5 Burst results for "Joanna Pass"

"joanna pass" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"joanna pass" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"When I started the show was kind of figuring I was trying to get my way of you know how we gonna do this with everything going on in the world and by today from all the guest we've had all the listeners all the colors we have met I feel awesome today I'm ready to go with Mike at Walter Reed and go watch him inspire all the rest of us I'm ready to run through a wall for somebody right now absolutely and I tell you what I do is in the CBS sports radio every once in awhile online and you guys have a great network I will say that thank you very much you're welcome I want to talk about speaking to young quarterbacks let's talk about Mitch Trubisky and dig holes in Chicago and it hit close to home here in Indianapolis Jacoby Brissett and Philip rivers I think that the bears and the colts did the right things getting to veterans in falls and rivers to be tutors for Trubisky and Brissette respectively present head Andrew luck as a tutor one lap was playing but I don't have it no he didn't they they have but but you know what the National Football League is changed like I said this last night night and I thought about it after the show that I talked about Steve Burke who everybody thinks was the the guru to help all these young quarterbacks get the job done so what Joe Montana was drafted by the forty Niners Steve Burke was there when Dan Marino was drafted by the dolphins Steve the Burke was there when John Elway was drafted by the Denver Broncos Steve Burke was there so Steve the bird was going to be kind of that that transition that mentor he really wasn't he was trying to fight for job as much as anybody else I am the baskets of people around the forty Niners that years later we got No Way it was the bird fighting for Java Joe Montana fighting for job Joe didn't get put into the fire right away because the bird was there but eventually Joanna passing him and taking that job away here's what's going to happen with the colts Philip rivers has got a one year deal twenty five million dollars he could still play I just think last year in with the Chargers and I live in San Diego so I'm not allowed to say Los Angeles Chargers I think last year the thing was just kind of a it was just kind of a roller coaster almost every game they played was an away game even though was in no way because they have more fans for the other team there were so many distractions it just didn't seem like they were ever to get things right I think Philip rivers can still play and I think the culture going to love them I wouldn't.

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"joanna pass" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"joanna pass" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"When I started the show was kind of figuring I was trying to get my way of you know how we gonna do this with everything going on in the world and by today from all the guest we've had all the listeners all the colors we have met I feel awesome today I'm ready to go with Mike at Walter Reed and go watch him inspire all the rest of us I'm ready to run through a wall for somebody right now absolutely and I tell you what I do is in the CBS sports radio every once in awhile online and you guys have a great network I will say that thank you very much you're welcome I want to talk about speaking to young quarterbacks let's talk about Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles in Chicago and it caused a home here in Indianapolis Jacoby Brissett and Philip rivers I think that the bears and the colts did the right things getting to veterans in falls and rivers to be tutors for Trubisky and Brissette respectively present head Andrew luck as a tutor one lap was polite but I don't have it no he didn't they the if but but you know what the National Football League is changed like I said this last night night and I thought about it after the show that I talked about Steve Burke who everybody thinks was the the guru to help all these young quarterbacks get the job done so what Joe Montana was drafted by the forty Niners Steve the Burke was there when Dan Marino was drafted by the dolphins Steve the Burke was there when John Elway was drafted by the Denver Broncos Steve the bird was there so Steve DeBerg was going to be kind of that that transition that mentor he really wasn't he was trying to fight for job as much as anybody else I am the baskets of people around the forty Niners that years later they go no way it was the bird fighting for Java Joe Montana fighting for job Joe didn't get put into the fire right away because the bird was there but eventually Joanna passing him a taking that job away here's what's going to happen with the colts Philip rivers is got a one year deal twenty five million dollars he could still play I just think last year in with the Chargers and I live in San Diego so I'm not allowed to say Los Angeles Chargers I think last year the thing was just kind of it was just kind of a roller coaster almost every game they played was an away game even though was in no way because they have more fans for the other team there were so many distractions it just didn't seem like they were ever to get things right I think Philip rivers could still play and I think the culture going to love them I wouldn't be surprised if halfway through the season.

"joanna pass" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"joanna pass" Discussed on Venture Stories

"No insurance companies, no hospitals, you build everything from the ground up and you get the patients to pay directly for the service. So there is no pun dilution of incentives where the money's coming from someone other than the person receiving care. You can build a really pure and profitable business doing that. But I think he ended up serving the patients to release need appel. Right? You you end up serving people who are overall very wealthy inhabitant of access or ready, and it's not to say that that isn't meaningful in doesn't change lives at does, but it's very different type of meaning than serving a patient who has three dogs for kids and two different chronic disorders, and it's just desperately struggling to make ends meet. And I think if it's important to you to serve the most vulnerable patients in society, you inevitably have to get in the weeds and deeply integrate with the rest of the healthcare system. Exactly because of the relationships and entrench beacons in these communities that referred to earlier. Let's pretend that we us three. We're starting a fund solely focused on investing broadly in place Joe, starting with you unless you're in charge, Joe would be or what frameworks would use to either filter opportunities to recommend, like, say, entrepreneurs, here's what you're what you're looking for, get with. What types of things would you want invest in. Yeah. So at the end of the day, you basically have, I'm basically stealing advice directly from j. saw, I'll keep a chore. You basically have two camps. You've got people fighting to get patients into the hospitals and making their money by driving complexity in volume as about earlier. And then you have the community which is fighting to keep people out of the hospital. And as it stands today, the group of organizations that are deeply invested in getting patients into the hospital is still much larger represents a much bigger slice of the pie in healthcare. But over time I think the segment that is dedicated to keeping patients out of the hospital on in their homes is going to be growing rapidly. And so both from a sort of hidden diamond perspective of, I think where the big opportunity is are where the growth is going to be. And also from the perspective of sort of doing the right thing and finding work meaningful, Ebeling type of innovation healthcare that that really changes lives. I would be focused on using that. That filter as as a first order set of Jesus for what the fund should be investing in. Right? Is this no organization which is fundamentally dedicated to keeping patients out of the hospital, Jay? How about you? Yeah, that's interesting. Offer three, three possible organizing frameworks. In addition to what Joe said as a as a layer on one is healthcare at the very top level of bending, three trillion dollars. The goal is to spend less and get more. It's not like ecommerce or ridesharing necessarily. It's not a category overall that we're trying to grow like there's institutional logic to try to or institutional sort of pressures to try to actually make it less for more sorta thing that the the analog that I can think of is like advertise, like Bennelong advertising, let's quote more yield per dollar of advertising so that that to me needs to be under pending of of of the, you know. No broad our ally, and you can grow sub segments within healthcare. And this the Joe's point, which is, you know, some big huge, you know, non hospital care in service of reducing expensive, costly care that otherwise ways, you know, as a as a as a broad framework that's kind of point one, it's like the industry overall contracting. So the opportunity is to drive that path to to move that path along faster. The second say is, and I've, I've mentioned Joanna passes in healthcare there is, you know, two ways to build a big business. One is small p. kinds really big to the other is very big p time, small few..

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"joanna pass" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"joanna pass" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"To flourish during the interstate thirty five project I go, I'll say this. Everyone, awake. Oh, seems like they have a heart of gold. Like every time I watched the show every. You know, like I read, I was reading about this. You had quotes from like the mayor. You had quotes from city council. You had, you know, chip and Joanna pass, and everyone in Waco seems like the best people ever and not only that you can find the best house or the worst house in the best neighborhood for really cheap. Eighty dollars for house. Like basically it's basically a big Mayberry is the impression I get Waco giant. I don't even know that it's a big Mayberry. I think it's just a Mayberry. It has like Baylor there. So I mean, you know, as a major university Marion Barry, not have a college? No. Mayberry was off the main road. They made. Disa- building and that hell the jail, Sal. It was one this little building that was a police station and a tiny jail cell peop- for people who had been. Let me try to say this delicately they're writing session had run. They really played up the humor of alcoholism jail cell. All the good qualities of the show. They did play a crippling. Alcoholism. Good joke. Like what in jail cell and let's make fun of him while he says absurd, I'm gonna hear this parish. The good people of Mayberry. You get the impression that maybe higher education wasn't a huge priority and that said. Outside of Andy, I feel like the after him the intellect general intellectual Maluku really takes nosedive. That's true. Andy kind of holds together and then, yeah, if you were to move him from the equation, like I feel like I feel like that that may berry was one sheriff, you know, not being around to devolve into Lord of the flies where everyone sustain themselves on, you know, knife-fights and Kane fishing like that was the only way they could survive and whistling contests, which. We weren't allowed to watch TV in my house growing up. You'll know this that we didn't want Thursday. Yeah, there was no TV, except when dad got home from work. He wanted to watch the Andy Griffith show. So I have seen every episode because it was the only TV show. I was allowed to watch Monday through Thursday and my house all grown up. We got to watch one episode afterward, but before dinner, it's very wholesome show. I learned a lot about sufficient other than the crippling alcoholism thing is still holds as rippling out. There's the, I watch it still. I mean, throw it on my life. I'm written a lot of books about it around him. Thanks to it. Alcohol is little still still get a kit, like never whenever I stop stop and think about that being little Ron Howard, my mind is just exploded right? What a wonderful universe, like just an incredible life that we always more surprised about the happy days. Ron Howard, then I am the Andy Griffith wrong Harley. Your mind? I mean, think about think about that. I mean, honestly, what other person has been involved in as much influential. Television series right and movies. And I mean, run her nerve to the Star Wars movie like he's been everywhere is not is stumped all over the entirety of American pop culture. I think about like Steve curve sometimes caring about how he was like on the best bull steam the best, the best bursting. And now. On the coaches, the best wizar- same and like wizards warriors seems and it's like, who else could have this like this career that spans all these different teams and all these roles feel like Ron Howard occupies that for TV and movies like he's literally since he was..

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"joanna pass" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"joanna pass" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Amazing cake jc welcome back to another episode of reality life with casey hope you guys have been having a great week will the great things about reality shows is that when you're watching them you're bound to find someone who reminds you of someone within your own life when i used to watch the real housewives of orange county first season i was always struck by how much matt keough husband of jeana keough reminded me of my own stepfather joe now if you don't remember makio was the former baseball player who had a brain injury apparently in nineteen ninety two he was nearly killed when he was hit in the head by a line drive while sitting in the dugout during an anaheim angels exhibition game spring training in arizona and his family is said he was never the same afterwards he was always in the background and scenes he wouldn't say much just kind of would walk into a room complain walk out and you could tell that the kids were always really uncomfortable around him walking on eggshells now i had a stepfather who is very much the same my mom got remarried to an older man named joe i think i was like three years old in fact my mom would tell the story that they got married at the courthouse and i grabbed onto her leg during the ceremony and screamed something along the lines of please don't do it something like that which you know i'm not saying that i was a gifted child but i was a gifted child so he was a propane salesman he would leave the crack of dawn and sell propane to developers always on a work site and always selling some sort of natural gas he had two kids from respert's marriage who are much older than us their names were roseanne i'm not kidding you and joey joanna passing away he committed suicide and roseanne she's probably still alive she had like a body full of tattoos and may or may not have been on drugs and he always had wild stories.

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