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Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari post same exact photo on Instagram
"Chris cavalier ian jay cutler blew up the internet this weekend. Everybody was freaking out. After the two of them posted joints matching instagram's the same photo the two of them together. Khorasan kind of has like this bad ass. Like don't fuck with me pose kind of going on and the caption that they both posted the same caption saying the world is full of users. Ten years can't break that very intense. People were very confused. They back together. What was going on. It does seem like they're not back together. This seems like it's actually a direct response to madison from southern charm going on instagram. Live and talking about j. I don't. I didn't watch the instagram live. I've just been seeing tidbits of what she had said on social media but it seemed like she was talking about j. A lot or looting. Dj a lot and then she teaches blow up. Like i think this was a direct response to that and madison and austin and all the drama that kristen j been pulled into recently which is also like you know not totally kristen. Jay had their own involvement in all of that word seemed like they were along with all the shit. That was all the drama. That was going on. So i don't know but it definitely blew up very very interesting. I don't think that kristen j back together. And i didn't think that when they posted the photo i think it was more so you know there's been a lot of talk about them not getting along and you see it in in social media them does not getting along and kirsten posting with all these guys and jay color during the same thing like going back and forth at each other so i feel like there's been a little bit of animosity on social media so then you like they were almost being like. Hey guys we're fine. We're going to co parent. This that the other thing is we're not going to be back together. That's what i took that as but now hearing all of this about madison from southern charm. I now think that southern charm singlehandedly trying to take down cruising cavalieri and jay
Doctor accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine to give to family and friends
"Accused of stealing covert 19 vaccine from the damaged vile and giving it to family and friends. Correspondent Steve Rapid, Poor Dr Hassan Go call denies wrongdoing, saying he wanted to make sure covert 19 dosages that would have expired didn't go to waste. Harris County prosecutors disagree, saying Go call stole a punctured vial from a vaccination site in December and abused his position by letting family and friends cut in line. Authorities say the 48 year old ignored county Health Department rules requiring punctured vials with viable doses to be brought to the main office to be administered to at risk. Frontline workers. The department fired go call after an internal investigation. He faces up to a year in jail and a $4000 fine if convicted of misdemeanor theft by a public servant. Steve
Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country
"A little welcomes the best case. Worst case is jim clemente retarded bag profiled from nick city prosecutor and writer-producer. Cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is various francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor jam. We are back at it regular best case worst case behind police lines and today. I'm so excited because not only do we have a special guest. We have a special guest from my own state of georgia. Gen numbered outnumbered. We'll see about that. It's fantastic and our special guest is cheryl mccollum. He's from atlanta. You can hear accent. I love it. Sheryl mccollum tells what your background who you yes. Well on the director of the cold case investigative research institute. But i'm also a crime scene investigator for a local metro atlanta department. So i wear both hats a lot of actual actual badge holders here. We have a real live like vinnie. The cop comedian. We had on a few weeks ago. Now we have cheryl cheryl. Are you a comedian by any chance birdie funny we'll see we'll get it. I knew for us to really interesting though. But mostly it's jim who likes to mock me and he thinks that's funny anyway. Let's talk about you. This is so exciting. I'm so grateful you came on the show because we just don't have very many people from georgia i mean. Jim doesn't let me every time i ask on his own. He doesn't like people from georgia or any stubborn fate or really anyone from anywhere but california saying like that. I'm pretty sure i've heard him say that. But i have you and you're from georgia so tell us about your background. What do you do. And how did you get there will native laden and i was educated through all my years from elementary school. All the way through college in fulton county also delivered academy for hostile which is in college far. And then i went georgia's jay which is right downtown atlanta and my husband and i went to high school in college together and we now have two children. One's in college are sign in our daughters out next year. So big thing to translate to when we use terms of are the general people. Don't understand. I we always like to ask everyone. Okay all right. Yeah fixing a whole lot in new york city office. We use fixing. I'm big in my car. This extreme eight on our facebook page. I guarantee you. They're going to be play people as a jim. How could you not know what she was saying. Everyone loves making sure everybody in the audience. Where because we do have people in australia. For example who are probably fixing their cars and in london who are probably fixing of tea. But i don't know about college. That's what she meant So thank you for all so. Tell us about your path to to the police. I mean how did you you obviously. You're the director of a cold case investment institute. But how did you become involved in police work. My path actually started when i was about four. So you remember way back in the day. We didn't have interstates so there were two lane roads to get to the beach and my mother would tell us these Tastic stories and if you get outside of atlanta about a hundred miles you'd have radio stations. Associated was are entertained. So i can remember her telling us about bonnie by just became so captivated by the idea that this couple loved each other fiercely crisscross. The united states robbing banks. And i'm like yeah. I got i got to get it on that somehow. So so you actually. Considering crisscrossing the united states robbing banks. Or did you go right. Do let's stop. That stop was a time when did an international joel things hard like the mafia really did appeal to me but of course she would tell me things like well. Honey were not add talian. And they're not don't take you in the mob and so they tried to push me the other way a little bit on the hall. They died in a hail of bullets. Said that when i was four she waited any is when they took me to see the dance. Call now eight. I realized what happened. Medef they took alcatraz. And when i was in the seventh grade straight. Weren't they buy that gun. I guess just trying to show me every element you know when i was in the seventh grade I wrote j. edgar hoover fanmail letter did write you back. He did write me back and much basically say stay in school and studying hard which crashed me because i thought surely he's got a holly me up because nobody's going to suspect the twelve year old little southern girl i could you know get inada places unseen
Amazon will host a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at its headquarters in Seattle
"Is launching a pop up covert vaccine clinic as a state scrambles to speed up vaccinations. Almost cold. Miller is live tonight near the Amazon spheres where 2000 people will soon receive that first dose cold. Mary. This is all going to be happening. On Sunday morning at Amazon's Seventh Avenue meeting center. Amazon is partnering with Virginia Mason, which will provide the staffing and the supplies for that clinic. If you want a shot at getting a shot, you'll have to meet either those phase one A or one be requirements. And on top of that, you'll have to put your name down on a wait list. Teaming up with Washington state, Amazon is aiming to get 2000 covert 19 vaccinations into the arms of those anxiously waiting Virginia Mason also playing a pivotal role with the hopes of this being just a first accident in coming weeks to secure a potential spot. You'll have to hop on Virginia Mason's online wait list. Anyone 65 or older or 50 and older living in a multigenerational household is eligible. This comes as governor Jay Inslee announces a new vaccination goal looking to remedy what's been a slow rollout. Look, if we're gonna do 45,000 doses a day we need the federal government. Seo triple at least what their production is so far of the more than 829,000 doses delivered here, just 362,000 have been given or 43.6%. Each week, the state will determine what it expects to receive. Make decisions to maximize vaccination efforts. And then move those doses. Toe vaccination sites and providers. Please stay in touch with your health care provider. Please stay in touch with your clinic. Please stay in touch with your hospital. tonight, it sounds like all of those spots, maybe taken folks should be getting email confirmations with their their appointment. But again, there is this wait list, and if someone doesn't show you could still maybe get that spot. We have all the information on our website at com o news. Come back to you. All right,
Public Hearing on Rent Control in Olympia Draws Large Interest
"Dozens of people signed up to testify today Online for a public hearing on a rent control bill proposal in Olympia. Details from comas Carleen Johnson, Democratic State Senator Morra dos, a renter co sponsored the bill to limit how much landlords can raise rents on tenants. Once Governor Jay in please eviction moratorium expires. It is on us to provide meaningful relief for the growing number of people in our state who are struggling to pay rent and feed their families. Spencer Anderson with the multi family housing assist The Asian said members are already struggling to make the mortgage and rent controls, he says will only worsen the affordable housing shortage is definitely affect our ability to provide me it's affordable housing where we are already falling so short, providing new housing units to the market. The bill would prohibit provider from increasing rent or other charges for the first six months after the end of the eviction band, which is currently set to expire in March. After that red could only go up 3% based on what rent is set at on March 1st
US jobless claims dip to 900,000 as layoffs remain high with economy in grip of virus
"The latest jobless numbers have been released, and although better than expected, the report shows the cove in 19 pandemic still has a hold on the nation's economy claims coming in a little bit better than expected. The estimate was for 910,000 for initial claims. This would have been the weekend in January 16th. We came in at 900,000. Then you go to the continuing claims story, which many economists say has been stubbornly high. The estimate was for 5.4 million on the continuing claims data much better than expected here coming in at 5.0.
Houston re-signs Michael Brantley
"Former Houston Astro has flew the coop. He's now a member of the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday, a six year $150 million deal. Had charity. Do the math for me because I'm not good at math. That's $25 million a year. Nice Now. There were reports yesterday from ESPN at the Astros also lost outfielder Michael Brantley. To the Toronto Blue Jays. That's not true. He agreed to a extension with Houston two years 32 million that when I'm able to do on my own, that's $16 million a a year year sound sound CIN CIN math. math. So So what's what's it it
George Springer Signs $150 Million Deal With Toronto Blue Jays
"Will re sign outfitter Michael Brantley to a two year deal worth 32 million. There was talk that Brantley would be joining former teammate George Springer in Toronto. But that's not to be. Springer left the Astros. He'll sign a six year deal with 150 million Largest contract in Blue Jays history from the NFL.
Brantley agrees to $32M, 2-year deal with Astros
"In baseball. The Astros re signed Michael Brantley to a two year deal. Where 32 million that after George Springer left to sign with a Blue Jay, six years
Brantley agrees to $32M, 2-year deal with Astros
"But not to be. Springer left the Astros to sign a six year deal with 150 million, the largest contract and Blue Jays history. From the NFL quarterback have Philip Rivers announced his retirement after 17 seasons in the league. He starred for 16 years with the Chargers
4-Step Self Care Breathwork Protocol To Beat The Blue Monday Syndrome]]]]]
"It's monday morning here on main street. Vancouver it's dry. It's cloudy and the weather is still an crisp. I woke up at five. Am did my morning. Routine had accord shower. And i'm feeling great right now. How you doing recently. I came across the term blue monday. Which is a name given to. The third monday of the year due to the combination of both christmas blues chord dark nights at least here in the northern hemisphere dismal results from the new year's resolutions that some of us have set and the arrival of unpaid credit card bills entered offered all in most parts of the word were still in a lockdown socially isolated mentally stimulated because of all the social media apps and there's a mass hysteria about the virus. And i know that it is very hard for most people around the world to deal with. And that's why i decided to put together a four part breath work protocol for you to try out. It is guaranteed to make you feel better. Promise me that you'll do this. And then you will reach out to me to give me some feedback. I want how it went for you. And how you fared after your promise. Now before we get started. I wanted to give a shoutout to magda who reached out to me with an email a few days back. And here's what you said jay. I started listening to your podcast. After i was recovering. From my niece edgy in may two thousand and twenty. Your show was my one. Stop shop to all things spiritual and bronzed on from there. Researching and learning about all sorts of different topics is much of wealth of knowledge from your shows. Many thanks for shedding it. All with us mukta. Thanks mugged up so glad that you get value from our shows and i appreciate you listening. I also wanted to quickly answer this. One question from kendall christine from our podcast. Facebook group is asked me this question. If someone's typical unconscious breeding Is impacted by trauma. How does one this store regular breathing patterns without actively making the self conscious and aware of their red twenty four by seven. And that's a great question and there are many ways to look at it. A simple way to look at it is when we expedient drama of any kind it creates an emotional signature that is stored inside our body as it a minor for us to avoid experiencing similar negative experiences in the future. It makes sense right so the body wants you to a wide. Negative expedients are another drama. Potentially in the future in so it's sort of adding a minder. Storing it in the body and this dramatic expedients how you breathe because we're always on the lookout for danger. Something suspicious on a stimulant that can lead to eight relapse off that same expedients typically when we breathe shallowly at his breathing only to the chest and not all the way down to your belly were unconsciously on a state of alert our fight or flight which is associated with high stress levels. High blood pressure and constricted blood vessels by learning how to correct our breathing consciously breathing diaphragm medically and breathing nearly through the nose rather than through the mouth. Were training our body to relax and active the rest and digest system. Initially you're doing it consciously but then over a period of time it becomes unconscious now. This breath work along with visualization and mantras and some journaling and other practices can slowly but surely release the health drama. So that your body is convinced that there is no danger and that you can breathe fully and easily just like any other habit through practice through repetition and self love you will unconsciously start breathing correctly in a way that supports your health and white daddy. For example at night. I is small piece of tip o'neill like a three m. micro poor small tape on my lips. Go train myself to breathe through my nose. Evil while i'm sleeping. I've endured that to snore sometimes at night and this advice from the book breath by james nestor has really helped. Correct my nocturnal breathing. Batons but again. Sometimes good habits can take time to farm and you need to shower yourself with self love index small steps baby steps because that will make all the difference. I hope that makes sense scandal. Thanks for asking me that question. And with that being said let us begin with our four step breath work protocol step one do and bianca younger literally means self love and it is an ira vedic self-care practice of oil massaging yourself to balance your dossiers. Relax nova system and make your skin glow. There are many ways to do this and some can take one or two hours. But i'm gonna give you the short and simple method. That will take about ten to fifteen minutes. Firstly
Houston Astro's George Springer, Blue Jays agree to reported 6-year, $150 million deal
"George Springer, apparently picking between the Blue Jays and the medicine. He has picked those J's. They give the All Star Center fielder a six year deal worth $150 million pending a physical. This will be the largest deal in Jay's history on Lee their second over 100 Mil. Without Springer. Last season, Toronto was third and runs and forth in
What happens if you test positive for COVID-19 and can’t fly back to the US?
"About 50,000 flight attendants from 17 Airlines wants those airlines to share their individual. No fly list information right now. Those lists are kind of airline specific. Jay Ratliff, Aviation expert Joining us all the coca News Live. I'm good to have you back J Hey, pleasant. Good morning. So these no fly lists. Um what are the no fly list about? Do they involve masks or are they just generally people behaving badly in the skies? When the mask policy was put into place by airlines is is kind of a way to Yeah, Get some passengers to be a little bit more comfortable about flying at first, you may remember is optional If he had a medical condition you didn't have to worry about wearing a mask, but it seems like 78% of the aircraft had some sort of medical issue. Opted not to wear them. So that's when it became mandatory for anyone over two years of age to wear masks during the entire flight over your nose and your mouth. Some passengers did not want to do that, And as a result, they created either issues in the gate or onboard an aircraft. And those passengers had to be removed or once the plate was completed. Escorted off of the aircraft, and those passengers were put on the airlines No fly list, which is basically This is in place until the mass policy is listed. And then we will welcome you back. But until then, since you've proven that you can't abide by our mass policy, we're gonna ban you until The policy is no longer in place that the issue is if I act upon a Delta flight and cause a disturbance that gets to wherever we're going, they pulled me off the flight and say, Look, you're not gonna be arrested. But you didn't follow the airlines mass policies were banning you from Delta Airlines for the time being. Could say Okay, and then I just zip on down to United. Grab a flight on them, and I can fly anywhere. I want to go and the flight attendants are saying, Look, if J X up on Delta. The consequences shouldn't only be on Delta. It should be on all U. S carriers. You're basically giving this crazy guy can opportunities on 10 different airlines to act up inconveniencing perhaps 10 different flights that they're on, and flight attendants are just that the point now where every single day Mask police. There's no federal guidelines for mass policies yet, so it's all the airline policy and most people recognize it As such, so they really don't feel threatened by, you know, getting in trouble, so to speak. Because they know it's going to be something that only involves that airline. There's not gonna be fined or anything like that. However, last week, the Federal Aviation Administration came out said Look, if you cause an onboard disturbance with an airline You face a possible fine of up to $35,000. So now there's a little bit more of an incentive for somebody like Jay to not create a problem with the mask or anything else. So that I don't get in trouble with the FAA. All right, So let's move on to, you know, travel in the age of covert with airlines that went toe, you know, they were started by keeping people at least one seat apart now, not so much on now. There's an Air American Airlines initiative for a health passport. So how does that work exactly? American Airlines is the first airline to adopt this health passport. They're working with Vera fly. It's an app that can show whether or not you've been tested for the coronavirus. And it comes in handy because now that the CDC is saying as of the 26th of this month, if you fly internationally, you're coming back into the United States. You're gonna have to prove that you've had a negative covert test within three days. Of your date of travel, or you have to show documentation that you had the coroner virus you recovered, Okay? And the issue is how do you prove that? Well, this app is in place. Now that will make these these medical testing or records available quickly. So it is you fly. You can show the agents you have, and then you'll be able to board the plate back into the United States. Clusters. Other countries around the world that had that same sort of requirement for entry into their country. And this type of Anak would satisfy those countries. For the most part. Or they could see Okay, you've been tested. It was in three days. No positive tests, You know, come on into the country. You don't have quarantine for 14 days. Alright, And we're gonna see more airlines following suit of this now. The real interesting part is Are we going to see this domestically? Qantas Airlines has already said once the vaccine is out there passengers have been vaccinated will be allowed to fly on certain flights if you've not been vaccinated. They're not gonna let you fly. Oh, if you think you think we're having fun over, you know, mask situations. Wait. So that rules out And when you guys were kidding about Burbank earlier, laughing because they said, you guys may not be too far off. If this type of thing happens domestically, I don't think it will. But I learned a long time ago. And 30 years of doing my aviation reports. You never say never when it comes to the airline industry. Oh, boy, they were at left. Joining us on the Koga news live line once again, J. Always
Inaugural event to celebrate resiliency of Black Americans
"A pre inaugural event is taking place tonight to celebrate the resiliency culture and heroism of black Americans and the African diaspora the wheel one virtual event celebrates diversity and will feature music from black cultural icons such as the O. jays vice president elect comelec Harris along with several of the nation's top black leaders are slated to speak the event also includes the battle of the bands with H. B. C. use like Howard University it airs on select channels and on social media I'm Julie Walker
10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers
"Jake. Seven dollars trey songz hundred and fifty dollars and someone named Kill boy is fifty bucks so there you go a bunch of wrappers on cameo just wanted to lay it down with some prices before we get into today's episode. We're going to do that right now. Ten questions unreal names famous rappers. Let's get into it here. We go it is real names of rappers time. Here's question number. one. Sean carter number one. Who is a rapper. Aka. sean carter number one and number two belka lease almonds are belka lease almonds are number three. Aubrey graham. who is that number three aubrey. Graham question number four. Christopher wallis number four christopher wallace and number five naseer jones naseer jones number six on ika meraj number six on onondaga mirage. Rapper number seven austin post number. Seven austin post anna berate dwayne carter junior number eight. Dwayne carter junior followed by number. Nine william drayton junior number nine to juniors in a row number nine william drayton junior and your last one number ten chancellor bennett chancellor bennett. Those are all of your real names of rappers. Let's see if you could decode who they were with their stage names. In just a second we are back with the real names of rappers number. One sean carter was none other than jay z. Rapper and mogul jay z. Sean carter throwing the diamond up number two belka lease elman. Czar cardi b. is the translation there cardi b. number three. Aubrey graham is drake from canada number. Three drake number four. Christopher wallace r.i.p. The dettori is b. I g number. Four chris wallace notorious. B i g number five naseer jones took the first three letters that name became. Now's a ass now's number. Six mirage is pretty close to nikki. Manosh that sounds like Like how my mom would be like. Yeah i saw that nikki massage. But she would get all wrong and she'd say mirage number six number. Seven austin post is post malone who i read got his name from online rap name generator which would be very interesting. Austin post post malone number. Eight dwayne carter. Junior is wayne lil wayne and number nine william drayton. Junior is flavor flav
Washington State Partners With Starbucks For Vaccine Distribution
"Governor Jay Inslee says his state is teaming up with coffee giant Starbucks to distribute the covert vaccine logistical assistance, which is quite helpful, in fact, training other entities how to run a high throughput, vaccination, said. 11. Starbucks employees will help lead the effort to vaccinate 45,000 Washington state residents each day. Two
Mets fire GM fired over explicit texts sent to female reporter
"When you're the general manager of a major league baseball team. Aren't you supposed to focus on baseball? You've got better things to do than send explicit images to a female reporter. But that's what the Mets GM Jared Porter has admitted to doing. Order was working with the Chicago Cubs before he was hired by the Mets and, according to a story on ESPN. Sent more than 60 messages before he sent his final lewd photo. The Mets need to fire Porter today. I think they did. He's already been Can I think it might have come out this morning? I thought I saw a headline early early this morning. You're right, though, Steve, this guy ran a girl out of the country.
Inauguration rehearsal evacuated after fire in homeless camp
"Highway several several blocks blocks from from the the Capitol Capitol caused caused a a brief brief lockdown lockdown at at the the complex complex and and rehearsal rehearsal of of Wednesday's Wednesday's inauguration inauguration was was evacuated. evacuated. This This is is the the reflection reflection of of the the heightened heightened state of alert. In the nation's capital parts of Washington, especially the areas around the capital resemble an armed camp security remains high. Officials trying to make sure Wednesday's inauguration takes place without any problems. Former Homeland Security Secretary Jay Johnson, I think we have to be vigilant, but I do have confidence in the skill in the preparation. Of our security forces out there. He was on CBS this morning earlier today, there was a brief security scare at the Capitol. Ah, lockdown was ordered it turned out. The scare was prompted by a small fire at a homeless encampment. Steve Futterman
"jay i" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"And have to buy a new one by new filter to make sure the gasoline going into his kind of Nice and clean because otherwise it all gets clogged up any breaks right? Who who do you understand more abundantly stands there and talk for twenty minutes while Bosnia says the this is a problem. This is what we ought to do. An, even with that we. Interesting. Enough. We call these disability kind of like part of the soft skill set. and. It's so frustrating, I, we should not call it soft. I think Lee wrote in the notes like it's harder than programming. Programming has a defined. Set. Like you said, it has a defined terminology it has A. Consistency to it. That makes it relatively easy. To. Accomplish, once you've learned. However. Communication. Is Very. Fluid. I mean the type of conversation, the type of empathy and compassion that you need to show someone can vary based on. The effects, the things that have happened to that person whether it be that morning whether it be. Through hundreds of years of systemic racism or exclusivity. there. Is A lot. That goes to Halley convey information how we communicate to one another and a lot of that is coming to light now with the conversation of removing phrases like master and slave or blacklist white list and. There's there's a lot that goes into. That discussion of why it's important. And what I've often seen is To the people that don't feel like it's that important. It's it's. Almost. It's almost as if they're if they see it as a waste of time. where? What really happens is it creates a position of comfort. For another for someone else and like I said what what we've talked about now is being comfortable in the thing that you're doing that that is the key to in my opinion, the key to product took productive development is a level of comfort. So if for some person, it doesn't matter and for the other person if it makes them an inkling more comfortable, would that not be a better solution than to once again, right a thousand lines of code to shave off one millisecond in production. You kinda caught me Jay I. Now I yeah I. Agree. The end of the day, it's all about. Shipping..
"jay i" Discussed on Good For You
"That on this podcast, the biggest imprint is left on culture is talking about bath towels. The most Em's I get army saying I wanNA see Dick Pics because I want to your bathroom towels. Am I allowed to say that in a Brooklyn? NOPE add pressure not. We're going to try because I'm making a good point and they'll see that. So, bath towels to me noth-. Truly nothing is more important than what touches your body when you get out of the bath. There's nothing worse than a towel that doesn't absorb O or that like feel is sandpaper. Oh, though I already exfoliating. Thank you very much. Don't need your help Sir your shut. Make you bleed Green and then the worst is when you know how like. When towels? musty and they smell like molding gross. Nothing worse than a tell the doesn't absorbing. You're just moving the water around what is what are we doing here? It's twenty twenty. How have we not figure towels out? Of course why water resistant? Waterproof, of course, my favorite sheet company makes the perfect. House oh figure it out. And of course, of course, the frigging genius is over there were like, why aren't we making towels I mean these are like spot house like they're like, I probably 'cause they were sick of me ruining their gorgeous sheets with my wet ass body. Crappy, towels. You getting in bed soaking wet you're ruining the Brooklyn and chase I guess we have to McDowell's now and also. Like battles like are so key for me because here's my here's my problem. I ruin my towels because I wash my face with makeup on. But these ones they have. So I need dark towels but I don't like do black tells and you know that but they have something called. What color is this? You see this gray color what is? Off White conical. No, it's not. There's a gray look at that. Oh, the deep grades steel great fall that. I get. So unlike your whiteout beyond we can say I'm a we can't and ads you're a Whiteout, lady. Sorry Brooklyn. They're cool they. Brooklyn. Girl. So I love the plush Bath Sheet Bundle I do that as my towels towels. But then when I take my makeup off I, use this gray color and it doesn't stain and it looks gorgeous. Oh to colors gorgeous is smart. I just got the white one towels are like It's like wrapping yourself in it's like velvet but. Cake like a hug. It's like, yeah it's always like a really Charlotte whenever you start, if you're someone who thinks that morning showers new start your day and you get out and you wrap that Tau around you and you're like, I'm ready for a Clinton. Towels are like a hug from someone that you want to. Hug You not like one of those hugs that lasts a little too long not one of those. This is like a hug from like. Your crush. Yeah a mom hug. Well okay. We're likely we it. Get. Santa we don't I. Don't do I have to tell you guys this again, we don't read the. Brooklyn. Brooklyn and use the product. We use the product. So we don't have to read the products guess on what they wanted to robots. Okay. We like the product and then we just wrath it's called time. Brooklyn.
"jay i" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"Sell credit and debit but everything you know for that split Monday I told you the presentation was like everything just slow down. Songs as you say that everything got the move. Everything. Is So I'm just I go along at US dollars because you get logging 'cause I ain't. GonNa put them behind this. We offered them. You. Know we go put their behind also. Going okay I got some chain. I'm. Jay I. Got I'M GONNA put the right here say no a yeah, I got. Like. them a teen if you give him a t and built game well, technically out only begin ten dollars the no see because you got a twenty over there. So you give him a ten back give. Me Five. Subject. Saying I'm pretty slick to. Nazaire. I is knife into drought now. Say. It. Who's your greatest influence? You know no hesitation most definitely my pops Esto. As though what is the most valuable piece of information that you think you've received for him? I have a I think it has to do it. You know really. You know along this way he's taught me you know you. You have to understand that whenever you're doing something outside or box not everybody's GonNa understand because you notice world is really designed for you. Know you stand ally the Soviet stepping out you know something's going to happen. You know 'cause not everybody's used to soil. Let me know you know not everybody's GonNa understand your vision and take it. You know they're not gonNA take care. Of It just as you are. So you know you gotTa Watch team, the people who you surround yourself with So that's the biggest advice. Our say he's gave me. You know that can go to a lot of different people. That's what I mean by. You know improving lives you know that's the piece of advice. Somebody else probably might need man I. Mean I think dope there's Doug Elementary this I think I've always encouraged you..
"jay i" Discussed on The Corp
"It's like just couldn't stop talking and talking because our minds are racing all the things that we can do and why is that because you're living your dream right now this is your passion and you're living it. Yeah and you're being rewarded for it like what a great feeling I feel the same way I'm in my dream job and I'm being. Rewarded for doing what I love to do every day that I get up and now there's new challenges and I love that too and I love this convergence of sports and media and tack and my gaming industry because it's an opportunity to learn again. But yeah, I mean, look at the end the day who you guys archer core was a huge huge component. Yeah, Alyssa it's interesting. We haven't talked about this, but the like would jay was talking about the passion for day to day we found that where like, David, I've gone to meetings where were sitting in in actually helping. Build an APP a sports gambling or we're going to casinos and like I made this joke before but we would walk into a casino, do a tour and get to point out like all right. This is how I would do. This is how I do that. It's like we're just two guys who love this would be doing this. If you told US reduce for free would do it for free so that passion that I think makes it a perfect deal because everyone's doing what they love alignment, which is a very key you know message sending out there who's listening in like. Maybe, lost in their career, it's like if it is cliche and it does sound sappy. But when you do find something, you truly love it makes everything else kind of Click I'm a big believer in that big cat I I I try to answer when. So when you're asked a question I'm sure you could ask lot like how like this job? Amazing Damn good for you. And I don't think it's not realistic to say to people. Whatever your dream is go no I don't think that's realistic. What I do think is realistic though is that we all core competencies we all have things that were really good at naturally all of us do and we have things were not good at naturally and the what I would just say is people try to find that job or that that line of career path. That takes advantage of what you do naturally really well, and that you enjoy saying like I'm going to go find that perfect job for me tomorrow as it's not it doesn't really exist because even as we say that the passion we have there are definitely days where it's like I don't like this. Question but I think if you like I have friends who have they grew up with and some of them found the right jobs like great personalities outgoing and they're doing sales for pharmaceutical companies in they're killing it and they're and they're taking people out there just in themselves and they love it and I had friends was similar personalities who are in jobs where it's same thing every day day in day out and Some of them are even doing well financially in their miserable. So I always say like just fine. What do you? What do you enjoy? What are the jobs that sort allow you to do that and pursue one of them, and then see workouts Jay talking about passion and challenges what will you say as CEO of this company is your biggest joy and the best part of it, and what's your biggest challenge daily? Great Question. My biggest joy day in and day out is the people side I just I. Love. Talent development. I love. Putting people in positions where they think they're in a position to fail but I know they're in a position to succeed long-term they're probably going to have some failures along the way but seeing people really stretch and tap into what their potential is even if they don't see it or they don't feel it but you do so I'm I'm very passionate about died is When I was CEO Human Resources. Talent. Development reported to me in a CEO. It still does always will work to me. I'm very, very passionate about people and look with great people. I can't do my job and I wake up every day feeling like challenges are going to come but we're ready for them. As the people we have on our team are the best in the industry. So I felt very passionate about that. That's easily my favorite martyrdom the job day in day out. Challenging part you know being in one thousand nine states is a blessing because we have this gaming sports betting opportunity in nineteen states I won't say it's a curse because that's not a curse in any way it can be challenging because in being in nineteen states. There's not one set of rules, right? There's not one set of controls and regulations and big cat. You'RE GONNA learn this when you travel with us good and some some challenge earning have learning right so Chicago, you can do this and we can sell tickets this way and part of the package is two drinks right then we traveled to another state can't sell drinks as part of a package. So it's going to be this is the price and that's a cash bar or you know you can walk back a house badge or you can't walk. So there's a lot of regulations. That, we have people that do this full time to keep us. On track for what we need to be doing in one thousand, nine states. But renewing ince's and I'm licensed in nineteen states in within those states sometimes it's gaming and horse racing and lottery. So I think I'm I have thirty five licenses and if you saw Alyx in Dan what I have to provide for each one of those. It would shake you to your core and there's they know every penny. Of My life where it sits how long it's been sitting there. They know everything about everyone in my family they go back generations and they look at, you know what my grandfather did as a poker player it's pretty intrusive. Yeah. I signed up for it. So I'm not complaining I'm just saying that. It's one of the things that comes with the job that it takes a lot of time and. It can be challenging has nineteen WE'RE GONNA get back to Jay Snowden and a second put I i WanNa talk to you guys about home security and I WanNa talk to you about the best home security out there the easiest home security out there the home security that has no frills. No extra. 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"jay i" Discussed on The Corp
"We're now in one thousand, nine states with forty properties. This is a states rights issue. So man, we just gotTa figure out what's the right strategy here what we were missing of course was a sports betting brand. We have great casino brands, but we didn't have a sports betting brand and audience inside these brick and mortar casinos. Skew older, right so slot players, some table games does skew younger, but most of our businesses slots in that tens of skew older and it tends to skew female. So we knew we needed a partner and we started meeting with all sorts of companies the European. Maybe, that was the right approach because they've been in this business with online sports betting for years over in Europe, we met with media companies mostly the big ones initially the Fox's and NBC. CBS Disney. You. Name Him. We met with the regional sports networks and I wasn't really sure what the strategy was. I just knew we were missing something, and so we we were meeting in meeting meeting. One thing that came became clear my mind probably six months into the process is that whatever partner we decide to go with? We have to make sure that we have complete alignment with them and that we have to make sure that we're all tied to the same end result CASO. If we're going to partner even with a Disney, for example, or a CBS. I was thinking I really want to create a joint venture. So that they care about this as much as we do and whatever we do with them. So fully integrated, it's not reading an ad off a card that you guys get paid to do, and that's part of the job but fits organic and it's it's really integrated and everything that big cat does because he believes in it for example, what I found was the big media companies no. Knock on them. They're just big huge and bureaucratic and remained with people in those companies who are very excited about this potential partnership. But then you ask the question of so I won't use names. But what is the CEO think about this opportunity? Well, we haven't talked to him yet would you outside board members consider getting licensed in nineteen states? Absolutely not okay. We're wasting our time. Are the next one so. We. We had probably met with twelve fifteen companies and we produced Barstool I, believe it was your guy's head of development. Yes. He knew about the pen story we knew the Barstool story, but we didn't know you guys were interested in potentially and partnering up. So I think he brokered that deal and. You you knew you knew in the first meeting there was a like a preliminary meeting which was interesting and I wasn't in that one and Chris Rogers, my head of strategy and John Kaplowitz or head of interactive called me. Right. After we got to find the right partner and I had all these boxes. There's no partner out there that checks all those boxes you will find. They called me like little kids after that meeting initial meeting with Erica indeed. And they said. This is it like checks on my barstool? No Way. So let's schedule next week. So we schedule me the next week and it was Erica and DVD in L Pez. And then I brought my head of strategy head of interact. So six of us in a room. And you start going through the list like what what are you guys looking for in this sports play not pretending they're like, well, we want we need access to the opportunity. We don't have that. Of course, not casino operators. We also don't have to operate a sportsbook. We know how to bet on sports and we love sports. We don't have to operate a sports we'll check those boxes. We. Also would love to have destinations because today as a company we do all of these events we do game day parties on college campuses, but we're doing them in a parking lot at Dunkin donuts something and it would be great if we had a place to do those a real destination because our audience would love that the turnout would probably be even bigger. We check that box we're in a lot of great college towns and a lot of big cities with sporting events. And they. They turned us and say, well, what are you? What are you missing and what we're missing brands, and by the way a brand that we want to lead with that was very. To Dave and. They didn't want to be part of a machine where they were going to be barstool was part of something else. But the lead brand wasn't Barstool and we wanted to lead with Barstool and there was that was day Portnoy's smile in air to air deal and. They also knew that they needed. They needed a they need a partner and they want to activate their audience. So you go through the list of what would it need check check check would it barstool need check check check the last big thing for me was all around structure like we wanted to structure this in a way that. Again, we're aligns right. It's not just we invest in Barstool. and Dave and Erica and Dan cats and others quote unquote cash out and they're like. Running the next we're rich and it was important to us that we had alignment. So I remember the second meeting we went to I said, you know something that's really important to me and not because it's important to Jabe because I think it's important to the success of this partnership is the consideration and what would you guys the two of you Erica and Dave think about fifty five percent pen stock forty, five, percent cash. And it was like that moment I remember like the second happened I was expecting them to say we gotta go talk outside real quickly weren't thinking about it that way and they didn't look at each other eyebrows weren't raised in a recess outside the room they both looked at me and said, we want the same thing via because if it's all cash, it's one time in nature and we're done yeah we walk away walk away and if we do this in equity and this is structured the right way where it's done more equity over time, which is the way we've structured this then we're. All in this for the long-term and we're in it for driving value Penn shareholders, which can be doing events at the property. It can be retail sports books that you guys are helping.
"jay i" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"Respect a little bit. That's definitely 'cause. They're like I was just like from suburbs coming in what's he got to do? Jay I was GonNa ask you this question and you can go wherever you want with it, but there are three main topics right now. Going on with college hoops. In my opinion, you got name image likeness. You've got the G. League deal the developmental system and you've got the one time transfer waiver. Those are kind of three hot button. Topics involve in college basketball. You know maybe missing one but I think those are them. Along with maybe the penalties of the schools are going to face. From the NC Double A.. What are you worried about the most? I. Cover all in one. Concept in in that I think we need to get we first of all we need the NBA the NBA's the only way. We're going to solve this in college basketball because. The the NBA dictates whether guys can come out of high school now. The NBA it's the players. Association and the NBA have to do this. A lot of the problems college that our guys GonNa College. Don't want to be in college and And they WANNA, be making money and they're good enough to make money in King. So that's going to change, but. We need to get. Guys that can come out of high school and go to the G. League I love with the door. Did you like I? Love this? Let guys that are good enough to go to the NBA go to the NBA. And then make college basketball offensive. If you want to be in college and be a student athlete, YOU'RE GONNA be there for two or three years and the. NBA has to agree that we're not gonNA select them. We're GONNA. Take them out of high school. It can go to the G. League where they can go to the NBA. If, they want to be students. We're going to allow them to be students for two or three years before we take much like baseball.
"jay i" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello and welcome to another episode of Run pod in. Lock Dentsu Britain still very much battling Karuna virus and life is a little different to normal forever. The new normal is I'm Jennifer O'Connor here to try and provide you with some running motivation or at least maybe something to listen to you while you take your daily exercise and if you needed coerced off the sofa. Then today's guest might be exactly who you need to hear. He is hardcore. I mean that quite frankly is the best word to describe them. Possibly one of the fittest people ever on run poet and ex special forces one of the stars of channel. Four's who wins. He's climbed Everest twice and he's also got an incredible endurance. Challenge coming up more on that in this episode on each step along the way well. He's used running in his training. Welcome to run ports at Jamie Martin. Identify all right very good. Thank you how are you? I'm great thanks and so that's all right. I just like to say you know because obviously of your background. We thought we'd give you a very tough initiation challenge and that was getting onto run put on the first place. The hottest thing that I've done in my life I'm not very tech savvy to be honest neither am I. The thing is because of locked in happening at the moment run. Port is being done with us in self-isolation so it's thanks to the magic of the incident. We've actually made this happen today. So thank you for trying and persevering and getting through and coming on run put. I appreciate it will times at the minute. Isn't it with all this election three through the Internet on see anyone in passing? I know how much of your day is. A Zimba got loads getting sick right now. They're ready to see some. I'm ready to zero person do you. Do you put some effort into your appearance when you're on zoom and relax a little bit when it's a phone call wasn't showing this abusing shower. Phone call so often share. Didn't get to see it and will look thank you for coming on just so we put this in context obviously were in lockdown on the current series of SAS. There's the CELEB- one is on the tally. At the moment. I was watching it this week. Oh my God sometimes. I just want you to give them a hug. I'm just like all it can give them a cuddle. It'll be better for the nano chance. No chance is designed to be a difficult course is not designed to be in the more pressure that we can inflict on the Bat. I mean it's tough though I mean it really is even just having the guts to kind of go. The helicopter full headfirst into the water. I mean that's a low of guests is a mental battle. But there's a lot of it is well it's just just doing stuff that makes good tell. Israel come on you. Don't do that all the time in. Sas Training. Do you look at helicopter option. Is You put special forces contacts than what we're looking for so in a special force as well as someone who who locks on a word of command regardless of of what they're doing you know falling backwards out. The helicopter is an extremely uncomfortable. Not true scenario but you know. Insulin stood in front. And they say by. You GotTa do that. It's exactly the same in a conflict situation if someone tell you to go through a door. You've got to do that without thinking about it. This is trying to recreate those trying to recreate Lazaros in in different contexts. Yeah I mean. It's a completely getter and it's it's just amazing. It was quite interesting watching high. Different People. React as well under that pressure anthea. Turner didn't even Flinch. Just it was really impressive. Actually because you would maybe know of expected that to be the case so at some. It's a good show and I'm glad and we will talk about Louis and stuff like that but first of all. This is running. Podcast THIS IS RUN. Port and in order for you to acquire membership to oversleep one of the best virtual. Running CLUBS OF RYAN'S. We need to talk about running. So you've always been a runner. Have you yeah thank you know? Renan's always been part of my fitness routine. I think it probably started running really early on kind of full insisting years old and I think probably found fitness that I was kind of one of those kids that one day. The Weight Weightlifting Bench from August from Christmas birthday. I'm yeah just Kinda gone into fitness and just always run since age. What was that because you wanted to be strong and you want to definition is that why is that. Why most boys kind of star on that on that path. Yea No not thought about while into it so young a yeah. I guess you know you look at movies that you're watching you know the Rumba terminate earlier kind of thing. Yeah I guess you know a young boy to look at someone who's physically strong. That's a good aspiration to look forward to look forward to guess venomous part of that. You didn't really know like how to maximize your results in renal or keep him setbacks on but it felt good and I kind of always had the mindset that I wanted to be stronger than the people I've been stood next to. I guess for me I never. I was never naturally running like I'm quite bacon quite Wide Shoulders. I was carried a bit of a generally muscle but also So no the natural runabout Donovan is. Got a Lotta positively positivity from in not just kind of Dolphin kickin and feel fit and feeling strong but just just getting out in the head space you get from being out running. Yeah it does. I mean it makes a massive difference. Doesn't do you get to go out much now as well like in lockdown. If you've been going along your outlets so where I'm at in right on the doorstep of the countryside and yet so I'm I'm training for this big endurance events so the male again out Kind of run three days and then cycling every cycle in the same two two on one off. Today's on one now which defined harder Probably the cycling at the minute. Just just because I'm going out I'm not going to break into. Pr's going out for extended periods of time like a like a very low level. So I'll be able to come back enough. A run and still feel like go again so that kind of stress level and the runs are about an hour and a half to two two off hours but a cycle's alike two hours two to five hours of plunder the weekend just to go out on a bike aside ours and you know you're not riding Max capacity not trying to break any records you literally just just getting miles. I'm finding it finding it hard to just stay or to look forward to that. You know what I mean. He is so much time she should be good at kind of get in the zone and staying focused. Because that's one of the skills presumably you have as well. Yeah completely you know yes and note is in. I'm still human being at the end of the day. Young can outdo five hour bike ride of the weekend. It just man so that looks.
"jay i" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Because it just runs off into the ocean says waves by by and It doesn't do anybody good except roofers. Well Jay I. I'm delighted I mean I was gonNA reach to you anyway and you were invoked a couple of different times this week even before you let me know about this piece in Smithsonian how did this come about. How did you get this assignment? Well I am a professional writer Steve. I'm that's true. I I got a contact Through friend who Who put the idea in front of the right is on the editorial board of the Smithsonian magazine and it's a wonderful magazine it's kind of like A People's National Geographic. You know it's got a lot of great stuff. I mean my My daughter goes to Smithsonian for her schoolwork time It's just A. It's just a true national treasure both well of course the institute in Washington and all the various museums but The website itself which has a daily Just bounty a wonderful stories and and and you know history and science and culture and And you know what whatever's happening right now. Whatever happened two hundred years ago in this country is is there? is their wheelhouse and then the magazine. Of course it's kind of the storefront And it It's it's been around a long time and You know they have to have peace In the Smithsonian is For A for a freelance writer. It's a it's a big deal really nice and the the topic being one. We're very familiar with. I mean Michael Blowin and visits with us. You know at least a couple of times a year and you know typically get to see Michael at Saratoga during the summer and during the Derby trip So I see him twice and and you know he's been on with me live several times over the years and the evolution and the growth of old friends has really been a fascinating story. And and there's a several other parallel tracks and it really transcends just after care and the retirement of horses because Michael. Essentially made a tourist attraction out of these retirees. Well that's true there. There have been several Aftercare facilities retirement rehabilitation rescue organizations. That have deserved. You know about a of credit through the years I mean they just Have done you know. Done the best work possible with very little support in the beginning and growing support as as the the need and the exposure of all to the point where we now have the third after care alliance which is kind of institutionalizes The the efforts To To rehome horses in the off track thoroughbreds effort which really takes more athletic retirees To to a new life but these days The old friends efforts are I. Uh I think they really need to be Kind of Emphasize super because they give a face to the sport. That's really not getting a chance to be exposed these days. Let's face it. The the mainstream sports media in general media for that matter They're kind of on a one note. theme when it comes to horse racing for the last year and a half or so ever since the Santa Anita disasters of a year and a half ago. So we You know we. We should We should cherish a chance to To put forth Horse racing a little different light Every bit as legitimate And to to flesh out the game for the you know the general readership and general public The deserves to be noted. But I tell you the anti Musselman's photographs In a magazine or wonderful I understand though and I haven't seen it yet the website when they when they put the issue on the website. There's going to be a treasure trove of additional an additional gallery of her photographs. That didn't fit into the magazine. It's going to going to be available there so people that have kind of a a kind of Jones in for a visit old friends they can. They can get a Lotta some wonderful pictures that will be included there in addition to Michael's virtual tours which Which has been a a real kick.
"jay i" Discussed on From Scratch
"Jessica Harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is Jay. Kimmelman co-founder Bridge International Academies the world's largest network a private pre primary and primary schools educating poor students and Africa and Asia. The First Bridge International Academy opened in the Mukuru Slum in Nairobi Kenya in two thousand nine prior to Starting Bridge International Academies J. CO-FOUNDED. You soft a web based Education Assessment Platform with revenues of twenty million dollars that he sold to the publishing company. Houghton Mifflin in two thousand four. The students at a bridge international academies are outperforming their peers at other schools in both math and reading. Can you provide some more background to that? And why you think that's happening. Sure so Essentially a child and bridge learns in one year. What a child that a neighboring school takes two years to master so our educational sides are some of the largest seem seen any global intervention if you look across countries such as the ones we serve you see. The teacher absenteeism rates North of forty percent in Kenya forty more than forty percent of instructional time is lost because in the classrooms teaching at Bridge Weaver. Zero less than one percent teacher absenteeism rate. So first of all were able to guarantee that there is a fundamental delivery of instruction on a day to day basis on an hour basis. Part of that comes from the technology and the systems we put in place but then within that timeframe how do you know that you're delivering the quality of instruction so that's where our ability to deliver scripted lesson guides directly into the hands of the teachers and ensure that they're being delivered that's a massive Value for our customers which is what we see in the education results because of the ability for this data to come back and forth between the classroom and our our content designers were able to iterating on every aspect of instruction we do a verse. Be Testing to determine whether this way of describing a particular Concept area is better than that way and we can deploy that real time across thousands of classrooms and determine which Approach is more effective academically. And we can run those experiments in real time in parallel. So can you give an example that of a data that your content designer might look at of a curriculum or a lesson for second grade classroom? Yes sir. Ring it down from ten thousand feet so A few months ago are Designers had a hypothesis by watching videos of our classrooms. A roving video team. That takes samples of our classrooms. So we have the video. We have the test results and we have the the scripted lesson and there was a hypothesis that at the end of science lessons. We typically just like many other. Schools would have an example for the pupils to work by themselves. And typically we do that as an open book example meaning that they could use the textbook as a guide and our curriculum Developers had a hypothesis that first significant percentage of pupils that that textbook being open was essentially like an intellectual crutch and that it wasn't forcing them to reach sort of deep enough for the the material to really click so we ran A short cycle randomized control trial in one thousand clashes. We tested what would happen. If after ten days of Of Lessons we would pull the textbook back And not have an open book and then another couple thousand classrooms. We would leave it open but what we found. We got a quarter million scores. Come in we found that. With statistical significance pupils gain are on average around eight percent On understanding that content area by not having the textbook in the class so now we now apply that to other signs lessons of similar ilk. So it's those types of learning that you if you can do that again and again You're able to learn faster about how children learn than sort of anywhere else now. We talk about the content designers and I'm thinking like wizard of is you know how the wizards behind the curtain. Where are these content designers helping to perfect the curriculum of these hundreds of thousands of students sprinkled throughout Africa thrashing all over the world? We have a team in Kenya. A team in the United States and a team in India currently in the United States are offices in Cambridge in Cambridge Massachusetts. We have A small rnd hub for both our academic and our technology team. You have a background in education technology prior to starting A Bridge International Academies you founded a company Co.
"jay i" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"This is a CBC podcast. I'm Dr Brian Goldman Welcome to Waco black art the show but medicine from all sides of the Gurney. It's pretty common to hear complaints about the quality of care at Canada's nursing homes thing is many of those complaints come from loved ones who don't live there a few months ago we received this extraordinary email about a man in long term care I'd like to suggest an interview subject for white coat black art the email came from Greg Gardner and be Z.. Greg is good friends with a man named Jd Mas Jay's fifty seven and one of close to three thousand Canadians with ls he's unable to move his limbs more than very slightly and lost the power of speech over a year ago he communicates via tablet outfitted with a head mouse device as Greg claiming and Ajay has a speech generating Nice that enables him to talk much like the late Stephen Hawking when the speech generating devices not set up properly J. can't communicate during a recent stay at a hospital in greater Vancouver Area Jay was deprived of his tablet this kind of thing is terrifying to J. Imagine having people moving your body around without your input or permission and with your mouth taped shut so that you can't tell them what you need or what causes you intense pain as Greg said incidents like that happened to j at the nursing home where he lives uh-huh and at a hospital on one occasion when a respiratory therapist attended him this a direct quote the respiratory therapist came into the room and said I'm going to give you suction when they do this my whole body goes into convulsions this time I slid forward smashing my feet into the foot board I cried pain and he reached over put his hand on my Chin and tried to force my mouth shut and quote in his email. Greg made a point of mentioning that J isn't always the easiest patient the complains about inattentive service and drops F. bombs when he thinks caregivers don't listen to him Jay is a fully rounded human being with his own strengths and flaws he's he's poster child for a cause he is however smart articulate and able to tell his own story I think he would be a compelling interview subject for your show. Jd Mas a man I wanted to meet in person jay has been in this room in the high acuity unit of the Abbotsford Regional Hospital for close to two months he was moved here just after the incident Greg described Jay is prompted up high in his hospital bed so he doesn't choke he surrounded by a clutter of Medical Equipment Ah Bente later heart monitor IB drip with this friend Greg and surrounding his bed he looks like he's holding court Buddha on the throne with a bit of a belly long hair horn rimmed glasses tainted toes painted toes his friend regularly comes by and gives them a pedicure he has a tracheostomy or surgical hole in his throat the the softwash from the ventilator he needs to breathe those occasional moans are cries mostly involuntary when Jay wants to speak uses this Ah yes the new ones you editor thank you and so on a camera tracks Jay's movements and turns them into key strokes on a tablet enabling him to click letters words and sentences on a screen a synthesizer turns those sentences and paragraphs into Jay's voice he can also use the system to send texts and emails and to post on Facebook home I didn't answer that one good for brief answers but far too slow to do a lengthy interview in real time I sent Jason Questions advance the darnall. He couldn't feed the tax into his speech synthesizer so his friend Greg offered to read Jay's answers for him uh-huh j what was your life like before you were diagnosed with A. L. S. I was the head receiver for Large Fertilizer Company I guess I fit into the category of a workaholic in twelve years I only called in sick four-times take me from your initial symptoms is activated by a trigger my trigger was falling over pile of logs and tall grass that night the muscles in my left arm started twitching I thought it was the result of the fall air go I didn't think much of but I didn't realize my arm was getting weaker over the next eight months I started tripping over words it was a very slow process what was it like finding out that you have the LS fraud in the first week I was okay with the diagnosis over time I figured I'd give it a fight to the last breath I took a LSS hereditary in just ten percent of cases Jay's dad was diagnosed back in nineteen sixty eight he died a couple of years later counting two cousins Jay is the fourth member of his extended family to be diagnosed his younger brother Michael Whom will meet shortly is not having how is your ability to function changed over the years I'm one hundred percent dependent on my tablet to communicate with everyone without it I would be insane when it's unavailable for some reason the guessing game where you guess and I shake my head for no and blink my eyes for yes what's it like to have an itchy nose you can't scratch being a problem early on what I block it out now all right you holding out younger brother Michael arrives at his bedside rela he's born witness to Jay's diagnosis and their fathers your first knowledge and awareness of LS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis came through your Dad's illness what do you remember about that only the bad bets I was five years old at the time and I guess the realization that there was something wrong was when he went into the hospital and we visited him at the hospital and you know he was in the bed and he wasn't able to speak at that point and he communicated Entirely with chalkboard with the alphabet and the numbers and he would have to point at those numbers with his nose in order to communicate and as you can imagine that was a very frustrating very frustrating for my mother and you know only being five years old we didn't really stand why isn't dad talking what was it like hearing the words hearing he's got ails just like dad you know I was sitting with him and the nurse of the doctor told Jay that we believe at this point that you have it and J. put his head down and he cried and then he stopped and then he brought his head up and he just this big pook leading grand came across his face shrugged his shoulders so I just followed his lead he didn't fall apart I wasn't going to make anything things any worse by you know it wasn't GonNa do him any good falling apart falling to pieces so and I think we've just sort of you've had that attitude ever since Damn the torpedoes full speed ahead that was four years ago today Jay's health is quite precarious that was about to become clear to me need Um suction when Jay has a bit of Flam he can't clear his throat or cough vigorously he needs a nurse an instrument into his mouth to suck it out a bystander in this case Greg and call for help with his tablet jake also send a text or email to his nurse take a miniature it took a few moments for the nurse to come to his bedside now J. is hooked up to monitors it just as I'm thinking about turning on the suction myself the nurse walks in briskly We'll give you a minute let this happen okay his chest the nurse suctions up thimble sized chunk of clotted plan better without their combined it was a stark illustration just how dependent Jay is on his care providers for everything.
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"jay i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Wait but people we treat everybody with respect so when it came along near the last couple of years we we have to salary I took a salary cut to keep everybody on board so they all like that and when they when they heard if I took it ten o'clock show they can all work for another a year and a half they said would you do. I said let's do it so we did it. Fox are ABC. I mean the the there were other networks. That would have fired you to host an eleven o'clock. I know L. but you know would've would've gladly brought your staff with you as well. I'm sure well no see my staff couldn't have gone because they they all have individual contracts with NBC NBC and they could've gone taken somewhere else or it. Wasn't that easy and plus. I'm a very loyal person. I'm the you know. The you have is probably going to be better than the one you're GonNa get and that was always my thing. I I liked the executives I work with the ones making the top decisions. I didn't know but the ones that Ha- all right so okay so they'll do a ten o'clock show okay fine so clock show and that starts another whole thing problems I got had accused of because shows like law and order and stuff for non anymore and then that was that was my fault and I was this was this was a big deal. Well Yeah Plan. NBC's was a big swing for them and their idea was cut costs yeah and then it producing big dramas at ten o'clock do a earlier version of the tonight show. I mean I remember them. I just happened to have read an article. not happened to. I was researching for this article. Well I read an article in the in the maybe the New York Times or something from from the time that that quoted in an NBC executive saying like look don't don't quote me on this asked but if he did a one point five we'd still come out ahead which you know this was when network television still doing pretty good numbers but their their their idea was that because it was so much less expensive to produce it would be you know you wouldn't have to you know you'd have to do pretty good a few million people to watch but yeah well the thing that really screwing curtis otherwise the local affiliates complained because there's a bad lead in the eleven o'clock news so they wanted me to move the monologue to the end of the show so people would say watch the monologue go rhino well that does it work stupid idea so the whole thing sorta went down the tubes and and then Conan show is not doing that well either which somehow was my fault. Apparently you know well. I mean for this. I mean the further in part I mean in in part because our lead in show he's trying to figure it out but also in part because you know for the same reason that the affiliates wanted a strong lead in the news right like they're just were a lot fewer people watching a talk show then might have been watching on or let our numbers were. We had bad lead INS when I was doing the tonight night shows. I mean you know when you get these shows. Your job is you're supposed to be able to pick it up on your own you know but calling on the air for what five months before we came along so the ratings were it opened initially well but it it. It didn't hold on very well so it. It was an awkward time all all around. I guess you'd call. Did you ever talk to Conan about it. No I never did I don't really know him. That wasn't like David. I don't really know I always felt there. There was when I would watch the show they would. They had a character a little Jay and then they make fun of headlines and all this kind of okay well. It can make fun of me. That's fine you know. They're waiting for the day you know. I went to donal Myer. When Conan was on literally a week to week renew on. I said just pick the guy up for years so they can relax. Everybody can do their job. He'll do fine and he was funny. I liked CONAN. I thought he was good so I was stunned as anybody when that whole thing oh you're being really nobody nobody said a word to me and we never spoke about it and that was that was pretty much if you had to over would it have been better to just take the same money from ABC and doing eleven o'clock show up against Conan. I mean you're probably to some extent still the bad guy in that situation because you're petitional. You know the Nice thing about making mistakes. Is you learn from them so I wouldn't change anything feel. Would you do this differently. No because mistakes give you you empathy for people you know I remember when I was when I was watching the cosby trials and all that stuff that was going on here these people these women are stupid. They should've of now well. No you don't because you when you were a kid. When you're young person you don't really know you know I remember being ripped off and lied to and when I was when when I was a kid and I knew was being liked to as it was happening but because won't maybe there's some maybe he's not no. He is so no so I I think mistakes. Make you smarter make you stronger so I wouldn't do anything differently and actually turned out fine for me. What would you say it was mistaken. What did you learn from it. the mistake okay. I was in Boston and I went to a club. I meant I meant in in the situation. When you host the Jay Leno show in what I would have done differently. I know what I could have done differently. as I said I didn't have a manager or an agent. I I didn't know that's a mistake or not. It saved me a huge amount of money just because I didn't have anybody but no I don't know what to me. You Rise and fall on your own ability awesome what people think of you. I mean I'd like to think that I was funny and I was easy to work with and never missed a show didn't throw tantrums trump's so NBC new okay. This guy's pretty reliable. Put Him back in eleven thirty. We'll we'll see what happens you know so and that that's what happens so it actually worked talked quite well. If you imagined what your comedy is when I mean I'm guessing that you're not quitting because you show no signs of slowing down the have my stroke. I'm sure but if you imagine what your comedy is when you're eighty two years old. I don't imagine it's much different I mean you try to be reasonably hip to you know you don't. I WANNA be talking about Reagan's trip to Pittsburgh. People what what but that's that's the. Nice thing about going out and working because you see comedy. You can't quit. I give Eddie Murphy a lot of credit man. He is coming back and he's going to do a big netflix special. It's hard to stay off the road for fifteen or twenty years because because your instincts suggest you have things you just you don't even know you know I the way I would practice is I used to say my act and then try to write a letter with my with my hand while I talked and see if it made any sense and I got to the point where I could write a letter and talk and that allows you to compartmentalize. I can think of an ad Lib about this subject while I'm talking about what I'm talking about. When I turned to that guy it looks like it just came up with some ad Lib but actually took a minute or two just think about what is going to you. Say you know so. You've just gotTa keep doing it. Musicians know off the road for ten years and then come back with an album. Oh my God but you can't with comedy comedy. You've got to constantly keep doing it. You know I mean a classic example that was I did all the material in this last tonight. Show with Jimmy Fallon and I read a blog where Leno say material. I Assam two weeks earlier. It's a comedy magical break in that material in well yeah. It's still new material you gotta do it. Somewhere like like somehow wasn't new. I the two weeks earlier you're busted J. Hilarious doing material more than once well Jay Leno. I really appreciate you come back on and Wednesday night. Don't worry we'll we'll have tied yeah. We'll have tons of stuff and I really enjoy the show. It is a really thanks thanks. I appreciate that thanks for taking the time I appreciate that. It is a fun car. Show where you do cool fun car stuff that I wanNA watch where the host hasn't assaulted did any of his employees.
"jay i" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"Going in my eyes and how everything works. So perfectly. No one can tell me that two planets crashed in these things happen is very hard for me to believe that. I believe that everything happens in life is. Veer to build character to be learned from as some type of energy returning back to you. Everything that I've base my life upon. You know, his worked out that way for the most part, but I don't know one day my nephew passed away in the car crash. I really can't figure out that day. The young kid like beautiful kid just most beautiful respectful kit, and I can't really apply that to anything. Now believe that things happen for reason, but I can't apply that against anything. That's just the way the world, and that's how it is. I think the most important lesson for me would be just be true yourself, you know, sounds like a very simple thing to do, but it's not. It's not simple to do with all the pressures to succeed in all the precious to once you succeeded to stay there. You have a belief in yourself in some in sometimes in most cases, so naive about who you are and what you can contribute to the game wrapping my friends story and now stories together in taking it beyond the level of this is what we did, but this is what we felt while we were doing this, and this is how it affected us, and this is why we was doing what we thought we had to do at the time. I'm trying to find that truth and trying to tap into something really important as well as have fun is not always like, you know, it's responsibility of trying to be great every second sometimes I just wanna be silly. Sometimes I just want to be wrong. Sometimes I want to be provocative, you know, ninety nine problems. I wanna push buttons belief in oneself in knowing who you are. I mean, that's the foundation of everything. Great. Yeah, you have a nightmare when I was young all the time about running away, never being able to quite get away. I don't have that twenty minimum. This is what I think we can all learn from him when the odds are against you, and you have the depth of clarity to listen to your own instincts and follow what is true for you. You may not become a Jay z, but you will become the best that you can be. I'm Winfrey and you've been listening to masterclass the podcast. You can follow masterclass on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. If you haven't already go to apple podcasts and subscribe rate and review this podcast, join me next week for another masterclass podcast.
"jay i" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"It's a great relationship. The people around you inspire you in certain ways be it's something they've done be something they've say. So I think any good relationship inspires you. Well, sometimes bad relationships create great art, you know, in the case of Marvin Gaye and. Uh, shows confessions albumin, I guess Justin's Crimea rivers came out of bad relationships. I guess relationships in general, inspire music, be good or bad, my pain, your entertainment. I was outside of my mother's house in, you know, run in streets for now, fifteen sixteen years old being a man that was following up. If you said you would do something, you did it having some type integrity and at that age being tough, you know and not being taken advantage of because the harsh world out there and you had to, you had to be tough for now. A lot of those things I be tough and all that the line is blurred on that comes with maturity and it comes with knowing who you is. The person is not the provider and is not putting on a show for anybody. It's more about knowing who you are and knowing that you don't have to react to every little thing because those things mostly spun out of insecurity, you feel you have to almost like a peacock, right? Or you have to put up these things. So people back away. But I don't mean that doesn't make you tough. Right. You can have a tough exterior and not be toughest guy not of times that happens, but in a man of your word and having integrity and have an honor and taking care of your family, still those things are in place. Jay Z's father left home when he was eleven. You can only truly understand what that means. If you were an eleven year old boy and looked up to your father and suddenly he's gone and no explanation as to why the sense of loneliness, anger, abandonment, and rage at being left to figure out for yourself what it means to be a man. For the most part, you learn how to to be manned from your dad, teach you certain things. And as a kid, your dad is your hero, right? There's no one stronger tougher meaner or whatever, you know, stronger than your dad my up. You know, I have memories of him when I was a kid and all the middle piece of my life. He was missing for me that took my entire life to resolve, didn't take to the. He died for me to really let that go. So imagine I. So from twelve years old, I was thirty five, six holding onto that anger and you know having to deal with that and that affecting my relationships further. Right? Because once you felt that type of pain, you don't ever want to let anyone that close. 'cause you don't ever want experience that sort of pain again, as the worst sort of pain, the person that you love is no longer in your life. Anymore. So you don't want anyone to ever get that close again, once me and my pop, you know, before he passed away, you know, had a conversation and I was able to tell him everything that I felt everything now is on my mind, I was able to vet that all those feelings go like really like the the weirdest thing I mean, and it was so perfect how it happened, not perfect in in the sense that he's not handy more, but had he passed, you know, before I got a chance to have that conversation with them who knows how will be emotionally still. So you know some kind of way some kind of way. I got to have that conversation with him after twenty five years or whatever. And he passed a month later, the latter part of my life. The feeling that I when I think about him is more freeing than sadness, hip hop. Is a force in the world. I realize that over twenty years ago when the Pillsbury dough boy jumped off the canon, start at rapid hip hop. Like all art holds up a mirror to society and shows us who we are and how we are evolving. It provides a voice for people who might not otherwise have their voices heard. Jay z is holding up a mirror for a lot of people. And what I realize is that it doesn't matter whether I agree or you agree with every message, it reflects what many people are thinking and feeling, and that's why we all need to pay attention to what he has to say. I have a very interesting take on the coach will impact of hip hop and it's a strong one, you know. So I just wanna prepare people for that at home. I think that hip hop is done more for racial relations in most cultural icons and and an essay save on Luther King because his dream speech, we realized on President Obama got elected, but the impact of the music, you know, there's this music didn't only influence kids from urban areas influence people all around the world. People listen to this music all around the world and took to this music and racism is toward the home. I truly believe that racism is too when you're young. So it's very difficult to teach racism when your kid looks up the Snoop Doggy door. And if you look at clubs and how integrated they had become before people partied in separate clubs, they were hip hop clubs and they were techno clubs in now, people party together in. And once you have people, partying dancing and singing along to the same music than conversations naturally happened after that. Right. And then within conversations that we, we all realize that we're more like than we're separate. I think what hip hop has to do is become the voice of a generation at a young generation or the generation in order for hip hop to survive. We have to expand the John because hip hop was always viewed as a young man's game. So a lot of time guys when they became thirty years old, they still trying to make records like their fifteen because that's where the white hot spot was, you know where you were relevant and with record soul, but now. Now as we become a legitimate giambra of music, and if we're gonna last test the time, we can't be considered as a niche giambra music. It has to be a music Senate around something right something some type of truth and some type of motion some type of revolution or some type of love. The next generation of artists will determine what they will extend beyond just become music. The point that impressed me the most about this masterclass was when Jay z spoke about learning from his failures in no longer chasing after success, but following his truth. And in doing that, he's become one of the most successful people in the country. And that's a lesson for all of us. Find your own truth and follow it. I believe there's one God. I don't knock anyone's religion because you know, however, you find God as fantastic thing. But I think religion is done more separate people then bring them together. I think the people that are reading the Koran and people that reading the bible of really reading about the same person when I think we all praying to one God, I don't know how else to explain this sunset and how if I get a cut, you know, scab forms and how my body is like this computer that reacts to movement how my eyebrows may to keep sweat from going
"jay i" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"Slash masterclass offer code masterclass. Do Powell words everything for me, right music in his coach of hip hop, changed the direction of my life in my family, and my friends and everybody around me helped me to deal with my emotions and things that I was going through. You know, found theirself in my music all the time, and then knows words connected with people. So maybe I've helped other people through trying times and other people who grew up without their father and other people who felt this paranoia about hustling or what they felt they had to do and is everything. I'm fortunate to have a great relationship with my fans where people see me for the most part, and they feel as if they know me, they broke up with my music in a listened to what I've had to say. And some of it rang really true with them in connected to him in a way that they feel like they know me. So see people in the street dot, see people out in about most people like, hey, Jay was up is almost like a conversation between our friends. It's really cool, which is great. I couldn't ask for anything more. Music is music. We just all use different instruments. And hip hop. We use our voice is our main instrument, but it's it's all music and every chance that I get. I've tried to cross John Lewis, whether it be making songs with Chris Martin all Lincoln park, or then Kravitz or whomever the most important thing about collaborations. As you maintain a sensitive yourself, you don't get in and try to do what they do, and they try to do what you do. I think you bring the best of what you do to the table. They bring the best what they do to the table when it makes for some interesting music. It's cool to bring those energies together because at the end of the day, again, we're all artists. I'm really student of music. So at the same time I'm making this music. I'm learning of their experience and what they think and what they believe flow is just become one with the music. You find someplace inside the music that you tuck in and you don't get in the way of the groove. You insert yourself in song as an instrument. You're just part of the track. You're no different than the Hawn of the snare or a base or. Hi hat. You found the place in that track to tuck in and you, you just don't disturb the the group which just move and it just flows. I love having that experience. So many people are freida failure. But what I've learned is that failure is a great teacher and if you're open to it, every mistake has a lesson to offer. I've learned more from failures than success. It can be paralyzing some failure in the fear of it. First time I made was I'm called reasonable doubt which in small circles was considered the album like classic album, like the album for that generation in voice of people that were going through similar situations but have been in cell massive numbers worldwide, right? It was still very niche. Then my second album because of you know, reasonable doubt in its lack of commercial success. I try to make these records that were bigger and will be more popular, which was a failure going for that success really messed up that project. And you know, said a bad tone. It was the huge learning lesson for me that if I was going to be successful, I had to be successful at myself. I couldn't be successful doing what other people were doing. I had to do what I believed in what felt real to me and felt true to me because the worst thing to be successful as someone else that's very difficult thing. Upkeep and is very tyrant. I feel sorry for someone who has to walk out the house every day if someone else to make this art into make something that people connect to, and whatever you've made is not you, you're not happy about it, but it successful. Just to maintain that level success has to be very draining. You know, very sad existence because at some point you have to go home. And when you go home, all the lights off and on everything's off and you have to look in the mirror and you have to look at yourself and say, man, I like who I am or not very happy with Hawaiian. By my third album, I had the combination of failing with those pop records and the true and real music that I wanted to make an. I blended those two together and made a song co hard knock life. And that album was when I knew that I can do it. You can have success. We've seen at a million times to maintain success is another thing. There's fear and be successful to you successful doing one thing. You tend to say, I want to stay here. I don't wanna move. I don't want to take a chance to do anything else because this works. I don't know how you learn from success. I haven't figured that part out. Lot of times you fly in at fifty thousand feet. You need someone always keep you grounded. I have great friends around me who I don't shun the vice. You know, I encourage them advice, which I think is very important. You can live in your own alternative universe with how people treat celebrity these days, but you know, long as you keep a good friends around you and also not putting yourself in the boxing, becoming a prisoner, your fame, a lot of people. Once they become famous, they stopped doing things that they did. They don't go to store. You become a prisoner of your fame and avoids been aware and continents of that. Not let that allow that to happen to me from the beginning. I always looked at myself as an outsider to the industry and away. You know, I started my own record company. I wasn't signed to a major, so I was always outside of the cool club. I was in it, but I was observing at the same time. So I've always viewed it with a certain caution. We live in a world where it. Seems a lot of people are chasing fame. It is definitely a trip unlike any other. When it happens, you feel it everybody around you feels it and if you don't know who you are, here's what I believe. If you don't know who you are before fame hit, you will definitely end up losing yourself and all of the other pinions around you. And I think that's why Jay z is stayed on top for so long because he is not defined by anyone other than himself. He sets the trend. He doesn't follow it. Just shot a shot a commercial when this came out and it was I going back through times to all my album covers. And you know, I had to recreate him and I realized how easy was recreate. I had the same haircut in the same thing in every single shot. So I don't know if I've been graded reinvent myself. But as far as the company we have that between the two reinvent ourselves out of necessity. If everything that's going on you have to reinvent yourself to playing is change is difficult in the music business because the internet and everything that's going on. But in a few fareless it's a beautiful time for entrepreneurs. The most fun ahead in the music business was having this little rinky-dink record company, and you know, going up in radio stations, and you know other places as if we were universal, you know, speaking as if we know we sold one hundred million records when we in fact, we. So nothing. So it feels like that Tom again for me because D'Amato's have to be redefined. And that's exciting to me. I don't know if you've ever done right is almost like climbing a mountain in you see another mountain and you go to the next one in the next one. My goal was to have one goal, our them and now is it became more from there in all the way up until the blackout didn't became. I want to show that you know artists can ascend to the executive ranks, you know, just kept redefining themselves. You know, in which is why I took the presidency of Deb Jan. It just keeps reinventing yourself in redefining and self every single day. Outlet, Mohammed Ali for one, not because he was a great champion which he was. But because he had the strength to stand up and say, I'm beautiful. I'm pretty look at me at a time where our people were considered not beautiful and look upon as ugly in frowned upon. But he stood at that ring and say, I'm futile. I'm the greatest. He not only said that for him. He said that for our culture, our generations, so he would have to stand be number one that goes with beyond saying Martin Luther King. Of course, Malcolm Xs well, his strength and also Michael Jordan because of his will to win and his passion for what he did in how he gave his all to what he loved. I would love to affect coach in such a way that you'll remember it like that to thing about life is just as simple as a guy walk into a wall and. Writing graffiti on wall. You leave your name has long after you're gone people. They're looking at your name like this guy stood for that. He meant that to us and he did this for us the same way. I look to these guys now borrow a little bit from their fearlessness and you know their strength and now you know, will we'll be right back after a short break support for today. Supercell conversation comes from audible offering the largest selection of audio books on the planet. Wanna hear more about Jay Z's journey from rapper to mecca around well on your next long, walk road trip or commute to work checkout Empire. State of mind on audible, along with Empire, State of mind, discover a wealth of motivating titles with the free audible app on your mobile device. And now until July thirty. 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"jay i" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
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Odds would say, Jay z should not be the man. He is today born in one of the toughest parts of Brooklyn raised without a father selling crap. By the time he was thirteen. If you came from the MARCY projects where Jay z grew up and you were young male, there was a very good chance that you could end up in jail or did, but Jay z was different. By the time he was twenty six. He had his own record label and now in his forties, he's of music icon a hip hop legend and a self bait, man. He started his own entertainment company. His own clothing line founded a scholarship fund marry beyond site at has a network of over one hundred fifty million dollars, but is material success isn't actually the most impressive thing about him. It is. I believe that he was able to transcend his environment and became someone who truly believes in himself and inspires others to do the same. Everybody has a story and there's something to be learned from every experience. Use your life as a class. This is masterclass with Jay z. I think excellence is being able to perform at a high level over and over again. You can hit a half court shot once that's just lucky to draw. If you consistently do it to eleven championships, like Bill Russell, then you know that's excellent. Having successful year to deaths being ha, we call that hat as being in demand for short span of time. Excellence is being able to perform at a high level for a long period of time in giambra music where is almost microwave in your careers. Almost like in dog years. Right? You last three years and hip hop. You a fantastic. You know you last five years. It's like, wow, amazing. But if you last to a decade and beyond, you know, it's almost unheard of in my John REM using believed that I've Chievo excellent creating this poetry. It came easy to me. Unin recognize it as a gift early on. So I just toyed with it. I would just sit at the table and bang on the table and you know, write these Rams or all day long. I remember this one. It's pretty good. It was almost like a foretelling. What would happen. King of hip hop renewed like the Reebok, the key and unlocked with words. So provocative, as long as I live, I used to wrap really fast toy with these different sounds. We make these triplets under the name and they're gonna an put words in at ability to speak about situations and motions and feelings that we were going through. When I say we self in my small circle of friends. That's really how I started writing music. I really wrote music footers, ten group guys who was going through the same thing, and I wrote about our experiences to thing. We had just done the day before the week before and now it right in all my goodness. This is just what I was feeling when I'm writing. My goal is to find that true for whatever I'm going through and try to tap into that staying true to yourself as you grow and as you mature refined that truth in that and not being. Prayed of, you know, a guy. Million friends and I'm writing for them wherever you grow up. It's your route right? Everything you are. McKay for MARCY projects from Brooklyn. So it made me exactly who I am. Everyone has to find themselves growing up in how ever fall track. You goes pretty much dependent upon the environment that you you grew up in what you had to do, what you felt you had to do to survive growing up. You don't really understand the dangerous environment in which you live into you go outside of it. So for me, you know, it just was typical was normal ice, cream man will come around. We opened up the Johnny pump and spray ward on each other. We play basketball for the entire day, chase little girls around and just, you know, a typical neighborhood that was just a beautiful place to grow up. Sometimes it turned really doc sometimes on Sunday at eleven o'clock. They'll be young guys running through the projects with UC machine guns and shooting, and you have to run into your building than fifteen minutes when they're gone. You come back out. And finish playing it built my character built my resolve, built my strength. It develops are certain paranoid and tortured values taught you integrity and told you honesty taught you tough as well because you needed that to survive was brilliant upbringing. My mom, a beautiful strong woman. Some strange reason allow me as long leash and allow me to Rome into loan of things on my own. I guess that comes from knowing your kid, you know, and knowing that things that your kid can handle. You gave me this long Leach and I learned so much and she was always did a pull it back. If I went little too far and gave me one of the most important lessons in life. The work that you put into something is what you get out of it. She made that statement to me rather young and I really took that too hot. You know, the work that you put in is what you get out. Almost cost me my rap career, but I won't hold that against a because I didn't view the hours that set the table is working hard. It was something I love to do. So it didn't come hard to me. So I figured it was nothing will come out of it because what she said she didn't really mean it like that.
"jay i" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He's going to be here okay let's see how we can get some money off let's see how we can put some scandal out there and i think as fans we play into it because we think well let's forget about what the guy does on the field he's great we know that but let's get rid of him because he's a trouble guy he's immature and it's like okay great but he's a great player or he can be a great player and to just cast him aside because he seems to be a target i think you need firmer firmer stuff than that i was surprised this week that they traded jay i was in the cars driving and a friend of mine called me traitor jp are what really okay so why well the obvious thing is to save some money so they can go out and get somebody else right well now eight and a half sacks last year led the team but he he was not really that factor that he had then he wasn't one of those elite pass rushers anymore it's okay pretty good but not great and the kind of money that they owed him that they were gonna pay him was was too much so did they try to restructure the contract the thing that shocked me is the only got a third round draft pick for him and they switch positions in the fourth round lowering where they're going to be by six or seven spots so they really got very little for this guy who was an elite player and still is pretty good and you think i could have gotten more did they really want to get rid of them that badly and you think about it and you're seeing with gentlemen he wants stand up guys he wants leaders in that locker room and even though nobody had bad words to say about jp when the team was crumbling when the team was falling apart last year that he stand up and make a speech that he laid by did he do anything to keep that from happening and.