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"john starks" Discussed on First Take
"I loved your to. I'm a dr ivanka. Those are my two foundation so we do real cheap stuff. Okay i hear you okay. Yeah exactly you know what. Here's my thing. And i feel like everybody has their thing right like they're sort of vice And i don't spend money on jewelry or handbags or shoes. Because i'm hard on those things and then you'll see when i buy the things. Remain them so like i'm a costume jewelry. Great like i don't own really. Don't buy nice things like that. I don't care. I don't buy nice cars. I don't care with the one thing that i will blow a whole skin care makeup line going though that's why q. And so was yours but like to me that so important. You know i mean maybe it's the vanity. I don't know what it is. But i feel like i know they always say what's the adage like you know like the best things aren't necessarily the most expensive thing right. I agree with that in most cases except however off when it comes to skip gear. Give me that expensive. Because it's my face. i get one of them. I guess yes no being in the public. I think you have to. You have to pay attention to that. Too yeah. I love based on my instagram. Y'all already know that. I love a good pair jay's i spend money on sneakers coffee obviously starbucks mom and makeup in is shadow pallet. So that's my fight clearly shows basically the same person came so because we're down a person Andrew has just really love michelle. Our summer intern. Shell We wanted to like try. Something a little different before we get into the sports aspect of stuff because we have plenty to talk about olympics. I love your your boss lady. Choice. So we'll get into all that but we wanted to bring the shell on So that because we're very humble. She could ask us questions about ourselves. So how fabulous salad. Yeah it sounds so serving. I should have come up with a better intro but highly shell high. So you had this idea. Please tell the people that this was an us going at about ourselves. Check it was definitely my dear. Because i think attached to know more about you wonderful ladies because i love we also so they should know more so question for this. Pod is who is your celebrity crush as a kid. Listen i'll china make me loose followers on instagram. Because the answers. That i have a really terrible. I mean to tell you who my first husband was for real real And if i ever see this man i will let him know. It was john starks. My first husband. how likely like. I love john starks. So much that. I wore three Playing basketball i also was thirty four a miracle for ugly but in high school. I was three That like to when people throw out to eighteen at me. Like i still like. I'm like i wanna fight That i was such. It's crazy to think like what a die hard knicks fan. I was like. I think i've mentioned on the pilot. I hate reggie miller to this day. Like if i ever see him like. I'm kicking him in the shins. So so yeah. No john starks with my number one born baby. Gosh i was like ten. I don't know why love with this man but that was the one for me. Wow my i have two one of them I think that most people are not going to remember this..
"john starks" Discussed on The Minerva PLM TV Podcast Show
"Because you're right. It's it's so tempting to just google it or go to the lasted and sam l. I see what should was miserable. Were then right. I had not even considered the the critical thinking nature of not having a picture to go by. Okay now on a on a similar issue of people asking me why. I didn't put in the organization charts of the company and again the the thinking was a little bit the same to the region. Take a piece of paper you know. Enjoy the organization. John you know it's it's a minute work or something right. Yeah but but then helps to involve the more into the story you know they can make him think drain as they going along. That's beautiful taking it making it a tactile experience as well. Jane did amazing especially for such a short time. How is she going to continue that. I really love the idea with the workshop. They headed the end like the last two three weeks. I think i just wanna see how they're going to continue from there. What kind of changes. They will start or how they're going to initiate the change. I think it would be quite interesting to see. How do we get the project off the ground. And where we in the hub you. How would he describe the good way of doing the change management the communication. All the fights going on. I think that that could be interesting to see to see the sequel. You know. I have to ask right upfront. Is they're going to be products. Twenty twenty will there be a sequel be equal but it depends a lot if people nyc hundred nineteen the needs to be a market for absolutely no. I think if enough people are interested in knowing what happened next then it makes sense to write you know products twenty four twenty twenty one or whatever it would be because i think i think the next one will be some kind of project you know how they continue with the project but without actually getting in the implementation then in contention coming in Trusting i like that approach. And i think doing it. The novel format also gives you a bit more creative license than maybe took the first time around with being supersized and wanting to make sure that you know the details very accurate whatnot but once you start to get into that you know futures in and whatnot that it's we really couldn't do anything we why. What would we do if we could do. Awesome well thank you so much john. Is there anything else that you'd like to share with us today about products twenty nineteen just product life cycle management in general knowing i am i've really enjoyed you know being potter. He'll book club and hearing you know all of the feedback. It's been very rewarding and really grateful that you invited me. Thank you invitation excellent. Thank you so much. John and to all of our viewers. You'd like this content. Make sure to hit the light and subscribe buttons to never miss another episode. Have a question that you'd like to see answered. She doesn't email at j. m. o. At minerva dash pelham dot com or. Just drop your comments below. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day..
"john starks" Discussed on The Minerva PLM TV Podcast Show
"I must admit but the the other one that Really listening for was what they didn't like about them and to several of them. You know the very visual people and they would have liked to have some diagrams when you have a book where you have all of these. Were you describe. That sketches are mate and roy. Tomatoes like i we. I would wish that. I had those in the book absolutely agree with you. I'm very visual. Yes so it was like would have been so awesome to actually have just a few sketches along the way because like trying to picture it in my mind shop then yes bike lord of the rings. Where where are we right now. Okay i just need to go back and look at the map and then i understand so at least for me that would have been a nice addition to to have been there s as well so i want you debris to really have the experience of being jane during the project and She starts off. And i think professor bender has said something to about how product goes from its beginning to its end and he cites references but the first time she sits down at the weekend you know to to try and create a model. She she doesn't know what to do. So she takes piece of paper and she jewels horizontal line and says will the product goes from the market to end of life. And i was thinking. That's what the the region should really doing. You know the region should take a piece of paper and ruled out and then stink. Okay i can understand on the basis of what she's She's hurt you know. She can do that and she can't do anything more than that. And i saw a danger that people will start looking further on in the book you know for diagrams and when they did that they would see the the fifth or sixth model that she comes up with in a way that would mean. They didn't have to concentrate so much as they went through the book and and she comes up with other models so to me. That was part of the story about how you know areso someone who is doing research to develop a model because they don't know what it's going to be at the end and they start off with something simple and they think it's the answer but then they learn a little bit more from the interviews and they say it's not quiet riot so the following week she comes back and she improves digital and each time she improves weekend. I think it is you know i. It gradually grows result. What you know that people have been saying to her. And i wanted the readers to have experience with actually living through that and hoping that they would draw something to see what the pictures look rather than just looking to the back of the book to see what she comes. Up with that's actually rather brilliance kudos..
"john starks" Discussed on The Minerva PLM TV Podcast Show
"Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you for inviting me jennifer. Thank you for. Nineteen michio book club. Thank you for inviting me to meet. All of your members innkeeper joining us. And thank you also for writing products twenty nineteen. I'm not gonna say the whole title because it's probably the longest book titled andy. i've ever read. But it is all very relevant. And of course you also written like twenty other books on product. Life cycle management So incredible feat but really quickly before we jump into the book club discussion because there was a lot that we discussed about your book. What was it that prompted you to kind of go outside the norm and right products not twenty nineteen this novel style approach to product management education and learning versus the traditional textbook. In the post as you you say. I've written many textbooks style. Books and the reaction to them is often. What i heard from some of your book club members so number phone was sexually Very to be at least. Because i think it's the first book on feeling that the accurate From intuit without falling asleep. I have started on other luke's.
Journalist arrested while covering protests acquitted
"Press freedoms and an abuse of prosecutorial discretion. The jury found Des Moines Register reporter Andrea So Hori and her ex boyfriend Spencer Robinet, not guilty on misdemeanor charges of failure to disperse and interference with official acts after just two hours of deliberations didn't take long at all. The verdict really seen as an embarrassment. For the office of Polk County Attorney John Stark. Cone, which pursued the charges, despite widespread condemnation from advocates for a free press and human rights. Video of the arrest, captured by a responding officer showed the hurry and pain. Temporarily blinded by the pepper spray, repeatedly telling officers she's a journalist doing her job nonetheless, authorities that put her in a policeman and took her to jail. Now. This took just two hours to for the jury to decide that the press has freedoms in this country, and there's such thing as freedom of speech. For behind the scenes Look at a FN Go to a FN now dot com You can always reach out to me across the board on Social Media, Twitter or
LeBron James and the Miami Heat: From Champions to Breakup to NBA Finals Opponents
"Brian Windhorst you have spent I think the last decade of your life trying to establish successfully establishing by the way that you are a lot more than the Lebron guy after knowing and covering him longer than any other human being in our business dating back to your high school days in Akron and then even through the time you famously up and moved to Miami to cover him there. So I just want to begin by apologising for pulling you back into the orbit of the same son we've been worshiping for now seventeen years well I wouldn't be here but for Lebron I, extraordinarily fortunate to meet him when He. Was Fourteen years old his move to Miami in open the door for me to come to ESPN. So I, Oh, Lebron immensely, and while all of us want to spread our wings as we get older certainly would never shy away from or or tire from looking at this this guy because he's been influential character in my life and thankfully and influential character in the history of the NBA. Yeah. That was incredibly well said but now it's time to get super messy because in this case in this series where there are so many different interesting storylines and angles, it does feel like past might be prologue. I want to go back ten years now. It is July ninth, two, thousand and ten and Lebron James is introduced to heat fans for the first time along with Dwayne Wade and Chris. Bosh introduced to the NBA really for the first time as this big three and Lebron is asked about his plan for winning championships in Miami. Three kings came down here to win championships. Not One championship to Lebron. Tell us about that not too on. Now. Now by. Not. Fix. So at that moment. How did the Miami Heat See Lebron era playing out? Pat Riley thought that that was. The Greatest Dynasty team that he had ever been able to be a part of. Better than magic and Kareem and James Worthy. Better. Than Shack and Dwayne Wade better than the hopeful teams that he had with the next with Patrick Ewing and Allan Houston John starks. He thought this was one of the greatest teams in the history of the NBA. He saw a horizon for a decade where they would be in the finals year after year after year and maybe they wouldn't win it every year and maybe they wouldn't win five six or seven Lebron said, but they would rack up. It was going to be his sunset team. He was going to ride this dynasty out and then go into the sunset and it was an incredible for years. It was one of the most prolific four year runs in the history of the NBA, but it wasn't that dynasty and Pat. Riley, has never one hundred percent ever gotten over.
"john starks" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"This week, we covered the militia army that New England raised in response to the British capture of Fort, Ticonderoga. In hindsight we know that British General Burgoyne school was to continue to March south and link up with the forces of New York City. But at the time new Englanders feared that the invading army might hang a left and March right into New England, perhaps linking up with the British army that was in Rhode Island, the continental army was never large enough to defend everywhere, and many colonists did not want a standing army that large. They saw the militia as the Line of Defense in such times New England's ability to raise an outfit, a militia army despite having already sent many men to go fight in the continental army seems to prove the point that militia could at least sometimes be affective. New England. Militias seemed to be particularly well armed and also united against British rule. That is why after abandoning Boston in the first year of the war, the British largely ignored New England other than a few raids and the occupation of Newport for a short time. John starks command of the militia army that we will see an action next week at the critical battle of Bennington, also raises the ongoing issue about the politics. The Continental Congress. As I discussed in today's main show, stark had been a continental colonel and a very good one by most accounts. The fact that he got passed over for general in favor of Inuk, poor says a great deal about the politics that went on in Congress. Getting passed over for promotion led to the resignations of a great many officers over the course of the war. John Stark was just one example of this. For the most part, these men were still patriots and willing to fight. They just had lost faith in the continental Congress's ability to lead. Congress's F- leadership at times is one reason why George Washington is so revered. Military leaders often have patients for politicians making stupid decisions that could result in the loss of the war. That's the reason why men like Oliver Cromwell before this time or Napoleon afterwards dissolved legislatures, and simply ruled themselves as dictators. Washington, with very much of a different mole, in that he always deferred to Congress and respected Congress's wishes, even when he thought they were wrong or downright stupid. He would not even criticize them openly. Others, though like John Stark simply got fed up and quit. Last week, I mentioned that General John. Sullivan would do the same thing a few years later. Many other leaders would resign at least for a time at various points during the war and John..
"john starks" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"No for going was determined to press on and capture Albany. A going to not have good intelligence of Stark's militia army, preparing to move against him, he did have more general information that the Americans were gathering. Had good reason to fear an attack from New England in his rear. He had planned to send a detachment of Gerbils to sack Manchester then moves south eventually reconnecting with the advancing main army near Albany. For going's hope was that the detachment would pacify the region collect tolls, volunteers, and also gathered much needed supplies and horses. Many of the German troops that were with progression were cavalry. They had come to America without horses hoping to become mounted troops when the opportunity presented itself. The army found itself in need of more horses to us as pack animals. This was a pretty audacious mission. Less than a thousand soldiers mostly Germans who did not speak English were marching out on more than two hundred Mile Round trip through the wilderness with very little intelligence about what face them. The leader of the German troops, and we're going second in command general. Von Rodeo thought this was a crazy amount to expect of his soldiers. After a few days of discussions, we're going reduce the scope of the march. To move on the depot at Bennington capture, horses and supplies there and recruit as many loyalists as they could before they rejoined Burgoyne army. To. Lead the rate on Bennington for going selected lieutenant colonel. Friedrich Bow. A German brunswicker officer who led a regiment of goons. Dragoon if you don't know, is a soldier that normally rides a horse, but unlike a Cavalry Soldier Tribune's tend to dismount before going into battle fighting without their horses and balanced case, his men had no horses at all. They were marching around with heavy boots and equipment designed for writing. Bowel hope to capture hundreds of horses in the Connecticut Valley to equip both his own men as well as for the army more generally. About was a career officer who had seen combat in seven years war. However he had no experience with wilderness fighting. And had never commanded more than a regimen. He, also spoke no English at all. For going also deployed with Bom, a few British regulars, as well as some of the remaining native American scouts that had remained with the army. Also with bow was Philip Skien the Tory militia officer, who had assured going that most of the region still held loyalist views and would rise up to support the army when they arrived. For going task skiing with raising local recruits and getting them to join local regiments in support of the king. On August ninth bow left Fort Edward. With, about six hundred and fifty soldiers, almost all German speaking whiskers and a few cannons. His men moved about eight miles down river to Fort Miller which the Americans had already abandoned. Their, he waited a day for the native American warriors and British regulars. Who would accompany them? When the regulars were not available, foul received another hundred Germans to supplement his detachment, he also collected several hundred local loyalist volunteers, either at Fort Miller, or over the next couple of days while marching. Movement though was slow. As I said the Germans were outfitted with heavy boots and long coats that were sweltering in the August heat. Because they still do not have enough horses. The soldiers had to carry much of their own supplies, the footpaths that they used made transporting carts or the artillery extremely difficult. As a result, the column made slow progress over the next few days among the civilians, a great many profess support for the king. Some of them joined the column as volunteers and scheme did his best at recruitment, many others after swearing, the oath of allegiance given documents, identifying them as loyalists and.
"john starks" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"For going continued to move south, albeit slowly as Americans felt hundreds of trees to block his armies path. By the time his army reached the Hudson River. It had faced no serious and sustained opposition to his offensive. This was not to say that everything went according to plan. For going had hoped to capture the continentals at Fort Ticonderoga. Almost, all the garrison there had escaped and had bloodied the British pursuers in the rear guard action at Hubbert ten. Most of Burgoyne Indian allies had abandoned him after he put restrictions on them sometime after the murder of Jane mccrea and other civilians. The second wing of the British Offensive Under General, Barrington Ledger was still stuck besieging Fort Stanwick at this point in early August. After the British had made their difficult wilderness march to Fort Edward General Burgoyne found. His army increasingly cut off from his resources in Canada. He had opened up a supply route from Fort George, which had helped some of his artillery and heavier supplies. Catch up with the main army. But an army of thousands also needed food. They also needed many more horses to carry all the equipment and moved further south to engage the enemy. For also learn that the main British army under general. How would not be moving up the Hudson Valley to join forces with him rather? How had taken his army south to Conquer Philadelphia? At the same time, the scattered continental army was collecting it soldiers and being supplemented by militia. Particularly the large militia army under general stark. All of this meant that General Burgoyne found. His army increasingly is located. The conservative move would have been to pull back to Fort Ticonderoga and call an end to the offensive until either house army would be ready to assist in the Hudson, valley or Ludden sent a larger army through Canada. But you have to remember general. Burgoyne had gotten this command by criticizing his superiors for being too conservative. He was not going to fall into that same trap and delay his victory for another year. Doing so might have resulted in London sending another general to finish the job for him..
"john starks" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Leaders John Langdon stuff force with three thousand dollars in hard specie. Langdon was longtime Patriot at an early member of the committee of Correspondence for his State. You may remember him from back in episode fifty one when he led the seventeen seventy four attack on Fort William and Mary in Portsmouth. Langdon had also accepted a colonel see in the New Hampshire militia, but he was more politician and soldier. He had been speaker of the New Hampshire Assembly and also served in the Continental Congress. Langdon also ran a fleet of privateers which had earned him some serious coin in the first couple years of the war. When he put up the money. Langton figured that he would either be reimbursed if the Americans eventually one. If not he would probably be hanged as a traitor and wouldn't need the money anyway. Signing bonuses for the soldiers and proper supplies to support them alone with the knowledge that they could be under attack, any day led the militia to flock to New Hampshire's defense. Knowing that general stark would lead them also influenced many men to join. He was a well respected officer and a leader of men. Within a few weeks, General Star had raised a force of nearly fifteen hundred militia about twenty five companies general, stark, spent that time organizing and training his men. Most of his militia were frontier, Zeman familiar with the region and experienced Indian fighters. Many older men had combat experience from the French and Indian war. Stark focused on organizing the men into units and drilled fighting as a unit. By August he said about half this force to Manchester Vermont. Stark remained in New Hampshire organizing the remainder of his force, and then marched to catch up with his advance force Manchester. When he arrived, he found his soldiers preparing to march south to join up with Schuyler continentals near Fort Edward in New York. General Benjamin Lincoln had already arrived on the scene and issued the order. Stark and Lincoln had a private conversation. The details of which are not known. However. The gist of the discussion was that Star told Lincoln that the New Hampshire militia would remain where they could defend New Hampshire. They were not under the command of continental officers, and they were not going.
"john starks" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"By the beginning of August seventeen, seventy, seven general burgoyne army had reached the Hudson River. To the West for Stan, Wicks was still under siege, awaiting General Arnold's relief force that I discussed a couple of weeks ago. We last left General Burgoyne, following the murder of Jane mccrea, which also helped spur Patriot opposition to his army, and resulting in some of his Indian warriors, abandoning the mission and going home. The American defense however was still incomplete disarray. General Philip Schuyler was trying to rally army of both continentals and militia near Fort Edward to stop. We're going to march on Albany. But after the loss of Fort Ticonderoga, many Americans had lost faith the army. Desertions were still far outnumbering the small numbers of reinforcements that General Washington had sent marching north to join Schuyler. General Burgoyne had taken four Edward again without any fight. General, Schuyler moved to the other side of the Hudson River using the river as a barrier between the continentals and Burgoyne British and German army. Schuyler, then retreated the American army further south towards Saratoga still without any apparent plan to mount a stand. With the bulk of the continental, army still in New Jersey and having to remain there to face general. House army in New York City. The only way to stop or goings, northern army was to call out the militia and hope that they were up to the task. A key figure in the effort to mobilize the militia was a former continental colonel named John Stark. You may recall that Colonel Stark played a key role in the battle of Bunker Hill which I discussed back in episodes, sixty, five and sixty six. Stark was a new Hampshire native. When he was in his early twenties, he had been captured by the ABACHI warriors and taken to Canada. There, he and another prisoner were forced to run a gauntlet. This was a common practice among natives to beat and humiliate prisoners. The men had to run through a row of warriors armed with sticks. The warriors would beat them as they ran through. Usually. Somebody would try to run through as fast as they could. And if they fell, get up and keep going before the warriors beat them to death. Instead start grabbed a stick of the I worry in line and proceeded to beat the warrior. Chief was impressed by stark's bravery and fighting ability so much that he permitted him to live and hunt with the tribe over the winter. Star was later adopted into the chiefs family. And in the following spring, stark was part of a prisoner exchange that allowed him to return to New Hampshire. Member of the New Hampshire. Militia stark had fought in Canada during the French and Indian war. At that time he had risen to the rank of captain in Rogers..
"john starks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Stuff like that it was a really what's what's experience how friendly are they it can be the best of all over the world right but if he's not it is commission with me especially if that's not really worth it I'm part of a job so in general it's safe you know that we love you if you like making money they will be on screen or or if you like helping people because then you know hopefully sooner do what makes you happy I'm interested in you know it's pretty weird I would say you know what what if you don what can you do and what's stopping you from doing there is no proven path for what you want to do so John Starks do it the alternative is you have no idea what you could be missing out on the losing out on I mean no idea amazing life can be if you do if you take action such as Devers home was stolen no I don't mean thieves stole stuff I mean scammers literally stole her home the FBI calls title after one of the fastest growing white collar crimes and this story is why you need home title lock Deborah says criminals found the title to our home online and file fraudulent documents claiming they own our home wait it gets worse never goes on to say I was evicted from my own homemade eighty five granted equity gone nobody believes.
"john starks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In ogle thank you John Starks that was a lot of fun man talking to John Starks back in the day go with the four different colleges M. was undrafted nineteen eighty eight on draft he only made the next team because in a try out for the next he tried to dunk on prep Patrick Ewing and Ewing hurt him he fell down on his knee and the Knicks at that point had to keep him on the team because they could let him go injured yeah so he says that Patrick Ewing injuring him on that dunk with his saving grace to make it to the NBA about that became the starting point guard and a dominant next team he was a stud man guy could shoot it I remember him coming in to get a Cup dunk over bigger guys he was a star there was a lot of fun talking on and my buddy I was talking about David what's the nicest guy in the world the best Jeff Darlington is a great friend of this show we had a funny moment with him last week on the show and he's kind enough to join us now JD how are you man you know that it's been a long time if you guys are talking nicely in Chicago by John Starks by the way yes I'm from Jersey I remember those squads and I would there is nothing funny about that it was pretty funny the talk to him he actually played four games in a bulls uniform people kind of forget that really yeah they pick them up in two thousand when they were horrible he played four games and that was it but boy does next teams I said how many championships would you of one John if Michael had never been born and he laughed and said came account of that somebody thought they would've won so you guys don't go not all that matters I'm gonna go around the league with you but I first want to touch on what you told us V. P. last night that if Mitchell Trubisky somehow whether he comes in because Nick plays poorly or Nick gets injured or match wins the competition in training camp whatever that is he could at the end of the year you know what I'm sick and tired of Chicago media and all of it I'm going somewhere else don't you protect it wouldn't necessarily be effective Chicago media thing I'm just saying that if you if you were to so if you don't apply the fifth year option obviously you're not committing long term to him that's the risk of not applying but I actually I I take the optimistic perspective but not applying to fifty option both for Trubisky standpoint and from the standpoint I mean you just mentioned the thing that happened to start or you got hurt and had to keep them so that's a plus for the fifth year option like the only way to get that fifth year option is now guaranteed if the day like week sixteen fifty had the fifth year option apply to him and he gets hurt and you can't pass a physical in March then the bears are now on the hook for like twenty four million dollars even if they wanted to move on contribute to twenty twenty one right that being said like I remember when Q. three got the fifty option apply to him what was ultimately a final year with the correct and then banded up the Redskins will kind of dumb to do that because they ended up not being able to find out anything more about RG three maybe they felt like they do enough but they put him on the shelf because they were too afraid of using a practice or game at the risk of getting hurt so if you don't apply the fifth year option you can just walk out there and people you've got and at the end of the year if you does in fact have the breakthrough that everybody's been waiting on but then then maybe you can recommend to clients but I still think that's better than the alternative of putting up a few option it'll come but we kind of ended up rescinding it at the end of the year so I think it's actually better for everybody that they don't apply so do do you think it's an open competition thank you yes what we're whether they know it whether the parents know it or not with the fans or not whether we know it or not I think ultimately a lot of the time this is the one one of the more open than we wanted even to clear them because one of the folders just sucks what I mean right the company employs well then all of a sudden it's an open competition like well not only are you going to just it's not like either of you guys holes or for fifty or a situation where the bears are completely tied to them it's not like if if the bank of the Kathmandu Dalton in a draft your borough with the first overall pick and then say at the beginning of training camp open competition we know it's not we note for a job but in this case I I I do think that you could go with either guy if you can alternately feel fine about it so as you look around the league you've got cam Newton still sitting out there and there's a lot of speculation I mean I've read a lot where he's not going in to be a back up right he's going to wait and if October twenty seventh somebody gets hurt Nicole god who we gonna start to bring him and then do you think there's a chance he sits the entire season what I mean so to that point if that helps him feels the only thing I'd say there's that that's also pretty much a lot of people feel like I don't think that really want to bring him in as a backup because of the polarizing impact that has on a locker room currently felt it'd be so from from his perspective it's not the same as Jennifer and you don't know where those guys kind of have been humbled to the point where they recognize the need to go somewhere and kind of reading group in India and we sat down but he was wrongfully cut thirty years healthy enough not the restrictions over the NFL or such that but you can't even bring him in to get their doctor to look at his shoulder and sport so nobody's gonna commit starter money to the person or to the body really weird spot so to that point I could see him completely taking a year off well maybe getting them so completely healthy to a point that you haven't been in years thank Dan approaching free agency on day one as a true asset to potential so it might sound crazy but I actually think that that might be a smart move for him yeah no question about it so he's sitting out there Andy Dalton goes to Dallas for seven million for me that's a phenomenal signing because dak is clearly the guy and it gives you a very reasonably priced veteran security blanket but I still would rather have Nick Foles who knows these coaches in this system then I have your date Andy Dalton you agree I agree with that I mean I think you I think everything's individual at a lot of times we get enamored by the player as opposed to the fit and your point full season it's a nice fit in Chicago to find out once and for all this guy is a franchise starter and your point about Dalton I mean she just he really is I from what I understand you just want ME to Dallas guy spends all season very kind of a homebody and you just want to be in Dallas that seven million dollar contract up if you consented actually three million if you want but you're sitting the bench like a normal backup would which is obviously a great deal the cowboys so they're basically getting a hometown discount on a guy that didn't really want to go to Jacksonville that didn't you know even though starting provincials better there so yeah I think that's a good fit with your point I don't think they're that bad market bears fan connector experimental radio or not fact all the tuition for both guys with this schedule will come out on Thursday Jeff do you really think we're going to play a sixteen game season and what if they said yeah we're starting November one and the super bowls April fourteenth her I I don't know I do know that if they can find a way to figure it out with the broadcasting rights which seems to me to be the hardest part like what we would all be on board right like what fame is going to be like well I'm not gonna watch the NFL in March like let's do it rock and roll but I I I was doing yeah I still think the NFL the old I mean my sense is like why not go ahead and plan the schedule so that if you get all this and all the sudden thing that's better than maybe some anticipate conquered the pandemic that in which you're prepared to start the season because the worst thing in the world if you like to have a little bit more of an alarmist perspective and be like well there's no way we're gonna play it now but things get better than we anticipate but they're like well shoot the gush of what about the sooner so I don't blame yourself for this at all I think that they are not turning a blind guy I think that they're just trying to be as prepared as possible because quite honestly right now what else Jeff Darlington with us here on Capitol but any S. P. one thousand I also read with great interest on his eightieth birthday don Shula calls you and says Hey come on over to the house any truth you said like his grandson take us back to that conversation because I met him once at his restaurant in Chicago and he could have been a nicer guy law firm yeah I mean he could twenty because we said it couldn't be nicer but if you ask his former players they'll tell you that he's the toughest do that like that the guy who is like the top militant Daddy's name you know get a agent becomes the the warm fuzzy grandfather that was cool okay yeah I I I had moved to South Florida two thousand five and started covering the dolphins and have gotten a little bit just because you're around a lot still and and then had known well enough that you don't want to be over we are doing a story for the Miami Herald and he was willing to just have the order itself and we sat on the veranda so this is beautiful house overlooking Biscayne Bay and he just told story after story after story and it never felt like I I always wish I was recording it the whole thing and I I'm one of the for a little bit before like we did it wasn't like I phones reduces recorder servicing and the recorder ended up breaking and it had to be audio on and I'm so glad that I don't still have it I thought the memory but I was just amazing just to sit there and listen to him because it didn't feel like an interview it just felt like two people we just got into a pick the brain of of the greatest.
"john starks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"World headquarters sign Charlie palace we move into the final hour of trading where it often gets interesting we've got stock holding on to their gains the Dow the S. and P. nasdaq they are all pushing all right now let's begin with the numbers I'll tell you why first of all the S. and P. five hundred index up now by one hundred and nineteen point seven a gain of just about four point eight percent we have got the nasdaq composite index higher by three hundred points for nasdaq status in advance right now the just about four point five four point oh five percent while the Dow is up one thousand twenty points are now by four point eight percent so the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all pushing higher right now we have got John Starks jumping with stimulus close investors are speculating that the two trillion dollar rescue package poised to pass Congress will blunt the pandemic's toll on the economy treasuries holding on to gains the tenure of eighteen thirty seconds you'll right now point eight O. percent crude oil West Texas intermediate plunging seven percent twenty two seventy eight a barrel and gold is up eight tenths of one percent right now higher by twelve fifty sixty homes at sixteen twenty nine Bloomberg economics says the coronaviruses triggered a global recession and for proof look no further the nearest bus Java bus stop with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny del ju dice Bloomberg the condiments pour over reams of data here's something that stands out about the pandemic's impact the number of people using public transit a proxy for economic activity has collapsed data from movement which tracks transit worldwide shows countries that went into lockdown first obscene passenger volume fall furthest with Italy down nearly ninety percent retail trade expert radio manufacturing giant caterpillar has withdrawn its outlook for twenty twenty adding to evidence that the corona virus crisis is disrupting American industrial activity caterpillar shares up today by three point nine percent after earnings micron up by four point three percent recapping stocks higher the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all advancing right now holding on to.
"john starks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"It out Joe Dumars for his time with the six foot three and he was tasked with stopping Michael Jordan John Starks how does Johnston I sat next to John Starks on many occasions the taller than I a list of a six five I've raised he he's tall but he's not like you know he's not one of these specimens are you see their Marley was guarding Michael Jordan in NBA finals Jeff Hornacek at times guarding Michael Jordan in an NBA finals so I V. level of Lincoln athleticism that heart is going up against north's what Michael Jordan running towards it however you also have to account for relative to your peers and Michael Jordan was so much more dominant relative to his peers been James harden is the his James harden's that even the best player in the league what is the best player in the league it wasn't even called but even the best player in the league currently so like you know I'm trying to take this conversation as seriously as I can without just dismissing it off hand because that that's no fun of course I rank Michael Jordan over James harden just because I I think lebron but I know some of you might know I think we brought the best player ever and does not mean I need to take credit away from Michael Jordan that's a ridiculous stance to take Michael Jordan the legend for a reason I I II proved himself in the high leverage situations that's why he's a better scorer than James harden because he could get it done when the defense was totally focused on him when it was at its tightest but harden does do some things that Michael Jordan didn't that's so you couldn't but didn't because of the era and and I do think harden is doing it against a superior talent level but Michael Jordan it is ranked up above James harden obviously especially when you're talking relative to their peers eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four two two seven is James harden factually a better score than Michael Jordan as rockets GM Daryl Morey said let's go to Cathy in Portland Oregon Kathy you're up next here on CBS sports radio Sir you've taken all my logical arguments already and I'm grateful to you I would like to make if it's all right the emotional arguments okay thank you that's sports talk radio callers supposed to make the emotional are you because I agree with all your your life or you make sure exactly what I was going to make the number one James harden he travels continually in I don't know what that is called he picks out you know he when he moves forward to draw the files on the perimeter shots of thank you thank you very much and number two I know it sounds corny but I'm an old woman and watching Michael Jordan Carol part your team and the Celtics girl and watching Michael Jordan tear apart your team is just not the same as watching James harden do it and I know that's a little childish in a you know I obviously Lutheran can I don't think that's childish there's no one who okay there are people who rooted for the Knicks in the nineties who hate Michael Jordan because they knew he was always gonna rip their heart there is no fan base that goes all my gosh you know James harden he puts the fear in me that there's not not like lebron with raptors fans are lebron with Celtics fans are you know any of the you know the those groups harden hasn't done that yet no he is not in most of it is because of the the reasons that you put forward and also part of the reason as you said about James harden scoring more for possession or more per shot I'm sorry is that now culturally or whatever you wanna call that tactically they do the NBA takes for three point shot so as a result yes now he's corpse hi you know they were three yes Sir I mean that's part but that's also makes you more dangerous as a scorer right I mean again that's why it's it's tough relative to era and I appreciate the call him it makes you more dangerous as a score because you the three point shot unlock so much also means if the guard them further out I mean it's why the game today is that such a higher level than it ever has been the the athleticism is off the charts it's so difficult to guard teams because of the three point shot and then you know like it just creates this level of spacing that was never there before again Michael Jordan's era Michael Jordan is different because he was the only guy who could do it what what he did in and that's a testament to his greatness right he was the only one that was like that but what other teams do they dribbled the ball cross half court they dumped it inside of their big man the big man had the back to the basket and everybody else was attached to their man man to man you didn't read really have to worry about the three to that degree nowadays your your your guarding some sort of freak of nature Kevin Durant of seven feet tall who can go all the way to the bucket dunk on your face or shoot a three from anywhere on the court including like damn near half court I think it's the the spacing that that's their it it's out of control it's out of control James harden factually a better score than Michael this is fun eight five five two one two four two two seven it's the rubber member show here on CBS sports radio.
"john starks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Jordan when again you know Joe Dumars great player for his time with the six foot three and he was tasked with stopping Michael Jordan John Starks how does Johnston I sat next to John Starks on many occasions is barely taller than I a list of the six five I've raised he he's tall but it's not like you know he's got one of these specimens but you see their Marley was guarding Michael Jordan in NBA finals Jeff Hornacek at times guarding Michael Jordan in NBA finals so I V. level of Lincoln athleticism that heart is going up against yes what Michael Jordan against Dorset however you also have to account for relative to your peers and Michael Jordan was so much more dominant relative to his peers been James harden is to his James harden that even the best player in the league what is the best player in the league it wasn't even that even the best player in the league currently so like you know I'm trying to take this conversation as seriously as I can without just dismissing it offhand because that that's no fun of course I rank Michael Jordan over James harden just because I I think lebron but I know some of you might know I think we brought the best player ever it does not mean I need to take credit away from Michael Jordan that's a ridiculous stance to take Michael Jordan the legend for a reason I I II proved himself in the high leverage situations that's why he's a better scorer than James harden because he could get it done when the defense was totally focused on him when it was at its tightest but harden does do some things that Michael Jordan didn't that's so you couldn't but didn't because of the era and and I do think harden is doing it against a superior talent level but Michael Jordan it is ranked up above James harden obviously especially when you're talking relative to their peers eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four two two seven is James harden factually a better score than Michael Jordan as rockets GM Daryl Morey said let's go to Cathy in Portland Oregon Kathy you're up next here on CBS sports radio Sir you've taken all my logical arguments already and I'm grateful to you I would like to make if it's alright the emotional arguments okay thank you for your sports talk radio callers supposed to make the emotional are you because I agree with all your your life or you make sure exactly what I was going to make but number one James harden he travels continually any I don't know what that is called he kicks out you know he when he moves forward to draw the house on the perimeter shots of thank you thank you very much and number two I know it sounds a little corny but I'm an old woman and watching Michael Jordan Carol part your team and the Celtics girl and watching Michael Jordan tear apart your team is just not the same as watching James harden do it and I know that's a little childish and I you know I obviously we weren't think that's childish there's no one who okay there are people who rooted for the Knicks in the nineties who hate Michael Jordan because they knew he was always gonna rip their heart there is no fan base that goes all my gosh you know James harden he puts the fear in me that there's not not like lebron with raptors fans are lebron with Celtics fans are you know any of the you know the those groups harden hasn't done that yet no he is not in most of it is because of the the reason is that you put forward and also part of the reason as you said about James harden scoring more for possession or more per shot I'm sorry is that now culturally are whatever you wanna call that tactically they do the NBA takes for three point shot so as a result yes now we score you know four three yes Sir I mean that's part but that's also makes you more dangerous as a scorer right I mean again that's why it's it's tough relative to era and I appreciate the call I'm it makes you more dangerous as a score because you have the three point shot unlock so much also means yet the guard them further out I mean that's why the the game today is that such a higher level than it ever has been the the athleticism is off the charts the it's so difficult to guard teams because of the three point shot and then it just creates this level of spacing that was never there for again Michael Jordan's era Michael Jordan is different because he was the only guy who could do it what what he did in and that's testament to his greatness right he was the only one that was like that but what other teams do they dribble the ball cross half court they dumped it inside of their big man the big man had the back to the basket and everybody else was attached to their man man to man you didn't read really have to worry about the three to that degree nowadays your your your guarding some sort of freak of nature Kevin Durant of seven feet tall who can go all the way to the bucket dunk on your face or shoot a three from anywhere on the court including like damn near half court it's the the spacing that that's there it's out of control it's out of control is James harden factually a better score than Michael this is five eight five five two one two four.
"john starks" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"The more. We're talking about it. Was going to win the power of veto. Candies. Just a piece of candy because. This housewife is and then like. This possibly be is this Meaney leaks. I'm not sure. Yeah. Okay. Bethany Frankel no idea here. Lots of ideas for the masked houseguests. Okay. Tender Taryn wants to what is Eric stance on Ps? We know you were going to smash them. Yeah. Not a p guy. There's been one too many tastic documentaries about that lately. I just I don't wanna be. I wanna be appearing on on the next star Kelly special. Not if I missed read that I'm sorry. I'm confused. I don't like vegetables. I'm sorry. Okay. All right, Eric, I think that's about it. It was about in about forty five minutes ago got an Email about when when we're gonna play basketball from one of the listeners. We're not doing that. I mean, it would be you get a lot of bang for your buck though, because I could see taking us six seven. About this Eric what if you and I play NBA jam? Yes. Can announcer. Yes. Okay. And then we'll livestream livestream. Rob versus Eric NBA jam what year probably about what ninety three. Would you be cheating? If it was an NBA jam ninety four and playing the game from the shower. You finally caught what I was dangling for here with Patrick Ewing and John Starks that way can get you back on the double or nothing for the the wo- bet. It's all coming full circle. Or do you have a Sega Genesis? I actually do. Yeah. Okay. All right. But maybe look maybe we could be on to something here. I like where your head's Aldo? Unfortunately, it would be us one on one but NBA is played to onto. So you know, it's all the more for fast dig in on. Okay. All right. Please welcome. The stars of NBA jam ninety four rob. And eric. Were to get any sponsors.
"john starks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Tony rate, the the the top five ball players of all time. Well, nobody's going to be on the list was playing because it's still playing. Legacy is when you look back as okay, he played X amount of years. He averaged this. He won a championship. He didn't win a championship. He was the third time. Thirteen time all star. He wanted Olympic gold medal. It's just the legacy is your body of work. If you're still playing the workers face, maybe Anthony Davis goes to the Lakers and they win five championships. Maybe goes to the Lakers. They didn't win anything. We'll take away from being a great ball player note. Made a deal. I'm like, they got rid of first thing. I said is telling my son because he loves basketball. I said they cleared cap space to get to max players that they'll never get. Everybody said, oh, they're going to get a Durant and they're gonna get what stop. Someone wrote a good article said if Durant wants to keep winning championships he stays with Golden State. If he's looking to improve his brand or his legacy than the Knicks average shot. What do you mean your brand because you come to New York, and you win see one thing about New York? We we we think we're the smartest team. Smartest. Region. Area in all sports is SR arrogance. We, you know, we we know more than anybody else. The cargo will say the same thing about their group. Boston about their group, LA, whatever. Only in New York can Larry Johnson be known for hitting a four point play any make a big deal out of it. John Starks is known for that great dunk..
"john starks" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And yes to a rebound basketball for us to win. And then the points will come second. And soon as the focus starts to change on what he really needs to beat in these guys start to be successful. And I'm happy about their for Mike because he really wants it. And this is last year as well. He wants to make the NCAA tournament as well address struggling from the art against temple, you guys rally back in fact, tighter, Harris, fourteen point four nine from the art Tyler, you know, I'm not really worried about his shooting. He's a guy that doesn't lose confidence. And I talked to him before the game and say, hey, every time you get to open take it don't pump fake it take. It hurts our team. You don't do. So he came out ahead ahead of big game given Davenport eleven points. My Martin followed up his nice game at temple. He had ten points for. Yes. Well, you know, the seniors are they're definitely leading, you know, espec- Jeremie he understands now win to go, and we're not going to get other people involved and NBA true point guard. I think. Early on. He wanted to score. And there wasn't working well for him. And now he's trying to be there true leader. And he's he's doing really well quickly before we get to break. I just thought of something with or does he remind you any, and I know this guy played a he may have been finishing up his time when you were coming into the NBA or you may have been retired by the time John stark with the Knicks, and here's a shooter. And he's like man, whether you're hitting or not shooters, gotta shoot. Well. Yeah. Tyler is you know, he he's a weapon for us. Yeah. Office Prowse is something that we need every night. We need him to shoot the ball whether make or miss the team's respect him. And you know, he is a guy like John Starks that could get hot really quick. It never loses the top. And never never never. Well, we come back. We're going to open up. We're going to go to ditch rock window to seven here. We're gonna open up our social media desk. Got just a couple of minutes left. If we want to tweet a question at hashtag, ask Benny and ask the coach a question tonight. This portrait opinion show brought to you by dose AKIs lager. Especially our respect the game. Don't drink more drink better. We're back to the blindfold the Highland strip. It's the penny. Hardaway showed it comes away from learfield. IMG college..
New York company latest to pitch LeBron James, implore him to sign with Knicks
"Conor superstar connor is a guy that gets a million paper vise so a billboard near madison square garden has challenged lebron james who signed with the knicks the free new york has now joined the billboard what what is the billboard say it says king of new york question mark prove it and then it has the hashtag king james nyc eighteen so that's cavs lakers sixers and now nick let me what is the billboard say again king of new york question mark proven basically challenging him that's so stupid yes it instead of saying we love you it's like proved to us you're good the knicks can't even get billboard right here's what makes it more stupid they don't have any cap room they have a hundred million committed already next year so they can't sign they are they still paying joke him noah oh my they're paying him forever folk and they're paying bobby baena i think they're all paying bobby baena joke him known i my question would be not really sign with the knicks my question is how far down the list are the knicks for lebron goes no i don't even know if their top ten their locations assigned there is no organization if i said you nixon jets you think the knicks is the better brand the jets have actually had several really good seasons in the last fifteen years the afc championship twice with mark sanchez like the jets brand is they're losers i don't have it in front of me look real quick on the jets last ten years i bet you they're close to a five hundred franchise the knicks are the worst franchise in new york top down there a mess they'll a misconception that they like used to be good and that's not really trips not really they had some good teams patrick ewing but they never won and most of their most beloved players can't shoot when they love charles oakley he can't shoot john starks couldn't shoot a three the late anthony mason couldn't shoot their beloved players generally what kind of organization you are is.