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"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"You know. It's going as well as it could. Based on the situation role in US take it day by day. And just do what you can and a little bit of history don and I were Co Voices of the Cincinnati Thunder Junior hockey team when they made the move up to South Metro Sports. Don was the number one play by play guy. I was the number two. That's how I don I know each other. Well let's let's let's not referred yourself was number two because I think you know asked a lot of the people that were listening to the Games that were the the guy. They would've probably preferred to listen to now. Don You've been a voice of so many hockey teams and I hope to get to all of them that you've covered so let's begin. Where are you from originally deer park? Ohio so You know live their ties about five or six and moved out into what's called Anderson. Township grew up there and you know pretty much lived in Cincinnati. Most of my life. I've had a couple of You Know Times where I've moved away. lived in Louisville Kentucky in the late eighties and then came back to Cincinnati started working with the Cincinnati Cyclones. Nineteen Ninety and then I've lived in Greensboro North Carolina Albany New York But each time that I've left gone away always found my way back here to Cincinnati. I was about to ask a wind. Did you know you want it to be a broadcaster of Hockey Nineteen seventy-two Cincinnati swords the American Hockey League were planet to Cincinnati Gardens. What's my first game that year in November I was instantly hooked on the sport started listening to the Games on the radio. Ken Wilson was the Voice of the source. He went on to do the Saint Louis. Blues at did them for twenty years later on the Phoenix coyotes for a little bit but You know that's when I kinda thought that would be the thing to do because I knew know being an American and you know just not growing up with a lot ice around Cincinnati. I mean there is no chance that I was GonNa ever ever play hockey. That would have been the ideal dream to be a hockey player but the next closest thing would have been broadcasting So that was kind of the goal you know to to broadcast hockey and I really wanted to do it in the American hockey. Everybody wanted to do it the NHL but for me The H. L. Was My introduction. The hockey you know I love that league and I was fortunate enough to not only get to do it But the do it for a team here in Cincinnati with the Cincinnati mighty ducks and I know I definitely WanNa talk about the mighty ducks. I remember the radio commercials and Cincinnati Radio when I was a kid and I mean that those were some great teams at the gardens. My next question is how many teams were you. The Voice of I did a little bit of color with the Cincinnati cyclones. It was it was the voice of team when I was working for them. And then With the Carolina monarchs did some helped out with the weekly Radio show that they had but in terms of the actual play-by-play voice would in Cincinnati mighty ducks and the Albany River Rats. How did the mighty ducks and the river? Rats situation come to be. Why WOULD THE CINCINNATI MIGHTY DUCKS? I was working for the Carolina. Monarchs and in fact there had been talk about You know broadcasting the the next year but the Hartford whalers moved to Greensboro and the monarchs got addicted from their lease at the Greensboro Coliseum. So I needed to go somewhere else and as I look around and around that same time the Baltimore bandits of American Hockey League. They were looking for a new place to go Since cyclones at vacated Cincinnati Gardens Guards needed attendant said all came to a came together that way where the Baltimore Franchise was purchased by the Gardens and They had Anaheim as the NHL affiliate and took on the mighty ducks name So you know was an opportunity to come back home and it was an opportunity to work with Anaheim Organization. I had met some of them. You know the GM Jack Ferraro and system GM David mcnabb. You know they had would come to Greensboro when the bandits would play so I was able to know who I was going to beginning involved with. They seem like really good people and it seemed like the right fit at the time. Wasn't the mighty ducks also affiliate with Detroit for a little bit? There was a time. There was three seasons where there was the dual affiliation in Detroit would send eight to ten players and it was You know interesting to see because there was a different way of of you know what the two organizations were trying to. You know doing terms that type of players that they were drafting but the coaching staff. You know they made it work. The first year was nineteen ninety. Nine the nine two thousand six of all math was the coach in the next two years with the Detroit Anaheim Split. It was Mike Babcock coach and the team and you know but it was just interesting work with both organizations in Detroit. Ken Hall of was the General Manager. He's now in Edmonton. Jim Nill was the assistant jam. We would see him a lot and he's now the GM in Dallas and they just you know just terrific people you know longtime groups so it worked out because both organizations you know really worked well together and tencent had those dual billions. You know. It didn't work out very well. I mean that's going to be tough. Balancing not only just the one but two of 'em as well sending athletes to either the red wings or the mighty ducks at the time. You know sometimes you get one or two call by your parent club and that kind of hurts but you could have you know the situations wherein one week you know. Detroit need the call up guys due to injuries and Anaheim to call two guys. Four guys short. So Y- that kind of kept it from from being as good as the team on paper you know look like when you looked at the roster was going to be really good team but just because you know you were getting calls from two different teams. They were always opposite taking your best players You know so. It was kind of hard to field a competitive team. But you know it was just one of those things again. Some tremendous talent that came through both four Detroit. Jerry Fisher was one of the players that kingdom from Detroit. He's one of the best players I ever saw. You know in the American Hockey League and Mannheim Ryan gets lost came through at the end of one of the season's joined team for the playoffs yet. Corey Perry came through and Andy McDonald was another player. Had A pretty long h career so just a lot of talent and You know just to me. It was always unbelievable. Help with the talent level was not only on the mighty ducks but just through the American Hockey League and how few People Cincinnati Number. One knew about it. Remember to appreciated it and that's sad to the. Ahl's the top step before you get to the big show in the NHL and thinking that you were in such a historic hockey rink and you get to see pretty much to stars of tomorrow in Cincinnati. That's that's a little sad. Yeah I mean it was. That was the one thing that I always felt. That was missed during the mighty ducks years was just you know having that opportunity to see a lot of these guys that we're going to go on not only playing. Nhl But play very well and become key players on their teams and you could see the visiting teams come in. And there'd be number one draft picks on the rosters The level was phenomenal. And you know these players twenty twenty one twenty two so you know they were just beginning their careers and it was a great league for them to develop their talent but an opportunity for fans to really you know watch these players before they went onto the NHL but it just seemed like here in Cincinnati. They wanted you know they were more about. You don't have in their fan favorites players that we're GonNa make their homes in Cincinnati and I think some of them You know they. They kind of took it the wrong way that the players wanted to get out of Cincinnati because to get to the NHL so it was just hard. You know it was. It was hard to get the fans to really Stay connected with the team because they were used to with the Cincinnati cyclones the Ihl they could McCain players have those players while year after year. And that's a shame too because the players don't necessarily want out of the town because they don't like Cincinnati. They they WANNA play at the highest level possible. And since they do they do and you know what's interesting about that is And it just to about satanic integrate town. A lot of these players debt went on to play in the NHL. You know they now live here in Cincinnati so I mean. They've made it their home so when they were here they loved it. They loved the people but it just wasn't the NHL where they want to be there was a former NHL or that lived in Cincinnati. I don't know if he's still does blind stockton. He was the head coach at Sycamore for a year or two blinds down still does live in Cincinnati. Keep in touch with Blaine he was with Cincinnati stingers back in the mid seventies one. I was season ticket holder with the what's to the Stinger and he's one of only two players that ever scored fifty goals in both the W. H. A. And the NHL. With Bobby Hall being the other one. That's pretty good company there for blamed but it was kind of you need for me. I was working for the Cincinnati. Cyclones at the time and You know here I am as a teenager watching the singers and I have all these players and then you know nineteen ninety-one you know blamed comes in as an assistant coach and you know now on bus trips and talking to the guy down. The coach's office with them all the time so that was kind of a surreal for me to see these play and then they would be a lot of the players scouts to that. I had watched growing up so to see all these players from my childhood now. Working on the management side and then crossing paths was all them drama hockey days. That was something that was always interesting to me. Now the mighty ducks eventually took off and left the Cincinnati Gardens but. I don't know how many people knew that there were plans to try. Bring in another team. In the railroad there's array of riders. Wanted to. Yeah the real raiders. There was it was the same you know. The Franchise was owned by the gardens. What happened with the mighty ducks is there were teams in Louisville Lexington in the American Hockey League? As soon as they left the leak the mighty ducks run. The clock because sky travel costs just skyrocketed There were no longer the overnight trips or you know the day trips. Were you can leave at four o'clock. Go play the game. You're back home by midnight. Also that there were twelve those trips a year between those two cities and so the the cost of operation really skyrocketed at that point. And when you're flying to these different places you know. It's great for the players that are flying from Anaheim's point of view. They were no longer able to have as much practice time as players in other cities. Were getting if you look at You know when their cities like Albany and lull and Kravitz and Hartford and you know Syracuse Although cities with their road trips are like two hours three hour road trip. They can come back the next morning. And they can on the ice at ten o'clock while when you're leaving and playing in Milwaukee and you get back at you know five or six. Am from game. You can't practice at ten o'clock you can't practice that day so the practice time wasn't there So being development lake practice a huge part of that and for Anaheim For hockey reasons they needed to look to go somewhere else and they found appeal in Portland and then when I was in Albany the next year you know. I saw a lot of these players that have played in Cincinnati on the Portland team in all told me hockey wise. It was better for them because they got lots of rest. Let's practice time. But they really Miss Cincinnati because the city wasn't as good but that's why the mighty ducks left and it was tough to get another NHL affiliate because same situation was going to be there not enough practice time so you know. Although there was interest we were trying to sell season tickets. We've had taken deposits and we need to have two thousand season ticket holders and you know we got to run that fifteen hundred range but time ran else in all the NHL teams the ones that we're looking for different places to go. They at all you know committed elsewhere before we could commit to having that two thousand season tickets that we need financially To make it work to where we could fly to more places and that and it wasn't always going to be you know a six hour bus drives to rides to Milwaukee so after the mighty ducks and the railway tres. What was your next stop? My next stop was the Albany River Rats in the American Hockey League I wanted to stay in the American league. Could and I was fortunate to be able to do that..

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"IMPACTED. Athle- okay yeah that's good because I was actually thinking that it would. I would say just around the ecosystem piece events like this tend to create a lot of additional activity with organizations. That's not standard. And so even though I think there will be an increase in focus around some of the areas of the ecosystem. I have a feeling that it's going to be limited. So there will be some winners and losers depending on the category about what they think is important because they're gonNA have to triage it. A little bit is so much of people's time has taken up with being online or dealing with grown of iris or dealing with the fact that shipping times which are normally thirty to forty five days from China right now probably closer to sixty five to seventy days in maybe ninety days very soon because there's fewer shipping containers across and so I think all that is gonNA displays people's Times I think there's some things that don't invest in around the ecosystem I do. I do expect them to really double down on the first party. So people know the first party third party who were on this On the saying I I really expect that the things they've already been investing in like smart home for example that's going to get extra time Some of these other things that are third party Around maybe media. Because I think we're starting to see a little bit of an uplift in Houston media through the voice activated devices so maybe we'll see that some of the other areas I think might suffer a little bit. I don't know Ronnie of you at anything. You want to jump in on that or read just one small thing and perhaps it's my current myopia like it seems like everything I'm writing and thinking about is about current virus and our lives of sort of become very essential like. What do we need to do what we absolutely have to go out for an I just I guess I wonder if obviously it all depends on how this turns out but if our thinking towards innovation becomes a lot more centralist as well a As if only the things that matter are getting food delivery certain places. Are you know our our entertainment with our in our homes? I I could see this. I see a lot of innovation going towards like corona virus. Thought but if to see I think that's right and I think we have A. We have a precedent for this around September eleventh time when a lot of us will remember. I mean I think the Spanish flu is a very different time. It's harder for us to relate to what that was but around September eleventh. There were a lot of things that were similar to what we're seeing right now. I think they were long lasting. They changed sort of the structure of our economy in many ways. But what you saw as like tech really focused on very specific applications so people who are doing general purpose consumer tech or a royalist undoing military attack like almost overnight because there's so much demand on to bring that up and so I wouldn't surprise me as you say that like the the smart mines pivot right. They start going into this area. We're already seeing it. Like people already in healthcare early so Orga. Now they have. This answer bought Chat Bot that. They're rolling out the healthcare providers for free like how to answer questions around Corona virus. Had to do tree is. They've got some things around how they can schedule appointments and things like that because they can't handle the inbound mad and so they that's still in healthcare. They work in healthcare but they were doing some other things just recently on. There's another one Eric Schwartz. Who let you guys know rights for boy spot? He's working on a story right now. A company out of Israel is is working on identifying krona virus symptoms just based on talking right because it does impact the larynx and the respiratory system. So they're they're gathering data right now from people who have it. Don't have the the virus so that they They can potentially give matches. I don't know how it might just be type of match. You go to and then you test verify but it could be a very quick way for people to triage and so and these were people who are working on something completely differently in completely different just three weeks ago right so this is like brand new and so I think you're absolutely right rounding we're going to see these different types of of innovation in the focus. And that's really important because what the brave's mind spending time on all right so Ronnie Bet you let's talk about. I want to ask you a question. One of the things that we've written about in fact we might be the only people who read about it but certainly we were the first Google polls Ghul had a bunch of Corona Virus Google actions. Third Party Google actions. They pull them all a little over a week ago and just a couple days ago. Amazon pulled all of their Alexa skills related to career advice from third parties. What do you think about? That was a good idea. Should they have done that not done that? I think we're in a really interesting point intact. Where all of these large tech companies had been largely hands off. Obviously they've instituted rules about things and I'm speaking broadly here about just general what content. They're allowing on their sites or point. They're allowing to sell on Amazon. You know WHO's logic post? What on facebook. I think you're seeing a lot of tech companies really slick spree. Now show that they. They always could adjust what was on their platforms. And they're doing. It obviously took like a very disaster type situation where you know if you have apps out there you have skills out there that are giving people the information that is literally a life or death situation. So they've decided to be a lot stronger and who they're going to allow to give what information? I think it's really. They're allowing no one to give information other than I party so it was like third party. You're out this is like I would say that like I get it that they they were doing it. Certainly I get it from a legal standpoint Which I think. Absolutely as part of this discussion right like what if we're responsible for disseminating through our voice assistant incorrect information So it's like one but I think there's a second one where I think they would say. Hey you know it's our it's our responsibility as someone who works in the market to make sure that we're providing good information but frankly what I saw as they removed it right now. There's really nothing and so people who would have been getting some information. There was good information. I think about Jerry Fisher Dr Out of Canada. He had a flash BRIEFING ON CORONA VIRUS AND. A lot of people are getting their information on. That was really popular. There's another guy in the US ahead but you know we're talking about a physical whether they're throwing out the baby with the bathwater exactly so now they didn't replace it so then like are we getting less information. Are we just relying on? Maybe one government source to tell us all the information that's relevant when maybe that's not everything that we should be hearing right. I mean there's absolutely the flip side of it you know on one and they're trying to protect from what can be really disastrous Misinformation but the results of that is much a much fewer sources of information And you know I guess. They're making the active choice that these are the ones that we've Deemed important that we're going to promote and that we're going to feel comfortable having on our platforms. I can't say that I do know that it is one thing I do agree with is like it's good that there isn't as much misinformation floating around out there But that isn't to say that they didn't get rid of plenty of things would have been useful and important and good information. What do you think David Yeah instinctively also probably the rising today but yeah the way we're just talking about. I think it depends also on the type of.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on Sister Love

Sister Love

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on Sister Love

"I'm Joe I know how. Yeah no I don't want to take out of menopause or whatever but detector teaser straighter or it's a coarser own. It's it's it's between course in straight will. Here's my answer to that so my experience because coming up you know and we all had childhood experiences that and that's something I wanna ask you guys but My childhood experience was that My mother worked. Two jobs was a single parent. And wouldn't she got her hair done and she took me to get my hair parades in my hair it was thick. The my here is not fixed like that anymore. But it was stake in long and The hairdresser didn't see me coming. It was like okay here. Come reponse I don't want to deal with our but anyway but it was an an course in a nappy kinky but then long so whenever whether it was my aunt or anybody else they manhandled head to and it was like an asphalt scream so by the time I was in the third great. Nobody could touch my here other than a hairdresser and I learned how to do my own hair. Okay I mean seriously I learned. I got my mom's working two the jobs I had little press. Kona Meyer is like I was determined and I had it looking good because all the adults started. I'll do girl us it I didn't I didn't I did because I was not going to let one more person get in my head snapping my head manly my head. I don't think I was that tender headed. They were but they were just it was just like my. Here's here's economy. You have to be patient. You can't just go about. Oh that a lot of people do that figure. We're here. A lot of people do Patriot. Though when you when you have when you see people are very aggressive with a child the thing about it was Munis. I mean I don't mean the way I the way I needed. This is if you look around. The you know the white girls have straight here. You have to deal with this child. Right who's air is for lack of a better out of work at values because it doesn't just is rebellious you have to go through so there's resentment bucking and you know and and for me it becomes. Why why we have to have this here? Is that so okay. I didn't. I wasn't aware ear of that as far as you know there were other little girls of color of the Asians had had good hair. It was good hair and bad here. Goodyear nappy happy and So after going you know all those years going to the hairdresser. Now as I went through I went through the Perm stage but not because somebody somebody forced it on me. I was kind of like trying to do light perms in my lane with low mid to late twenties major late twenties and then he was and then in thirties. Let me see well really wasn't until early forties. I did the dreadlock vein and I did it for almost ten years and then I saw saw my hair it was it got heavy and it was pulling my hair out on the side and I didn't know until the light hit my head I said what's I lifted the luck of what's Kony and that's when I said then it was also after my father died. I said you know what is time to let this energy out my hair because I do believe I believe also your hair on hold energy so I said you know what I'm cutting cutting it all out and I just need because no one ever introduced me as a a kid. I wish I knew about being natural as a kid 'cause then I would have been in high school in L. A.. West was Hollywood high school. You had to have straight the long. Oh yeah you know you had a little you know hosting a certain complexion and certain this to get attention but that was like you weren't aren't accepted unless you had a look like that you know with the hair and the hair was a big thing was oh you know that now. Is you school cool. She stopped you know you see are black girls with a whole lot of we've there will. That's the culture now and so they have the option of natural but that's knuckle getting attention troubles Rowsley but that's a reality that really and it's interesting you talk about being younger and growing up I had to reflect enough like wait. A minute was interesting. I was the the only girl out of three brothers then. We had the mom over here. who was that neglectful? So didn't have a really relationship with her so I literally remember looking at old picture of myself and I thought Oh my God. That's my yoga. ause there's my younger brother. It was me oh not that they cut my hair off. Girl just didn't look because my mom mom didn't comb my hair. Oh and it was just all over my ear and I hope that with my brother so you know right right. I didn't know any better so I had to sort of do learn on my own and what actually happened is I started. I would wear my own. I actually were Africans for a very long time. Tom went from aircrews. I used to do tiny braids and I used to break my hair really tiny and curl up and look like a curly curly. That's what I did for. And that was a survival. Not because policies wanted to have actually the one that you're wearing very with the ringling at so when I was I guess in my twenties. Maybe Yeah Early Thirties and people and the people were starting to come up with the twists and a lot of stuff like that and then of course they were always at the reins and the kind of the natural hair so I decided to wear my hair like as I would add a relaxer them on how to the beauty Wash my hair. You Know Brian. Oh Yeah Yeah. I've probably put about fifty or sixty of those tiny rods in my ear and make those girls and where for lack a week but I was doing my hair every day on our way and it became a signature. Look at what I I don't know what made you decide. I have had enough of it. It wasn't a Jerry Curl. I wasn't an official Jerry Fisher one area. It was my by Berge. You know I I had. I did the same thing. No no no. That was until years later so I never did it. I did depressing curl you know but I could do no activities. I had one earlier on thirty one. Yeah I think I finally did. A prison curl walked out like like this. I mean by mid day SRI. Ah But then you think about what we have to go through with our hair. I look at every other culture probably put in bus one of focus and the resources and the money and the time and when they look at our hair they don't realize chose not to cut you off like why girls in Asia gross they got extensions at all and the ones that you know. You have beautiful Brunetta. Everybody got to be blonde. You know you know something. I came to this conclusion. I think there's probably about ten years twelve years ago that you know when I see little black girls you know we're traumatized you know early in life for different reasons but then there then there's the aspect of of our hair and having to go you know that's something that other little white girls in Asian girls never. They don't know what that drama is of crying. And and having to get your hair pool this never I mean that's really Shurmur. y'All got birds you know. Feel like there's something wrong with you you know when you're right exactly or you know how people are looking at your here or did he get wet and everybody staring at you like. Oh look what apple said. Well you know what happened to my cousin she was dating some some Like let's say some Italian. Oh you man minutes and she went on a day and he was like young. This is in the twenties. The Talian guy had a took her to who was apartment in West Hollywood and had cousy and her hair was beautiful. She used to get it what it would look like this right so keen to show community cut little bug cut and got your net hot tub and then all of a sudden you know had a couple of glasses of wine if she said all of a sudden she was draw is she said and he looked at me and she said I didn't even think about it you said is true. Look at your hands. He said what are you talk about being cute. One he said book used to grow. It was troubled. It was Afro Puff. She totally embarrassed. I you know day the somebody's house and they have a hot tub. Oh the talking about the water. What about not on the plastic.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Ray

The Ray

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Ray

"I saw. He was doing the over the board so the reporter asked a question. They put the mic in front of him. At no time does he look at the reporter nor look at the camera. He's watching the league skate. Around in warm-up disinterest made it kind of struck a chord with me I'm going out damn guys if you can just be interested. Maybe the casual fan becomes more interested. Maybe the hardcore fan becomes even more interested. Maybe you start to build your brand a little bit well. What does that do building? Your brand means if there's more interest there's more revenue like let's get right down to the bottom line. More revenue means more hockey related revenue. Which means maybe you're hated escrow. We'll go down. Yeah but you have to be open to doing it and too many guys are closed off to it and it. I think it's a myths. Now Look I like to talk. And that's the way you know that's the way I'm built. I never found it to be too much of a Chore Gas Question. Answer the question and move along. You agree agree to do these over. The board interviews. So why do them right or don't do them now get somebody else to do it? Tell the PR guy. I don't feel like doing it. But the due to do such a uninterested jaw with it. I think I think it just makes guys look bad is funny you bring up the Toronto Maple leaves and that experience with with gas berry and not to pile on the leafs here and obviously there's zoned out there. They're focused. They're thinking about what they need to do in the game by. Okay let me let me stop you for a sec in warm up you're not thinking about you're not thinking about the game now you're just trying to get loose. They'll let you looking row thirteen to see who happens to be sitting there No I think you're maybe I don't know you look at the guys that are off the boomer. You know the have a laugh. They're getting one the games in a half an hour and look over at the other team and you go. Yeah okay. This guy's there that guy's not playing okay. You notice that and then you warm up. It's not like you're just grinding through place. They've done the same warm up since one thousand nine hundred five right. Come out and circle around your you. Go into the coroner's yes. Kato you take your pass from the other guy you do with hang onto two on one and Bob your uncle your out of there. Well the reason I bring up his soul so last night and I don't know if you saw you know we're recording on on Thursday here so it was Wednesday night. Kaba Costas is interviewing William Mainlander exact scenario and they've got some some video some B. Roll of of Neil under trying to get into the leaves dressing room so he's arriving at the arena. Y'All in the street clothes. He's trying to get the doors locked and he can't get in which is a music. I mean everybody wants to see that it's it's it's funny and he asked me. Landeros as last question I think nealon or maybe out of two word response. That was it just. You didn't blow him off. He wasn't rude. He just was not having any part of explaining what happened and why he'd been locked out a leaves room. You know what a longtime ago I remember Kevin Shattenkirk got traded to know. It wasn't Kevin Shattenkirk Somebody was traded to the capital's And he turned around he did the interview right outside the capital's door and the door was locked and so he made he made light of it. You know we tried it. And then he added again and he kind of like you. Don't have to be an Oscar actor no but you can have a little bit of Zip. I mean. I'm sure once the door got unlocked. Kneeland or founded funny. No question right. I just think it's a mask drags. I just think it's a mess all right. Well we're not GONNA mess on the ask Ray and dregs questions today and Dario. Oddly enough question one is about the Toronto Maple leafs and it comes from LE- Le- wants your opinion rate on the Toronto Maple leaves should adjust their approach putting the TAVERAS line against the other teams top line or should they switched to the minor line with Matthew going against the best as Mars. Better defensively than to verison. You know he's saying it was an apparent mess versus the mcdavid line earlier in the week to Aris seemingly got torched by mcdavid minor stripped him of the POC. Would you make that adjustment why I do think a couple of things first of all you can match lines in? That's important but it's the defense that really carry the water here in the match against another another top line. So the leafs in that game. We're playing Martin. Marin and Justin Hall against mcdavid they got caved in right now. That's bad match. That diverse line is well. They got a shot. Twenty two four now. Mcdavid was unbelievable and tomorrow's line was not very good. I don't know that I would go with one over the other like as this is the way. I'm always going to do it. I think there's some cases where Matthews as his game has continued to grow that that would be the one that I would use and then other times it would be bars. I think they have. You have to look at it as to what you can't have a plan cemented. That never changes I would. I would look at both guys and who you trust enough against another top line might not be the same guy all the time off the top of the podcast we. We talked a lot about the world junior championship. And I guess we'll wrap up that event with this and it comes from Chris Christie's wandering what the NHL can do to make the world junior hockey championship more popular in the United States. That's where Chris Lives He says very few people in America have the NHL Channel as it costs. More money So it would be better if games were available on a free channel. Like NBC. Something along those lines to get a greater audience to see and follow the tournament like it is in Canada any ideas on that and I mean I guess we kind of stay in our own little pond here and worry but we worry about in Canada. Yeah I you know I know they have they do have it on the NHL Network Just the US Games for the most part. I think as far as it being on a free channel cable channel now right like you it would be hard to imagine that a over the air channel is going to pick it up. I mean they I guess technically they could But somebody's got to foot the bill on that could it be part of a grass roots or more grass roots pushed to these players get into the public consciousness a little earlier perhaps could USA hockey being more involved in it absolutely however just unless the unless the NHL and yeah you know what they can. It comes down to money if somebody wants to pay for the right. Then then they can put on their channel or they can stream it right but somebody has to pay for the rights. You don't get to have the product it's just not the way. The business works all right final question from Carson Ray. What made you decide to go into broadcasting as opposed to working in a team front office after you retired. Great Question Okay. I always thought I was GONNA coach. And then I thought I was going to get into management just before last year in Atlanta. My my wife and I separated. I was getting divorced so when I retired My ex wife was GONNA move to Vancouver. Which is where we are now and I could not I promise the boys Matt and Landon that I wouldn't I wouldn't leave. I wouldn't travel. They were ten and thirteen and so coaching instantly fell out like I. I couldn't do it. And so then you know. So we got settled here in Vancouver and got remarried and Then cammie and I had Riley and pretty soon time just kind of moved away from that. I done some broadcasting while I was playing and it seemed as it was something that people thought could be okay at or good at or whatever and I liked it and then I got offered Joe or offered to audition for the oilers color job. I got that job and I retired in. May of two thousand and two in an October. I started on TV. I had no idea what I was doing. And then all of a sudden I was the color commentator the oilers and it was it was an beyond seamless transition going from one to the other but I had no idea what I was doing but I did it mostly for family for to be around the boys as much as possible so name. Every team was expressed interest in hiring. You and a hockey capacity. Go ahead there. You are finished. He asked by the way. Why chose my career path? I didn't have the same option I could've worked in a potash mine in yesterday's scheduling could've stayed on the farm. I could talk. I wasn't a very good hockey player. But something about this industry stuck with me. I was actually driving. New York. Densest Gach when when my mom and I heard a radio AD break From Western Academy in Saskatoon and it was as big booming voice a guy by the name Don Scott and it was hi. My name is Don Scott. Do you want a radio career? Something along those what happened so anyway. That's what I did I said. Hey you know what do that or become a phys ed teacher. And I didn't think I'd be good at that either so I think you made the right choice man. I'm going to tell one story about I'm broadcasting on. Espn as I'm still playing rights. When my team's got eliminated from the playoffs they called. Said you WANNA come and do some. Tv work. I said sure so now. This has gone on for a couple of years by this point. We're playing in the playoffs. It's my last year against Detroit. And there's a scrum the net everybody's pushing and shoving inury Fisher is got me by the shirt collar. Jerry Fisher. If you don't remember him. He had a hard episode and actually have been tire early Fortunately with saved by a guy that I've gotten to know Dr Tony Colucci They saved him on the bench. And you're he's gone on. He's scouts with.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There's a look back at this week's rock yeah first of all let me tell you the problem with our entire system of higher education for some crazy reason our philosophy is that anybody who wants higher education should get higher education anybody for example you want to go to community college you know what the requirements are you to be eighteen years old and still breathing I think I don't even know about the breathing part it's just you have to be eighteen years old and you now are going into higher education intuition is virtually zero and that is our philosophy everybody wants one yes one now you go to other countries where the tuition is forty go to university it doesn't cost any money the state pays all of it so how does that work where we're going half broken they do it for free because they actually restrict the students are going at you cast into the university and if you don't make it you're not getting it there actually is a stratum and they're actually demanding that students meet a certain requirement to get into university I mean that makes sense to me we'll handle the mornings at six five six four four three relating to checking out the movies this weekend here's your box office preview Disney closes out the Star Wars sequel trilogy with rise of the sky Walker tonight filled in the main saga set a year after the events of the last genocide the remaining parts of the rebellion faces off once again with the empire for the long running battle between the jet I in the Seth reaches its conclusion this space opera sequel stars mark camel Adam driver daisy Ridley John boy Asia Oscar Isaac Billy Dee Williams in the late Jerry Fisher following decades of false starts the hit musical cats finally reaches the big screen originally based on a poetry collection by TS Eliot a group of felines must make a one to your decision as to which one of them gets a chance to be reincarnated into a new life is one of the same group James cordon Dame Judi Dench chastened Rouleau interests alpha Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift Indian Magellan.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"I I'd like to introduce Beth or Gwen who has been with the bank since two thousand two with the background in print media in publishing she currently serves a senior executive vice president and director of communications facilities in human resources as well as Chief of staff for CEO Daryl Bird Beth also serves on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's New Orleans branch joining her about trotter who joined Iberia Bank ten years ago as the staff attorney and who is now an executive vice president and C. R. A. Officer C. R. A. Stands for the Community Reinvestment Act. A law directs spanks to help meet the credit needs of low and moderate income neighborhoods of the communities in which they operate. Beth is a graduate of Tulane Law School in an active board member of Habitat Tat for humanity having served as the women bill chair in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen so beth one and Beth to be one and B two as you tell me welcome to discover cover Lafayette. Thanks for having US yeah having this chain. I've been looking forward to this for so many reasons first of all thank you both on behalf of Iberia Bank for Sponsoring Our podcast. It's really really been much appreciated and I'm really excited about the opportunity for you to let people get to know you and what you do for the bank and opportunities for women women in leadership positions so Beth Arden. If we can start with you you have really moved up the ranks. Now you started out in in media is that yes is that correct and you talk about that sure started out as a sales executive for the times of ACADIAN A- way back when after college when it was owned by Steve May and Jerry Fisher May and really I've been so fortunate to have sort of two stops in my career both with the Thai one with the times and the second with Iberia having a chance to work with leaders executives who really believe in women's advancement in the workplace creative leaders really believe in thinking out of the box and really approaching life from different angles so right really too great to great opportunities in my career riot and when I said moving up the ranks what I'm really referring to is you've earned these positions and I didn't WanNa Miss Speak on that but you have had some opportunities that I think a lot of people are just you know to get to serve on the the board of the Federal Reserve Bank and all this if you can talk about what your role all is I bury a bank and and what led you to to have that opportunity on the Federal Reserve. Yes thank you I joined the bank at a time when it was really in Transition Sarrebourg bird his senior team our senior team had just joined the company and the bank was being converted from a thrift to a more traditional commercial bank and so so as a small company just serving Louisiana at the time Darryl really wanted to focus on marketing communication public relations efforts that were more tailored toward our target audience which were privately held businesses commercial businesses that we really could serve best so I came on board at that time and really focused on public relations as the company grew and changed think as Jerry mentioned back in the spring when you had them here we've done more than twenty five acquisitions over the seventeen years or so have been there so we really have grown and expanded across the southeast and with that came the opportunity to to take on more responsibility ability everything from facilities which is the management of are least An- own facilities to our expanded marketing efforts I and human resources as well which is pretty interesting part of the job why thirty six hundred associates yeah so I'm looking back you joined before Katrina and Rita eight ahead which was a pivotal year for Louisiana in two thousand five and then just within a couple years after that that is really when they explosive growth of Iberia Bank began. I know it's continued but your role had to expand pretty dramatically I mean how many states are you in nail. We're in assay. A nine zero nine states bank Lebanon to offer Mortgage Ryan our mortgage office yet influx right now we've had some changes with mortgage but yes so we have our first sort of jump out of Louisiana was into Arkansas and then both through acquisitions and de Novo initiatives we've jumped across the southeast so Florida Texas the Carolinas Georgia Alabama so we really have a wide footprint across that region right now. I've spoken with Judy Lucerne who works with you in your marketing department and the markets that you're in while they're mainly. I guess the south southeast southern part of the US the markets are different and so what people are expecting from banking and Louisiana. I'm sure quite different than South Florida right. We've got retirees and the high percentage of Wealth Fund. I mean our jobs gone because you know while we crossed. We're we're a large regional bank now. Well we really make sure we continue to customize our experience for our clients and our brand in those markets so what we do from a marketing standpoint and a client service standpoint in Key West certainly differs from what we do in Atlanta Houston Dallas or New York so we make sure that through people like judy some of our great teammates teammates that the experience for our clients is very customized we we have obviously common brand and common mission statement that we all live by but but we deliver a very personalized experience through people like Judy leaders like Jerry throughout our footprint right. Do you have to travel a lot for your position listen. I do travel quite a bit. I mean everything from visiting the markets to conferences or other special engagements that we signed up at for It's just hard to believe bank. That's gotten this big. It's still based right here right here and Acadian so south trotter if we can jump over to your role at the bank and then I want to let you both talk after that you are you work under the CR a the community reinvestment act and I know you started out as a staff attorney attorney and you've you've earned this position also and it's something that I've heard about a lot just in the real estate you know in the workup done but would you explain explain what you do and what Iberia Banks Role is in that in helping low to moderate income communities share so the community reinvestment officer manages the community outreach outreach programs and the mortgage products and the specialized products that we have throughout the company so we're in nine states from the bank perspective bank branches in nine states so what I do is I managed that program and so at a high level community reinvestment is about lending investment and service to low income communities and very small businesses and so managing our program and put forth our team throughout the footprint right in so while you do that while you're assisting people that might have some issues in getting a conventional loan you still have have to focus on safe and sound lending practices and that's of course part of the regulation is Um to help communities.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty two refers to the book of revelation, which is the time that the anti Christ wearing on earth. I forget the typical patches right now, but the puck of revelation. I'll. This is when does something of this can actually have the guys will very good with it. Great effect. Hi, this is Jack. Bartenders? I five this is what sets in his murderous rampage sets them all coming Hiller. You know, the the quote unquote enters him when he. Alcohol far there. I this occurs at sixty six minutes. Into the film. So that's another thing that you've got. When something occurring in the film. Could we also have me? Me showing is impassive. That that would only work, of course, if if the assuming the director has total control and even to the point of editing because sometimes the directories and the editor. Oh, absolutely. I mean and Kubrick as was was. And and was a control this pass many actors and actresses away from him. I mean selling the ball. The head of nervous breakdown on the set because Kubrick wanted to. Over and over and over again. I mean, he's active for wearing how many times will have to do this. The movie went over budget because Kubrick was just obsessed with getting the perfect shots. And and, you know, perfect Iowa, which is almost impossible to capture. And when it comes to control and things like that. Yeah. Cooper is definitely a master of it. And what certainly completely. Sorry. No doubt about it. Are the actors aware are they let in on on the the subtexts? Do you know, do you think? I think it's possible. I think it depends on the level of sophistication of the actor actress, I think so may be aware of it. I heard interviews where you they talked about you that interview with an actress, you they wanted to be doing this or this abyss had some sort of people. I have heard things that affect on what many of them. I think they show up, and, you know, just director instructs them, and maybe not have a maybe not understand in cedar. Maybe they don't have an understanding at all. I think it just depends on the show. Of the actor actress see if they could pick up one. What's inside the film were they make just directly by the accurate by the director producer? You know? We're going for this. Yourself. When you're when you're playing the part decided by the back of your head. That's certainly possible. I mean, I would certainly think. Yeah. When you're dealing with somebody like stalwarts, like George Lucas think that the actors like Jerry, Fisher Harrison Ford. Campbell weren't aware that they're really,.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on X96

X96

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on X96

"Usual gang of misfits and dope. Addicts are here. I I never in on the choice of the opening number. And that's fine. And I come in Africa, the choice has been made. And I look at the list of possibilities independently. Look at the list today that was a hard decision. Look at how many choices there were you could have played a cash asong. It's her birthday today. Good a plane. A Justin Bieber song. Today. Now, it's David Lewis birthday today. He's a he's a singer for super furry animals. I don't know super. Oh, ho, they're great like just general just super. But I thought that was a great band name. So and then, you know, the who never had their own TV show like star land vocal band. They did not get a summertime replacement. John Carroll's birthday today. It's Jimmy fortunes birthday today. The statler brothers, really. Flowers on the wall. Accountants lowers on the wall don't bother me at all watch smoking cigarettes and watching captain kangaroo Bangor. Ooh. Tell me. There's no kidding, Janice. Gills birthday today. She's sweethearts of the rodeo. It's Cedo Warton's birthday Cedo Morton for fungus. Fiddle. It's burning Spear's both data isn't he he's he's from Salt Lake Orleans. All lake I believe burning spear. Am I not correct on? I don't know. And it's it's Mike Davos birthday Manfred. Mann Mike Giles birthday from king crimson, Jerry fishers birthday from blood, sweat, and tears, Harry Belafonte as birthday my God. We had and Gina. It's a skit roseburg. I will. When you're going against the who I thought there's no way I can get business, and I listening to that song. And I'm thinking about the who and going my what an incredible band, the range of musicianship and just the quality of stuff that they have done years and the man that's good stuff. And that's a lesser known kind of song really not one in their big compendium of hits. It's it's one of my favorites of this. And because did that one because on this day, Roger Daltry singer? Well, the one of the singer. Nineteen forty four originally the main singer I saw the who infants when Keith moon was still alive playing drums. Did he throw up and choke on? It is. Don't he was a drug thing was in a hotel in Vegas. I know. And he boy when he was drumming, and he was furious. I was pretty close to the stage. And it was you know, and they were busting guitars at that time and chicken down speakers, and he was chicken over. And it was just sat there and watched it, and you just went what am I seeing here? It's I couldn't I couldn't quite take it all in. It was one of the formative experiences of my life watching.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Matt damon right oh high school holloway got hollywood high school those are the young guys they can that was their high school everybody wanted to hang out with them then you have a middle career after high school you're like the college years essentially where it's like j lo fucking killing it and it's a it's a crazy article in the new yorker to steve for sending me listening because i got into this thing and i was like oh my god they use that photo that i use them my instagram of ben affleck or where he's got the back to but he's got the towel on his belly on his belly and they said and this was the exact wording in the article to make it even sadder because he's shooting a movie with charlie hunnam yes and i want to say like tom holland or somebody else like it's a it's going to be one of those whatever it is but there were playing in the ocean there jacked shredded you know these two actors laying in the ocean jerry fisher and they were like they were like in there's dead serious article new yorkers said they're sad been standing on the shore towel wrapped around him like shot teenager at a pool who doesn't wanna show his body to anyone and i'm like oh my god i mean this was in the new yorker to and it was like this wasn't like a blog or somebody's like asshole think piece in the new yorker and it was just like they just showed the picture of him just solemnly looking out at the ocean watching the two of them swim in the ocean and he's on the shore with this massive tattoo and i was just like oh my god and they broke him down to this middle age man from the and that's the way i looked at this this dude who sent me this can message over the weekend who is just like i look at him as the it's the same sad guy who never grew up and either that or either that they are really sad or they're delusional because when.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on Pick the Brain

"Well, Aaron, There are so many lessons in those Poland's. They're pretty incredible, aren't they? When you At first I listened to her. I hear her words. I on it. They're so powerful. I almost I'm like, God, she's so much wiser than me. And then I gotta remember that if I said that to her, she would probably say something genius in say, no, it's We're all have the same wisdom and who don't you're not lower, We're all equal. And so it. And so I try and pull myself backup. But man, it's unbelievable. You know, it's funny. She's got so many things that just resonates so deeply with me. But one of my favorite quotes of all time and not just my favorite Maya Angelou quote, but one of my favorite quotes of all time that I refer to a weekly is the sentiment I've learned. The people will forget what you said. People were forget what you did. The people will never forget how you made them feel. And I think that is such such an unbelievable way to live life. Just remembering that, you know, try and make people feel good because that's what really counts. And so it's a great thing to remember to 100 percent true. And I know our listeners enjoyed hearing that and are going to remember her words because of the way that you know the way that Maya made them feel. And we wanted to end today's show. Show with one of my is most famous poems because I think it's just icing on the cake is so we're going to wrap up a little early, and then we're going to lead right in her poem Until next time. I'm Jerry Fisher and I man Faulker reminding you to keep moving, keep thinking and keep growing. Now, here's Maya Angelou performing Still I rise. I really Thank you, And I would remind you of a wonderful African Fay, which is the troubled thought the theme is not how to steal the chiefs bugle. But where to blow away. The youth use which face us all on, not just how to survive. Obviously, we are doing that somehow, but really how to thrive. Really. Thrive with some passion, some compassion, Some humor. Anthems Die. This poem is called and still Iraq. Now, every person in this auditorium, his gone to sleep one night, I'm never gone to bed when nighttime other with FIA of pain loss on terror. I'm happy myth grief. Insecurity and yet each of us has awaken A riven seem another human being and said, morning, How are ya? Fine, Thank you. No, wherever bet a by where it's been the kneecap been of the elbow or between the teeth wherever that is live there. We will find mogul, not nobility. I think that's a compass word. But the nobleness of the human spirit that we. You may ranked me down in history with your bitter twisted line. You may tribe me in the very dirt, but still like dust Al-Iraq. That's my in this upset you. Why are you beset with gloom? This Kazak walk Have oil wells pumping in my living room. Like moons and life Son's with the certainty of 10 hides just like hopes bringing high Still land. Did you want to see me broken vowed here than lowered eyes sold is falling down like here grounds, weakened virus hold who crime. Does my fairness? Upset too. Take it will hard land as if I have gold mine digging in my own bag. You can shoot me with your words, you can cut me with your line. You can kill me with your hateful mess, but just like life Iran. Does my sex known as the thin you. Visit come as a surprise. That ad Dane. As if I have diamonds at the meeting of my time. Out of history, same my rhyme up from a pastor, rooted in pain, Iran, a black ocean leaping. And why. Well, Ling and swelling and bearing in the town, leaving behind nights of terror and fear. I ran into a Daybreak miraculously clear IRA, bringing the gifts that my ancestors gay, I am the hole And the dream of the SME and.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on Classic Races

"Lineup forty three drivers including many times that you might not be totally familiar with this is a wentz didn't west and win the cup combination event forty third starter wayne jack's of las vegas nevada forty second dirk stevens from water washington out of sent the are a get forty first order is jerry fisher fortieth is lorie allen junior from ronnie north carolina out of templeton california rich whip lind junior starts thirty ninth thirty eight this mike chaser bakersfield california rick wilson from our toe florida goes thirty seven thirty sex ted musgrave news from franklin wisconsin out of middling texas bobby what starts thirty fifth thirty fourth john he from indianapolis and be out how to put salts colorado thirty third starter is want to back junior thirty second kenny wallace of st louis missouri have a span away washington thirty first is derrick call thirtieth this todd bowles new york jimmy hensley average way for jenea starts twenty ninth twenty eight this hot strip enough to lier alabama twenty seventh kyle petty around a north carolina twenty six turn the money corpus christi texas richter rally of denver colorado stars twenty fifth twenty fourth will be ron hornet day junior upon they'll california michael water about a bone throw kentucky is twenty third twenty second morgan shepard from con over north carolina twenty first they're a walkover franklin tennessee the top twenty popular bought the out of corpus christi texas structure among new york jeff boat nine we'll start nineteenth patriots deep aggressive of gaps they're now about mother die chevrolet as the cargill drive next year what's the cup competition seventeenth jimmy spencer of qbr went pennsylvania sixteen starter lake speed of jackson mississippi that from taylor's will north carolina how recap starts in fifteen fourteenth is dale jarrod to victory north carolina thirteenth rick match but i want rich grabbed her jimmy and then been stereo i'm if not trip would get the conditions there to give the command to start at jets the penchant rick match that of rock bridge bathroom to be going thirteen twelfth brett vote on and should longer york eleven with dale current mark of cannot bullets north carolina in a quick look at this up to an intense chuck boughner portland oregon jeff gordon of pittsburgh all indiana is nine eight starter.

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"jerry fisher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:44 min | 5 years ago

"jerry fisher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Very christmas kentucky and from news radio wayne forty doubling you ha ass helping of you get out of depth and live like no one else here's dave ramsey with today's ramsey reality check car private so the number one's beal or of well because it's the largest things we've by the goes down in value you have to get in the mindset to avoid car private over in order to for them wealthy so get rid of the car frame it can pay cash for an affordable use car while you work to the depth listen to the dude ramsey show monday at one one talk radio ten eighty but it's right from isis says better of thirties urging police department's across the country to be on alert through the holidays according to up behind home and security officials two days ago ices posted on social media the names in addresses of thousands or turtles throughout the united states with the goal of having sympathized it to target them during the holidays abc news senior justice core spot appeared thomas in washington star wars actress carried fisher hospitalized in los angeles after suffering a medical emergency on a flight friday from london to los angeles jerry fisher's brother tells abc news here's sister is currently in the intensive care unit did you see la medical center sources or telling k_abc tv she's in critical condition and now on a battle later he won't confirm that he says she is stable but that's his feeling on ouchies doing it not her official status he says he asks everyone to quote keep the prayers up because the doctors are doing everything they can for right now that's abc's alex stone in los angeles todd offense abc news from a like.

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