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"jim barry" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"But they also have props for the NBA draft in the first overall pick odds are out. So then I'll even paid about the opinion about this. Japan Smith right now, the favorite minus two 30 chat, homegrown from Gonzaga plus one 50 Apollo banquero plus 800. I'll just tell you, I'm hoping for jabari smith's case that he makes it to two. Because I just think the thunder have a better plan than the magic dude and Shay, I trust more to give jabari the ball than anybody in Orlando. So I hope for jabari smith's career that he ends up in Oklahoma City and not Orlando. Do you have any thoughts on that? I know that line has moved. He was not that heavy of a favorite to be the number one pick before the laundry happened. Would you take one? I gotta be honest. I would take Bon Carroll one. And I would take Chet too. I'm not high on jabari. I would be really worried about using the number one or two overall pick on a guy that I'm not really sure will be like a primary option on offense. I love the shooting. I don't know about the about the dribbling. Well, I would just prefer for him to have a real point guard. And I just don't know who's really playing point guard. Hey, man. Just don't know. I don't know. And chat makes total sense of that team. They get a bunch of long guys anyways. No Chet would be cool there for sure. Yeah, do you have him? Momba, you have Jonathan Isaac, you have Wendell Carter. Junior, I mean, all right, let's just stand another one of the wild. There's no plan. I'm just hopeful for Jim Barry's career. He ends up in Oklahoma City with a real point guard that'd be really nice because the one the one thing that drove me crazy to everybody else crazy. If you watch any auburn, the point guard situation, the great situation of it was a disaster. It was bleak. I felt bad for jabari a lot. He's a good player. I would take him, I would take him probably. I'd probably take him one, only because I just worry about jet spray, but that's the whole discussion for all the other podcasts..
"jim barry" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
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"jim barry" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
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"jim barry" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
"Why rarely do see that person? Hey, let me take a pause. I'm going to do this video on. You know where is influenced marketing going in the next five years? That's better off for another. Persona know somebody who's better at insights, but I think it's it comes down to. Just doing what your personality is more comfortable with. I have a lot of students where they just WanNa stick with the instructional part they love because they're so enamored with technology. But I think you know as you get older, we we'd rather be more insightful, because maybe we're not as adept. At Penn so skilled in our business that we could keep telling you like how to put a nail in a garage wall eventually unless you're working for Lowe's Home Depot. You kind of run out of material, right? So. Let's put this in a neat bill. Based on these things, the archetypes, the thought leadership. What is the biggest takeaway you think that B.? Two B. Communicators need to understand from this. What if you could sum it up in a way that you now the Aha moment that you think they need to get would is I. Think you need to craft a statement? That encompasses your content marketing plan with three elements in it. Number one what that influences number two your primary expertise, because you have to be consistent with that and number three your unique perspective. I have a statement for myself. my own. You know examination of this test. Instruments show that I fit more as a visionary so I have a statement that says you know. I am a visionary with film. Blank this expertise. In my case, it's like no. The expertise tends to be in social media influence with this perspective as an academic. So three parts to it I am fill in the blank. This archetype. With this film blank expertise..
"jim barry" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing
"On best, practices for adopting a new technology or new business practice And given them. Helpful tips that are kind of skill based like shortcuts to do whatever task is. the second thing related more to the the inspirational role, so we found that that inspiration really coming out transformational leadership theory like good. CEOS always have great stories to tell an entertaining style usually drake by humor. So both those you know the entertaining side as well as the visual storytelling part Dr Inspiration that leads to the thought leadership, the other element was the engagement style now engagements only GonNa work to a point that drives empathy. So just engaging for sake engaging shown courtesy, or whatever that's going to work at the end. It's just a path where people could say. Wow, you really do. Represent our voice, and you do have sort of this compassion or feelings towards us to where you're willing to risk your own social capital and share content with your many many followers. They have to see that Enters this what we called? Dial logic responsiveness, which means you're not just answering your basically answering with the intent to drive a conversation. So this is like it with our students. We tell them that every time somebody has a comet. That's an opportunity for you to further the con- conversation, but it's gotta maintain track towards wet. A community was developed. But you know if I could use an example, Leo and you know I was commenting him on, I says man says I look at your oppose, and how long or Com answer, this is you've got big followings I hate that. I don't want that. Hey, way to go, LE- You rock. It says they just broke the dialogue. The good thought leaders are like. How can I take that comment? And turn it into. That's an interesting point. And now my response to them continues the dialogue. So start leaves have not only a long trail of commentary. We you know we call it. Be Talk Worthy. But it the, they're so crafting how they do it that it keeps advancing their costs. You see that a lot of the that's one of the things that I think in the B. Two B. spaces losses. Lot of people tend to post. Run the post the content somebody'll say something nice and long say thanks for the comment. You know they don't get in and create the dialogue and. Relationship Marketing it really is about the relationship in. One on one, you know. Hey, that's a really great point. Well, here's my take on that. What do you think you know, so you're? You're starting conversation as post to just trying to be a thought leader and say here's what I think, and that's the end of the story. Yeah, so I mean even if you listen to Seth Godin speak when somebody asked him a question, he engages that person in the answer. You notice yeah exactly. This piece that I had done itself more of the comments from the leaders were about why I would have thought by I was a coach or I would have thought it was an analyst, and then I would say. Here's a perspective that we got, but it was kind of driving for. Let's let's continue this dialogue on some of the elements of a coach versus a tudor versus. In a whole dialogue, otherwise somebody coming into a brand new is just maybe going to field your comment on. Thank you very much and dies out fast. One last piece of this is we talked..
"So what came out of that? Then we're actually eight persona. So within the analyst we saw the visionary, and we saw strategist within a mentor. We saw a teacher and a tutor within the agitators. We saw the entertainers into charismatics within a motivators. We saw a coach and then we saw. With a lot of these influencers call themselves the evangelist. So, the study really revealed that you know you have to stick to one of those those people that straddle the fence end up losing their influence, and that totally makes sense, so put that into a B. to B. World. So you know as we're trying to get our messages out there how? How does that affect the way that we create and disseminate content I mean? What difference does that man? Okay, so for example, if you you consider yourself a visionary. So. There's a number of these influencers that would fit that category. Then you have to kind of stay with forecast. White papers. Your forum should be behind a podium. People would only expect statistics and even if you are going beyond statistics, and you get into interpretation, it's at a very high level. Serve like a crusher enterprise strategically. they tend to hang out at all the different platforms, but prior primarily on a Lincoln, because you're going to be parking a lot of content, and that case probably also twitter, but if you kind of move down to where your connection is out of engagement, you know your form changes. You tend to see these people more in seminars workshops where there's a lot of interaction They're not behind the podium there. Always interface with other people now like a panel. Periscope facebook live. Their posts tend to be more engaging, and it's more about sharing personal stories versus you know the analysts archetypes are more about sharing best practices now when you move to the where the inspiration is all passionate. Now you start seeing far more on video like the Ted talks, but a lot of these people by the way they're still onstage. That's where we separated. You know you're either enlightening or you're engaging. If if you're a preacher, you're a comedian. You know you're not going to the audience saying Hey, what do you think so far before it continue? Let me feel a couple of questions, so they have all that passion, but not necessarily engaging their. Their Forum Zoll on a passionate side tend to be a highly emotional testimony, driven videos and dressed up with a lot of entertainment, so if they're doing panels, you know there's got to be a lot of fun entertainment surrounding them now what we saw was when those people try to mix it up..
"University at the High Zinc School of business now. Jim was involved in a couple of studies, actually a handful of studies and we're going to be talking about those today on thought, leadership and archetypes. What kind of communicator are you in the B.? Two B. Space and I was invited to actually fill out the questionnaire and one day I saw Jim. Tag Me in this post with a whole bunch of other piece, and I said Jim. I WanNa get you on this podcast and talk about this man so. So! Jim, how're you doing today I'm doing fine. Brian Thank. You thanks so much for coming on. Because this is so important, I think that bb people really need to hear this, so let's get your backstory as we were talking before you have something in common, we both worked at Bell Labs in Naperville Illinois. So, how did you go from being? You Know Project Engineer Project manager to this. You know social media educator at a university. How did that? Start out as I told you I mary the General Manager's daughters, so I had started job hunt. And I got pretty fortunately for the Chairman of the Board at Gould at that time. Rolling Meadows Illinois and ED evolved lot of job transfers. So took me out to Massachusetts I. got into factory. AUTOMATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS AVIONICS SUPERCONDUCTING ELECTRONICS. And I was going through a lot of companies. I G E be of Goodridge ended up rockwall. Where my career ended right after nine eleven, it just crippled the whole aerospace business, so that moved me into academia, so that was around two thousand and one got to my university Nova southeastern about fifteen years ago and I've been there ever since. About. I think about twelve years ago, those were made this real big push to get into social media and you can imagine with with. Faculty academia to Hyannis. Because I really saw this common. Relationship Marketing Guy a different jobs ahead like strategic planning etcetera, so I got it. And I followed a lot of these practitioners. In fact, read so many of their books and I finally came up with what I thought were the top twenty five books that could hit the classroom. And in the process. I got to know a lot of these contacts, so my colleague and I said Hey with all these people we've connected within you know. Sometimes we bring them into classrooms and we review more their materials. I asked him if they could complete a survey because Jon Gruden I thought we could really spawn series of articles going after journals in marketing, we had three altogether. That cover this one case of. Thought leadership exactly what is know practitioners they they grab onto the topic. And then they get bored with it and run out to the next thing you're like hold on a second. You could be on to something here, but in academia. We've got to blended in with. Theory like exactly. Where does it fit and flush it out so now? We have sort of a formula. What are all the determine it's? How does it drive influence back then you know your influences determined by. cried and cloud scores, etc, at least what we call social capital for resonating your content all right, so that was one paper was actually designed a framework. The second one was on these archetypes because in a process of doing this. Beyond the survey, we went into over a thousand linked recommendations for those hundred seventy-one social media influencers like yourself. And we start realizing that there's a variety of different personalities that lead to this effluence. Not Everybody was engaging. Not Everybody had emotional passion..
"jim barry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yeah I don't want to give political. I'd rather talk about something else but. that being said would you know. the last few minutes so what you're talking about. my disdain. for the Democrats even here we go I already look. I said right at the beginning it's not. I don't want to talk about it I wanted to ask I'm gonna put you on hold and say do you want to talk about this issue that's fine but I don't want you to talk about your disdain for trump where to stand for the Democrats because that's boring it's been done for two years three years. both ring. now if you'd like to address this particular situation. and the fact is you know them if you have questions about what's in the summary not the transcript. the MPs ability the whole thing or what is illegal about it that's fine but this is not about a. general disdain for one side of the I have there is if if you use it I will shut this down. and the beat of a heart if if that continues to go ahead in my story yep all right now I only want to talk about that I wanted to ask you if you had some grappa. no I have had drop of though. yes it's really strong yeah I think it's like Greek. no well grant actually is distilled from the vines of the great who is very very well. zero eight at all cultures have the we have it we have a hearing loss is having the then the native Americans have grappled we have moonshine. okay that's not grab. well the Brazilians have Kinshasa that's not rapid either it will grab is. it's the like did you read it is of the distillation you know. so yeah I've had it since really crazy strong yeah yeah well I just figured you might have some grappling Ewing to Sicily drop out sand. what do you call are you a fan of grab you like crap. I've never had I grab. thank you Mary my son is a true son of Italy. my yeah his mother is from Rome and her family is from Schiller kusi. I don't even know where that is only going to get you some grab it seriously it's a it's it's so Sicilian it's a little island off the Cicely. and my wife's father. he was in the in Barrie in the boat yeah and he was in a in the navy and I guess they went to Sicily and he saw. her grandmother or whatever it was. and father Jim Barry sorry is grand shot her grandmother in Sicily in SO in short scene said I'm gonna marry that girl because she was the most beautiful girl as on the island and he did and then. well that's cool man we if you have been on that we gonna get you over to get some grub. I would like to go home. I would like to go to Rome only because it's you know. it's where a lot of us are from. Rome is definitely this Jerusalem. I think you lose one in Rome. and Cairo the just a new band all those toys yeah while. I just I still get a kick out of one of the first times I started listening to when you told me about that right German shepherd that dog that like scary jogging we share hello I was Romania Romania yeah yeah yeah I was haunted house haunted by as a devil dog Reagan's spirit dug it was weird. are you sherry what would terminate was it it was day. in late in the day all right yeah. there was we haven't Harry potter was in a cemetery in the day and there's nobody there but me and that dog and it was there was a fire one of the trees in the cemetery was on fire it was like a a layer of zero literally by yourself I mean you don't bring a scout you don't have security any time select no not on these trips no matter how by myself and I was worried about dogs because they're a lot of rabid dogs there so I was scared of him but he was a big black German shepherd he was just me around and I would I would I would move around he would follow unfollow unfollow and finally I ran away and he did not fall. yeah I just remember that story but I know I didn't want to talk about politics I'm sorry about that because I. I don't care. good I don't really want to talk about it either I'm just going to just ask you will you dogs options though don't Molly in them how they're doing they are so good and I miss him so much when I was gone Molly is much tougher Malik as well is tiny and has short hair and she gets cold really quickly and option right I think she might be part docks and impart one of those little two hour maybe a little to our inner I don't know. yeah my dad my brother has dogs L. I. folks to date may weigh about fourteen to eighteen pounds Max. Molly must weigh like I don't know five pounds some some crazy like that. so I'm asking in this case daisies three days is the older girl and she's a sweetheart and then Jack is the Bruiser I think he might be ten now. which which one of the three most protective of you. probably Jack yeah Jax no he's a boy he's my boy yeah all right let my brother's got his boys names monk. actually Mariano passed Mariano Rivera he's Yankee St was from Boston. they're going to get the weather to the folks with Paul I'm really glad you called in yeah I just wanted to ask you about the Gropper grab I need to get some crap I can get in the north end. me you'll probably didn't know well yeah yeah you yeah I'd love that you listen and you remember that maybe I will divide can the oak barrel it's a smart thing I had some today after work take care brother this pollen Needham good man thanks Paul. six one seven two five four ten thirty some news and some weather and I'll just finish up explaining about this Ukraine thing and I'll tell you a start talking about EBS news update the office of the director of national intelligence gave lawmakers access to a whistle blower complaint that includes president trump's conversation with the Ukrainian president hours after the White House released a memo summarizing the call between the two leaders Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the summary and there was a blower complaint show Mr trump abused power this document demonstrates.
"jim barry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"At Barbasol dot com Jason we've been talking an awful lot about Andrew luck in his decision to walk away from the NFL last night at the age of twenty nine a lot of people reacting online right on Twitter social media saying that this is the most shocking retirement this is one of the most shocking things I've seen in in twenty years as the most shocking thing I've seen in thirty years I don't think the Andrew luck retirement is the most shocking retirement that we've ever had I I think people yeah when when the moment happens it is hyperbolic in people jumped out to the extreme and say oh man this is the biggest shock of all time you feel the same as me yeah absolutely I mean here's the thing for me the biggest shopping retirement of all time was Magic Johnson yeah now clearly that was with another health situation and it when it happened I think we didn't notice the NFL world but the whole sporting world wishes and not just the NBA world but the whole sporting world was just starting I mean it but they were obviously much bigger ratification because of why he was retiring but just in terms of shock value no I don't think anything was bigger than that and we can talk about when Jordan retired the first time and you know I know there's a lot of people have conspiracy theories about why he did but what what do you mean what what do you mean you can get at it and and I'll play offer you but I'm I'm but but obviously that was one that was shocking as well but in terms of in terms of just like you shock value no nothing bigger than Magic Johnson yeah and don't the injuries make it understandable well last night I'm gonna be honest obviously I was shocked when the news came out because it's just so unexpected the third week of the preseason that one of the best quarterbacks in the league at the age of twenty nine is going to call it a career yes the initial shock is there but when you take yourself out of the moment and you look at the last seven years and you look at how Andrew luck got to this point of his professional career it does make some sense he's had to deal with some major some significant injuries throughout his career and right now he's dealing with a I don't know what we're going to call it a calf and Achilles a foot a high ankle sprain a little old saying something not good let's put it that yeah it's like this is you know this this injury that locks gone through over the past several weeks and even a couple of months it keeps moving the injury keeps moving around is is lower leg so I don't know what's going on but he even referenced it last night that Hey this is still bothering me that the this still doesn't feel right and so the the injuries to me make it understandable and what I think Jason reed undefeated Nick cattle with the on the Mike ESPN radio what I think Jason is what's going on here is the social media world right it's two thousand nineteen and when something happens you're on the Twitter line and you you just going three your your time line and all you see is reaction reaction reaction reaction all my god oh my god gifts gifts video video Jim Barry Sanders right if if Twitter existed what would the reaction be Barry Sanders walking away after rushing for almost fifteen hundred yards in ninety eight he announces that thirty one that he's leaving the game if Twitter existed when Barry Sanders tapped out we would have the same kind of reaction if not an even bigger reaction than what we saw with this lock thing absolutely are all given go further back we listen when Jim Brown walked away at top of his game okay yeah we can Russian I think like eight of the nine years he played on me so when you when you talk about the error that worry yes it's it's social media its immediacy gets anger is just get on with a hot take so absolutely I mean those retirements all my goodness if if social media existed there I mean it it the world isn't it yeah so we've got Sanders you bring up brown like not even social media like a what if E. S. P. N. existed when Jim Brown call that a career right I mean what if we just had one twenty four seven three sixty five sports news organization that existed on our television screens when brown walked away he is thirty years old he ran for more than fifteen hundred yards in a fourteen game season right before he decided to retire Calvin Johnson is another one right thirty years old a guy that caught almost ninety football this final season in the NFL everybody thought Megatron was still the best if not one of the best receivers in the game he walked away what we're seeing Jason is two thousand nineteen in full bloom and this is a world we live in that we take snapshots and we've always taken snapshots throughout life but before it social media ever existed you were able to take those snapshots absorb them think about them actually formulate a full idea and thought and then talk to people about it now in two thousand nineteen we take a snapshot we have our immediate gut reaction to it in bone it's out there in front of millions of people to see on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram this is two thousand nineteen it raring its ugly head this is the fact that in two thousand nineteen chase and read everything is bigger it's bigger it's huge it's better everything has to be significant everything has to be the biggest thing we've seen ever happen to one individual and we kind of fall into that in what we have is nonstop Twitter reaction last night trying to sell me on the idea that this thing it is just so much different than other people walking away from the sport they love no not at all and again it is Twitter it's zero to a hundred it's everybody having that immediate take that visceral reaction to the news and unfortunately a lot of people I think are going to look back and and regret some of the things that they either tweeted or or some people that stadium last night who booed because that immediate gut reaction is not really what we're supposed to do with it as human beings as rational human beings are supposed to sit back and look at the situation and logically assess it before we just respond otherwise we just get angry to start hitting people and that's not what we were allowed to do unfortunately because of the two thousand nineteen this this era that we're in it is just okay this is how I feel I'm put it out there and that's not always the best way yeah and he's Jason read from the undefeated I am Nick cattle's on the Mike ESPN radio and ESPN app and what it does what social media does and this immediate reaction that we see over and over and over again whether it's the world of sports or politics or entertainment what it does is it creates an atmosphere in an environment where I think people just take things for granted and they just have that immediate angry reaction when they feel like they've got to tell you where to go and how to get there instead of thinking about what that person might be going through at that very moment right we saw the fans last night not all colts fans but there were a number of colts fans last night at the game luck is walking off the field and they're bowing and that's because they're so used to snapping at people and having such a quick judgment of a situation that instead of using their thumbs and tweeting something out they're going to use their voices and they're going to be yelling and billing when they're not really sitting back taking themselves out of the situation and saying wait a minute this a twenty nine year old guy he just got married his wife is pregnant he's going through mental and physical anguish yeah it's probably best that this guy walks away as a human being absolutely but people in two thousand nineteen no one here that they just wanna be angry and they were expressed their anger and they have an outlet for their anger and they're going to tweet and they'll let you know how they feel about it and the fact that Andrew luck to someone who is given a lot of enjoyment to a lot of people who love the game of football that gets thrown out the window which is angry and listen people can do what they want right it's it's a free world it do whatever you got to do if you want to bullet that that's your call but I I would just venture to guess that a lot of people who were bowing last night woke up this morning and they regretted their reaction and they now realize with the help of some time to think about it that it was not the right approach it was not the right thing to do last night unfortunate for luck he had to go through that coming up next when will Dallas get Ezekiel Elliott back yeah we're all trying to wait and chill and see what happens here it's Jason Reid of The undefeated Nick cattle's on the Mike ESPN radio and ESPN.
"jim barry" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Next hour will go down and through the story which broke last night that a CHP officer has been killed in a shoot out with a guy he stopped for a traffic violation the wife of the shooter speaks out once it always not a monster I really a family members have to stop that once you've killed the cop the nobody wants to hear that he's not a monster he really was a good guy plus he was in prison for attempted murder already apparently a motorcycle gang member this nine say Jim Barry you married a guy who tried to kill somebody but blowing and then this time the murders a cop that so you decided to marry have children with the trump administration is already been soon over that plan to take away a chance for a green card from legal immigrants see if they are a public charge of they've been taken the welfare public assistance will get all this but we start with the viral video of the day Chris is being a radio show to hear the audio so viral audio in the day this is great Chris Cuomo now I had never wasted my time watching Chris Cuomo is on at nine o'clock on CNN another one of those hate trump shows and you probably know that is dad was barrio coma it was a long time governor of New York very liberal and you check it out running for president and then his brother Andrew Cuomo became governor of New York an angel call most tough guy a whole type politician and Chris was always the younger brother the more sensitive brother and a couple of beats slower you watch him I've seen snippets of the shell and he's he's he's not that not that sharp he gets very worked up though I've listened to your show driving home sometime from here we can get some motional but it's it's not smart and he does like to put the opposition on argue with them yeah yes but ultimately it's a trunk show no he just he just he just gives everybody else you know a few minutes a sparring time yeah I he's always been in TV it was ABC news chief law and justice correspondent the coanchor for A. B. C.'s twenty twenty in one of two coanchor's of the weekday edition of new day three our morning news show before he became with his own show on CNN yeah I I think he started in the morning but nobody watched it so of course he got promoted to the evening we're nobody's watching I eat is even have a million viewers on average no I mean justice any any gay is it gets really emotional and he's got a very bad tempers you're gonna say he's so anyway he's a he's approached by some guy these are trolls these are these are wieners who spend all their life on online they have you tube channels the right wing guys but but they're losers slobs and support for them is to find Chris Cuomo and taunt him calling Fredo which is the name of the younger brother in the godfather movie you know he's the older brother I thought Frida was the no look it up in a weaker brother I guess I should yeah is the weaker because the loser right all right sunny and there was freedom when it was Michael no you don't want to see godfather did you well I did the forty nine oh yeah I didn't see the movies I think I saw it on TV later on still young C. whatever whatever he is he's a loser and so if you're in this is been a common that thing lately I've noticed and in politics online if you think somebody's Weeki comma freedom I've seen it hurled at people on on all sides of the argument so I looked it up he's the middle one I was the little guy yeah Sonny was played by James Caan was the older brother and of course Michael Corley only the younger brother was played by Al Pacino Frida was in the middle it was the middle brother who played freedom I got any of junk is al not well known but they they have like a receding hairline into do P. O. goofy moustache definitely not like a really good looking guy right so I need to trace the family Anne's alternately killed for that yeah I think you get the kids to death in one of the famous scenes is embracing the kiss that's it for you your ugly your week got a bad Mustapha Johnson's outside of lung cancer anyway and it takes seventy eight long time ago I was only years have to because he was in both one and two but I had a apparently died not long after that all right Sir here these these YouTube trolls filming Chris Cuomo you're not gonna believe this but the actor that played Fredo John because out was the boyfriend of Meryl Streep for two years about that it is a real connection to getting that's what got him worked up and that's apparently was with when he died nineteen seventy six to seventy eight partner miss Meryl Streep never heard of and never knew that all right yeah so let's play this sense almost to two minutes it's pretty good but John describe what happens again a troll a guy that just wants to cause trouble walks up to Cuomo and there call some freedom.