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Coke and Pepsi Wont Advertise on the SuperBowl--But Pepsi Is Winning

Business Wars Daily

03:22 min | 6 months ago

Coke and Pepsi Wont Advertise on the SuperBowl--But Pepsi Is Winning

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Worst daily on this tuesday february second. It's hard to find a whole lot of good to say about twenty twenty but at least there was football and after a season of twists turns and mask wearing the kansas city chiefs will face off against the tampa. Bay buccaneers this sunday in super bowl. Fifty five those who watch the game for football will enjoy an epic matchup between two familiar faces. The chiefs patrick mahomes versus the bucks. Tom brady but those who watch for the ads. Well they'll be missing a couple of familiar. Wins namely coke and pepsi. The cola giants flagship brands are typically all stars in the big games at lineup. And they've given us some of the most memorable moments in super bowl advertising history who can forget when an injured mean. Joe greene tossed his jersey to the young fan. Who offered him a coke. More when cindy crawford stop for a co pepsi with two young onlookers nearby great new pepsi can on introducing a whole new way to look at pepsi and diet pepsi beautiful but not this year coke announced earlier this month that it would be sitting out the super bowl. The company called it a quote difficult choice and said it had to quote ensure we are investing in the right resources during these unprecedented times. Variety reported the pandemic has been hard on coke especially since half of its sales come from stadiums movie theaters and other venues at have largely been closed since the pandemic began the company announced layoffs in december according to the associated press pepsi is also taking a pass on standalone ads for its cola brand but for an entirely different reason. The company is focused on its halftime show. Sponsorship this year marks a decade since the cola company started sponsoring the much anticipated event. It marked the milestone by the sponsorship into a national ad campaign just buying spots during other games and shows and add week. Report says it's worth noting that pepsico will have ads for some of its other brands like gatorade. The pepsi campaign features pop singer the weekend. Who is also the star of this year's halftime show the sixty seconds spot that kicked off the campaign aired during one of the nfl. Wild card games pepsi also has made some super bowl themed packaging changes to reflect its sponsorship. A report in age says at pepsi is also pledging twenty million dollars for projects that allow consumers to quote refresh their communities. The report said the company is worried that a splashy super bowl ad might not be in keeping with that socially responsible image with reported tag of more than five million dollars for a thirty second spot. You can hardly blame them especially because

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Kevin Durant Delivered Pizza To Two Young Fans At A Minnesota Hotel

Jalen and Jacoby

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Kevin Durant Delivered Pizza To Two Young Fans At A Minnesota Hotel

"We talk about. Kevin Durant lot in this show. And usually it's about what he's gonna do in free agency is you're gonna stay with the warriors is gonna come to the Knicks. He's scored thirty points. He's got a burner accounts. But I wanna shed some light on the man that Kevin Durant is because let's take a look at what. Kevin Durant was up to recently. He was staying at a hotel. He was in an elevator with someone who's a father of young children. What's like myself, and they had a quick conversation. And then Kevin Durant went to the gentleman's room and brought pizza for his kids. So the staying in the hotel they're out of town, those there's at least two kids there. Kevin durant? Former MVP two-time finals MVP showed up to the room while they're watching basketball with pizza for the children and gave them pounds big shot to Kim Moran for doing. The otas reminds me of something the Jalen rose would do. I always clown. You on the show you're always buying food for the staff. You're always being nice. That's one set some light on the bright side of Kevin allowances mean, Joe Greene, Pepsi commercial moment. It was it would be happy kept raising stuff on my house. It bring us anytime.

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"joe greene" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For you. Now what it doesn't do as make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person in the group that you're talking to see text in his place. It says you remove the message. That's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe wanna join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe Greene main? Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies. Not exactly that. Joe green? All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created face smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was before were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene. King. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remembered that I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start Facebook. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Okay. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe? Greene tells Mark Zuckerberg. Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes, he would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say, I don't know. Maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in two thousand eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, right, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy, man. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry used slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like it. We had it here in the office for like two weeks, and I want to trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch, glitch, a glitch. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. What year? Do you think that Craigslist actually started? I dunno like mid two thousands. You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name in one thousand nine hundred ninety five he was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right for a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen, Shane Chan, no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during MRs for. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And not Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're hover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He could manufacture. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas angle Bart now that name just spews success. When do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. Close the computer mouse. What? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first mouse, you know, what he called it a position indicator for a display system. Now, that's way catchier than a mouse. That's back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when they mouse actually started taking off. But guess what he didn't make any money either as patent expired. What? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior has done. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the? Two thousand I know nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now, did he tell me teddy LED made some money? Well, sadly com more Nick did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And a so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. Couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I got to write it down and mail it to myself television show trademark. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do it. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea if anybody listening has a product idea that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring them to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one notch. Joe greene. No port. Joe? I write my work week is hectic between running.

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"joe greene" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"For you. Now what it doesn't do as make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it. The person was a group that you're talking to see text and his place that says you remove the message. That's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in. But that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe Greene main? Joe green from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies. Not exactly that show green. All right. The no before Mark Zuckerberg created a smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was before we were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remember, I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face. Fuck. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. So Joe Greene's hells, Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you alternately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes. That is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in two thousand eleven and he came up with this crazy idea a VR, affordable headset, bright, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry you slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like and we had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I mean, I don't want to trash slack online. 'cause I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were going to use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course, you don't. What do you think that Craigslist actually started mid-2000s? You're right. I mean, you know, in the early two thousand Craig Newmark is the guy's name in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer, he's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution lists. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think they've Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right. A couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story that Shane Chan no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented a hover board. Like the one that we that blew up during for. Okay. Okay. But what happened with shame Chan is that he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And now Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on kickstart, did it Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones he can manufacture. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the overboard, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. When do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. Close the computer mouse. What? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first. Now, she what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now that's way catchier than amounts back in nineteen sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off, but guess what? If you make any money either his patent expired what? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Oh, okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light. Now. What year do you think he invented the two thousand nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now, tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com online Nick did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always seem television trademarks. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do it. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea if anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of you know, it's kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one not Joe Greene. No porch. Oh, I write my work week is.

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"joe greene" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person's group that you're talking to see text in his place. It says you remove the message. That's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from San so now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in. But that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time, or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard? A Joe green means Joe green from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventy s not exactly that show green. All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created a smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was before we were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remember that. I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start Facebook. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home talk to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's hells, Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you alternately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes. That is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, right? Okay. He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green did calmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says, it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So there's worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry use slack. Unfortunately. Yes. What I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like it. We had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want to. Trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. You don't year? Do you think that Craigslist actually started mid-2000s? You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craig's list as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think they've Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right before a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about Shane Chan, no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented a hover board. Like the one that we that blew up during this is. Okay. Okay. But what happened with shame Chan is that, you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And now Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it Kickstarter campaign and the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy business because they're hover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He can manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas angle Bart now that name just spews success. What do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. Silly close the computer mouse what? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first mouse, you what he called it a position indicator for he displaced. Now that's way catch your bounce back in nineteen sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off. But guess what? If you make any money either as patent expired what? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED? Two thousand. I dunno nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out now. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com. Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new now or not true. Right. And a so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always seen television trademarks. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. But don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no. No, no. You know, seriously? We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do. The commando innovation labs. And we're we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring into market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one not Joe Greene. No porch. I write my work week.

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"joe greene" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person in the group that you're talking to see text in his place and says he removed the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kid at that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard? Joe Greene mean Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies. Not exactly that. Joe green? All right. The no before Mark Zuckerberg created based mash with his friend. Joe greene. We were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. Okay. He was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had decide which one was hot in which was not. I remember I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face. Fuck. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's tells Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes, he would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you alternately make the decision. I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Calmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, bright, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook or two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says, it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So there's more out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared. Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry is slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't give slack. I don't understand. Why everybody loves it? I tried. I did not like, and we had it here in the office for like two weeks, and I don't want to trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me, and my jeans to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, they've never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they develop this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were going to use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never here used Craigslist. Of course, you don't wait year. Do you think that Craigslist actually started? I don't know like mid-2000s. You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution lists. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seeing a lot of people think they've Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing. All right. A couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about shame. Chan. It's a fascinating story. Shane Hsien invented the hover board. Like the one that we that blew up during guests, MRs for okay? Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And not Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter did Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones he can manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flocked just didn't work like millions of people purchase the overboard, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. What do you think Douglas inventor angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard, no. Close the computer mouse. What? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him. Well, the patent for the first she what he called it a position indicator for a display system. Now, that's way catchier than a mouse back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off against what did you make any money either as patent expired what he made no many. How can that? Every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light. Now. What year do you think he invented the? Two thousand I hundred sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. In. He says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly, com wine Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? S he died poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story. You always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new or non true, right? And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. Yeah. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always seem television trademark. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp of. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. And we'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one now, Joe Greene porch. Oh,.

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"joe greene" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Used Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to send a message, especially when it was late at night. And we had a few cocktails when you thought gosh, only I could bring it back. Well, now, you can here's how it works out. The message you want to disappear and you get to options removed for everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it. The person person's a group that you're talking to see text in his place and says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kid at that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe Greene main? Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventy s not exactly that Joe green. All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created as smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was we were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remember that. I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe grew. Well, Joe Greene was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face off. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father. His father's page. Oh, you're at Harvard cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which one to put all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's hells, Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see evasion pass the mashed potatoes. That is unforgivable. That just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in two thousand eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of eight VR, affordable headset, bright. Is eighteen years old? He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So there's more doubt. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies not worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry you slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves to I tried. I did not like and we had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want him trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, they've never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they call slack because they were going to use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. You don't wait. You're do you think that Craigslist actually start mid-2000s? You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer, he's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually leap started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not too shabby. He's doing all right. A couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen, Shane Chan. It's a fascinating story. Shane chen. Invented a hover report like the one that we that blew up during this is. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And not Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it kicks campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He can manufacture. Yes. And so his original one just flocked is just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas angle Bart that name just spews success. Douglas, invented angle. Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. What's silly close? The computer mouse what? Yes, yes. They computer pioneer. They're calling him the patent for the first mouse what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now, that's way. Catch your bounce back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off, but guess what he didn't make any money either as patent expired. What? He made no many every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously know his father, but I don't know what junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light. Now. What year do you think he invented the A? Two thousand. I dunno nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now us tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com. Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas, you know, and we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product the toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind in market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an infection. Right. You need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail it to myself. I always television. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do the commando innovation labs and we're on the cusp. So if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring into market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of it's kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one now. Joe greene. No poor. Joe I write my work week is hectic between running a business doing a radio show..

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"joe greene" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Weather. You radio. Alexa, play eleven ninety K acts on iheartradio. All right. If you used Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to when you send a message, especially when it was late at night, and we had a few cocktails. Shovels only I could bring it back. Well, now, you can here's how it works out. The message you want to disappear and you get to remove for everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do as make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person in the group that you're talking to see text and his place that says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe green means Joe green from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies? Not exactly that. Joe green? All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created as smash with his friend Joe Greene face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene came. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remembered that I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe Greene. Well, Joe Greene was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe Greene and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start Facebook. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe? Greene tells Mark Zuckerberg. Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad. Didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, right, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry used slack. Unfortunately. Yes. What I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like and we had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want to trash. Slack online because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me, and my jeans to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're right glitch heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. You don't what year? Do you think that Craigslist actually start? I don't like mid-2000s. You're right. I mean, you know, in the early two thousand Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right for a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about Shane Chan, no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during this is for. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chen? Is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist and Craigslist Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do. With a lotta stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're hover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist done. Not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. When do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard silly, close the computer mouse what? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first. Now, she what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now, that's way catchier than mouse back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off. But guess what? If you make any money either his patent expired what? He made no many every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know junior has done. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Oh, okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED? Two thousand. I dunno nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's lightbulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com Nick did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. You know, and we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always television show trademark. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no. No, no. You know, seriously? We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah upstairs, she really wants to do it. The commando innovation labs. And we're we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of you know, it's of harsh don't you think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go. Just one not Joe green. Joe I write my work week.

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"joe greene" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do as make like a sent message never happened? Once you delete it the person group that you're talking to see text in his place that says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from San Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in. But that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe Greene main Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventy s not exactly that show green. All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created a smash with his friend. Joe Greene were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene. K now it was a prank website had to pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had decided which one was hot in which one was not remembered that I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe Greene. And said, hey, listen, I'm gonna start Facebook. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home talk to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which to put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's house, Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad. Didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you all to make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of eight VR, affordable headset, bright. Okay. He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says, it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry is slack. Unfortunately. Yes. When I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like it. We had it here in the office for like two weeks, and I don't want to trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch, glitch, glitch. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play video game glitch, never K. Erie used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. What year? Do you think that Craigslist actually started rolling mid-2000s? You're right. I mean, you know, in the early two thousand Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think they've Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right before a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about Shane. No. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during this is. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And not Craigslist Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter didn't kick start campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He could manufacture. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the board? And he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas angle Bart now that name just spews success. What do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard, no. Close the computer mouse. What? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him. Well, the patent for the first mouse, you know, what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now that's way catchier than bounce back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when they mouse actually started taking off. But guess what? If you make any money either is patent expired. What? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Not. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know junior has done. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED? Two thousand nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's lightbulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com maw Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas, you know, and we used to do that segment brand new now or not true, right? So often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail it to myself, I've always seen television trademark something. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. You don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do it. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product idea that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of you know, it's of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one now. Joe greene. 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"joe greene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Got Jack Lambert Andy Russell, Jack ham. I got a couple hall of famers air. I got mean, Joe Greene. And l c Greenwood Ernie Ernie Holmes. Smell blunts back their main God that that Steeler defense. Let me put some respect like Birdman would say on the Steelers steel curtain defense. Well, it's the fun part of all this is something actually I wanted to get into with, you know, beginning here's the fun part of the Super Bowl in the history of it is the the greatness that we're able to compare and contrast and Brady and Montana and all that stuff. But I wanna lead to something that I don't think I don't know man, I've been right in the middle of it. And so maybe I've just damore immune to it. Like our sought the bulls with Michael Scottie, and then, you know, Rodman one addition Horace Grant, the other addition stuff and the Showtime Lakers, and then even the bird Celtics will make those are just the pantheon teams. Rod. I don't know if anybody's better than these warriors. I really don't let me Steph clay Draymond Durant and DeMarcus cousins bringing Sean and Andrei McKinney. Repco Quinn, cook looney a main man, I I just I don't know, man. We might be watching. This might be the best team that's ever played. They are going to win. At least sixty games, I think so possibly more. Now, they will not get to seventy three. Now that will not happen. But the difference between the seventy three win team. And this one is that this quad barring injury is going to win a championship. If this warriors squad win sixty plus games, high sixties, especially and they have a playoffs as the warriors had in two thousand seventeen where they lost how many games although in sixteen and one. Yeah, if they have that type of postseason, but say probably won't because the league is better than that. But if they have if they have a let's say a fourteen when postseason K coupled with a mid sixties high sixties regular season win total then this warrior team in terms of. Accomplishments regular season postseason. This warriors squad is better than the Seventy-three windy. Yeah. You know, you start to stack it up, and it's like, what Tiger Woods you want to wait to see it all done because you never know which direction it could go into. But if they win three in a row and four out of five and given the guys are at and there is a certain level of dominance attached to play off dominates. I think if they go through. The first two rounds in only drop. Two to three games came then they get to the west finals and they win in six and they get to the finals and they win in six. I think there is obviously as I got deeper into this this hypothetical yet, very real playoff run for the warriors. Is I got deeper into it west finals in the NBA finals, assuming the competition is going to be stiffer. I'm fording the potential competitors in the western finals for the warriors in the NBA finals. I'm forgetting them the respect and saying that that's going to be a six game series. I think that would be fair to say again for this hypothetical opponent. But if you rip through the first two rounds, and you are are steady and Representative of yourself and your season in the conference finals in the NBA finals coming off of a potential sixty five sixty eight win season with the way. These warriors are currently constructed. You're talking about a season of dominance in. And obviously, you know, the warriors head their issues. The beginning of the season leading up to say it all came to a head on Christmas day, but what they're doing right now. And if this current pace keeps up I mean, you just it's it's hard to say that this squad is not doing something that is almost unprecedented. Yeah. I think the the the deal with DeMarcus is where I'm kind getting at now because it's just and I like where you said that postseason dominance will factor into how you look at legacy down part of it. It's always going to be that way. But it's like, you know, I was like, okay, Michael and Scottie f the deal was Steph and clay. All right. You know, Michael, Jordan, Scottie, Pippen like, whoa. That's pretty amazing. But then Rodman and Draymond green. Cancel themselves out. Okay. That's that's fine. Blessedly in very hilarious fashion. But Durant versus Tony Cuco or whatever. And or DeMarcus cousins versus Bill Wennington owned Bill Cartwright. Like, that's where the warriors. And then okay. The bulls are bringing Ron Harper and other guys have guys like Paxton incurred, depending on which addition of but I'm bringing Livingston and IGA Dala. The warriors are having more guys who can do more things. They didn't have this at the beginning of the season with the warriors were relying on just their their right overwhelming, offense and. Their prowess in a last year. It was again just their overwhelming talents and their ability to to score at will and to play championship defense when they need to. But what the warriors have right now with the addition of DeMarcus cousins and the way that everybody else is playing off that everybody's neatly fitting into roles, they are uniquely qualified for you. Now have a warrior team just like previous iterations that have won championships. They've got more dudes who can do more things. That's just all it boils down to no one else can match that. And they just they're so deep right now. I mean, that's the Kvant looney is a damn good player and shot and Andrei interrupt co in McKinney. It's just like. God they got everything right now. And and they're starting to five all stars. I mean, it really they I thought they had a ten game winning streak in them at some point this season because they do whatever year you only team to do at six years in a row now. But I did not see it when they were going to have sixteen of seventeen days on the road. You don't call the road and went eleven and. What what are you? Are you kidding me? I know one guy who knew. God damn you're looking at him. I told you I told you this was the point where they were going to match the gas. Yeah. Before they got DeMarcus cousins once they beat Dallas and Denver. In the middle of the street, which is out eleven games that let me know that the warriors were on one. There's no doubt my mind that it was going to happen as it is happening right now, and it will continue. Yeah. It's it's super fun to watch. We're enjoying the hell out of it. And. Man, this is and now, you know, bring on and and Philly bring on LeBron bring on San Antonio. Here we go let's line them up. Let's go. Listen. I do wanna shout out one guy because the way it went down for him a few days ago in LA would Steve Kerr wasn't a good look for him at all. And we talked about this yesterday prior to the warriors eventual beating of the Pacers by thirty two points is that we wanted to see Jordan bell have his moment like jail McGee head is moment last year in Utah. And the numbers aren't the same. Because jail was was was just eight-plus. Excellent that day, but that was the opportunity for jail to save a season. And he did going out there playing his game stand on the floor and the rest is history. Joined bell had that moment last night and the way in the way, he planned the way because he played the way he supposed. Hanging around the rim being being an energy guy blocking shots finishing around the rim. When you get those opportunities. I just wanted. I just want to name check it because I was unbelievable last night DeMarcus cousins just sending shockwaves through the league with how he is quickly integrated with the warriors, and and you mentioned dollar and Livingston at how fresh and bouncy. They look but in the season where you kind of have these these stories these narratives, shutout, Jordan bell. He had that he couldn't miss up last night. And he took full advantage of it. And almost nineteen minutes. Four five from the field. Yep. Three. I'm sorry. Five rebounds, three of them. Offensive..

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"joe greene" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Sports commercial ever. And I want to tell you a story continuing with our dolphins talk that we did not do in the first segment that three now the dolphins are three. And now although I think there are many to one teams that are better than they are, but still they're three and and they play the patriots and the patriots decline is inevitable for the last ten years and never has actually happened. But if the dolphins win this coming weekend against the patriots, they will be three and a half up in the division after four games. And I don't think it's something that's ever happened in the Tom Brady era. But mean Joe Greene there two times in the history of the Miami Dolphins. That have been the scariest fight that people have seen. And mean, Joe Greene finishes. Second place on this list of in the history of the Miami Dolphins. People terrified about what's happening during a fight. One was when Tim Bowens went after mean Joe Greene as an assistant coach. And I think Jason Taylor described it as watching King Kong fighting Godzilla like that. EV even hall. The hall of Famer out there is like good God. These people are scary, what everyone getaway. That's second. I is Darrel Gardner look him up on the internet. Everybody was little afraid of Daryl gardener. I think he's now a professional bodybuilder. He had like five percent body fat and was three hundred thirty pounds. He take hundred pound dumbbells on the road, make the trainers take him. So he can do stuff in his hotel room with hundred pound dumbbell crazy person and OJ mcduffie the kind of possession receiver that you do not leap with an OJ mcduffie I. I have this right, and I want to be careful can can you look up for me whether it's public knowledge at all, Chris, that what I'm about to say here that OJ mcduffie went out to his car because he was so mad at a Daryl gardener to get a weapon. And j mcduffie was not someone to be trifled with, but Daryl gardener had one hundred pounds on him. He also had that steam coming out of his head, Derek try dealt with the most timid. Anything about Sarah Gordon Otis is strong steam has when Otis is strong plate for the raiders and he had that bald head and he play in the Senate, looked like a skull was breathing, and it was breathing something that's exactly right. Daryl gardener man to Gardner looked like something that would be in Star Trek that that would be the monster in Star Trek that you found on another planet with steam coming off at Ted. We have a sound bite from OJ mcduffie telling the story as a part of the five reasons sports policies. Thank you. I'm grateful that that was out there so, but how detailed is the story? Does he say what the weapon was that he went to his car to get? Well, let's find out together. This is I think, two thousand one in August. We're in training camp here. We're trying to get in shape you ready for that first game of the season and look up and do gardeners taking out of practice out of the drill. Tapping out. I'm like, there was going, oh, man. He's like juice like this man. Get back on the field. Like Darrow man, nothing walking towards me at this point. I'm like, like what are you going to do? And I was thinking to myself. All right. I'm the one that's popping off right here, but I know is for the betterment of the teen and it's definitely better for him because nobody said a word to him when he checked out. Yeah. So meanwhile he's making his way towards me. What am I going to do? I'm groman much alpha males out here. I'm not going to run from this do yeah. So I stood my ground..

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"joe greene" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Sports commercial ever. And I want to tell you a story continuing with our dolphins talk that we did not do in the first segment that three now the dolphins are three. Now, although I think there are many to in one teams that are better than they are, but still there three zero and they play the patriots and the patriots decline is inevitable for the last ten years and never has actually happened. But if the dolphins win this coming weekend against the patriots, they will be three and a half up in the division after four games. And I don't think it's something that's ever happened in the Tom Brady era. But mean Joe Greene there two times in the history of the Miami Dolphins. That have been the scariest fight that people have seen. And mean, Joe Greene finishes. Second place on this list of in the history of the Miami Dolphins. People terrified about what's happening during a fight. One was when Tim Bowens went after mean Joe Greene as an assistant coach. And I think Jason Taylor described it as watching King Kong fighting Godzilla like that. EV even hall. The hall of Famer out there is like good God. These people are scary what everyone getaway. That second I is Darrel Gardner look him up on the internet. Everybody was a little afraid of Daryl gardener. I think he's now a professional bodybuilder. He had like five percent body fat and was three hundred thirty pounds. He take hundred pound dumbbells on the road, make the trainers take him. So he can do stuff in his hotel room with hundred pound dumbbell crazy person and OJ mcduffie the kind of possession receiver that you do not leap with an OJ mcduffie I. I have this right, and I, I want to be careful can can you look up for me whether it's public knowledge at all, Chris, that what I'm about to say here that OJ mcduffie went out to his car because he was so mad at a Daryl gardener to get a weapon. And OJ mcduffie was not someone to be trifled with, but Daryl gardener had one hundred pounds on him. He also had that steam coming out of his head, Derek. Darryl was the most timid. Anything about Sarah Gordon? It's like Otis is strong steam as when Otis strung played for the raiders and he had that bald head and he play in the Senate, looked like a skull was breathing, and it was breathing something that's exactly right. Daryl gardener man to Gardner looked like something that would be in Star Trek. That would be the monster and Star Trek that you found on another planet with steam coming off at ten. We have a sound bite from OJ mcduffie telling the story as part of the five reasons, sports podcasts. Thank you. I'm grateful that that was out there so, but how detailed is the story? Does he say what the weapon was that he went to his car to get? Well, let's find out together. This is I think, two thousand one and August. We're in training camp here. We're trying to get in shape you ready for that first game of the season and look up and do gardeners taking himself out of practice out of out of the drill. Tapping out. I'm like there what's going on. Man. He's like juice like this. This man get back on the field. You know, like Darrell man not seen walking towards me at this point. I'm like, like what are you going to do? And I was thinking to myself. All right. I'm the one that's popping off right here, but I know is for the betterment of the teen and it's definitely better for him because nobody said a word they him when he checked out..

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"joe greene" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Incredible you, know Terry Bradshaw doesn't get as much credit as he deserves. Back then he was hated when he first kind of Pittsburgh You know, they didn't like him at all and he came through in. Flying colors mean Joe Greene Jack you know Jack Lambert I mean Joe Greene. Almost every August at the hall. Of fame there's no goose. Great. It looks like he can give you a few snaps. Secret probably, still knocking people right now I. Mean to still curtain absolutely Marshall Faulk could tell me, the, story all, the time That when mean Joe Greene was coaching for the Arizona Cardinals one, particular game the cardinals are just all over the Rams. Screaming and yelling, and given, Marshall all sorts. Of grief, right and, he just ripped one off scored a touchdown, and he goes right. Back to the sidelines starts barking at all the cardinals players. And he realized he he saw. Means you'll green amidst all. The. People walking he goes back he goes not you missed He. Was always Green You bet Guy was tough. For real I know they'll all those. Guys were what do you think about what's going on with love EON bell, right. Now Antoine I hope the Steelers can find a way to make them. Whole me he wants to get paid as a receiver and, running back but he's. Worth it I think, the Steelers lead them The franchise needs them They can make him happy so that they can get on to. Win, the Super, Bowl well I mean. They don't strike me the Steelers is the, team that's, gonna, break. You know precedence right and start paying a running back like a slot receiver slash pain to, positions in one guy they don't strike me as that team is. Going to do something I think the Steelers are they. Stick to the tradition they, stick to their word either roll with. It or you don't they're going. To win either way. You'll find a way but I, think in this case the world has changed. A little bit guys oblivion belt belts don't. Come around every day eight don't so know you have to bend the rules. A little bit Brian I. Don't think it hurt I love. Tomlin, by the way I I don't. Understand why Steelers, fan sometimes, they just you, know because obviously they they've only won. Once. Under Mike Tomlin right I mean a championship obviously win. Every. Year on Tomlin right, and I, just see you know we'd love. Wants to get paid the way wants, to get paid, Antonio Brown business booms but sometimes it, comes at a little A price off Big Ben is got. His own set of issues and Tom I. Always say that there's an iceberg and we see the tip and the rest. Of it is what Tomlin. Handles in Pittsburgh he's unmovable object. Tomlin, any solid as Iran Pittsburgh fans. Are tough right, there some, of the toughest, fans and around there's a tradition of. Winning. If you don't want to Super Bowl and you didn't. Win. And Tomlin gets sometime, a bad, rap about that but I think. That the who am I to say, but I think. The higher power you're Antoine few court A directed a decorated director exactly, in Hollywood yes sir the Pittsburgh, yeah I'm just Antoine You're. Not a. Hollywood, elite when you Please go back to Pittsburgh and my family tree the same as. Always. And everybody else as they should right but I think, that the the, powers that, the company the. Rooney's the, you know they're great people I mean I got to meet him once when. I did a movie with Kate shooter she, was, in my. Phone. And I got yeah that's, right, okay and kind as people. Ever man they really are sweet people I just think the world has, changed a bit in place of tradition and we may have been a little bit to to to bring us back to where we want to be and Levy on might be started that I don't think. That's going to happen in my. Fantasy I don't wanna see them go I think that they're so young guys man you gotta you gotta give them a little bit of what they want what if you're casting for film Antoine few feucu and the best person for the..

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"joe greene" Discussed on Stick to Football

Stick to Football

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Stick to Football

"On my list and also the hall of fame remember when you saw him in person the first time and you're like hey hey i think mean joe greene sitting by you don't look i'm pretty sure that's mean joe greene and it was a was seventy six orlando pace the best left tackle i've ever seen i remember being very young kids and talking to friends about the nfl draft and you being like orlando pace it's going to be the first pick in the draft and people hating on it you probably what twelve or something like a tackle doesn't go first overall well yes he does anyone onto before the best tackles of all time great pick going to go with another dominant offensive lineman i went with my man crush that's not how long will hernandez yeah if you can fight damon her center training camp you'd get a hat tip from us he went with prison rules i'm gonna find the gaga's motherfucker on this field and then i'm gonna go out and then david harrison almost hit him in the face with the helmet you saw the video he almost got hit in the face with a swung helmet that i would love to see that fight when we get bumfights going i will hernandez does not he's rich man now but may we just get him can can you imagine though or even if they go bull in the ring i don't even know if that's still a thing but those two cba probably eliminated that but a student great it'd be great like the program they're like a lot number two the jungle dominance shedding you keep going i seventy seven willie wrote best right tackle for a long time in football saints chiefs he doesn't stents can't city chief yeah you're even better than mine i mean good with the best left tackle probably in football still tyron smith because i got to think for those cowboys offense of lineman do you remember when jane slater from nfl network did the reporter his injury and she said he had it was he had a slipped disc in his back and she said he had a slipped dickens back that'll put out a few weeks i'll guarantee was any was so that's my never it was so funny i rewound it on my direct tv and was like nope this is going online this is so good i thought video capture seventy eight to the greatest players to ever play football i will bruce smith yeah i love that pig what is the top five sacks all time you ever see he's not one is he reggie white i don't know you look that up and i'll talk about the great anthony munis who play with two hundred sacks reggie white second one ninety eight yeah so he's the only two hundred set guy that's going to be like hitting seven home seven hundred home runs would know steroids that's a special number in they didn't pass the ball at all in his era as that was a very rerun dominant era and he made secretly loved the bills in the early nineties the head a lot going on that everybody hamas from not with that jerry curl yeah little guy named jim kelly don't know if you heard about him look good not chip now gm jim child for all number saturday they does is really good he's was before me he's probably the best tackle of all time might be but i can remember coming up like you watch the nfl films stuff after school every day and anthony munoz was like oh there's the best tackle ever and then guys like jonathan ogden or orlando pace come along and maybe change that in walter jones but at least for the pre nineties it was anthony munoz husan ended up batta football weird it's not very good seventynine hoard number yet is and that's.

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"joe greene" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"From chris paul that's a breather that james harden can get on the offense of enda away to sort of sneaker a breather in while you're playing when chris paul has the ball considering their offense it's also i think a lot of rocket fans are getting on mike and tony it's funny how this works right they love him the entire season and the second they lose they come after him because they are and houston radio host ours well it's a fair criticism because he doesn't bring in like if everyone's gassed why not bring in ryan anderson who's a great just see if he can hit a couple of jobs just see if he was john who got he played six people's guns that is a fair criticism that he panicked and his bench got too short and he's playing seven guys and joe greene's plan for twelve minutes it's fair that he ran his guys into the ground but when you come at me with anderson you clearly were watching what steph curry was doing anderson where he looked like me out there anderson looked cement footed steph curry just he had to play steph curry tight 'cause he's gonna make the three and if you play them titans gonna blow by you ever every single time and just nuclear defense in the paint like ryan ended did they put anderson out there and he was out there for the six minutes he was out there and all golden state did was attacked him and furthermore didn't take shod either was state wasn't wasn't allowing him to take the shot it was eight minutes which i guess two minutes to many but it was eight minutes and he had three thousand and you know and he clearly did put him in there to shoot so see if he can hit you a couple of threes and then go from them just saying limited the dan there was no bench screen gassed in part because might dantonio abandon what he did during the regular season that is fair but there was no bench at least in part because chris paul left the game because joe johnson was on that bench and they.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Had that opportunity i promise you if a guy hatton one one he was he be willing to take that chance to win a championship jerome bettis joining me on the program you know you start off by saying you and i go way back i would talk you when you remember the rams of course you had a great run with the steelers you know a guy that i missed head i really wanted to argue with me joe greene because he talks about when he got drafted by the steelers he wasn't exactly fired up in fact i've heard of he was to because the team was not that good really got there now there is so much pride in being a steeler being a part of that legacy how much of that goes back to joe greene it starts with joe greene and i remember the the late dan rooney always speaking about how joe greene transformed the franchise because not only was here grape player he demanded that you go out and do your job to the best your ability and he hailed everybody accountable and so by him doing that he change the culture in that locker room any wasn't okay to lose at that point it so it started to permeate to the locker room at next thing you know they brought in a couple more guys and abroad fred go in and and all those guys it swan next thing you know they were on the something but his started with joe greene in the culture that he set then everybody had to follow we're talking to drum batters so what does it mean to you to be a steeler to be a part of that tradition it it it it's special and i'll tell you why when when we will go into practice every single day we always had to walk by those four super bowl trophy an and we saw the standard that will set and so it was always our job to reach that standard in any was never okay to all you know what we got to the afc championship game are we are we got to division around the boy els but we are all we had a fifteen.

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"joe greene" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Not a bad force them i mean chris balls kind a tiny but he's scrappy right right like he could really throwdown and anyway they have a pillar of filling could fall might not be that good at fighting mostly because he has very good insurance so be like by the play it cool but definitely joe greene you said trevor ariza as well yep yeah forever reads a fight he thinks so too good picks right there and then james harden which fear the beard not or whatever no no no no no thank you are you more afraid of james harden are chris paul and a fight i'm more adequate following quite why well because james harden the james harden you know what i think of as soon as i think james harden i think of that clip it what it was like i'm vine or something uh when kevin mchale was his coach and he would hit him on the shoulder like good job and then you see james harden grab it and he look back at m like how dare you hit me doesn't like three times he looked at a that's what i think uh you know in a fight with james part although i i mean i don't know he's a big got maybe he's got to find it who knows all right the important part though this is the best part of the story and probably heard a lot of people talk about is that clint capello went to the front door of the locker room and knocked on it so he okay like the diversion of like no one will notice them going in the back door if i just knock on the front but uh i was thinking or like he's getting a lot of credit for that but it's also entirely possible he just forgot that the plan was to go to the back door and so you know like i'm here now i guess i'll knock epa somebody opened the door slammed in his face and then he was like oh so he went back to the locker room showered and went up to the clots.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Situation lease of beth davis was the contest she's they retired army mastersergeant listen how how extra back asks her about her career liza beth davis retired army mastersergeant yes that must be really tough for a woman oh so here's this woman she them bad she's retired she is a military surjit and alledged her back comes back with kiss sat must be really tough for a woman is this editing rob you know we get one republican in hollywood we got one guy he goes on national tv it does this though it's nothing but good god this takes us through in segment here on the hammer and nigel show we call great moments in jeopardy history of earlier this year the category was the nfl and all these players had to do was named the team that these famous athletes played for right but if you've ever watch jeopardy you know that uh sports really isn't there strong suit nfl teams two defensive tackle means joe greene land for the pittsburgh steelers yvonne nfl teams sex running back marcus allen new burma what is colorado rockies no no it's not the colorado rockies surrey and they're not in the league anymore maybe it make the merger and hooker forget that time our very own shut or gano competed in celebrity jeopardy and now the hammer and nigel show present celebrity jeopardy chun llegado political terms the category here's is the klu players officials called tribune's sat at rome's senate door and if they didn't like what was going on shouted this chuck we come to you first keep chopping would no celebrity jebran god knows i'm going to miss the chuckwaggon when he has no longer with us here in a couple of weeks when he gets that pink slip on black monday ugh stand where your jeopardy guy right he wip see mobile news all the level of the co congress voting tonight keep government and business partly cloudy and fifty one degrees some scattered showers the high fifty three tomorrow and that is going.

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"joe greene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A baseball game or a basketball game so that's it all right there i was just a lacks the i was gonna say mid probably a basketball game not a baseball game are rally two pence we have ads can avoid losing a hundred i'm all in not monday night football weren't on monday net football us name was jeopardy jeopardy though we had yesterday had a call at the contests they're you know had the question of the club the category was nf fell teams by hall of famers so they give you the hall of famer and you have to say the team and here's how it went guy nfl teams to defensive tackle means joe greene played for the pittsburgh steelers yvonne nfl teams sex running back marcus allen i know from ah fleming colorado rockies no sorry dinosaur yvonne who are the los angeles raiders not a rod iraqis colorado rockies was her guess what does that tell you that that why we think everybody loves sports is a whole section the doesn't care i mean seriously means joe greene he couldn't get mean joe greene the the the the commercial follow followed rose jersey of me joe greene now i and i have to say this a knock of myself but there's a reason on the newscasts for a hundred years is its comes at the end as is dead would you have gotten those last two joe greene in marcus allen i would they played four yes i said i would i would have been able to handle it liquids you start here gary only in arrested the edited version of old yellow with a dog does a guy that guy the after he had handle adversity ram by the way we should we i i wanted to mention this last segment that we'd have we ran a time dc espn is moving doris burke from the sideline reporter to a game in the ain analyst will she played she served your time in uh she doesn't insult your intelligence he's very good she i agree i agree so she's gonna be i guess doug collins jumped to a gig with the bulls in the front office so she will still be on the sideline for the conference finals in the nba finals but you'll see your doing game analysts work this year what's in on the second team than all the way in the.

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