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"john marcus" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

08:16 min | 7 months ago

"john marcus" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Roll hall of fame. City of cleveland ohio. The barbecue capital of the north coast. I'm your program. Hosts greg grumpy. Happy to have you aboard here on your tuesday evening. Alive fire fund and for holiday show. You want to jump in on the show tonight more than happy to have you say phone call or into email and it sounds like this you can get in touch two one six two two zero zero nine six six email greg at the maybe hughes central show dot com on the twitter instagram. Bb control. anything else you wanna find out about. The show can be found at the main website. The bbq central show dot com. And here's what's happening coming up at about twelve minutes from now. It is the second tuesday of a month as we are closing out. Q one of twenty twenty one and that means it brings a visit from the person that has created the most heavily traffic to barbecue and grilling website on the planet meathead from amazing ribs dot com joins me and we're going to be talking about a couple of things. The just bubbled up here over the last handful of minutes ho- hopefully meet had can go extemporaneous off the top of his head to be redundant and then we will get into the more outlined topics not the least of which will be corned beef and pastrami as we cover each and every year specific to me because this is actually the year that i will be trying that as close to cats pastrami pastrami that i've i've never tried it before. Always heard rave reviews about it. I've had cats pastrami at cats in new york city with the likes of john. Marcus and company. And i said this is the year that we're gonna be doing as close to calf as we can possibly get. I've bought all of the spices from pansies. For the rub. I have the corned beef and cry of ac case that i will desalination am i gonna give it all the way here. I'll at had lead us through the primrose path. But i'm ready to rock and roll of allotted a number of days to get all of this going so we talked about that corned beef some business of barbecue. If you don't follow me on social media then you might have missed the release that being be charcoal has sold to duraflame. So we'll talk about that a little bit then. Of course we will get the monthly update on meat heads sauce and rub business and where that currently sits right now as they are getting ready to take hold of those first round of orders and then disseminate through to the mass soul. See how that goes at first hour with meathead from amazing ribs dot com and they will move to the second hour where we will find the new quarterly guest. Daniel von from texas monthly. He is the first full time barbecue editor anywhere in the country and he writes for texas monthly he is a buckeye former buckeye. Lived down about an hour south of me towards the worcester area which is also the home of certified angus beef. So we'll catch up with daniel plenty to talk about tomorrow. Texas the throwing away all max. They're going wild down there and they're just going to flip the switch and go right back to how it was the last february. We'll see where it goes so we'll get a little bit advance idea of how that might work a lot of places across the country you're talking about resuming some type of normalcy as there are a number of ramp ups in the vaccination process in ohio. It's now fifty and over so ever so closely inching to my age in mid forties. So we'll see when that actually happens. You know getting the vaccine and then actually putting them in arms seems to be a hurdle. A lot of people are contending with but once i get ironed out and we'll see august. I'm hoping you know end of summer. We can get way more normal than we've seen and well over a year and that might be a little bit optimistic on my part. But i'm willing to take the risk of precaution as well considering the amount of time we have invested in the. Why not take a little bit more precaution just to be safe so we can get back to normal thing. A lot of you are asking about youtube streams. I did everything the same way. I do it every single week. And for some reason it didn't fire up. Good news is you can go over to the facebook page or the twitch page in fact. Let me give you that contact information if you're not following me socially at bbq central show on instagram twitter. Tiktok in the snaps slash bbq central show on facebook and twitch for live video feeds. Now this is my mix up. If you're trying to get the audio only feed. I did screw that up. I'll get. I'll get that in the break. I'll i'll get that figured out i. I don't even need to figure it out. I know exactly what i didn't do. And that's a real easy fix for me so if you're looking to go more old-fashioned radio style stay tuned until we get to the first break before we get into with meathead and i will fire that stream up and away we go. You was down for whatever reason. I don't know to tell you so plenty of other ways to get at me. Wash the show. Listen to the show a lot of are going to just get it on podcast anyway. So make sure you're subscribed to the feed and all the different platforms or you can just do it through emails. I had mentioned a couple of weeks ago. So listener feedback from the past shows. Tim omaha writes in greg having that. Qna with malcolm blast. Tuesday was great. I was loving getting advice and insight from the top people and the industry. And i love everything that balcon does maybe each segment with him going forward can have some qna. Well tim. maybe malcolm. And i talked about that. Following the showers we were busting out a little recap on what works and what doesn't work and all that other stuff so we might have some ongoing q. And a. with malcolm breed one of the most popular live fire. Stars out there today and tim. John north dakota greg. I love the show bought wall. Now wait a second. What what's the standing rule on the show. If you're going to write in and gonna start something and then stick a but in their leave everything out before the. But let's just start right wire account. But i will read it greg. I love the show. But i was listening to the second hour this past saturday and i think i figured out the problem as it relates to can't rollins. You are a jealous bitch. Maybe instead of tearing down you could work a little harder on your skillset. Get one and a half million youtube subscribers by accident. You have to be doing something right. Look in the mirror jobs wrong. Take for you. John way to let me have it. Mike in florida right greg. Your kent rollins diatribe was great. I guess it was a bit more focused on that cat named skater. Having sam the cooking guy at his two cents was especially enjoyable. Keep up the good work longtime fan. I remember dan from watch hulu bike in florida. What a great poll. Dan from watch hulu was a semi regular caller from watch. Hulu florida which is a real place not to be confused with hot. Watch hulas that mad. Barbara runs down in what you'll florida. He's got a sauce and rub making company. Maybe it's just sauce. John in north dakota as mike kind of covered me and his email. I didn't have a problem. With kent rowlett's i had an issue with skater being the gatekeeper of email and deciding to throw his weight around. That was my biggest issue. I need to have kent rollins on here. Like i need to have a hole in the head. I don't you will either make or break. The show is never actually made the show ever. I didn't know anything about him until my jeweler was talking about so..

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"john marcus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"john marcus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Commercial banking sector. Don't want to that. Is that Governor Bailey and put him on? That's governor. What's he saying? Some no scent of Governor Bailey afterthoughts ordering pizza. Continue. John Marcus. Let's continue the conversation. You mentioned the benefits of flirting with negative interest rates. What are they? What, Look, simply put it up turned the whole nature natural lore of money. It collapses next interest margins to such a level weapon. People. Savers killed deposits right toe before and the paradox of threats where people it's seeing these. These lower rates actually end up saving more are not spending more, which is it's complete opposite. The only reason why the European Central Bank did it because there's another option. Likewise, the Bank of Japan You look at both of those economies. It's very hard to say, really positive impact Study. Negative rates of hat they try to do only to boost lending. There are better ways of boosting bank lending, taking it in stride. Naked, particularly the current account deficit economy, which were you know you run the risk of having no support whatsoever for sterling, stunning would collapse so much as what is cable to 30 gold? Let's just finish that. What is cable doing at 1 31 53 Cable, stunning is a dingy bobbing around the Atlantic. It's all about the weak dollar on some extent, the surprisingly and welcome strength of the euro, which you know the UK value is not relevant here. It's just being pulled around by two bigger Bigger, bigger forces. Marcus Great to catch up sir Marcus Nash with them of Bloomberg opinion of Central Bank interest rates, and some came this FX market as well. This euro story, Tom A. Marcus wrote about this this morning. Euro dollar approaching 1 20 I think we're back down to 1 18 and around about 1 18 50 some point. This becomes a problem. President a guard. Done with that yet somebody some point it will divert a wideband even upto 1 30 which is a very, very strong euro. No one really framing that right now. There's this is a sort of mixed opinions on folks. Dollar weaker other things stronger. And then what does that do to their more open export economies? They spend a German issue for years, John, you know, going back decades and decades back to when the Lebanese pound actually was one of the strongest currencies in the world. But You know, there's a real dynamic here about what happens with the weak dollar. But can we guarantee that, John? I don't think so. I don't think so, either, Tom. One thing I do know in 19 minutes time, the data don't begin to the United States America Jobless claims in the US followed by payrolls tomorrow morning. Here's the price action this Thursday morning. Good morning to you all equity futures right now down 11 on the S and P 500. We're down 1/3 of 1% in the FX market talked about the euro 1 18 44 just touched off the lighter, weaker this morning for the single currency in the bond market. Yours come in three basis voice to 0.5183% on a US 10 year on record. Lire. Weakness in AM dollars lira at 27 24 from New York City alongside some cane, at least, Kravitz. I'm Jonathan Farrow, this This is blind boxer violence. Now, the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar job. Lisa John, thank you very much. After more than a week's worth of.

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"john marcus" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"john marcus" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thanks for having me looking forward to talking with. Yeah. What's the weather like there? First off, You know, we want to be ableto as it raining, Or is it hot like it is here Is that the same? What's it like in Cleveland? 82 degrees Wal Wal Sunshine Chime Time. 1 32 Easter. I Love it, Man. We're going to go out a little bit later with a traffic report. You could tell us what it's like out on the roadways. Now, here's one thing that I wanted to let the listeners know if you love barbecue. If you love, grilling and smoking and all the things related to that discipline. This is a guy who's been doing it for over a dozen years before podcasts were even I don't want to even a thing before. They're even easy or even practically possible. But I feel great. And I want to know you've always been talking just a CZ. We have So many contemporaries in the in the world to the top people in those great personalities and the top teams and all that kind of stuff. But are you finding I'm feeling like barbecue's kind of breaking through to the main stream? The other day? I was at our grocery store, and there was like a pit boss Pellet Grill in the grocery store, and I'm thinking cheese. You know what? Something's changing out there. Are you getting that vibe too? I think a lot of it stems back five years ago six years ago when you saw it on television a lot when John Marcus had barbecue pit masters on television that ran for eight or nine seasons, and it showed a lot of folks like you and me who are world class athletes. But here's a discipline or a sport that you could get into. We could argue for an hour if barbecue competitions or a sport or not, just like we could argue OFC also sport or not, but well, the conversation for a different time. But here's something that you or I could get into and go up against the best in the country. Pay an entry fee. Go to that competition and see where your four meets stack up with the best across the land. So as that games steam, then that makes everybody in the back yard. Want to jump in and also exercise and grow their talents. It's not just One grill anymore. Now.

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"john marcus" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"john marcus" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"So. It's off the table now. There doesn't appear to be anybody looking to make some semblance of what a pitmasters used to look like in whatever form that was, and there were plenty of adoration. They're both a good, bad and ugly, depending on who you're asking. There was an attempt at a pay per view event the evening, did you? Did you know about this? Did you see this going across the interwebs at all? No, I didn't know about it and I can only imagine what that was low, do you? You think at at all knowing what we know about streaming television and people wanting things to be handed to them and where, or where not the pop that right the popularity of competition barbecue is. Do you think that that could be a viable platform going forward talking about? I'm holding everything aside of course audio, production video production, but from a concept standpoint. Do you think a pay per view platform? Getting six of the best competition cooks together and putting something together has some legs in the future. you know it all comes down to the execution. Yes, the answer's yes, and it all comes down to. The people you cast in it. are you I? Mean you know after we ran for like in various iterations, we ran eight nine seasons on the show as I. Like to say it was the only show I've ever worked on. That was canceled five times. But if if it has to be new Greg in some way, there has to be and I pitched to network. About how to take the show when it was getting tired and make it new, but they felt they knew better that point, so they didn't date but I. Think there is a way to do it. Let me put it this way Greg and this is gonNA sound like really a egotistic. Great yes, the answer's yes if I did. Yes, you know what that's. What meathead said. He's like if John Marcus wasn't a part of this. He's like then. It's probably doomed from the beginning, so because he's a guy that knows production that knows production value that has the I four, and if he's not a part of it, I fear for everybody involved. Hey. The truth is there's somebody that's GonNa come along I'm GonNa have great ideas and is a fan and you know it's. It's I certainly would love to be part of it. Let's put it that way and pay per view your big struggle with doing it as pay per view. Is that you really the minimum time? Cooking stuff is like four hour. What what do you do with that time you know and and you gotta figure out a way to to have it during the down times to have things that are compelling and interesting and fun to watch and others way to do it, but you got like. Spend some money in planet and you gotTa have the right cast. You have to have people in like our new and different feel feel like they're bringing new energy to it. Excitement to it. It's it's it's. It's tough to do it right, but you can do. John I certainly appreciate the time this evening, and you can follow John Socially on the twitter at bbq pitmasters where he may or may not be musing more one day than the other, but just like all of us here as we work through this corona virus. Hobie say well, and let's do this again a lot sooner than. Now I missed doing it so. Any time all right thanks beer. You got it. Marcus, right there on the show. He's won Emmys for crying out loud, and he's sitting here right on the show all right. I apologize because I'm going. I'm going from one to the next. Believe it or not. I'm going to go from one to the next. Joining me now is the pit master. Of, what is the longest running a?.

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"john marcus" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"john marcus" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Shrimp. A scallops Whatever you WANNA see her steak and they get dern hot, and you have the better ones have. Pretty good propane control, and it's just a flat. Metal surface it's. Not Cast Iron. but It really works, and it's a lot of fun. There, there are some smaller ones are great for camping, but if you are into the outdoor cooking and you've got a gas grill, you gotTa Charcoal Grill. You gotta smoker now you need. Grill, All right, so that's in the three hundred fifty dollar range, you said. I! It's three twenty nine. Around there all right so check that out as well sure, most of the stuff is listed over meet heads website. As well meet had is at amazing ribs, DOT com. That's the website, but yet go ahead. Let me just point out you say listed over RS website I just want to point out anybody who's listening is not from there. We test. We Review we rate. We linked to wear to buy it, but we don't sell anything right. You're not a retail. Now we don't sell anything except membership on our pitmasters club otherwise I don't even sell my own book. You gotTA. Go to Amazon get there, you go. Which? I see it right over your right shoulder. That's the best our from what I understand. One of the best ever written top ten books ever written right Burr. Thank you the other thing I wanted to ask you about this evening. I'm going to be having Jon. Marcus on here in just a few short minutes I think we both widely agree that he is somebody that has exposed many millions of people into or at least inspiring them into getting into some form or fashion of live fire, grilling industry and tonight. I don't know if you're aware, but there was a first attempt at a pay per view barbecue contests. Did you know anything about this? And well I just found out about it and flipping through twitter today I saw Ray lampy site and I saw on twitter feed coupla others talking about this fight club, and then when I log in. Your listeners were talking about it, and the comments and I'm still not clear as to what it's all about I'm interested in hearing more sounds like it's a competition pay per view very interesting concept. I don't know how many people are willing to pay to watch competition barbecue, but if they show was a little more than what your typical TV show is showing us, it might be worthwhile and hey, listen. You mentioned John, I'm a huge fan of John Marcus I met him when the first pitmasters. Came on TV I was doing a weekly review for the Huffington. Post I reviewed every week. They were great fun. And John is one of the most remarkable people in the barbecue community. He is truly a man for all seasons erudite. Well read. Did you know he's a playwright? Did I, of course I know. He wrote a fabulous tones for crying out loud. Yet I actually purchased a script to the liposomes which you can read and forty five minutes It's a fun fun play. he's written a couple of other places. You know of people who know of in know that he was. He won an emmy for his job as a writer on the bill cosby show. And Just you know. Coal creators. He was co-creator of a different world. You remember that that was a spin off of the cosby show. That was wildly successful. The Lisa Bonet a I think Marisa Tomei. A younger Theresa Marisa Tomei was in that as well. I mean that's a big deal. Just those things are. Huge he's. He's very very knowledgeable, very experienced. and. His expertise goes way beyond barbecue into all matters food literature. Truly. Unlike anybody else I. Know the Barbecue World. So to get back to the fight club, so it was a nine dollars. Ninety nine cents get down for this evening now yesterday to entice you at six PM. Eastern. They had a let's call round table outside and some secret undisclosed location I know exactly where it is by the way but. They had they had the guy from smoking hogs, Massachusetts Bill Gillespie the pitmasters from nine one three Barbecue Darren war is competing. Of course, Tim. Sheer is over there. Luke Darnell from old Virginia Smoke Kelly words from four legs of Barbecue I believe that was rounding out the competition, so they had these six folks going up against each other and what I'm trying to ascertain is. How much was show I? Mean Look I'm no idiot here. I know how a barbecue competition runs, and if you're starting out from the beginning, which I doubt they were. I mean what are we looking at at a minimum time commitment of five hours or six hours, so there's no way they showed a barbecue competition starting at six o'clock tonight, and it's already over so that there had to have been some or a bunch of prerecorded offer. Maybe they were cooking during the day today, and they were making packages, and then filtering in some live stuff at six. o'clock I'm not sure exactly how it work. Work, because I can't as much as I like because your guy. Day Neil over there in Chicago was one of the big operating partners in this I think he put the deal together with fight. TV in order to get this off the ground. He's in the motor sports to, and that's part of the show that he has over there on wgn and when he was on last week talking about it, I thought I dug the concept. But what I keep going back to back me up on this. Muda Barbecue people are inherently cheap fast, and for them to squeeze ten dollars out.

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"john marcus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Insurance is a rough Saturday Courtney Cordy crowning for Jonathan hood today for the AFC south in general I mean our point is Andrew luck announces retirement but the Houston Texans suffer some key injuries a good friend Serra bar shop does a fantastic job covering the Texans for ESPN's he's with us now on the shell Pennzoil performance line Sir before we get to the injuries last night with the Texans as well as the team's reaction after their game they learned about what happened with Andrew luck you know it's time I can call them I'm going he said when he saw the news he couldn't believe it and I thought it was really telling how did you want to talk about it because he's obviously gone through those injuries some of the situation thank your lucky at any called what luck with doing courageous we don't really understand it your honor student not just the game all the facts the father rehab so that whole mark will very much respect flock insult they were both shocked and kind of respect for the division yet made after the game yesterday so before the Andrew luck news I took over the NFL the biggest story line was in Dallas when the Texans lose Lamar Miller to at that time it was considered an ACL injury and was confirmed in ACL tear what's going to happen now and if it because we look at this running back room in yes it kinda looks like there was some premonition here and going to get you Johnson but if you and I talk about service is not a three down back what other options because they've got cap space they don't seem to want to spend it on anybody so maybe trading for Melvin Gordon incurring what that would cost is not an option but how do you see this playing out to get some runs support for Duke Johnson and I assume right now they're calling around the league trying to find guys that are running back who may be are at risk of not making the roster who get caught you know looking around to see who could help and who can compliment give Johnson the way that he was supposed to come back Lamar Miller enough the problem they traded for Johnson hoping that he could throw something in the passing game that they haven't had the running back spot and now unfortunately you're going to have to be the guy even if they find that it will be on the court because they treat them they don't want to pay him I am on a page that they have that cap space so I think we're looking more and a veteran who just come in and help them for this year and I'll have to figure out what they're going to do with the running back stock going for it after that serve our shop is with us and Dickerson and hood hood is off today Cordy Cronin sitting in on ESPN radio and ESPN apps so many teams Serra aren't playing anyone in the pre season I mean the bears haven't played one since the first game of note any chance the bill o'brien might reconsider his pre season playing policy after the Lamar Miller injury yesterday I think so especially can build brown has spoken so highly of going practices they had to get you to have the Packers a host of the line and he talked about how much they get out of that how controlled it isn't how different preseason game get AT plays over those two games about it I think that's part of the reason that they did not play the first game they only had in place the third game so they like that they've done right out of that and I think I don't know but I I think maybe the plane would have the shop with a little bit long after the end of the war by Miller after the weight of the offense one having trouble and look like if you like all right let's get our quarterback out of here let's give you the creeps even help you began after the finger to Manila so for a team that has so much promise coming off an AFC wild card appearance last year and now appears to still be in the mix as one of the favorites in the AFC south to win the division with all that's happening in Indianapolis they're still so many question marks here the big elephant the room that we're not talking about is Debbie and Clowney any hasn't been in any of the off season program he doesn't have a contract so he still has to sign the tendered probably doesn't want to miss out on his game check every single week but there's a lot of rumors going on going into the final week of the preseason that he could get traded is early as the next twenty four to forty eight hours do you think given the situation with the offense of line and how big of a hole that was last year for them in protecting deshaun Watson but also the fact that they couldn't remedy it so far this offseason and I don't know what to make of the Matt Kalil situation give me a percentage of a theory that Clowney comes signs tender and then they trade him to bring in a franchise left tackle they got there a friend of possible I think this movie is probably at ninety percent but what he is going to look after money you have already passed the entrance they can't extend before the season they have to wait till after the year you want to give up a guy like that I mean I money in the league talent you make any full instantly better and make the pack with a lot worse if he's not there but I don't see what team would say you know what we're gonna we know how important love tackle situation but we've got plenty of options and we're just gonna need that person to the capital so I would say it's probably more around forty because they don't know that the people be there and I also think maybe before yesterday would give you a different answer but now that I am looking out of the division I think it makes the division watch wide open more winnable and if you want even could be as good as can be there's no doubt that you have got the better so I don't see it happening out of course maybe it can be willing to give the Texans if they want and the like to trade because they get the media health but I just don't know why they do that you know how hard court you worked on that theory don't you Serra I mean this was very long and drawn out yeah I appreciate the amount of research and work at it the minister of our shop ideas can may also so Serra I mean this division does look wide open you know these teams all these teams so right now from your vantage point who is the team to beat in the AFC south I think the Texan in that absolutely not my tech before and you look retired all off even I picked the call watching what plan last year maybe the Texans twice in one night return the vehicle to an overtime game but late in the season Angela came any detected when I was my pick but I think the only reason that the tax look I have a lot of holes they have a lot of talent John Marcus I would save the best quarterback in the division right now and so that's why one of the mission Sir thank you so much as always for giving us some time keep up the great work will talk to you soon okay thank you god serve our shop on the shell Pennzoil performance line it is a tough question Courtney I mean yes I think the Sean Watson is far and away the best quarterback in the division but Jacksonville seems like on paper they're a much improved team this year colts to have a good roster but to call beaver sets the wild card Titans have made progress in recent years I don't know if I have an answer as to who the team to beat in the AFC south is right now I think there is probably still spot on that the Texans are they have the address now and it makes sense just given you know the pieces that are in place and you you have your quarterback like you didn't lose the most important position on your team last night yes Lamar Miller is a star and that is a huge loss but you didn't lose number four I mean the colds losing interlocking now having to scramble figuring out can Jacobi could jive candor Kobe percent B. R. guy beyond this year because he is a free agent after this year so it's a huge opportunity ahead of him to kind of solidify that because don't forget didn't engage in any sort of trade talks four percent this past offseason after he had had his audition for interlocking after eight days after he was brought in on two thousand seventeen so I think there's still reason to believe that Houston has the edge here but you know Indianapolis does have the pieces I have the other two is kind of distant third and fourth no I'm with you I I I think that Chris Ballard in the cold front office I think they legit like Jacoby Brissett like dial I've seen this before we're starting quarterback it's her and everyone you know circled the wagons around the back up and I saw this a million times the bears back in the day well Chad Hutchinson Courtney with you see this guy play in any you know he stopped but the I believe they've really do lexicographer set we'll see if that faith is rewarded a how to former GM handle the luck retirement news and I was sleeping on those Jacksonville Jaguars that's straight ahead with Dickerson hood it's ESPN radio.

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"john marcus" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"In Jacksonville. So we're just going to go there. I listen on coach Cal in the medial professional, and how he handles everything practices preparation training himself and also getting his body. Right. So you know, he's one of those guys now he's not been in this tournament. So he's another one that you look at other than PJ the other guys really Nick played a few minutes, but he's not they've not been significant in this thing. So that's something. We got to see how it turns out on the second row here. And we'll go to the far left next. Jerry tipton. Lexington herald leader I was going to ask you about read. And how big of a challenge is it for him to to stay focused with finally getting. The NC double A. And then with the final four in Minneapolis is where it is. That's what I hear. Wow. I grabbed him today. I said you've prepared your whole life for this. And I said have a ball man have a ball. And if he relies on his training instead of thinking all the he will be fine because no one trains like him. And whatever you ask him. I can get on him like really hit him. And he's fine. He never wavers. I mean, I scream he missed a free throw last game. And I just looked screamed at him make play throw cross and he made the next one a main. He's. You know, I had a ball coaching them. I mean, absolutely every day. I walk in. It's kind of like I used to say what Jamal Murray who would smile. Make me smile. Every time. I see him when I walk in the gym Travis. I smile. You know? I know he's going to give us everything he can. For leftovers. Match Jones Kentucky sports radio. You've had your teams had a really good job at the end of games this year, put make well, that's what I was gonna ask you there were some uncharacteristic turnovers, etc. Do you look back at? I mean, one of them maybe could what else? Stuff. I can't say here. I can't either. News. I'm just is it possible that is it just one of those things. We we there were if you looked at what you're talking about go back and look at the tape, you may have a different opinion. And the second thing is and I told them this. When you go through a season, you have to learn how to finish games off, which we have you have to learn how to be down ten or eleven and come back and win which we have you have to learn about playing fast plane slow playing against pressing teams. We played against a team that thank goodness. Played a one three one no one plays it anymore. But what if you get it in the tournament? And I've got all young guys. This isn't like well two years ago. Do you know they weren't here two years ago? So it's it's been a great experience in our league. There have been so many games that were one in the last minute for every one of our teams in our league. We got eight teams in and the other two were on the bubble. Like, it could have been ten teams and every team played through this league gave themselves a chance now to come in this tournament and do well. I'll to the right of the island the middle. Yes. Jordan avid. It's Abilene reporter news. You mentioned all the young guys that have played as many NCAA tournament games. AC you guys have. But when you wear that blue when you wear that Kentucky. They're the the expectations is kind of how do you manage the expectations and the pressure that comes with with that UK on your shirt that's overrated? No one wants. They don't care if we win or lose it Kentucky, they're fine. As long as we really do the right stuff. We're we're okay. The one advantage that we have coming in to a tournament. Like this is every game. We play is someone Super Bowl and ninety eight percent of the time. The other team has nothing to lose. I don't care who it is. If you come to Rupp, you have nothing to lose. Because most teams are not going to win in that building. If we go to their place, they they have nothing to lose. Plus they have the fans in this tournament. Everybody has something to lose. And we're used to playing that way. So it's that helps us more than anything else. The you know, the the kids. You know, I think they're proud to be a uniform. But I don't think it waits on them more than any other uniform, but they're proud, and they know what happened before them, and they know how every one of those players left this place better than when they all got here. And they know they all finished the term academically, which is why we finished in the top ten in the APR, and they send us awards which you guys don't hear about every year because we're one of those schools that finishes in the top because the kids finish determined do what they're supposed to academically. That's the culture that's been left. And that's the culture that you leave when you leave here. About five minutes left with the coach. Let's go here on the left side in the middle first. And then we'll get to your next, gene? And the giant Calipari live in Jacksonville. John Marcus from the Baltimore Sun. In terms of the way Emanuel has played of late. It's been great. Is that is that just seeing the ball go in or is it is it coming here and maybe adjusting to playing with guys who are as good if not better than him. Emmanuel quickly probably improved as much if not more than anybody on our team. He's another one that lives in the gym. I'm trying to get him to slow his mind down. In this game. We play you can have your feet move real fast. But your feet can't move fast in your mind move fast and getting him to slow down his mind. So that he can read stuff better that's been what we've worked on all season. He's getting better and better and better. He's an from where he was defensively to where he is now from where he is decision making and shot making and playmaking to where he is. Now, not close I am so proud of them and so happy for him. He and Ashton playing together southern for each other. It's worked out. Well. To the left side. And we'll go to the very back next coach grant boon for CBS sports. The sports network. Thirty years now for you at this level. Can you do thirty five? Maybe I know I started when I was eight but. Do you have an appreciation or can you? Remember like what Joe Golding is going through here about coaches? I double A tournament game. I think you're I was maybe your fourth year at UMass. Maybe you remember folks like it all took us three years to get the five hundred. To get to five hundred. There's coach Cal asking answering rather a question about his early days and coaching and how it compares to the newer guys of people around here wanted to know if he was asked about PJ, Washington situation. This is from the beginning of this press conference about fifteen minutes. Can you just give an update on PJ status is he here today and do you expect play tomorrow? Sprained his foot in Tennessee game. We had them into boot for a while. Xrays everything was negative MRI is, but we sent him to a specialist again. Precaution. He wants to play. Well, if you know me, I'm like, wait a minute. Let's go get one more level of this. So we expect him. He's not here with us right now, he'll probably be here in an hour or so, but we sent him to the specialist. To make sure that he can't harm himself. But you know, we expect them to play. There you go John Calipari on PJ Washington. So you know, what the roster situation hasn't. You were just listening to him live in Jacksonville. Emma clips from cattle Perry's comments are of course, the afternoon and talk some of our guys who are in Iowa with the Louisville team. That's moved over there, of course to take on Minnesota and that's tomorrow lunchtime. I'll pop in here for an hour hour and a half something other between the games tomorrow. Then we go into UK coverage. So it's Louisville in Kentucky. And he gets the.

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"john marcus" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"With going on the cruise absolutely beautiful cruise out of mobile, Alabama in the middle of the winter time sounds fantastic. And know how much you love the cold. That the Paula vortex. I don't know. I understood that it was that was that a shot at mobile, Alabama or work. Well, where's the crew's going? We go down to the Caribbean. Cozumel? Yeah. We're in just the four day cruise. But think of all the people you could interview all the all the little segments you can plug in. You know, there weren't a jury winner. Yeah. About whether the the pro throw injury was against floor. Remember, the great catch was against southern miss yawn. Okay. John markelle. You know, I think we're going to send John Marcus had a child. I don't think he's going to have time to go on a cruise. This is exactly the reason I need to go through. That's fair. I mean when when I missed the dates on the cruise is it. Hey, john. I don't want to sound like everyone when you go to the store, but what's the cheapest rate. I could get on this because I'm paying for. It's like six hundred bucks. Okay. Six hundred or is that a person? Yeah. He'll think of all the fans and interviews with the players wonder if we could go sheet down maybe to four hundred I got one one interesting one brought a sleeping bag is if Joe if Butch Jones is on the cruise in. Oh, can you imagine Butch Jones on the cruise? Oh, it's a part is he working the cruisers and. No, he's he's working the cruise saying he got along with. But I don't know. Just my replacers. But you know, if something to think about I mean, it wouldn't cost that much, and you would have endless interviews and tapes to but on the show. Listen, John that is a phenomenal suggestion, and I'm going to see if we have a couple of hundred dollars an hour. Budget? Now now now, by the way, that doesn't that doesn't include you getting the mobile does it. No, no, that's John. Where are you? Good on driving down there to. Hey, things are a little tighter on here out of mind. Driving is all shared has got kaput me up for a night or two. Oh, Danny Sheridan. Yeah. Pretty good. I will tell you this. I've been Danny Sheridan house. Just just choose which one of the hundred rooms you would like to stay in. All right. It is it is a castle like the sound of that sharing in the state. The Sheridan estate is something it's like a Taj Mahal I kid you not. John. Thank you very much. That's phenomenal suggestion. I don't know if you've ever heard just thought Google crimson tide Cruz. Okay. See if I. We have on Google here on this system. Crimson tide cruise. Okay. Oh here. It is. You're right. Four day. Cruise leaves a February fourteenth goes to Cosmo. It's.

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"john marcus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"The the best sort of analogy, I can give. Inhuman world is if we think about things like tonal languages, right? Where you have one word. But depending on how it said it can mean very different things. God I have a feeling. It's kinda like that. Maybe I mean that seems like a good explanation for why the fuck we haven't been able to figure out what they're saying ever. Will. This is to me one something that's really curious is that. There seems to be maybe it's just, you know, publicity, or maybe people are just naturally more interested in dolphins, and they are in crows. But. I'm sure you're familiar John Lilly, and the dolphin research that was done. Not super it's pretty curious. John lilly. And I think Carl Sagan few other this is during this is the birth of SETI. And they became really interested in studying dolphin communication. Not just because they wondered like all of us wonder what dolphins are saying to each other. But also because the idea was if we do make contact with some kind of extraterrestrial, then we need a model for understanding communication from thing that is from a completely different environment. And so much of human communication is based on our, you know. The way we walk around in our terrain, and how we experience the limitations that we have. And so anyway, the I wonder why people haven't focused more on these creatures that are so obviously. Intelligent. And I d. Do you think at some point? There could be the possibility of maybe using a I like what they're using with with dolphin communication to start decoding what birds or saying what crows or saying specifically. Yes. And no, I say, yes. Because in terms of I think what you could get out of that effort. It would be well worth it and probably similar to to what you're describing. We've been able to do with dolphins. Yes. But I say no in that. I don't have any optimism that anyone could get funding to pursue that project because it's just a little too like the dolphin thing. Like, I think is a much easier sell for people in terms of understanding its value to humans, which is you know, for better or worse. So much of how we rationalize or justify scientific pursuits. And I feel like making that argument with birds and getting the kind of grant funding that you need to do that. With is just unlikely you would have to convince the military the way in is. This is what we do. By we. I mean, you or someone. We said idea what you would have to convince the military that there might be a way to talk to crows. And then you've got the ultimate surveillance technology of all time. You know, what it sad paranoid world? We would enter into have Sedley every time you see a crow you had to wonder if you are being monitored. You know, this is. If I don't know if this will make you feel better worse, but that's actually kind of happened. So no way the original facial recognition studied that. My adviser John Marcus who's that faculty number you dove did. And this was the facial recognition study that's on the PBS special murder of crows a lot of people from what I sent. This took place about ten years ago. So that study was actually funded by the DOD. No way. That is so crazy. So they were like that is to mind boggling, the military scans all variables in phenomenon nature and just puts in one side one column, here's what we might be able to use right? Yeah. Yeah. And so for that study, it was I mean, you know. Know what really we're we're thinking..

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"john marcus" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Party. Once inaugurated governing could be a challenge the outgoing president's ruling coalition one half of parliamentary seats Chiquita is going to have to make alliances change to happen. His opponents criticized him for being easily manipulated for opting for easier backroom deals the legitimacy of Kennedy's presidency is in question as downs remain about the accuracy of election results. But for now, many even those who didn't vote for him seemed to be giving him and it change. He could represent a chance. To us in Kinshasa. Our main news, the US has rejected Venezuela's decision to break relations, saying it no longer recognizes the authority of nNcholas Maduro government. This is the newsroom from the BBC World Service. The Australian government says missing Chinese Australian writer has been detained in China. Young son John had been held since flying from New York to Guangzhou on Saturday. There are concerns. The incident may be part of a wider retaliation for the arrest of an executive of the Chinese telecom giant Huahua in Canada. Griffith is our correspondent in Australia. Young Jin is a former Chinese diplomat who became prominent here in Australia when you move to decorate will go and became a prominent political commentator and also a novelist of some publishing online novels now, he became a known entity here in Australia. He was never that controversial in his blog posts. But he will talk about politics. Not of course, makes him something of a contentious figure he'd subsequently moved to the US. And it's actually when he was traveling between New York and Shanghai in a stop off in Gwen show that he disappeared. Now members of his friends and family suggested that at Guangzhou airport in the connecting lounge. He was taken away by Chinese officials actually taken on a flight to Beijing. We've not been able to corroborate that. But for the last five days has been a mystery until today, at least when astray Leah's government confirmed its has now been given confirmation by the Chinese government that they are detaining, Mr. young. Although they've not said exactly why. Or indeed make public exactly where how Griffith talks to end the long-running conflict in the Central African Republic. Get underway in neighboring Sudan in the next few hours. The Central African Republic has been caught up in ethnic and religious conflict. Since the overthrow of president Francois was as in two thousand thirteen Julian Bedford reports the government in the Central African Republic has little power fast. Areas of the country are under the control of militias accused of crimes against humanity. Almost two thirds of the population are in need of aid, yet charities funding, it more and more difficult to work in the because staff and clinics are threatened by gunman. The country has been in crisis for much of the pulse. Decayed a mainly Muslim rebel group swept president Francois disease from power in two thousand thirteen but they're up pricing ushered in a sustained period of religious conflict, which has been marked by the savage killings of both Muslims and Christians and the division of the country. There's little optimism that today's meeting brokered by the African Union will achieve a meaningful breakthrough. But one eight group said the Central African Republic was heading towards a catastrophe unless the Tuke succeeded Jillian Bedford reporting. Now, what else is happening in the world. Here's the rappers Jay z and meek mill of forming a group to campaign for criminal Justice reform in the US the raised fifty million dollars for the project meek mill who was released from jail. Last year says the current system keeps black people in prison rather than rehabilitate them. Russia is given foreign military. Attaches a briefing on a contentious new missile system. Does again insisted it's in full compliance with a key arms control treaty. Dating back to the Cold War. John Marcus has the details intermediate range nuclear forces, Orion f treaty is surviving on borrowed time. The US is due to pull out of the key Cold War. Odds controlled agreement next month signed in nineteen eighty-seven. It found a whole category of ground-launched missiles with ranges of between five hundred and five thousand five hundred kilometers the Russians. Now say that the weapon in question has been modified to reduce its range, though, experts fear that such steps may well be reversible. The US has long insisted Russia's adherence to the agreement must be full and verifiable. Real Madrid have topped the table of the world's twenty richest football clubs with record revenues at more than eight hundred eighty million dollars. According to Deloitte, the Spanish club displays Manchester United who slipped to third with Barcelona ranked second. The Japanese food company Nisshin has apologized after his advertising campaign appear to portray the half Japanese half. Haitian tennis Donayre Mia Sarker with pale skin machine said the artists involve had no intention of whitewashing, a soccer and confound. The advert have now been taken down the portrayal sparked criticism around attitudes toward race and diversity in the largely homogeneous country. The American actor Alec Baldwin has a pending court after allegedly punching a man in a fight ever parking spot. The star known for his role on Saturday night. Live was charged with assault and harassment. He's been ordered to take anger management classes, the altercation occurred in Manhattan's west village last year and Bahrain is to open the world's first underwater theme park this summer, we'll be one hundred thousand square meters and the centerpiece which critics have said is of questionable taste is a sunken jumbo jet. The organizers say the part will be eco-friendly promote. Marine life growth after years of fighting the so-called Islamic state's caliphate once reached across large areas of Syria and Iraq has now being all but wiped out all this left is an area around one small town in Syria sold around two thousand fighters are holed up that after the Syrian democratic force backed up by the US made gains, but mainly Kurdish fighters of the SDF facing life without the most important ally with the US announcing its withdrawal BBC's Middle East. Correspondent Quentin Sommerville has been embedded with the SDF on the front line. Just across. Feel this really is the frontline were walking towards the south of Susa and beyond. Here is thought they only have two villages remaining thousands of liters still in there. Operation planned later for tonight. So for this vantage point real sense of how difficult the fighting has all around me ruined buildings open field. A lot of damage. And it's a real Robert Warren terms of trying to find the enemy, but it's worse than that. Because Islamic state as always have dug a very intricate network of tunnels, and they're using those usually when. Airstrike just off today. Right. Can see a big black cloud, maybe about three hundred meters away. So. Yeah. It isn't. We'll just going into. It was used as a vote state hospital similar medicine. Interesting thing here is they leave this facility very quickly because the ceiling drips, the blood bags are still stands. Bloody clothing everywhere. Oh, yes. We're on the run and call note as I drive through village after village, the destruction is enormous. The US is increased airstrikes by a quarter of the last year as it hurries to exit from here. But even with the territorial defeat of ISIS imminent few. He'll think that there will be truly gone for good Raleigh. We lot is the Kurdish commander at the front. The gallagher. Media along with the coalition we have defeated these lung state in many times, but there are religious extremists. They're ideology remains their fighters are trying to escape what civilians, and they have sleeper cells in Syria, Iraq and all over the world..

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"john marcus" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on Triangulation

"And it was it was a wonderful time to be alive. Certainly was. So I do want to hear a little bit about your background. How did you get into internet history? How how did I mean? Besides starting those companies what interests you about internet history. Well, it it just bothered me that there was no book about when the internet entered our lives. There's excellent books. I have them on my shelf where the wizards stay up late, John Marcus book, there's all sorts of about internet culture. Even the academic books about going back to Arpanet and. How the internet came out of academia slash military government stuff, but what has been more trans formative disruptive, whatever to all of our daily lives and normal people as well than the internet. And so I kept waiting for someone to do a book that said, remember AOL? Here's what happened to AL, or here's why Facebook beat my space, or in the thing that I thought about was people have very personal connections. These are companies they're corporations on one sense. You can say well it that's that's boring to talk about. But like my wife argued vociferously for more about excite because excite was where she got her first Email address from you know, what I mean? And I and I fought hard to keep information about geo cities in there because people of a certain age listening that was your first homepage. And when you were thirteen that's where your identity was and things like that. So I thought that someone should do a book about the how these things infiltrated all of our lives. Not only for the people that live through it to be like, here's the people that did this to you. Here's the decisions that they made. Here's the mistakes that they made. But also for if your. Especially if you're entering tech, and you're twenty six, and you don't even know there was a my space or in a oh, L or whatever. Here's here's how we got to now. Yeah. I mean, in many ways, the characters of the books are these companies are these companies as you go through, and you know, they're sort of historical figures when you think about like companies like, you know, mosaic like your products as well. That is something that people haven't thought about it. And then I mean, even more recent towards the end of the book like companies like singular, which was the deal with the iphone. There's they're they're old old friends in our lives no longer there anymore. And it was like re meeting them in learning more than I had about the known about them. So why did you let the book ends are Netscape and the iphone? Why did you choose those and not say like, Internet, Explorer and Google? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I'll take the second part. I because it's the easiest one to answer. I the the modern technology world that we live in. If you didn't at least explain how we got social and mobile than I didn't think that people would be informed about why how we got to the now. The reason I started with Netscape there's many reasons I again because I remember Netscape going public. I was one of those nerdy kids that watch the nightly news every day at six thirty. And I can remember vaguely. But I can remember that that led the news that night that there was this company that did something called an IPO and it made Bill. It was worth billions of dollars and people seem to think that this was really crazy unusual and weird and one of the things that I hope I captured in the book is we're used to today. The this entrepreneurial culture, this you can twenty year olds, you know, go to Silicon Valley to strike it rich and be worth billions of dollars. This was not this is a recent thing in eighty I'm a kid of the eighties in the seventies. Eighties into the nineties you want it to be a rockstar. You wanted to be you wanted to go on wall. St. if you wanted to get rich this idea that you could create a company, and it could be a thing. I feel like it in my childhood, there weren't new companies invented all either. So the the fact that Netscape you can argue it was the first dot com. It was the first real company to be an internet company..

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"john marcus" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on Revision Path

"And so even as an intern, I was giving them in tour and we had weekly meetings. We caught up for lunch sometimes, and you know, he was really able to kind of help me understand what opportunities were available. And so for me, I think leadership is something that's really important. Just becoming the type of person that that can learn from other people, but also teach other people because I think there's a lot of things that I have learned over the years and you know, guide people help people see what exists technology is changing so quickly in, you know, in five or six or seven years, there could be a completely different job title or completely different career path that that someone could take. I don't even know what what careers or jobs could exist in five to seven years because things are changing so quickly. So I just think it's really important to have that mentor to have somebody there that can kind of expose you to the to the thinking and the practices and those sorts of things because that's what is going to prepare you for whatever changes happen in the industry. Well, Marcus, just to kind of wrap things up here, where can our audience find out more about you and your work and everything you're doing online? Cool. So yes, to find out more about me, definitely look at my linked in. And my linked to an address is WWW dot linked in dot com. Slash in slash, I'm John Marcus, that's I am j. o. h. in MARCY MARCY's. And so that's where everyone can find out about me if you wanna see my photography work, I'm also an Instagram, so that's Instagram dot com. Slash I'm Jon Marcus and get. I mean, there's everywhere associated with me on involved with those places. So feel free to sin message, feel free to chat with me more at welcomed at all. Right. Sounds good. Well, Marcus, Moesby. Thank you again so much for coming on the show. Thank you for really just kinda sharing your passionate about interaction design, which I think is super important. And really, you know, showing how it's it's guided your life. I mean from studying at Clark to now the work that you're doing fjord and hopefully beyond that, it's really, I think important to see that even coming from an HP CU that this kind of education. Of course is is available. I didn't even know that that's probably the most shocking thing I got from the interview, but no, it's just really great to see that you're out here really doing your thing and showcasing your passion. So thank you again so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you for having me. This was great. And that's it for this week. Big, thanks to Marcus Moseley and thanks to you for listening. You can find out.

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"john marcus" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Not so alone out here when it can just feel super daunting to even find one person that shares anything similar with you. Wow, that was good. That was really good. I agree. I think I remember when I was telling people that I was going to get married, they're like, you're so young. It's so crazy. But like, you know, if you see, I man like being like quote, unquote, like the top of your career, and then to like be like. I'm going to get married and focus on family life. It seems so counterintuitive for so many people here because so many people out here including myself are are chasing, you know, not a selfish dream, but a use centered dream a use centered career. I want to be the, I want to have my name in the license. And like when you have to sh, when you have a family responsibilities in other things, you have to share your time and your effort. And so you're not able to focus on yourself. And so I think like following Jesus is all about, you know, being selfless and learning from Christ how he was selfless. And so that's why I think you see, if you see young people who are married, a lot of times the Christians and you know. I think they kind of just go hand in hand being being young, married in being young, Mary Christian couple. It's it's that way because it works. And it works that way like having having Christ in your relationship is like so important. I think it's almost impossible, you know, and like you said, most people feel like it's it's counter and you know it's counterintuitive or it's counterproductive. I feel like a lot of times I talked to some of my friends or people that I know out here and they're like, why can't get married and focused on this? And I said that same thing to my dad when says, and I pretty serious and he said, well, why can't you just do it together? And I was like, and he was like, if you have somebody in your corner every day that you go home to who's with you, you know, you're just going to build together as a team, so stop thinking about it as your show, you know, and, and you know, get with this girl, you really wanna marry her and Mary her, and you'll figure it out. And I remember taking that leap Saz getting married and you know, really chasing our dreams together. And now I would never imagine really doing something that was completely detached from, you know, Suzanne because I remember I was all about me me me building my my dream. But now everything that we have together is it's all of my favorite stuff. And so I can't imagine, you know, going without her. And so it's just it's been a major blessing to have, like you said that person they're in your corner, Christian friends. I love our weekly, get togethers. You know that we can all get together out here in a city like l. a. it makes it even more sweet, you know, like in a city that is filled with so much distraction to know that every week we set that time aside for us all to have community. I think that's really been sort of the secret behind just a healthy, happy well, balanced life. Good way to kind of the secret secret saw. Well, you guys are amazing. You guys have got to follow Chris and Marcus online, Chris, and John's Marcus John's that's their handles check, check out their channels and I guess you, we have to stay tuned for their exciting. We may or may not know. Tin for their exciting projects. They're coming out with the secret sauce. Actually, it's the relationships sauce It is is an an apartment. apartment. If you guys want to get the sauce, not where you can get it yet. Hopefully they are making it but hungry, please don't write seriously visiting like Tangy. Like thousand island barbecue. I was just gonna, say, come on. You guys are awesome, and I love you guys have to come back on the show. This is just to run in natural. Our first podcast. Podcast genita- to us to say that we are popping. Thanks so much guys. This is going to be good. I'm excited. I was a lot of fun. You guys. This is our first episode. Hopefully, hopefully everyone's join us as an IRA, having a great time. Are you having a good time? So first of all, you get to be my co-host..

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"john marcus" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"john marcus" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Linnea i'm more would amused by that that has gone up a touch of by mud and the nagging mud in a model of that this was anything dea this this this business model the kfqd corner now the jazz guys made this i feel deputies brazil the goal is under somewhat is he got a pistol duties the media massage the defense yet on the digital satellite into thin semi this could john marcus tanzania waigel kick him out madam rabah twoplusone he has done a marginal guys another disturbed by john cib john was a debt to drag the tools of meals to us he just did need suggested denies now undead have now got it by slim gold coast new matthew pau gasol italians to send a message within john legitimate budget with just two or three moslems it added it added that it is yes yes as the sadness gifting huyndai he this phenomenon ms beloved with it is congratula tools two guys with men events at ease the guy's been there must see many i've got after tokenistic good goal morning ahmad got komo led to jersey central unit big came wording undeterred look on mas may that may not people did not see me still not yet they were not us take down bus deflected megan james unlikely michael savage said made those who had established attending.

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"john marcus" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on Bobbycast

"You like we're talking about just make enough money that you can do what it is that god meant you to do which is to write this poetry to be try and become chimi web to try try and right galveston that's what you wanna do you want to write american pie mean you wanna write firing you wanna right damn your anything carol king wrote that's what you wanna do and in but to do that you've got to be able to apply your trade all the time and it it will will great writers emerge that one of the interesting statistics that we found i mean this is is that even though less people are making a living at songwriting that it still kind of like the same general number of songwriter floating around the town so the true hearts the real believers they're all out there they're author and frankly of streaming gives people a chance to be unique and exciting and you know maybe john marcus the gatekeeper you know if he is his piece pretty grooving as far as i can tell you know i mean i know at least maybe i'm speaking as a father as a dad like he's been good you know he he digs levi steffan and it's not just the it it's its own thing right and i just think you have to be thankful for folks like that too that are you know that want to hear something new that are willing to take some chances are i speaking of the dead boom okay and a half a really done ok eva's got their own opinion i heard absolutely by the i got like labour yes yeah hair.

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"john marcus" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 5 years ago

"john marcus" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Even know when they're making an emotional decision schein is never where is that mutual fund my wife never knows when buying that period heels or with the prices she never as a that's emotional or not tonight is always lodge yes because you rational eyes those things in your mind because fearing curry drive investor decision and that is basically why what patrick kelly was same is why that people generally make do the wrong thing at the wrong time and they do it all the time and so you know agree with you and that's exactly why when every time we build a plan we show every client we short everything what they could possibly lose any point on the worst case scenario we actually show that better than the best case scenario marcus how many times are so walk on the office and i said well you know i didn't see like twenty three percent returns that you're right because you're not going to get that bryant as we've seen in the past other worked out for you that's where your i mean people shown eagles glossy charts it always him to go up but average investor never gets those returns because they can't stick to the plan because in the lions looking at them in the face there for the can be you know is the whole idea and what patrick time but is just take the emotion out of it that doesn't mean you lock your money upper put in some solely or put on the mattress it is means it you know exactly with those last provisions are no exactly how you're going to be protected and make sure that when you're stern without line and you can look at the line and with the be a snack or or your fresh trend and say knows that you have him instead i'm doing a right here kept him on so whether it's that that friend or maybe just put offense in between you in the line i don't now with but you really want to focus on protecting yourself taking yourself out in that situation and understanding that we're wired a certain way just that like that lion is wired to et who you are wired to make emotional decisions with your money so if you buy some help taking some of that emotion out of it start with the self awareness today but then sit down and talk about these strategies with john marcus in person _a_j hagen warren capital partners if you want to do that today what run your portfolio.

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