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"jim miller" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

"jim miller" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"List host becomes a bob in that show be prediction right. I hope they like basketball. Davis does the nba draft. I couldn't use countdown. Somebody like that. A an old school like the kinda guy. The kind of guide norby's very comfortable with norby has certain. Qb's that he likes right if he was an offensive coordinator. You would know who the norby. qb's are out predict something like that raises a good man. No drama or other may be troodos. jim miller was great to see you thanks popping out for fifty minutes. And then we'll we'll have you november when you're promoting your book. I'll be one of the forty podcasts. You gone thank you all right. That's it for the podcast. Thanks to mike francesa. Thanks to jason goth. And thanks to jim miller. We're back on sunday night. Our last sunday. Podcast before we start doing guest lines of cousins sal so off to come up with something good for that. This one was produced by coal creighton as low as. Hey we have something really excited. Bruins fan dough. It's coming next. Friday september third and get ready for my million dollar pick segment which will be will be doing late. Thursday night heading into friday every week during the season on the bill. Simmons podcast check out the phantom or does sportsbook gap. Don't forget about the real watchable coming on monday. I'll just. I'll tell you what the movie is on sunday may spark us. I'll wait wait. Enjoy the weekend. Thanks for us view sal..

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"jim miller" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"jim miller" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Say the best my favorite presidential sort of character was was Dana Carvey is George Bush in the history of NSO snl Bush forty one that was brilliant. That was drilling. I have to say Danny accurate is Nixon was right up there though he There was a sketch once it started with Danny Plane Nixon at the typewriter. Any says types out his memoirs by Richard Nixon Eighteen Dollars Ninety five stance. He just had like he had the voice down the metrics woodhams. Parked was it was they ever? They've they've done a good job with playing the. I mean obviously we should mention Tina's Sarah Palin that's probably all the all time she was president but in political figures. I mean Obama was their toughest. Yes. The show went on seventy five. So you have you know Ford Carter Reagan. Bush Clinton Bush Obama, and trump. So you have You have a lot of identifiable characters who have crappy handles hysterical calls, but Obama was definitely the toughest. Before I let you go one last question I don't know if you have any insight to this but I know you're a fan. So I just WANNA see if You've heard anything through the grapevine since you're so plugged into this, but there was a report yesterday that Howard Stern is going to resign with serious for one hundred and twenty million dollar contract, which he talked about today and sort of laughed off and said wasn't true and said that if that was the offer that's on the table, he would sign it right now and he'd be happy to take all that money. Any scenario in which Howard leave serious. They don't pay him enough. You know he's got a beautiful wife and he's Guy I. Think He. Realized about Howard and past. Ten years you know I mean he whether it's you know being on the show other shows whatever but. He wants to have a wife. He knows he's worked really hard. So I think I'm not saying that it's going to be binary. There's a specific number that they're gonNA to reach. But. I do think it's going to have to be aggressive and quite frankly I still think that you know the. It's serious with Howard is like. CVS FOOTBALL ESPN. There's just You, take it out of the equation serious and And that's that's that's a problem I will say this. From Sonos listen to them for soul. Forever, I said this the people on twitter because seminal asked me what I think going to happen. I don't think he's ever going to leave the radio I mean, maybe you know way way down the road, but he's the guy who I think always wants to be on the radio always wants to get his opinion out there always wanted to get take out there. So I think he's always going to be doing something and he's got such a nice gig right now series where just does the three days a week and he's offer like you know two months a year. Yeah you go to spotify and do a podcast and do celebrity interviews or something like that..

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"jim miller" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"jim miller" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Listening for another week, we have James Andrew Miller on the show today covered a lot of topics, ESPN FOOTFALL ESPN and social justice. Keith Olbermann leaving. The situation with broadcaster Mark Jones Jalen rose and The NFL overall with Ratings Future Television contracts than we. Got Off sports talked about SNL Howard, stern and. HBO Larry David. So we covered a lot today with James Andrew Miller before we get to that interview if you miss past episodes of the media podcast, we've had a great run of guess lately I'll Michael's last week Dan Patrick two weeks ago Kevin Harlan three weeks ago. So if you missed any of those, go into the archives and check those out and subscribe to the media podcast. All right. Let's get to James Andrew. Miller on this week's episode. Right joining me now as I media regular adamant for Awhile. Glad he can join me today. He is author reporter. Writer. podcast hosts. James Andrew Moore Jim has gone. Great, how are you? I'm well good week to have you on since you wrote the book about Espn wrote the book about SNL and the origins podcast that we have a lot. We can dip into here with US returning and ESPN I coming into the spotlight on some things. I want to start quickly with NFL. And ratings because obviously. You Know Pre cove it I think the major NFL media storyline was that the contracts are coming up for all the TV stuff I'm just curious if you have any take on, this has the pandemic will the pandemic Affect anything in terms of the NFL. Seeking, out new television deals and contracts with networks and streaming services. I think it's going to affect obviously but I think that Part of what may be going on is the health of the bidders themselves. Let's you know there's there's kind of there's stubborn issues here. There is the NFL ratings in the perception of the sport's popularity, but then you have the people in the institutions who are bidding for it, and you look at a place like CBS look what happens to their look what's happened to their market, cap? Since, this thing started, and so the financial wellbeing of these companies particularly to make long-term Youtube financial investments is starting to come into play and I think it's going to possibly possibly readjust some of.

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"jim miller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jim miller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Delays from Jim Miller on highway sixty seven northbound approaching let better there's a crash two left lanes are blocked and it's backed up the camp wisdom with K. ally up traffic on the fives I'm bill Jackson lows is working harder than ever to help pros get the job done with a dedicated team of associates who only serve pros they stock the top rated brands you need offer curbside loading and can even deliver right to the job site service like that is why Lowe's is the new home for pros I'm meteorologist Brad Barton while we are watching tropical storm crystal ball in the southern Gulf of Mexico high pressure ridge extending from the southern Rockies is going to leave us hot and rain free but somewhat humid through the weekend we're gonna be sunny ninety four today light southwest winds on your seventy six tonight sunny humid ninety six tomorrow ninety seven Saturday and Sunday with heat stress index in the shade your hundred one with more heat on Monday and Tuesday as well I'm KLIF WBAP meteorologist Brad Barton right now we have clear skies at seventy five in fort worth seventy five in Plano and seventy six in Frisco protections are reacting to charges being filed against all four police officers involved in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis these protesters marching for justice in Dallas the demonstrations will continue until justice is served I think that all four officers being charged as a result of what people are doing there's no justice in a charge an indictment in sentencing a proper sentencing is where the justice will come three of the officers now charged with aiding and abetting murder the officer who was shown on video pressing his knee on Floyd's Nick had his charge upgraded to second degree murder protests over the death of.

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"jim miller" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"jim miller" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"A fair amount of straight endurance in abilene built into it Yes some swift racing You'll get some intensity out of it and then I do a lot of that zone to work our restaurant pedals. Ours ours No stops I hate coffee. Stops fits doing five hours onto it's five hours to continuous. Yeah Yeah Yeah and then And then a Lotta Times once. We build fitness will add intensity ended up and then when they're done with all that they stop at a coffee shop one right but but then you go home and get in get in the space legs or whatever. What would you do as a coach in? He's a pro. Do you have to tell will not have to but do you like tell him what to do for recovery. Just leave it up to him as a pro. Yeah once they get to that level. They're good Knowing what they need to do you know space. Legs the the Atta Day guns. Those things are awesome Misogyny you can get it. It's you know the thing with recovery is. It's all about Rusting Right Mentally. Resting in whatever. Does that for you is what works the best. How how many hours asleep does he get a night? He has baby so spread his dad. What's of one year old? Yeah Man But I think I think eight hours minimum. I think all those guys sleep eight hours generally champion sleepers but is because they can. That's best their jail in in speaking of Recovery we have previously talked about float tanks. In how I thought it was interesting that here that you are a fan anthony. Our listeners would like to maybe hear your float tanks story or just you know your rationale behind it. Inflict takes interesting man. I mean if you if you just look is a whole laying in saline solution that floats you. That's lukewarm with a cover of Complete sensory deprivation seems really weird I was very skeptical about him. And just thought it was another recovery fad. Unlike highly sensitive fads you have to prove it to me for. I believe it beaten the physiologist with the army. Some windy along the way had this long discussion about training and he trains rate Army Rangers. You trained Army Rangers and keenly interested in what they did anyways. I'm like I mean what a what a crazy thing to be responsible for. Reid is a guy who can go into these intense combat situations in. Your job is to have them prepared for that. Whatever that may be. What if you have to run fifteen k? Or or you have to sprint out? Two hundred meters whatever it is. I'm like that's insane to think about and we talked a ton about just what they do with Got into recovery. He did a study on recovery modules and asked me if you know what I thought about recovery modules and So long ways like look. We came down to one rule of thumb that we were looking for you. Did you did a US some recovery. You should see some sort of Benefit the following day there's not performance benefit than is hard to say that recovery module worked as like okay. I'll buy that. He's a you know. She went through everything massage. I mean you name it. He went through and it comes the flu tanks. And he's like no that can't work he's like it's the only thing that that showed a positive return in terms of performance the day after. I was like wow okay so I tried it with not myself. I've not even been floating but try to some athletes and almost always there the next day. And if you if they use a tracking. Hr V. Their HR V. is off the charts the next day. There's there's got to be something about just add. Sensory deprivation allows your brain to completely relaxed. Yeah we have previously podcasts. At about it. We did a obviously not surprisingly float. Tanks are prevalent here in Boulder. And they're all that we do hippy stuff but yeah they feel good. I've done them. Anna Yeah my HR V. Goes way up the next day it's You've too hard. The hard part is you have to carve out. You know three or four hours by the time you you go there and then you get in then you got a shower and all that but yeah. They work their great Let's let's talk about speaking about training load and Lawson and can we hear about training load for some of the other athletes that you work with like kate or Chris blevins them being mountain bikers and then maybe how they differ how they are similar to someone like Quin Simmons who's more like more like loss and as eroding yeah Let's see if I think of my training methodology and how I think about training the one the MON methodology the resonates the most is Steven siler. need athlete athlete needs Higher gave athletes needs and it essentially. You're you're just building a really big base And then you specialize in the workouts through the intervals and then beyond that. You specialized environmental conditions or aerodynamic. Sir Or those final final final pieces so with everybody s I spend a Lotta Time. Just building a big engines And then when we when we get closer to goals and of course back period of time than you you targeted energy systems in working those things but the overarching ideas building this big engine and then and then fine tuning it. So Vermont Mountain Bikers. I mean. They're only racing our half losses race in six hours. Twenty one days in a row is seems like entirely different events. But I don't treat him that much differently other than the non by guy needs to to be able to go on with the power a lot in consistently In really for those guys. It's if you can do this consistently lab than you end up writing the front of the group If you can't consistently provide those big explosions than than you don't So you just try to try to get to the level where they need to be and then train. A little bit of fatigue resistance to to that load or two that intensity in does the change lossen Granddaughters will spend more time Ride the front of the group and Tom Trawling team. Tom Trawling Scott where he makes. Tour teams just freedom in the individual time trials most time to ride his own race also as his chance to show himself otherwise. He's he's typically ride in the front as G. C doesn't look possible than than he gets. Freedom to race breaks so is his demanded. Races is Deride pretty high power output for a long time and then and then build a to do really high threshold. That's essentially what he does for. Tom Drawing So you know a little bit different on the specialized side when you get to there. Event demand event demand needs the beginning for me is not that entirely different Said like if what I'm hearing you right is base or just the aerobic.

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"jim miller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim miller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Jim Miller is a member of the basketball strange high ridge remember he was helping people look I'll be the question mark it is going to be I am going to celebrate Kobe Bryant casting from the site of Super Bowl fifty four in my Tuesday here in Miami the fog is rolled in if you're watching we do not have a fog machine maybe it's a marine layer of its rolled in here but it'll burn off as they always say yeah but Tuesday here glad to have you on board with the you're watching or you're listening or doing both you can watch on audience in a two thirty on direct TV and also be our live say good morning to our great radio affiliates around the country scene Polly fridge in the club and yours truly here got a great guest list Michael will bond from pardon the interruption rich Eisen from the NFL network the bus drone Bettis Dion Sanders will stop by and our good friend Sean Salisbury will join is coming up in a little bit Superbowl media night is a tradition that may have outlived its usefulness or at least it serves as a very different function than it used to the league calls this opening night they sell tickets to it and it's a little bit different it's a chance for the outside media to have access to these players and coaches that they would normally have there's more media then you would expect covering a Superbowl you can almost feel the stadium with everybody that was in there last night and the players film the media of filming them with their cell phones in the whole thing becomes one being in a big Instagram post there were some moments last night Richard Sherman is always entertaining and he talked about Kobe run a lot of players that was the theme last night a lot of the questions were Kobe related Colby themes and Richard Sherman talked about his Kobe Bryant moment when he got injured until.

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"jim miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Let's bring in Jim Miller from Hawthorne race. Course. How are you, my friend? I'm doing great Pete. How are you today? Gorgeous day outside. It's a beautiful day. How is it in the Belmont Stakes is that a New York? Elmont New York. Everything looks like it's going to be okay, there weatherwise, too. So should have a fast track for racist today. And this is definitely the toughest triple crown if they go a mile and a half, probably the only time these horses will go a mile and a half in their career. That's a that's a long way. All right. We pay we all picked our horses. Let's start with a Lindsey, since she is the female on the show. Lindsey, what is your horse in gym? We'll tell you if it's going to win or lose today. Choice for today is, is bourbon war bourbon war at twelve to one Lindsay bourbon was the one that actually disappointed me in the Preakness because that was the horse that I picked them the Preakness, but everything leading up to that race. I really liked bourbon were now here's the one change that you're going to see in the Preakness. They put blinkers on the horse that I've kind of liked by goggles on the side of the horse to keep the horses, focus, it really didn't seem to work for bourbon war. So they take those blinkers off today. And I think the racist prior, or more of what you're going to see out of this horse, and I'm looking for bourbon were to sit back should come on and late MRs one that will benefit from the added distance, I think that he can get into the mix and just worry because he did disappoint me in their last out. But he gets a hall of fame. Jockey? Mike Smith writing today. So I've been definite. Plus, why do they put the blinker blinders on the horse for the Preakness? Just one of those things where if you looked at the race before in the Florida, derby, for bourbon war. He setback back early on. He closed a little bit late, but really not what they were hoping for, and what you see a lot of times out of blinkers, even though, the really useful a horse to keep their focus a lot of times, it will allow those horses to show just a little bit more early speeding didn't do a race a bit more on. And I think that was the whole for bourbon war. But really he just kind of raced evenly, the whole way through in the Preakness. Oh, what a little bit disappointing. So they're going back to the old style. And I think they were just really going to hope that breeding prevails more than anything else in the added distance when other horses are getting tired may benefit him as he can pick off some horses late the Preakness was where the jockey got thrown off the horse, right and the horse with. So that doesn't count. That horse horse horses definitely out of the mix. But the one thing about it, too. They oftentimes you will find an didn't happen in the Preakness. But oftentimes when you lose a rider that Horseheads right to the front of a field because you're not carrying that extra hundred and twenty pounds of weight. And then it really changes, how other writers have to ride the race because horses are pack animals are going to want to sit with that horse out of the leader of the pack. So really everybody else got lucky in the Preakness. That didn't go out there and body expressing go out and try to push things up on the front end. It could have been a really scary situation to turn out to be a run in the park. So boaty express, but we met a whole lot of fun, the first who likes the triple crown. Let's see if we can just get a horse race today. We're talking to Jim Miller from Hawthorne race course. What? Crazy triple crown. I'm the Kentucky Derby, the disqualification in the Preakness. You had the jockey that was thrown in the horse finished without a jockey. It's been a little weird hasn't it? The most triple crown of anything only for the fact that you get that disqualification and the Kentucky Derby. So you take on the winter for the first time in its history, the horse that turns up to win the race country. House doesn't even go back and try to go for the triple crown. They bypass the Preakness. They bypass the Bellman. So it really kind of has changed this whole sequence of racist this year. A little bit more intrigue into it because oftentimes you'll see maybe three four or five of those horses. Try to contest all three lights of the triple crown this year. We just haven't seen it. It's war of will. And that's it. So everybody else is coming back. A lot of horses that are really fresh coming into this race. And I think that makes it a really interesting race today. Okay mic homes. What's your horse today? Well, I was going to go with bourbon war, but then I thought, you know, because of the blinders, and everything then. Choice. I'm sure time. So I decided to go with spin off spin off, Mike. I love your pick spin off the horse that's going to be overlooked today. And that's what I like, especially for a race like this, because there are a lot of unknowns. Spinoff, trained by Todd Pletcher is one of the top trainers, not only in the country, but in New York to pick up an all world writer and have your Castellano in this race also. And one thing about the bell man is a lot of horses because of the distance, they are worried about position. And if a horse is going to get tired spin off as one of those horses that just kind of one pace that the whole way around, but his pace is pretty quick, and it's always up near the front end. You're going to have a couple of horses that will go out there and show a little bit of speed is via from the inside is likely to show a little bit of speed intrepid Harvard, Ray Close to spin off sits right behind those early pacesetters. And if he can get that mile and a half distance. He'll get I run on some of those closures like bourbon war, like war will spin off has a shot. He was actually one. On my top two horses in the race. And he should be fifteen or twenty two one. Well, great minds think alike, I guess. Exactly. So we'll see what spinoff, does I, but you know what a couple of bucks on a twenty to one shot gets your forty two back to win. So definitely worth a shot. There might the great thing about Jim Miller from Hawthorne race. Course you always feel like your horse is gonna win. All right, pack, I'm taking intrepid heart. Intrepid heart. Here's the here's the cool thing about intrepid heart because we just talked about spinoff and spin-off being trained by Todd Pletcher intrepid heart is trained by Todd Pletcher as well. And John Velazquez aboard the source today and intrepid heart and they last out finished third, but he is one of those very talk about bourbon warranty, blinkers off intrepid heart is going to put the blinkers on the win when you have two horses trained by the same trainer. The one thing you have to think about to strategy in a race because you don't want to have both of these horses. Go out there and beat each other up on the front end. So oftentimes one horse goes the other horse sits back. So with the horse like intrepid hard, I think he's the one that they're going to send out there and he's going to go on the front end. And maybe try to carve out those early fractions, and if he can clear off the lead. He could get brave late. But if he goes out there, and Joel from the inside pushes him along on the front end, then it sets things up. Maybe for the other Pletcher horses spin off so you couldn't see a little strategy going here in this race, but intrepid heart horse, definitely worth a look 'cause he's already raised well over the. Belmont track in that last start. So you get the little benefit over some of these other horses in this race. I'm telling you, he makes you feel like your horses gonna win. I don't know what that means. But I feel like I'm my horse is gonna win. We're gonna work together with our horses to. And finally, Jim, what is your pick for the Belmont Stakes today? Mentioned spin off his horse that I'll use in all of my plays the other horse. I'm going to look to the horse that I gave you all the way back when we were talking five weeks ago in Kentucky Derby day, and that is Tacitus on the outside. Now he's the horse that does sit down current favourite at five to two comes from another hall of fame Barnes from the barn of trainer. Bill Mott, but Tacitus he's the cool horse the grey horse, you're definitely going to be able to pick them out in the field drought, the course of today's race, but he ran a great race in the Kentucky Derby and he had to kind of weave as way through traffic work his way around there. And he ended up finishing fourth and got moved up to third in the race. But Tacitus from the outside today I think this is actually a good post for him because a mile and a half is such a long race. So it's not like you'll have to rush to get position early on a with enough speed in there. I think Tacitus just kind of settled mid pack early on. And I do expect that he's going to come running and running very quickly late. So I'm going to use Tacitus, then I'll use spin off, and then maybe a mixture of horses after that might try but those are the two horses. I really liked one two today in the Belmont Stakes. I love it in Jim. Congratulations Hawthorne race. Course you had the Bill that passed this week the sports, that's a big deal. Insane. Thank you for saying, congratulations, because really I mean, kudos to Terry lean kudos to Lewellen kudos, the maze Lutsky because this is the Bill that that's as the industry. We went from six tracks annoy down to three tracks over the last fifteen years. And now it's just ourselves Arlington park in Fairmount, and we were battling to stay alive and this Bill not only keeps us alive, but it's going to allow for racing to thrive as we move along. And that's really the key. We want to grow the sport. The Carey family's been over one hundred years here in Illinois for racing Hawthorne, one hundred and twenty five years. So this is an old sporting venue, and we're really looking forward to the opportunity to grow. And this is just a huge Bill for us, and we're so excited. It's going to mean a lot of buildings. Maybe we have to bring Mike over by to visit, but we're going to be very busy at all. You know, you bring that up that means jobs because, you know it changes a lot of things. And I've known Tim Kerry for twenty years and his long as I've known him. I know that he's been trying to push through this Bill. It's taken twenty years, and they find. Got it. And it's incredible. You talk about jobs. I mean, we're not just talking about a couple of hundred jobs, we're talking tens of thousands of jobs, because the revitalizes the breeding industry in Illinois, as well. And you're talking twenty thousand jobs, just within the agriculture and for the breeding industry, and then all the jobs that are going to be for the construction of these locations, and then all the jobs that are added for the full time, ration- it, really, it is a huge Bill saved a family run business in the industry in the state. They probably right. Jim Miller from Hawthorn Jim. You're the best man have a great weekend. Good luck to all of you guys with all of your selections. Maybe we'll get a three horse dead heat on the wire. And everybody can win see I'm telling you, this is what he does. He makes everybody feel like they're going to win. Thank you, Jim, three one, two nine eight one seventy two hundred Mike homes this year. If you have a question about your house home, whatever you need. He can answer it. We're gonna check news next and we'll start taking some calls right after news on seven twenty.

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"jim miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back. Jim miller. My guest is a auctioneer. That is his profession that is his livelihood. That is. I would dare say Jim your passion to you can get a lot of information getting nice website. It is charity auction near dot com. But we're gonna pro. But now is you make a good living doing this figure? Here's the thing is, you know, when you work with nonprofits at some point in time, there has to be a return on investment for and I've always believed that if I'm gonna ask for a dollar from a nonprofit organization I'd better be able to bring them three or four. Yeah. And in. So a big part of what I do. And what I try and offer is to be able to work with him. Well in advance you get to see me for twenty minutes do the auction. Also, one of the great things about your website. Is you have a set of you know? The fact lists what somebody if you are out there living, gentlemen, someone of you is saying, you know, now you mentioned maybe we should have an auction for our. Operation for our charity for our business. The thing to do is do it in a sensible way to sit with you before saying, hey, I think I'll hire this guy, Jim and just wing it from their. They're a dozen things that people need to know before they go in what kind of phone to have a number of different things. And so you're sort of a. Consultant aspect. Term. But again at twenty minutes that you see that's what makes my phone ring in. That's great. Sure. But it's the seven months in advance that I'm working with the team in. It's always a smaller team then you'd like to have trying to come up with those items giving him. What's the biggest mistake that people will make going into setting up an auction trying to raise money? Some of the biggest mistake me. Indeed be saying all we need the auctioneer, and we'll get prizes from our friends. Yeah. I think the biggest mistake that I see made over and over is putting too much emphasis on what they consider to be the value of the items. They're getting so give you an example, somebody will say, well, my best friend owns the local Persian rugs store, and he's going to give us an incredible seventy five year old Persian rug. It's worth fifteen thousand dollars in a live auction setting on a Saturday night. At the Radisson with a bunch of people that came because they care about the XYZ foundation. The chances of us having two or three people who love Persian Persian rugs needed that size Persian wrong team fifteen it just doesn't happen in. So I have one simple you, and I talk to people about this all the time. Ask yourself one question. Are you confident you can get two or more people to fight over this. And the emphasis is really on fight. It's got to be I got no beef with the White Sox. But until they're back in those winning ways. You don't have to fight to get tickets to see that team play. So you go with whoever it is hot in two thousand five we were blowing them out in two years where you couldn't get money for cubs tickets, and it gets soft when the bulls are winning into if you can just ask yourself, can I find people that really want that item that makes good one? So I tell them I get it. We want to raise a lot of money, and I know that fifteen thousand dollars looks good on paper, but the Reality r-. is you're never getting that fifteen thousand don't you find you more because you go to ten times as many of these idea when I have been the plenty. But when it comes to auction prices even silent auction stuff, and especially with live auction prizes. It is kind of the usual offcial auction specs. It's like, you know, a week in on ca- poco, you know, of a foursome at Medina, right? And there's such a it seems to me an utter lack of creativity. And I guess and I'm roof you've seen it. Maybe people just have that kind of expendable DOE. In order to help the organization, though, pay five thousand bucks for four some Medina. But sometimes they will. But that's a good enough example Medina's one of the greatest golf country, but golf is not what it was twenty years crew in. Well, it's still not of course, that I'm going to get invited to join. Yeah. So people will want that opportunity plant, but they're just not paying what they used to. And so it's tough because when you get that donation almost always from a member they don't wanna talk about how it's not worth what it used to be worth. And so they're still telling you it's worth five thousand, but the reality is you probably not going to see that. Well, but we try and try and make it the best items that I've ever saw at give you an example is. Yeah, we we did this cubs event this past week and in they have access to some tremendous. Yeah. There's nobody else out there that can offer. You get inside the scoreboard experience, sir. That's cool. They had fifty one empty wine bottles. These bottles were opened after every win during the twentieth. Eighteen series at the end of the game. They win they break. Open a bottle of wine and Joe Madden would get out of silver sharp, and he'd writes notes on it. He put on a yell Lester went. Yeah. Seven innings nine strikeouts. Seventh-inning KB. Hits hits a grand slam. Just puts little game notes on it. And these why why do you think he did that with the no urge Z just not think Joe's like Joe loves the game? He loves the psychology. He loves the history. I think it's a memory thing for him while it's so this is a one of a kind you can't get this anywhere else. Fifty-one empty wine bottles, and we put them out there. You can't get anywhere else. I don't know. I think we sold it for thirteen thousand dollars. No. Yeah. No. I had four people come these are just going to collect dust in somebody's, Dan. Yeah. But we're gonna hitch that item when you pitch the item, ladies and gentlemen. This is unique. Joe Madden is kind of nuts, and he writes all these label a little bit, and you can own this that sense. And that's the unique thing and it can be a couple of the couple of years ago. We did similar types of things with. Yeah. We had a for Kerry wood. I did some work with would foundation. Great organization and we decided for the twentieth anniversary of his his twenty K game. We said, well, let's let's go out and get a baseball signed by every person he struck out in. So the work twenty players couple of guys. Right. Right. Right, right. There were total think about eleven guys and couple of multiples. Well, these guys are hall of famers in. So I mean, quite honestly, there's no great secret probably spent two hundred fifty bucks collecting all these balls on EBay in calling in some favors and put them in a beautiful frame. And and you know, they put in a baseball glove and a couple of autographs everything else. And again, you have somebody in the room that believes in that organization that really wants to help them. There's a pretty good chance that they came into that night thinking jeeze I'd like to donate ten fifteen thousand dollars to this cause. And then I like to think that at some point during the process, they go or I could buy this really cool piece of member, which is in a sense of donation. It's exactly what it is. Yeah. An item being unique obviously is the it's the. Do know before you go into most of these what you're going to be auctioning off live. Yeah. Five minutes. No, no. But that's that's that process. That's the months in advance. I mean, I literally y'all have four auctions this week in. I know what I'm selling it every one of them, and we've been talking about it, and that constant feedback with bills, you will step up and say, look, I just don't think -absolutely it's part of my responsibility. Now, they don't always like to hear that. Of course, you tell somebody on the committee. Hey, I know you're best friends the rug dealer. The Persian road. What I want from the rug dealer is his box seats for the bears. If he's got those because you have to build it. And they don't have to listen to me and many times this is created for you before during the fact after I'm assuming people just go. Hey, great job as he's people. Sure. Writing notes to me, but before and during get up for these things, I mean is there I it's like it is very much. I think having seen you a performance piece in essence. Yes, I get that rush. Yeah. I think it's. The same as coming on the radio and you're on the radio. Do you just to me? A lot of friends in radio still, and you know, it's ironic because a lot of people in radio like the idea of being in a room with four walls and not having to face people. Yeah. Right. I've always been the guy that says hang on. If you got two thousand people out there. Let me go talk to them. It's just been a little bit of just, you know. And knowing the size of the crowd before we take a break. I if you're doing it in two hundred is relatively intimate one thousand is stadium. Like think how does your attitude change that are you are you? More Virginia's more extroverted you turn that on a little bit. You have to it's a bigger room. It's a little bit tougher to get everybody's attention that that's a little less intimate. It's a little tough to go out into a room of thousand people in work one on one. But you do what you can you have a fascinating job. We're going to continue on with near Jim Miller. You can read all about him at charity auction near dot com. And we'll ask the whole field is interesting because it's got to be very competitive field. It is I think it is very competitive field. So please, stay tuned. The Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet day mornings at seven twenty on seven twenty WGN. Smart speaker users.

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"jim miller" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on KTOK

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"jim miller" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"A lot of different human beings take on annika it got us to the same place this is the ncub podcast qe project state farm knows that for football fans your car and homer more than just stuff there's some of your most valuable possessions whether it's the truck that gets it every tailgater the place you watch your favorite team with your favorite people but life can be real tough opponent so when it comes to ensuring your car or home you need a strong defence like state farm because they know it's more than just a car or a house so why not give it the protection it deserves it's just one more way they're here to help life go right talked to a state farm agent today this is jim miller and origins is back down recently i gave you at behind the curtain look into the groundbreaking comedy curb your enthusiasm now it's time to take you on another ride one that's nearly forty years in the making available now and the podcast series origins with james andrew miller chapter to a deep exploration into the world of espn in five different episodes we will reveal previously unheard an unpredictable moments that turn espn from a ramshackle couple of buildings into one of the greatest media success stories of all time spanning it's early beginnings it's meteoric rise to its current challenge day you'll hear from all the key players in front of the camera and behind look for origins with james andrew miller on apple podcast google play spotify poor wherever you download your programmes.

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"jim miller" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Wie governor moments i obtain jim miller the two i am who had been aww man the ruble her dortha two two one.

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"jim miller" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"We're gonna find out in the six days they're tough week the find out at boy inaki i i feel bad even talking football about it because i've just can't stop talking about shas you're personally but the other thing that the patriots did so well against pittsburgh with throw against their inside linebackers last year in zone they ran edmund over the middle the for they spread out me run element in the middle of the field he's not there now obviously but they still have and dole of is still have rex burkhead conceptually ever rob growing caskey i could see them spreading out and throwing in the middle of the field especially now that shows years not in there this is jim miller and origins is back recently i gave you at behind the curtain look into the groundbreaking comedy curb your enthusiasm now it's time to take you on another ride one that's nearly forty years in the making dropping december eighteen origins with james andrew miller chapter to a deep exploration into the world of espn in five different episodes we will reveal previously unheard in unpredictable moments pivotal junctures and strokes of luck good and bad that turned espn from a ramshackle couple of buildings into one of the greatest media success stories of all time you'll hear from all the key players in front of the camera panned behind look for origins with james andrew miller on apple podcast google play spotify poor.

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"jim miller" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Yeah it's unbelievable that guido about the away wonder how klay guido what an amazing tamila zone of never fought before that was the amazing parts of me they've never fought and he looked incredible i mean and joa has joe lost a couple and a low arrojo's he has right two couple yes and leasing dockyard he he was he was a piece though i loved joe's one of my favorite fighters yeah he's guedi quake we took more of a beating by profit before he got mckay each a slap at around echoed his brother before you get to the skaters brother always like flex to share out of your is that thing it gives little little hope if their battle they met and i do that before the show said the other chinese respect letter from being naughty jolo's on three out of his last four wow splitdecision majority decision them that jim miller yeah jim miller and then he beat marching held and they lost the stevie right and to get late to fight was fast what are you wait rapper working places anybody i now auto though i love trading pipes up on caffeine oh my i had a to a month bulletproof coffee are are you you ready at your joe morgan shit no good stuff right is it down it doesn't joe morgan ever so let not your on your balcony of you have again a balcony in your in your in your disney hotel yeah i'm at the contemporary a hotel via the arizona hoped allrounder there because you should not be given what your hotel everybody will be.

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"jim miller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Yes and we'll be telling us who that his no come on not even a hint that he just you identify you'll see i come i can't be denied you know made people ask me if they ask you the following question which is the hint yeah yeah they don't ask for that early yeah okay but the asking a follow up with the hint anna they fellow colleagues of yours on siriusxm rushed 93 from time to time when you do uh some cohosting goods i don't even i would even get that hit who are you talking about nah i boop on my face all right we're trying to maybe but he's not going to give you the head goes go ahead it rhymes with nam skin go ahead mickey i'm i remember you saying after one of your postflight side talking about 155 is that still an option for yet and if it is would you could consider doing doing something like sam alvi did with the dan henderson revenge 280 going to a jim miller revenge to i know your your buddies with them um jim miller binge choi as my boy i would never uh i'll be going to get guide you bought yet yes yes i do i as i said okay go down and fight gales other away athletics here's the thing i i was thinking about fifty five when i initially called out date i i thought i was going to have to go down to get him you know what i mean that's all planning on.

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"jim miller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"All right ryan banana who do you like you know i i it when i first glance saturday nonpolish or jim miller this guy's been through war several times he's he's battered bruised he's been beat up his beat people up you know i think francisco chernov is gonna take it though i think he's i think he's just fighting a little bit of a wornout jim miller at this point i think at this have been a couple years ago i would have i would pick jim miller i think he's a bangor i like jim miller i like his elbows i love this fight with joe lows on that was just has a grave our house a great fighters absolute were told me to big fan of jim i was a big fan before but after that has like a while that being said i mean fights like that can really hurt your career and they can really take years off of your life and they can day can now psychologically they can get into those those your fight said people love to see and they love to say i love to be in a fight like devin when you're in a fight like that it's not as fine as it seems that being said i think those of kind of taking the the best jim miller a little bit chipped a little bit off of him and i'm gonna go with trinh aldo on this one i think he's got to reach both guys have really long arm have long reach for the size of interesting but i got rinaldo on this i think that uh his hometown he's going to pump him up i think he's going to be aggressive in its i think this is this is probably my pick for fighter the night if not the other fighters can i was was cheeto varenne john lineker netanyahu it's always a fight fight to i think i think those two between those two this is one of those two is gonna be fight the night i think these guys are going to go to war i think churn out owes gonna come out on top.

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"jim miller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Yeah i'd love to a i've i've i've trained people against jim miller and i'll tell you when you when you look at jim miller on ah as a fighter when you when he stepped into the cage he's got he's got the heart of a lion the guy never stops fighting he's got all the skills behind him his his jit's whose incredible that being said because his he he he relies mostly on the submission and he's got great submission game but he relies mostly on the submission i believe rinaldo has the ability to stop his submissions and to be able to strike with them and so i have to go with turnout o in this fight i also think trinh although he when you look at him on his on his victories and getting out there i mean he did he did lose that last one to kevin lee right but but kevin lee was looking really great that fight i mean i think kevin we had one of the fight of his life but i i think trinh all those going to be able to do it and inside of his home town i think jim miller kind of stepping into a little bit of fire over there all right let's go with goes next when i look at these two guys they look like two guys from different weight classes and i just feel like for jim miller to be successful igrek said he's got to get a hold of him and i think when he does turn tornadoes who's gonna shove them right off i mean the guys massive there's so much wear and tear on poor jim miller at this point that as rounds go by it's going to be even harder for him to to get his game plan to work so if if he's going to have any success it's going to be early but i think turn also has the experience to stay out of trouble and i think it's going to become a little bit a strong brawl and then i think turn also going to take over and possibly get a stoppage in spite.

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"jim miller" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"jim miller" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Previously conduct tony kornheiser shout as promised here is the magical receipt from trader joe's for one hundred twenty three dollars and forty five cents one 23 45 michael that's a that's that's a great little if you look at the list of items they purchase now what did they purchased with rare many kong carrots of many calling only trader joe's the name like how was it that we got it with carrots ghana that tony kornheiser show is on now all righty than we are live it's shatter we're going to do the show in water and we're going to do the open and then all of the segments we don't usually do that usually take gas we don't have the tape guest because we got guests live in the studio we have maury povich in the studio maury one of the owners of chatter looking suspiciously at the socialite in the back of the room wondering how we got into this as a first visit here jim miller is here jim miller under the phoney baloney name of james andrew miller rights bestselling books including the book about espn and so we we avoid because of my financial circumstance we avoid anything critical bettman espn we will talk to jim miller later in the show gene mcmanus's here michael kornheiser's here nigel is running the board we should begin i think we should begin with the anke game i think we should begin with a wildcard game and i would just read you i mean i don't usually do this i don't know adam kilgour athletic rate story adam ho lead just listen if you watched the game if you watch the game it's one of those circumstances where you barely sat down and the ball started flying out of the ballpark i'm literally the first batter so he writes.

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