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Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally

"Tyler hero had thirty one points and eight rebounds in the heats one hundred ninety two comeback win over the pistons Miami trail by nine before opening the fourth quarter on a twenty seven six Ron heroes back to back three pointers cut the deficit to seventy seven seventy four Jimmy Butler and bam Adebayo each provided fifteen points nine boards in the heats fifth win in six games Kyle Lowry added fifteen points eight assists and six boards for Miami Detroit led fifty three forty seven at halftime before finishing one and four on its five game homestand Jeremy grant had twenty one points and seven boards for the pistons I'm the ferry

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 2 teenagers charged in death of high school teacher

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 teenagers charged in death of high school teacher

"Mike Rossi a reporting hearings are set for to Iowa's students charged in the teacher's death court hearings are set for next week for two Iowa sixteen year olds charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher investigators say sixty six year old no humor Graber was reported missing Tuesday remains were found at a park later that day court filing stated Graber suffered inflicted trauma to the head and her body had been concealed Willard noble chain Miller and Jeremy Everett good deal were charged as adults with first degree murder as well as conspiracy to commit a forcible felony according to court documents police received a tip the Goodale posted details on social media about planning a killing and a possible motive documents also said Miller admitted to being at the park and helping conceal Graber's death hi

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GOP Election Success Deals Blow to Democrats

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

GOP Election Success Deals Blow to Democrats

"Let me do the rundown because I'm still in a great mood. Jenkins, Virginia win offers midterm road map for GOP warning for Democrats, opines, the headline of The Wall Street Journal this morning. Voters punish Democrats and lift amid left drip according to axios. A couple of great quotes in the story this morning. Clearly, the president's drop in favorability made it very difficult for the democratic nominee to stay above water. Democratic Jerry Conley told axios D.C. in my colleague selection night event in Tyson's quarter, Virginia. That's what happened. A senior aide to New Jersey Democrat told axios alania Trini, quote, it's insanely clear. The party must reorient not on center left or progressive goals, but on what gets real things done for family. You would think so. How bad was it? The New York Times has a headline story about a little tiny district in San Antonio. John luhan a 59 year old retired firefighter won the seat a blow for Democrats because Joe Biden carried it by double digit points, only a year ago. My favorite headline in the morning in The New York Times from Jeremy Peters and elisa Lerner Republicans pounce on schools as a wedge issued to unite the party as I put online. Headlines are not the fault of Jeremy. He's a fine reporter. I don't know Lisa. Headlines are driven to get quicks. Republicans haven't pounced on anything Republicans have been talking about schools in red and purple states for decades. Virginia is a blue state. And so the education issue is erupted in Virginia, proving that blue states can be turned red when parents see the indoctrination of their children going on. New York Democrats assess losses to Republicans, according to The New York Times, quote, this was a shellacking. Up and down the Empire State Republicans won election at the local level. Reeling from surprise losses, Democrats sound the alarm for 2022 according to Jonathan Martin and Alexander burns the two Bigfoot republic the democratic reporters reporters on Democrats. I think they're leftists. I think they're both Democrats, but they're not, they're just

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How a Texas School Board Tried to Silence Minister Jeremy Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | Last month

How a Texas School Board Tried to Silence Minister Jeremy Story

"The larger narrative it seems to me is that as a result of what's happened in the country over the last couple of years, we are noticing that school boards are not what we thought they were. They are places of tremendous power, local power. And the people who run them are not doing the job that they're hired to do. This is a particularly horrific example. It's an amazing example. You have 7 kids. You've got skin in the game. You care about the schools in your area. And you are doing your duty as a father and as a minister to try to bring some light to a monstrous sounds like criminal situation. And for that even gets worse. You go ahead. I went to another school board meeting after they carried me out of that one. Which they had no right to do. They literally carried me out while I was making public comments. And before I even got to the stand, the board president tried to keep me from speaking. This is a normal public comment period where they had called me up. And I was testifying and they literally drew me off the stand. The video is all there. But the worst part is I went to another board meeting a month later. And they had stationed police officers outside the doors of the board meeting to guard the doors and they were not letting parents in, which is a violation of the Texas of a meeting Zack. They had taken a 375 person seat auditorium, taken all the seats out of it except for 18 and told people if you did not sit in one of those 18 seats. You were going to be

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Minister Jeremy Story Was Arrested for Disorderly Conduct at a School Board Meeting

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last month

Minister Jeremy Story Was Arrested for Disorderly Conduct at a School Board Meeting

"Welcome. I have an important story to share with you very important. A number of years ago, I got to meet a friend, Jeremy story here in New York City. He's now a minister in the Austin, Texas area. He wrote me about something that's going on there with regard to school boards. As you know, this stuff lights me up infuriates me sickens me as an American, what is happening. And so I thought, let's get Jeremy on to talk about it. So Jeremy welcome. Thank you for having me today Eric. I appreciate it. Well, I'm glad that you wrote to me. So tell us the story. I mean, the short version is is that I was arrested by a school board unlawfully in order to silence me from speaking. Today, nationally, we hear stories about violent parents and the Biden administration coming against them. But in actuality, there's also another side of that story. And I am that story, as well as another gentleman in our district who was an army captain who was arrested as well. Basically what we were speaking out against Eric was, and what I was speaking out against was I'd been I'd seen how our superintendent was hired in June by a violation of the Texas open meetings act, which means that the several of the board members coordinated behind the scenes to hire the superintendent, which is a fence that carries prison time. And because I spoke out on that, then I was contacted by a lady who explained to me that she had been assaulted by the superintendent. She had been she was pregnant with his child, and he had tried to assault her when she refused to have an abortion. Because he was wanting her to cover up his illicit affair with this woman. And so when she wouldn't do that, he went over to her house and according to her assaulted her. He threatened her via text message prior that he was going to take care of the child if she wouldn't take care of it. And then when she tried to go to the school board to get some help, two school board members tried to help her, the other 5 who had voted for the superintendent ignored her in a couple of them actually notified the superintendent, which then precipitated the assault the

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Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last month

Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court

"I'm talking to my friend Jenna Ellis about the news of the day. We're talking about fear mongering. We're talking about vaccine mandates. Can you give us an update since you know a lot about the Supreme Court on what lies ahead? Because it is interesting to have a majority of people that we would consider actual constitutionalists. What do you suppose will happen in the next term? Yeah, it's going to be really fascinating. The new term started October 4th and there are already a few cases on the docket that are going to be argued into November and December that are going to have huge implications on religious liberty on abortion in the United States and on the Second Amendment. They've actually taken up the first Second Amendment case since 2008. And the District of Columbia versus Heller decision. So that'll be interesting and before we get into a couple of these cases, you mentioned, you know, we actually have a majority that are constitutionalists. Well, first, I hope so. And I don't categorize justice Roberts at all. Oh, I was talking about. So we hope to make me laugh. Have at least a 5 four. But what a lot of people say is, well, you know, you're just as activist than as the Democrats. We know that's not true because wanting a conservative majority means we actually understand what the judicial branch is designed for, which is to hold accountable the two political branches and to make sure to preserve and protect our world. Look, we've gotten trapped into this kind of language. The fact of the matter is, if you are not a constitutionalist and originalist, in my mind, you're an

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James Comey and the FBI Tried to Frame Trump for a Crime He Didn't Commit

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 2 months ago

James Comey and the FBI Tried to Frame Trump for a Crime He Didn't Commit

"Talking about the Jeremy port it is a massive massive scandal It is unfolding before a very eyes and there are people that knew that they were trying to get rid of a president of the United States of America only because they didn't like him politically And they were doing it not based in fact Not based in fact they were doing it because they hated him And they had to fabricate a story to then frame him This is no different by the way than accusing someone of committing a heinous crime When you know that they didn't do it and you don't care so you deliberately charge them with a crime and frame them for a crime That is exactly what the FBI did that's exactly what James Comey did in my opinion That's exactly what the Chinese communist news network CNN did That's exactly what MSNBC did And all these other scumbags in the media that for four years for four years they ran a story that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians and they impeached him over it And they're the ones that wrote the damn story Wake up America to what's happening

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This Week in Sports History

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:07 min | 3 months ago

This Week in Sports History

"Take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 19 Oh one, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues now known as minor League Baseball, was formed at the Leland Hotel in Chicago. Jumping ahead this week in 1960 cashes clay later known as Muhammad Ali wins the Olympic light heavyweight gold medal in Rome this week in 1984 in his first NFL start, Atlanta's Gerald Riggs rushes for 202 yards. He scores two touchdowns as the Falcons beat the Saints 36 to 28 this week in 1994, San Francisco 40. Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice catches two touchdown passes and runs for another score in the Niners 44 to 14 route of the race. Years. He surpasses Jim Brown as the NFL's career touchdown leader with 127 label Today in 2000 and five Florida's Jeremy Hermida becomes the first player and more than a century and the second to hit a grand slam in his first major league get that connecting in the seventh inning of ST Louis Cardinals Al Reyes and this week in 2013 Peyton Manning

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NFL, NFLPA Agree to Weekly COVID Testing for Vaccinated Players and Staff

Howard and Jeremy

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

NFL, NFLPA Agree to Weekly COVID Testing for Vaccinated Players and Staff

"The Conversation the NFL on testing for players changing a bit new covid protocols as expected, things change as time goes on, and one thing that will change for the players and staff members of NFL teams going forward is Even is that vaccinated people and players and staff will be tested more frequently now, something that had been suggested because Well of all we've learned about it to this point that even vaccinated players will be tested a little more frequently to try and prevent any sort of outbreaks from happening in team

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Biden Admin Wants Left-Media Validation With Americans Stranded in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Biden Admin Wants Left-Media Validation With Americans Stranded in Afghanistan

"The school. Children. Their parents in Afghanistan. And if you listen to this clown whose secretary state you listen to this clown this This this communications director Admiral over at defense and you listen to this clown. In the Oval Office. I think they call them, uh, Joe Biden. Everything's going hunky Doory. Ladies and gentlemen, it's the greatest event military. Civilian farm we've ever seen, and they're very upset with the kind of press they're getting. Very, very upset. White House to media politico. We want our props on Afghan. We want our props. What's going on? Come on. We're Jim Acosta when we need and where's D lemon? A. Fredo Cuomo. Where's uh, What's the rest of them? Where's that schmuck from the Washington Pull out. Jeremy Jeremy Jeremy Barnes. Where's Jeremy? Bar? We're going to have a whole book written about how fantastic this is by Professor Tom Nichols. Mr Producer. The only problem is nobody will read it because nobody knows who he is. The people who know who he is thinks he's a putt, so nobody's gonna read Tom Nichols. Who exactly?

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Porn Star Charged With Sexual Assaults of 21 Women in Los Angeles

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Porn Star Charged With Sexual Assaults of 21 Women in Los Angeles

"Porn star has been indicted in L. A. A. B C's Alex Stone has this story. Ron Jeremy was a name synonymous with adult films in the eighties and nineties. Now he's been indicted here in LA on over 30 counts of rape and sexual assault involving 21 alleged victims ranging in age from 15 to 51 years old dating back to 1996 his real name Ron Hyatt. He's pleading not guilty to rape and other charges, including lewd acts upon a child. He's due back in court in October.

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"jeremy." Discussed on Culture, Comms & Cocktails

Culture, Comms & Cocktails

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"jeremy." Discussed on Culture, Comms & Cocktails

"Customers can go back the hugging those regulars in each other in the store so that was absolute was that was great to see so now. If you haven't gotten the big lots in a while go check. I'll big lots in your city and your neighborhood and your chance make your dollar holler maker dollar holler. Let's transition to communications now. Jeremy sure let's talk about prior to this year. How big lots communicate with employees in. Keep them in the loop knowing that a lot of these ploys aren't tied the corporate. Said you've got some retail you've got distribution center. You've got corporate employees air. How does you keep the loop. How did you keep them informed shirt. Well first off. We just utilize the existing sort of infrastructure of of what we had right. So we've got your traditional email but even email had limitations right. It's a one way sort of communication tool when you think about sharing broad messages are important messages and then that went as far as all of our store. Eighteen leaders and assistant team leaders or store managers and assistant store managers but that is only a portion of the thirty five to forty thousand associates. We haven't store so We had Email of course we utilized our company's intranet so we had a web-based intranet platform where information would exist. You could go on. You could consume that at your leisure. And then of course. We rely on our leaders to share messages and inspired their team. So part of that is just the everyday Leadership and management of the operations of what we had going on and finally we utilize glance university. Which is our internal talent development team. Just a really talented team of folks who are focused on. How do we help. People grow within the world that they're in or as professionals or for rules that they that they want to to be in and so that is is technology based training so those are really the sort of the existing systems in the pathways that we used to communicate and the reason we're talking today and have gotten to know each other over. The last year is earlier this year. The team there are big. Lots launched the beat. Your new digital employee experience platform out there using social chorus. How has this changed..

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Selected No. 1 Overall by Buffalo Sabres, Owen Power Returning to Michigan

Howard and Jeremy

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Selected No. 1 Overall by Buffalo Sabres, Owen Power Returning to Michigan

"Onto the ice. Buffalo Sabres, first overall pick in 2021 Owen Power is reportedly returning to Michigan for his sophomore season as He will become the first number one overall pick since Eric Johnson in 2000 and six to not play right out of the draft after being drafted number one

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Kirill Kaprizov Maximizing Leverage vs. Wild With 'Tentative' KHL Deal

Howard and Jeremy

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Kirill Kaprizov Maximizing Leverage vs. Wild With 'Tentative' KHL Deal

"Frank Sarah, belly. With the daily faceoff tweeted out that should contract talks, not work out with the wild. Capri. Soft now has a one year $10 million deal on the table for a team in the KHL again. That's if the wild don't he doesn't work things out with the wild. Michael Russo from the athletic said. They've offered like 787 Year contracts. The eight year Max contract Nine million a year. Apparently he's looking for shorter term. So we can get to unrestricted free agency as early as 2024 shorter term and larger money combined, so they haven't been able to reach an agreement.

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"jeremy." Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"jeremy." Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"There's just a lot of different problems with the entertainment industry geeks and gamers was never intended to be something that it is. Now it's did it evolved into where it's at now because of hollywood and how they're trying to ruin so many of our different properties and so geeks gamers is kind of evolved into this thing. Where i wanted to give a voice to anyone with common sense. I don't care who you voted for. I don't care what your opinions on things are. But if you have a basic level of common sense a working brain. I wanna give you an opportunity to have your voice on this platform and hold people accountable when they're creating bad products and we've been pretty successful up to this point and then you got the ultimate gift the whole gina carano debacle. Yeah i mean they literally did exactly what we accused him of doing. But how dumb. See what i want to get to is. How dumb disney or the brain trust that is disney are. They can't read the tea leaves and figure shit out. Well it's like is the ego supersede the common sense. Where does it all meet to create that perfect storm of stupidity. it will. it's it's an echo chamber. And i don't think that the people at disney are necessarily stupid. I think that their arrogance has taken them to a place that will tell the people what they want. Yeah i mean. They believe that they are smarter than everyone else. They believe that they know better than everyone else. And they've created this culture to where if you disagree with them you're a racist toxic man baby. Who's part of far-right extremism. That's that's what they've created so any criticism they face. They just respond with while. You're just intimidated by women. Are you're intimidated by black people. Even even if it's women black people criticizing them. That's been their narrative so i don't think they're stupid. I think they're arrogant. I think they're bad. People i think are just really bad people in hollywood. How scared though should people be about this. Jeremy because i see it as almost like like critical race theory in schools right where you start in infecting things like the marvel universe star wars other cultural things with your poison with with your bullshit where you're forced narratives. How dangerous is that berry because it's not about the entertainment industry. The entertainment industry is the vehicle..

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SEC Chief Says Crypto Is Rife With Fraud, Scams and Abuse

The Dan Proft Show

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

SEC Chief Says Crypto Is Rife With Fraud, Scams and Abuse

"Commission, said that investors need more protection in the Cryptocurrency market, which he said is rife with fraud, scams and abuse. Gary Ginzler listed several areas where crypto needed to be reined in or regulated. There are areas which are particularly susceptible to money laundering, sanctions, tax collection and extortion via ransomware. Councilor has been viewed as receptive toward crypto currency and other new financial technologies after a stint as a professor at MIT, where he focused research and teaching on public policy and digital currency correspondent Jeremy Ellis

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Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Exeter man has been sentenced to forty five months in prison for leaking drone information a former Air Force intelligence analyst and later defense contractor was sentenced to forty five months in prison Tuesday for leaking a dozen secret and top secret documents on U. S. drone strikes to a reporter in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen thirty three year old Daniel Hale accepted responsibility for his actions but he told a federal judge he felt compelled to leak the information out of guilt over his own participation in the program that he believed indiscriminately killed civilians in Afghanistan prosecutors said documents leaked by Hale were founded in internet compilation of material designed to help Islamic state fighters avoid detection court papers did not specify the recipient of the leaked information but details about the case made it clear the documents were given to Jeremy Scahill a reporter at the intercept might cross CO Washington

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Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon

"Carey price remains property the Canadians after the crack and passed on the net minder in the NHL expansion draft instead Seattle selected Panthers netminder Chris trigger and gave him a three year ten and a half million dollar contract Seattle took on to become attracts selecting flames defenseman mark Giordano and islanders forward Jordan Everly other notable players chosen early by the crack include lightning center Yanni Gordon maple Leafs forward Jared McCann Bruins defenseman Jeremy Lauzon was the first player taken by Seattle I'm the ferry

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Report Directly Links Joe Biden to Hunter Biden's International Dealings

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Report Directly Links Joe Biden to Hunter Biden's International Dealings

"The Obama years to send information he was getting from the State Department is vice president. To his globetrotting foreign dealmaking son Hunter by now, If the Republicans control the house of the Senate, they'd be able to look into this. The Democrat Party is going to cover it up. CNN and MSNBC cover it up. The New York Times Washington Post. Don't give it. You know what? Neither do the networks. This corrupt Don't think poisonous American destroying administration. Messages sometimes signed Dad from the email account. Robin wear 456 at gmail dot com were found on Hunter Biden's laptops seized by the FBI in December, 2019. From a Delaware computer shop owner. Hey, don't touch Twitter. Don't tell Facebook. They don't want to hear it. Don't tell Joy Reid don't tell the view and the Yenta is there. They don't want to hear it. How about you, Jake? Fake tapper if you tapped out Yes, you have You know it. And what about angry and bitter, angry, and Mitchell went angry and make him Jeremy Bar where? Jeremy Bar, Mr Bodies. We heard from Jeremy Bar lately. Some questions. I would like this. Shut up, you pimple faced little puke. Where were we? Some of the messages from the vice president to his son obtained by jest. The news We're deeply personal. Others were political in nature. And still others clearly address business matters often fording information coming from senior officials in the White House, the State Department and other government agencies. Okay, is the U. S attorney's office who indicted Mr Barack Today. Are they now going to issue indictments against the Biden family? How about you chicks? Are you going to do it or not?

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Plenty at Stake for NBC as COVID Olympics Opening Looms

News, Traffic and Weather

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Plenty at Stake for NBC as COVID Olympics Opening Looms

"For the upcoming summer Olympics, says Covid 19 already impacts at least one American team ABC, James Long ones in Tokyo, with more a week to go until the games and already covid is crushing Olympic dreams for American athletes. Washington Wizards Bradley Beal will not be going to Tokyo to compete in the men's basketball and has been placed under health and safety protocols at the team practices in Las Vegas. US. Filming weather bill has tested positive for Covid, but they have cancelled Friday's exhibition match against Australia. Another player, Jeremy Grant of the Detroit Pistons also put under protocols, but the coach says the team does still plan to compete at the Games. Covid is deadly. So the first thing you think about is not Well, I can get from my team anything about how they're doing with With their symptoms and what they're going through and case numbers are going up. Tokyo recording over 1000 cases a day for the past three days, the highest levels in six months. Tokyo 2020 publishing this positive case list more and more teams from around the world impacted and as things stand, all events are due to take place as planned. But if there are more athletes who test positive or contact tracing Think organizers here are going to have maybe to think again and respond further. Homo

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"jeremy." Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

The .NET Core Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy." Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast

"Talk a bit about mother nam. now i through my <hes>. My professional career. I've only ever interacted with a sequel based database. So i know the martin <unk>. You describe it. But i know the mountain is a document based database although i know like the theory of without entails and how it works absolutely no experience of of that in real life so i apologize in advance in case i ask any kind of silly questions that you think. You should know this jimmy. 'cause i really don't now no no. That's okay help. In a relational database that all of us at some point in time most of those probably still using today most also probably using ten years because it's so entrenched on data's is organized in terms of tables of columns and rows it is a two-dimensional piece of data and the world is much more complicated than that. So of course you know. An order has ordered details. person has dependence. Has these things these things so then you start pick up relationships between tables but still working really hard to represent your world as tables columns rose so on and so forth. that's great it's awesome reporting fantastic for some of the early work. I did in my career <hes>. What supply chain work ordering parts like that but in the real world when you're talking about now the behavior my code <hes>. the world higher. I mean heavy user. But i have type. Caesar is parts but have different parts or <hes>. God forbid if you get into financial software <hes>. would you represent trades in finance world. Each kind of trade has totally different set of set of data. But yet you still want to try to fit that to relational databases and things get starting really nasty as problem domains in places where maybe you have a lot. Polymorphism maybe have. Very deep hierarchies <hes>. One of the projects kelvin. The works on right now. Our clients problem domain as a everything relates to a top level entity comma person but that person has up to two or three dozen other kinds of related entities and breaking that. Down into mapping that to relational database. You run into the old impedance mismatch of the way that data once the shaped in your code where it's all about behavior becomes very different than how relational database forces you to structure so here. I'm i'm trying to prove out that relational database is not not the end. All be all for some some problem domains so in document database will. We're trying to do is. We're trying to persist that that person basically just laid it and bypass a lot of this mapping so taking the example of martin and martin sits on top. Now we can talk about why martin on top of the post grad database. But what what martin's doing is taking your object instead of mapping individual columns tables whatnot. It's jason serializing your your document and stuffing a database. Somewhere to all your mapping problems. Go away as long as jason reliable. You're good to go fantastic. I like that idea because like you said there are just some things that cannot be maintained in. That sort of relational status right. There are only so many foreign case and join tables and also craziness like that until you stop bullying. At least in my instance. Bowling was left of your hair out. Trying to figure out i do. I get this data and that data and then you look at <hes>. Entity framework and you end up pulling he'd tire object graph <unk>. On his one piece of day there august a bit much to to to organize. I guess keeping your head as well if you've got fifteen different tables in the role into related you have to be able to keep all of that in your head on a piece of paper and explain it to someone else right yes. So you're saying that martin. Debbie i can just give it if my like you said if your objectives jason realizable i just he do i. J sunset realize it on just to mountain. Handles you tell. Marty you tell martin. I want to store the subject. And there's there's a few extra requirements martin has to figure out what the identity is of your object easily just as long as you have an. Id proper your field and you can override this explosive stuff. you absolutely have to be special indifferent. Different people do but as martin can figure out what the identity is and it can be <unk>. Jas on that's that's enough <hes>. Martin will take care of everything else for it. Moreover martin postcards has some special up <unk> capability where it's very efficient to observe. It's so we don't even make you care. We don't even make you tell martin unless you really want to whether it's an insert or an update. Just i want to persist. This and martin will get the. Id for you. It will sign it if it has just like. You're used to the core and it'll persist it to the right table if you working in development time with a developing mode on <hes>. Martin build the necessary underlying tables by itself for on the so. You can focus on getting stuff. Done thinking about your problem domain. Evolve your your your model objects as you need to. And don't even think about database migrations or structure or anything like that. Just go on what you're really trying to do.

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"jeremy." Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy." Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Jeremy Haas is the co-founder and president wage statute storage LLC a Silicon Valley startup revolutionising. The way self storage is being done. Jeremy comes from a diverse professional background from studying business administration and finance along with holding positions in various Industries. Jeremy's always dreamed of running the business of his own one day. He's learned the values of leadership and a strong work ethic at a young age Jeremy grew up in Los Angeles, California, and now resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. Hi Jeremy. Thank you so much for joining me on combo with Keisha. How are you today? Doing great. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited. Like I cannot wait for the listeners to hear about you and your business life in everything. But before we get a head start by telling us a little bit about you, so of course, my name is Jeremy Haas. I am currently the co-founder and president of statutes storage limited liability company and we we are taking self-storage to a new environment and new world. So ten years ago. Everyone thought Airbnb was crazy. Everyone thought Uber and Lyft were these far-fetched ideas that would never really last and now they're household names. I mean they suck. There's some of the largest companies in the world right now and so a few years ago my co-founder had this great idea because he was trying to store vote for this for a couple of weeks. And he was told that I was going to be an outrageous amount. So he thought that there had to be a better way to do storage. Right and so he came up with the idea just I believe he was just having a couple of beers one night and just was annoyed by this and thought can we take this Sherry economy? This may be type of business model and apply it to Self Storage. Right? And so I met him through our current advisor who is a mutual friend of ours. I was looking a job at the time and I loved the idea so much that I just had to jump on board, right? We are three years later almost of the day. Oh my gosh, that is right. So awesome, and you know what people always say, we always have the skills already from like our companies, you know, the companies we work for and we could just use those same skills into running our own business. Oh, yeah, I mean definitely its every everything we've learned over the years. It's something we can use in our own business..

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"jeremy." Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy." Discussed on How I Built This

"This industry has just been absolutely hammered unlike any other industry travel leisure as well. . So many people go to yelp for restaurants. . So did you anticipate that pretty quickly early on that restaurants we're going to get hit or did that come as a surprise to you? ? We had some sense that restaurants are gonNA, , get hit. . What of our? ? More Cedar product managers of Chinese person who had lots of contacts in China and was relying like all the changes that restaurants were going through in. . China to try and adapt at the outset of the pandemic like this is crazy. . They're doing all these things with temperature checks at the door like delivered new delivery things partitions, , and it just seemed so unlikely that that could be our reality especially at that time call it early March, , we were studying this and everything still felt normal <hes> but it was you know pretty soon we could start seeing impacts in some of the cities that were hardest hit in the. . US. . So for example, , Seattle and <hes>. . You. . Know that obviously got US thinking about business ramifications and okay restaurants, , which is a big portion of our traffic are going to be hard hit. . You know what can we do? ? We weren't going to charge restaurants for instance, , for that period where traffic was following and even if they were getting some value, , you know the everyone is thrown into total chaos and like there really isn't a whole lot of point to advertising. . Traffic is falling like that. . So so pulling together, , a bunch of different things to support the restaurant nightlife industry at a time, became , a big priority and ultimately culminated with about thirty two million dollars, , worth of forgiven fees and young. . To Support Restaurants Jeremy Your Business Model depends largely on advertising on businesses that advertise on the platform and businesses that depend on ads have had a difficult time because companies are cutting back on their ad spence. For . obvious reasons, they've , got to preserve cash in many cases. . And this has actually pretty dramatically affected your business yelps business right I mean over the over the past year that was one of the scariest things a particularly about march in April you know in a pandemic especially as things are shutting down. . WHO's buying advertise wait? ? <hes>. . So that was my great fear was you know is our revenue going to go toward zero like maybe it's not zero, but , is it going to go towards zero pretty darn quickly. . We had some very stressful difficult conversations around my the different potentially catastrophic scenarios. . What would we do? ? How do we survive you know? ? Is there a freeze? ? The company amber type strategy literally was something we were talking about like where we just go down to the skeleton of staff fits a nuclear winter type of situation. . Fortunately, , the world did start to re stabilize and as the panic subsided, , there were businesses that actually were doing even finer good <hes>. . You know like as all of us were sheltered at home. . Suddenly if your toilet backed up, , you're calling the plot a plot. . Being more busier and some people started moving <hes> later in the pandemic mover traffic was doing reasonably well and so there ended up being areas of our business because we are diversified we're no obviously widely for restaurants, but , we also have. . Reviews and customers in all sorts of local services categories as well. . Area of the business has been quite resilient contractors and and and so on. . Interesting I remember when you on the podcast <hes> you talked about to crisis moments I remember was when you were x dot com and you were just Totally, terrified , that I think that pay pal was gonna like crush you guys and you'd sleepless nights about that and then the other one was when you started yelp and nobody came to the party like it was really just didn't gain any traction in the in the months many months and you will really worried you had a lot of anxiety about and you talked about that and this sounds like even more intense what you went through in March and April. . Just probably personally, , I? ? mean. . Planning for a nuclear winter. . But in in some senses like I wonder whether anticipating that possibility actually was in a sense probably the best way to game out what your strategy would be. . Because in the end, , it didn't work out that way but it but you were planning for the worst. . Yeah. . One of the things that I would say was beneficial of going to that awful place in our minds with I'd say at the early part of the pandemic, , it's hard for people to really wrap their heads around the scope of the problem how big the problem is how it's going to change our lives it just seems. . Unbelievable. . and. . so by forcing other executives managers, etc , start thinking about this, , this could be the big one just so to speak. . You know it gets you into a brain's base that did shift everyone's thinking to. . The A big problem. . We have to take this extremely seriously, and , there's going to be big changes and moves that none of us are going to like we have to do to ensure the survival

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"jeremy." Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy." Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"We have Jeremy Lance Jeremy. How are Ya. Lee I'm doing great. It's great to hear from you. How's everything during this quarantine for you? you. Know, it's. Like, most people were kind of. Uncharted waters. It's certainly is different. So Jeremy. You do a lot of great stuff. You're commissioner of Gotham soccer. You are sideline reporter for High School Football on W..

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"jeremy." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Appreciate the question Jeremy you know I know that people really please when we move forward and started permitting golf again and it is a good outdoor activity and I am glad that you are doing that now with regard to curbs on them yeah the sharing of a you know a vehicle that's somewhat aware that cover nineteen surprise and even if everyone's in their own car it requires that you know with the maintenance and that the additional touching problems that people have to maintain those kinds of the people that are using those parents and so to permit golf where people are out and and taking charge of you know carrying their bag or or will in their bag behind them I was a step toward trying to normalize the in in that particular room the colors just wasn't one additional thing that where sponsored visual sprite and we thought that it was the right decision right now okay we want to thank you governor for giving our stations and our viewers this opportunity to hear directly from you about does it for our time this evening before we all signed off we do want to give you a couple of minutes for a few final words well thank you and thank you for that the anchors thank you for tuning in to all of you at home thank you for doing your part and this is a moment none of us could have anticipated this is a moment that will forever have changed many lives in our state and there are a lot of people who are struggling right now and if you know people who are and you can lend them some support please do we've got to help one another and have one another's back right now as we are navigating or next steps we have to remember that avoiding a second wave is really important and so it's not a switch that we just flip and lifers turns and like it was before covered nineteen fifty we really smart and you think about this as a dial where we take a step we measure we make sure people are safe and then we take the next step we will continue to move forward there will be light at the end of the tunnel and we will get through this but it depends on all of us continuing to do our part and so I just simply want to say thank you for what you have done we will help one another get through this moment and I hope that you have a good night that you stay engaged to stay informed and you continue to do your part because you're the ones that are truly making a difference your actions have save lives and together we will beat covert nineteen and we will get through this thank you.

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"jeremy." Discussed on Startup Sales

Startup Sales

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on Startup Sales

"In. They'll do everything in their power to make sure that doesn't happen right. I think i've answered both sides so so so you think the worst thing that managed to do not believe but i'll tell you i had a manager wants and the worst thing it just really hit me hard okay because it was in sales and i asked for something okay for you would typically ask a manager from and when she didn't deliver i asked her what happened. She blame mm somebody else now. I know for a fact that if it was the other person if it was put off on the other person she would've taken care of it right away. Yeah okay but look. I'm always is the first one to take blame for something. I've done wrong but your mind manager. If you can't stand up to me and say you know look. I've been so busy i you know there's five of you guys ten of you guys. I'm trying to support. Everybody just had had the ability to get to it. Let's put on the boats. Let's take care of it first thing tomorrow. Great no problem completely understand that we understand understand that you're you're not just a manager. You're the whole teams manage on the other fronts. You know you're like oh. It's somebody else's fault. Just lost all respect for her. I this guy couldn't deliver for her. That's for sure. Only deliver for myself is one thing but i lost all respect another shortly after because i could not work with her and it's it's a shame it's tough to have management that you don't believe in and that you don't trust absolutely absolutely it makes it hard to do the job. What am i doing this job for so you know in the end 'cause this is working with every single day in and out you know we'll see them more than my wife with the way that we work these absolutely absolutely all right. What one piece of advice do you have for all their sales people out there. Don't be afraid of the phone. It blows my mind away. How many sales people are afraid of the phone. It's a phone. It's not gonna bite you. It's not you know i it's a phone. Pick it up dial okay i. I know that there's people out there. There's phenomenal females. I know those people that are out there phenomenal lincoln but you need to have all those things together but the fear of the phone okay. This is where you get to know your client bets. This is where you get to know your best sales <unk> okay. We're sales. People get up there. Pitcher product. Don't be afraid of the phone and i think it goes beyond on just the initial traction the beginning stage of a process because you should be using the phone as well throughout the process. I've seen so many he is not picking up the phone and they get an email saying hey we wanna discount like that's a horrible one to email over the phone or what's the pricing or or just answering the very technical question over email when you just pick up the phone quickly address it so that leaves nothing on the table and you could just move forward you could keep the momentum going that way and it goes back to what you're saying about building report you know it's also building that relationship. You should be able to really call your prospects especially when you're engaged with come on long process of a sales cycle you know and be able to call them up and be like hey i got your email and there are some issues here or this is what we're going to do about it. Let's talk about the next steps great jeremy. We've kinda gone over time here so i really appreciate you joining us today and sharing all this great insight with us..

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"jeremy." Discussed on The Culture of Being

The Culture of Being

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on The Culture of Being

"Hey everybody I wanNA give a shout out to one of our sponsors fly as fuck okay see you can find them on Instagram we're not really sure what they do but they paid for this ad so check them out yeah also this show is brought to you by team final cut or tse you can check them out on YouTube dot com slash Tavon Morrison are Tommy Britain team final cut hey everybody today's episode is episode sixty one of the culture of being podcast our guest was a good friend one of our favorite people really Jeremy Harper Yeah I think we're going to start doing something are we have this special bonus episodes called light smoked out Sunday or something you know I can absurd there really is no topic it's just some friends sitting around talking shit WanNa make an important note though there is a section where mean Caleb get pretty heavily deep in talking about our friend Clint who's battling and you know some things inside and personal things people might look this conversation as talking shit but it's really could not be further from the truth Ruth sometimes I think when you're addicted to something instead of having everyone hide it and whisper about I think it's important to bring it tonight and discuss these problems and that's all we did like Clinton Jeremy Asks so I mean we told and the Mike's role and so we bill we feel obligated to not censor it so we're going to keep it in there and I mean if one listens to this actually know him you must know like we love client he's been one of our best friends since over ten years now but he has sometimes shit opens and instead of US whispering about it behind his back we've both told him how he felt both told them we've told them all this shit that we said in the podcast against heavy but it picks back up yeah smoked out Sunday's really no topic and I hope you guys enjoy enjoying this episode and don't forget to check us out at the Culture is being dubbed Blueberry Danette to talk imagine nation to understanding and we are like somebody who has been dead drunk well the house was burning down around his St has some kind of will for its own transcendence I mean derives our dreams our thoughts the choices we make why we're here in really this evening the world is not at all as we supposed to be my find that very amazing that's the bottom line.

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"jeremy." Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on KCRW

"Yeah Jeremy so if you hear did a nine point nine KCRW in KC R. W. dot com moving up from Nigeria to Columbia the calling yes stone comatose Flores KCRW well I mean.

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"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"On the one hand the importance of the uber slough historical sequence and the experience of real existing socialism even jeremy hunt a foreign secretary off uk when he visited slovenia which was one of the republic's people's fabio at the press conference in front of other slovenian leaders a he even said the slovenian was a soviet vassal state state and you'll probably also knowing the usa that donald trump even claimed that they were slav yeah i fell apart in the baltic not in the balkans so you could see there is you know a lot of confusion even about geography even even if milan yet comes from slovenia actually i don't know how many people in the uss know this'll be numbers parts of people's loud or as one of one of the hosts of a of an msnbc showing the ustralian reid said it was a she's from soviet yugoslavia that's precisely what's happening all the time even when they presented me they say oh he's a philosopher from soviet yugoslavia and which brings us directly into back to your question because i think you could experience a was a really special precisely size of because it wasn't soviet a you know the the the the creation of real existing socialism happened after tito had the break we stallion an didn't want to follow the rules of the common ten what you had to come back to a question in the nineties after the collapse of fuel savia is really this airasia of history which happened in different ways indifferent republics of yugoslavia in creation fortunately it on the one hand it's to perform that they really kicking out a dropping out books from schools connected to marks two angles and so on but also to just the you have skills but most of the books that have today at my home library were saved by the gypsies sold on flea markets and so won't in the baltic been so long but but one even more i would say traumatic consequences was the destruction of anti fascist monuments morton thousands of the monuments will destroy in trade show which is really a deliberate moved to erase the history of the parties and struggle and well i would say a big modernization project which happened here in this love you the situation is i would say not just pacific for cratia it's very interesting to see that this kind of historical revisionism which is actually turning the defeat the in the second world war into those who succeeded to win a which is of course files but you consider this trend is actually happening in in many parts communist countries if you go to poland if you go to hungary like in hungary the george lucas archive was closed which i think is a big scandal then in poland of course you have this rise of the conservative christian forces connected to abortion and so on it the same way as united states you have this kind of science fiction handmaid's may stay going reality in poland in you as in this country says well and basically my conclusion of this is why if you saw vision is flourishing so much precising post communist countries i would say precisely because the so called transition period as they call it in academic circles transition meaning the transition from communism to capitalism didn't succeed if didn't succeed because if you look at these countries today cratia serbia not to mention boston yeah of course civil you'll see these countries are sam independent paraphrase of the european union which arena kind of colonial a situation wait a german french italian companies basically owning old the company's future previously state they don't they infrastructure from banks to boston so war and then the question is really whether you have any kind of serenity and if you don't really have any kind of serenity which is the case not only in these countries but you've seen it with the city's expedience a increase if you don't have some real serenity than the solution is very often he spoke revisionism which means building up a kind of identity in the sense of.

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"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"This is intercepted in the movie and ho ho ho ho ho ho i'm jeremy scahill coming to you from the offices of the intercept in new york city and this is a special bonus episode of intercepted donald trump has encouraged ainu sort of alliance in the world and alliance of fascists authoritarian dictators it's striking contrast this emerging global coalition of thuggery to a movement formed out of the rubble of world war two is known as the non a line movement smith marshall you also boroughs tito of yugoslavia an indian prime minister may ru along with nassar of egypt forged in alliance of nations that at agreed not to place themselves under the ideology or control of the two major emerging empires in the world at the time the united states and the soviet union in nineteen sixty one in belgrade the movement was officially formed ended included most nations of asia and africa as well as latin american countries he's and others in the global south among the most central figures in the creation of this movement with tito of yugoslavia during world war two he led a guerilla struggled against fascism under the banner of the partisans their slogan deft fascism free people the partisans came from across the balkans and they successfully defeated both italian fascist and the nazis this struggle ultimately led to the unification of six territories under the banner of yugoslavia as president of this new country tito had the strike a balance between the soviet union that was enraged that yugoslavia did not agree to replace behind the iron curtain and the united states that was increasingly imperial in its global outlook marshall tito was famous for standing up the stalin as well as winston churchill and united states in the country that he built it wasn't incredible experiment in alternative ways of organizing society yugoslavia embrace descent tragedy of workers to the health of society and implemented socially own factories it emphasize national unity and respect for the diversity of its people and geography that yugoslavia was crushed in the nineteen nineties these any brutally murderous civil war where extreme nationalists engaged in historical revisionism and the promotion of ethnocentric spheres of power the serbian leader slowdown milosevic which and the crow out front of two jamin both carried out murderous ethnic cleansing campaigns of mass slaughter and displacement much of the killings took place in multi ethnic republic of bosnia which had the largest population of muslims in yugoslavia there's much that we could learn from the struggle of the partisans the society that they sought to build and the horrifying into the story of yugoslavia these lessons resonates strongly in are current moment in history joining me now to talk about all of this is the philosopher suffer an author symmetrical horror but he is author of what the europe want union and it's discontents which he wrote what's lavar jack welcome to the desert of post socialism as well as the radicati of love with pianist verified yes he is one of the founders of the democracy in europe movement his latest book is poetry from the future why a global liberation movement is are civilizations last chance so that's about welcome to this bonus episode of intercepted thanks for having me here so i wanna ask you just first a in a in a very big picture sense you know we in the united states of course have been following the rise of donald trump and you know every time he tweets sneezes or whatever it becomes a big news story but in europe there have been sort of parallel movements that have been either a rising power or threatening to take power that seemed to share a lot in common with donald trump in his world vision just for people who don't follow it closely what has been happening happening around europe with the kind of reinvention of heard right or neil fascistic movements well i would say that won't be witnessing europe today is that it's not only that we have a rise of the hearts of right wing as you call it fascist movements and populist leaders who are already powers such as mattel seleny tele for instance who doesn't allow the refugees to say leaning to the italian port for instance or viktor orban who's empowering hungary's you know the one who is famous for saying that it's finished with democracy and that we are living now in the.

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"jeremy." Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Welcome to the sporting life with Jeremy shop. Over the next hour, New York Yankees, great David Cone assesses where he thinks baseball is today different. Does it better orange work? Now, I really knew the talent level of the skill sets of a lot of the players on some levels that somebody better than what I experienced. I play. I think we're really seeing the advent of super reverts there's so much power in the son of Yankees legend Yogi Berra details. The day that changed his life from that second. I I knew I was never gonna take another drug or have another drink for the rest of my life, and that was twenty seven years ago. And I haven't thought of taking a job or having any chance. It was my family that saved my life. This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's jeremy. Welcome to the sporting life coming up later in the show. He's speaking with David Cone, the former major league pitcher about his long storied career. We'll be speaking with Dale Berra. The for major league infielder about his new book about his relationship with his father, the one in only Lawrence Peter Yogi bear the hall of fame catcher for the New York Yankees. But first we're joined by the one and only Tom Rinaldi with the PGA championship upon us here in may at Bethpage Black a Long Island in New York. Of course, we welcome one of our favorite guests the incomparable, Tom Rinaldi. Thank you for being with us. Tom always great to be with you, Jerry, Tom. So I guess there was like an interesting development at the masters. I'm told the tiger one for the first time in what is like eleven years. It's like an EON. So, you know, even without having one for. Seven years all we talked about going into most the big tournaments for the last half year anyway with tiger or year. And now that he's actually one one of the majors again. Now, he's up to fifteen. I'm sure that tiger overload is in full drive. How'd you as a reporter spin around in for twenty years has covered the ups and downs as closely as anyone in the world. How how do you reorient yourself to tiger in the ascendancy again order thrifty question, Jeremy, and I think there's two short answers one is there is no reoriented. Because of that guy is the north star. This is the Gulf and sort of out of what he does your constantly reorientation vote. And number two is the fact that it happened if you will as part of a process here he had contended. He had been an absolute factor in the prior two major championships on the back nine on Sunday in twenty eighteen and that fueled his belief that he could should he have the ability to get himself into contention when and how it all unfolded in particular, Jeremy this scene when he came off the green the generational snapshot of twenty two years ago, the first major twenty one years old the iconic Berhard with his dad Earl and then for tiger never more human than to come off with salmon, Charlie there and to embrace them. Now, not as the sun, but at the father, I it just I was amazed at the emotional toll the emotional note that that struck for a lot of people. We're speaking with Tom Rinaldi. Who has covered Tiger Woods. Now. For decades who who has as good a relationship with him as anyone in the media for you, Tom. If this is your he he he's he's a subject he's an object of fascination of. But he's also someone that, you know, at a personal level. And sometimes those things for those of us in the media can be difficult to separate for you. What were you experiencing emotionally as as he was wrapping up that winning Augusta few weeks ago. Professional or profound answer for you. But I think like most people Germany, there was just this sense of wonder, and this this sense of wonder imbued within credulity imbued with fascination, and then trying to think of any other comeback story that. In any way suggested the same level of captivation for the country. And then to see him make that walk from eighteen greed towards scoring the scoring area the bottom of the clubhouse in a scene. What you'd never happen? Certainly since I've been covering the masters, nor and talking to people who've covered it for far longer where there was a human wall. That was created that he walked with people chanting his name he gets to the clubhouse. There's dozens of players there. Jeremy to congratulate players that he's just best it. It was just an absolutely riveting the scene to see and to see his outright joy that it had actually happened. I it it was just I don't know the sporting calendar. We'll have a challenging time. I think equalling that scene and that moment this year. But I hope we do the way we talk about Tiger Woods the way we get excited when he's on top. The way we talk about him when he's down everything lends itself to excess. You know, it's either he's he's never going to lose. Again. He's never gonna win. Again. There is no in between. It's all black and white. Whoa. Do we have to guard against as Alan Greenspan might have said irrational exuberance now that he's finally one another right? Always hearing the market correction now at best page flies somehow, you know, we'll play terribly cetera. I think Jeremy it's been that way for so long. He's been such a subject of scrutiny and fascination and wonder that no matter what he does he plays terribly. He's on the ticker. He plays. Well, he's on the ticker. Right. You know, he's just love him or hate him. You can't ignore him. And I think with that win so many people in the public. You know, you know, Jeremy that American dream, but seeing the seam of the comeback that we seem to embrace so much as a as a as a people that he seemed to embody that on on April fourteen which is remarkable. We're speaking with Tom Rinaldi, the non parial ESPN s. Ceus in reporter who is covered Tiger Woods at his career for so long. And you know, all we're talking about naturally is Tiger Woods with the second major of the year. How do you feel about in general the PGA championship? Now being in may. I think it's a great move by the tour. I really do. Now, you're going to have the four major championships in four consecutive months. April may for PGA cheered for US open July for open championship across upon. And then the FedEx Cup, perhaps given a, you know, not that it has it. It's a huge success, but a greater chance to take over the stage because football dominates, obviously, come the autumn. I think it's terrific. I there are going to be players that have to figure out their schedules and how they're going to manage them. But I give tour Jared the great credit and the PGA of America, great credit because change is not easy. Let alone change of this kind of magnitude. For an event of this MAC to and and I think that saying we're going to do this. We're going to shift. It from words traditionally been and see how it plays out. I think it's going to be a huge success. We're now watch watch. We'll get rained out here. What happened the last time at the USO at Bethpage Black? So hopefully, our weather cooperates here in may on Long Island. Well, who whoever made the final decision, whoever the brain? Trust was must be feeling extra smart now that they're writing the tiger masters victory. Wave heading into it. I mean, the anticipation not say that any better. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than smart. My career is a testament to that. And. Let let me finally as Tom before. We let you go. Nobody's busier, and I I feel bad whenever I take any of your time because you're so busy Tiger Woods versus the field. However, most people feeling it. Here's one of the things yet yet another takeaway from woods win at the masters. Jeremy when you look at going into Sunday, the leaderboard it was packed with a major championship, pedigree or hadn't been seen in decades in the sport. He beat major champions everywhere. And I think we're gonna continue to see I remember now this was the younger generation he spawned which said oft times we'd love to see tiger and his prime. I wanna take on tiger and his prime. Well, he's not in his prime. But he has certainly rekindled a at the top ten form if not the number one in the stratosphere four we're going to see now if he is able to build. That momentum. And all those words return, intimidation leadership, gravity all those things that he brings into the sport uniquely careful what you wish for Tom. Thank you so much. Thank you. Jeremy have a good time out on the island. We'll do. The sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. David Cone was one of the finest pitchers of his era accomplished in so many ways Asai young award winner. A perfect game fashion by Cohn in nineteen ninety eight the only pitcher to win twenty games for both the New York Mets and the New York Yankees. And for generation in baseball seemed as if whenever something big was going on David Cone was in the middle of it. He has a new biography autobiography I should say out full county education of a pitcher written with Jack curry longtime baseball writer for the New York Times. And now with the yes network, and it is a pleasure to welcome David Cone of the sporting life. David thanks for being with us. My pleasure. Jeremy always good to be on with you, David. You're you've had you've had one of those careers, and you're still going strong. There's so much to talk about and, you know, you're not gonna write a five hundred page book. How did you distill your story to its essence? Well, I think you know, it helps because I know Jack hurry. So well, I mean we worked together going back to the nineties when he was a columnist with the New York Times. So he was a perfect fit for me. And I he also kind of has a passion for pitchy this world, we wanted to tell obviously some some great pitching stories in there along with the stories of other pitchers that I fired so much played with and against. And we just kind of wanted to give a

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"jeremy." Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Welcome to the sporting life with Jeremy shabby. Over the next hour a child psychiatrist explains why organized team sports are so important to the development of young people. Sports teams, your kids hippocampal get bigger having a big hippocampus as good and in boys at least being on a sports team is associated with being less sad and the hippocampus plays a role in looking to baseball's on written rules with MLB insider, Danny Nobre today's game. There's more of an acceptance that you can look your bat you can show emotion on the field. And I know Amir Garib of the reds twit us. I don't know if I'm like you celebrate. However, you want just know that when I straight you out onto the celebrate plus journalists Mark Yano on one of the most troubling trends across sports fandom addict, people love sport. But the begun to hate. Yeah, there's certain athletes that are lovable and people like, but you know, there's just so many sample of bad behavior by athletes, and these kind of stories that keep coming out. This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Here's Jeremy shaft, welcome. To another dish in the spring later in the show obvious speaking with a child psychiatrist about the importance of sports in the lives of children, and I'll be having a conversation with an MLB insider about the evolution of baseball so-called unwritten rules, but first we find ourselves in that endless slog, and I say that with all due respect the NBA playoffs would seem to extend from approximately Christmas until the following Halloween. It's really only a couple of months, but it seems like that no one knows the meaning of that slog better than our next guest Harvey arid who's been covering the NBA since pretty much like the heyday of doll Shazli, great, delve shades. Harvey. Thank you for joining us here in the sporting life. Great to Jeremy. I hope I'm not dating you too much. But I mean, you know, one of your calling cards is you are one of the deans of NBA and basketball reporting general and your new anthology you were the editor of the new anthology elevated the global rise of the NBA win. What was the first NBA gave you ever covered Harvey? Well, I remember I mean now this is going way back, but when I was eighteen years old and literally weeks out of high school. I started working essentially, you know, making Geli runs and and and off doing office church for the Staten Island advance, which is where I grew up and within a couple of years. I was I was probably twenty one years old maybe and on Saturday nights. They would send me to the Knicks games at the garden because the the paper was affiliated with the star ledger, and they normally would run whatever the ledger ran but on Saturday nights couldn't get the copy fast enough. So they would send one of their own reporters. And so, you know, we're going back to like seventy three seventy four where I did some Saturday night games. But as the beat reporter for the new. York Post it would've been the spring of nineteen seventy eight. So it's forty one years or speaking with Harvey Aron who spent so many years still contributing to the New York Times as general sports columnist and an NBA in tennis specialist among many other talents. One of the best. There's ever been in the business starting at the New York Post forty one years ago. Now, I gotta ask before the new anthology because we are here to plug. It is elevated the global rise of the NBA which the collection of some of the best basketball writing from the New York Times. I was I had the privilege of being a copy boy the time sports department going back to nineteen Eighty-eight. And at that time, the legendary Knicks beat writer was the one and only Sam gold dapper who even then seemed like he was about ninety even though he's probably only about sixty. You were with us. I I write about the NBA and seventy eight. What was it like being around gold dapper who

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"jeremy." Discussed on KCRW

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on KCRW

"Three o'clock with Jeremy sole up next. I'll see you again tomorrow night ten to midnight as usual till then the funk be with you tonight..

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"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"That are disturbing countries. Not only Venezuela but countries across west Africa in central Asia. You have wars you have economic policies that are displacing people. So of course, there are people moving, of course, there up. People who feel that this government is not representing them. But that's what the political processes about. I mean, are we saying that the list Maduro is a dictator now in the last election, which the opposition only partly boycotted he only wants sixty seven percent of the vote. The opposition is politically divided. It's not able to come together. One section of the opposition is turn to the United States and said, essentially, give us a hand to use any means to overthrow this guy. Why don't you build the opposition on any day in Caracas? Jeremy you open the newspapers, they're all deeply critical of the Maduro government. If this is a dictatorship. I don't understand what. Freedom in our limited. Senses. He gets hammered on television. He's getting hammered on the newspapers. The fact is the opposition is not able to come together and the deep residues of Chevy store loyalty to the Maduro government. But also. Oh to the institutions of the missions. And so on is not to be set aside. In other words, you have this very loyal section of Chevy stas who are committed to the boulevard revolution. They understand the problems. They willing to fight to defend the government, and they come out in large numbers to vote for the government. But yet, they're large numbers. I said amount to sixty seven percent. There is a political process. Maduro said, let's go back. Let's have a negotiation. Let's think about a new election the Venezuelan government in this last election last year asked the United Nations to send monitors. Why did the United Nations not send monitors? You know, why is the United States government, but tempting to cripple the political process in Venezuela to create the preconditions where you can? Then think there's nothing else to be done except US intervention to anoint somebody as the president deeply undemocratic act. Also, I I wanted to point out and you've been writing. About this and offering analysis on it that at this moment in Latin America, you have this rise again of overt authoritarian fascist leaders like jar both narrow of Brazil. But you also have a leftist president who came to power in Mexico Andres Manuel Lopez Oba door known by is initials. Anglo, and you wrote about Lopez open a door that he comes to the presidency as a man of the left, but the space for maneuvering that he has for left agenda is minimal. What is your sense of what room to maneuver Lopez? Open-door has right now in Mexico, see, Mexico like Venezuela. Like any of these countries this space for what we call fiscal creativity is almost zero these countries are reliant upon private banks to raise money. There's been. Been immense pressure on these countries from the IMF not to run deficits, if you can't raise enough money from banks to cover your basic running operation of your government. What you're going to do is you're going to end up cutting social services. I mean, let's put this in some context. Jeremy OXFAM's recent report should that last year two thousand two hundred thirty odd billionaires increased their wealth by two point five billion dollars per year. And meanwhile, the lowest fifty percent of humanity lost eleven percent of its wealth. You see what we have to? Remember is the very top people two thousand billionaires in their families. No longer patex. They have gone on what I consider a tax strike. So for Lopez Obrador, the government is inherited is basically a government, which doesn't have any ability to provide. The good parts of life for people, which is why he was very eager to take back control of panics, which is the Mexican petroleum company. Take back control of it. Put some money to invest in it to revive panics the moment he made those comments after he won the election. He was stored directly by banks by the IMF, and by international oil companies that don't you dare do that. Don't you dare try to use public financing to.

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"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy." Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Jeremy Scahill coming from the offices of the intercept in New York City, MRs episode seventy eight of intercepted I want to bring our troops back. From the endless wars. We have endless wars going off in nineteen years in the area by the end of this year, the war and Afghantistan would be old enough to vote old enough to be deployed itself to fight in the war in Afghanistan. It is the longest continuous US war in history. Now, there are very few people in the United States who continue to passionately support this failed war, even the foreign policy. Elites from the council on foreign relations have admitted that victory is impossible. If they can even define what victory would look like. But but but but but according to their most prestigious president, Richard Haass, quote, just leaving would be a mistake. Well, what a totally amazing. Excellent discovery not over the course of two terms of George W Bush and Dick Cheney and the two term. Of Barack Obama. The United States got involved with more war. More covert action more boots on the ground more drawn strikes. More support for despotic regimes those administrations were the so-called adults. So I think it's very hard to impeach somebody. Who's done a great job? Enter Donald J Trump he is a bumbling authoritarian. He has praised US torture tactics. He's also criticized the invasion of Iraq. But he added that we should have taken their oil. He is most certainly not any reasonable person's definition of an adult. I mean, just look at total obsession with McDonald's and Burger King and.

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