9 Burst results for "Jeff Raiders"

"jeff raiders" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"All right. I will say that the seat heaters has been one of the great inventions of the automobile industry in the last decade or so. So. I mean, there you go. We could have gone that way, but I think the hot butts portion of the show is sponsored by angels in the outfield on VHS. Jeff's raiders well now we're into the lightning is round and we are starting with the chiefs who I mean they just smash the Raiders in this one. And even though this has been a very lopsided quote unquote rivalry, they played fairly close games recently, but this was a 48 to 9 chiefs win. And I guess the big story is, I don't know, there was emblem stomping, stepping, dancing. I'm not quite sure what that was that the Raiders were doing before the game, then after the game, the chiefs did they played wheels on the bus on the field as the Raiders were leaving because the Raiders, if you don't have the backstory, the Raiders when they upset the cheese last year, did victory lapse in their bus around arrowhead stadium to celebrate. So yeah, just a lot of pettiness here. And that's delightful. That was one of the best few people I think can operate with such savagery as the stadium DJ because I doubt that that person falls under the purview of the public relations department. If you're the stadium DJ, you're probably a bit of a wild card, right? Like I've never met. I've never met a stadium DJ. I don't know what a stadium DJ. Their day to today responsibilities are like or how much they think about things going in. But to have the wheels on the bus, queued up. I mean, the only thing that would have been more perfect. And obviously, this is a different world, you know? John Gruden got let go before this moment. But to have John Gruden like scowling like that, you know, walking off the field when it was playing. But we didn't get that. We didn't get the truly perfect moment there. But we got something very close. Because now the Raiders are like plucky. Now they're fun, you know? And so it's almost like, oh, that was kind of mean. 'cause they're not jerks anymore. You know what I mean? Like, all the jerks are gone. So it's a hard situation. That was a classic Connor reaction. I mean, it wasn't interesting game, though, because the very first play of the game, the chief defense comes up with a big play. Continuing the unexpected turn that the defense would be the team lifting up the chiefs over the last few weeks of the season. The offense also performed well, but the defense really was the spark that let the fire today..

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Will say that the seat heaters has been one of the great inventions of the automobile industry in the last decade or so. So. I mean, there you go. We could have gone that way, but I think the hot butts portion of the show is sponsored by angels in the outfield on VHS. Jeff's raiders well now we're into the lightning is round and we are starting with the chiefs who I mean, they just smash the Raiders in this one and even though this has been a very lopsided quote unquote rivalry, they played fairly close games recently, but this was a 48 to 9 chiefs win. And I guess the big story is, I don't know, there was emblem stomping, stepping, dancing. I'm not quite sure what that was that the Raiders were doing before the game, then after the game, the chiefs did the they played wheels on the bus on the pillowcase as the Raiders were leaving because the Raiders, if you don't in the backstory, the Raiders when they upset the cheese last year, did victory lapse in their bus around arrowhead stadium to celebrate. So yeah, just a lot of pettiness here. And that's delightful. That was one of the best few people I think can operate with such savagery as the stadium DJ because I doubt that that person falls under the purview of the public relations department. If you're the stadium DJ, you're probably a bit of a wild card, right? Like I've never met. I've never met a stadium DJ. I don't know what a stadium DJ. Their day to today responsibilities are like or how much they think about things going in, but to have the wheels on the bus, queued up. I mean, the only thing that would have been more perfect. And obviously, this is a different world. You know, John Gruden got let go before this moment. But to have John Gruden like scowling like that, you know, walking off the field when it was playing. But we didn't get that. We didn't get the truly perfect moment there. But we got something very close. Because now the Raiders are like plucky. Now they're fun, you know? And so it's almost like, oh, that was kind of mean. 'cause they're not jerks anymore. You know what I mean? Like, all the jerks are gone. So it's a hard situation. That was a classic Connor reaction. I mean, it wasn't interesting game, though, because the very first play of the game, the chief defense comes up with a big play. Continuing the unexpected turn that the defense would be the team lifting up the chiefs over the last few weeks of the season. The offense also performed well, but the defense really was the spark that let the fire today..

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Area because I think they're caught regions now for region is in purple. Then that child or those people in that school site if they're back in person should be tested at least once every week. You know, it could probably more. But there has to be more consistent testing in order to make sure that the virus isn't in the school site, and it's not gonna be transmitted. If it's in the red than it can be decreased some orange even more so in the yellow, even more so still, But I think it's it has to deal with the testing of everyone that's in that school site to make sure That the virus is not there and that would that would eliminate the possibility of the stop and start The yo yo effect of Venus school being out of school if you're in person, and I'm hoping that the schools up and reading have actually have all the PPE that's needed nor to mitigate any type of transmission. Tell me, Let me ask you, though. Element in San Francisco. Connie's do have testing. They have peopie in place. No labor agreement. What's the sticking point? While working conditions for my members that are part of the union and the district. They need to come together needing to have those conversations in order to get those memorandum of understanding. So it may having, you know. Maybe because of the transparency that's not involved. I'm not sure and I can't speak to individual district's. It's just that Associations in the district's They have to work together in order to come up with, you know, amenable. Working conditions for the members and making sure the learning environment for the students are going to be in place. So testing is just one part. Of the equation that's needed for everyone to be safe. That's not going to be the end all you still have to have the ventilation. You still have to have the protective gear. You still have to have. The distancing. Those are all the things that you know part of the equation that's needed in order to make sure it's safe. Guinea Toby Boyd is president of the California Teachers Association, the largest Teachers union in California. Jeffrey, This is president of California Federation of Teachers not far behind and numbers. Jeff, We're coming up on a break here and it's one I ask you if you could quickly respond to a tweet from a listener named Joseph, Who says, Do you support prioritizing K to 12 teachers for the covert 19 vaccine? Yes, the vaccines coming to California. The first line needs to be our medical facilities or medical workers. That definitely needs to have the happening and, according to the CDC, that educators are in that kind of it. Second top tier one b. They call it on. We believe that the same situation if you look at the numbers of California's supposed begin about 350,000, that's the last figure that I saw roughly. But remember that you need two doses for vaccination. So you really cut that in half. So you're looking at about 175,000 people that could be vaccinated in a state that millions tens of millions, um, looking at that, so we definitely, uh Want the vaccine. You know, if it's offered to me, I'm gonna be taking the vaccine. A surly as I can. But we know we need to prioritize this medical workers and and educators need to be up there as well as some other frontline workers. Well, let me extend, thanks to both of you for being with us for this first segment of four. I'm Jeff Raiders against President California Federation of Teachers and He told me. Boyd is president of California Teachers Association..

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Returning to normal today over an Everett at on core Boston Harbor under strict precautions, stubbly busies Kevin Coleman. After being shut down for nearly four months stewed to the Corona virus pandemic on core Boston Harbor is open and ready to welcome visitors. When guests to arrive, they will go through a thermal temperature scan before entering the casino and masks are to be worn at all times. Hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. Stations are set up throughout the resort and six foot high Plexi glass barriers are installed at all the restaurants and on the gaming floor at every table and machine to continue social distancing. The casino has put up guidelines. In videos on their website on how to stay safe before visiting at on court. Boston Harbor, Kevin Coleman W B Z Boston's NewsRadio It may be the nation's oldest clothing company. But Brooks Brothers has filed for bankruptcy and plans to shut down its Southwick factory in behavioral Hundreds of workers will be out of jobs, and members of the state's congressional delegation are now working on calling the company to give the workers what they deserve. W B z Suzanne Saz VILLE reports. Congresswoman Laurie Trahan says the company should pay the 413 unionized workers at behavioral plant a fair severance package and the company owes them health coverage so that they can't bet get back on their feet. Without living in fear of getting sick or injured. Senator Ed Markey understands times are tough. Brooks Brothers is not responsible for succumbing to the financial devastation caused by this pandemic. Bach. Brooks Brothers is responsible for keeping its word, he says the company's suits maybe hanging in countless closets, but they cannot let Brooks brothers leave their workers hanging out to dry is just plain wrong. I reached out to Brooks Brothers, but did not hear back. Suzanne Saz Ville W. B Z Boston's news radio. Or more business news. We go now to Bloomberg Online shaving products suppliers, expand products and retail locations. Shavings here has changed in the last 60 years, Gillette has given a brand new meaning to the phrase shaving comfort. Jeff Raider chief executive officer at Harry says it changed with.

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ah 39 year old is male. Chavez. Garza was with the department for eight years. Chavez were two years McAllen, Texas, is a border town is located at the southern tip of Texas, about 70 miles west of the Gulf of Mexico. A New Hampshire gymnastics coach is now facing charges accused of raping a teenage student. The Middlesex D A's office says 41 year old David Augur of Hudson assaulted the former student when she was 17 years old. While attending the 10 point Academy of Gymnastics in Sto. Augur pleaded not guilty on Friday to three counts of rape. He was released on bail. Augur is the owner of the academy. His attorney says that he returned from out of state when he learned of the charges and says that the allegations Are not true. Well, the reality isn't looking good, says a major college football official on prospects on having a season in the pandemic. Here's NBC's chuck Seabirds and with that, as Corona virus cases spike in the sun belt that includes the Southeast and as faras the possibility of playing college football put a medical advisory group together in early April. Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg San Cheon, ESPN direct reality. The level of concern height of very high. I look at the numbers every day. In the important issues, not just numbers it is trying to understand and comprehend. The Ivy League suspended all sports in the fall, and the Big 10 says it'll play only conference games. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News Coming up Colorado Man suffers from scratches and bruises after being After a Russell with a bear in his own home. That story straight ahead plus to check on sports, traffic and weather as well. It's +508 But first here's Bloomberg business. Online shaving products suppliers, expand products and retail locations. Shaving sure has changed In the last 60 years, Gillette has given a brand new meaning to the phrase shaving comfort. Jeff Raider chief executive officer at Harry's, says it changed with.

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Forget like forever wait ten and I are looking at each other because we we've lost a podcast gonna try to find it still anyway this one will be up next week all right we are talking about that really fascinating dinner that's gonna be happening this coming Friday through the auspices of we chant Carol's open kitchen she's working as event producer this time and we have two great chefs from the area that are going to be providing the food for this and we're hearing all about tell they're putting this together that's a really fascinating concept and we're about let's see we're through day to one point five in terms of our three dishes so it's time for Matt to tell us what he's going to do with the duck this is the third ingredient that you're gonna be working with okay well I'm having a little problem with this but I think it'll work itself out I've been avidly hunting for the dock having get I'm up to about eighty three Doug with I have a little luck I'll get all the duck just in time okay I was just a little joke I'm really good aside from the plates and what we were doing eighty three of two hundred well I guess I have two breasts that are you doing breast or legs I got two legs to like man I'm a leg man and so we're doing we're doing a a conceived up leg and we're my favorite French things we are serving the worst server was serving it with spiced pear compote and the pairs were still getting fresh pears from the market hello again deliveries are holding up nicely so it is a seasonal ingredients we're gonna we're gonna spice the pairs nicely little creole spices there will some animals kinda style spice mix which is how I learned how to make animal spice mix before we started selling it at a secret recipe they started selling it but I know the secret recipe and but I'm not gonna use that I know that you're okay with a spiced pear compote with that and I did and we're going to serve a nice nice and crispy and the thing with that that I thought was a good part of this event is called fiesta preservation method right and so cooking column free and a lot a lot of things that were cooking a lot of things that are indigenous people are thinking about the life of things like the tortillas come last year painter and that's part of regional cooking is survival and right how to keep the food good will call for historically has always been a way to keep duck throughout the winter actually years are ripe in the basement you can the three year old complicating the fat and is active you know but in the original right I actually have the original fat that I made my first call free here in Santa Fe with in twenty five years ago and it's just kept getting strained and reused in straight arrows call for yeah like the mother of our don't read so we have the mother calls she's getting more and more come so there's twenty five year old dog chooses in this is going to be a may I making cassoulet on Saturday night next weekend I may need to use your duck fat instead of mine met as nearly so interestingly H. capital has not acted the same history what do you pay in cash you put the dried beans all free or some night bird call free and usually have a dried yeah in the root cellar cell preservation of ingredients is a is a great part of the history of the indigenous ingredients in all cultures from from European cultures to America a new world cultures how to keep the food all year long you're not gonna get dark all year long corn all year long unless you figure away yes all rights reserved being in the small cannot take away things like that yeah so the couple cooking a call fees style embraces that good but we're talking fermentation last week with a Pat block from burial brainer re and then actually today is the fermentation festival down Albuquerque I can probably send another daughter is lacking a from we're going to make sure that all right that is all sounding so good now I understand you're gonna come together for the desert in this meal what's the tell me about that yes I'd like to take this opportunity to to correct a lot of misnomer about the the sweet potato in the am so we want to go with the sweet potato pie because just want to let everyone know that the item was was introduced sorry but yeah so we're gonna use a sweet potato as as the as a teaser it's gonna be a sweet potato pie which is also as krill as you get it yeah but Hey no pie and we're gonna have a corn foam on and the corn foam is corn season is kind of ended but we preserve some of this corn we've tried out any of it and so we're we're we're we're gonna bring it to we're gonna bring to a boil on the stock in a nice sauce out of it and then aerated and and and sweet man of course and and server with the sweet potato pie corn and potatoes that goes yep sure does raising the idea of using the local ingredients and okay yeah so in summary you've all you've heard about the ways in which these two shops are honoring the two food cultures the native American anti creole and the beauty of this is that as we progress through the dinner the three common ingredients we end with the sweetness of how these two cultures come together and that is the essence of what I wanted to conceive in putting together the table two three one is how do we honor and celebrate the differences of cultural cuisines are through common ingredients but then at the end really see that the world one that there is a common foundation of us honoring food and and people and the coming together of two dying together and the whole sense of community we're all back to that which is something we all thrive on the inside of our food I'm having a lunch I was just thinking about we always get hungry when we're doing this show is like okay now look at what what can we go eat all right once again okay you're basically you are sold out to be in terms of the ticket that you first set up for this but you can get some more people in if they hear the show contract they're going to call you or text you through let me recollect yeah let me correct the website I cornerstone so it's actually see stones dot org I don't see how does god literacy yeah C. as in stones dot org or open kitchen events dot com so yes hurry get some tickets before it's too late we we of course always reserves a little buffer for those who really want to come okay that sounds good and R. two chefs can you tell people how they can find you your restaurant senior either online or around your making reservations is the country club open to people coming in from the outside but they have to be a member you do not to be a member it's definitely open to the public okay and this is we're talking angelfire catering to our country club in angel fire danger found wonderful resort yes and I could also find me Jeff raider on on Instagram okay sounds good I can assign you would sign up for you to good and bad you can we find you we probably can't miss you yeah I mean the farmers market you.

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Arts Hey it's guy here so before we start the show today we are all following the news really closely as I'm sure you are as some of the interviews are here over the next few weeks we're done long before anyone even heard of coronavirus including this one today and as we recorded interviews in the days and weeks ahead I'll be asking founders about how they're coping with everything that's happening right now with the hope of hearing creative ideas that might help all of us make some sense of it okay now wanted today show so back in two thousand eight Neil Blumenthal and Dave Gilboa both arrived on the campus of the Wharton school at the university of Pennsylvania they were there to start business school and they met each other and to other students Andy hunt and Jeff raider and for them we'll go on to co found Warby Parker but in two thousand eight at that time they didn't know that yet but they did now is something that they all had in common was they were really frustrated with how my glasses work too and it stemmed from this thing that well most people probably experienced at some point they kept losing their glasses and Dave in fact right before he started business school had accidentally left his glasses on their flight and they cost me seven hundred dollars and I just couldn't justify as a full time student paying that much for a new pair of glasses yeah the new iPhone three G. have come out that way to mine is apple store pays two hundred dollars for instance all these magical things and meanwhile the technology behind a pair of glasses is a hundred years old and it just didn't make sense and what you're like okay I've got this this amazing I found this magical portal to all human knowledge and it cost me two hundred Bucks and get these eye glasses made of plastic are like super expensive yes it yeah I was complaining to anyone that would listen about like last year's expensive and then and he kept losing his classes and he was buying everything online but consider how you can buy new classes online and why no one is effectively science classes on my right because I mean this like two thousand eight and I mean by that plan wasn't like like selling things online was brand new idea yeah and so we kind of started this conversation where we were kind of frustrated by different pieces of the eyewear industry and we knew that Neil had spent a number of years I'm working for and I were nonprofit and.

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"jeff raiders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff raiders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dave Gilboa both arrived on the campus of the Wharton school at the university of Pennsylvania they were there to start business school and they met each other and to other students Andy hunter and Jeff raider and for them would go on to co found Warby Parker but in two thousand eight at that time they didn't know that yet but they did now is something that they all had in common was they were really frustrated with how my glasses worked and it stemmed from this thing that well most people probably experienced at some point they kept losing their glasses and Dave in fact right before the start of business school had accidentally left his glasses on airplanes and it cost me seven hundred dollars and I just couldn't justify as a full time student paying that much for a new pair of glasses yeah the new iPhone three G. had come out that wait in line at the apple store pays two hundred dollars for instead all these magical things and meanwhile the technology behind a pair of glasses is a hundred years old and it just didn't make sense in and what you're like okay I've got this this amazing iPhone this magical portal to all human knowledge and it cost me two hundred Bucks and get these eye glasses made of plastic are like super expensive yes it yeah I was complaining to anyone that would listen about my glasses were so expensive and then and he kept losing his classes and he was buying everything online but can figure out what you can buy new classes online in Winona's effectively sunglasses on my right because I mean this like two thousand eight and I mean by that point wasn't like you know like selling things online was just brand new idea yeah and so we kind of started this conversation where we were kind of frustrated by different pieces of the eyewear industry and we knew that Neil had spent a number.

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Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

Business Wars Daily

04:15 min | 3 years ago

Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B, you ideal L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily on this Wednesday may fifteenth by now it's no surprise that. Big old conglomerates are worried about being upended by online upstarts which accounts for last week's news that the owner of Schick razors is spending almost one and a half billion dollars to acquire. Harry's razors a business that is only six years old Harry's cells razors for both men and women and other grooming products via subscription with less overhead than legacy brands. Harry's has been able to shrink prices, even as it offers sleekly designed products it also adopted the kind of personal relationship building marketing common to online brands these days. Now that shouldn't surprise you. Since before starting Harry's co founder Jeff raider helped launch glassmaker Worby Parker, which practically invented direct to consumer disruptors Harry's captured two percent of the three big. Million dollar razor marketing only five years, according to the market research firm Euromonitor now that might not sound like much, but it was enough to hurt chicks parent company edge will and Procter and gamble which owns razor giant Gillette. Their market shares. Sank like stones Harry's sword online startup dollarshaveclub posed an even bigger challenge than Harry's. Did the trouble for the old line packaged goods companies goes beyond the new upstart competitors? It's also that the whole shaving market is shrinking according to the online site, vox vox, blames that on the aging of the American population and says tongue in cheek when you get old you don't grow as much hair. So you don't shave as much and then you die well with razor sailed slowing Unilever, the giant consumer packaged goods company took action early three years ago. It's been a billion dollars to acquire Dollar Shave Club at the time analysts specula-. Late wrongly. It turns out that proctoring gamble might acquire Harry's. But it didn't. And now it's competitor Schick has Harry's in its grooming arsenal as FOX also points out a whole bunch of new razor rivals of jumped into the market right at the time when fewer of us care to get rid of our hair that makes for ferocious competition. Clearly Schick is taking advantage of Gillette. When Gillette is down buying Harry's. Now is just one more way to shave a few more points off Gillette's faltering lead. See what we did there shape? For wondering this business worse daily. You know, what we love it gives ratings and reviews on our podcast. So would you take a minute? And and do that it helps his findings. Thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see it Amaro. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.

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