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Fresh update on "kansas city" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Was trying to cast a spell on me, You know, like a wizard or something warriors to do it epic fail, You lose her back. That's right. Who pay our coverage Feel which legendary age 12 47 5 Day, four hours, which is gonna be fun. Central time each and every morning Monday through Friday. Gotta love it. They also carry Kansas City Royals baseball. We're looking forward to having them is part of the CBS sports radio family. Love being back out the mighty Midwest. Hopefully try to get back out there. Perhaps sometime soon to visit some friends and family in the Kansas City area. Wichita. Welcome to the DEA shows experience each and every morning. Six until 10 Eastern time. Three until seven Pacific That'll wrap things up for a target DEMO Friday this morning, everybody thanks to Shawn Moore as executive producer of the D, A show on CBS Sports Radio's newest.
Ex-Chiefs assistant Britt Reid charged with DWI after crash
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting former Kansas City Chiefs assistant Rick reed has been charged with D. W. Y. after a February crash former Kansas City Chiefs assisting coach Britt Reid has been charged with driving while intoxicated resulting in serious physical injury the charge stems from a February fourth crash near arrowhead stadium that left the five year old girl critically injured read the son of chiefs head coach Andy Reid tested for blood alcohol content of zero point one one three above the legal limit of point zero eight according to the Jackson County prosecutor's office five year old Ariel young suffered a traumatic brain injury her family says the girl is unable to talk or walk and is being fed through a feeding tube if convicted read could be sentenced to up to seven years in prison hi Mike Rossio
Fresh update on "kansas city" discussed on America's First News Show
"CDC and FDA recommending a halt on the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine wanting to review six rare cases of severe blood clots and women a week or two after getting the shot. So far, nearly seven million doses of Johnson and Johnson's one shot vaccine have been given five There is pushing for its vaccine to be approved for kids 12 to 16, saying its trials in that age of showing to be 100% effective. Biden Covert advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci hopes those kids could be vaccinated before the fall school year a the same time colleges and universities across the country now debating whether or not to require every student to be inoculated against Cove in 19 before entering school in the fall. Concept started with Rutgers University last month and is quickly spreading with Brown, Cornell, Northeastern and others following suit, But experts say state schools could be the ones getting stuck between a rock and a hard place. But states like Florida and Texas, outlawing businesses from mandating customers show vaccine cards currently, the federal government says. Anyone able to provide a medical or religious reason for not getting vaccinated will be excused from getting the jab. Kevin Corke Fox News, The son of NFL head coach Andy Reid, who was an assistant for his father is now in trouble. The Jackson County prosecutor's office in Missouri charging Britt Reid with felony driving while intoxicated is in connection to the February 4th crash, where the former Kansas City Chiefs linebackers coach had slammed into a disabled vehicle and another vehicle, assisting them in nearly 84 MPH in a 65 zone. That crash left eight Five year old girl in critical condition with a permanent brain injury. Redid told officers on the scene that he had two or three drinks that night, as well as prescribed Adderall officials Monday, revealing his blood alcohol content was 30.113, the son of chief said coach Andy Reid now faces up to seven years in prison if convicted. Matt.
Ford Says Chip Shortage Forcing Production Halt at Several Plants
"Business Report. Ford's decision toe idol. Some plants because of the global semiconductor shortage will result in workers on layoff status during the down time. Ford provides unionized workers with supplemental pay they'll receive on top of unemployment benefits for this halting production for two weeks this month, and it's truck plant in Dearborn, Michigan, and will idle. It's Kansas City, Missouri
Fresh update on "kansas city" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Twitter with those trash Is DEA on CBS Again? D A on CBS could also hit us up on the phone today 55 to 124227. Andy Reid's son, Britt region have never been in the Chiefs coaching staff. He did not have the credentials to be on that coaching staff, but he had had issues in the past. With substance abuse and with direction and focus, and I'm sure that Andy Reid wanted to give him some type of structure, accountability, and so we put him on the staff of his Kansas City Chiefs team. But it was a mistake a huge mistake because Britt Reid Also Took advantage of that situation and blew it. And Britt Reid also in this case, seriously injured Another person. Britt Reid got behind the wheel of a car after leaving the facility of the Chiefs on the Thursday before the Super Bowl, when you would have to imagine the entire coaching staff Should be incredibly focused Lockdown Tunnel Vision.
Biden says Rangers making mistake by allowing full capacity
"All today's the day Major League Baseball fans have been waiting for its opening day, and the Texas Rangers will take on the Royals in Kansas City. For Sunday's game in Arlington. The team is allowing for full capacity a Globe Life stadium a move President Biden is not on board with. Well, that's the decision they made. I think it's a mistake. You should listen to Dr Fauci and scientists of the experts, fans in attendance will be required to wear masks. We're not eating or drinking. After Monday's home opener, the team will revert to distance seating for subsequent
Fresh update on "kansas city" discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Ninety three ninety four. We had a chance to make the playoffs strike here. I thought we really were gonna make the playoffs in ninety four so it was for me your player because ninety and ninety two i was trying to find my family any three and ninety four. I saw that established myself as an everyday player i was i put us numbers. I was close thing in all sorts of. I was getting to where i was training to. Quarter from aplastic guys. You're learning to a guys. The kansas city baseball dynamics away because a ring winning record against idiot. When he record against the white sox. We're three or four hundred. And i really thought that looked better than those. Those seems that we have made the playoffs and things would have been a lot different with my career. My dad's are managed kansas city if we would have made the playoffs in nineteen ninety four. I probably would've played on my career. Maybe most of my career in kansas city instead of being created ninety five and i was gonna i was gonna get to that so like ninety four strike. Have the ninety five things. You're starting to get back into back into focus and you get traded to chicago where you get you. Get to play in the outfield as sammy. Sosa and say we sosa was in the sixty six home run guide just yet but he was getting there all the time five when i got traded so i enjoyed the national league admits that was i could have gotten traded to other teams. The cubs were the best place for me at that and they baseball..
Railroads Strike a $25 Billion Merger
"Merger is making news Canadian Pacific Railway has agreed to buy Kansas City Southern for $25 billion, creating a 20,000 mile rail network linking the US, Mexico and Canada Ram pickup truck maker. Still, Anta says production of the truck will be delayed because of a global chip shortage. The company form this year by the murder of Fiat, Chrysler and P s a group said the Paul Was would last for a number of weeks. Gina, serve Eddie Bloomberg Radio. Brought to you by
Fresh update on "kansas city" discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Later by choice baseball. That was my four o'clock about my body was even four five. That's what when i was probably and i was baseball. Played in the speaking speaking of. Nfl you when you got when you got called up ninety you replacing bo. A bo got hurt. You got you got the call the play centerfield and when when you get that first when you get that i call that you're going to the show. What what goes through your head when when you when you hear that from the coach well when i heard sir warning so i would not say anything glamorous if i go to but i'll be working so i i'm i do nothing. I rule on maple. It was a lot of them that you know and i just big leagues anytime balance. Because you got my offer absolutely. We're talking with brian. Mcrae so one your like your first few years in kansas city. One of your teammates hall of famer. Three thousand hits world series champion. George bray when he when you when you first saw him. What was what was the first impression that you had of him reminding the rest basic hundred being a little kid was from. The far he keeps city is thirteen and fourteen year old. We get home before i was his now is And he was you know he. He was a guy that i watched every day. Why squamous wants to waive being there years. Recoil is the In the mid seventy clearly you know he was honored to play with. Jordan will. Because i was fault. And so when you when you got when he got there and you you started your career your dad. How mcrae longtime royals outfielder. You use the manager so everybody you know you talk about like. I'm like you play for your dad literally like maybe high school but when you're playing for when your father's your manager in the major leagues and you talk about a guy who probably your game. The only person who knows your game as well as you do. Are the expectations different than playing for any other manager. I think the dynamics manager with me. Because i got excited the latest on staff as a as a player it's to we weren't around. That must be girl enough baseball. So this was the first one family had the opportunity to be around each other for long period of time in the same place very special. It was the first year. Ninety there i really rejoices handle it the right way and i struggled with them but after that i was able to understand that you know this is not lonely. Big-league baseball performance at scale. And you know our relationship was group. Good in family dynamics places many time but it was. You know i look back at it now comprises because my dad got to see every day and were and how many fathers there's four years that we're go to work with them hang out with and that that one special special time like i really do it so while you're with the royals you you you were there for transition period from the eighties world series teams and brett era to the ninety s where the royals weren't the the best team in baseball but they had some guys come up like.
A brief guide to NFTs
"May have heard news recently about the auction house christie's announcing that an artist by the name of people sold a piece of artwork for more than sixty nine million dollars big price tag. The hurt the third highest price for living artists. Here's the thing though. This piece of artwork isn't actually a physical work of art that you would hang in your home it's all digital it's only digital. The work was sold through what is called an nfc. it is growing technology. That is being used a lot recently. You've probably heard the term. Nf teased quite a bit in the news recently. Some examples of this of the nba has a new collectible service called nba. Top shot where you basically are collecting highlights from nba games. So for example you might see a dunk. That lebron james makes in a game you can go to this site and you can bid on that highlight and quote owned the highlight and that is how the service works We've also seen some other people really get involved in it as well Kansas city chiefs quarterback pat mahomes launched his own digital art gallery using these tesla ceo elon. Musk recently sold a tweet of his as an nfc which seems absolutely bizarre but it gets to the big question for some of the listeners out there potentially what isn't nfc. We're going to try to break it down a little bit here. We have a lot more of this available on tech dot usa. Today dot com. So we're gonna try to give you a cliffs note version of this but to explain it simply as simply as you can for something as complicated as this. Nfc stands for non fungible token so the way it works is if you're looking at something that's fungible. It is something that's easily interchangeable. Think about money for example if we each have a twenty dollar bill we can exchange twenty dollar bills and the values the same and it really doesn't make a difference with an nfc or a non fungible token each of them are unique. Each of them are different. So i might have an nf t and you might have in an f. T. we can't trade them value for value for each other because the values of different because they're unique they're different in a variety of ways. So that's what makes them non fungible so basically what it is is because it's digital. It's not a physical thing you have. It is basically a piece of data that that you own something. So in the case of the bidder at christie's auction he owns a piece of artwork in the case of someone who saw a really cool james harden layup or pass. They owned that clip online on nba. Top shot And we've seen some other weird applications for this technology to But the way it works is it's all done using blockchain technology now for the listeners that are saying to themselves. okay wait blockchain. i don't know what you're talking about here. so blockchain works like this. It is basically. It's kind of like a cloud storage database and what it does is it tracks transactions of items or assets. Let's take something like bitcoin. For example which is a currency that. I'm sure you've heard of quite a bit Something that a lot of people used to buy things online. So you have. Bitcoin and bitcoin is built on blockchain. So what happens is when you have this blockchain technology it is tracking every time someone is using. Bitcoin keeps track of wind. Bitcoin is transferred from one person to the other for a purchase. And that's essentially what it's built on so if you look at all. The history of bitcoin has an open blockchain. It's essentially an open database where you can review the history of all the transactions that have been done through blockchain. Now you don't see people's names or ideas or anything like that but it has a regular tracking of where this bitcoin is going and so that's kind of entities are instead of a bitcoin. It's this and f. T. and it's the same principle where it using this blockchain technology it's tracking every time this nfc's ownership is transferred. And you have a ledger and accounting of every which way this has been sold or resold and so on and so forth. You know you obviously can do this with bitcoin and economically. Do this with stuff like a tweet or an artwork or in the case of a article. New york post. Someone did it with the sound of their own farts. Which again if someone's willing to buy that sure that's great but there you go. That's that's how far we've gotten with all this experts. I've talked to have said that. One of the big benefits to this is the security Because these blockchain's arc run by one central company or one central administrator there on peer to peer networks which means they're spread out across lots of computers. So there's really no one place these are stored and so because they're spread out. It's much harder for someone to say. Go in an altar records that are recorded on a blockchain. So that's one of the big things and there's a lot of talk to from experts that this might be the wave of the future one expert. I talked to recently had said that you know one possibility. Is there used to track land titles and deeds so for example instead of dealing with those mountains of paperwork that you have to deal with. When you're buying a house or selling a house or things like that you would do it all using this blockchain technology and it would be done on the computer. And it'd be much simpler wireless paper while signatures and that. That is a very fascinating us. Obviously we're very far away from a lot of this stuff. All the stuff right now feels very strange in new. And there's really a lot of hype around it. So that's why we're seeing weird stuff like people selling their own individual tweet as an nf t- It makes everything on the internet. Feel like it's a commodity Whether that lasts again. It's too early to say. I think you know. Obviously there's a lot of hype around this and it's definitely worth watching because you know i if this all you know goes as it seems like experts have suggested i mean this could really changed the way we do things in terms of buying and selling and dealing with all those Types of this on the internet So we'll see where all this technology
Canadian Pacific to acquire Kansas City Southern in $25 billion railroad pact
"Rail network linking the US, Mexico and Canada Canadian Pacific Railways agreed to by Kansas City Southern for $25 billion in cash and stock. The acquisition would need the approval of the US regulator, the Surface Transportation Board. Company say the process will take until mid 2022. The combined company would operate about 20,000 miles of railway employees, 20,000 people and generate an annual revenue of about $8.7 billion. Fine news
Railroads Strike a $25 Billion Merger
"Were here in Canadian Pacific Railway has offered to buy Kansas City Southern for $25 billion. Restore, says Canadian Pacific based in Calgary has offered $275 a share in a cash and stock deal. The price represents a 23% premium to Friday's close of $224.16. When Kansas City Southern's stock climbed to a record two trees management
No. 13 Texas beats No. 12 Oklahoma St for first Big 12 title
"The thirteenth ranked Texas Longhorns became the first team from the state of Texas to win the big twelve tournament after beating twelfth ranked Oklahoma state ninety one to eighty six longhorn senior Matt Coleman led all scorers with a career high thirty points and he had the most of any long horn player this season Texas led by ten at halftime the Longhorns were over in six of the big twelve title game before winning it this year Greg Echlin Kansas city
Chiefs release Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
"Are very lucky. Chris canty that we have breaking news. Because otherwise i would be sitting here yelling at human. They are yelling at me to go immediately to diana. Rossini lonzo has breaking news out of kansas city. Diana what are we have. Yeah adam schefter. Just broke at the kansas city chiefs have now made to gigantic cuts. Both of their tackle. Starting left tackle eric fisher and right tackle jeff schwartz. These two are key players on this offensive line. We know that they didn't play in the super bowl. Obviously eric fisher tours achilles right before so he was unable to play in it and jeff fisher was really working hard. Excuse me jeff. Shorts was really working hard to come back and he said on instagram himself that he was going to be one hundred percent ready to go for this upcoming season. We talked last week all about this week. Being a really difficult week we called it. A massacre at least one coach told me that. And that's what it is. Look at what. The kansas city chiefs are doing off of line that we knew were struggling in the super bowl because they didn't have those two guys no longer on the team. Now
Washington releases Alex Smith following quarterback's Comeback Player of the Year season
"Quickly. I have some news that has just come in from adam. Schefters twitter feed. And it's not a surprise but the washington football team has released alex smith. Who was this year's choice for the nfl's comeback player of the year overwhelmingly. So he has been released. They save almost fifteen million dollars cap space so in an off season. Where does shawn watson might be available. Dak prescott might be available. Russell wilson might be available louis. How interested do you think teams will be alex smith as he becomes available now. I think alex is a tremendous mentor. I think alex would be a tremendous bridge quarterback at this point in time these people are going to really try and connect the dots between him in chicago given his familiarity with matt nagy and that system that they run in chicago like it was in kansas city. I don't think that's a that's the option that they're looking for but look. I have nothing but infinite. Respect for alex smith at any team would be better served having him in their in their quarterback room for sure.
Antone brings heat in push for Cincinnati Reds' rotation
"Reds played tonight and three hours against the kansas city. Royals perhaps not with these same amount of excitement as the night before her. Green and nikola delo pitched tj anton in relief last night against the dodgers and again that ended with a four four tie. I will admit to you. I get the purpose behind the rule that a team on defense can roll the inning over and basically ended prematurely as a fan. That's not much fun. Tony larussa has said as much. Tony larussa and i are on the same page about anything. That's saying something but above and beyond the outcome of the game which obviously doesn't matter. Tj antone pitch last night and he was phenomenal two innings. His fastball was ninety. Seven ninety eight ninety nine killer slider filthy curve five strikeouts two innings gave up. Just a hit. This is a guy who was a bit of a revelation. Last year made his major league debut with the reds early in the season started. Four games came in and relief and nine others and did a really really nice job. Here's david bell on what he liked from. Tj last night looks very lockton. Yeah maybe could've been the best basketball. I've seen include. Let's santa law so good last year. But his fastball of really good is everyone which means it just locked in a totally kind of grown accustomed to tj being very focused and determined so even those beverly in the spring doesn't surprise me at perching david bell last night talking about t j anto. I don't wanna make too much out of one. Spring training outing the didn't count. There is a lot of foolishness and doing that. But he is a part of a mix of guys who will ultimately answer one of the critical questions about the reds this spring. Which is who's gonna make up the back into the rotation right and even if he doesn't end up as a starter he could be a valuable member of a bullpen. that said goodbye to two quality. Relievers this offseason and rice laziest and archie bradley. But what role will tj antone bien after a good two thousand twenty. Here he is and what role he would like to be. Yeah i wanna start but wherever those. Tv's all right. Good short concise. It's the right answer. You don't get the sense just listening to that that he's going to be upset if he's not a starting pitcher but that is what he's been for most of his professional career one hundred and eleven appearances in the minor leagues one hundred and nine as a starter with different levels of success. I don't think there was anything about just looking. At his minor league statistical profile that would have suggested that he would emerge last. Year is valuable arm but he was. Era to eighty again pitched started four games when needed member wade. Miley had to miss some time. Sonny gray mr starr disc- he came out of the bullpen. Nine times and did a nice job. He'd really did a nice job last year. So now the question is does he factor into the mix a little bit more in the race to be the last starter.
'Falling through cracks': Vaccine bypasses some older adults
"Older adults have top priority in Kobe nineteen immunization drives but untold number of vulnerable seniors are being left behind Jeanne and dry the eighty eight year old lives alone in Portland Oregon pot a case worker would contact her about getting a vaccine she eventually after helper who comes by four hours a week to try and snag her an appointment some communities are partnering with charities like meals on wheels or developing out reach through local churches Mary Wade is a resident of Washington DC a lot of fall through the cracks James stone was the director of aging services for an association of governments in the Kansas city area he says the vaccine roll out there his favorite healthier seniors who are able to jump in their car at a moment's notice and drive for two hours to make an appointment Missouri's Republican governor Mike parson said things will get better we'll get more vaccine the state which helps all the way around I'm Jennifer king
5-year-old injured in Britt Reid crash 'likely has permanent brain damage,' family attorney says
"For the family of a five year old girl, seriously hurt in a crash involving former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid says the girl is out of a coma but still fighting for her life. Attorney Tom Bordeaux, told Good Morning America, the girl named Ariel likely has permanent brain damage. We're gonna be advocating for the most serious charges in the most serious sentence that Britt Reid could receive. Reed was also hurt in the crash. Last month, a search warrant application shows. An officer reported smelling alcohol and that Reed told the officer he had two or three drinks. He was also on the prescription drug Adderall.
Lawyer wants 'most serious charges' against ex-Chiefs coach
"An attorney what serious charges for an ex coach of the Kansas City Chiefs an attorney for the family of a five year old girl critically injured in a crash involving former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid says the girl suffered a devastating brain injury that is left her unable to speak or walk attorney Tom Porto said in an interview with ABC's Good Morning America that Ariel young likely has permanent brain damage he added that they are going to be advocating for the most serious charges and the most serious sentence that reed could ever receive police have said Reid admitted to investigators to having two or three drinks along with prescribed Adderall before that crash I'm surely handler
States easing virus restrictions despite experts' warnings
"Some states are easing virus restrictions despite warnings from health experts from Massachusetts were restaurant capacity limits are now gone to Missouri where St Louis and Kansas city have relaxed some rules CDC cheaper shell when ski gets it I understand the temptation to do this but it's a bad idea Wolinsky says after weeks of sharp drops virus cases and deaths have gone up the past several days easing rules as virus variants spread is a bad combination we stand completely lose the harder route we have Sager mag ani Washington
Washington likely to part ways with QB Alex Smith in coming days
"All right tyler discussing football. You said there's a little bit of breaking news yes according to you and rappaport about five minutes Alex smith and washington are expected to part ways within the next coming days. Said he still wants to play. He is thirty six Someone will get them. Probably as a backup. I will watch. Houston making the starter next year. Why wouldn't it. Kansas city chiefs possibly in back. Ooh he knows his role for why not. What's chad haney there. And he's a nice job. Did a nice job. Maybe you let those two. i don't know head. He's already a legend in kansas city for that further down run baby andy just says you know what. Give him a chance to go because he's never gonna see the field here and then maybe that's what he does but see that. Maybe san francisco's looking for another backup quarterback. They had some troubles with their backups. This year the mullins. And and beth third were just quite. Frankly just guys. So maybe maybe they look into it.
Thierry Henry steps down as CF Montreal coach, cites family reasons
"We have to again on this. Show point out that humanity trump soccer right. I mean if you read gary statement and leaving club montreal. He it's not about the competition side. It's not about the. It's not about his aspirations as a manager. it's about his life. it's about his children. it's about his family. It's about a pandemic that has robbed so much from all of us is about saying i have to do. What's right for me. And you know what. I'm sitting here in a basement in kansas city. understand man. Terry loved having you in this league would have loved to have you here still But we completely get it. Go do what's right for you and your family. And i think they see with anri. Listen we hope first off as you said. Everything's okay with his family and he's able to get back to them and be comfortable and be happy again and then the other is you know. It's unfortunate him leaving this league now but he has been agreed basseterre for mls as a player and then when he left and went back to europe. And so we'll continue to do that so you're not are always going to be involved in around major league soccer because he has been now for ten almost ten years and he'll continue to do that in europe you you'd you'd think and if he can coach and manage their it can continue to push that. Which is we talked about. Porno on the last show and patrick vieira jesse martian. What guys are doing over there in tehran. We will continue to be a part of that
A New Model for Bitcoin Mining Pools with Ethan Vera of Luxor
"One of the things that we've never really talked about. Is your background in mining. Even on show a couple of times but for a while there. You were running a facility in kansas city right. Yeah that's right ray. Six for a while like ninety five percent six okay although yes super bitter backstory. We started lecture in like august twenty seventeen and obviously those were crazy times back then nicoletti. My two co founders. They were looking at place like twenty of our own machines in the facility and there was no good qualifications back then you had to go through like a random website that connects you like a guy running computers in his back shed and that'd be like the hosting site. Yeah we thought like at the time like. Let's go into invest in one of these Sites said own some of the infrastructure side where software guys. We built software products but let's vertically integrated with it infrastructure level so invested some money into the site An hour north of Kansas city missouri had four megawatts total of power But none of the power was flowing yet the building so we slowly build up to it. We took a colocation approach. And so you know a lot of the paints we went through. I think that's why. I think compass it's such a great product is because like all the pains be went through. I think would have been helped if we had compass at the time but we went through a very painful process of like having hundred fifty retail clients into an entirely new business posting their machines in a facility. That wasn't will build wasn't equipped to deal with the kansas city. Summer at just under capitalized from the start and so kind of all the everything kind of went wrong. That could've and it ended up going under. But i think You know is a very valuable learning experience for our team. The infrastructure side of the businesses incredibly hard and so. We've learned kind of the difficulties there. We wanna build like the best software products. We tend to support that but No way do. I wanna head down to a facility again and i work with nick foster like two. Am at night with pizza. Hut trying to wrack minors this man. Did you guys moved to the area while the city was operational. Yeah i was about like a two minute. Walk away in this like a motel. Yikes in this town of a few thousand people. It was just me like making anywhere. They came to own a few weekends. But i kinda went. Live down there for a bit trying to turn thing around and you know jumping into this location he is. I think it's really hard to manage that many clients if your new business you know. Maybe a professional company like has the process down pat but for a lot of these new colocation. They may have incredible like power rates could facility but just like interfacing with a hundred and fifty. Two hundred clients is incredibly tough. So that's the compass like an incredible amount of value to these types of operations. Is you can kind of partner with somebody to do that for you. And it solves a lot of your headaches there. It's difficult for people and when you have good technical knowledge and you want to build out a warehouse and host minors. There's a lot to it you know. I think that you know people will find cheap power and they don't understand that like having cheap power is okay but like there's cheap power everywhere. There's reasons that even though people find cheap power they have trouble standing up a facility whether itself mining or it's hosting for other people is because there's a lot goes into it. It's not just you know building a a chicken coop and putting up some racks getting getting people in you know as restraining people for compass you can tell like you can tell when you have a conversation with somebody like who's ready to host clients and who is just trying to jump on the gravy train like who understands that there's an opportunity now they just wanna you know. Stand something up and get some machines in. There's going to be people that are out there that are going to end up. Getting wrecked by jumping in some of these facilities are just not ready to handle them. And i mean like the the cores and some of those other guys for them. It's prohibitive to take smaller clients. They have they have a ton of space available. And i think they're targeting a different clientele well well-capitalized. They've got the ability to understand the financials properly. They know what they're getting into a few machines. Goff line it's not the end of their world just a different bag. But i think that more people than ever now looking to get into bitcoin mining and i just think that's gonna continue to grow company Where you know investing capital into these facilities but you are investing time and Your your brand to a degree at in your reputation. So there is that level like due-diligence which you wanna pick the winners and losers. I think that's really hard. Because you know at the time that we had mighty tack back in early. Eighteen via like a dozen competitors probably only a few of them made it guys like compute north and frontier who are our competitors at the time. They're the ones who kind of went on to have pretty good operations where islam You never heard of again. So it's it's a very hard job to pick those kind of coming facilities which ones are going to make it which aren't You hope you get like a computer. North style But there is a possibility. You get something else So yeah the. I'm kind of jealous of you like getting to watch the life cycle of those Facilities because i you know. It's pretty cool to be with people during their setup phase and then moving on to see them have success. I think as we get like three or four years in industry here. It's been amazing to like. Do that journey with a bunch of Fellow miners whether it's like pilot. Frontier foster boomer acts like it's really cool to see. I'm curious to see how things will shape up globally. Now it i would say not. As risky to host outside of north america. It'd be interesting to see how that narrative changes you know when you guys were going through the process of that facility folding. It's never easy thing so it's easy now because it's done right like it's in the past and you found success since then. Current success allows you to talk about previous failures. In a way that is yes heart wrenching but as you were going through that When the facility was the process of folding it was what twenty eighteen as the market was starting. Yeah exactly so. How was that pivot mentally for you guys as a team. I think this is the point. Where it in a startup. You always have to see if you're going to double down on your strategy endure approach or if you're going to pivot and like every business book or every. Nba teachers like business pivot. Learn that in the classroom because it's just so different when you're in that situation it's like you've just invested a year of your time into building this thing you still have some level conviction in it and even if it's not going right at one point you had very big aspirations for low like how do you eventually blake. Pull the cord pivot spend capital in that that time elsewhere And that's a hard decision. I think it's you know we've gone through. That lecture before with various products is like is this product worth continuing to back had pushed and I think that's like one of the things you learn. I think early on startups is like when to pull. It would continue on in double down for this minority like we kept quitting in dollars investments. We're doing cash. Calls the shareholder level to fund it. Eventually it was just like we can't keep pouring money into this thing. That's just burning money and so what we did was basically. We told all of our clients. Hey you can either ship your machines. Two lightspeed in ohio or compute north in nebraska will pay for the shipping. I just let us know where you wanna go. We gave them like a few weeks. Heads up that we're holding and so luckily our customers than get burned. Who's kind of just the employees shareholders which isn't great. Obviously but at least we kind of maintain those those customers relationships and made read it like screw them over to bad but it was a hard decision for
"kansas city" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
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"kansas city" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"Show for week eleven and it is a whopper of a show. Why will week at least thinking this biggest game since the houston playoff. Game for the raiders since two thousand sixteen right in that game soft because we knew it was going to happen. Because car was out in the raiders. Were just done. After he was hurt in the third quarter. I believe it was on christmas eve week. Sixteen they won. That game then lost the next week and really couldn't compete against houston. But i mean it was a playoff games has to count as a big game. There's none other. I mean this is the game. The raiders win and certainly they can win. You know there's a game out. Seven and three cheese are eight and two and the raiders have the tiebreaker against jesus because he swept him so this is a huge game things. It'd be a sixty minute game. And yeah the raiders. Certainly can win. But you certainly can win as well It's really going to be exciting. I'm glad it's on sunday night because everybody gets to see this game. Be easier if it was a one o'clock start professionally but that's okay. Hey this thing is supposed to be a night game. So let's go but everybody gets see this game. Everybody gets to see how the raiders are going to compete against. Patrick mahomes big game and you know they lose. Your six fours. Were still very much in the playoffs. They are because their schedules. Easy the rest of the way but nine teams six wins in the afc as well. And that's the most of any conference since nineteen seventy merger. There's gonna be seven teams in the house year. That certainly helps eight. If seven games were in the contingency plan for the corona vars. But right now it's looking like you're seven but i still sunday. I said i think raiders are going to be the in the playoffs. And i believe that wonder. Who's this week but again they can win this game. Why not they have six weeks ago. There is going to be a lot of tension. It's already started. I love chief week in chief week started off with a bang yesterday morning. Andy reid mentioned that. The raiders victory lap around arrowhead stadium. Last month i think we talked about we covered on silver by private. You know what we cover everything over black bride. I'm joanie that's where to go and one make you the smartest raider fans and they don't always agree with everything but you have busy lives. You have to work very Passion the raiders are my work. So it's my job to let you know as much as i can about this team. I can get everything but we're going to get most things covered. That was the case with his victory. raiders buses before. They wanted to cancel the airport. I wonder in eight years. They took a.
"kansas city" Discussed on First Take
"Top Bob with the Baltimore Ravens. Got beat down in neck. China. They got beat down to wait for peanut. Cuevas. Got Beat. They got beat down Mac William joppy got beat up when he rented a Felix. Trinidad white down a block at Madison Square Garden about you're not. You're not by the way Patino. You GotTa look this on Youtube. He's swayed like a building that was being demolished forty fell face first the HITMAN was no joke. Jalen rose can tell you about that being a detroiter. Look, Marcus. The fact of the matter is the Patriots have one loss on the season because the Seattle seahawks made a great goal line stand. Bobby Wagner basically made a play and kept the Patriots from being three and oaken. You imagine a bill belichick team being beaten. The Way Baltimore was being beat like having no idea how to handle a blitz not consecutive three, four, five times a row at the end of the game when they need it quick scores not being able to do anything with it I agree with Stephen. Here's another fighter from the eighties and nineties Mike Tyson the baddest man on the planet Patrick Mahomes the baddest man on the planet and what he did to Baltimore, he could do to any team, but it happened to Baltimore. We might talk about boxing them. We talking about football I, and the second thing is when you look at all these other teams, guess what? Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens have about a ninety five percent winning percentage over everybody else that's all talking about. So they've lost to the Kansas. City chiefs. Early in the season and went on the win all the rest of the Games damn near. Apologized swag who has a very, very good point. You know what that point is. He saying that overall your overall record matters not the fact that you get punked by one particular opponent. Yeah. That's what he's saying. He's a former Dallas cowboy they're accustomed to losing to. Berkeley. He's Told me you didn't. Particularly potent that has ruined the cowboys. There's a plethora of them who've done what he wanted. is a little bit misleading their own to in the playoffs and their own three against the chance. Dating. Not Talking about the time. Of. The teams own this list, we talked about the playoff sorta chiefs we talk about the rest of the four people on his list. Excuse me Marcus Spears. To pick with you by the way you're steelers are three. No haven't shown them any level so I have a list by you. Marcus. I have a question for you. These were your. Top MVP candidates, Russell Wilson Good Aaron. Rodgers you had josh. Allen. Lamar Jackson in death prevalent. Listening anybody. Well Patrick Mahomes is on there now molly but. This game started. Okay you. You needed to see Monday night football to Adam to that list. So he could be Monday night football. We can't thieves night football and take the only it's only evidence. Mark is the list being made before this game is played or not answer quayle's. For Monday night. Okay. That's correct but I noticed. The Monday. Night football, you might have a different point of view. Why? I say you shouldn't have a different point of view. My point is you took the number one team you have from last week that's the list. FIDGETS. Again, fresh stutter right I can look into the camera with beetlejuice is just like you Mac. I took them off the. Team. They lost to the best team in the NFL and that knows how does how you lose matter. I'm making that up. That's how you lose. You lose. Quick question what do you think the chiefs would do to other teams on this list I got a better question for you. What did the chiefs do the previous? We could get the charges did that take over time? I got a better for you even a Smith I told you. On the list. So why the chargers Oh, you're damn list if we give people credit for morally taking them to the end of the game because I don't think they deserve to be on. The Green Bay Buffalo or New England. You do your list high over the hill you won't do it. Like. I every everybody you. Know. Team. Okay. Last Why, but it's good. Mike is Unique to come into studio in do one of your lists. Contaminate in my list with that Nah. I'm. Glad you asked Sakho Wacko. then. Spicy Max Max Man, it's almost don't. Do. This mad tried to tell me this morning. Was that this man tried to tell me this morning he greenie as him about Patrick. Mahomes. Start. Listing all the players around him token about all. The Assistant? There's also a little bit little bit. Felt a little bit. Am I am I am I not consistent? Have I not been mentioned hood it, but he's asked Raghu just match. He did tell you the true story. Do you know what he did what he did the parts that are brought up a row behold he said that was the equivalent of Lebron have met you della Vedova in Thompson. Water. were. I know I'm still. Odd No I'm still the little brother and I loved advice that I'll give me. But PIP damn analogy I cannot school both of. y'All misdemeanor be you're. Doing his. The point. De People Benefit and look a little bit better than they are because they play a little bit. Sullivan Dover, it's not. That Swag Goo. huckle you want but if the Thompson I'm looney. Point. Lebron James. Thomson is Kristin Thompson Eighty million dollars. Lebron. Council your ballers area. But what? Day WHOA tyreek Hill. Apple Sound. I need to get an answer from you on this I get your point. You're right the homes makes. But he makes it better but. That's why wouldn't you use Kyrie Irving and Kevin love in other words. That's what I. Really get. channing without Lebron? Because that's Because the point was Patrick mahomes attention being taken away because miss the Stephen they want to mention everybody else. The. 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"kansas city" Discussed on First Take
"Boy Lamar Jackson con the chiefs, our Kryptonite, what's going on? I take is Keller and that's Stephen a Smith. I'm Molly Karen Rose Gentlemen Monday night football didn't disappoint except for those Ravens Owen three now against the chief Stephen Jackson his worst passing effort just ninety seven yards, but he's twenty one and one against the rest of the NFL. So tell me this who did you learn more about was Lamar Maho. Definitely the mall because we knew about, mahomes? Capable of doing throwing for three, hundred, seventy, four, and three, hundred and seventy seven yards in their two previous games. He's played against and beat Lamar Jackson Baltimore Ravens last night he just put on a show through eleven or twelve different receivers. He was connecting connected on a ball with hardened connected with a beautiful picture. Perfect pass to tyreek. Hill, in the end zone, we know what Patrick Mahomes can do. But Lamar, Jackson, we were hoping for more we're expecting more from the reigning League people came into the game completing seventy seven percent of his passes. This brother had thirty five yards passing in the. Thirty five 35-yards medicine now granted there was some jobs and granted the Kansas City Chiefs Defense Stephen Nolan knows boy they were putting their hat on Baltimore's receiver. So there was some passes that they could have caught. They just dropped etc for for the most part it was containing Lamar Jackson in the pocket not letting him get outside so much he ran for like forty one yards in the first half ran for about ninety dollars or whatever it was for the game but once again, we walked away from this game seeing Lamar Jackson Can Run the football like no other. He's an incredible athlete who needs to continue to improve as quarterback Patrick Mahomes as they superstar quarterback there's levels to this. There's a difference and it was showcased yesterday and it will unfortunate part for me. Like I. said if Kansas City wins the game but it's twenty, seven, twenty, four, thirty, seven, thirty, four, it's forty to thirty or something like that. But Lamar Jackson resembles all quarterback but they just get out dude that's totally falling. The problem is, is that once again? Trouble throwing the football and that's what we saw last night. It's just that simple. I'm good. I knew about mahomes but I would say a lot of other people learned even more about the homes last night. Patrick. Mahomes is in a class by himself in the history of football in the history of football. No one has ever played quarterback as well as Patrick Mahomes has played it since he was a rookie. Were since he was a first year starter, think about that for a second fifty touchdowns, twelve interceptions oh should have been to the super. Bowl next year super bowl. MVP. This year. So what he did last night he has reduced the best players and teams in the NFL to play thing he was throwing bombs down the field with such precision where only the offensive player could catch it first diagnosing the defense figuring out what and then. Precision bombs all over down the field he was throwing shovel passes what to his full back for touchdowns floating little passes Offensive Lineman. He's running the ball. He's having. You know what they said about Brett Farve here. He's just having fun out there but now take away all the mistakes. He's mystique proof Brett farve he's Arron Rogers two point. Oh, he's Russell Wilson with much more arm talent what Looks like a man amongst boys. He looked like an he's he's also leader and his teammates obviously like him and he has a great personality. He was so much better than everyone on the field. This is why Stephen Eight when you did your your Stephen as list and you're going through one five you don't have the chiefs one every year as long as Patrick Mahomes is the quarterback and Eddie reduces coach. Cheese one for me prove me wrong I go back to last year's playoffs. If you doing power rankings at any point the plus the chiefs would never be wad. It's always 10-point-plus comebacks in the fourth quarter but they win the Super Bowl so far this year they didn't look like the best overall team but one thing I thought going into this game, the Ravens look better than them. No quite ravens adult the best team in football but the chiefs have Patrick Mahomes. It's a joke how good this guy is right now the more Jackson's only twenty three still getting better homes is twenty five, I get that. But the odds that anyone right now in the NFL will ever be as good as Patrick Mahomes, is right now but he's getting better or slim. We'll see to me I, view it a little bit differently and only from disrespected this is not basketball. We wanted the clippers against the Lakers because we wanted to see Kawagoe go up against Lebron. We might have said that about this matchup between Patrick Mahomes Lamar. Jackson but Lamar Jackson doesn't have. Batra. Homes they play defense for the Kansas City chiefs at somehow some way this defense showed up and they gave him problems and we didn't anticipate that Patrick mahomes phenomenon. We all know that but the Kansas City chiefs collectively were made to look relatively normal. It took them in overtime to beat the Los Angeles chargers twenty three twenty with a rookie at the quarterback spot Justin, Herbert? Just week earlier and somehow some way they you know they just they radically any semblance of a contest last night very early on after Baltimore kick this field to have a three zero lead. It was no game from the moment not got roll it. They just marched downfield demoralized them on from a psychological perspective to know that Patrick Mahomes is going to get the ball to believe in your heart or hearts that. He's going to move the ball effectively create points that obviously amplifies the level of pressure that you're feeling as an opposing quarterback. But in the end, you're going to get Kansas City's defense not against patching. There is no excuse to throw for ninety seven yards ninety seven yards come on now that was a career worst. Yeah. First of all, you can do better than these two quarterbacks against the blitz to your point. And Greasy put pointed out on the telecast and others have pointed it out on social media and stuff but. Lamar Jackson is down, but it's the whole team, right? Like we're the hot routes, all that kind of stuff. They just look discombobulated by the by the bliss what Patrick Mahomes do against the blitz shredded them you can't blitz them. You can't do anything and the sick thing about Patrick Mahomes don't say he still getting better. You're right about the chargers really good defensive. Team when they played the chiefs, it's a rivalry game divisional whole thing and they have a nice young quarterback. Sometimes, it looks like Mahomes digs himself a hole, and then he gets out of the whole but he's a winner and it's not coincidental that they always seem to win when the money's on the line with do gets even better listen. He's been fantastic. We can't. Take anything away from him. He's a sees arenas super bowl champion. These phenomenal. But the flip side to it is let's not forget to give other dudes credit. We mentioned Andy Reid and Eric the enemy needs to be mentioned as well. Look at that touchdown I. Think it was too hard man if I remember correctly what you did was you had somebody coming off. The middle in a crossing pattern and you relied on Marcus Peters who's not known as the brightest candle on the birthday cake who knows who's been known to take chances in the secondary. So what do they do? They knew that by having somebody cut over towards the middle that Marcus Peters will go in instead of instead of go out I think Ryan's point nine hundred. Ask. This morning. I. Think it was last night too. He was pointing it out. My point is data. It wasn't just the way you had a guy like Andy Reid and Eric B enemy fully aware the chances that Marcus Peters usually takes sometimes he hit a Lotta Times he misses last night was one of those times that he missed. So again that particular play might not have been about Patrick Mahomes it might have been about the play call to they have everything they have everything on offense the kids Missing, anything with Lamar Jackson I told you before he is their office if he doesn't get going, there's nothing that the Baltimore Ravens have to offer you and we saw that last night. If you put an average quarterback in from homes as as Lamar Jackson.
"kansas city" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Did that. So a terribly selfish move from a guy that isn't known for doing that but obviously, he was frustrated it was a terrible strike call. There's no doubt about it but look you hit a home run should be water under the bridge at that point Big Mistake is like I said one run loss and is he came up in that later in the game responded. So I haven't seen many of those at. All right I mean it happens once in a blue moon but I loved it I gotTa Say I. Loved It. It was an entertaining moment to see a player kicked dirt on the On home plate after hitting a home run, here's my question. Does he he doesn't get one more day out of that right for showing up the umpire that that but that? Now I don't think. So I think that'll. I, think if there's any ramifications it, it might be in a nice way for me inside of his clubhouse like I would love to have been a fly on the wall yesterday. In the late innings and then after the game someone is respectful as Rocco daily a great team like Nelson Cruz Santa Josh, do we need you like we need you on the field and you're right the the call made by Dan Marino that he was most upset about was definitely outside the strike zone the other part of that that surprised me a little bit. He's like I got know Dan Bongino the empire who was involved in that he's like a nice guy. He's not a confrontational guy. He's not one of the Empire's who are in players faces all the time and so josh, really did kind of pick a fight with them. Yeah. If that's true and I don't know Dan then that that's that's Josh know that as well. Right. If you know that he's a nice that that that's really sticking it to a Nice Scott. You know what I mean. That's showing up a guy that I I it sounds like most people kinda like and and and whatnot. So very surprising to see that it may have cost his team McCain. Now we have no idea he could strike out that last at Bat, but it could have cost team game. because. The guys got home on power. Okay. The White Sox with that win yesterday they qualify for the play offs and here's a comparison that I wanna make that you are better qualified than anybody to to assess I feel like the two thousand and twenty White Sox who were at this point might be the number one seed in the American league are a lot like the two, thousand, fifteen cubs, a team you covered where they have arrived on the scene maybe a year sooner than what people thought. Yeah. That's a that's a good observation. I think a lot of people in Chicago feel the same way. I think there's some comparisons even to like you know they signed Dallas Kyko just like the Cup Sign Jon Lester as sort of a final peace number. Two to elevate your team there are a little too young maybe to go all the way, but you never know the cubs got to the. That that first year because sometimes you know you're dumb and naive about these things right what what's really impressive about the white sox buster is how matured within the sixty games they had a couple rough spots early when the cardinals came out of there Kobe. Situation they swept us the white sox and a double header, and it seemed like the White Sox weren't ready on all of a sudden when there were games like that possible letdown games they started to overcome. They weren't very good against right handed pitching. They were below five hundred against plus five hundred teams and the reverse those trends they've come up big and learned how to hit right handed pitching a little bit better and it's not all about home runs for them which was earlier. So there are some comparisons. It mostly comes just kind of maturing and and I can remember a series two, thousand, fifteen, the cubs against the giants in August that really elevate the member of the giants. The giants in the middle of their great run the White Sox have had a series like or to like that they just got through a huge one against the twins just grinding out these wins for series win. They also had a couple of against the Indians that they've played. So I do see similarities but but in this in this postseason, anything is possible and I mean if. Their offense shows up and we know it doesn't always Kober Sky's the limit for him I. I'm sure for enforced series coming up in the playoffs at some point you're going to have to rely on pitching and there is a lot of inexperience outside of Dallas in October and of course, game one if the standings whole is they are right now game on, they'd be facing Shane Bieber. Who's going to win the CY young in the American League in who knows what's going to happen at that point? The white sox could have this tremendous season of progress and run right into the pitcher. You do not WANNA facing the American League playoffs this Sunday we've got you darvish pitching against the Minnesota twins You know as part of my preparation I went back and read your story on Darvish and how he's made Progress I. I've talked to some other people and what I've really sort of gathered was that it was almost like coming off the two thousand seventeen world series where he was a starting pitcher and game seven you know he mentioned To two staffers and the dodgers before that game. Hey, are you sure you wanNA start me in? So many words he said that just before the start of the game you know they had Clayton Kershaw, they could theoretically gone to that day they wind up losing that game and what I've gotten back from a lot of people's they really feel like that. In some respects, he was kind of knocked back on his heels from the two thousand seventeen world series experience even after getting that big contract from the cubs and it took him a little while to get comfortable and and for lack of a better way to describe it recover from that experience. What's.
"kansas city" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Driven deep to right. Center, Field Very. Into the Yankee Fan. To run shot Gordon her and the Yankees now lead by the two. Major. Fights off fly deep. Right going back. God. Get out off home run for la you and it six to Yankees as they go back to back. Look for wraps one deep into. Right. Center Field Very. Took back to back twentieth home run for point and the Yankees are pouring it on as they lead seventy-two. High Fly ball right field there it goes they've done it again they said a big league record seventeen runs at three games and the Yankees lead ache to. Fly Ball deep left center. There it. Burke Labor. Torres. The bronx bombers flexing nine two. So, five home runs for the Yankees in that fourth-inning, they had nineteen home runs in a three game series. That's the most in a single series of any length in major league baseball history, and they crushed the record which had been held by the nine hundred and sixty three twit seventeen homers in a four-game series against the Washington senators. The Yankees Nineteen home runs the most for any three game span in Major League Baseball history the Tampa. Bay. Rays moving closer to clinching a playoff spot face the Baltimore Orioles looking to sweep doubleheader and.
"kansas city" Discussed on Murder Minute
"After breaking his hands with an iron rod and five days of Electrical Shocks Pearson became submissive to Roberts physical and sexual abuse to reward him for the submission rubber decided to move Pearson upstairs and promised him that as long as he continued to cooperate. He wouldn't torture him as severely as he had basement. According to Robert by his Sixth Week in Captivity Pearson was so afraid of Robert returning him to the basement that he had trained himself to sleep without moving. But at the end of the Sixth Week Larry Pearson broke. He bit hard into Robert Byrd Villas peanuts and shouted that he couldn't take it anymore. Robert Padilla bludgeoned him unconscious and suffocated him. He's in rushed himself to the hospital to receive medical treatment for his wounds and unbelievably filed an assault report stating that. A man named way repairs had bitten his penis during oral sex. He then returned to dismember Larry's body in the basement and buried him in the backyard. It was the following year on March. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Eighty Eight. That Robert Della abducted twenty two year old Christopher Bison the victim who would lead to his capture by the time. Bryson leapt from his second story window. Kansas city's male prostitutes had already learned to steer clear umbrella. Police discovered that the transient community had long suspected. That Robert was behind the disappearances of Jerry. How and James Ferris Roberts penchant for drugging and torturing his sexual partners and preying on young transient men may have been news to Roberts. Neighbors say were already well. Aware police began the difficult task of identifying the men in the hundreds of Polaroid's found in Robert thome determining whether they were dead or alive and if alive tracking them down six victims were confirmed dead and identified many of the other young men in the pictures of former launchers at the house. One of these Freddie Kellogg was identified and located by Investigators Cologne confirmed to detectives that he and several other young men had stayed at the House with Robert Burr Della since the early eighties Robert Wood dose. His Lodger with drugs have sex with them and photograph them whether they consented or not of the twenty six or twenty seven. Different men identified in the photos. All were counted for except to in late April. Dental records confirmed that the skull found in Roberts closet was that of Robert Sheldon. The skull in the backyard was identified using the same method. It was Larry Wayne Pearson on July Twenty Second Nineteen Eighty eight Robert Junior was charged with the murder of Larry Wayne Pearson in August. He pleaded guilty. The judge insisted that Robert rebel confess under oath. Robert Podesta stated quote. I put a plastic bag over his head and tied up with rope and allowed him to suffocate when asked if he performed this act deliberately and with malice aforethought for Della simply stated. Yes Robert diller. Junior was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole a second guilty plea on August twenty fourth earned rubber Dell a further life term without parole for one charge of forcible sodomy and one charge of felonious restraint against escaped victim Christopher Bryson just before Christmas on December nineteenth as part of a plea deal to avoid the death penalty Robert. Brunello returned to court and confessed to the other five killings Robert Sheldon. Twenty-three Jerry Howell Nineteen Mark Wallace Twenty Walter Ferris Twenty five and Todd stoops twenty five in total Robert. Bella received six life sentences in his confessions Robert. Pernilla claimed the movie he had. I seen way back in nineteen sixty five. The collector had made a significant impression on him. After killing his first victim and the initial senses of shock and disgust. He claimed to felt the film had resurfaced in his memory as a motivating psychological force once he had chosen to render his victims captive. They lost any degree of humanity. In Robert Podesta's is he talked about. Having certain dark fantasies that came to life said Albert Reader Jackson County Prosecutor. Following the court hearing. He felt abused or misused. By certain people including some of the victims there was revenge or getting control of these people. Robert Verdel crimes went on to inspire movies books. And even songs a local radio. Host wrote a parody song called. They call me. Bobadilla said to the tune of the nineteen sixty six hit mellow yellow. The song was played on local radio stations which gave out prizes to listeners. Showed up to events wearing dog colors. Robert Dila complained about the media coverage in his only recorded interview on January. Second Nineteen eighty-nine not long after a drug arrest partly the local radio stations to them. At least were running. Bumper DELLA PARODY SONG. And we're asking people to come to parties wearing dog collars. Well I think. The newspaper article reported that even the families of victims were upset by the song. I have never had a chance to hear also been. I came into jail that the Fox radio station had run the pro-moscow giving prizes to listeners. If they showed up at the station in a dog collar and with a leash the people here. In the institution the correctional officers caseworker even the psychiatrist or I think surprised to find out that it did upset you very much. Donald you're sitting here is a man who's GonNa spend the rest of his life in prison with confessed to murder of six young men in this sedan crimes that horrified the city and much of the country. You've confessed to various degrees. Felonious restraint drugging people sexually abusing and torturing them killing dismembering. And until. Now you've refused all interviews so in light of all those facts I have to ask you. Why are you here? What is it you have to say to us? What is it you want to say about yourself in this case? Well I've had the media clamoring to get interviews with me and after I made my last please. I wanted to get at least part of my side of out. I've found it very hard to find the way to do that. In Kansas City the media has so biased my case portraying me as being nonunion and their motivation is no separate from what the way. I treated my victims. I treated them with something less than human nothing more than a play toy or play object. This is what the media has done to me. It's to humanize me so it can that we along with the public things like human sacrifice set satanism. Demonic practices are more believable than being a neighbor. Next door reached a point where he could do monstrous acts. That's not the same thing is bigger monster in prison. Robert Byrd Ella road dozens of letters accusing the prison officials of abuse claiming that authorities either delayed or outright denied giving him his needed heart medication on October Eighth. Nineteen ninety-two Robert Byrd ellas. Life sentence was cut short when he died in Missouri State Penitentiary of a heart attack. He was forty three. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
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"He sexually and physically assaulted fares continually keeping a record. Affairs has reactions. Robert noted unable to sit up more than ten to fifteen seconds then very delayed breathing the final entry simply Red Eighty-six Robert Later explained detectives that this meant quote anything from throw it out to stop the project. James Ferris was dead on June seventeenth. Nineteen eighty six Robert per della. Was Kansas City's Liberty Memorial Park when he ran into an old friend? Todd stoops a drug addict sometimes prostitute. Who with his wife had twice lived briefly at Robert Townsend Nineteen eighty-four stoops needed thirteen dollars for drugs? Roughly thirty dollars today. Robert invited him over to his house for lunch and to pay him for sex. But todd stoops wasn't like Roberts previous victims Robert explained to investigators that he always been very attracted to stoops this time. Robert wanted to keep his captive alive and attempted to use increasing terror. To turn taught stoops into a cooperative and helpless sex life for two weeks. Robert Tortured Todd. Stoops using electrical shocks through his closed eyelids in an attempt to blind him and injecting drain cleaner into his lyrics to silence his screams at some point during his second week of capture. Todd stoops asked Robert if he could please have a sandwich and a soft drink. Robert refused stoops. Burst into tears. On June twenty-seventh Robert Ruptured stoops anal wall with his fist causing massive bleeding and discharge toward the end of the second week as todd. Stoops rapidly declined. Robert attempted to feed his captive soft foods. Ice Cream soup but he was too far. Gone taught stoops was unable to keep any food down on the final day of his life. He was so weak that he was unable to you sitting position. July first nineteen eighty six. Todd stoops died of septic shock caused.
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"In June mark. Wallace became victim number. Three mark. Had once helped Robert with some yard work. When Robert found mark hiding in his tool shed seeking shelter from thunderstorm. He invited him inside the House. He knew that mark suffered from depression and offered to inject mark with chlorpromazine to calm him and relaxed him. Mark Willingly accepted Roberts offer thirty minutes later. He was captive. Robert Applied Alligator clips to mark's nipples. And every time marked passed out said electrical shocks to his body just one hour after his experimenting on him inserting hypodermic needles into the muscles on marks back at seven PM. On June twenty third Mark Wallace died through a combination of the drugs the gag and the lack of oxygen according to prevail on September twenty sixth nineteen eighty five. James Ferris telephoned Robin asking if he could stay at his home for awhile. Robert Robert Verdel would later claim to police. The James Ferris was the first victim that he intentionally set how to torture I. Robert drugged him with crushed tranquilizers that he had concealed his food then he tied him to the bed and for the next twenty seven hours. James Ferris was perpetually tortured Robert administered electrical shocks to his shoulder and testicles for up to five minutes at a time an acupuncture via hypodermic needles to his neck.
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"Inside the home police found three hundred and thirty four polaroid pictures and thirty four snapshot prints of men living and dead including a few of Christopher Bison upstairs tied to the worn bedposts were Bryson's burned restraints. The home was full of torture devices. Various links approp- leather belts books on witchcraft. And the occult even Satanic Ritual. Robe plugged into the wall was an electrical transformer with wires leading to the bed next to it was a metal tray covered with syringes bottles of prescription drugs. Eyedrops and the detailed torture diary spanning four years documenting the kidnapping torture and murder of at least six young men. Most of them prostitutes. The killer kept many souvenirs newspaper clippings from the Kansas City star about a missing young man named Jerry. How a driver's license belonging to another missing man named James Peres several human vertebrae and two envelopes containing teeth. Upstairs in the closet. They found a human skull when they excavated the home's backyard. They found another in. The basement of the house. Chainsaw was found covered with bloodstains flesh and pubic hairs. The house belonged to Robert Bordello. A man who would go on to become known as the Kansas City. Butcher Robert Andrew Verdel junior was born in Ohio. On January thirty first nineteen forty-nine Verdel Woah was the oldest of two sons. His Father Robert De Senior was a die center for the Ford Motor Company and his mother. Mary was a homemaker. The Bird Ella's raised their children and a strict Catholic household regularly attending mass and sending their sons to religious education courses. Robert was an intelligent child but a loner with few friends and rarely played outside. He had high blood pressure a speech impediment and war thick glasses for his nearsightedness. His younger brother Daniel on the other hand was athletic and outgoing Roberts. Father favored his brother and so his eldest son's lack of interest and ability as a failure and failure was unacceptable. Roberts father was both physically and emotionally abusive sometimes feeding Robert and Daniel with a leather strap and the abuse continued at school where Robert was tormented by bullies. Later when Robert reached puberty he discovered that he was homosexual a fact that he kept hidden from his devoutly. Catholic family for years by sixteen. Robert was finally beginning to show some confidence when tragedy struck on Christmas Day. Nineteen sixty five. The rebel family drove to Canton Ohio. Visit Relatives that evening Roberts. Father died of a heart attack at age thirty nine. At first Robert turned to his Catholic faith for solace then he read extensively about other faiths before finally abandoning religion altogether when Robert's mother remarried shortly after his father staff Robert viewed it as a betrayal and did little to hide his resentment. Robert became withdrawn and his attitude toward women became increasingly condescending and hostile. He once again became a loner. Immersing himself in painting stamp and coin collecting and writing to foreign pen pals. Sometimes these pen pals would send him small gifts stance photographs of mythical and historical figures artifacts which he added to his collection. It was around this time that Roberts saw the nineteen sixty five film. The collector movie about a disturbed loner who kidnaps a beautiful art student and hold her captive in his basement hoping that she learned to love him a film that Robert would never forget in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. Robert Padilla graduated from high school and enrolled in the Kansas City Art Institute on a partial scholarship. He hoped to become a college professor. At first Robert was an exemplary student but by his second year Robert became openly anti authoritarian had developed a drinking problem and started using and dealing drugs on campus at Age Nineteen. Robert was arrested for attempting to sell methamphetamines to an undercover officer. One month later he was arrested again for possession of marijuana and LSD and spent five days in jail but far more troubling was roberts new performance art right in front of his fellow art students. Robert tortured doc beheaded it and danced around with the bloody carcass. He also experimented with sedatives and tranquilizers on a dog when the administration learned of Roberts performance. He was forced to withdraw from the art institute in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine but rather than return to Ohio Roberts decided to stay in. Kansas City became a chef and moved into a house at Forty Three Fifteen Charlotte Street. Robert was now living as an openly. Gay Man spending much of his free time befriending male prostitutes runaways and drug addict to his neighbors. Purdue APPEAR TO BE HELPING. These troubled youths get back on track loaning them money and sometimes letting them live in his home rent free he was helpful to his community and civic minded encouraging neighborhood watch patrols organizing fundraising events by the eighties. Robert was the chairman of the South Hyde Park. Crime Prevention and Neighborhood Association was working as a senior cook at several of the top. Kansas City restaurants established training program for young aspiring chefs at a community college and had turned his love collecting into a successful side business. Bob's bizarre bazaar. A flea market stall specializing in antiques primitive art an ethnological curiosities from the world's far corners there. Robert met and befriended another merchant. Paul how and his nineteen year old son Jerry. Jerry and Robert Struck up a casual friendship and Jerry confided to Robert that he and his friends working as male prostitutes to earn extra money. Robert assumed the role of mentor as he had with so many other. Young men occasionally helping Jerry out with money or bailing him out of minor scrapes with the law on July Fourth Nineteen eighty-four Robert de la picked up Gerry. How under the guise of driving him to dance and marry him instead. Robert Drove Jerry to his house plying him with alcohol and Valium until he passed out Robert than injected Jerry with a tranquilizer and tied the young man to his bed for the next day. Jerry Howell was raped and tortured. He pleaded with Robert to stop to let him go and asked Robert why he was doing this to him but Robert ignored him. Approximately twenty eight hours later. Jerry Howell was dead. Robert Padilla would later say that Jerry quote either officiated on his own vomit or the combination of the gag and the medicines. Were too strong for him to be able to catch breath. According to Robin Padilla he then dragged Jerry's body to the basement and attempted to resuscitate him but failed Robert Dylan then suspended. Jerry's body over a large cooking pot cut incisions into his elbows and jugular vein and left his body to drain of blood overnight. The next day he dismembered him wrapped the pieces in newspapers and trash bags and threw them out with the garbage to be picked up at the curb and taken to the landfill. When Jerry Howell was reported missing Robert simply claimed that he drove him to marry him as planned. Dropped him off and hadn't seen him sent on April tenth. Nineteen eighty-five Robert Prudential's next victim. Mandate on his doorstep twenty-three-year-old Robert Sheldon children had stayed at the house before and needed a place to crash. According to Robert Were Della Sheldon failed to pay rent and although he claimed that he wasn't physically attracted to Sheldon Robert decided to quote express some of the anger and frustration that he had toward other people on him sheldon was drugged and held captive in the second floor bedroom for the next three days as Robert swapped drain cleaner in his left eye. Inserted needles under his nails bound his wrists with piano wire to damage his nerves and fill his ears with Kach. Deafen him on April Fifteenth. A Workman arrived to repair the roof of the House. Robert quickly tied a sack over Sheldon's head and suffocated him..
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"Welcome to murder minute on today's episode the Kansas City Butcher but I your true crime headlines a woman in Tennessee has narrowly escaped being kidnapped. The woman had run out of gas on the side of the highway. When a trucker Roy Nelson stopped to help he offered her a ride but when he drove past the exit. The woman became worried and began screaming. Nash pulled over and held her at gunpoint telling her that he was going to rape her. After forcing her into the truck's cabin and tearing her clothes the woman managed to turn the gun towards her attacker and pulled the trigger. The gun did not go off however and Nash produced a second gun with which he struck the woman in the head he then handcuffed victim and put a blanket over her head. She managed to get one hand free and put the blanket over her attackers head and wrapped her arm around his throat until he pulled off the road. She then escaped and flagged down another driver for help authorities were able to find and arrest Nelson and found him in possession of child pornography as well as women's Bras and underwear a Georgia girl presumed to be among those found dead in a house. Fire has been found alive and was arrested for murder sixteen year old. Candice Walton was apprehended. Four hundred fifty miles from her home in Monroe County Georgia just hours. After two bodies were found burned beyond recognition. One has been determined to be her twenty one year. Old Special needs brother though. The second body has not been identified. It seems likely that it is out of candace. His mother Tasha van diver. Tasha is still missing. Walton has been charged with two counts of murder and arson as well as theft for stealing her mother's car..
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"So bill let's talk about Shanahan wasn't twenty two three but it is the second I can super bowl. He's been to wear his team's win probability. Chart looks like the Ekg of someone dying painful and surprising death. He has now been outscored. Outscored forty six to zero with ten minutes left in two super bowls by the way as I say that out loud. It sounds ridiculous because his defenses are the ones who are getting. He's out scored but that's neither here nor there. How much blame does he deserve? After the Game Tire Matthew said he was grateful that the niners stopped running so so much in started throwing the ball again. Speaking of trolling. Do you think that's fair. Yes and no I think Shanahan cost them this game in some ways. But I don't know that it's that playcalling where they didn't run the ball quite as much because you look at the actual plays in the fourth quarter was. They weren't too unreasonable. The first drive of the fourth worth quarter they ended up in third and fourteen. They have to throws a false start penalty a run for one yard on first down. So they're in second along. We always criticize coaches or throwing the ball and second along and and then third along gets even longer than Garoppolo scrambles for a couple yards the next drive in two thousand seventeen. They're on the ball. I down for five yards. Maybe you argue should have run the bond second and five that seems to be the play. People are upset about. But you actually watch the Datsun. That play or you watch the tape in that play. If you're so inclined designers had George cadle matched up against Terrell suggs. WHO's an edge rusher whose approximately forty seven years old in pass coverage? That's a great match up. You WanNa throw that matchup and there was knocked down on the next play. kiddle was opened again. The GAROPPOLO didn't see him in three recovered receiver and then on the following drive their down. They pretty much have to do the football after the two minute warning even ran the ball at the start that drive so I don't think the play calling was particularly egregious. I think China has lost this game instead with his decision making before the Fourth Quarter indicate he was coaching like he wanted to keep this game. Close instead of trying trying to score points in the first half I mentioned earlier the niners stopped the cheese. One forty eight to go. They have three times the end of the first half so they can call all the time I get the ball back and have time to dry instead. They let the clock run. She's punch they run the ball once. Let the clock run even further. Only then did they try and start moving. The ball and Garoppolo hit a twenty yard completion and then a perfect forty two yard pass kill. That was called back for what I think. It's fair to say the the questionable offensive pass interference call. What a catchy made right over Daniel Sorensen to get the forty niners field though rain? There's GonNa be a hold on the forty niners honors right here and it's only a three man rush and it's Frank Clark. Did I miss her happy to go into halftime at ten ten ten but they have been really effective. Moving the ball in profits outside of that one Garoppolo interception that to me is too conservative. That's something I I found interesting about Shanahan for awhile now bill. He's undeniably one of the most forward thinking coaches in the NFL when it comes to play calling but he does sometimes have a tendency to manage the game a little conservatively. I was reminded of the niners game against the Ravens this year at the end of the first half he mismanaged Spanish clock and they ended up having to try for a long field goal and lost twenty two seventeen they also have the second fewest attempts at converting fourth downs in the NFL this season than even through three quarters with their potent rushing attack. They didn't attempt many. Yeah absolutely I mean even through out the playoffs. This year there were moments. Were Shannahan kicked field goals or was conservative in moments. Where you'd figure hey you're rushing? Offense looks incredible. Why don't you run the football here when the packers and the Vikings can't can't stop you but it didn't come back to bite him because he wasn't playing the Kansas City chiefs in the second half of this game the niners ravaging seven point six yards per play on offense? Offense Shanahan shows to kick a field goal and fourth in two from the Kansas City. Twenty four yard line with the game tied. It was an awful call at the time knowing looks worse. Now you have to keep scoring in those moments because there's always a chance that Patrick mahomes is suddenly going to get hot and become Patrick Mahomes and you want to have as many points as as possible before that happens We saw that with the Texans. Were they feel go to make it which one nothing right or or something in that range and then of course they were down before halftime in that game. I don't know that is the difference in this game. Of course the chiefs did win by eleven but one of those touchdowns was a pretty much garbage time. Score by Damian Williams Shanahan Shanahan manages that first half situation and the fourth in two differently. This game is totally different late in the fourth quarter. And it's especially galling because Andy Reid feed his clock management his decision making was a punchline for years and years and years analytics. Andy did you got aggressive with two key. fourth-quarter Earth quarter decisions early in the game. He was facing a fourth and one from the San Francisco. Five yard line down three nothing. He even sent his goal unit out to tie the game during injury-time out there and then he changed his mind but the offense back on the field. They scored a touchdown two plays later on the next drive. He converted another fourth and one in the red zone. Andy Reid suddenly figured it out. It was such a a wonderful heartwarming thing to see and it was the difference in this game. It with Shannahan I mean I think he is a absolute flu playcalling genius and a lot of ways. But we saw this with Sean mcvay last year or Sean McVeigh was a genius but also very conservative when it came to his decision making and it came back to bite him in a close game last year and it came back to Bite Callahan today bill. I was watching from home of course so when I read on twitter that Andy was sending out the field goal unit I tweeted. I'm not not mad. I'm just disappointed. I like to think he read my tweet. And then changed his mind and while we're talking about eighty read or Analytic Sandy. Let's in prison for a bit. I mean he's one of the greatest coaches of all time. I don't think he needed to Lombardi trophy to prove that but just to do that. I mean it just. It puts all doubt. Assad he's going to be listed as one of the all-time great coaches in history whenever he wants to be done which is not anytime soon is widely beloved throughout the NFL and everyone knows how extensive his impact has been both on the game of football and on coaches and executives throughout the league. How would you say this Super Bowl in his legacy to me? So you know. It's the last thing on his resume for the hall of Fame Right. I I think he wasn't hall of Famer Anyway. But now even if you're a hater you can't deny that. Andy Reid is one of the most most important coaches in. NFL history has changed in his image since he took over as head head coach but doesn't mean Hawaiian shirts a lot of the time but people thought he was crazy when he took over his eagles head coach because he threw the ball about sixty percent of the time that was way more the league average now the entire league there was about sixty percent of the time he built the eagles into a perennial contender and a super bowl winning organization when they won with a head coach coach. who was his protege and a quarterback Nick foles who he convinced not to retire now? He's wondering what the chiefs he seventh. NFL history in regular season wins ends. He's an integral part of the NFL. Over the last twenty years I mean he's overshadowed by Bill Belichick and no. He's not bill belichick. Nobody is but this is one of the best coaches coaches in. NFL history. Now you can't deny Andy Reid he's going to get his due.
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"On third and ten later in the a fourth quarter at midfield manual sanders was opened by a step and a half on a deep host. And Jimmy. Garoppolo missed the throat. Hit that throw. It's probably the game winning touchdown instead instead he missed the throw on third down took a sack on fourth down and the chiefs scored a couple of plays later to seal the game bill all all week long on all of the various debate shows we have been asked if you put the ball in Jimmy Garoppolo hands. Can you win the game for you after the Game Game Kyle. Shanahan was asked about his quarterbacks performance and he sounded kind of lukewarm. You see the tape opined out more but Playwright it does this game change your perception of Jimmy Garoppolo at all. I don't think it changes it. As much as just reinforces it in terms of working stands in the tears. NFL quarterbacks that's right. I mean throughout the postseason. We've seen guys like Kirk cousins and Ryan Tannehill who looked great when their offense is running effectively and they could throw off of play action when they had to throw to catch up and back in a game they were not able to take over. Garoppolo is really good for most of this game even with that one interception he was fantastic. Yeah I thought until the fourth quarter but then even at the same time. It's pretty telling the couch. Shanahan didn't want to try and move the ball with newly a full two minute drive opportunity before halftime. I think Jimmy Garoppolo is sort of what we saw. He's limited. He has the upside. Where when the offense is moving the ball and other ways as he can contribute to that? But you don't WanNa have to put the game on his shoulders and it's totally crazy but it's worth mentioning because it's fun. The niners could get out of Jimmy Garoppolo contract this offseason with virtually no dead money a free agent by the narrow. Tom Brady uh who decided to draw attention to himself. During Super Bowl Week has possibly leaving the Patriots. He grew up as a forty niners fan. The China's I would say it's fair to say better rosters in the Patriots at this point. I mean there's up as point zero zero zero one percent chance that's happening but Jimmy Garoppolo hits that throw to manual sanders it zero percent chance because it's not as percent chance it's at least worth mentioning but there's every possibility tiny kyw any possibility. But if you're Kyle Shanahan and you feel that way about Jimmy Garoppolo you might consider talking. Tom Brady and sauces. Hulu is headquartered in California. Such a truly truly thing for you to bring up. Well speaking of trolling after the break. Let's let's talk about Kyle Shanahan Super Bowl record and whether he deserves criticism for how this game.
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"Throughout the game you and I were messaging and we were both perplexed by what we were seeing from a homes. It was his I game with multiple interceptions since two thousand eighteen. It was only the second time all season bill that he had not thrown a passing touchdown through three quarters. Order's simply put. He did not look like Patrick Mahomes. He looked rattled and he looked rattled. Because four niners pass rush was absolutely mauling in the chiefs offensive line. What changed in the fourth quarter? Yeah I mean if I'm going through my play-by-play notes that I took as I was watching the game. There were so many times through he. Goes I three quarters where I mentioned just to myself that have a homeless pass was fluttering or look bad. Coming out of his hand he taken a bunch of big hits earlier in the game and really for most of this game achieve stood very little on offense. There was a big chunk of his game where the only thing they were really doing was checking down to Damian Williams and the homes was scrambling on the place where the niners pass Ashok which have been very effective warrant disciplined in their rush lanes. And I think but honest pass rush just got tired late in the fourth quarter. They had a track record during the regular season. When you look at the numbers of struggling in the fourth quarter with a lead of ten points or less during the regular season ranked second in? QBR allowed during the first three quarters of the game. There were twenty seventh in the same category during the fourth quarter and I mentioned that on Scott Van Pelt show on Tuesday last week and I kind of figured it might be an issue hugh but I mean this is obviously a dramatic example of the pass rush leading down that we've seen all year well until that final quarter as you mentioned the niners offense spoke better than the chiefs offense now. I think we would have expected them to have more success. Running the ball given how both offenses had looked so far in the postseason but outside of the one interception Jimmy Garoppolo was out playing. Patrick mahomes which. I don't think anyone saw coming right. At one point point. He was eleven twelve off of play action. Even after the interception bill. When you thought Shanahan might take the ball out of his hands he was actually throwing it pretty well? How did the defense turn things around and start stopping him? The fourth quarter the pass rush. The niners lost seem to somehow make their way to the chiefs chiefs. We Nick Bosa in my opinion was the best player in this game for about three and a half quarters and there were the final eight minutes Chris Jones owns was the best player in the game. Knocked down two passes including a crucial second down pass pressure Garoppolo. A bunch of times Garoppolo just crumbled when the chiefs got pressure on him in. This game had thirty yards two sacks and two interceptions on the eleven times. He was pressured and on the whole in the fourth quarter. Her Jimmy Garoppolo was three of eleven thirty six yards with a garbage time interception and a sack on fourth down. I mean I it's probably too simplistic it probably doesn't come down on a strictly these two plays but if you want to tell the story this game in two plays on third and fifteen when his team absolutely needed a big play. Patrick mahomes hit a forty four yard pass tyreek Hill and that turned the game.
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"We going to have to move more money from one end to the other stuff stuff like that. But I've I have yet. You know four years almost five years and I have yet to wake up saying I hate my fucking job so that makes me so happy to hear that you are a resilient bunch here in Kansas the city I absolutely have to say that I think is the theme of the day. I want you to just tell me you don't have to go into the Y.. But just what is what one food issue who is most pressing on your mind. These days Marisa for me as authenticity is the argument of authenticity. Drives me absolutely nuts. There's Salata perceptions of what especially with ethnic foods Mexican cuisine. There's a perception what that food should look like taste like in what it should cost. And it just drives me crazy up for X.. For example in Mexico I would say that every single state has a very very different Christine from the other I remember growing up and Sonoda then moving to Blah which is by Mexico City completely different type of food I would bring my little flour tortillas even then and my it would be my Pueblo. France would be an off like that thin and then I would tell them about Sonoran style tacos. Oh Yeah we have. We don't eat your little thin steak that Mexico City and Parola people eat like we'd like rib by you know like good steak and there were like. Yeah but we have moly okay. Well Yeah you win on the mall. We went on the steak Kinda thing and so I I think one of the things that it's just it's like what does a thin tissot really mean and we just need to be more open minded read about it really understand what takes the Labor where you're sourcing your product. There's a lot of different things that go. Go into account for me what I would like to really do this. Shift that paradigm of how people view specifically in the Mexican cuisine specifically cleaned United States with the current ratoric. So I think that there's a lot of cultural learning curves said I'd like to contribute and influence I I I watch Patty Jewish cut. I love her you know she. She's so sweet. PBS and she goes like she was is talking about you know a dish and seeing and she goes she and she flat out and midst. I had never seen it. I have never tasted in from Mexico. That's the thank thank people like us in Mexico. We do not have like you know like yeah you see the Kennedy Book Grape but every single casino so so regionally so different than even ourselves surprise ourselves oh how different it s and I would like to just explore it would be okay. Authenticity Meghan when give us one word. One sentence waste I struggle with the amount of people in our country. That can't eat particularly when we do events where there is so much excess for people paying so much money for the excess. I am in that business business but at the same time we recently at an event in Los Angeles last year and was a charity event for we'll Wolfgang puck and out of nowhere when we were setting up up the food. Bank arrived with boxes insulated boxes. I've never seen it before it. Charity Events and they drop them under everyone station and they said when you're done whatever's leftover goes in here and we take it to the food bank and I was like. Why can't Kansas City do this? Why doesn't every city do this when there's so much at the very least farmers market at East and the one that I'm in any way any extra product.
"kansas city" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"And Beth Barden of succotash. I would like you all to describe. Describe yourself in one word. Tell us what that word is and why I guess for me one way or the explorer. I looked growing up in Mexico. You get the shows like fifteen years later than everybody else and Jock Cousteau's if you're familiar with him you know his grave marine biologist and he was always on TV so alice obsessive. Being Jack Gustavo so I wanted to be an explorer pretty much. That's great. What's your your word? A hard one to figure out I would say committed. I've always finished a project if it doesn't have a list I'm a little. OCD about out doing it. But I've always wanted to make sure that the end results is what we have hopefully had talked about in the beginning. But I'm always committed to the project. The person the community whatever it is we're involved in. That's Great Beth. How about you? I would say adaptable. I mean I think I think that it kind of goes between adaptable and tenacious. And I think that for myself my path has it's been such a strange one and I never intended for the life that I have to be the one that I have and I'm also fully aware that your life can change in a matter. Her of seconds with the meeting of anyone or the turn of a coroner or a thought or a something that you listen to that changes everything and I think I think that if you're not stock in you're not ego driven and you're just present in your daily life. There's so much opportunity for everything everything to be so much better than you ever thought it could be in the same way that it could be so much worse and I think that the hi Lo is kind of the beautiful balance and and you have to be able to just kind of traverse it or you're sunk and if you can just figure out a way around it you're always going to be fine. It's nine at least that's what I tell myself. Chrissy might be a bad word but I kept on thinking about it. But it's scared 'cause I always think of the next step so if you're scared all the time you Kinda have to push yourself to not be scared all the time. I was a cubicle monkey for my first twenty years of my adult life and then I started the food truck with no food serving variance. So I think that fear kind of pushes me to kind of go outside the box which is an east coaster. I'm always in the box so oh to see things out of the box kind of pushes me. Do you know. Make other adventures in in my career in in my life. I think you need to hang out with Beth Moore and then scared won't be your word. I don't know back next year. And they ask you what your words Oregon. Okay so the next question is tell us about your company Organization restaurant and what you do for them and we'll start with you again. You can tell us about Tortilla Ria because it is on a major jour- trajectory right now. Yeah we're really good. We started two years ago. So Marissa. On the co-founder. No food background either. So you're okay. Hey I'm still in the tech world where you a cubicle monkey and have you ever called yourself that I have not call myself and said maybe cubicle cubicle entrepreneur because we used to trade you know like food and prank other people fake mouse and like prank people and stuff so so yeah it's okay. It's alright so we started two years ago and you know it's really interesting to hear. All the different stories here are search of food. Food was I was missing. My parents lost them. By the time I was twenty one and both of my parents got past and I Miss Mexico so much you know. My Dad was a lawyer but he loved to cook so a Chubby lawyer and I started cooking out of necessity like literally to try to you. Connect with my parents and s an adult. Now you know I was younger so it's like trying to go ahead and connect with them through food and with really weird so that's kind of how we started literally started at home and we're like. Oh maybe we could do this better if we get this type of equipment and then before we know it we had to your yet. I don't know how that happens but it happens and then you know. I'm a strategist by background. So we started building what the two year five year ten year plan. Go San San Right now. We're in two years so so we have stone. Ground Corn Tortillas all locally sourced midwestern corn and now our next one adventure is going to be stone and ground flour Tortillas Sonoran style and so we really have this vision of doing neighborhood deteriorate. There's not that many in Kansas City and we'd like to go ahead and make really approachable and that's where we are hopefully keep on growing but this is still your side hustle. This is still still my side hustle. Yes it's very accepting for how much longer we'll see very noncommittal Raza. Is it easy to find your product in Kansas City. Yeah and all local grocery stores hen houses on carry us. I'm always had the overland park farmers market every Saturday. Okay so you can find me there. That's pretty easy and we have you know I saw some restaurants will call us out that they're using our product so hopefully you can Z.. Is there too. I fully expect all of you to be supporting Marisa and.
"kansas city" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast
"Or training about how to use to hardware a digital literacy showing people what the world look like uh on the internet when they hadn't had a lot of experience connecting schools in school kids up digitally so that they would be able to compete with their more fluent schoolfriends etcetera so you know what it was like was it was a darn good partnership uh that achieved their goals and ours and also gave us the added benefit of being able to leverage that once in a lifetime unique opportunity into something about kansas city and use that to leverage further deals with it one thing that did happen it was kind of interesting we only had time warner cable of before a google and they had a reputation for really horrible customer service that changed to allow him there was competition prices started falling body started acting differently because now there is another competitor in house that's the only way to do it that was a good partnerships with them all the time and they step up to the plate when we ask companies often seek incentives from local governments in order to help with fringe since the costs of expansion or relocation when that happens how do you figure out what's right for your city in you know what's giving up too much um it's really a scoring system you know how many jobs what kind of jobs uh what kind of incentives are you bringing what kind of equity are you putting in uh you know the prospect of jobs drives a lot of things why because we always need them and we need different kinds of jobs a lot of people talk in terms of wellpaying jobs in high tech jobs you know there's a whole lot of people that a wellpaying job is any job all right so we lee different jobs at different levels to get people in so we do look at a lot of different things but we also.