17 Burst results for "John Goss"
"john goss" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Are are pretty tough right like what i would say is been on most of the guys that get finalists on there now. Granted there have been. It's not unprecedented. That people have made that list and not made it in. It has happened before. But i feel like it would be mean considering the campaign behind all of this. But here's some of the other guys that are actually on the non veterans list. So you tell me your name. Because i think with hall of fame guys before i even go through the list to me. It's like immediate. If i have to think not. You're probably not in. Do you agree or disagree. Oh definitely yeah all right. So let's do the list ready. They are in alphabetical order. By last name. Jared allen the great defense event no i agree no randy. Barbara keyshawn t. No sorry said to lakota. Tony boselli yeah. Yeah i'm in on him. Great great tony boselli. Before until he got hurt like he was now short career span right because of the injury but he was him and jonathan ogden number. One into right. Well i been came out after. Actually he was the guy before. Ogden is what i meant to say for thousand nine hundred ninety. Two thousand one. Those six seasons he was the guy at left tackle and i liked his personality to. Yeah i agree. The roy butler safety for the green bay packers about that dog with you. I don't know about that great player. Yes great great player. Like i'm not shocked. He's a finalist. I'm just not quite sure if all a very good holland very yucky alan fanta. The great guard played on some steelers championship. Teams it's hard for me to offense of lionheart. Exactly my head i going. He's probably in because he was one championships. A great offensive line is probably in. It may not be this time. But he's probably in eventually is my is my point. Torry holt of the rams. I got tory in. Yeah i do too. I think torii should be it megatrend. Who really you have to think. Because i got him in. Even if it's not this time. I got him in because wide receivers tend to wait a little bit as individual. He was unstoppable. He was right. Yeah it's just ain't got nothing. He played for the lions. Got re. wait wait wait wait. Wait who's got who's got anything playing for the lions though. You know this as well as anyone i know i know who is just all right. Fine calvin zan not cavins for fine. It's not this. is that when you started talking about. What makes you a hall of famer. The natural inclination is to go to your accomplishment. Agreed but but he he played for the worst franchise in the sport. Aa calm down. We weren't the words. Cleveland browns was still around back. Then i mean ish worst ish i. John lynch another t. john's teammates mench was dog. yeah he was Peyton manning obviously yes. He's in clay matthews. Sh this is daddy. Oh knocking on. No no he has. He's too young. Yeah daddy klay yeah. Yeah sam mills no orleans saints great linebacker carolina panthers now richard seymour patriots. No no for me. Really zach thomas. The miami dumping. Yep nope no. I don't think so either. And i love him on but i think what happens it. He has the numbers he just played on such such bad teams. Now the defense was the biggest thing. Yeah yeah it sucks for him because he deserves to be in but he's not going to get in because the team did have success and they already put jason taylor who by. The way was also unbelievably deserving. I'm not trying to knock jason. Jason deserve to be and i think zack deserves. But he won't get in because of the lack of success and there's a lot of the linebackers from that era ray lewis him or locker. Reggie wayne yup yup and of course charles woodson twice. Yeah yeah Those are the lists. Hopefully tom floors gets in and we should be good to go. And then we can celebrate with the other up to six guys can get in so there would be five of those guys that would have to get in with tom floors in that case. So we'll see and they start with one hundred thirty nominees and they're down to the twenty-five that we just mentioned so they have which includes this group here in the senior group that we didn't mentioned that includes tom floors so so shot tom floors. We will absolutely be on your bandwagon. Latino raiders let's go and then all the other dudes that just voted it. Get those guys into reading cursor team we can get you hall of fame right. Sure exactly all right. Coming up next. Speaking occurs the team. We did kinda cursed the lakers a little bit. I would imagine sleep. Well didn't sleep last night. Like i feel like he takes losses re regardless of whether in the regular season or not really hard like i could see him tossing and turning right sweating. You know just being mad. I just not not not not happy with the result yesterday by any stretch of the imagine nation. So we'll talk to sleep. Lakers talk is coming up tonight. Yeah lakers talk coming up. In a second before we get to play offs. Lihua l z. John goss tweets us and says hey alex karras got a tv show webster because of his lions career. Just saying man. That's our claim to fame. We really assess franchise aren't we. Yeah yeah it was. A good show webster was fine. Fine it is tough you know growing up as the lions fan and still very much an alliance plan because normally in sports debates. You know it's it's it's a subjective conversations but you can objectively say the lions have been horrible for much of that fifty past fifty years. And there's really not a damn thing i can say but just take. It can't really. I can't really. I can point to our individual players.
"john goss" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"At bet sensible to right field it's pretty well hit. It's carrying. It's gone. opposite. Field. Home Run mookie Betts. And it is seventy one. That's a cruel greedy into the ball game for Josh Fleming hokey. Pets. Mookie Betts another great game. There's his home run in the fifth inning. Great Moment for as the dodgers played some small ball mookie walked stole second then came a double steal on a Justin Turner strikeout and essentially Leaving on contact when Max Muncie left a ground ball into the infield and he scored that that run you know that's one thing that mookie Betts has done. You know he he hasn't necessarily had the most unbelievable ofensive statistics during the season but in terms of his defense in terms of his base running, he is absolute state of the art and I. You know I. I'm just shaking my head because it's not like the red. SOx Are the Oakland A.'s or the pirates or the raise it's not like that they had to do this. and. I just got a tweet. From getting John Goss thinks Johnny said the incentive in the bed strayed was more about getting out from under the price contract that not wanting to commit to a ten year plus deal with anyone but you just. You know the angels can't get Mike Trout to the play all right now let me challenge you on that because you say the angels you have often suggested that they trade Mike Trout, wouldn't they be making the same mistake as the red sox did if they traded Mike, Trout, except the angels Wookey bets won a world series with Boston. If the if the goal is to win the world series I, mean for some teams that's not for some teams, it's just to compete. Other teams just can make money, but the red sox have been a team in this century. That's one multiple world series. You know they went one hundred years without winning one. Then they one in four. Haven't they went three of them in this century they want four they want I think around eleven and they want an eighteen yeah, I think they re yeah. You're right that. So now all of a sudden. You're looking. At having this guy, you're centerpiece to continue to win world series. And you just let them walk but the problem is John. It's a bad red sox team around him. It's a lie. It's a little bit like and I know they wanted. Years Ago I know it is, but it's a bad team right now it's a bad team. It was not a team that was going content for a world championship with out with Mukhi and I think that they looked at it and said, we need to get young prospects. We need to develop our farm system we need to do with all those other guys did and by the way I think it's hyme. Bloom is the general manager now Boston. For Andrew Friedman in Tampa used to work in. Tampa. So everybody's doing the Tampa thing which. Often. Yeah No, it sometimes involves taking and the dodgers never had to do it but I have a feeling the red sox are going into full tank mode the same way the cubs did the same way the Astros did the same way. The as did I mean a lot of a lot of teams got to do that in order to be competitive, and that's obviously what time bloom is is looking at but I mean in in the end, it's it's a you traded the best player. In the same way I would never have traded mookie betts is the Red Sox I would never trade Mike Trout if I was the angels. Steel. Right. But here's the problem you can't get to the playoffs with him the Red Sox were winning world series because of Mookie Betts you'd win with Mike You had ten years you were going GonNa miss the playoffs with mookie Betts this year. Going back to your trump thing you said you'd never trade my trout. Yeah. If my trump plays another ten years and plays all twenty years in Anaheim. But never plays in the playoffs. Didn't you waste him? Well Yeah but you're the reason you suck for that long deal is that you intend to ultimately put the pieces around him. Now, there haven't been successful so far, and now they've got a new general manager to do it but I think you know you always have that saying whoever gets the best player in the trailer? The trade. And that would be the case obviously with with Mike Trout the same as it was with Mookie Betts why I think the guy is. I can't remember a guy who affects the game in so many different ways. I mean his run prevents he's the best defensive player on the team. You have the best base runner on the team. He's a fantastic leadoff hitter. Yup He's a really good leader. He kind of leads without being an aide whole steals basis right? which nobody does anymore. nope. It's the way. Here's a here's a question. you think Dave Roberts sent mookie Betts or is. Doing his own thing on the base paths. No I think he had decided if you could get a big lead in small talked a lot about this during the game the secondary if you could get a big lead, he was going on contact because even with the the infielders in, he only had to go about sixty sixty, three feet. He didn't have to go ninety feet Now you're talking about the play at. All Right On the steals I'm talking about yeah the first steel. And then the double steal before we got to the play at home. Do you think that was Robert Sending mookie or is that just? Having a Green Line, I think he has a green light to go. If they tell him look be don't want to give away out. So if you're if you're ninety nine percent, you're gonNA make it go. And he is an, it just wrecks the other team because keep in mind guys Tampa is built. On defense and pitching this, not a team that is loaded offensively they're trying to win if the score is down, that's what they want. They can win a lot of close games. But. If you're out there stealing bases in pulling off a double steal I. Think I read during the game last night that he's the first guy ever to score two runs at have two steals in a world series a home run in a world series game ever I mean that just doesn't happen and it doesn't like, I said he's a one man wrecking crew. He's great and he's the one guy who's seen all these Tampa pitchers before right got a big database on all these guys nobody else has but. Like when bellinger hit the home run I was elated because I thought well. He never pitched against or hit against glasnost before. So so here's the number I was going to throw at you last night. Kershaw. Hitters missed nineteen of their thirty eight swing. So in other words, they came up empty on nineteen swings..
"john goss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"john goss" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"But the problem with that is to Reduce D. H. T. significantly enough to affect hair loss throughout your body. You'RE GONNA have a ton of side effects you'd have to take so much appreciate that it would destroy your body so John. I'm curious what is distinct. Paint a picture for what is dissolution. From what I understand the three pots to it exactly three things. I use the shampoo with a brush in the shower. I wet my hair. I put it in the shampoo and I use these brushes that I brush my scalp like vigorously with the shampoo and that helps the shampoo. Penetrate the skin epidermis and I'll leave that shampoo and for five ten minutes so that's one and then the second thing that I do is at night every night. I used roller with topical liquid solution so I rolled out on my scalp before bed and then I apply the topical liquid solution so the roller helps it. Penetrate to alkyl. And that's it. Those are the three things. Well okay so I understand the roller I understand the microbe rations. So That's interesting. Now tell us about the shampoo. What's in that shampoo so the shampoo the main ingredients caffeine thinking? Niacin or three ingredients. And it's this accustomed shampoo. It's a custom shampoo that we're working on trying to make this available. I mean like I said with the at the roadblocks were hoping to make this available to everybody soon but those are the main ingredients the shampoo that have a synergistic effect that actually dissolved the HD. In the scowl. I see okay. And then what about the dropper what's this dropper that we are dropping on our head what is the substance so the dropper is a ethanol base ethanol watering appropriate? And Go. I call that the delivery but it has caffeine zinc nice and retinal which is another ingredient. That helps penetrate through the Durmus. We still keep Minoxidil in there. But we use this very specific fatty acid. That is blocking. Dht from attaching to the hair. Follicle I see okay. So you'll regimen. Is You wash your hair? How many days a week with this shampoo wash seven days a week? Okay and then you apply the dropper and then you used to comb at night yeah so you can Chiampou anytime but you wanNA apply to liquid at night when your hair is dry. Okay and how often do you use? The abrasive comb only like once or twice a week. Got It okay. Cool so is really fascinating. So I'm really curious about these guys. John has sent me all three ingredients. I'm going to start a test on this in about a month. I'm going to let you guys know how it goes and for people who want to try the solution out. Where can they find you John? Yes so I wrote a book and there's a lot you know. It's I really appreciate you having me not a lot of information but I wrote a book that they can download for free at hair loss secrets. Dotcom SECRETS DOT COM. Okay and I want to share with you guys why I brought Jon on firstly. When I met John I just felt that his intention his purpose his heart was so so pure and he really wanted to do this because he's experienced a pain that so many men have felt. I've been in that situation as well. The doubt the uncertainty wondering what the hell needed to do to mitigate hal loss and I know how tough and how so many good alternative therapies never make it through the FDA and thus don't get their chance with the general public. I wanted to bring John onto this podcast. Because based on the ingredients that he shed based on what he suggested they doesn't seem to be any serious side effects and it would be interesting of a couple of US got to try this out and share results and see what happened. And maybe we could help a great inventor like John Bring something that could truly benefit the world to more people so John. Thank you for your service. I know you were trying to solve your own problem. That as an inventor a creator I honor you for coming up with something so innovative. I've seen the fall after pictures of men who have used this. Does this work but women as well absolutely. Yeah give us the domain again hair. Loss SECRETS DOT COM. Check it out and feel free to contact. John Does nothing in this bombing folks. I simply wanted to get more people in my audience. Experimenting with forms of biohacking that could radically improve the physiology in a safeway. And I thought this is something we might want to pay attention to you because I have so many friends who are going through this right now and I can tell you it is frigging painful and everyone is frustrated that there are no good solutions out there so if this works this is a blessing to the world. So thank you John and for those of you listening. Please check out halo. Secrets Dot Com John. Any closing words. Thank you so much. You inspired me everyday man. I really appreciate your time. Thanks Ben and if you enjoyed this episode of Mine Valley podcast please leave us a review and mentioned John Goss. That's John G. O. S. S. I'm vicious Kiani. And this is the Mind Valley podcast..
"john goss" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"Blood flow restriction to the hair follicle. That's a hair loss. Is a disease just like cardiovascular disease cardiovascular disease as you know is a restriction of blood flow through arteries to the heart and arteries getting blocked by plaque and the plaque is blood flow going to the heart muscle because the heart muscle needs oxygen to function and when this blockage blocks had enough to where there's not enough nutrients to get to the muscle. The muscle dies and you have a heart attack so the same thing is true with hair loss and dht attached to the hair follicle and it restricts blood flow to the hair follicle so yes plays a part but the actual problem the real reason that the hair follicle is spinning. And you don't just lose your hair overnight. Your hair's not fine one day and the next day your hair follicles did. It's a very gradual process. Actually and it happens before you can even see any of the consequences. Your hair gets thinner and thinner and thinner and then eventually the hair follicle is so weak that dies because it doesn't have the nutrition through the blood supply. I see I see. But how about factors such as ageing factors such as stress such as nutrition? I know all of this contribute as well. So are you saying that ultimately all these factors are doing is the effecting a blood flow exactly just like all natural factors and all the lifestyle factors that affect cardiovascular disease these things contribute to hair loss as well fascinating right because in twenty sixteen I started experiencing hair loss now in two thousand sixteen. I was focused on well. Mine Valley was focused on pretty much. Mindfulness and meditation and it was amazing for work for performance. And for just general wellbeing. But I wasn't taking care of my body. I was eating like crap. I was a guy who drank two glasses of red wine every night. Just to get to sleep. I really exercising in the most optimal way and what I was experiencing then was hair loss. I started getting a ball patch on my head. Now in twenty. Sixteen two things happen. I decided to get on wildfire and I lied about the program completely into mind valley in what's a health. Transformation program and I started my own research on effective minimum dose exercise and Strength Training for fitness. Now I was actually looking at simply like getting a better body now other than my body fat going from twenty two percent to fifteen percent and my musculature increasing. The curious thing was in one year my hair loss stop and my patch disappeared so I knew it had something to do with eating healthy with exercise but now when you explain it this way I can see that. One of the biggest correlations was really hot help. I think absolutely but I think that again one and only thing is blood flow to the hair follicle and there's a lot of people that are really healthy and the first person that comes to mind. Is Tim Ferriss right? This guy is on the Diet. He's extremely healthy. He takes better care of his body than most people and he has. Had you know significant hair loss and you also see people that don't take care of their body that are morbidly obese and they abuse their bodies but they have four hair right. It seems that it's something that has multiple factors right multiple factors anyway. I'm curious to know your theory. Let's go on. Yeah so through this process. I started researching and consulting with all these doctors. And all these scientists around the world literally around the world of Okay. Well how do we restore blood will? How DO WE INCREASE CIRCULATION? How do we restore bless those hair follicle and I started experimenting with these different like I said my mom or compounding pharmacy so I had every resource available to me. I mean I kind of became a modern day. Heisenberg had lab mixing equipment with Electronic Mixers and stirs in my house. Trying all these different ingredients and all these different quote unquote. Dht Walkers and what we discovered what we realized was first of all on the markets crap and there were two big issues that I discovered was in July seventh nineteen eighty nine. The FDA issued a final action. That said that anything that says that treats or restores hair loss has to file for a new drug application and a new drug application also known as the approval and not here to bash the FDA. That's certainly not my intention. I believe that the FDA was trying to correct the same things that are happening right now in the marketplace with people that are lately being lied to with hair loss camps. And I personally feel very passionate about this because I mean I spent thousands and thousands of dollars and got my hopes up only to be let down by these products that didn't deliver what they're promising and what's worse than that. The people that were selling them. They knew that this wasn't doing anything. So not only. They both advertising. They were literally taking advantage of people. So I totally understand credit the FDA trying to do what they thought was best so the issue the FDA action that says anything. That's going to say that a treat hair loss has to go through FDA approval. Well the problem with that is tufts. University just released a study last year. That the average cost to go through. Fda approval two point five billion dollars billion with a B. So think of all the products that we use today. Apple Uber facebook Microsoft. Google these companies all started in either garages or dorms. Right innovation happens look at Mine Valley. Think about how you started mine. Valley innovation starts on a very small level by people that are passionate about providing a service or solving a problem. So this huge roadblock two point five billion dollars you know. There's no small person that can afford to go through. Fda approval if you had the solution to higher law. But what's even worse. Is You know the hair loss industry is projected over five billion dollars annually so the markets they're these companies big firms who companies would happily invest two point five billion for a five billion dollar return. The issue is to get a financial return on that two point. Five BILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT. You would need to protect your. Ip to protect your product right well to get through the FDA with patent the ingredient could not show any benefit previous benefit. It cannot have been studied to show benefit in the past and maybe most importantly is it cannot be a natural ingredient and it cannot be a combination of all the above. So there's absolutely no research and development going into any solution for hair loss because there's no financial incentive right. So this is we're talking about nineteen eighty-nine. That's thirty years ago. What if we were still using the same cancer treatments and the same surgical practices that we were using thirty years ago? This is a problem and the problem. Is that these companies have realized with great advertising and fancy marketing they can still make millions of dollars. Tens. Which is. I'm not sure if you're familiar with him and keeps these companies that. Are you know all over facebook advertising? Kim's just got evaluation at one billion dollars and they're showing nothing more than a five percent? Generic Minoxidil five percent off. Patent Rogaine. Literally something you can get off the shelf to Costco and PAD PROPECIA fin asteroid. That's exactly what they're selling with. Fancy packaging fancy labeling great advertising. I'm curious to know about what you've put together because I'm trying it right now. Well I'M GONNA try to soon open over and I'm out of this crazy lockdown mode but tell us about the solution that you've created because I'm fascinated and obviously people in the podcast can't see you but you have a ridiculous head of hair who'd it was A before and after pictures I have and that's why I agreed to put you in the podcast for the audience listening. It was too before and after pictures at John showed me that blew me away and I felt so many people would love to know what he did so John. Tell us about the solution that you've put together so yeah it's been a really long journey like I said it started in two thousand and one and it's been kind of trial and error of all kinds of different things but it really kind of started when I had the realization that this all comes down to blood flow so when I went to Germany and met with this dermatologists. He had a topical formula that has an ingredient that was a fatty acid. It attached to the hair follicle the androgen receptor of the hair follicle. Which is the same place. The D. H. T. Attached to the fatty acids so it sticks to the hair follicle and blocked the HD from attaching to the hair. Buckle the problem with Rogaine Rogaine Bazo dilated. So rogaine is kind of like if you have a water hose and somebody stepping on the waterhouse restricting the flow of the water through the host. Rogaine is like going over to the Faucet and trying to crank up the pressure on the hose without removing your foot right so minoxidil symptom of hair loss. But not the underlying calls so we started using fatty acid and the issue that we ran into was well the EPIDERMIS. The outer layer of your skin is a protective barrier right. Just like this crazy stuff. That's happening right now in the world with the Corona virus sticking services and we're getting infected by touching it and then touching our mouth or is there an open orifice but we're protected when we touch it. Don't touch those openings. Because OUR SKIN. The EPIDERMIS is a protective barrier right so in our scalp when we apply any kind of hair loss solution whether that'd be a shampoo or a topical formula. It's designed to keep that out so I went to South Korea and met with this medical manufacturer and they had a tool that we designed the kind of like a micro needle. Are you familiar with Micro Needle Dermot? Roller like a lot of cosmetic offices are using on their skin on their face. So we were like. I wonder if we can use this on the Scalp and then apply the topical solution in. They had a lot of studies that showed it increases the absorption of ingredients through epidermis by like fifteen hundred percent. I mean crazy stuff. So you're taking a bassil later. That's accelerating blood flow to your SCALP. And you're using type of brush which has micro needles to calm your sculpt exactly so this is doing this micro roller. It's making micro. Channels are micro holes in your scalp that are allowing the topic of solution and the ingredients pass through the skin to get to the hair follicle there are three components. It's a topical solution. So it's liquid you Paul. Run your head or your shampoo into your scalp. It's exactly like the same application as Rogaine. It's a liquid solution that you use a dropper and you put it on your scalp us a dropper and you drop it on your Scalp. Okay to act. And you're brushing this. Brush with these fine point. Things that these micro abrasions. And you're taking a pill right. No PILL NO PILL. So how do you create vessel? Dilation isn't that something you take no. That was kind of the epiphany that we had because the problem is D. H. T. causing the restriction of blood flow pro. Kiesha is a pill that you take trying to reduce the throughout your.
"john goss" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"I'm recording this podcast. In some interesting circumstances I'm here in my office at buying bally in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia and the Government just announced that tomorrow. The country is going into lockdown. It's going to be an interesting time. We're not allowed to travel not allowed to go to work. This is because there was a huge spike in corona virus cases this past weekend for a while we were watching what was going on in the US and we would thinking. Gosh whipping really lucky. But it's hit us to we empathize with all of you out there all across the world. Who are going through this crazy situation but business continues as usual and I wanted to make sure I'm still able to bring you incredible guest online. Podcasts now our speaker today is John. Goss and we're GonNa talk about something really interesting. This applies to women and men and it has to do with how loss decifit men a lot more frequently than women but it is a problem that impacts both genders too many people men and women who simply stop experiencing hair loss after forty. It often sometimes feels like they are no options and it starts to get scary it hits your self esteem and there are so many bs solutions that you see advertised everywhere. Many of which don't have any basis in science and so I wanted to bring on a special guest today to talk about this topic. John Goss has a fascinating story in terms of hacking and coming up with ways to mitigate have lost but even Greek grow hair so John. Welcome to the minute podcast vision. Thank you so much for having me. It's a pleasure and just so people kind of get a sense of where you're at right now. I know you're in Miami. How things over there. Yeah man it's a crazy time. I just happen to fly to Florida to visit my family a week ago. I live in La and came to visit my family. They come down during the winter originally from Ohio. So I flew over and I'm Kinda in quarantine over here with the family. My Mom and my grandma down here staying so I'm going to spend some time with my ladies Over here in Florida hanging out with the Fam- which is nice. But it's scary times. Man I I used to be a medical sales and spent a Lotta time in hospitals and I've never. I've never seen anything like this before I know. Well let's all hope that all of us like billions of us get through this while I'm sure I mean. I have great faith in the human race. I'm sure we're GONNA pull out just fine right now with just a period of crazy adjustment and making sure that we are self isolating so that we can protect the elderly and the sickly from catching something that could be potentially deadly for them absolutely. So let's get started with the topic of Palos now John. Tell us your backstory. 'cause this is how we met. We had our first conversations in a whole foods in Santa Monica. And you intrigued me so let me to share this story with audience. Well I can promise you never ever wanted to be the hair loss guy and I never wanted to be on a podcast talking about hair loss but stuff it has it. I grew up in Columbus Ohio and I was always really into my hair even as a young kid. I played sports. I played soccer and I had long hair had undercutting the pony tail and I literally was voted best hair my senior year of high school yearbook. You know I'm not sure if you've heard this before but the common kind of belief that you inherit your hair genetics from your mother's side so my grandfather on my mom's side had the most beautiful plaque to kind of hair you've ever seen so. I thought I was fortunate. You know finally hit the lottery and I thought that I never had to worry about hair loss and as soon as I graduated high school so I'm eighteen at this point. This is in two thousand one. I sorta noticing like my temples and my hairline. It was getting thinner and I kind of brushed it off. I couldn't believe that this was actually happening to me and then going into college. My first year in College. It was in full retreat. I mean full. Receding hairline thinning hair balding around the crown and it was hard man. I think anybody that has going through this men or women and sometimes I think even women more so because it's the more of a common thing that happened to men but anybody that goes through hair loss. It can be an emotional roller coaster. I mean I I felt like I was losing my masculinity. I felt like I wasn't going to be desirable to the opposite sex. I was losing a lot of confidence kind of slipped into depression and it was a terrible thing and I it really hit me hard and then from there. Luckily my mom and Dad are both counting pharmacists and we have three medical doctors in the family so in two thousand one the two current. Fda approved hair loss solutions instill the only two FDA solutions were Rogaine which has minoxidil and propecia. Which is financed ride? So I started taking both of those. I use rogaine religiously morning and night and I took propecia and I thought you know. Thank God there's a solution to this terrible issue and I kept losing my hair and I could not understand how is this the FDA solution not one but two FDA approved solutions? But I'm using both tastefully consistently and I'm still losing my hair so broken in propecia now from what I understand? Those solutions also have a large number of side effects. Yeah especially PROPECIA in my experience. You know Rogaine. The active ingredient is minoxidil. Which is they they zone for. High blood pressure hypertensive days odile later so it increases the diameter of the vessels to get more blood flow therefore to reduce pressure in the vessel and PRA. Kiesha is trying to stop hair loss in a different way by reducing what they call. 'em D. H. T. Which is a form of testosterone in the body but actually hd is a natural healthy hormone. We actually need to function to be healthy. And I even took so propitious than asteroid. I took a drug called detest right. I mean I have a a crazy journey of different things that I tried but I took basically show on steroids which is called do tasks ride and it's a stronger version without getting too technical in blocks this thing called five offer. Duct tape in that CONVERTS TESTOSTERONE TO D. But the problem is by. Reducing D. H. T. In the body just like you reduce testosterone. There's a lot of side effects and includes I mean chronic fatigue. I was so tired of the teague. Depression brain fog terrible terrible. Now this would happen. Even if you're using proficient or any type of de hd blocker the side effects fatigue absolutely. Yeah I mean you can read online and I mean there's class action lawsuits right now against Propecia so again we cannot possibly offer medical advice on this podcast. This is simply meant to be almost as a compass a kind point guys in a direction where you can research for yourself. But if you're thinking about propecia please be aware of the side effects. Now let's talk about Rogaine. Try these things and then after these both working I went on this crazy journey of trying everything that you can possibly imagine. I tried every shampoo every herb every vitamin on importing herbs from China and. I'm trying all these different things. They weren't working so I really became obsessed with research. I mean this hit me so hard mission. I really can't even describe to you. How emotional it was. I remember being twenty years old and you know my twenty per day was coming up in a couple of months and I always envisioned like this big party on my twenty first birthday and now I'm worried about am I gonna be able to get a date on my twenty first birthday so I was really really impacted by this so I became fanatically obsessed with all the different research articles that were available breeding pubmed studies and Tbi articles any kind of medical journal. That could that was talking about hair. Law even took oral minoxidil. I was reading blogs and there was a blogger that was talking about taking oral minoxidil. So actually taking the high blood pressure medication that was the active ingredient. In rogaine and Rogaine was initially discovered in the eighties by a hospital that they were testing for high blood pressure and they noticed that this woman was taking Minoxidil. She didn't care about by taking minoxidil. The frequency that she had to shave increased and the doctor reported this and they were like. Hey there's something maybe going on here and of course the logical assumption was. Hey if we can apply this to our head. This could maybe help with hair loss. So that's how Rogaine got started and when I took it orally and I took ten milligrams every day so I was taking ten milligrams of minoxidil orally and it's a really strong medicine. I was having rapid heart rate arrhythmias and I had to stop but I did notice that it did increase the thickness and the diameter of my hair. So that was kind of like the first light bulb that did go off and I was taking a high dose that really kind of lead me on this journey. That is what is the actual cause like. Why do we actually lose our hair? What's the cause of parallel? Just like anything else in life. There's a cause-effect relationship right. So what is the actual underlying cause that is causing parallel? I'm curious to know what you're GONNA say here. Yeah so you know if you've done any research yourself or if any of your listeners have researched hair loss. What they'll find online and what the general understanding or what is on the news in in the medical publications is that hair loss is because of the HD. That's the only thing that you hear but that didn't make sense to me what I was wondering as well. Okay even if that's the case why is the h? T. causing hair loss? What is it about this hormone that is causing hair? Loss explanation wasn't enough for me so I started traveling. I was fortunate to have the finances that allowed me to do things that a lot of people couldn't do and I traveled all over the world. There was a dermatologist in Germany. That was testing some different formulas in publishing some data. That was showing a lot of promise. And there were things that were international that I couldn't bring into the United States because the FDA but I started traveling and I went to South Korea which is known as the cosmetic capital of the world. And I met with a medical device manufacturer. They're a travel to Germany. I traveled all over Europe and Canada meeting with dermatologists and doctors and chemists. Trying all these crazy different topical solutions all these different drugs and what I realized is. There's only one reason why we lose our hair.
"john goss" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Even if it took a few extra days to concentrate and I actually think stripling is a perfectly serviceable major league starter. I think stripling could be a guy that finishes like fifteen and ten and as the IRA of four and gives Asia a bunch of innings. And that's desperately what they need their lineup with Otani and trout and now a Ren dawn is actually really a formidable. What they need our starting pitchers and you add Peterson to that go? I don't know what they're doing. People Forget stripling was an all star year before last. I don't no what the angels are doing. That's the reason that does a huge stake. I Big Week Big Week Fifth Row Fridays this week. Oh good how did It did the first person get in the first person I think it was the fourth person that got it. Okay it was really really tough. What was tripping them up I I wasn't here. It was Where was where did Ramona take a call from WHOA JR on trade deadline day and it was in in the pool? Oh that's right. That was Daniel Answers. That was really hard on people. Ko Good So this week pay attention to everything we say You got had a chance to win. Fifth row. Seats to see Lakers jazz march the eighteenth. That's a really good game plus an autograph basketball and sit in the fifth row at Staples Center. There we'll be a question from all the stuff we say today tomorrow Wednesday Thursday Friday and then the quiz will be Friday in the five o'clock hour. All right so Darren earn collison. Darren Collison disappointed about Darren Collison next Mason Ireland on seventeen ESPN. Yeah I don't know Thank you John Goss. It wasn't a Kendrick. Morale's it was Casey Kochman. Oh that was the guy that they traded. He had no impact whatsoever. Yeah can't trade. Casey Khatri can actually yeah. Here's a here's I'm having trouble with this you you you help me with. This is like a logistic behind the curtain. Pride I'm supposed to do a thirty second. Promo that runs during the Laker occur game that promotes. What's coming up tomorrow even though I've got no idea until I get into tomorrow what's coming up tomorrow all right? So it's going to run during the Lakers suns game correct tonight so three seconds of. Here's what's coming up when I don't know what's coming up. Yeah it should be it. Since it's Laker fans are the one listening. It should be something along the line it should be. NBA related right it. There's all these buyout rumor. Correct correct okay by our tease buyout. Rumor say the the names are bubbling to the top for buyouts. Yeah are the clippers. Doing a buyout. Right will the Lakers do about. We'll one two by two blackout. The other one. We'll give you all the names all the buyouts all the rumors tomorrow boom. There's a problem. Okay that's going to be the Promo what John just did right but you should do. It can live voices in the Laker game all night. You should be your voice because everybody knows me. They'll listen so that's true. That's why I always think you should do the promos for Mason and Ireland. That running the Lakers game. Yeah 'cause they hear me all the time do so many of those. But that's why do most promos period bidding the LAKER Games. You should do all the time. Okay because I'm Michael and I are already already on reality. We gotta get you out. There got to promote the mace. Exactly this portion show brought to you by lyman healthcare. Changing health care one person at time so we get the news as it was yesterday the Darren Collison who I was so excited about. Was that game last week. He was recruiting him. Yeah at the game last week. is not going to come back to play this year and I think that's a blow. I think Laker fans were anticipating especially when he showed up at the the game that that was going to be our trade deadline move for all intensive purposes that. Yeah we didn't make a deal. But we added Darren Collison and now were disappointed. Okay so let me make you feel better about this. What were let's say Darren Collison was GONNA come? Yes okay. What we're talking about? There is ten to fifteen minutes of running the second team as a point correct. Okay the Lakers. If you were going going to judge them on a weakness you would say that when Lebron is off the court they struggle their offense. Their offense is bad. Okay but somehow still with their offense as you say bad. Yeah the list statistically Kuranda proven fact some okay but some like to say things are proven facts fine dining here is also a proven fact. Yeah they have the best record in the western conference. They're finding ways as to win now. I've not ducking your for win. Fast to be honest I mean I just want to be honest second because this is the truth. They've been slumping they're they're slumping their way into the all star break right but thirty. Eight and twelve is thirty. Eight and twelve okay it. It's like they're six some five in their last eleven. Okay but to nine hundred to say that's a slump for a team that's won thirty seven games right but two nights ago. The clippers lost to a team that had lost thirteen games in a row. Yeah who did they play at Minnesota. Actually play not played Paul George and quite in both in the in-laws so there's a there's much weird stuff going on what I want people to focus on his. Let's say like you're disappointed that they didn't get Darren calls. Okay I think some Laker fans probably are. Yeah but we're we're counting on it but when by the way you can still change his mind. It's not like he went to another team. It's not like Andrei would Allah Audrey to make the big announcement. I'm not coming back. I tend tend to believe I like that I tend to believe them. But here's the thing and this is the most important thing to remember when you're trying to figure out whether or not a team can win the title. Okay everybody's minutes in the post season go way up your rotation's gets heighten. Yeah all right so if you go back and look at the do you not think there. I think don't call some would have been in that rotation I don't know but here's the thing when the playoffs start Lebron. Ad You're going to be playing closer to forty minutes. All Right Paul George and you're going to be playing closer to forty minute. Yes the time outsor- longer the the half times are long their games or the game. Yeah you never have a back to back so really what determines titles Yep in the NBA is whose stars play the best. Yes if you go back over the history of the NBA. Like pretty much to the time. I I could go back to mid nineties. Yeah there's only been one team that didn't have a gigantic superstar that when the title it was that Detroit team right in. Oh for the beat. The Lakers every other team. I'm had multiple hall of fame. Yes multiple even the Dallas game was dirk right had Jason Kidd on it had other guys on it but you can't make the complementary players Schnatter as much as you think I they do matter they there are some guys it step up big every year but look at this way Kobe he won five titles. Okay right the complimentary players with the second group titles were completely different than the first group. They're just guys is all right. It's your company. Players have to fill their roles. Yeah but for example like everyone's for whatever reason down on Rondo because his numbers are down down yes numbers are down and number proven fact. The offense is not nearly as effective when Rondo is running rhinos one of the few players active if players in the NBA. WHO's numbers always go up in the post season player? No question he. For whatever reason he's able to summon some playoff Rondo and plays so every like heard somebody say the other day. The Lakers can't win it with Rondo. Rondo has one and You know just because he's older doesn't mean you can't play it off. Phenomenal and the poor arguing in about ten minutes of playing time and learn the really the yeah I mean think about it Darren Collison last year. Play Twenty eight minutes a game aim shot forty percent forty one percent from three scored eleven points a game can he was eleven was six assists And two steals right but I'm just saying he would only play ten minutes on this team. I would say that he's got to know I'm only seeing that Lebron's going to be off the court for ten minutes right. Collison would not be the focus of the offense for other than ten minutes when the bronze on the court lebrons got the ball correct. That's why lead zillion assist so I think Lebron in the playoffs is going to average at at least thirty eight minutes a game. So what. We're what we're really trying to address. Here is what happens in those ten minutes. Thirty eight to forty eight. Lebron is not on the court. Cain you stagger dagger it so is always on the core can Rondo give you ten minutes and I would like option other than Rondo can caruso take on a few more minutes. Caruso numbers have been. I'm very very good again. I I'm not down on the Lakers. At all I know that they're six and five of their last eleven. But the only question that I ever answer is can this team as has currently constituted win the whole thing and I think what the answer to the Lakers. It's yes and I also think that there was something to not wanting to break them up that they like the chemistry of them and I go for there was no deal to be married. They did not have the assets to make a deal right. It was never going to happen. I said that before. The trade deadline not happening. No deal here especially when you when you realize that the Lakers would have had to send to four PM. The one the one chip was coups. Uh He's not making a lot so you would have had to stack contracts in order to do it and you really would have broken up the tonight. So there's an NBA player. That has an idea for the Lakers. Okay Okay and idea. He is really really high. Good I will share it with you and get your opinion. Excellent this portion show brought to you by Lyman. Healthcare changing health care one person at a time. Di Do that twice excellent. Congratulations to alignment healthcare. You got to two of those thinks Mason Ireland seven. ESPN all right. Mason is working on the very top secret. He's trying to get an interview with someone we're working on. He's GonNa hand it over to Bergman and and we're going to try and save the day that'd be a very refund interview to do if we can get that Michael Singer who was pitching for the Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher a AH starting pitcher reliever and he got designated for assignment after blowing getting blown up by the Astros This last year and his accusation his contention is that it's because of the cheating that he got blown up and ended ended up without a job. Yeah and good and he's filed a full lawsuit that that we want to get into if we could track him down so okay. I'm going going to. I'm going to present something to you now. I don't know if this is a serious consideration by the Lakers are not reported that they are considering it. Okay but I'm going to read you a tweet from Kendrick Perkins you ever meet per. I have met per is a straight shooter. Dick okay. He has an APSE. He'll tell you exactly what he thinks he's played played with all these guys. All right so twenty three hours ago Kendrick Perkins tweeted this. I'm going to say it again. The Lakers need to get dion waiters. He's a walking. Knockdown shooter defender underrated passer. And he's a dog Aug- all caps with three exclamation. His talent has never been questioned. It's always been his professionalism force this could would be another Dwight Howard story all right so we've got perks. Inc Goget Dion waiters. We have load. Shang the Lakers might consideration. Talk to us by the way deciding that if the Knicks Buyout Mohawk Klis that Mohawk light is a relentless State Defenders Day with me here on the dion waiters. This you're this season.
"john goss" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"In one of the themes that we found as we continue with our star series of podcasts Elliott one of the things that we found in Chicago at the NHL media to our was players having babies and players getting married and we'll get to a three of them and some having children by way of kyle birth others by way of adoption will get Jacob Saving and a couple of moments Sean could Cherie the player I can still recall the draft Winnipeg jets I time at the draft and everybody Winnipeg thought and perhaps wanted Kevin shoveled off to say Sean Coutry a big score coming out the cwm Jae Jao that player of course went on to be drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers has turned himself into one of the premier two-way players in the entire NHL. Your thoughts that's on Sean Couturier before we hear from first of all Winnipeg turned out okay Mark Shaffi was are we should we should tie on that story it turned out not bad for them could Torri is a guy I've always thought that maybe he wasn't as respected as he should be or how good he is we talk about it in the interview but the game he played rid five points in the playoffs against Pittsburgh when he was basically on one leg just showed me a ton about him you know I think sometimes in life people mistake kindness for weakness or calm this for weakness I think that's happened with him that people have taken a look a team with like a Shahrukh personality Navarre check personality that he's kind of more relaxed guy that that means he's not as driven or as competitive I think he's one of those guys that people have made mistakes about version that is well there's a lot of big personalities around Patrice Bergeron in Boston it's tough to do that because they've won so much but I would say probably early in his career that was the case This but the guys want everything I don't know how anybody could kind of feel that way about that now and also in that two thousand thirteen Stanley Cup final when he was basically the man the mom me like he was covered in bandages. I don't know how you could feel that way anymore altogether by bubble gum and and toothpicks here's Sean one of the premier to a players in the entire any L. on thirty one thoughts that blackout Lamont able to get through the line Intel rapid indeed behind the goal again second quick ball in the first minute of the Bird Demar over the bonded over the jump through traffic that goes to the band jumping out in front of the nearly getting a visa that Anaheim shot from the near Circle John Goss's beer ahead the Qatari at Senator Lloyd demand now he's into one here's guitar turney the third career offer time and the players with less than four seconds left and over the pants the please be dry my sean couturier of the Philadelphia Flyers Elliott I think we should start by asking Sean the same question we asked of both Ryan Nugent Hopkins and Tomas Hurdle first of all congratulations Wedding this This past summer just outside of Montreal so congratulations there thank you here is thirty one the podcast standard question for all hockey players at this media car wash this season Elliott who it was the most hammered player at your wedding I don't know I mean I I mean it's such a busy day for me and my wife but I'll tell you the last man standing was Michael Raffle so I don't know if he was the drunk is or but he was the last man standing he was a king of the castle at the at the end of it well listen congratulations I know you and the rest of your flyers teammates and certainly fans are very much looking forward to the season before we get to the flyers I wanNA ask about you specifically it takes a while for a player to get into the selke conversation but once you're in it you're in it almost every year did you find that at before you became one of the players who is talked about for Selke trophy that you were having you know wonderful seasons as a high end to a player the NHL but people just didn't recognize it Yeah I think my game since I was eighteen years old defensively has been re good that's something I take pride in that I think the offensive numbers weren't not quite as as well as as other guys or no you guys are drafted with me that year but once I got a little more opportunity offensively I think I showed what what I could do and these last few years have have really been great for me in both sides of the ice and stats wise as well how much of that defense evacuate comes from your dad growing up I don't know if it comes from my dad I think just I think it's more juniors my first year in Roman villa we had a really good team we won the the Cue President Cup I had Gabe shares a coach so I learned a lot that year on to be responsible defensively because I was I was mostly third fourth line guy at that age in the queue on a good team so if I if I wanted to play in the third or I wanted to play some minutes I had to be responsible defensively in I think it made me realize that you know if you want to be one of those guys that you know you have the offensive talent or skills to produce and but late in the in your your up a goal you want to be reliable and you want to be out there you wanna be that guy so I had to be responsible and not I think at at sixteen that's really where I took pride and learned a lot of the defensive side of the game when you just said there sean that I don't know if I credit it to my dad I was wondering if you wanted to say my dad was a terrible defensive player you put a big numbers offensively I don't really remember him being a defensive geyser never even heard of of him playing some defensive minutes but he was still agree player I mean got to play in the NHL for a little bit slow up how much do you think you talk about second-generation guys how much of it yes I think it really helped me Growing up I was I was just a young guy but he retired at a young age so but being around him in the locker from what I remember on the ice by the bench just being around him seeing pros what they do obviously I was really young so don't really remember much but then him being assistant coach Gm bathurst now got to grow up around junior players so I was so ten eleven years old sometimes practicing with junior players our eighteen nineteen twenty years old so I get to see what they do Kinda helps me you know I think grow as a player grow as a as a young hockey player a little quicker than others obviously I'm lucky to have that opportunity and I kind of took advantage of it there's a lot of guys who have tight relationships with their dad it's interesting now to see how many sons of former players are making it in the NHL so I'm curious about like after game do you talk to you taxed does he ever say hey sean what about this or how much do you see dad what do you see in my game right now what's your relationship like that way will now that I'm getting older you know it's been a few years I've been around we maybe not not right after the game or not as I mean I remember my first few years every game every day we'd call it other now that I've been around and know a little more about the game and the League Kinda you know we talk to each other as as often but not as as deep as it used to be maybe but now it's still it's still nice when you're going through a tougher time and he kinda you know keeps you grounded it reminds you little things he's never really been a hard on me at all and I'm thankful for that he's always just give me little tips here and there and I kind Uh took him when I when I could jeff before asked you about you know your defensive game you came through Toronto last year and you're on a real tear and we were talking to a few of US reporters about your goal scoring and you said like I always felt I could score and I said okay so fifty and you just laughed and you said I'm not making any predictions about fifty or anything like that but you know I liked your confidence I like the fact that you said I always believed I had that side to my game I wonder if there's anything else you look at it and say I can do this really well maybe better than either people know me for they get credit for yeah I mean I know what kind of player I am I know what I can do I don't really try to speak it I try to show it on the ice and and show it a I I can do and what made of you know one one thing I've I've been told since I'm young people putting you down or finding critics in your game but I try to prove them wrong or or control what I can control and show what I made of an old saying in hockey I'm sure you've heard it if you have a goalie at seventy percent of your team if you don't it's one hundred how much does Carter heart mean to the Philadelphia Flyers and how much did he mean to you you guys when he got called up last season or he was he was huge for us he was what a sixth seventh goal he called up for us so but he as soon as he stepped in he he gave us confidence he he kind of took over we didn't really know what to expect but he's he had a lot of success with us you made our team better but he's really mature as well he's beyond his years the way he prepares the way he takes the game seriously it's pretty incredible at his age and you know he has a bright future we just want to surround him as well as we can and you know let him be the the star he's going to be I just curious in your room last year when all that stuff was going on with the goalies engage kept on getting hurt and things were going on what were you guys all sing to each other about what was happening I mean it's not something we control we like it was tough scene never knowing who is who is going to be the next goalie I mean when you go through seven or eight goals I think we went through last year and I think we tied the record seven before Christmas pretty pretty crazy like you're not even halfway through the year when you don't even know who is who you're going to be for the rest of the year so obviously it was tough but for us didn't really change I mean we were going out there complain we don't control really who's a net or I mean at that point is guys were fallen down like flies so it was tough but I guess we found a way to a focus and and you know make a push in the spinal tap drummers Philadelphia Flyers goaltenders it was it was quite the scene last year really quick Amazon high amount of fantastic season for you guys last season who did as members of the media who did we miss talking about like in your room who did you say or look at it and say how come they're not talking more about this guy he's having a great season who was that guy in your room that didn't get the credit he deserved fixed Travis San Hose Robert hike he doesn't put the the numbers stats wise but he's he's really solid defensively I think he's tough to play against he's really Casa spare but those two guys San Hyman and Haggar are big parts of of our defensive squad and their two great players in different ways but reasons to talk about you good luck this season with the Philadelphia Flyers Sean thank you very much in October the month every team has hope but it's also time to start thinking about getting to and the rank yourself and there's.
"john goss" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Booking? We gotta go. Yeah. We're starting our own show called to people saying the exact same thing at the same time, we speak as one. Yeah. I mean. Yeah, I guess personalized or what if she's just changing all the characters names to the wondering. 'cause they're they're. So there are these personalized books that you can get that. The only thing that changes is like the names it's about like, the you're kids, and it's like prince we have Ramsey and Bogo together. Like, and it's like a story about Ramsey imbo playing together and learning to be friends and learning share and stuff, and it's a great gift will shout out to my friend Dickey who gave that to us. And then we stole that gift idea and start giving it out. So there are personalized books. Right. That you can get. But I like rewriting like literally, right? Yeah. I'm wondering if leg it's just the baron. Steam bears have been like slightly altered. Look like the family that she's giving it to that would have a weird effect on the kid. 'cause then you go to school like reading all these books. You think we're about fuck is this the great Gatsby that was called the great, Greg. Right. He's all right, whatever. Sure. A lot of people she buys gifts for naming their kid. Greg. Kim yet has been such pleasure. Having you here where can people find you? You guys can find me on Instagram and Twitter at the underscore underscore, red dot I put out COMEX every fucking day read on and they're very funny and some are trash trash I was going to say that. But now, and is there a tweet or other work of social media that you've been enjoying I have to and I hope that's okay because one of them is from a pretty popular person. Okay. So the first one is from Karen kill Gareth from my favorite murder. Yeah. But you know, she she is somewhat popular in Twitter. But a tweet that she had was they refused to chop, my wedge, solid. So now, I'm just sitting here in a silent hotel room sawing away at a quarter head of iceberg lettuce like a goddamn pioneer. And it's just the visual on that was so true so hard to cut, and then another one is from actually a friend of mine, he does COMEX as well, but he wrote one of your balls may hang blower, but the other one is closer to your heart. And he's at hot at hot paper comics, alright miles working people find you find me follow me on Twitter and Instagram at miles of gray, a tweet I like is from at Cam, rob. But it was basically a screen grab. I don't know if you remember John Gosselin from Jon and Kate plus eight but on. On his Instagram. It this is not even a joke. Instagram's has an Instagram and it says this is from over the weekend. It says chilies Cinco de mayo Sunday may fifth five pm tonight PM at the Chiles in Wia missing Pennsylvania. I don't even know if I'm saying that's that town right with John Goslin, and this motherfuckers DJ, -ing chill chilies, Pennsylvania, John Goss member John and Kate plus eight that reality show that people had all them fucking kids. That's he is he's a Chili's Cinco de mayo decent. And then her thing was just like, well, I know where I'm watching the Sixers game. Oh, man. It's like it. Just blew my mind is someone who watches trashing allergies right now. It's perfect. Isn't that just like peak? And it's weird. There's like a logo that just says like g with headphones on. But I don't know what that even me. I guess that's he's gangsta. I mean, look at that DJ dental. Yeah. Shot. A I mean, and you know, this ad part. Is I'm thinking he's on seraglio. So he kind of respects the the turntable ISM. I'm kind of mad. I was hoping it was CD Jays. But he's got like two twelve's and like a rain mixer. Maybe we have to go to Cinco two mile next year or wherever 'have follow Jon Gosselin ways. He verified and I'm not anyway..
"john goss" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"And they were all like, what is it for Damon one of the borne movie Damon? Yeah, he warned movie. Yeah. I think it's probably because he came out of the gate so big with goodwill hunting that it probably is one of the born movies. But who knows I'll tell you what? Now for me. At least. I'm just I pulled up his IMDB. I would say, you know, one of the one of his apex movies is talented mister Ripley Jefferson, moving great. He has supercrew you want a really hard one. Yeah. Dustin hoffman. See I think it's pre- Rainman all the president's men. I think it's twitchy. That's oh Tootsie hands down. It's twitchy. Yeah. That movie holds up so unscrambling. Well, by the way, that's Jessica Lang you talk about actresses that. Look their absolute best priming their career. Jessica Lang into. Yes. She was beautiful top of her powers. Yeah. Dustin hoffman. I saw the somebody said that's a good suggestion. John I can pronounce your name wrong. John. I think it's John Goss GIO Pacino in heat. Oh, yes. That's a good suggestion. That's also good for deniro. Okay. Deniro's harder. Deniro Kaz taxi driver is so good. And but but then the godfathers are like, you know, he's so young in the godfathers it while. That's okay. How about how about this for deniro casino? Too old to old. And casino. I think it is too old. So it's good fells. Yeah. It's gotta be gotta be goodfellas. It's gotta be good. Yeah. Yeah. No that's fun game. Yeah. We bring back. They do it. Every every time they do a movie they go through a series of if you're listening to rewatch Ables..
"john goss" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"It going the other direction is getting better. Or is it as a flattened out or or is it on known? I think that as I said, I'm cautiously optimistic or actually I'm very optimistic. I I wouldn't have said that this summer if you'd had me on pretty despondent. So, you know, I I think I think the elections were I think the the elections combined with what happened is summer sort of a game changer for us. Awesome. Well, thank you so much for coming out. Really? Appreciate you coming down from Annabel. But it's very nice of you to come on and time appreciate it. Very much. Thanks, John Goss, everybody, thank you very much for coming on and telling us all about what's going on with the water situation on well, I guess in the state of Florida that was nice, and I do wanna policy is to the Facebook watchers, and that's why you should always have the audio as backup download our app, which is free from the apple app store. And if you watch it on Facebook, we'll always reconnect and a couple of seconds. So we we apologize for that. But. Whatever they missed they go back and listen, listen info on the app. It never gets interrupted. When when we are feeding out the audio, but it is quite crowded down here. So sure that the WI fi is overloaded and right now, I think we're going to switch chairs in Beverly is going to grab that microphone. Dear. Yeah. Yeah. Beverly Milligan is here. She's she's kind of like a regular guest. How many times have you been on? Now. I think this is my third at least your third eye. I do the math. You know? How many shows you have and divide that out what my stats are compared to others? I think every time you rank. I think every time you come on. It's been a different subject. That's true. So real quick. I don't wanna get stuck on it. But very happy with the election. Yeah. Yeah. I think I think. There's a there's a new vibe on the island. I think everybody is feeling pretty positive, right? And and the voters spoke, right? And we appreciate you inviting us to do the the forum that was really cool. We met some nice people. And we'll we're happy to do it again. We're still thank you. They were actually serious serious various serious, right? And all the candidates were there. Yeah. And so now, the the other thing was you close down one of the organizations, right? And well, it looks like the Sarah taxpayers association will be dissolving. Okay. The Women's Club is a very very, very active and and going to be expanding because I can dedicate more time to it. So what's going on there? Talk about that. Real quick. Yes. Well, we've just launched a capital improvement campaign. And we what we're hoping to do is raise enough money to do a renovation. It's been, you know, well over thirty years since any any meal tangible work has been done, and we went up grade it. So of course, we haven't seen any improved technology or anything of that sort. And and you know, there's a stage there, so we're going to try and bring that back and restore the beauty of the building and expand on it. Well, great and you're here today. Today. We're gonna talk about something relatively new. Well, it to Singley. It's not exactly new right? It's the heart of the island. It's a renewed its renew. Yeah. Or shall we say, it's time has come. It has arrived. That's right. That's right. So so what is the heart of the island? So we back when when they were writing the comprehensive plan council in the town that time had envisioned a Pearl street to coda street as being the second tourist destination on the island. And so it's called the heart of the island was named that in the land, and it is the historic district for the island. So it's in that district that we are trying to preserve old old cottages old buildings and also also that's where the historic society is there's so much going on in that kind of the core of the island. Well, it's the best kept secret. It's. It really is. I mean in that district. We've got bay oaks community center. We've got the historic society. We've got historic cottage the library the library. We, of course, have Meyer side and many other amazing businesses taco as their Meyer tight sandy beaches there, but there's there's town town council. I mean, the town hall is in the heart of the island. So it was there. It was there. It was designed should be that second tourist destination and the stakeholders in the island that live and work in the heart of the island feel it's time has come. And how are you going to how is that going to be accomplished? So the first thing that we did was we reached out to businesses on the island and had a meeting and the first first meeting and that actually happened last may, okay? So we have been meeting fairly regularly all of the stakeholders and mapping out. Just how to answer that very question. It involves full participation, of course, of of the vision of the plan and the Fort Myers speech. You know, the town of Fort Myer speech. It really requires there investment and interest and participation to bring that forward. But it also involves stakeholders and is there going to be a brochure that gets developed. Yeah, right now one of the things that we decided to do and this is really important because. I could tell you where we are. But in terms of vision for the heart of the island the comprehensive plan really does a lot of that for us. It it said they wanted it says in right at school street. They want to they want to rebuild the arches there as the entry way to the heart of the island. Nice. Yeah. So that's the beginning. They wanna see consistent planting we hadn't visioned we've been working with Barbara hill and others to to bring in art to the heart art to the heart. There you go. I've never said that.
"john goss" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. A lot of good dirt on mytalk mytalk. Listen and learn. Let's like says very happy that so many people are watching the new movie bird box. Starring Sandra Bullock, however net flicks would like you to stop posting the bird box challenge. The bird box challenge is where videos and photographs are posted of people attempting various activities while blindfolded which obviously can be a safety risk especially at sea because. Yeah, you can't see so net. Flicks. Pleaded tweets do not hurt tweets. Please do not hurt yourselves with this bird box challenge in all caps. Lest you end up in the hospital due to memes. I just think, you know, this is a people to stop being stupid. I wish. Ow. Welcome to the world. Have you met people have? Win situation. Like, if you are the I don't feel like Netflix has to be the one to say stop doing it. Just say don't be dumb. Well, if you continue to read on this particular story, you'll see that people have noted that viewing has gone up since saving people to not hurt them. So I suppose so if one wonders if perhaps this is a delightful marketing boy, so far more than forty five million viewers have watched bird box. I watched in Holly. No me neither. I thought me did you watch. And it's like should you watch? It should I watch that. I watch it blindfolded. Yes. Actually, I would like to hear that experience. I'm not joking. Please do that for us. Ali and take video don't hurt yourself. Plus your won't Kevin Smith bringing back his characters Jay and silent. Bob Smith tweeted yesterday that a revote is in the works for this year with the first pre pre pre production meeting being held on New Year's day. And of course, the iconic duo Tom Price of Smith himself, an actor Jason mewes made their first appearance in the movie quirks and have appeared in several Smith movies, including mallrats dogma nj in silent. Bob strike back. I don't know what any of these. Clerk's they did clerk spanaway to Mike college. Roommate was I love Jiantang and. And do not expect that Affleck to make any appearance. That is a relationship that has gone, south snooty, boo. And finally now, I know that you guys were so excited about talking about the headliners for twenty nineteenth hotel music festival. So excited, but there's one Dame surprising name who's going to be playing hotel this year. And that would be it buff. He's going to be at Coachella claim. He's doing a DJ set up. Well, hey. Unbleached Coachella just got interest. Now. I wanna go Coachella. Yeah. I see where you're going there. Thank you. He's performing a DJ said Idris Elba, by the way is a DJ. He's gonna be it's gonna be playing the ones and twos. I just the one. I choose anybody else have a judgment against like celebrities turned DJ. I think the thing with interests elba's that he's it's in parallel worlds, where he's always gonna DJ. But yet he's also acted and vice versa. Paris Hilton stuff. Yeah. What's his name from Jon and Kate plus eight John Goss gossip? I don't know. All right. Well, we gotta go. Bye. Bye. Thank you for the update Honey dirt alert updates at the top of every hour. Us. Get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty four hour. And now the Colleen and Bradley show on mytalk, everything entertainment..
"john goss" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"All I ask because just the consideration. Yes. So Matthew people are dying to get your input because it is fantasy football playoffs this weekend. Appreciate you coming on. Are you ready? Yeah. Let's do it. Okay. Let's go Carlos in Burbank. Carlos your ESPN LA. What's up? Hey, I just got bit by that. Dell news, and I'm trying to feel inform. I'm gonna PR league. I've got Kenny stills Doug Baldwin or is eight Jones. Thanks for the help. What do you think there? People are in this pinch right now. Yeah. I'm I'm going to go with Doug Baldwin something. He's active like, you know, it's and we expect him to be, but you know, Baldwin going against San Francisco forty Niners struggle against the slot. So he's just also by the way, the best receiver my expectations. Kenny stills gonna be shattered by savior roads. Don't want a piece of you know, Zeh Jones, maybe, but they could be shattered. Darius slay. Right. So I mean, it's a it's not a great lot there as the gentleman knows. But I give me Baldwin. All right. Trevor Durham wants to know Jared Goff or drew Brees Jared Goff. John Goss wants to know he has to sit one of these guys Julian Edelman t y Hilton or Mike Evans. Wow. I think I'm actually sitting Mike Evans there. I mean, you know, listen on the road at Baltimore is is a tough place to play. And then you're not sitting. Baltimore you're not saying Ataman who's you know, just going against the sealers who are so brutal. Get slot receivers. And we saw canal two weeks ago. What Jared cook winds slot did last week? So you're not sitting adamant, and then it's it's y Hilton how you sitting t y Hilton it's the Cowboys, but you know. I was just looking at ESPN this morning like if a guy's being hurt and like, you know, even if he plays. What do you do you weigh in the idea that he might leave the game stuff like that? Well, sure, of course, it's you know, it's on. It's always on a case by case basis. There's always there's always risk reward there. But you know, TY health and missed practice almost all of last week. And then crushed said sort of in. That's kind of how he does it. They can't run the ball. They can't run the ball. And so Andrew luck is throwing the ball forty forty five times a game. And he's throwing it basically two people Hilton Eric Brown. So I mean, you know, I'd rather I'd rather the guy at home against the Cowboys the guy on the road at Baltimore's. Mike Evans is John mission. VA oh say hi to Matthew berry berry. What's going on? What's up? I'm gonna one point p p r I'm in pretty much one weeks on my team, if Colorado off, you know, been putting up average for I know, the new seed chains on wondering, I should stick it out them or maybe go back to the drawing board sees available on the fridge or hard to know without knowing who's on the free agent wire. Right. And so. So. Guess cow. Route off check my rankings on ESPN dot com. Like, I don't have a ton of confidence Akal route up, but there's not a lot of titans out there. That are great..
"john goss" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Ask because just the consideration. Yes. So Matthew people are dying to get your input because it is fantasy football playoffs this weekend. Appreciate you coming on. Are you ready? Yeah. Let's do. Okay. Let's go Carlos in Burbank Carlo show ESPN LA. What's up? Hey, I just got bit by that. Dell news and I'm trying to fail inform. I'm gonna pee PR league. I've got Kenny stills dead Baldwin or is eight Jones. Thanks for the help. What do you think? There. It's. In this pinch right now me, I'm I'm gonna go with Doug Baldwin something. He's active like, you know, it's and we expect him to be, but you know, Baldwin going against San Francisco forty Niners struggle against the slot. So he's just also by the way, the best receiver Mike spectators. Kenny stills gonna be shattered by Avia roads. Don't want a piece of Zeh Jones. Maybe but they could be shattered. Darius slay. Right. So I mean, it's a it's not a great lot there as a gentleman knows. But I give me Baldwin. All right. Trevor Durham wants to know Jared Goff or drew Brees Jared Goff. John Goss wants to know he has to sit one of these guys Julian Edelman t y Hilton or Mike Evans. Wow. I think I'm actually sitting Mike Evans there. I mean, you know, listen on the road of Baltimore is is a tough place to play. And then you're not sitting Baltimore. You're not seeing Ataman who's you know, just going against the sealers who are so brutal. Get slot receivers. And we saw key now two weeks ago. What Jared cook winds in the fought did last week? So you're not sitting adamant, and then it's it's t y Hilton how you sitting t y Hilton any it's Cowboys, but you know. Guy. Like, I was just looking at ESPN this morning guys being hurt. And like, you know, even if he plays. What do you do you way in the idea that he might leave the game stuff like that? Well, sure, of course, it's you know, it's on. It's always on a case by case basis. There's always there's always risk reward there. But you know, TY Hilton missed practice almost all last week. And then crushed sort of in. That's kind of how he does it. They can't run the ball. They can't run the ball. And so Andrew luck is throwing the ball forty forty five times a game. And he's throwing it basically two people Hilton Eric Hebron. So I mean, you know, I'd rather I'd rather the guy at home against the Cowboys. Then the guy on the road at Baltimore's. Mike Evans is all right John mission via say hi to Matthew berry. But berry what's going on. What's up? I'm gonna one point p p r I'm in pretty much one weeks on my team is called know. You know, been putting up average for I know the new seed chains on wondering evening, I should stick it out. Then we're maybe go back to the drawing board sees available on the free HR. Knowing who's on the free agent wire. Right. And so I guess cow. Route off.
"john goss" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast
"Everybody advance selling podcast. We got a crowd. If you haven't heard that, we've got a crowd. We are the longest running sales training podcast in podcasting history. My name is Brian Neal, Bill Caskey. We've been doing this for a long time. We're in front of a live studio audience, welcome through audience. Salo people. You've heard us talk before about bringing us into a podcast, and now there's proof that we actually do. The problem is we had to pay them to do it. So we're really gracious. We've got our host here with us. If you are interested in bringing us in just shoot us an Email listener, advanced selling podcast dot com. Put in the subject line come see us and we'll come out to your company. Do one of these alive recording deals, really fun. Good content, one fun. So this podcast is brought to you by apex apex is host today, and there are national leader and benefits you can find out more about apex apex BG dot com. They work with companies with a hundred -ployees and more and bring a lot of new thinking into their clients about healthcare costs and employee wellness. John Goss Scott long, the people, apex you can find out more at effect speed dot com. Thank you for having in today, really, really great group and we're live at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway now. Not everyone knows that we live in Indianapolis, but those that do and those people that have been Indianapolis. During this, what we call the month of may know how big a deal this is and how exciting time it is, and I'm a huge fan of coming forever. They went to my first race when I was nine actually crawled up a pine tree. Because my dad was cheap to buy tickets. So we would just go sit out in in the those old seventies lawn chairs, and I'd have to climb up the tree to see any cars at all. I remember back George. No, no. In the in the infield own. The. Just to the climate pretty out for you. Over. Yeah, very, is feet up case on at a transplant so, but that was always fun. Just wait till my dad had forty beers passed out, watch that. He drove home, which is how you did it back in the seventies. Right? So we did. Mattress exactly what was always fun to have him walk. Walk me through the old snake pit. From back in the seventies, we saw things a little kids shouldn't see. Best we're pulling it and I thought this is an interesting little dynamics. We've got some really cool tickets. So you've got the ticket on your lanyard today. And I noticed when you have really good tickets for an event and you're going to security your extra proud to show it to them, aren't you? Everyone's holding up their ticket like, yeah, yeah, go, I'm going to the pagoda. You got general admission your, I'm in the grass man. That was kind of interesting thing. So really happy to be here. All right. So our task today is we're going to talk about old selling and new selling. Yeah, can you hear me okay? Yeah, he's fine ole selling a new selling. The idea here is that selling his change anybody in the room think that selling hasn't changed in the last ten fifteen years. I mean, it's really, it's really different. I don't know that it's harder. I just think it's different, very different. So we're going to each take two or three things that used to be that aren't anymore. And things that we think should be to help you all generate more business, generating more customers. We had a chance to talk to a lot of the people in the room today. Before we started a lot of people in new business generation. There's a lot of new business. Developers here. So some of the things we're gonna talk about here. So yeah, as a listener and someone sitting in the audience, what we'd ask you to do here, I think, is to do a bit of a back of the napkin analysis of where you are. Because if you put these things on a grid, say, okay, the old way on the left the new way on the right. If you plot yourself on that grid, it can be really telling it's like a self assessment. Oh, man, we're good at these things. We're pretty modern. We're kind of behind the times over here. We also have to warn the people. We are actually sitting right next to the garage in the Motor Speedway. Next to gasoline alley. There may be a car that revs up. It'd be a first for the advancing car in the background would probably just let that roll so. Okay. You wanna go first. Yeah, my first one is it feels to me like it used to be that the more enthusiastic you were the more likely were to make sale. And the notion of be eager, enthusiastic, be positive. When you talk to your customer and I don't know, I think you have to be positive when you when you think about. Your product and your value and your service? I don't know that outward positive ISM and enthusiasm is all that. It's cracked up to now because I think a lot of times we've all been with sales people who are trying to sell us things and they're just a little too eager. Yes. You always wonder God of things that bad, or was there an extra margin on this account? Is this like fat flashback Friday, and I'm getting. So I think that this enthusiasm thing has played its has played out. I think you have to be enthusiastic for what you do, but I don't think you show agree. I had sales. The first person I ever had fire as sales manager, which was just horrific. Was one of those guys overly positive, you know who he is. He used to say the day. I said, how you doing today? He goes, I'm finer than a frog's hair split three ways. I'm like, oh my God. I got to. So maybe it's too much. Anyway, I know one you do. I'm not gonna. I'll tell you start with. No, don't don't. Yeah. Okay. Here's one of my. There's a debate going on about this right now and it is outbound versus inbound. And the old school thinking was outbound. So it's how many calls I can make day how many doors I can hit and that sort of thing. Now, the new thing is inbound calls create content to a podcast Lincoln draw them in. I think both of those are wrong. I think it's any bound. I don't think matters anymore. What matters is that you are out somewhere that you're bound somewhere moving outward, great, your any bound. And I think in the past we had to choose one of those and I think we need to do them both. I think you just need to be out and about. I had a training session just this morning to great stories. One of which were someone was this woman calling works for her physically. She goes out, she'd been doing it for thirty years and she ran into a customer of hers that she had seven years ago. It used to be your biggest customer completely right. Simply had no idea. This guy was that this new company and now they're talking about doing deal completely like luck, but gave us a chance to she was out. That's the main thing just be. So you're saying it's both? It's both. I think in the past was inbound now. Pass. It was outbound and inbound. I think it's any bound now. I think that's a new way to be. Okay. I have one here that I think it used to be. We used to focus remember back in the remember the Fred Pryor seminars. Remember those things used to get those big mailings and we used to go to the thirty seven dollars always tried to sell you the other five thousand dollars. But Fred prion they used to always do presentation skills. That was where a lot of the focus was is in presentation skills. How do you present yourself? How do you speak? How do you run through power points? And I think presentation skills became so there was so much emphasis on it that I don't think we ever really focused on the pain finding skills, what's what's the, what's the current state of the customer that would cause them to want to do business with us? I think we were so anxious to get to the presentation because that we thought it was such an important thing and it really wasn't now. And to me, that's the way it's changed is that I don't think you need all that great of a presentation. If. Have really found the problem assessed it. You've monetize it. You know that if they don't solve the problem, it's going to cost them five hundred thousand dollars a year not to solve it. You don't have to be a very good presented to make that make no sales and one of the great things that happens on the podcast. Sometimes as we have the same thing written down, we did just about number two right there. Now what I wrote a slightly a little at. Addition to that, and that is be a teacher, not a presenter also come to your turn to say something you need to be teaching educating people versus presenting. So like our friends at apex health healthcare in the US dobacco it's a mess I need taught. I need educated sold to present to. I need you to come with manager to guide me that sort of thing. So it's a good thing to put an greatest. Okay. My how much my teacher, how much presenter doing a lot of work with the challenger sale right now in the challenger sale is short some things. One thing that's good at it talks about teaching commercial insights that you need to know more than your customer knows about their business. Really, really the way that new sales is going these days. It's good. Yep. Third is this idea of what we're doing today. How many of you do looking at the crowd here? How many of you do content marketing? Any kind, whether it's blogging or linked or podcasting, okay. Half of, you know, little like a popcorn going up, raise my hand by else's, but you know, fifty ten fifteen years ago. It was really all about paid media. You'd have to go by billboard. You'd have to go do a radio ad. You'd have to go produce some kind of some kind of a production, but now it's all owned media. You own the media. And I always said that every person in here needs to have a media platform of some kind for us. It's podcasting, I also blog, Brian does a lot of Lincoln. So sometimes you can have two or three platforms, but you need a media platform, so you don't. You're not a hostage to. For example, if we went to w. x. NT we actually had a show w w x t. We have one TV radio person still alive is still there. Nobody's ever heard of him. So that was the only competitor to FOX nine, that's for sure. So so the point is that we had to pay them to be on. We paid them. I don't know, thirty thousand dollars a year to be on now. We don't have to pay. So the point is that if you're if you're owning your own media, it's a whole lot better than if it's paid. Okay. My next one. My next one. You've done some work on this Bill, which I really like in the old way. We hope that the customer chose us in the new way. We get to choose the customer and until you switch that mentality and stop running around praying guy that everyone chooses you. You'll keep showing up the old way. And I feel like that puts you in a disadvantage these days. The best sales people that I work with are selective about who they work with and why they work with them, and they have a criteria that people check boxes and say, yes, we want that. No, we don't. I've had. I had a client that shut down half of his business because it didn't fit anymore. He had a bunch of people off. He's built one of the great cultures businesses in our city and had a close half of it because he did the right thing, which was the customer wasn't right for him anymore. And he did that and a lot of guts to do, but I think it's a way to do it. So a good thing to ask yourself. If you're listening in the room, say how often playing they choose me and how often might choose in them and I love you move the needle over to choose. It's good. It's not an either or it's no, yes. So that's all I had one. Okay. Last one I have is price is a discussion. It's not a thing or a budget. So often we've been trained in the past and he's still here clients and say this whole time. Well, you talked budget and you talk budget budgets, limited thing, and buyers are so trained to not be honest with you. When you ask them when you use the word would just strike the word from your vocabulary. You don't see the budget anymore because when you do that, it's limited right instead, he used the word economics and it's a discussion. So the money part is a discussion. It's something you work on together. It's not a thing of budget number or finite element. I think that's a new way to do that. Discuss it through. In fact, I know that most of you have sales processes that you probably go through yourself or have your sales people go through, make sure that there's a portion of the sales process that deals exactly with what Brian's talking about here, not budget, economics, go back and change the take the word budget, output, economics, and there's two lakes economics. What's one leg anybody we're going to do a little. I know here we are with the crowd. What's one part of the. Nominates you need to know. That you want to know this part and parcel of them buying something from you and paying you money for the cost of what the cost of acquisition, the cost of what you do. If you're a service provider and you charge three hundred thousand dollars to come in and do an assessment, then that's the cost of of acquisition. But what's more important cost to the customer to cost of. Cost of the problem, the cost to the pain. They're fixing by bringing you in. Never be three hundred thousand dollar solution trying to solve a five thousand our problem because it doesn't work. That's when you get price pushed back and blowback. So make sure that part of your sales process, you have this economics or monetization, but there's two faces of that. What's the cost of your product of what's the cost? If they don't fix their problem, you get those two things lined up and you're gonna find that the cost of not fixing. The problem is a hell of a lot more than the cost of your product. And for to cost, you could be a lot of those things, so. All right. That's it. Some job today, take us out. Yeah, great time. Thanks again to the people at apex benefits group. You can find out more about them at apex BG dot com. And the good folks at apex John Scott Scott's not with us today, but I know he's going to be listening in. So we wanted to shout out to Scott. 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"The kenyan amid region ryan walsh's the sports director here at the gia habuba and i we got a lot of sports to cover ryan before we do that how you doing a marina will you could use a hats even other net we're doing ironically is harvey addy huttee i'm sorry how you say hottie hatay mike ways nora had we had a farewell tour for mike ways nor a lead on friday night and if you're in my blog i um addressed and michael is has been a referee i didn't even know i didn't catch how many years history forty years thirty plus years yes in forty years and he was airs brothers ate he's a big rough also as brother ron was that he was a rough for a long time and the old man mr wise nora think it was mr paul whereas nora or as a i knew him around monster for many years from now on this family for a long time and they're good people laura wise nor was there are actually lorsa montell she married larissa model was nor sister mary larry samano and then mike in larry would go out and not rough games for many years so it was a bittersweet farewell because there was always can of a highlight when wise nor was doing a game and you would hear me and him yelling at each other i would they asked me to tell story and i tell the story that microwaves nor would be doing a game and he'd be running up and down on the floor and i'd be sitting there at center court wherever the game i pee you know one announcing the game and he would be running back and forth and he and i would be holding a conversation while he was roughing the game and i was announcing the game and uh there were uh carson cunningham campus doing and all we were really trying to do was ogrin illiberal curse india to establish uh where we were going to go after the game with a at one of the highlights of going in announcing games for me was to meet up with mike boyce roar and john goss afterwards and talk and have some some cold ones nb simpson would come out sometimes and gusts died this year over the winter and then why zara said that's about it.