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A Conversation With 2020 U.S. Open Champion Dominic Thiem

Beyond The Baseline

05:23 min | 2 months ago

A Conversation With 2020 U.S. Open Champion Dominic Thiem

"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this week sports illustrated tennis podcast were all catching our breath after the twenty twenty us open no one more. So than our first guest, why you ask it's dominant team, your men's winner he stopped by for what I thought was really quite an extraordinary conversation especially given the circumstances after that we speak with Dr Seon Bilac she's the president of Barnard here New York. She's also a cognitive scientists in a world expert on choking. So given the events of the week, we wanted to get her take. So it is a double, but I are champ from singles. Here's Dominic team. I didn't have time yet to reflect on on this incredible match on the on the win. The Dhamma. Grizzard champion off it's it's unreal to me still and also yesterday. We rent. Straits to the hotel after all the breast. Had some dinner together and then I didn't sleep on seconds so. Was not able to reflect but I guess that's coming the next day's. Going to say I, guess you pulled an all nighter as we say, how do you celebrate a major during lockdown? This is a new one. How do you celebrate when you can't exactly I would have been happening the? Honestly. We had pizza with my team Del Room, and then we were just jailing talking about. Reviews for weeks about the tournament and I think that I, wouldn't have done differently when. Everything was normal because I was shattered dean was as well, and the is coming in the our with a big hole. They wait till you get home. What affect. Do you think it had on? You not having fans there Stop for everybody I guess because fans of full stadium if she'll so much energy positive fantasy. You can rely on them. You can. You can rely on them, they will carry you. Through tough situations, carry us. Through when you feel leads and all these falls away. Of course, the teams April the Eugen for, but it's only three people so. Is was really tough to all the TIME INDIANA CI yourself. push yourself all the time. It's a unique situation and over even thought for the stadium full. In the moment, are you aware of of just how crazy crazy match the Zeus of are you aware of all these wild swings? I am yeah. Usually. I. I really remember. Most of the details in in every mansions. I four said sorted were kind of strange but then if said. I never experienced something before it was so weird such a big drama you will were ending up in the daybreak. With all the years we know shallow with the fringe share the Chinese broad a super long. Two Grand Slam finals, and then we badly all if said daybreak, it's just so crazy and. I guess to lock your. Normal to pressure before big matches. Did you know how intense the pressure was before you got out there? Did you know before you hit the first ball who you were really nervous? Noam usually are most times i. I find. The perfect mix between two nervous and the northern Norway, which is this area yesterday I just didn't find it I feeling really good at the warm up by. was hitting the ball very clean, very goods. Didn't have any pain was fooling fit and then I go out and suddenly I feel. So nervous arms are heavy lakes or heavy, I cannot really blame I. Real Dennis and the dental tough, and then all of this auden. Even I think was only off among soon to sits down. What are you telling yourself after that? I was telling myself. I was hoping that I free up at one point in then I was getting myself well is a major final. Fight for every point doesn't been get way worse than debts and. just hoping that also your opponent gives you something because he was playing very, very limited getting serving. Amazing playing solid from the bank and. then. Maybe he gave me a little bit. Maybe one full or some easy mistakes on the base on broken bank in his third and. Will moment where three. When it became. A good match.

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"john worth" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"john worth" Discussed on WEEI

"Hope everybody's having a good one. And we're talking about Novak Djokovic before you know, tennis, making its way into the national conversation because of what happened to him. At the U. S open and nobody better to talk tennis with that. My friend John Worth I'm senior writer for Sports Illustrated and Tennis Channel analyst Jonathan It's been too long since we talked man. Sorry. Very doing Well, you know, and I read your column this morning on dot com. And it did a really nice job putting the tennis aspect of this in perspective for me because I think a lot of people can watch and have a reaction to what happened and their thoughts on, you know, forgetting that the letter of the law but the spirit of it But can you will, you know, elaborate a little bit on simply what this may have cost Novak Djokovic, the player to not be able to complete this torn Yeah. I mean, I think that's really where the discussion and I think it's a pretty open and shut case whether he should have been defaulted. But most immediately this cost him attempt to win this event. I mean, he was the only guy left in the drought ever won. A major better is not here. Noodles. Not here really was his tournament to lose that. Obviously an opportunity squandered. Hey, has 17 majors. Nadal has 19 federal 20, so they're really sort of history of play. And then I think the other thing is just, you know, he's the guy who really wants to be like he doesn't have quite the popularity of Federer Nadal. He's trying to start this player's association and he just announced ah, a week ago. I mean, it could not come at a worse time for him. I mean, this is an off season where he tried to hold up your charity event in the Balkans turned into a super spreader event because they ignored covert protocol. He's No. I had some pretty shaky things to say about vaccinations. I mean, there's there's a lot here for context that goes way beyond you know, yesterday's regrettable incident and hitting a woman with the ball. Is that why you think he was like? So you know, overly almost apologetic. I think in his instagram post a little because it felt like the exclamation point on what has been a you know, not a refugee or firm on the court. It was the 26th. No. But a rough year for his perception. If you will. Yeah. I think he knew the drill. Like he knew as soon as this happened that really he didn't give anyone any choice. And you sort of made this case about? Well, she didn't have to go to the hospital on it. Objected. He knew what he did was Grandma. It's like bumping Ah, official of the N D. And this is a given, but yeah, I think very immediately afterwards, he realized this was in a lot of ways. The last thing he needed. I mean, you're right. This was his first defeat. Love 2020. His tennis has been spectacular, but there's so much else swirling with this guy, and some of it is historical and some of it is personal. And I mean again. He had a very rough coverted standpoint, in the sense that sort of from a PR standpoint, he just had one blunder after another. The last thing he needed was to get defaulted from from this tournament and So he crossed an ocean to play this event. He forfeited all his prize money. He lost credibility. He lost a chance to win a major. Now he goes back to Europe to the French Open. He's going to get asked about this. I mean, this was really Ah. They're so, um I hate to use this word, but they're almost is this element of tragedy? There's this guy just such a great athlete. You can't get out of his own way. Sometimes. Yeah, that you mentioned the anti vax thing. Now he has no shot at winning the US Open, you know, But how about your reaction Just is ah, Fan of the sport. I mean, I know by the letter of the law, there's no argument. It's an open and shut case that he should have been tossed. But by the spirit of it, do you know? Were you okay with that? Or did you think it was a little bit? You know, obviously, you don't want to see anybody get hit in the throat with the ball or anything like that. And it's the trajectory of it was just that the perfect wrong spot. But the act itself didn't seem that egregious. To me. It was sort of like he's sort of flippantly. Didn't you know? I'm saying Yeah, And you know, it wasn't like he was angry at the official. It was complete sort of misdirected anger at himself. One thing to remember Robin. Remember, two years ago, we had this final with Serena Williams. And the officials really stuck to the letter of the law. They use very little discretion. And they build Doc Doc Serena Williams those penalty than it. You could argue it cost her The final. This would've been a record tying final. And it was because the officials really stuck letter of the law. Could you imagine if that had happened to Serena Williams, American African American female and two years later? Those same officials on the exact same court found the loophole and use discretion and let Djokovic off hook. Um, I think joke of it's really authored this himself. But He boxed everyone into a corner and there there was really only one reasonable way to react. Yeah, That's a really good point. I mean, ah, Serena Williams, obviously in action today as well, Robin Libert talking to Jon Worth. I'm senior writer for Sports Illustrated Tennis Channel analysts here on CBS Sports Radio. What did you make? Ah, Serena was ah, tough one for her, too today, right? But she she wins it in three sets there to reach the U. S open quarterfinals. We're gonna play that exact same player on this exact venue about 12 days ago and looked like you know, you look like the 38 year old woman that she is, and she was barely competitive for the last half hour that match same two players, same venue. And it's a completely different player and serene advances. And we know we said that 20 years ago. We had this 10 years ago. If you want to beat Serena and one of the majors, you better do it early because she only gets better. And that's what happened today. This was far and away the best opponent she faced, and this was far and away the best she's played so far, so suddenly Ah, you know, we lost Novak Djokovic, but the the all time together that the 23 major winner on the women's side is three matches away from a 24th. 23. That's a good number it stay there, she said. She could build towards something special as she is, she tends to do it. And you know, John is never going out on a limb when you're picking Serena ways, But you did mention her age. And obviously, you know, she's gone through a lot physically in recent years. Do you think she wins this tournament? Like I gotta think it's some point. This all catches up to her. And, you know, I mean that Naomi Osaka who won that match two years ago, so she's won this U. S open before she's beating Serena before She's 15 years younger but against Serena has so much or I think something it really helps her now is actually the absence of fans think sometimes there's so much pressure. And they're 20,000 people cheering for you and their ticket requests and media requests. Sponsors. I think in a weird way. Serena Williams a bus be strange, so strange to be a top athlete on the planet. Perform infront of 11 people, But I think in a weird way Serena benefits from the Athens of fans. I think I owe me a sock. Oh, I picked before the tournament that I should, you know, to do the honorable thing and stick with her. She's probably my first choice that Serena would be second for sure. That's very interesting because you know, I've seen somebody bring up something similar about LeBron in the bubble right? Like you know, there's no fans and all that's weird, But when's the last time LeBron could just walk around and people who go crazy around him? I mean, that has to be very similar for Serena, especially in tennis circles. Obviously Guys in this event in particular, which sort of part of their branding, But you know, Jay Z comes one night in jail..

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"john worth" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"john worth" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"One. And we're talking about Novak Djokovic before you know, tennis, making its way into the national conversation because of what happened to him at the U. S open and nobody better to talk tennis with My friend John Worth I'm senior writer for Sports Illustrated and Tennis Channel analyst Jonathan It's been too long since we talked man story Very I'm doing well, you know, and I read your column this morning on dot com and it did a really nice job, putting the tennis aspect of this in perspective. For me because I think a lot of people can watch and have a reaction to what happened and their thoughts on, you know, forgetting that the letter of the law but this spirit of it, But can you will, you know, elaborate a little bit on simply what this may have cost Novak Djokovic, the player to not be able to complete this torn Yeah. I mean, I think that's really where the discussion and I think it's a pretty open and shut case whether he should have been defaulted. But most immediately this cost him attempt to win this event. He was the only guy left in the drought ever won. A major better is not here. Noodles. Not here really was his tournament to lose that. Obviously an opportunity squandered. Hey, has 17 majors. Nadal has 1920 so they're really sort of history of play. And then I think the other thing is just, you know, Here's a guy who really wants to be like he doesn't have quite the popularity of Federer Nadal. He's trying to start this player's association and he just announced ah, a week ago. I mean, it could not come at a worse time for him. I mean, this is an off season where he tried to hold up your charity event in the Balkans turned into a super spreader event because they ignored covert protocol. He's No. I had some pretty shaky things to say about vaccinations. I mean, there's there's a lot here for context that goes way beyond you know, yesterday's regrettable incident and hitting a woman with the ball. Is that why you think he was like? So you know, overly almost apologetic. I think in his instagram posts a little because it felt like the exclamation point on what has been a you know, not a refugee or firm on the court. It was the 26th. No. But a rough year for his perception. If you will. Yeah. I think he knew the drill. Like he knew as soon as this happened that really he didn't give anyone any choice, and he sort of made this case about. Well, she didn't have to go to the hospital on it. Objected. He he knew what he did was Grandma. It's like bumping Ah, official of the N D. And this is a given, but yeah, I think very immediately afterwards, he realized this was in a lot of ways. The last thing he needed you right? This was his first defeat. Of 2020. His tennis has been spectacular, but there's so much else swirling with this guy, and some of it is historical and some of it is personal. And I mean again. He had a very rough coverted standpoint, in the sense that sort of from a PR standpoint, he just had one blunder after another. The last thing he needed was to get defaulted from from this tournament and So he crossed an ocean to play this event. He forfeited all his prize money. He lost credibility, he lost a chance to win a major. Now he goes back to Europe to the French Open. He's going to get asked about this. I mean, this was really They're so, um I hate to use this word, but they're almost is this element of tragedy? There's this guy just such a great athlete. You can't get out of his own way. Sometimes. Yeah, that you mentioned the anti vax thing. Now he has no shot at winning the US Open, you know, But how about your reaction? Just Ah, fan of the sport. I mean, I know by the letter of the law, there's no argument. It's an open and shut case that he should have been tossed. Put by the spirit of it. Do you know? Were you okay with that? Or did you think it was a little bit? You know, obviously, you don't want to see anybody get hit in the throat with a ball or anything like that. And it's the trajectory of it was just that the perfect wrong spot. But the act itself didn't seem that egregious to me. It was sort of like he's sort of flippantly did it, You know, I'm saying Yeah, And you know, it wasn't like he was angry at the official. It was complete sort of misdirected anger at himself. One thing to remember Robin. Remember, two years ago, we had this final with Serena Williams. And the officials really stuck to the letter of the law. They use very little discretion. And they build Doc Doc Serena Williams. Those penalties in it. You could argue it cost her The final. This would've been a record tying final. And it was because the officials really stuck letter of the law. Could you imagine if that had happened to Serena Williams, American African American female and two years later? Those same officials on the exact same court found some loophole and use discretion and let Djokovic off the hook. I think joke of it's really authored this himself, but he boxed everyone into a corner and there was really only one reasonable way to react. Yeah, That's a really good point. I mean, ah, Serena Williams, obviously in action today as well, Robin Libert talking to Jon Worth. I'm senior writer for Sports Illustrated Tennis Channel analysts here on CBS Sports Radio. What did you make? Ah, Serena was ah, tough one for her, too today, right, but she wins it in three sets there to reach the U. S open quarterfinals. We're gonna play that exact same player on this exact venue about 12 days ago and looked like you know, you look like the 38 year old woman that she is. I mean, she was barely competitive for the last half hour that match same two players, same venue. And it's a completely different player and serene advances. And we you know, we we said this 20 years ago we said this 10 years ago. If you want to beat Serena and one of the majors, you better do it early because she only gets better. And that's what happened today. This was far and away the best opponent she faced, and this was far and away the best she's played so far, so Suddenly Ah, you know, we lost Novak Djokovic. But the the all time together that the 23 major winner on the women's side is three matches away from a 24th..

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Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

Beyond The Baseline

04:14 min | 4 months ago

Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this with sports illustrated tennis podcast. Sweet. We have two guests, I. We talk with Patrick Rata Glue who of course wears many hats in tennis keeps the Tennis Miller's busy. He's a broadcaster he's a coach. He's a promoter Today we talked to him in two capacities. We talk about the the ultimate tennis showdown that he ran over the past several weeks. This was an attempt by Patrick to speed up tennis, make it faster younger draw a new audience. We talk about what worked what didn't we spoke with him in June and he invited us sort of wouldn't he said we'll do a reassessment when we're done and see what we did well, and what we need to work on, and so we took him up on that so. A conversation about the UTSA ultimate showdown, and then we talk about Serena. Williams. Patrick of course has coached Serena for almost a decade now, and we talk about where she is what she'll need to do to Win that elusive twenty-fourth major He is about to leave niece for Lexington Kentucky from the south of France to the land, of Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul but Patrick. is going to meet up with Serena and couture in Lexington on her way to the US. Open to we talk a lot about Serena Williams how she's handling pressure, which he needs to do differently if she were to get to the final and her sort of general disposition during during the Cova crisis. So good conversation that we talked with Andrea Leeann Andras a former top fifteen player. A commentator she also wants did a brief stint as an agent She was at the Greenbrier for the final of World Team Tennessee other day she was sitting courtside. So we talk a bit about tennis and a bit about what the US Open is going to look like under this sort of quasi bubble configuration. So good to good conversation sort of looking back but also looking forward. So let's get started in the south of France with Patrick. So we spoke a few months ago before. Before your events began and we said we would we would check in and you were open to suggestion and you sort of you wanted to hear how this went. So you you tell me first. Grade yourself what what work well. Most of it. I to to see the reality of something you've you've imagined is is amazing. It's an incredible feeling. And it was it was really impressive to see those those great champions play. As. I mean something that was difficult to imagine like play formats. So different from tennis. The accepting to be in such in this comfort zone at the start because it's very different it's very stressful. Is Very difficult in terms of physical because you don't have a lot of time between the much less so he can't recover well. You're so much more stress. To see them go through all that. In a completely new environment All the things that go is the software we had to give up this machine we had to develop for the JEREM buyers day so. I mean. The whole feeling for me was just incredible. To be completely honest, you you you sound to me like you you've written a screenplay and then you've you've actually seen it performed as as a movie. Perfect who put it What did you think first of all, what what did you think of the level play I mean this this was a different environment for the players. They were also coming off along break. What did you think of quality of Tennessee? I think at the start of Utsa one level was really so-so. After a few weekends decided to play well. the one birds for example, who on your gs? One I think is level the first two weekends was wow. Was Far from very far and then. He took off and then he started to play a some of his best tennis I think. Why he won and the level of I think for UTA. Finals. Men and women I. Think the level was really good. I think it was very good tennis. That's I really enjoyed so much watching.

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St. Edwards University Senior Chase Bartlett

Beyond The Baseline

07:25 min | 6 months ago

St. Edwards University Senior Chase Bartlett

"Everyone John Worth. I'm here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Hope you're doing well or some approximation. Thereof our guest week is chase arlit. Who is chased? Bartlett Jason Bartlett is a senior at Saint Edwards College in Texas. He reached out to me via twitter and wanted to tell me about his story. Which is essentially that in the wake of covid his school's Athletic Department abruptly has killed its tennis program and they go tell you the details. But they're not pretty and I think this is something that unfortunately gonna come up more often in the next few months that tennis is a non Revenue Sport and with no final four. No March madness and with football. This fall right now in some doubt. These are tough times. College athletic departments. We've talked a lot about tennis on the tours being suspended but this trickles down to the college game as well so today we talked with a college tennis player about some of the woes facing his program and Again I think this unfortunately is going to be an issue. That's GONNA be come sort of being creasing -ly resonant this fall so without further ado chase. Are you a senior where he was senior? Wants you to sort of Orient us where you are and what you've been through and then we can go from there the ask so. I I just graduated last week From San Cruz University in it's a division two school We finish this year ranked six in the country with six all American awards and make like replant nine overall team. Gpa So it's probably the best team ever had in school history For lottery reasons. And unfortunately the school's administration just cut cut six of our teams Men and women's tennis included earlier this month About three and a half weeks ago actually and since then we've been trying to do all these reinstatement plans and we've been having caused zoom calls with with the administration trying to figure out. How can we get these programs back? And how can we find a place for these is that it's athletes? I'm going to cut you off periodically just to The flesh is out on. This is obviously corona driven or. This is separate. There's been some a lot of people are thinking that this is sort of just a cover up from corona but the school is very adamantly saying this is directly related to the crown virus. You know they. They were expanding programs. You know two months before. They cut our programs to added East sports program in a track and field program and looked like there was plans to build a Lacrosse program as well. So it. It's sort of confusing. It's just to be just to be clear your tell me about your school yes a my school is in Austin Texas Like I said it's a division to university. It's got I think before. This had sixteen programs if you're not including tracking sports with which suggest added so now they're down to almost bare minimum to compete in division two. I think and in their conference requirements. So it's a it's a pretty good school it's right across the street from Ut's downtown Austin's a nice place lime scooters. I think yeah absolutely your your senior year and things. Things are last semester of college and then all of a sudden things go sideways in a hurry before we get to the finances. I mean just an emotional level. What's been like for you at? I couldn't imagine anything worse. It was almost like losing her relatives. And that's sounds ridiculous to say but it was. You know these are dreams that we've been working on. You know my teammates innocence before fourth grade when we had our tenth birthday party. That was around the time of college. Athletes really start playing in Brooklyn. Our whole lives in the end. We had shot actually this year winning a national championship. And that's what made it. I think so disappointing for us especially when I got here for years ago when I was a freshman unranked we lost to some pretty bad teams a now for the first time in school history. We've got team that can win a national championship. And and then grownup virus comes in all of a sudden you know. We didn't even know what was going to be our last practice. Our last match in three weeks later they they cut our program so it's pretty devastating for a lot of us. You're a senior. You said you graduated congrats. You still have a year of eligibility I assume if you want it. Yes so all the spring sports got one extra year of eligibility. Which means that you know. I could transfer on plan of the year which I'm planning on doing WanNa get an NBA and maybe play for a division one school A lot of teams aren't so fortunate though even though you know they can transfer Some of the freshman for example we had two freshman that were all Americans. I've known for a long time. Actually and one of them is quitting tennis because he he can't think of going anywhere else in the other one is going somewhere with no scholarship because much the teams have been all booked up because the timing of all that the transfer portal and in all sports right now is Is Is Meek writer. It's just just clogged in everything from the basketball the wrestling you hear this again and again. I mean I think in college tennis's I we're going to hear more stories about this a little bit different division one schools where the TV revenue from the NCAA tournament in the revenue for football. If that doesn't come in that's going to affect the whole athletic department. It sounds like that's a little bit different than the situation at Saint Edwards. Not like. You had a huge football team. That was spitting out millions of dollars in revenue for the heart letting department absolutely. We don't even have team And Are you know the sports that got cut? I mentioned the Sierra. But they're actually the revenue sports You know of the six that were cut. Men's soccer was bringing in around one hundred fifty thousand dollars in revenue per year Cheer was a was a great reverence for that was cut in. They were bringing in around the Santa Soccer and men's tennis was costing a measly fifty two dollars. How can you dollars year expenses? Yes semi the bill. Yeah exactly how? How did you generate revenue? And what were the expenses so about three weeks ago we received a leaked document From a consulting report that was done in two thousand eighteen of Athletic Department in the way they did it. They did what's called the contribution margin analysis so basically you factor in all of the expenses. Right your background scholarships you factor in coaches budget factor-in overall budget And then you factor in you know okay. So I have four scholarships right and I have a twelve man team and all of a sudden. You know we're actually. You might be bringing in money because of the people who are on scholarship. So it's not like the ball where there's a ton of scholarships or something like that. You know our program wasn't fully funded so

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"john worth" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

13:32 min | 8 months ago

"john worth" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Safety of our players funds and staff can be guaranteed. We will be back competing so that shows you how handcuffed they feel. They are in terms of being out to make a material difference to two seventy two to play as the arrays low rank to plays in the three hundreds. But it sounds as though frankly. You're all on your own really. We're going to do our very best to provide an infrastructure for the return to the sports but we colonies actually sub you in order to to just get by. Yeah I mean look. It's clear that everyone involved. Here is broadly well intentioned. Nobody wants tennis to go to the wall or individuals going going going bankrupt going without food or paying their rent. I mean one thing one positive this brought out in every worn in every aspect to the world is sort of a sense of community goodwill and I don't doubt the intentions of all these these bodies but it does worry me slightly the the ICF in the last aspect to their statement. They've said we'll we'll be speaking to our stakeholders to see what help we they're able to offer an stakeholders to me sounds like ATP WTA and Federations Will Lta assigned to privileged position. It sounds like even the Grand Slam nations if Simon's reporting in his piece right here are in potentially quite quite dire straits Let alone Players from from smaller nations less wealthy Federation nations not statement in the air. I really appreciate how candidate is about the just not financially being in a position to to support their plays so if the is looking to the w the ATP to step in it sounds like The the sort of logically working that female players from smaller less wealthy nations all which is exactly what what. Safiya is all extremely precarious situation. And they're the ones most likely to be in a precarious situation to to start with you. Know the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. That's what happens in a crisis right as As Mary Carillo said a couple of weeks ago but obviously if I could wave a magic wand an provides financial support for for for all players coaches that they'd be doing it. I'm just going to interrupt this little bit of the podcast here because literally two minutes after we finish record in this edition of the show. We saw a tweet by John Worth. I'm of sports illustrated saying that he got a note. Issued by the WPA two. The players is Which reads thus. This email is being sent to you on behalf of our plan. Canceling board representatives. The deputy has been suspended as you know. Through the first week of July we realized that financial straight many if you lack of playing opportunities for that reason we have arranged for all players who are currently full and associate members of the WPA to receive a rebate of the membership fees. You paid for the last three years full member fees of one hundred one thousand five hundred dollars per year an associate member fees six fifty so for example. If you've a full member for all three years you'll receive four thousand five hundred and so on so there has been a little bit of relief. Given to WTI players as a result of the Place Council and members fees rebate. Now back to the party should top players speak be putting a fund together between the top ten players in order to support. My instinct is to go yes. Absolutely why wouldn't they but I'm really really wary of the sort of Click Beatty Co Churn? We've seen it so much with football premier league football. Aww Uproar about millionaire athletes not sticking their hands in their pockets and actually there was a very interesting Podcast from the athletic This week that weekly news Put Cost Just drilling down into the finances of the premier league and there's been a whole lot of criticism of Premier League football as to why they're not all sticking the hands up to take a thirty percent pay cotton cotton if the headline. If that was there they would be being asked to do those to subsidize the Premier League which is an extremely wealthy organization. The it's sort of on on the face of the core quite an unreasonable thing is the on scene in China. Input cost if you want to have have listened to it and it drills down the exact finances pretty clearly and it did put things into a slightly different perspective for me and I'm also worried the fact that we don't know what play is doing just because they're not doing it publicly and making song and dance about it doesn't mean doing stuff and that's really fine balance isn't it because it enables those that aren't doing stuff to help to to hide behind those that are not wanting to make a song and dance about it. So yes I. I'd like to think that they all hoping because con. If that's the that's the spirit of this whole situation isn't it? People sticking their hand up to help whether it's financially you practically emotionally volunteering. Whatever it is that just because we're not hearing about it in a eye-catching glitzy. Pr Release Kinda Way. Doesn't mean it's not happening. I hate that it's happening. So what about tennis tournaments? What happens when a tennis tournament has to decide that it can't go ahead? Stephen Farrell is the tournament director of the fever tree championships. Queen's Club he also looks after all of the events in the UK are outside of Wimbledon leading up to it all those grasscourt tournaments and what are the questions that I had for him was. Why couldn't tournaments be played behind closed doors all view old along laws of my customers that actually the view of us will generally at the matched the view of Wimbledon which was the behind closed doors? We felt wasn't really workable. Because if you look at why you would be playing an event behind closed doors. Well it's because you didn't want to get a large group of people to get there and you know obviously get nine thousand three hundred people. Together at Queen's each day is a lot more than five hundred six hundred seven hundred staff that would we would need to service an empty arena with no spectators in it but we would still need about five six seven hundred. People altogether in order to serve is behind closed doors events and so that always felt to us like something that just Wilson go wasn't realistic. I think added into that as well. I mean I I I I really dived. The appetites of plays would be to come and play in any event when the the the government is dictated to us all the sports dictate to us that no phones can be alive in but we're still expecting them to travel to to undertake international travel. Come and play in front of nobody you know. It never felt to me like something which I personally thought was particularly realistic for the sport. So let me ask you. Questions will seriously considered but it was never something that we thought was was realistically going to happen. What happens when you have to cancel events when this all suddenly was decided? What do you do next? Well the decision from a tool perspective I mean for all our ATP W Townley on CF events we do because of course we do. The lower level is here price series events women's events that we have in Manchester the Across season So for all the ATP W ninety events ultimately it is the decision of the toll to cancel the event We we had a very open very good conversations with all three governing bodies and no I would say the won't thing that I think struck. His head was caught. How open and collaborative and pragmatic the older governing. Bodies were about Know How realistic. It wants to go ahead. And also the impact on on on tournaments. You know we we got together as a group of tournaments both US and the and the tournaments taking place in In mainland Europe during that period and very much formed a collective view that it was a realistic for us to Karen any further and then it was for us we then went to the wj. Ninety F- and said this is what we would. We think the situation is. We initially were looking at the end of April to make a decision about the feasability of grasscourt season. But we ended up bringing that full with because I think what we all find both in the UK and the guys in Germany in Holland and Spain as well is that because so many events were falling by the wayside. We are all all the events even the ones that broad. They've got an element of temporary infrastructure to support them. What we will find. Was you know our contracts were beginning to shutdown and there were various things around the edges. Making it more difficult to to think that we're going to be able to deliver the events me one really good example down in a school where the COP can east pool in. Which is where we build the broadcast. Karmapa compound is going to be used as a temporary food depot near a lot. The hotels any spoiled with shutting down. You know we heard from the hotels that they might be used for For the NHS legal things for us which seems relatively small but a really important. Are we going to train bold truths when the schools are closed? There's all felt like every day. During the first couple of weeks of March or of two third week of March. Something else happened. Which made you think? I'm really not sure whether we're going to be able to go ahead with these with these events or not and we all collectively both in the UK and in Europe. We were at the same point in anything the tournaments in Europe because they were subject to more severe restrictions at that point were further ahead with us in terms of the what was happening with the virus in those countries if anything they were pushing more for an early decision than we were but we certainly had a very collective you that it wasn't sustainable. We went to the tools. The respective toasted that decision and then oversee for us For All the Grass Court tournaments a big part of it was was wet when were is well because we would. All of us are in order to have events are in right but also to provide the best preparation for Wimbledon and very supportive of everything that the championships office and so were in close contact with Wimbledon. All of us has Gresko events in terms of. They were thinking of where they thought they were going to go. And then ultimately we were. We were in the position on the first of April to make a at an announcement of the same day that the whole of the grasscourt season with guns be counseled and there are so many knock-on effects on there are so many people you mentioned contractors. I mean these are people that helped to create the tournament from building the standards to to all the jobs the arounds a- tournament. It's it's a huge operation isn't it? Imagine Yada a lot of phone calls. Yeah absolutely and and look at still going on now dealing with the the repercussions I mean. We work with some fantastic contract to see we've worked with the years and years. We have a great group who really take a lot of responsibility for delivering the events. I'm up and down the country. I mean not. Don't use Queens but you know look at Queen's we've got the likes of arena. We've got Neptune US you know. Absolute tastes are all. These are all fantastic companies. Who put so much into our van working all year. Ryan really to deliver the temporary infrastructure and And and create that experience at Queens that we love so much and same all our events similarly similarly in eastern Birmingham and Nottingham and elsewhere. There's a lot that goes into the events and there's a lot of people who pull of loving cat and it's a real highlight of the year for so many people so you know we're we're conscious of that you know both the fact that it's It's a big disappointment to many people. It's over say financially challenging for for a lot of people right now in the broader economy as well as for our contract to be hopeful that we will emerge through this period stronger or at least we survive so we can then build up over the years to come but it is certainly a challenging period and But at the same time what would I would also say is I mean to go back to the point. I said about the W chain. Itf I think with regard to our contracts is and everyone who plays a part in our event. There's a real sense of people coming together to support each other so we had some very open only conversations with a lot of our contracts with very much trying to work together through these issues and even extend to you know a lot of the players as well. You know it's been really quite touching this the messages that I personally have had some of the other tournament directors in the UK that we've had from players like saying I've south they. All across the season isn't going ahead. Is there anything they can do to help?.

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"john worth" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"john worth" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"john worth" Discussed on Nighttide

Nighttide

03:15 min | 10 months ago

"john worth" Discussed on Nighttide

"Daniel who said he had nothing to hide always accepted such invitations. He performed at many universities in front of many prominent figures in the field and not a single one kid ever determine exactly how Daniel was able to produce what he did because of this many viewed him as legitimate. Some who witnessed these events like judge. John Worth Edmonds. Who was a judge for the New York? Supreme Court took this attitude a step. Further and saw Daniel is absolute proof of the validity of spiritualism as a whole as none of the investigations could ever prove him a fraud. Daniels reputation as a medium soared to new heights. He was particularly favored by society's elite and he would spend up to ten hours a day holding seances and entertaining some of the biggest names and most powerful members of American society now though he was enjoying his celebrity status in all the comforts it afforded the stress from working so many long hours seven days. A week began to take a toll on Daniels already fragile health. By twenty-three Daniel began feeling exhausted all the time and he developed a rather troubling cough worried for his health. Daniel sought out a physician and soon received a diagnosis that he was not prepared for. Daniel had contracted tuberculosis a disease. Which back then was often assure death sentence. The doctor recommended that the best course of treatment would be to travel to Europe and enjoy the fresh seaside air at the time. Fresh air especially air close to a body of saltwater was considered to be the best treatment for TB when told of this condition daniels wealthy benefactors were sympathetic and eager to do what they could to help soon with gifts of new clothes pocket money and summer houses to stay in. Daniel was soon off to the English seaside..

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Tesla boss Elon Musk wins defamation trial over his 'pedo guy' tweet

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Tesla boss Elon Musk wins defamation trial over his 'pedo guy' tweet

"In Los Angeles has acquitted Tesla CEO Elon musk of charges he defamed British cave explorer Vernon on's worked in a tweet on worth one of the explorer to rescue twelve young soccer players trapped in a cave in Thailand last year sued mosque after Moscow claim do a call him rather a quote pedal guy in a tweet reporter Laurie Perez of KCBS TV in Los Angeles has more on the lawsuit moments after jurors concluded the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX did not defame on's worth when he called him up had a guy on Twitter unsourced attorneys call them courageous saying filing the lawsuit itself sent a strong message they call Moscow a billionaire bully who challenge Johns worth to clear his name on the worst was shaking one hundred ninety million dollars in

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"john worth" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"john worth" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Actually so there's controversy because they don't play the version of the used to it was sung by some racist lady. Why is it turns out that the version that they were wore playing this woman was like like some sort of like high racist she just was like gave money the resources Asians or as a k. k. member or something? I had no idea they don't play that version. They play like a different at least at least Jeez. The craziest thing happened in the middle of the game by broke out. You would have thought we were watching hockey. Okay tell me late. Baseball players are between the spectator as small player so it starts off with like someone gets tagged out and then those two players start scuffling and then everybody on the field starts running over there and then I didn't even realize this. There's players little hideout areas dugout dugout no not the dugout. It's the field. There's another area across the I don't know the players who are not playing clearly because they're sitting across the appealed icees flares running out on the field from this head and little cove of an area there. It's players coming. It's like that C._N._N.. Anchorman when all the news running out that's what it looks like. I'm like oh I got this. Everybody in their mom is running onto the field. There was a fight amazing and happened to be when Mori Corey was out getting some beers and as soon as you came back girl. You just missed the fight but I was like she missed thing but I was like you know what don't worry. I'll start another fight so I was like we we're so close to the outfield player. Silopi like Hay Hay Meadows your mom. Your mom said the really disappointed in you you. The Yankees told me that the Yankee Guy so trying to start a little fight. Hey you rebel rouser. Hey that guy said you got a big head. He said not be dosed domes- which you just really thrown those flame balls out there who I said that your mom you're mom's have started dick. I shut it. I but SOM isn't that. Can you gotTa stir that pot. I got you got. What am I supposed to do? Not Sir the pot you had a duty. It's more blessed with these dollar front row dinner theatre tickets. I love it and you're living at privileged live right now. I am jealous of your New York Days New York several days with jams. Oh yeah well. It's about to get crazier when I'm off in Europe but that's a story for another day but to say that but when you come back with all the stories I did you see stranger. Things just got to ask you that yes I did. I watched it all binge that and y Ou really okay. What did you think did you enjoy it I did I did I enjoyed it? I think it's such a fun to fund ride. It reminds me of like watching the always runs you like watching the goonies this reminded of watching Jurassic Park. I feel like every every season has a little nods certain up to do that. I think that's like one of the fund reasons of watching it is they do such a good on march to like the eighties films that we all know and love yes. I love that Erica had a bigger part of the season. She was great. Yes so they got a little black girl up in the you know the science fiction mysteries Youssou smarter sister's sister in the second one. I don't know her name but she's going to be a big star. She like she brought it. The one plays eleven no the one that plays Erica. I don't know their real name her name Erica uh-huh Erica Erica look sister to re these kids. It's in this town. I I really enjoyed. I love it. There's so many female characters. They're bragging on a female characters on it. I've always loved it when they love US indoor things in first season as they subvert expectations like the first one Nancy's character would have just been like a helpless young lady but yes yeah she solves the mystery she gets the gun and shoots things every season. They're just like getting the guy and see how to use it. I love it. Also I love that they showed them after high school and how like the popular kid kind of becomes the loser a little bit after high school that they're doing a really good job with the age transitions like a lot of people focusing living on the kids on their age transition like they're teenagers now or whatever make an out but I also like how they do that weird after high school kind of like transitional transitional weird phase so I like doing I I also Nancy's sort of experience of like God being like a young woman in the eighties working at a male dominated newspaper local newspaper. I thought that was really fuck. This is like women's experiences uses. I Know Oh you know Steve Works with that. One new woman I forgot what her name on the show brought him is Robin. Do you know her parents in real life who I did but I forgot remind me even Hawking Uma Thurman airmen just like a melting of the two of for them as a career ahead of her because she killed that she I had one thing though that I as I was watching watching I do wish that lake. There's some new characters are introduced in her character was one of them that I thought this could have been like a a Latin extra an Asian girl far. I like they're still lacking on the diversity front which is weird as it's just weird furthest show to be behind the times in that area because there go ahead on other areas exactly I completely agree with you. That would have been an excellent opportunity to do that. Also wasn't billy racist last Susan. Are we just going to forget that yeah I really tried to like raccoon and make us like feel for billy and I was like no. I always sucks bucks. I dug my heels in the sand slice. Things at the actor is very cute and attract talented. I mean we're not talking about the actor. Your rights see dopey. Let's see that's what they tried to get your news. We're talking about Eric tarred. Yes he was a racist and just a terrible human being and I just wasn't yeah wasn't I wasn't going to be fooled thank you. I am glad that you were right there with me on that because I was like what the fuck what am I what am I supposed to be like Oh poor you boo behold billy. I do appreciate that like they're you know like in the movie the Sandlot when there's a there's a scene at the pool where they're like noon the lifeguard I mike the visit reverse where he is. It usually refers where they're googling him so again. The show does a really good job of subverting things. We're usually done in the eighties. It's this is a great example of how you can look back a different time period with the Lens of where I'm living now weren't those all the moms that were hanging out googling billy. How come Lucas's mom wasn't involved in good point yeah? They really don't like I if they're gonNA comment that there's not a lot of black people in the town and do it do it. I guess it really pointed <music> out. Just playing service and Erica has like three black girlfriends so clearly there's other black families in the town yes so why are they at the pool like what's happening. True Yeah that that kind of bugging me. Oh and there's a new I forget the guy's name who runs the Sirri the guy who went to summer camp space camp or Nerd camp <hes> yeah that guy. He's got like a girlfriend to yes in Utah. I kept being like please let Kirkby like please. Don't let the easy casting choice for anybody anybody the antibody. I do think it's interesting that they're very eighties because the semi villains in the show are are Russia which I think is interesting for eighties yeah oh because now well yeah. It's sort of everything old is new again. It's sort of wrapping ops. That's fascinating and we see more shows where Russians are the villains again. I mean you got to look at what's happening. I you know but it bums me out. I hate like broad strokes of stereotypical groups of people to you know like the eighties could get away with it because it was a eighties <hes> but but like now I don't know like Putin is a piece of work terrible. The I'm sure that there is brushing people I mean you know lay sure I look at trump and trump does not represent me so right but I think for myself like if another country where to do movies where like the U._S.. Government bent were the villains. I'd be like <hes> that sounds about that got us right and for me. Doc Blood is boiling so hard for the Russian government that when I see that I'm like yeah yeah because I think I think it reminds people that there is is a Russian threats that the Russian government threatened even people who are like again like their Tiki torch guys were saying Russians are friends and it's like what what are you there Israel their white people while let's be friends though you you want me that voting against your own best in trends time I think to remind myself I watch things like stranger things that I think about like this is like the kids Fascinating boy isn't this with remind myself like I'm not necessarily the main target demographic that this show is a cool families can watch together so it's like I kind of look at it through a lens like because I know there's some people there. It sucked it was stupid. I was like well. No I didn't it didn't suck and it wasn't stupid. I thought it was wait a delightful fun romp yeah speaking of being out of demographic who told me that big big mistake of going into urban outfitters recently. Oh tell me about that experience please what happened you like you like. I don't get any of these graphic tees. Basically it was like I was trapped in a vortex where it's like one side. I was like I remember that from when I was twelve and then on the other side I was like who the fuck where this little tiny paper out. I felt like a young person is the weirdest thing in nobody talks. It's about like maybe I should watch that show from like the nineties or the eighties called thirty something because that was the weirdest experience didn't help that I had my baby in the stroller walking through there either feeling more like an old person but like some stuff I was like yeah I could wear this but like I don't know it's one of those weird things it's so weird being like out of youth culture but not in old elder statement statesmen culture yeah I mean yes you are because we're actually not really the main demographic that people are marketing towards like. We're rolling even T._V.. Shows like you don't watch. I don't care like we're phasing John Worth. You just worked yourself out of the eighteen to thirty four demographic graphic that everybody was talking about. I remember when that happened to me and I was like I'm still in the eighteen thirty four demographic. I'm still here. I'm saying here my parents and my interest cow things you allow this year. I can't go away. I got one more year gives me what Condu- Atman and the last like you're right. I'M GONNA make I'm GonNa Rock my voice us ways yes because over here on side of old nobody's listening. Um No on a not great funny cute notes. I can unchained unchained up. I don't know how to make this transition but here we go so let's pass like just like a few days ago. I just received another reminder about how AH rigged. The system is towards black and Brown people how shit let's talk about it so a few weeks ago. I was on my way to my Improv show. My graduation should improv show you see be and I had just enough time to make it onto the.

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"john worth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"But the one thing that can save also these allegations he's just saying we'll get back to the people. Nobody can actually decided this point in time. Just for fun though. Mrs my big reservation with going back to the people. And I I have talked about it in various other programs. It would be in keeping I think with the way the last few years have been that you go back to the people and you come back with the result, which is remained on a small majority in the original Lee vote on a small turnout. O- hilariously. We end up at fifty forty eight leave remain at which point we've ripped apart for two years, and we're still going to get through exactly the same place. The polling at the moment is showing much more significant remain majority relief and the other launch they have the polling from twenty sixteen. She knew what the question is too. And they know what they lectures, which they didn't do what it wasn't twenty sixteen. So we think this polling is more accurate to really get a definitive vote at this point needs. Needs to be more like sixty forty and we're not quite there yet. But you raise also there another interesting point, which is what is the question going to be. I I have rate at least one clear lunatic suggest in fact, two referendums that we forget which way round they go to go one is do we stay or do we go? And then second if we decided we're going anyway, do we go into resumes terms, or do we just won't soften see what happens? I think my favorite suggestion on this is from somebody John worth on Twitter who said we should have a question, which is leave will remain do an on the remain own leave heartbreaks, self Brexit. But then to equal it out on leave, shall we do a soft remain very own remains. We just suffer minoshe. We do hard remain. Should we go into your issue? We go into Shang, and we just go the full the full wack is a Sarkic octopus. We can just get this for once. And for all I can. I think if you put the question on the referendum paper, would you never like to hear the word Brexit again? I think you'd get a massive majority in this country. You would get fumbling cross party cross Brexit remain leave whatever support for that. Just finally, then what actually are the next steps whipping promised this substantial vote is the word they using on December eleventh, which actually isn't that far away. What is going to happen in the next couple of weeks? Well, as I say, this is now a series of probabilities the chance the moment is Theresa May's going to lose. But she has incredible ability to be quite persuasive, ever parliament. When that goes cool is going to try for an election through parliament through version of confidence. He's very unlike its get it conservative party will back her which point she is left standing there with the deal that she's negotiated this failed. But a conservative party seems to be supporting her, and then we get to a complete right block. And that is the point. I think everybody still saying. The efter, and I gather people within labor party now saying after as well. For I t-. We gauge people's right? Barry mind has not been has gone for the mill of conversations so people's that might well happen as an easier way out lots to look forward to. Join the deco thanks as always for joining us. You're listening to the daily. UBS has one nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred. Hundred of the shop is freshest thinkers in the world of finance today. No one. No one knows. Contact us at.

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"john worth" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I would have been like to John's worth drunk. By the time I got into my steak and potatoes, yelling who knows not a big drinker. Like I just imagining that all these awards having a sip of the show and then just like spitting out not knowing what it was going to be. This is such a fun thing as he talked about. I love that she's still tells me he'd get votes even though she's like, I'm not gonna take you there. So it's not important just no, you wouldn't have got an evil. It's and look. You can blame what he's saying on the alcohol, so would know that. But the main problem is in her actual bland, the takeout, Tom, the because at five and that's the whole talking. That's all her. Yeah, I wonder if sort of like what Tom might have been doing and picking John, maybe she has a similar idea insane like will. I know Tom has my vote, I stuck up for him. So maybe if I'm up from with him, maybe she feels like she needs him on the jury. But again, like being that vocally up from with him, I'm not entirely sure. I feel like when you get alcohol involved in you say, let's talk strategy that's like saying like getting alcohol involved in saying, like, ooh, you know what we should do. Let's go driving. It's just it's, it's nuts, a lethal combination and alcohol, or does become a truth serum in some circumstances. And it's it's tough to sort of keep that visit up. So I don't know if this was a great episode version was from humor perspective. We didn't talk about this, but the reveal of exile and was worth it just to cut to John to say, exiled. When we get one of those. Just think was tastic line, but I feel like bowl Dino in in terms of talk about her getting voted out before the five and the fact that she essentially, you know out at Tom like, hey, you know what like you. If you ever thought about going with me to the end, you probably shouldn't because I don't want to go there with you. ES don't let you don't your friends drink and strategize kids. Do that for sure. I think this is where we played the dinosaur noises as well. When like instead moves and bad game play all around our let me get a go and John and sorry, you got the Jinyu. Don't. Just we every time. That's what I'm watching. Say that that's that's the voice in my hands. So I'll Mason load of sins. Another thing from the plot was that they wanted to cut PK and obviously they join and we'll talk about that a bit more when they come back science out style, but I thought that was interesting as well. Yeah, it is interesting how like they all decide on PK probably just because they feel like he's too dangerous. Maybe it's also Verner again, as I mentioned before, wanting to sort of string along Tony for just a little bit longer knowing that she's running hot right now. But yeah, I mean, this is probably the most pronounced. I mean, I guess the one of the interesting things about this tribal council is that you had these three coming in voting for PK. You had pecan ca tink coming in voting for Tony, and I guess you had only in Italy's voting for PK. You got to see that sort of co mingle and see things whisper a bit. I'm so entirely sure what shows people to vote their boat and who didn't. Tom, for example, whether he was in a drunken haze or not, just didn't get the hint once over. MS Loboda for PK, but incidentally enough that might have. I mean, I think that God Annelies the extra vote. I think if the vote is six one, I don't know if Tony leaves that blue fedora behind. Yes, so let let's talk about this deep lot because that was a big deal. Does was probably over revile Strath. Yes, yes, exactly. The alcohol beeper bio strap my God. We'll an NC full Kapika, but spelt really wrong. Exactly. Yeah, this was probably the biggest strategic pot of the episode as he said, well, I'm going to talk about why I think NRA's voted how she did..

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"john worth" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"What's the reason for that discrepancy like you said this is from a letter from the outside counsel and i directed them to answer that question i wonder if you can tell us a basis of your comment when you made that in august do you think that still stands not so operative statement or once again this is a reference back to a letter from the outside cancel i understand but it's also pertaining to a letter from the president's outside counsel and therefore i can't answer and i would directly to them how can we believe what you're saying odium advisor saying it's tirlian accurate once again i can't comment on a letter from the president's outside counsel directly to them to answer john worth literally use it he did not dictate the you said he did what is it gonna respond to a letter from the president's outside cancel we've purposely walled off and i would refer you to them for comment that was josh dossier of the washington post doubling down there and earlier tonight on cnn giuliani dismissed the contradictions here as a simple mistake you think maybe somebody could have made a mistake a lot of always a lot of mistakes why is it always that somebody you think jay secolo live maybe he just got it wrong like like i've gotten i got a few things wrong at the beginning of the investigation meeting my knowledge of this is a complex investigation first week or so i got a few things wrong and then it was clarified in a letter and that's the final position sarah sanders is up there and says he had nothing to do with the writing of that how did you get that wrong so secolo was wrong she was wrong out of these people not know i have.

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"john worth" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Start your tax with wor me acts and then you message and will read it on the air that six seven zero seven six so yeah we were talking a little bit about the dead show the then company and great it was pretty cool in the actually more than cool it was one of the best show hits the yeah yeah no doubt they played a a lot of the hits janica could well i don't terrapin i was great all that was that was probably one of the highlights of the night when they played the old terrapin you don't know what that is i don't know any all i know the only one that sound the remotely similar to me or something that i have millions and millions is casey jones only one that a life peggy oh okay you a so i like this one yet emilia now i'll give elcano an actually a deeper cut oh really ask it might have been maybe maybe i'm more of a did had them i thought i think you may be john worth the trip the coming back in november two or they are yes where you senate easier that's where they were less absolutely i won't the road trip to the dc center nice yeah i'm looking forward to that so i but it was weird though 'cause you're when we were leaving we left on friday tied up with a couple of meetings so as an ira wall ouallam waiting for you i'm going to sneak over the wanna quote for labus i had a like a new one or two beverages anything thanks are waiting well well figuring on gracia them who can learn new go the baseball tavern visit my buddy over there so we're gonna have a couple during their tents well it's big deal in open let give that combined with the heat it was a little tough it was tough that's why walking away from in the car seemed like it was taken forever you know i was like what the heck is going on here then come on a treadmill ain't going know suzhou parked i was like prime why is why over here and it will walk and was taken forever he really does white literally right there yeah literally road to see working lot one oh brutal brutal on the t i swear in a god that sound.

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"john worth" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Um and john worth the show runner for hem on wheels who has run several other shows an including currently working on happened leonard for the sundance channel we talked about his running away from home at the age of sixteen and how that shaped him creatively the show have like cavallo two year the sounds like this could be like at npr type show an but that would put it we will box in the way in ah are sort of one of the great things about podcasting is you don't have a particular time limit or a you know specific structure that you have to work with we saved where selves the episodes are as long as they need to be in no more with sort of an arbitrary idea of may be thirty five minutes is the the goal to keep it under but we've already got one episode this way so there is long as they need to be in there they're they're pretty tight we go through several rounds of editing i knew who who were you looking at warning to you if he had like one person i propose probably have different answers what would you know as the ivy numbed starts bucket list of people up the talk to already thought about this but also now he's terrible and interviews is that david lynch and it would get nothing either that it interviews yeah but he's kennedy's brilliant vintages he just very very curt very short on worries you don't get you end up just like his movies you would leave with more questions than answers and he just kinda sits there kind of inert and gives you leads flight four or five word answers and uh he's capable of going on a little bit more than that he's just not he's just sort of famously kind of because he he does like to give things away so loves talk larum weather yesterday frightened because the weather forecast cheese he really likes cheese as of her ripe he won't talk about his a creativity he'll just start saying you know that is i going into a dream and admitted that he legia hanging that that you know that makes me think that we we really had since shame we're not going to get to do harry dean stanton though would have been great i really would love to to go to texas interview george w.

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"john worth" Discussed on X96

X96

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on X96

"I want from gideon john worth for the cia in oslo escobar on an incredible true story of the cia's biggest secret whereas his barry see the movie that is currently one hundred percent fresh with rotten tomatoes top critics by tom cruise delivers one of his careerbest it gets craze from american mary pleaded under seventeen not admitted without pera now playing and feeders everywhere radio from hell on x ninety six heart finally some peace and quiet so i can buckle down and get some writing done body say it's all better pag allies lab why do away would say a dull better battle allies it's all be in a bag of lives found a really good expert but you know what that signs of bauer fill clouds watching some guy watch another guy drown mmx night you'd by the watching guy to be enough work rolled is concert floyd right to american wrestler die really why we linnea just out the guy who is drowning i dunno i put your is on a bridge or something like that could put a greater debt better time buddy alannah all day passed why didn't he called the cops who very rightly so we if he just watts does not also make him a little guilty but are not saying we would bring phil collins good for questioning i like maybe this story is ball yes let me check smokes none of that happened hey what's up well i'm trying to work on a sequel to the old man in a c are you are you allowed to do that but i can't get anything done it's so damn loud around here yeah that's what heading ways to complain about this spanish civil wolves just two loud how am i supposed to get anything done via part of the radio from hell show an x ninety six colleagues seven seven 602 do not e 696 or text us at three three nine eight six message and data rates apply all right time to award boehner of.

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"john worth" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"No they do have like sort of like a whacko of like panel of likes him as it's like oh and here's anderson cooper as i way we hit on this show yachting coopers cooper's involved yeah they have like a law you don't see much cathy griffin anymore and sixty minutes it's almost like snl where it's like well and his alec baldwin in the cast or not the he's he's on it here today i don't i you know so that's doing a lot of time on sixty minutes today or or 60 me listen the shows and they give you have any more sixty minutes materials it's probably the last comes going to do it now team for sixty minutes steve kroft scott pelley bill whitaker nor o'donnell oprah is team yeah l john worth i'm bill owens leslie stall anderson cooper lara logan charlie rose sharon alfonsi jeffrey faker and know a cast thousand wertheim is sports illustrated's tennis writer under fifty minutes anybody okay sorry by the way this is true i liked tennis i once wrote in and said was the else thin john worth i'm many wouldn't tell me like the 2000degree email to him on sports illustrated and he would not respond i responded it was very friendly as much questions and three with the elephants were it's probably something very basic and he just wanted to seem exotic your i went to the boss who would in wouldn't let me know their middle name like at and like i think we needed it we like sometimes like needed to send forms at or wooden.

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"john worth" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"No they do have like sort of like a whacko of like panel of likes him as it's like oh and here's anderson cooper as i way we hit on this show yachting coopers cooper's involved yeah they have like a law you don't see much cathy griffin anymore and sixty minutes it's almost like snl where it's like well and his alec baldwin in the cast or not the he's he's on it here today i don't i you know so that's doing a lot of time on sixty minutes today or or 60 me listen the shows and they give you have any more sixty minutes materials it's probably the last comes going to do it now team for sixty minutes steve kroft scott pelley bill whitaker nor o'donnell oprah is team yeah l john worth i'm bill owens leslie stall anderson cooper lara logan charlie rose sharon alfonsi jeffrey faker and know a cast thousand wertheim is sports illustrated's tennis writer under fifty minutes anybody okay sorry by the way this is true i liked tennis i once wrote in and said was the else thin john worth i'm many wouldn't tell me like the 2000degree email to him on sports illustrated and he would not respond i responded it was very friendly as much questions and three with the elephants were it's probably something very basic and he just wanted to seem exotic your i went to the boss who would in wouldn't let me know their middle name like at and like i think we needed it we like sometimes like needed to send forms at or wooden.

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"john worth" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"No i mean provider fit over backward certainly the case is not about what what happened in in 1994 in yet you sort of work at the nature of this crime and the fact that that would who was a robbery but with the business esteemed i mean i immediately we've all seen that i can batteries run and read surveillance video and it's more of clung to these meditate and there it was really sort of jarringly amateur but you didn't get the tenth watching that surveillance video these were sort of dangerous calculating criminals the fact that they in the fact that the new the people that were uh know i mean the the talk for renewed the victor also wouldn't ski ordinarily cutting ilzsg's favor is it seemed like an awfully awfully harsh sentence for what was undoubtedly a crime with more more clumsy crime than anything else in nevada bent over backwards look this is just about the facts in front of us because nothing to do with uh what may or may not have happened to 1994 but you know we we have lawyers say often sports illustrated like i've never seen that uh you know the pretty much the hardest sent five ever seen for a business dispute while that's nine years seem to the seemed like an awful lot john worth sports illustrated our guest now we're talking about oh do simpson again appeal hearing coming up this stirs day um you you've written articles about him in of obviously we've had some people come out who know him and talk about him what do you expect for her if he is to rule does he going to go golfing and i mean just in the immediacy i mean more longterm it just kind of be quiet and be in the background is looking to get right back in the mix of things and whatever that means a tv show or whatever.

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"john worth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"john worth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"john worth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Post impression post war american and the best contemporary art since inception we haven't braced a different sense ability acquiring aren't should be rewarding not intimidating only goals for you to acquire art that you not only vuelve but also in hanson's your home we focus on service and take the time to ensure you have a clear understanding of our work to barring and now we're pleased to announce the acquisition of david family junior gallery we uniting to branches of our iconic one hundred forty six year old family art business changed the dynamic of your home with a walk a fine art from friendly galleries visit us today in new york at fifth avenue and fifty seven street home beat john worth avenue or at fittingly galleries dot com are you interested in a challenging an exciting career what would you can be part of something complex challenges across industries and geography woodward's ever expanding technology data news and media services posture innovation and hard clients an offer nearly when of opportunities for korea's growth is the top stop bloomberg dot com today to be our current job opportunities bloomberg lp as an equal opportunity employee air pietrus once again john stop bloomberg dot com only in the forest can you sleep but nothing beats the moment that i've opening up to a world of possibilities there are some moments only the forest can inspired find yours at discover the forest dot org learn about forced near you and discover cool things to do when you go and you might just it.

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