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Ted Koppel's Final Words in Broadcasting
"Dead couple was so pissed off at ABC News for dumping him. And in his final broadcast, after more than 25 years in that seat, he asked his fans to give one of his successors Martin Bashir Cynthia mcfadden and Terry Moran, he said, give him a fair break when they start this new show on Monday. If you don't get copper said, I promise you the network will just put another comedy show in this time slot and then you'll be sorry. That's what Ted Koppel stood on the air.
The Three Trashy Women Who Damaged NYC Bel Fries
"July 3rd, pearl azoria, 27 to Terra Valencia 25 and Tatiana Johnson 23 were asked to pay a dollar 75 for extra dipping sauce. The women went ballistic, tearing down the plexiglass COVID guard along the counter, ripping out the cash registers, hurling glass bottles and stools, one of the employees needed a staple in her head. After being struck by one of the cash registers, she hasn't been able to leave the house since the attack. Fry cook Rafael Nunez, who captured the insanity on his cell phone, said, I felt so angry because I couldn't do anything. These are ladies, I had knives in the shop, but I can't use those. Yeah, look what happened to Jose Alba. He used a knife to defend himself and they hauled his butt off to jail. The assistant district attorney Kelly Moran requested grand jury proceedings for placencia and Johnson and the two women are due back in court next month. Yeah, next month. Now they're home. Party and having fun and probably laughing at the system that encouraged them to do this in the first place. One of the women is apparently still behind bars. You know why? Because she allegedly hit a police officer while she was being arrested. Yeah, what nice nice girls. Kind of girls you want to bring home to meet mom and dad. Just trash. Just trash garbage.
Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead
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Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Morant, Grizzlies 142-112
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Warriors rally after Green ejected, beat Grizzlies in Game 1
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Grizzlies rally past Wolves 114-106 to reach 2nd round
"The the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies clinch clinch clinch clinch a a a a spot spot spot spot in in in in the the the the Western Western Western Western Conference Conference Conference Conference semi semi semi semi finals finals finals finals with with with with a a a a one one one one fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen to to to to one one one one oh oh oh oh six six six six knocked knocked knocked knocked out out out out of of of of the the the the timber timber timber timber wolves wolves wolves wolves Desmond Desmond Desmond Desmond bane bane bane bane and and and and Dillon Dillon Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks each each each each chipped chipped chipped chipped in in in in a a a a team team team team high high high high twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three for for for for Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis which which which which overcame overcame overcame overcame a a a a ten ten ten ten point point point point fourth fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter quarter deficit deficit deficit deficit to to to to rally rally rally rally late late late late and and and and secure secure secure secure the the the the win win win win John John John John Moran Moran Moran Moran scored scored scored scored thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen of of of of the the the the seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half to to to to move move move move the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies past past past past the the the the first first first first round round round round for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen the the the the winds winds winds winds were were were were pretty pretty pretty pretty ugly ugly ugly ugly outside outside outside outside of of of of game game game game two two two two but but but but we we we got got got it it it done done done and and and you you you know know know that's that's that's all all all we we we can can can worry worry worry about about about now now now Anthony Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards Edwards had had had a a a game game game high high high thirty thirty thirty for for for the the the Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies advanced advanced advanced to to to take take take on on on Steph Steph Steph curry curry curry and and and the the the Golden Golden Golden State State State Warriors Warriors Warriors I'm I'm I'm Danny Danny Danny cap cap cap
Morant's last-second layup gives Grizzlies 3-2 series lead
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Grizzlies claw back from 26 down, beat Wolves in Game 3
"The the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies stormed stormed stormed stormed back back back back from from from from a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six point point point point deficit deficit deficit deficit to to to to beat beat beat beat the the the the Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves one one one one oh oh oh oh four four four four ninety ninety ninety ninety five five five five Desmond Desmond Desmond Desmond bane bane bane bane made made made made seven seven seven seven three three three three pointers pointers pointers pointers and and and and had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six points points points points guiding guiding guiding guiding Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis to to to to a a a a two two two two games games games games to to to to one one one one series series series series lead lead lead lead as as as as an an an an emotional emotional emotional emotional win win win win on on on on you you you you know know know know so so so so you you you you know know know know take take take take tonight tonight tonight tonight to to to to enjoy enjoy enjoy enjoy it it it it for for for for sure sure sure sure owned owned owned owned sure sure sure sure the the the the film's film's film's film's going going going going to to to to be be be be good good good good and and and and bad bad bad bad tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow you you you you know know know know we'll we'll we'll we'll be be be be able able able able to to to to see see see see a a a a little little little little bit bit bit bit of of of of both both both both Brandon Brandon Brandon Brandon Clark Clark Clark Clark scored scored scored scored sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen of of of of his his his his twenty twenty twenty twenty points points points points in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half for for for for the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies who who who who also also also also received received received received a a a a triple triple triple triple double double double double from from from from John John John John Moran Moran Moran Moran the the the the all all all all star star star star finished finished finished finished with with with with sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen points points points points ten ten ten ten rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds and and and and ten ten ten ten assists assists assists assists d'angelo d'angelo d'angelo d'angelo Russell Russell Russell Russell had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points and and and and eight eight eight eight assists assists assists assists for for for for the the the the walls walls walls walls but but but but Karl Karl Karl Karl Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony towns towns towns towns chipped chipped chipped chipped in in in in just just just just eight eight eight eight points points points points game game game game four four four four is is is is Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday in in in in Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis on on on on the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry
Grizzlies rout Timberwolves 124-96 to tie series at 1 apiece
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Timberwolves stun Grizzlies, grab Game 1 with 130-117 win
"Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards scored scored scored scored thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six points points points points to to to to Karl Karl Karl Karl Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony towns towns towns towns had had had had a a a a double double double double double double double double as as as as the the the the Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves knocked knocked knocked knocked off off off off the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen in in in in Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis towns towns towns towns had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine points points points points and and and and thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds for for for for the the the the wolves wolves wolves wolves who who who who opened opened opened opened with with with with a a a a night night night night to to to to run run run run and and and and led led led led by by by by as as as as many many many many as as as as thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen in in in in the the the the opening opening opening opening half half half half this this this this is is is is the the the the team team team team when when when when this this this this happened happened happened happened because because because because all all all all of of of of us us us us came came came came in in in in today today today today with with with with the the the the one one one one goal goal goal goal in in in in mind mind mind mind and and and and I I I I was was was was waiting waiting waiting waiting I I I I thought thought thought thought we we we we played played played played a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of winning winning winning winning bass bass bass bass but but but but we we we we did did did did a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of little little little little things things things things that's that's that's that's needed needed needed needed to to to to win win win win all all all all and and and and we we we we should should should should be be be be very very very very proud proud proud proud of of of of our our our our performance performance performance performance Malik Malik Malik Malik Beasley Beasley Beasley Beasley had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three points points points points and and and and Jaden Jaden Jaden Jaden McDaniels McDaniels McDaniels McDaniels fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen to to to to help help help help the the the the Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves Timberwolves grab grab grab grab home home home home court court court court advantage advantage advantage advantage for for for for Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis John John John John Moran Moran Moran Moran led led led led the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two points points points points and and and and eight eight eight eight assists assists assists assists while while while while Dillon Dillon Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks added added added added twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four points points points points game game game game two two two two is is is is Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Ja Morant returns to help Grizzlies rout Pelicans, 141-114
"John John John John Moran Moran Moran Moran returned returned returned returned to to to to the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies lineup lineup lineup lineup and and and and furnish furnish furnish furnish twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one points points points points and and and and nine nine nine nine assists assists assists assists in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven minutes minutes minutes minutes of of of of the the the the one one one one forty forty forty forty one one one one fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen laugher laugher laugher laugher over over over over the the the the pelicans pelicans pelicans pelicans Moran Moran Moran Moran was was was was activated activated activated activated after after after after missing missing missing missing nine nine nine nine games games games games with with with with right right right right knee knee knee knee soreness soreness soreness soreness Memphis Memphis Memphis Memphis had had had had seven seven seven seven players players players players score score score score in in in in double double double double figures figures figures figures led led led led by by by by twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three points points points points from from from from Dillon Dillon Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks at at at at twenty twenty twenty twenty for for for for Brandon Brandon Brandon Brandon Clark Clark Clark Clark off off off off the the the the bench bench bench bench the the the the game game game game got got got got out out out out of of of of hand hand hand hand as as as as the the the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies Grizzlies lit lit lit lit up up up up the the the the pelicans pelicans pelicans pelicans for for for for fifty fifty fifty fifty five five five five points points points points in in in in the the the the third third third third quarter quarter quarter quarter alone alone alone alone CJ CJ CJ CJ McCollum McCollum McCollum McCollum was was was was high high high high man man man man for for for for New New New New Orleans Orleans Orleans Orleans with with with with sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen points points points points I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Grizzlies beat Warriors 123-95, tighten hold on 2nd in West
"Desmond bane help the grisly solidified their hold on second place in the Western Conference with a one twenty three ninety five win over the third place warriors Bain was one of three Memphis scores to reach twenty points finishing with a team high twenty two everybody eats you know I mean we we got a bunch of dudes playing well right now and you know I think it's because the ball's movement and everybody's everybody's making eight making a they place Dillon Brooks and De'Anthony Melton added twenty one points a piece for the Grizzlies Jordan Poole scored a game high twenty five for the warriors who played without star and Stephan curry Klay Thompson and Draymond green Memphis star John Moran sat out the fifth straight game with a knee injury I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Bane leads Grizzlies past Nets as Irving scores 43 points
"Desmond bane scored nine straight points to allow the Grizzlies to pull away in the fourth quarter of a win over the nets one thirty two one twenty one office of income moving the ball kept playing confident playing downhill you know I made the plays down the stretch to win a game it's so great when the F. A. Melton match Baines twenty three points while Dillon Brooks finished with twenty one is Memphis played without leading scorer John Moran the Grizzlies wasted a double digit lead in the second half before outscoring Brooklyn twenty nine sixteen in the fourth quarter Kyra Irving led the nets with forty three points while Kevin Durant finished with thirty five Duran also grabbed eleven rebounds for the nets who learned that Irving can play the remainder of their home games this season I'm Dave Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports
U.S. Senate Passes $1.5 Trillion Gov't Funding Bill With Ukraine Aid
"So I want to get into a story here that broke late last night. The United States Senate has approved the $1.5 trillion spending bill that expands the power of the IRS and dramatically increases the size and scope of government last evening, but also it sends $13.6 billion to Ukraine. We're going to get into that. Now Senate Republicans voted for this 18 of them voted for it. Senator barrasso from Wyoming, Roy blunt from Missouri. Shelley Moore capito from West Virginia, Susan Collins from Maine, John cornyn from Texas, Joni Ernst from Iowa, Lindsey Graham from South Carolina, chuck grassley from Iowa. Kathy Hyde Smith from Mississippi, Mitch McConnell from Kentucky. Senator Moran from Kansas, Lisa Murkowski from Alaska, rob Portman from Ohio, senator Shelby from Alabama, John thune from South Dakota, Tommy tuberville from Alabama, a senator wicker from Mississippi and senator young from Indiana. Approved Nancy Pelosi's $1.5 trillion omnibus bill. What good are Republicans when we have Republicans doing the work of Democrats? So I want to focus on one part of this, which of course is us spending $13.6 billion to Ukraine. Now, I'm not going to get into whether or not we should send the money. I've already made my position clear on that. I'm going to ask a couple of questions about this. How about leaders thought this through? What does success look like with this sort of funding appropriation? What is an acceptable result? So a rational way of going about spending money, any person that we have here at NRB would ask the question before you spend $13.6 billion before you embark on a mission, you just have to say if it's the right or wrong thing to do, but also weigh the reality of pulling off that task. And the track record associated with the entity or the organization proposing it. So I have a question for all of our listeners that support sending money to Ukraine. Do you have trust in the CIA? Does mark milley and Lloyd Austin give you confidence? Because that's who we just funded. Does giving foreign aid to other countries give you confidence or does it give you skepticism? So just to be clear, these Republicans and a lot of people that are pushing for sending a to Ukraine. And it might be the right choice, by the way. I have said I don't believe it is. I could be corrected, but it's already
Rockets beat Grizzlies 123-112 to end 12-game losing streak
"The rockets it dropped twelve in a row before Kevin Porter junior Christian would carry them to a one twenty three one twelve win over the Grizzlies Porter scored twenty two of his twenty nine points in the second half nineteen in the third quarter if I had time it should be out has no chance unless you must trust that you shoot in US I came out of very aggressive third quarter in the south's fall would deliver twenty points and thirteen rebounds for Houston which trailed by ten at halftime what is scored at least twenty points in three straight games Jaylen green added twenty four points and eight rebounds in the rockets first win since February second Desmond bane scored twenty eight points and John Moran at two twenty two with six assists for mantis Maranta scored at least twenty points in twenty three games I'm the ferry
Tatum nets 37, leads Celtics past Morant, Grizzlies 120-107
"The Celtics overcame a game high thirty eight points from John Moran to defeat Memphis one twenty one oh seven they have won twelve of thirteen Boston had a weapon of its own in Jayson Tatum who scored thirty seven who are trending in the right direction indeed especially this time of season just tryna find a way to be the best version of ourselves going into the playoffs leading fifty forty five at the break the seas opened up a sixteen point third quarter lead the Grizzlies pulled within nine in the fourth but Boston found another gear with a nine one spurt to go up one eighteen one on one with a minute to go for Memphis this was only its third loss in its last eleven games I'm Bruce Morton
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree a big showdown of the NBA's Eastern Conference Monday as Miami top Chicago one twelve ninety nine Tyler hero with twenty points and six boards off the bench for the heat now forty one and twenty one on the year also in the east Milwaukee scored forty four second quarter points in a one thirty one oh six win over the Hornets Yanis answer to Kubo twenty six points and sixteen boards out west Memphis got by the spurs one eighteen one oh five John Moran pulled in a Grizzlies record fifty two points Minnesota Orlando Toronto in Sacramento also one in the NBA Monday in college basketball top twenty five matchup in Austin went to third ranked Baylor as they toppled twenty first ranked Texas sixty eight sixty one in the NHL Toronto got by Washington five three behind thirty saves from goalie Petr Mrazek and baseball's ninety day labor standoff continued Monday as locked out players in Major League Baseball met throughout the day and early into Tuesday morning in an attempt to come to an agreement to save opening day I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
" moran" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Their house on raw estimate which is about eight blocks away from from where the restaurant was restaurant was on saint louis street avon thing louis read so he had that restaurant until one thousand nine hundred fifty four where he actually opened up la louisian- which was just about three blocks away on arbitrary and that was his dream of opening up. Louisian- is a restaurant similar to like allies on. Antoine's thing about new orleans rushmore. Where it's been around for over one hundred years so basically he was just a next owner okay alone in a restaurant and it was a restaurant before he owned it and then they sold it to him and then after my grandfather died them offals picked it up and they carry it on for Until the late nineteen ninety s uncles. Did you know. And they opened up several more. After that. that was his dream to have lalu eon and when he did tom he opened up louisiana. He was in full bloom as far as in his life. He had a circle of celebrities in boxers and and people that he thought he was a celebrity himself. He was he was at his own way. So here's what you gotta tell us about the diamonds and the meatballs. You gotta tell us about that okay. So it's in the book. Basically my grandmother would make all the meatballs and one particular day. Her wavering as she was rolling the meatballs up you gotta realize the meatballs will rolled at their house and then they were delivered by taxi cab and should make fifty at a tom and delivered it but after she had delivered him she realized wetering was missing while she went down to the restaurant and she told my grandfather. Hey i lost my wedding ring and one of these meatballs and we gotta find it right then. The light went on he goes no he goes. What a beautiful publicity mood. He's like look. I'll buy you a bigger and better ring. Don't worry about it and so that particular night. Somebody got a diamond. So that's when it started. It's in the book. Were found the first winter. Nineteen forty nine. And he gave away dominance in the meatballs until he died in nineteen fifty eight and he probably gave away at least one a week. Because i've found any advertisements because he'd always advertise before he would do it. The draw people in and then after the winner he'd have the winner in the paper the following day. He's a master of causing spend a dollar to make a dollar right. Yeah okay. He was spending a dollar to make ten dollars. I gotta feel it a little. He was he was a master publicist. Hire him to promote by podcast. Give one of those guys so you know. I see some of those pictures picture in here on the front page. I held that up once so folks can see what that looks like but let me get that over in front of it but see those glasses there. Those are all diamonds on that and he's got diamonds on ever hand. He's got diamonds everywhere. He was like cloak.
" moran" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee found a funny story. And it's in the book where i'm a grandfather was actually refereeing. The fight for pao moran is friend and a report came. Up comes to this. Hey what are you doing. A referee and his fight in that. And your brother you know. Relative says no. We were both italians. We have different names. i'm cotton and his name's miranda and people even challenging them accusing him. You know being his brother where he would fight would be rigged or something like that. So that's kind of where. His boxing career win interesting. Without the prohibition came along and i believe he Did he gives that when he first got into the restaurant. Business was during prohibition an interesting fact is he didn't opened his first restaurant. Nineteen forty nine. Oh that's right. You said that i'm sorry. Go ahead for all of his associates. And you know whether you're along or any you know mobster frank castillo. All the circle of friends that he met were prior to nineteen forty. Nine because so much was documented. He had to speak easy and he got rated in and he went to jail and he was involved with you along and all those people so he met them through through his speakeasy which got rated nineteen thirty three. I don't know if you want to get into it now..
" moran" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some <hes>. Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee
" moran" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective jerry. Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article..
" moran" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Mega Moran from Marymount University with US talking about the project that you actually got to present with Sky Donovan. Who's no stranger to this show at education leadership conference just a few months back? You know what were some of? What some of the feedback. Because that's gotta be pretty I don't I don't know I would be intimidated. Someone like yourself. You know in in in academics now standing in front of a room full of people who might have been doing it for ten twenty thirty years but was it like presenting to To your colleagues in that that's a pretty big stage. It was a big stage. I was really excited but five assigned may certainly helped as well. She likes alledgedly. She does but it was motivating and the group was really engaged about was helpful. Because I didn't have stairs looking back at me and I I you were there so I made it interactive too Because no one wants to sit and listen to anyone. Talks or right on forty five minutes or whatever so there was a lot of good feedback. I've actually received some emails from individuals. Trying it in their curriculum now and you know asking me some for some pointers so overall. I think it was very positive. Any of those jump to mind any any good questions or things that made you think. Because I'm sure there were some people who said. Hey I've never heard of this idea. But what if for did you do this or how about next time? Anything those things resonate with you. I guess one of the most recent ones that I've had is what if I don't have enough of this type of strength and my class to have each group hop one and when that happens as it does we just kind of ignore it and one doesn't have that shrank the weather you know the maximize the developer because again. It's making it realistic in some way you know every PT team you work on or maybe every healthcare team you work on. You'RE NOT GONNA have this beautiful mix. I drank so it's just recognizing that you have and then using that to the best of your advantage and that's probably the mix of the makeup of a of a good team is recognizing where your strengths are learning how to maximize those you. Did you did mention that earlier in this episode. Which is if it's not in your top five. It's not saying it's a weakness but we'd like you to focus on these strengths. These are probably the things that you're drawn to right. I mean you mentioned that. One of the the the the areas that domains was relationship building and not shocking students tend to have a lot of the characteristics of relationship building. So you know you're drawn to that these are the things that make you get excited and want to jump out of bed so play those strengths exactly and maybe Jimmy for your listener. Humping that might help them understand. Their strengths is is if they think back to like last week. Whether it's at all or work think about something that made you feel strong or accelerated and what that activity was and that might help you stand. What one of your strengths is? So whether it's being organized or Making new connections at a networking event and things like that. Yeah play that I like that. That's a smart all right so now this is completely completely personal to me. Is I want you to take a look inside my brain. I'm GonNa give you my phone five themes you tell me if it makes sense like I'm having my palm. Read by Mega Moran here on the show so mine fell into one two three domains I had. I had to strategic thinking which blew my mind. They were actually my first two strengths. I also had to influencing and one relationship building so we'll go we'll go in reverse order right five to number one one being my strongest. Is that how it works? Yeah okay number. Five in the relationship building domain. I had individualization. What's that mean? So individualization is and I'm going to read this directly from the Gallup so People exceptionally talented individualization theme or intrigued with the unique qualities of each person. They have a gift for figuring out how different people can work together. Productively I mean I guess I can see a lot of these are like also they make you feel good right because the first sentence is like people exceptionally talented. And you're like yeah that's me. It's like what I'm reading my horoscope. It's like a Scorpio is very. It's like absolutely I want to identify with that. I guess I can see this because a lot of my work is project based and typically. I'm working with people from a bunch of different areas and domains and skill sets and I do find it fun when we can make everybody fire on full cylinders. I I do like that. Yeah now what do you think could be like something that would see it as negative about home man flipside? I'm intrigued with unique qualities of each person. They have a gift for figuring out how different people worked. I don't know what could be the opposite of that. What's bad well bad but you people could perceive it or if you overuse that moving your other That you're sacrificing what the group needs for your own gain. I can see that alright yard so I'm starting to see the opposite or how it could be perceived in a different way so make sure that realize it could be looked at differently and to make sure you use that strength well number four came from influencing the number four number three both came from that the influencing domain four was communication. My Mom and dad are excited because it paid a lot of money for a degree in mass communication gland on their good yes So for the communication team and maybe here to Jimmy. We should tell people that these strength in other words are weird in terms of you want go into an interview and say oh well I have the strength of belief or the strength of command so if someone is using this they should learn how to describe these without necessarily using the word. That the Gallup okay team gives you but anyway for Communication. So you're good at conversation am presenting which definitely you are right. You the best two others and about Paul's right into your wheelhouse. I like it number three. This is a word that I love and I've used before but a lot of people don't know it wou- oh you're wonderful so yeah people be like what does that mean so you get satisfaction from breaking the ice and making a connection with someone. Yeah I actually just learned. Recently that stands for winning others over I was like that's who stands for and then it makes complete sense. Yeah I love that. I am the person that has no problem whatsoever at a party or event. I'm completely kind of in my element. That's fine for me so yes. This following list was not a shock. Now the next to my number one and number two strengths. Come from the strategic thinking domain. Which completely puzzles me because I do not think of myself as being strategic but I can see dots are like to say I can see dots I just. I don't think I'm the most organized. So number two is idea. What's that one mean? I am so I mean you're able to find connections between seemingly disparate phenomena? I can see that like randomly being radio. Dj who becomes a physical therapist and then he becomes a physical therapist radio. Dj those are. That's gotTa be right there. Yeah Yeah you're vaccinated idea. I am and the number one strength. I had couldn't be communication because that's number four on my list number one for me. Also forms a false in strategic thinking domain futuristic who right so futuristic individuals will strengthen energize others with visions of the future. Yeah I guess I could see that too. I'm always saying what if for how. `Bout we are. You know what we should do. Because I like how it says. They energize others with their visions of the future for me. When I look at something strategic I look at someone sitting there with planner alone and that freaks me out but you. Turistica highlights being energized they. Energize others with their visions of the future for me. It doesn't get fun into other people can see what I see and get excited about it absolutely and there was a great example of this with one of my students when I was speaking with him after the group work and he talked about using the futuristic talent with his patience and individuals that are really struggling to see what what their best beer they maximize their function. So I think that's a really important one for well done. I can see I can see. You learned a lot from using this just once in terms of a go around in school..
" moran" Discussed on KGO 810
"Moran I mentioned before the break that there's a a pretty weak attempt to debunk your incident your photos that it was some kind of a blimp or something in there the the role of the bunkers as you have learned is just throw something out there and see if it sticks to the to the wall and that's the explanation whether it fits the facts of the known facts or not it's the same thing like with the tic tac case you know it's birds you know so talk to me about you put your sat scientist hat on you analyze the available information you look at the photos a you figured out the flight path and everything and and the direction and you figured out what information you had you put it into categories what it is and what it is not I don't mean for you to go the whole list of of things out but give it give us a sense of what you conclude full I went yeah I went to the whole thing of literally plane blimps bugs birds you know drones medir is the the digit even things like because I know thank you all just digital artifacts or something and I think just kind of like which you mentioned with the Nimitz case what's interesting is that everybody forgets about the fact that there's actually a live person an observer seeing this so for some of these people to say all of the camera was creating a digital artifacts and that's what you picked up on on in the camera so then I would throw this so posture this to them I was there I was actually taking pictures of something there is actually something flying at well it wasn't a digital artifacts in the camera wasn't just taking pictures at the sky and the thing that I think was part of the thing that's important about the videos is that well in the picture then the videos of the pictures are sequence CCB objects move across the frame and you see the video even though the video is fuzzy ever you see the object also moved digital artifacts let's say like blemishes are burned out pixels and everything have a specific X. Y. cord that on the grid of the of the CCD chip they don't move across the frame so that I've debunk the bunkers as far as I'm concerned and everything else this is this is ridiculous and I will be swapped gas and everything else these are silent craft they were moving under their own control power you could sense intelligence in their movement that's beyond a doubt that I could see that first you know myself clearly and and then the details are just startling and I think this is the fact that like you had mentioned about the fact that one of the craft of damage I think becomes key and what happened when I revealed this you know when I by accident the space command and that's airforce space command well let's talk about that how it happened you kept this pretty close to the vest you early telling a few people from a class of people close to you and then it got out and suddenly you find yourself on the phone with who Stanton Friedman and also Bob would doctor but I would and some this is amazing up in this movie before I was space command was only thing sort of happened at the same time I the first person I talked to was actually my brother because that's like okay now all the sudden the your phone is no longer your phone he's a uniform resource and is the only person I knew the top two but there's a part of me who wanted to sort of scream it from the mountain tops all my god I've actually seen you think back to the real my gosh and then is that the probably like the military part of me and the party that grew up with a dad who worked in the sea I see in the counter intelligence corps that was like no you better be very very careful about what you say and what you reveal but and like mother told me about Stanton Friedman and it's ironic because I told Michael Stanton Friedman of all my gosh I know I remember that book there's a full circle that I won't spoil for the readers but it turns out that I already had met Stanton Friedman news on other people that I ran into in during my NASA career so all of a sudden I had to make peace with Stanton Friedman and and so I tracked him down I sent him an email the middle of the night and literally you that couple hours later just the first thing in the morning he responded and before you knew it we were on the phone we talk like all afternoon for several hours and I just laid out I should you know what you were stolen so we your actual you came and visited JPL NASA and we ran into each other and you were a bull in a China shop and all my gosh in low light I thought this a matter of you just laughed at that yeah you know like I can be gruff and all that I understand and it's all good and we found out you know two L. space people we just had a lot in common and we really really hit it off and then we just started sort of breaking down my encounter and what happened and and analyzing it and he said you know we gotta get Bob would in on this and so then he gave me a Bob was a contact information but then it's sort of the first **** in where I center realizing that be weird things and bad things were about to happen and I didn't I saw it but I didn't realize how bad it could get because I told my brother that I'd contact and he's like well what did you do that for I told you that there talk to anybody and everything's all on all but the Stanton Friedman is all yes but this is also state of US space command and every and that's a problem and with space command the way flashing back as far as how that got out it was I went to dinner with a friend and this person I showed the person of the of the pictures that I had this person had a fat someone in space command was family and then this person they had me come over to their house and before I knew it I was on space what was on facetime this they'll talk to to my friend and and I started talking and then also the turn out to be a family member and then that person put the space command person on this like so you're married to Nick who took pictures of this could you take pick up the phone please I don't turn it toward your laptop because I brought my laptop with me this site complies that okay sure you know I I didn't you know I didn't know a lot about space command and and who they were what they were capable of that the airforce space command so I know part of me didn't think it was a big deal part of me realize this is probably a really big deal date but this point I'm sort of stock so I turn the camera around and I showed them this is the one pictured two pictures the other pictures and then the video and of course just like yourself status for sixteen eighty could you show that one again and the man on it and on the desk you know you could see the details in his eye and the answer was just striking you're almost certain and I quote yep that sucker Israel all right here's what you can DO Marin and I close that you're gonna turn all this over to us and you're not gonna say anything to anyone and that and and right and I for the most part the first sentence freedom Bob would I kind of complied but things started getting bad really quickly because I tried to get the information to Bob would nothing worked I tried to email in the emails would go through I did postal mail descended on DVD it didn't go through I tried fed ex the fed ex just disappeared and it finally escalated the point where I just told them I go you know I don't know if we're gonna be able to keep trying everything that I'm gonna keep trying in the meantime the the the family members and other people that I know were putting pressure on me to turn over because I was I was having and hauling as your as your keys silently put it on turning over the information and actually handing over the actual original the pictures and the video over and because I realize what they did that I did know was going to happen next and it really would have the information so ultimately I sent them the pictures but I didn't send the video right away I heard on the video and I just sort of we sold and said the videos too big to send them having technical problems which they didn't accept they said we want the video they kept pushing pushing pushing so finally February second thank thank was right around there in late in the evening I went ahead I relented and eyes I sent the video and the next day I get a phone call from this person who's like a person email and phone calls like okay a family member who is the spouse of the space command person over her the statements that person saying that F. one eight are coming to your left what are F. one eight like I don't know did the person does not register F. one eight says beware of F. one eight like Hey I know the think of that F. one eight that was the way it was told to me I didn't put together first as I thought later on after I hung up maybe F. eighteens I would say teams come here and then later on that night my mom just stream Martin Lawrence come to the TV a CBS news has had their headline thing at eighteen that expressly landed at Bob Hope Burbank airport and it turns out that that was actually the second squadron that landed and that second squadron was interest was two planes two F. eighteen F. super Hornet and interestingly on the footage the news but as you can plainly see that one of the planes was piloted in commanded by a lieutenant you're gonna love this lieutenant Zachary murder face Sutherland and his pilot lieutenant he man Harris whatever that means but the real real interesting connection which didn't happen until December of that year almost eleven months later which is kind of interesting is that the there is the first squadron arrived in the morning that the news didn't report on but it was all over social media and that was that there were the squadron of four F. eighteens that had landed tired of that in the morning so the set the first the second squadron that I mentioned was fighting checkmate and they'd flown out from Virginia and that's the one that that the news reported on and supposedly NORAD made a statement that they had no it was unexpected landing and they had no comment on why they were there the first squadron that arrived in the morning and had received no media attention was the fire fighting red **** and does for planes three of them were labeled one was an unmarked gray plane that which only the letters and K. on the tail and the interesting thing the connection why mention that it's connected to December of of twenty seventeen is that those planes came from the minute they're fat across Kerrier I was gonna say I. F. eighteens as a naval naval plane mostly are I don't know if it's exclusively but and then on all those guys as pilots fighter pilots they're all got nicknames they they they are give each other so it's yeah yeah so they so the fact that that they would fly to at eighteen all the way from Virginia and then this this water from the Nimitz it was just you know this fascinating people come all the way out here well what I didn't understand was why why would they come out here what you know reviews St still wrestling with the question of he said like well what are these well you know what I think they were and I was still torn.
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"That was that was my first experience with voter fraud. Which thankfully doesn't happen anymore. Anyway, the bribing votes that doesn't happen anymore. So I worked at Dunkin donuts for less than for just over minimum wage, and I remember coming home one night, and I still had the smell of coffee on on my skin. I'm in bed. I'm just about to fall asleep and my door very quickly. I'm was violently opens. And it's my mom, and there's a quiver in her voice. And she says Ryan, you broke the washing machine. Now, I didn't know actually spoke to her about this last week because she saw one of my keynotes and. Last week. And she's like, you know, Ryan, you're broke. It twice. Did not know broke it twice. Apparently. There was a screw you had to screw in. I didn't know that was a thing. And I broke the washing machine fifty dollar pair. She claims she pays for it. I paid for it out of my tip Cup from Dunkin donuts, but the thing that stuck with me about that. Experience was my mom was so upset over this fifty dollar a pair because her back yet another month. And that was the moment I decided all right? I'm gonna limited life, and the reason I tell you that is because we all at some period in our lives had this shift where we were going to have a different life a different experience. And so we acquired certain skills to be able to do that for me that was Email marketing that was search engine optimization. And I went on the journey becoming an entrepreneur. But I don't know if you've had this moment yet. I hope you have it where you. You realize that the people who never graduate from that moment of I am just going to extract as much as possible, you really don't even like hanging out with them, and the people who put up shitty offers and drive a bunch of traffic to it and burn it and worry about the FTC coming after them and have sleepless nights because any other traffic sources could go away. You just realize that was never the better life that you wanted in the first place..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"You bully everybody else out of your way to the brand builder podcast. Presented by capitalism dot com. I'm max curric-, and I advise physical product brands to find their story. I'm Ryan, Dana Moran and invest in visible products. Brands, a physical products brand is arguably the most predictable path to seven figure business, and we advise them build them, buy them and sell them. The show goes behind them tracks their success in hand, you the keys to what's work. Let's dive in. Gang. I'm interrupting you briefly to talk about cash flow and investing my strategy for financial independence for the rest of my life is to build businesses and invest the profits. But the investing peace can be confusing sometimes where do you start? If you're just starting out in your journey. I always suggest looking into dividend paying stock. It's an easy way to generate cash flow. But if you're further along in your journey the foundation of my strategy is by setting up a wealth warehouse. A wealth warehouse is kind of like a second Bank account, except it's tied to the market. So it goes up in value. But it does not go down in value. It's a really cool strategy that a lot of my really wealthy friends use and Tony Robbins recommends this in his book money master the game as well. And the team that are used to set this up is wealth warehouse dot com. It's run by my buddy, Sam Prentice. He is the show. Sharpest person that I have met on this topic. He also has access to some really cool investment opportunities to buy cash flow as well. He's he shares them in some of the podcasts that we've done, but if you over to wealth warehouse dot com, or if you search for my name and Sam Prentice, you'll find any of the podcast that we have done together as well of some of the opportunities that are available when you deploy this strategy. It's who I use. He's one of our back room partners. And it's the team that I go to for some insider investment recommendations as well as setting up my wealth warehouse, which is the foundation of my strategy. That's wealth warehouse dot com. Further ado, please help me welcome. Mr Ryan, Morin guys..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Which can be opera -tunities missed or risks on avoided. The brand builder podcasts presented by capitalism dot com. I'm max Kerouac advised. Physical product brands to find their story. I'm Ryan Dana Moran and invest in physical products brands, a physical products brand is arguably the most predictable path to a seven figure business, and we advise them. They'll them buy them and sell them the show goes behind them tracks their success can hand you the keys to what's work. Let's dive in. Hey of quick note for you. Amazon sellers and brands who want to be on Amazon and haven't made it a priority yet. I am often asked about changes with reviews or changes with Amazon terms of service or change with what's working with ranking and all of that kind jazz. And I'm proud that. I have partnered with one of our back room members is name is Jeff he runs an agency that specializes specifically in optimizing your Amazon presence. So if you're a brand that is neglecting Amazon, and you've heard me talking about, you know, like, we know we gotta get this together. Or if you're an Amazon seller, and you know, you need to turn your attention to audience building and funnels and the stuff that is really going to grow your company. I would recommend that you give a quick shout to my boy Jeff at turnkey. Product management there at turnkey. Product management dot com..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"And that is when all of the stuff that we spend so much energy trying to learn and trying to figure out just becomes the thing that makes that even better. And that is when we start surrounding ourselves with team members and with partners who help amplify and bring to the world. What it is that we want to do. That's what it all comes together. That's how you build the life that you want. That's how you change your family and your community. That's how you actually create the ripple effects that matter because this world doesn't need you to reverse engineer some system it needs you to be completely lit up. It needs you to actually be free because that is how you create the life that you want for yourself. For everyone around you. And that is how you change the fucking world. Thank you. I love you. I support you. I believe in you. Thank you. Hey, thanks for listening all end it. It means a lot to me. Thanks for listening to these thoughts. And I would love to hear yours if you shoot me DM on Instagram. I'm at Ryan, Daniel Moran. Or if you're more of the Twitter type, I'm at Ryan Moran on Twitter would really love to hear your thoughts on today's episode. I hope it provided some freedom for you some freedom to build the business and the empire that you want. Not what I tell you you should build. Not what the case that is we feature here tell you should do. But what you want? What makes you happy? And I hope that our work moving forward gives you the freedom and the know-how and the people to be able to do those things. And now that I know what I want. I feel very very proud of what we're doing here at capitalism dot com. And very thankful to have you as part of the journey. I appreciate you. I'm rooting for you. Thanks for supporting the show talk too soon..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Take one win and stack it on top of others and build a real business because it's one thing to have a product it's another to build a brand Catherine took one and turn it into another. You're going to discover how Catherine gets celebrity endorsements how she gets influencers to freely share her products how she's attracted a great team, and how she is scaled from something that was a saturated market into something that really stood out from the competition had high price points in profit margins and created a lot of raving fans, you're gonna hear about how she built a community around her products that gave her all the social proof that she could possibly need to run great advertisements. How she runs cold traffic to her brands and how she has ultimately scaled into a company that is both profitable and makes her and her partner, very proud. So please help me welcome to the brand builder podcasts, the lovely, Catherine labor. Welcome to the podcast. I'm Ryan, Daniel Moran. Mexico, Catherine Lavely, you are legend in your own rights. I admire you look up to you as many people. Do you probably won't brag on yourself as much as I will brag on you very publicly by the world of 'em. So glad to have you. Tell me what about yourself co. You had a big day today. Tell me what happened. So I actually was on our marketing call when we looked at the sales, and we had this spike, and then with the rest of the marketing trying to figure out where the spike him from because sales sales where it's eleven AM in new six times daily sales, but no data where they're calling from just a lot of people on the site. And so then cume like looking at Twitter looking Instagram, and it felt like, you know, one of those like murder shows where it's like the red string. You're tying people together. That's what it started started from like, oh, this journalists from the New York Times tweeted this, and then and then I'm asking our customer support people if they had heard anything, and then they were like, oh, yeah. People were mentioning the New York Times. Okay. And then the mystery was solved. So somewhat of the New York Times out about you. You did not seek this out. Some someone of the New York Times Sistan was given our product and has been using it and like loved it and anything. Articles called five cheapest things that will change your life cheap ish. And that was this morning. Yeah. This morning. That's awesome. And this is not the first time that somebody has found your brand and shared it. And like a big name. I mean, I know I can say Damon. John Jamie, John has been very vocal about his support. I mean, we were onstage at capitalism conference last year and middle talking goes. Oh, hey, self cove point Steele. Right. So nobody else knew it was going on like do you want to explain what just happened? Taran? Yeah. So David John sees you from stage in the audience waves to you. And it's like a fan of yours. Right. And and has sent a lot of traffic in sales your way there. This is not this is not a unique scenario where somebody well known is using your stuff and sharing it. So why has that been the case? So we met Daymond at the shop five build a business award thing that we won so Weiss. Yeah. Yeah..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"We include this car that says take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live. We think it's a great way that we think it's a message that really embodies our ethos this customer frame did. And sent us a photo. And I love that. And so I've always kept it. And I think the one thing that we also do really well is we're human when you contact us. So if you if you shoot us a customer service Email because you're packaged didn't get to you. Or we messed up in some other way, we take responsibility for it. One of the metrics that we always track is how quickly do we respond to customers? We have weekly meeting about this. How quickly do we get back to you? If you Email us the worst it's ever been. It's been twenty four hours and the best it's ever been on average twenty four hours over the course of a week and the best it's ever been. It's about four hours of the course of an entire week. And when I say four hours, I don't mean for business hours. I mean, you Email us Sunday at midnight. We will respond to you within four hours. That's the best. That's ever been. Our goal is twelve hours. Also, Email us we don't respond with a zen desk. Like software response, we respond with an Email that looks like it's coming from g mail from someone sitting sitting in their living room responding to customer service messages because we want to put a really human face on our brand. And so we've intent shooed zen desk because it doesn't give us that human face. And we've done a good job of this. So these are word clouds that we sourced from Amazon of other brands and our own reviews. So if you look at old spice, it's got strong and lasts. And if you look at secret, it's got works and powder. Fresh Tom's is just a terrible rent. It's just bad. Don't use it. They have reapply in ineffective. Poor guys. But if you look at our they're really emotional, they're not they're not utilitarian like old spice. Look, we're owned by P and G. And so I love old spice as a result of that. But it's it's a strong and last secret is also P and G brand and it works, and and I'm sure it does. But ours are very emotional ours are lasting godsend a miracle. Unbelievable. Love save your best amazed. And it's because we've we've hornicek a brand to be intentionally human in a category that has virtually no human beings. And I think that's really why we've been so successful. What we've been doing? Moving forward. We know the opportunity ahead of us. Tide was tied was launched in nineteen forty six. I think in nineteen forty eight it became the number one selling category number one selling product in its category. It is not lost that mantle in nearly seventy five years. It's incredible. Every like it has an amazing amount of market share. And that is the company that we want to built that is like our north star. When I think about tied. I think about my mom doing my laundry and making sure that I smell good before. I go to school. It's not just a brand that resonates with me because it cleans my clothes, it makes me feel closer to my family. And that's the type of brand that we want to build here. We know we have that opportunity. We know we have a lot more to lose today than we did three years ago as well three years ago. We didn't have any sales. We were just shooting for a home run and willing to risk it all every time. We came up to bat today. We can't do that today. We've got a lot more to lose a lot more careful. It's why three years we haven't launched into a single new category. We're not crazy. We've thought about selling toothpaste we've thought about selling body, soap and bar wash and sun care and shampoo and conditioner all of those products, which we're we're going to get to we will be a mega-brand under the P and G portfolio. We just haven't gotten there. We're taking our time because..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"In any case. We've got one product we have a DOD rent. We sell it through one channel. So we don't sell on EBay. We don't sell on Amazon. We don't sell them any brick and mortar stores, we only sell it through our own website. And we sold in one country the United States, so we're really focused on what we do today in the history of CPG were pretty young company where three years or three years old. I launched the business in July of two thousand fifteen. We sold the first bar of native then and I was the only employee of the company for about the first twelve months. So I did all of our operations. I did all of our marketing I did all of our customer service during that first year we raised about three hundred thousand dollars. After we hired her first employees in June two thousand sixteen about a year later, we got our millionth customer and then in November of twenty seventeen we were sold to Procter and gamble. It was the first acquisition. They made in about ten years. And it was incredible. We ran a really competitive process. And you know, I remember when we were going through the process, I see I texted one of my investors are first investor. He's Asian guy named way go, and I was like, hey, I need to chat with you tomorrow. Because he didn't know what was going. We didn't keep them apprised of the process. And I said, hey, we need to chat with you. Do you have some time? And he's like is it urgent? Billion portent? And I said, yeah, it's really important. I'm gonna need you to sign some documents tomorrow. I gotta give you an update on the business. So I called them up told them what was going on. He was obviously, really ecstatic. We'd turned his fifty thousand dollars into a million dollars in about two years. But I'll tell you the line that he told me which I'll never forget my entire life. He's like the reason I couldn't chat is because I'm actually at the hospital. My wife is about to give birth to our first child. But this is the best news I've gotten all day. He's great. I love that guy. But in reality native started much like every other e commerce business started. It started on my dining room table. You know, the first day that we ever had any sales. I wrote thank you notes to all of our customers. I tweeted this image out to Ryan Hoover a product time thanking him for his support because we sort of launched through product times. But in reality only, the top five she paper here. Thank you notes. The rest are just blank. I wanted her company that see much larger than it really is. And so, and I could never write that many. Thank you know. It's like how many that is. So just took the rim of paper put it under the three. Thank you notes that I had tweeted it out. Much like most of you guys or the guys at least that didn't start on Amazon. We did our own fulfillment for my dining room table. This was after a few months of being in business. I'd hire task rabbit at this point. We'd have this many boxes, and then I'd like pack them into these white bags and carry them down to the local post office. And this is how we made deodorant in two thousand sixteen it was on another dining room table. And it was two women pouring deodorant by hand and in two thousand sixteen. We started seeing a lot of growth. So we bought a lot more dining room tables. And this is what our production facility. Look like there were more than one hundred people year pouring deodorant by hand. And we were making tens of thousands of deodorant bars every day, and this is what it looks like in two thousand eighteen so today, we have genuine equipment. We have process engineers, we have a real facility, we've we've invested capital. We're starting to grow up, which is really exciting. But. This is how our company has grown. It was insanely fast. We never had enough when we sold the business. We had probably eight or nine people on our staff. It's almost a year later. I think we have twelve people on our team now. So we kept things really lean. We kept things really efficient. We were generating. A lot of cash flow and things were just going. Really well. And when people ask me, how did this business grow so fast? We sell twelve dollar product online, and we offer free shipping..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"We want. What's up everybody? Ryan here today. I'm going to be joined by one of my advisers Sam Prentice, and I brought him onto the show because there's so much weird wacky stuff going on in the economy right now made my very bold predictions of what's going to happen to the stock market and very public about what the heck I'm investing in. But with all the crazy stuff going on the markets up the market's down there's a new tax law. There's government shutting down Sears is going. There's just so much going on that I wanted to have a little bit more of a sophisticated conversation about how this might affect you and me, and what the heck to do about it. So Sam is one of my advisers. He's somebody that I'm a client of Sam. So we exchange money for advice. I kiss not really for advice. But for for the application of some of the stuff that we both study on this topic. And we go deep into the weeds on this. But we. Tie. It all together at the end with some action plans that you can take. So if you can get through some of the deep nuances of the things that we go into about why the economy is doing the things that it does or how certain investments work if you can trudge through that we tie it all up with a bow here at the end. And I think you're also going to enjoy some of the predictions that we make about what things are going to go up. What's going to go down? And how that affects you. So enjoy this chat with Samp Renta's up one percenters. I'm Ryan, Daniel Moran. And this is the second hand Psomas man on this. This video podcast a lot right now. They did. Be the second hand man in the room. I didn't know there was gonna be award given us the handsome. Mrs cardboard cutout Ryan is already there somewhere rate was he is a great listener. Hey, so Sam is one of my economic advisors. You could say he's who I go to when it comes to buying cashflow comes to actually setting up the proper structure for my financial house is that if I say anything that would get me in trouble with the FTC. Can you warn me before you kicked out of the table little bit? Yeah. That'd be that'd be prepared to go. A little bit off the off the radar. I goal. We're not recording. This all this perfect. But today, we're gonna talk about cash flow. We're going to because biggest Sandison really really cool things when it comes to buying cash flow and structuring it in a way that is advantageous..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"I assume their job is to make sure nothing breaks make sure that the processes keep running and to improve those processes as much as possible, and you're looking at growth, what opportunities do you usually look for to add to a company in order to increase its profitability short short. So one of business comes through. So the number one question asked to a solar is would growth strategies, would you suggest for a new? Owner to implement that. You just did not have time to get to. And that question. Definitely sparks that true interest in me in that business. I bought a drop ship company of few years ago. The seller was the only one working in the business. He was managing the business, but he liked to play golf. So during the day. He would not even pick up the phone calls. He would have at least ten MS calls a day. And he was telling me about this. And I said why didn't you just hire a virtual assistant? And he said, well, I didn't want to trust someone else. Running my business taking the phone call seeing how they answered and so I just missed the calls, and I would either answer the next day or later on that evening. We all know that customers like to shop around and that just means that they moved on. All I did was when I took over the business. I hired a virtual assistant totter on the products. We saw a body forty percent increase in revenue in the first three months. I did not do anything else. Nothing else at all. That's all it took. Just just small things like that. I look at a website to see what their bounced rate is. If they're bounce rate is sixty percent or or really high. I look on their website to see why the website, you know, why the customers are bouncing off the website, I'll use the app or website, call heat maps or chose you sort of how the customer is moving their mouse where they're clicking.
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"This is Ryan Daniel Moran. Welcome to the one percent. I cut my teeth in this business in the internet marketing world by buying and selling websites. And the reason I did that was because websites have really low valuations as compared to cash flows, and they have kind of unlimited upside because you can change a few things about websites or just wet businesses in general in order to get the profits up. So he could buy up business for very little or no money, and then add some what I would call refreshing paint and carpets to it. Like changing the monetization or emailing the list or putting advertising on the site. And it could be really really profitable. And some of that is also true with physical products brands, which is why purchase them, and then I work. My magic to get them selling better on Amazon, or I E mail the list, or we new products all of that. Now, the reason I'm telling you this is because some of the world's richest people people like Warren Buffett don't start businesses. They buy businesses in they put them through their machine their investors. There investors that are following the cash flow, and they have the operations to be able to scale those businesses. What I really like about the internet version of this is that you can start with out having billions of dollars like Warren Buffett has. So my focus of my career is moving more and more to my roots of buying businesses. Starting businesses in running them through a machine. Some of you probably know that I make way way way more money doing this stuff. Then. I do teaching this stuff. So my focus on my career is going back to investing businesses buying web websites and web businesses and being more of an investor because I have the cash now since my recent exit. So today I wanted to bring back an old episode that I recorded with my buddy Shaquille who's fulltime focus is in buying web businesses..
" moran" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"And today. We're joined by the men behind bear complex. Jake Nate bench out with us. Thanks reverence. This is going to be super confusing because four white dude. Around the same age with fairly deep voices know, what is going to know who is talking at any point. So if any of you want to jump in and be Ryan, Daniel Moran. I don't think anybody will be able to tell the difference. I don't think so tell us about bear complex, obviously, we work together fairly closely. But I'm I'm curious to kind of go back to the beginning. And how you got to this point because you've worked with really impactful influencers. You have some really interesting sponsorships in a really crowded space. So I guess my first question is I would like to hear about the first product that really established the brand because you did just just differently enough to where it allowed you to have a pivot point. So to tell me about that. So Ryan, we started with the the hand groups that genetics handgrips which anybody that does cross this knows that it only takes a matter of time before your blowing your hands up from pull ups from chest of our pollutes. From us loves toes of are all these gymnastics movements that are very important in the cross fit game. And as you make progressions the better, you get the more, you tear, your hands up may have always been. Cross-fitters when we started this company, basically out of my garage, and we were always using handgrips. And quite frankly, they sucked they were very generic. They would rip apart at the seams. They'd have buckles of dig into your wrist. They would not last very long. So I was actually getting on Amazon buying a pair of grips about once a month because those blast and through them all the time and one day we were sitting there working out in the gym. And we'd actually been listening to podcasts one of which was yours, and we were trying to develop things that we can sell online. And we're sitting there one day, and we're like what about grips like us these every single day because one of the one of the main things with I think getting started in one of these businesses as finding something that you use new, touch, and you feel like, you know, some people say like write down, everything you touch throughout the whole day, you know, and that could be a potential product will we're using the grips every single day. Like can't we make these better? So we started the whole manufacturing reaching out. Manufacturers in this kind of thing. And once we found the manufacturing in the design, and we created the whole design, and we got him back, and we got a bunch of junk back. And then finally the ones that we actually had drawn up came back in the box. And it's like you open the box and it like was glowing. You know? Which was kind of like, okay now, we've got something immediately. We started testing them and sending out to people that we know that do way more than we do in the cross space, and that's kind of how started at the beginning. So and I would like to say actually owned a pair of their groups, and I didn't even know these guys before this weekend. About quality. Nodding a lot. I don't I'm not costed or except for maybe a few dozen times. But you were nodding like, yeah, they all suck. And oh, yeah. Same same as she just blowing through them, tearing your hands. And all that construction to you basically started with a problem. The problem being that something that you were buying wasn't holding its weight. And so you decided to do something better. I always think that better is not good enough to be different Jane factor. So what else did you bring to either the marketing or what what else set you apart from everything? That's what was the reason why this one hit as quickly as it..