones that that's what they're supposed to be for is that the idea and then but you dry other things? Yeah Right. So there's all the ones that you think of when you think of dried flowers right? Straw flower comes to mind status is one the those flowers Gomphrena maybe you know the globe amaranth which are practically dry when they're fresh, right? Right hell that they're going to be a good dried flower. 'cause you touch them when they're freshman they're all crinkly and they make that kind of rattled found. You know. Yeah. So so those we always do I, grow lots and lots of that stuff because that stuff they're good dry flowers because they keep their color so well. So they're bright vibrant colors and then you try them and they stay bright and vibrant, which is really nice. But then there's also a whole bunch of other things that you would look at out in the garden and. Wonder. If maybe it would make a nice dried flower and a lot of the Times. They do a lot of the Times. It takes some experimentation and and sometimes there's things that look like they wouldn't dry at all. But you know surprise if you try it out, they do quite nicely I tried ridiculous this spring and they dried beautifully and I was very. pleased. I am imagining are do you in fact grow like either as Lark per del Finian for drying? Do you is that? Yeah I grow I wrote extra extra extra large spread for drying 'cause it drives. So beautifully at holds its color, you have a lot of choices of colors. So that's one that I used to just grow a fresh flower and always regretted every winter not having more of it dried. So now I think I've doubled production, we grow like eight hundred feet of lurks per now and. Probably. At least half of that goes up into the drying loss and we'll talk about the drying lost and all that good stuff in a minute. We will get a little more info on the what I yeah. Yeah. The what Yeah I've been walking around the fields the last few days you know thinking about what's going to go into the drying loss and actually you know I, start putting things in the drawing left as early as Well with Renungio is April, April may June I used to really wait and like you know those couple of days before the first frost came I would run around like an insane person trying to cut all the flowers. And hang them in the law. but turns out it all works out better. If you just you know pick the nice stuff the garden when it's ready in a timely manner go figure. So, So right now when I'm walking around, there's all of you know there's this drop lower in the status and I have a new row of Hydrangea, which are really nice that will drive beautifully and then conference and. So many kinds of Celosias are viewed for drying and then the marigolds that you've mentioned that's something that people are always surprised about I do the tall cutting miracle and they keep their their color really really well, they drive. Really nicely. And then some other things I have hanging up already are you know from the perennials that has come and gone already? I dry a lot of economic. that goal Jaro cloth of gold or the parkers variety. That keeps its color really nicely I didn't do it this year but back annual I guess bells of Ireland drives beautifully. moby m you know is one of my favorites. actually what the common name winged everlasting, right? It tells you right in the need. Is Pure pure white when you dry it, which is really unusual to for something to actually stay white and not get money when you it. Right. So those are some
The Surprising Connection Between the VW Golf and the DeLorean
"There's a very solid chance that Georgia Jaro is the greatest car designer of all time. His genius was in his ability to combine amazing artistic creativity with practical engineering know how his designs are futuristic even fifty years later. But when he drew them, they weren't just concepts. They were practical blueprints. WHO's measurements were strictly proportioned to be something. A driver could actually use that combination of artistic innovation and practicality made Jaro one of the. Most bankable designers of the seventies and eighties all told his decades long career. He designed over two hundred cars totaling over sixty million in sales sixty million units. You've almost definitely ridden or driven a car that Gerardo originally designed I always confused by that sixty million because I was like that could be just the mark one Gulf in one year. That's like, yeah, that's the mark one golf if they sold them for sixty dollars. Yeah like not even they sold them for like three like. Yeah, yes. Sixty million units. That's nuts. That's like conservatively. A. Like a Billion Dollars Oh like billions I'd probably say more than that. Yeah. Long Story Short to jar continues to have a massive influence on automotive design but who influenced to Jaro? Born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight he couldn't come from a long line of car designers because cars hadn't been around for that long. Instead his father grandfather and great-grandfather were all artists who specialized in painting elaborate murals and frescos in the churches and palaces of Italy. Naturally Young Georgetta himself wanted to follow the family tradition and be a painter himself. However, real life intervened in the depressed post World War Two economy of Italy Mario Jer. Father recognized his son's artistic talent but wanted to make sure Jetta learned practical applications for his skills. Italy was no longer a country of churches and palaces that needed painting after centuries of tradition it was now being pushed into modernity by global forces of change. So as a teenager Ger, jetta was sent sixty miles north from Garesh CEO father's town to the city of Turin to study technical drawing and costume design. Strange Mix. Drafting table on one side of the room. One of those cool. Sewing Mannequins on the other yet no head no arms no legs just that torso the bus. All of his costumes look like little cars. For centuries, terrain has been a major cultural hub of Italy with centuries of painters opera, an architecture that tradition of creativity was alive and well in the nineteen fifties when Georgetta arrived to the city. It must have been an incredibly inspiring place for a brilliant teenage artist to be sent to study. Terrain also happened to be the home of the country's automotive industry which had thrived in the early twentieth century but had been knocked on its by World War Two with scoreboard alert Italy Kinda lost most importantly though Fiat was based in Teheran Fiat was the General Motors of. And as time went on, it acquired. So many of its competitors that a couple of decades later Fiat was practically the Italian auto industry. Have you guys ever seen the test track? They have on top of the Fiat factory yet so cool it's so cool. So much of success is simply being in the right place at the right time and for a young designer to Rin of the nineteen fifties was exactly that time and place by then the Italian economy was picking up and car manufacturing was a vital ingredient to the recovery. Meanwhile, Jaro was studying at art school during the day and studying technical design at night among the things he was drawing were cars and one fateful day jar sketches crossed the desk of Dante Giacosa Fiat's technical director. GIACOSA was the designer of the Fiat Five, hundred, a compact city car that would sell nearly four million units and cement Fiat's postwar dominance. He was impressed enough to bring Jaro, who had no work experience to that point on board as a junior designer at the age of seventeen. That's a gamble I mean that's. Amazing. What kind of drawings were you guys doing at seventeen? I actually had this cool skull that I was really cultivating through high school I was doing skull. I would draw zero. Skull. And the Greg Logo. Nice that's all you need. So we would probably work at We'd probably be doing designs for Spencer's sounds like. A. Jarrah started at Fiat during a golden age of the Italian auto and a big reason for the industry success was the increasing collaboration between the engineers and designers.
Daily Sales Tips
Why Personal Video is Helping Sales Stay Human - Casey Hill
"Everyone. My name is Casey with Bond. Dro were personalized video messaging company and I wanted to talk today about power of building personal human authentic connections as part of the sales process so before kind of diving into that. I want to take you guys through a little thought example. That was talked about in in a Ted talk. Recent was Ju- so they asked people to think of a person whose name was bigger and then they said to think of the Profession Abakar and they actually they asked two separate groups than they they circle back in a few hours and they saw how good retention was between those two groups and they found a pretty stark contrast and the stark contrast was in favor of the people remembering the profession Baker. Now why was that? Why were people so much more likely to remember the profession Baker Bend Curse and the reason is context? When you just give someone a name they don't know in that case whether it's male whether it's female they don't have any context around it but in the case of the profession they you think of a baker. You think of the hat you might think of smells. You have all of these different associations so that same principle is true when it comes to video as well so in most people follow up. Say after-sales conversation. They send a standard email. The challenge with a standard email sender text email is. You're lacking those context pieces. There is no tone there is no body. Language facial expression there is not all of these components that contribute to relationship building to contribute to building familiarity. Right so one of the things that we're trying to do on Jaros working with sales teams and we're helping them trying to build more of those authentic connections to close more deals to build more traffic and also to get stronger refers with these relationships and with sending out. You're more people that are talking about it that are term spreading the word and so again. There's a lot of ways you can use video to help in your sales process a lot. I kind of US personally. So one is if you're a part of a sales process where you do meetings with people consultations Demos walk-throughs that type of thing a great applications to do an introduction before the with the MONDRO. Just reach out to them. Make a connection set some expectations. It's an awesome way to number one. Make sure that people show up so a lot of people we see on sales teams are using this initially to reduce no show rate because many businesses struggle with that someone books poignant but they don't Showa the second thing is to create a better context for the conversation by kind of setting that in advance so instead of sending an email that says. Hey we're gonNA talk about Xyz. You're able to housing. It's a little bit more personal than after someone has a meeting the next place that you can really insert video effectively is after the conversation has taken place so you send out something after proposal and for the competition flooding people with standard text emails. That person met with you might have met with five competitors and they're all GonNa follow up in the same way they're gonna hit him on. The phones are GonNa hit him inbox of the emails person's going to have a lot of messaging. That looks really similar. But if you use personal video that's the way that you really stand out. It's a concept. Famous market recalled. Seth Godin calls the Purple Cow. And basically what that means is if you were going on the street and you see a cow. You're not gonNA think anything of it because you see million cows but if you see a purple cow you're GonNa stop and you're going to check that out and you're going to tell people about it so it's the same thing is true with video if you follow up and you have a personal video. That's keener did up person. It really stands out me inbox. It's different it's powerful compelling and so that's my tip for today leverage personal video as part of yourselves process