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The Charlie Kirk Show
Are People Waking Up to the Injustice of J6? Cynthia Hughes Weighs In
"Cynthia, let me ask you, do you feel as if that more and more people are starting to care and wake up to the awful treatment and the injustice of these January 6th defendants? Are you feeling hopeful? I mean, you know, Charlie, you and I are both we're very faithful of people, right? So you have to, you have to have hope. And that's the only way through a crisis like this, right? Am I seeing a turn of the tide? I mean, I guess maybe a little bit, but not as much as I would like to at this at this point. You have a father's. During our break and I was watching you and one of your interviews, you know, and here you talk about a father being absent from the home. I mean, that's what we're seeing in a lot of these and a lot of these families now. You know, you're talking a young man. Let's talk about Jordan mink, who is still sitting in the D.C. jail over two years now, just went through, you know, just got took his plea deal. He's got a young son in her. And his fiance, she's a wonderful mother, and they have great support, but you still have a young boy, a very impressionable age, separated from his father. You're going to hear their story in the first installment of our docuseries. And you're going to see the pain in this family. You know, young boy who wants to be playing ball with his dad and going fishing. And fishing and doing things that, you know, young boys should be doing what their fathers, same thing with the Padilla family, you're going to see about them, and you're going to hear from his voice, you know, in the docuseries as well. You're talking three teenage boys separated from their father.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Cynthia Hughes Shares the Tragic Story of a J6 Defendant
"Talk about Jose Padilla. Jose Padilla has been in the D.C. jail since January of 2021 or maybe February 2021. He has three sons. His wife is now working two or three jobs, and the oldest boy is helping mom pay utility bills. I just got a call from the family recently, just a few days ago, one of their cars now has broken down. If patriot freedom project didn't exist, and we didn't tell these stories through the book due process denied, that is, how would these people be able to keep their heads above water? And Jose is not going to trial anytime soon. Right now it's set for May and it might get delayed again. He's been denied bond and they still haven't had a visit with each other. You're talking over two years that this man has been separated from his wife in history incredible sons. And he's not the only one in the D.C. jail that is still sitting in pre trial detention. So what is he what is he being charged with? You know, he is being charged with violent crime, but there's a lot of people Charlie that are being charged with a violent crime that did not commit violence to that guy. Yeah, I believe. For example, I'm sure you're familiar with the very large Trump sign that there was a ton of people standing underneath and they were walking underneath it and ray eps, the famous raps underneath that that's yeah, so lots of people have been charged with assaults, you know, assault with a weapon, deadly weapon for just touching that sign.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Cynthia Hughes on the Denial of Due Process for J6 Defendants
"It's a very disturbing pattern of facts that are emerging regarding the January 6th defendants. And someone who has dedicated her work really beautifully is Cynthia Hughes. She is the author of a new book due process denied the detained the family's the fallout and boy is this newsy given all the recent revelations that Tucker and Kevin McCarthy have made public and Cynthia joins us right now. Cynthia, welcome to the program. Hi, Charlie. Thank you for having me back. It's nice to see you. Nice to see you again. I also want to make sure everyone knows that the proceeds from the book and the docu series go to patriot freedom project and we'll talk more about that. So Cynthia, why don't you reintroduce yourself to our audience and the important work that you're doing? So my name is Cynthia Hughes. The founder of the patriot freedom project. I'm also a family member of a J 6 defendant who is currently serving his prison time here in New Jersey at fort Dix. He spent a lot of time in the D.C. gulag in solitary confinement. Denied due process on nonviolent charges. I think it's very important that we talk about that. Because a lot of people are still sitting in jail on nonviolently charges, people have been sentenced to lengthy prison terms on nonviolent charges. Like Julie and cater, some of the footage we saw last night on officer sicknick might have been helpful to Julian before he was forced into a very horrific plea deal and then eventually sentenced to 6 years in prison. Where he's already been bounced around from different prisons since a sentencing and it's really, really very sad. He's being sued by the government and, you know, I just lost my lighting. I'm sorry. And, you know, and these are things that we have to keep talking about. And until we, until we, and so we see all the footage, we're not going to, you know, we're not going to be able to make it forward of decisions and none of these trials should be continuing. And these people should be released.
How I Built This
"kelley" Discussed on How I Built This
"So he didn't need Lucy holding it for nurse football. A stand that you could kick it, but it wouldn't get in the way of the flight of the ball, right? So in the process of trying to design that, we came up with something better, which was a way to make the ball always spiral. And so really happens a lot in design where you think you're working on one thing. But the real innovation is adjacent to that and you pivot to the place where the real innovation is. And that's what happened. In this case, it has happened a hundred times. You know, now we had a football that you always throw a spiral, which is a hell of a bigger deal than a stand. So I'm wondering about something I've seen you describe the designers mindset as one that embraces empathy and optimism and iteration and creativity and ambiguity now. On this show and how I built this, we talk about the entrepreneur's mindset, because I think it applies to anybody, no matter what they're doing, whether they're starting a business or whether they work inside of a larger company, but the idea that you can be entrepreneurial at any stage, right? Whatever you do, is crucial, right? Because that's what generates ideas. Is design thinking based on your understanding of it and how you define it. Is that a framework that anybody can adopt? I think so. I think, you know, it's synonymous with being a good entrepreneur, you know, I have to say, I'm overly taken by this, but I really do think that it's just taking a human centered approach to innovation, works on all cases. I mean, think about failures and successes of entrepreneurs have a lot to do with did they really have a deep understanding of the user and of the business and of the technology? I mean, all those things require insight, a deeper understanding than the next guy, otherwise you don't have a product that's competitive. Yeah. How do you, I mean, you've said that you believe that everybody is creative. And I agree with you on that. The creativity isn't some magical thing that you were touched by the hand of the gods or whatever, that only some people have. I agree with you that everybody can access it, but how? How do you believe that people can access creativity? It's really interesting that the world has tried to put people in those categories ad agencies in particular have a creative group and an administrative group. Which I think is a disservice. And so what we tend to do, which we try to convince companies to do, that's the management
The Paul Finebaum Show
"kelley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah, yeah, one of those days. You liked them, they man. I appreciate you. These are thing, man. I feel like you're pretty solid on the fall 5 months. So what do you think? No, well, thanks, man. Uncle Lou, I appreciate you, buddy. I appreciate the compliments. I love hanging out with y'all. You know what I love hanging out with y'all? You don't have anything. Like, Paul finebaum listeners, do not approach anything with just a little bit of caution. You all go straight for it. Like, uncle Lou's going for today. He's having a good day. You know what? And I love that. I love that uncle lose calling him with a little positivity. I'm all in for that. I think it was tater, what's his name? It was just a little confused bubba in North Carolina bubble wants to react to tater. You know what? Everybody has one of those days, but you know, bubba, what's he got, man? Thanks for calling the Paul fine bomb show. We're going to keep trying for bubble. We're going to get by. I believe in everybody. I can't say bubba enough today. I feel pretty good about that. All right. Well, we'll give up on bubble for now. We'll try bubba again in a second. We'll see if we can work out a way to get bub on. Again, he wants to react to tater. I think tater might just be data versus just having one of those days. It happens to all of us. Everybody can have that moment. Tony and Athens though, Tony wants to chime in on the Paul fine bomb show, Tony, what you got, buddy. Thanks for hanging out with me. Hi, Jason, doing great job. Thank you. Thank you. I would just, I'm curious, this is off topic, but I really want to know about this. When psyche, when Oklahoma and Texas announced they would come to the SEC. Psyche was treated like a criminal by the other commissioners and the media. I hadn't heard anything warm doing this and they were in alliance with the oil. I mean, have I just missed it or are they giving them any trouble about it? And there's a little bit of trouble. But here's the biggest difference. And I think you're right, Tony, on everything you just said, because Greg sankey absolutely got destroyed by a ton of people, right? The one thing I would say Tony is that the difference here is West Coast football, right? Are there that many diehard PAC 12 fans that we hear from most of the time, you know? That's the part of this conversation that I think I'll give you guys this very real peak behind the curtain, okay? I had to a couple of years ago I had to do a feature for one of our shows. And I had to give the players to watch that weekend. And I don't even remember what player it was, but there was a player, a PAC 12 quarterback. And I just botched his name. I did. I botched his name. I think I combined his name with the quarterback from the year before. I don't remember what I had in my notes. I botched his name. I made a mistake. If you listen to me across ESPN, you know that reading has never been one of my strong sets. I botched his name. I didn't get a single tweet from anybody. Now usually, if I misspeak in the slightest way. If I barely mispronounce somebody's name. If I say anything about a Bama player that's not right on, oh my men she's. My men she's die. A miserable, awful death. If I say one thing that's wrong, right? I said the wrong name of a quarterback of a PAC 12 school and a feature they ran across all of ESPN and didn't get a single tweet about it. That's just tells you, like the PAC 12, it just means more, and that's what the SEC says. It doesn't mean that much should be the back 12 conference. That's our expression. I know y'all gonna hate on me. I'm just being real, again, I grew up in Vegas is a little kid. I grew up in mountain west territory, right? Like the West Coast just doesn't resonate with college football the same. So the reason sankey got destroyed is because it hits way harder with Texas. Then it will ever hit with California. That's just true. 855-242-7285. That's how you hang out with me. A couple more you guys want to get and we'll stack the lines again. 855-242-7285. It's your show. You take over the Paul fine bombshell next. I'm Jason Fitz hanging out for him on ESPN radio. Thank you for listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. The Paul fine bomb show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"kelley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Some of it is expected and some of it is quite shocking. So I think probably a lot of us and that's me included 20 years ago. We all had this notion that, hey, you know what, someday, the power 5s are probably going to break away and they're going to have like a like a super conference or a super NCAA and then we said that for like ten years and then okay, now it's 15 years and now here starting last summer, we're starting to see maybe some movement in that direction. I'm not so sure that I want to see college sports or college football specifically here for this conversation, get to an AFC NFC two super conferences like the NFL is set up, but we might be heading in that direction. It's hard to say, but clearly there's going to be a shift and maybe even a bigger divide between the haves and the have nots. And in some ways, I think that's a good thing. And others, it really kind of takes away some of the charm that we know and love about college athletics. So it's a wait and see to some extent, I think the SEC is going to be in good shape. I think obviously we're seeing the Big Ten make the moves they need to make. What will be left of the pack 12? And then certainly, can the big 12 and the ACC what happens to them? Do they get left on the edge here or do they are they swallow up one or the other to make it maybe I guess three mega conferences, there's so many things still out there that have to be determined and let's not forget as much as I want to be nostalgic and everything else. This is a business. It's the entertainment business and there is a dump truck full of money involved like a fleet of them. So everybody's going to get their get their seat at the table hopefully and it will be something that is good for the health of the sport in the long run. You guys can follow them on Twitter at Sean Kelly live. I'm telling you, obviously, it makes me sad that we won't hear as much of you on ESPN, although we will still hear you on ESPN radio as your schedule allows, but I am so happy for you and I'm happy frankly for Florida Gators fans because nobody does it better, my friend. Thanks for hanging out with me. Congratulations to you and yours. I hope the transition is everything you want it to be and I can not wait to listen to you kick ass over there. Well, I appreciate it. And look, I want you to know that every time that you're around me, you give me this unbelievable boost. You have that as a person and you bless so many people with your attitude and your encouragement inspiration. So look, anytime that I can get my myself a little Jason Fitz, I feel like I'm a better person or at least arm to be a better person in the long run. I appreciate it. That means the world, man. I appreciate you. Be well, and have a great rest of the little break. I hope the acclamation is perfect. Sean Kelly there. Thank you. Voice of the Florida Gators, telling you Florida fans. You didn't get a good one. You got a great one. There are just certain guys that know how to call it and know how to get you captivated on every single word. Sean Kelly is going to make a legacy at Florida that is going to be amazing to listen to every single week. At Sean Kelly live is how you follow him, but you'll hear him all summer. 855-242-7285. You guys are fired up. We'll let you take the show over 855-242-7285. It's not the Paul Feynman show coming up next. It is the Paul Feynman caller show. We'll let you take this whole thing over next. Paul find bomb show, Jason Fitz, filling in on ESPN radio. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Paul fine mom show on ESPN radio the ESPN app and SiriusXM channel 81. Jason Fitz filling in for Paul. 855-242-7285 is the number to get in on the fun, but you know that. So let's let you take over. 8 5 5 two four two 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5. A lot of conversation today about the SEC obviously about expansion about where we could be going about what everybody wants, what everybody doesn't want. We'll take a little of all of it. Antonio, in Miami, Antonio, thanks for calling the Paul fine bomb show. Thanks for hanging out with me, man. What you got? Wait, how you doing, Jason? You know, our brother, the morning listening to this expansion talk and all of these conferences, as a Miami fan, I really hope. And it's not that I want to go to the SEC or the big time, but just the fact that the ACC which we call it the all Carolina conference, because there are only interests, the only care they've ever had has been to the Carolina schools. And if anybody says otherwise, they're just wrong, because Miami in 2020 got screwed out of the ACC championship game because they were to go all in on another day while yeah, let's let an order name ends. Even though it'll play in the conference, let them play in the conference title and then they get screwed out of the alliance last year by being dumb and not voting in the expression because they were to stop the FCC and all this nonsense and look where they're right now. So you know what? I'm glad this is happening to the ACC because as a leadership business, they black leadership and that conference for a long time. They never had the vision. The ACC network forever to get going has done here in Miami, who didn't even get the ACC that was because most of everybody have contact to last year, almost two years after the network launched. I mean, it's just been completely honored crap from the leadership of that conference and I'm glad that it's happening. I hope that teams go everywhere. I hope Miami Clemson Florida state, North Carolina, Virginia tech, they decided to go elsewhere because this conference is a joke that never care for Miami. They've never cared about only carefully Carolina schools. And you know what? They're going to pay the price now. Let's go, baby. Antonio, I love your passion. I love everything you just said. There's only one thing you're wrong about, 'cause you're right. They've lacked leadership across the board. I think you could say that for every conference right now that's being poached. A lack of leadership, a lack of forward thinking. There is one area that the ACC has outdone everybody. Grant of rights. I think about it. The fact that the ACC has a contract that goes through 2036 that locks all these teams in, the only reason we are where we are right now in this conversation about the ACC is because their leadership was smart enough to come up with contracts. They're going to be virtually impossible to break. Think about that. You're right that the ACC has done everything wrong. But the ya butt on it is one big. Yeah, but because the one thing they got right is the one thing saving their butts right now. Uncle Lou and Alabama, uncle Lou, thanks for calling the Paul fine bomb show. Thanks for hanging out with me. What you got, buddy. I'm good. How you doing? Hi, man. Hey. You are the same way, baby. Hey, you did your thing today. Let me ask you this. Earlier, somebody called about calzada, but he said all of them right. Yeah, he's at auburn. I think that caller was just a little off. Have one of those days,
The Paul Finebaum Show
"kelley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I mean, that's a real question for these college football programs because what's going to assure any sort of schedule. That's the other part like SEC fans want to take, they want to big deal it trying to find a Disney way to say it. They want a big deal. SEC football over the Big Ten. And the Big Ten fans want a big deal at over the SEC. I hear all of that, right? But what standardizes it all? I mean, if we believe there's going to be two mega conferences and there'll be a championship game. What assures that those conferences scheduled the same? What assurance do you have that the Big Ten will then sit down and say, okay, well, this is how we're going to schedule. And the SEC will say, cool. What? Are they going to work together? Because the next time that college football conferences work together will be the first time that college football conferences work together. If they couldn't get it done in COVID, like in the middle of a global pandemic, when the entire sports world is crumbling. And we're all sitting in front of microphones saying, what do we got to do? What did college football do? They said, I'll look out for mine. You look out for years, get out of my way. And now you think in a mega conference world with a billions of dollars on the line, that everybody's going to kumbaya? They're all going to sit around the campfire and make a perfect s'more. Tougher to do than you think. Right? So if all of a sudden we're looking at it saying my God. You know what we need? We need the SEC in a mega conference. And the Big Ten in a mega conference to decide what the scheduling model is going to be. Really? You think they're going to do the same thing? Because I'm telling you, if it's all about money and that's what everybody keeps telling me, money, money, money, money, money. If it's all about money, then what makes you the most money? Feasting on the little guys to get the best record possible, ensuring that you get in the college football playoff and hoping you can win a national championship. That makes you the most money. So, why do you want Clemson? I don't think you do. Why do you want North Carolina? Well, North Carolina is a brand. Maybe the brand of North Carolina adds some value. Maybe. Plus, it helps you in basketball. Maybe you think basketball is this cute side sport. I had no disrespect to basketball. College basketball I cover also, right? But the world told you what they thought a college basketball rivalries when Maryland went from the ACC to the big tent. When Maryland said they no longer cared about Maryland duke, a rivalry. I grew up watching. And instead they're suddenly going to play in the Big Ten. That's when you knew everything you needed to know about the importance of college basketball. So duke and North Carolina are really fun conversation for the purpose of brand. But they don't mean anything to the bottom line of a mega conference. Now you're looking around saying, okay, there's really only two brands left. I mean, tell me if I'm missing somebody. But like Notre-Dame, not her name is worth sending the bagman to. Hey, what do we got to do? Oregon, we're sending the magma to. What do we got to do? The rest of them? I don't know. And if I'm college football, if I'm these mega conferences, I'm not worried about what anybody else is doing. I'm worried about one thing. What gets me the most playoff spots possible? Because the most playoff spots gives me the best chance at a national championship and national championships, make me money. That's the wild part of this. The wild part of this all is that money is a factor that includes cooperation. And I don't know if you can cooperate at this level with this much cash. Y'all tell me if I'm wrong. And maybe you want it. Maybe you want the biggest baddest conference. Maybe you're so worried about the house being built in the Midwest that you want the bigger house in the south. And vice versa. Maybe that's what you want. 8 5 5 two four two poll, 855-242-7285. That's how you get in on the conversation. But I for one look around saying, man, if I'm the SEC, at this point, I closed the gates and worry about myself. I shut everybody else out, and I build myself the best model I possibly gain, that keeps me happy and keeps those cash coffers full. That seems like all anybody cares about. In the meantime, two other conferences may be merging. The question is, will it mean anything to this entire conversation? We'll break it down next. Paul Feynman, so Jason Pittsburgh and for Paul, on ESPN radio. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Not gonna lie this song makes me really want to go for it. I'm getting yoked y'all. I've been doing boxing workouts, beach potty. Did some uppercut work today? We're gonna my hip flexibility. Now I'm just making you uncomfortable. It's a Paul fine mom show on ESPN radio, SiriusXM channel 80. One, you know where to find us. I'm Jason Fitz, filling in for Paul. Look, I can work out all year and we all still know Paul could kick my ass. That's just part of what Paul is one of those guys like the most interesting man in the world. He's just walks in and has a presence. I'm just saying he does. And that's why you guys love hanging out with them. That's why I love calling him a friend. 855-242-7285. I'm not sure he calls me a friend back, but that's a story for another time. 855-242-7285 is how you get in on the conversation. We'll get to a little pack 12 big 12, but I love you guys calling in will in South Carolina calling the show, man. What you got. Thanks for calling the Paul fine, bob show. Thank you. Don't feel bad about it and call your friend. He doesn't call him any Clemson goes for you. Well, you know, if I could convince him one time, it'll be worth it. That's all I need. I was with that and it seems like a lot of people have been talking about Clinton going to do. What's going to happen today is you see an update that the big band just added a power punch getting the two big California schools. The SEC is going to respond. And I think they're going to, when you look at it, are we at in talent? Are we adding cannon fodder? You're going to add cribs and then you're going to add either Florida state or Miami or maybe North Carolina because of what you do then is you add guarantees to cliffs has done as much as not Alabama, but is anybody else? And then Florida state or Miami, they may produce and be another big bread winner or they may just be cannon fodder for the rest of the conference. Either way, at the win win. Yeah, I don't disagree with that, will. And next to the call, man. I think you're right to a certain extent. Look, if I was, if I was Greg sankey, and I ran the SEC, I got no problem. Looking across the board and saying, look, if I got to take some teams, I don't want because people keep talking about the grant of rights. My understanding and for anyone that doesn't know a grant of rights are. There's a contract with the ACC for every school in the ACC that says, if you leave the ACC, you will give up all media money you make until 2036. That's a very, very long time where every one of these schools will be making no money. Now, some legal experts I've talked to in the last 48 hours believe that could be challenged in court. It can be very lengthy. It can be very expensive. But for my understanding, if 8 teams were to leave the ACC, then that would provide the opportunity to make the grant a rights null and void. The question is, would you take 8 on? Well, if I'm the SEC, hell yeah, I'll take 8 teams from the ACC. And if I got to take 8 teams to get the teams that I want, it's not hard to come up with a list of 8 teams that have some value to you, right? We're only thinking about football because that's the way that we always live. But especially when you factor in basketball, which I know that wasn't kind to a few minutes ago. But you want to tell me that there isn't value when you include that look, look, if you take Clemson, that's one. If you take Florida state, that's two. You take Miami. That's three. You want duke in North Carolina, all right? That gives you the 5 right there. Before you've even had to blink, you're at 5. You take Louisville, that gets you 6 because that gives you a rivalry with Kentucky. Now all you got to do, you take NC state because it gives you the rivalry with Clemson. That's 7. I found 7 and I didn't even have to really think about it. And you take Georgia Tech because it gives you a rivalry with Georgia. I got 8 teams there. Now I can break up the granite rights.
The Doug Collins Podcast
What Have We Done to Our Military? With Kelley Vlahos
"I'm concerned that the use of the guard, the use of the reserves and even our active as well. We're setting ourselves up for about 5 to ten years from now. I don't think that the VA we're even close to where the bigger problems are going to come. They're about 5 to ten years away. How do we make that more prevalent to people when like I said, that quote a statistic we call it early? One half of 1% have served overseas in these last 20 years. I don't know how to make it more prevalent to people. I have been working on that for my entire career. And I've said this probably too many times, but one of the reasons why I've written and I feel so passionate about veterans issues is because like you, I grew up in the wake of the Vietnam War, and during the 80s, there was the first PTSD diagnoses, like the official diagnoses of PTSD was because of returning veterans from that war were coming home with all sorts of mental health issues. And there was there was no support system for them. And that was all built up because of them. But it was a major issue and I think the standing idea at that time was never again, or never forget. You know, the MIA POW flag never forget, yeah. That meant for the POWs in the MIAs were left behind, but I think broadened out. It meant we're not going to forget our veterans ever again, and what's really discussed at me in this particular war is that a they weren't prepared for the influx of veterans coming home with myriad injuries, whether it be brain traumatic brain injury or PTSD or different limbs, loss, amputations, all of these members, all of these service members who would have died on the field in Vietnam were kept alive because of our superior medical advancements, but that means tends a lifetime of costs of struggle for those particular individuals and their families and we weren't prepared for
The Doug Collins Podcast
Quincy Institute's Kelley Vlahos on the State of the US Military
"So Kelly, let's just as we jump into this and sort of your background, especially with the Ukraine sort of looming over us here. Just as your perspective, where do you see the American military right now? I mean, I see the American military as in a and I hate to use this because it's such a Washington term at an inflection point. I think after the Afghanistan withdrawal, you had a lot of veterans and rank and file military questioning, the war policy of the last 20 years. How did we get to the point where we spent all of these resources, all of these lives to get back to square one and leave the Taliban in control. And to blame it just on Biden's withdrawal or Trump's deal with the Taliban. It's not fair, and it's not reality. The reality is that the policy was bad in the first place. And you had members of the military as well as the American public, listening to their generals, listening to their politicians, talk about how victory was always right around the corner and that if we only did X, Y, and Z and put tens of thousands of more troops in year after year that we would prevail. And they saw that all go up in smoke during that Afghanistan withdrawal. And I think between that, the over politicization of our generals and just the global war on terror, the outcomes not meeting what we had been promised as a country all combined for some real soul searching. And what our military is for, who were fighting for the Washington policies that we believed in the institutions that we believed in. So I think that the military is suffering just like every other institution in this country. They're suffering from a lack of trust from the American people, and frankly, in many ways, I think they
Sex With Emily
"kelley" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"The feminine, right? So we are like, so what do you tell women? We all come home from here, we're like in it, but how do you work with men? I love men. I like worship men. And that's how I work with men. They know I worship them. And they will do anything for me. They do. Anything. My husband is on a new TV show called the doctor, he was on west wing. He didn't do it alone. Doll I'm gonna say. Right? He didn't. Okay, I loved him there. But you knew how to write, you knew how to, what he needed, worship. He worships you, you honor him. Yeah, I have 5 rules to the most epic relationship in the world. Number one, you do you. And then shut the fuck up about it. Can I swear? Yeah, fuck yeah. Number two. Stop bugging him. Stop trying to turn him into a girlfriend. Worship the magnificent stallion he is. And he will become more of a magnificent stallion. Number three is choose him. Stop looking over his shoulder for the next guy that you think might fit better. Number four is the 40% rule. You're only ever going to get at most 40% of your needs met by him. Seriously, come to me for the day. I'll come to your girlfriends. Come to your tribe. That's the way it used to work. Come to your tribe for the other 60% or 70, or even 80%. Richard really fills up maybe 20% of my needs. And that's okay. I love that. This is amazing because I think we all try. We wanted to be our everything, right? Our best friend, we wanted him to go shopping with us, help us with our problems, pay the rent, change a lightbulb, the whole thing, and we're like, what? Just do a few of those things. It's okay. So it's almost like these changes can happen instantly. Instantly. Letting go of all these expectations that we have that are kind of never going to get met. Kill them. Expectations to me is just another way to spell disappointment. It's true. This is real. Go. 5. King him. You want to be a queen, you better fucking king him. That's all. How do you kill him? You were saying earlier you text you king. How do you king? How do you king? Worship. And you get back. I wake up every day. And instead of going, what do I need? I go, what could I do to make him happy today? How could I make him love me more? How could I turn him on more? How could I elevate him? How could I make him feel like the fucking king? And the reason why that is so such an evolved way of thinking about it is if you go back to the 50s or something you'd be thinking, well, you sound like a stay at home housewive. How can I serve him? Should I make him dinner? We're not talking about we're talking about the energy. We're talking about your serving him and you get it right back and he's serving you. That's right. And what I love about this also is that what you do is it's not about words. No, it's not. It's about being in your body and feeling it and bringing that energy, which here's the other thing I want to thank you for is that we did an exercise earlier, the bliss meter. Would you guys think of the bliss when you had to write down all the things that make you happy? I love this exercise. And then you have to put how many hours a week you spend actually doing those things. We're all free agents, right? Like you think I should probably spend a lot of time. Having sex, for example, are breathing or walking or smelling flowers. And then you're like, like, last year, so I have to so it was amazing and then you do the formula and it's like this wow, I'm spending because I thought you sleep how many hours a night, 7 hours it was like that sees a 120 hours a week and then you divide that by the hours that I'm blissful in a week. And last year, I was like 7% bliss. It was not a good day. Not a good number. But this year I was up. I was like 28% less. So high 5 to you. That's huge. And you know, Emily, that's actually, I want to kind of tell, I want to speak that because I don't people need to know that this is an incremental journey and you earn your way into full ownership full blissful, which I call the magical body in the magical life. And if you just think, oh, I can come for a week and I can listen to Emily once or twice and I'll be better. No, it's a journey. No, no, it's a journey. And it's a journey of self investment and in development and growth and it's so incredibly worth it. We go to college, we think we're done. I'm done growing. I'm done learning. I'm gonna go get a job now. And then you slowly just go, oh, fuck, what did I do? There's the ground explode. I'm hitting, you know, it's a crash. You never done. Transform me. Yeah, and so it's really important to constantly consciously cultivate a magical body with a magical mind. Why do you think it's so hard for women to experience their bliss and just to do some of these things that are just we don't take the time for ourselves? We don't do any of these things. What do you hear to be the caretakers? Because we're we don't think we deserve it. I think it's honestly, I think it's many women don't think.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Julie Kelly Describes How Trump Supporters Are Being Turned Into Convicted Felons
"Kelley welcome to america. First one on one. Thank you for having me. One an intro. So i know the invoice in the mail. So what did you talk about. Yes there was a topic of your panel. Just a little snippet so the subject that i've been covering for the last several months as you know we've talked about is january six out of laughed and the biden regime the media weaponising it against not just the people who were there that day but everyone on the right by extension almost seventy five million trump voters and so How that investigation is accelerating and how it is ensnared now over six hundred americans and they have been even more. Recent arrests have not every week. There are new arrests so with the justice department. Continues this what. I call terror crusade. We could we probably jihad against maga. It is it is. I mean this is what you see. So that the panel discussion yesterday was vaccine mandates and then january six. You could see the convergence relation vaccine mandates The the hunt for the quote unquote insurrectionists criminalising conservatives is it not criminalizing conservatives and criminalizing dissent so that is really what they're doing now the vaccine mandates mandates et cetera. Et one thing But what they're really doing with the january sixth investigation Prosecuting people for trespassing adding felony charges. Keeping now about sixty people behind bars denied bail under pretrial detention dot by. Let's stop here. Sixty people who is any one of them charged with insurrectional revolution. Yeah so what are they challenged with. Julie mostly trespassing civil disorder conspiracy a felony charge. That's very common is obstruction of official proceeding. Which more the two hundred people face. That charges never been applied to a political protests. Ever and never was. It's a two thousand two statute that was posted. Enron that would stop people from interfering in congressional inquiries. It was never intended for people who walked in the capital when they were certifying electoral college. But this is the way that they are turning trump supporters in to convicted
Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"kelley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Opponent and now we're happy. Thank you one me. Well preferred providence schools. Become a flashpoint for students parents and teachers so fortunate that ryan kelley are musical maestro. My technical producer extraordinaire has some expertise along these lines because many of us are just totally confounded if not outright confused and somewhat intimidated by even having the conversation will ryan minored in gender studies at unc. Help us ryan. I'm here to help. We perceive that all right. So let's start with why. This is such a contentious.
Creative Confidence Podcast
"kelley" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast
"The future. That doesn't yet exist y'all I think the internal story was always important. And i think it's got a whole lot more important because people care so much now about purpose and you know they're they will vote with their feet. You know if they don't feel like you you know you're doing something more than making a profit today right and it starts internal stories out. Go back a long way. But you know when When starbucks i started right and they were kind of ramping. They were just in seattle for a while but as they rammed up the made this unbelievably good internal video for their employees about the third place. And about you know. Like home is hectic. Work is hectic but in the music changes right. There's this third place where you can spend time with your friends and and you know regardless of what you might think of starbucks. Today i bet some of you have your own favorite boutique coffee that you drink. It is the world's largest coffee shop right and they've done really really well with that story but this video and it's not i've i've searched for an online doesn't seem to be available anywhere but it made me wanna work at starbucks. You know. I honestly it made you as a starbucks employee. Think you're you're giving a gift to humanity like you're giving them relaxation and time at their friends and of these things. And i have to say i completely believe that some people might have been skeptical. I worked one hundred percent for me as an internal story. Yes that's wonderful. So you've shared tips round four specific moments. Anything else like. What are some of your favorites mindsets or tools on the craft storytelling like what. What is it that that you advise everyone to practice a really focus on if you want to be a better storyteller or more tell more impactful stories lucchese now. A hundred things come to mind. I i don't even know where to start. But so i just acknowledging that storytelling is itself a craft separate from other things you know this is not about being smart. This is not about. This is about spending time and effort on your ability to tell stories. I believe in the so much that i personally hired a speaking coach and have worked with them. The last twenty years. And i know that option not available to most people i would i would start by. I've written a lot about storytelling. But let me just say made to stick better the better than my stuff. Read that book and then just committing to presenting your message in the form of a story like if you're in a competitive situation like say internal to accompany and and like five people are gonna pitch and then one one person's going to get budget to go forward with their idea. Everybody else shows up a powerpoint you are you know whatever a standard presentation and you show up with a story and you say. Let me tell you. A story about a customer of ours named rebecca in london. And let me tell you what happened to rebecca right so i already leaned in like even as you did that. I saw shifted so and so at the end of a bunch of presentations. People can't remember the data points. Everybody remembers rep a story. Everybody right and by heiko leaning in so storytelling there's many venues for storing telling and so keeping my head i've i've worked for twenty years with a coach and so one of the things Richard butterfield taught me long time ago. Is you've got something that you really wanna get across. He says it's really important. He said you know you're standing on stage. He said with sparate. Because when when you when you in has to be a stage whisper so that they can actually hear you but everyone's thinking oh this is the good stuff you know like the the it adds important to the message. If you do that the other thing you can do and you can well the whispering. You can do that once in the whole presentation the other thing you can do. And it shouldn't even do this once in every presentation but you can say if you don't remember anything else i said today. Just remember this right. And that's where in your in your pitch deck that's where you feed them the thing that you want them to repeat to others right but the to be careful not to overuse that one but so yes locks i believe in storytelling as craft. And i think it's worth practicing. It's i think it's worth your time and attention because as you go through life and it's not even just in the business world that storytelling can help your your message across in a different way. Yeah the last question tom. Give give you a moment to thank in What advice do Have starting out in their career. Or what advice would you have given your younger self. But i i just want to also say thank you for joining us. We've been talking with tom. Kelly on storytelling for entrepreneurs. You'd like to learn more about additional skills related to entrepreneurship. I'd love for you to check out our online course designing a business idea you. You'll learn how to make business desirable for customers financially. Valuable infeasible to deliver in the world. You find out more at idea you dot com slash business design and with that. I want to go back to you. Tom on final words. What advice would you give your younger self. Sure i think i would say this to my seventeen year old self but especially say to my ipad idea self And it's just two words. Which is bernard brown. I imagine some of your listeners. Know who brown. I saw her. Give a tedtalk. And she's got a few books. I went. I started the beginning with a book called the gift of imperfection and She is so good for you. Know i was so hard on myself and like my own worst critic and you you just think i screwed that up today and i don't know about you but i i find i'm good during the day and then late at night as i put my head on the pillow or in the middle of the night. When i'm like that's when all the doubts come in and so burnett among many other things in that first book Gift of imperfection she talks about. You lay your head down on the pillow at night and instead of going all the all the stupid things you do that day. Just say to yourself yes. I'm imperfect and vulnerable. And i'm sometimes afraid but that doesn't change the fact that i'm also brave and worthy of love and belonging and so that message for myself that time i come into this firmer. Everybody's super creative. And i come from a background and stuff like that that just that message that yes you are and yeah. You're not perfect in. You'll be crazy to try to be perfect but The the in spite of your imperfections. You're you're worthy of love and belonging. In if i could have just told myself at convinced myself of that in the early days of idaho well it would have taken a lot of stress away and probably had me enjoy more pieces of the workday. Great message it's been such a joy you Have you here today. Tom thank you so much. Sure my pleasure. Thanks so much for joining us. If you like what you're hearing here you can find so much more by subscribing to the creative confidence. Podcast on apple podcasts. Or wherever else you like to listen where excited to keep fueling your creativity..
Creative Confidence Podcast
"kelley" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast
"People the people who will be benefiting from the yes and this is the thing the humbling gang about working in human centered. Design is usually. Don't know right so in this case on a project in tokyo. We didn't have any ninety-year-old designers as some of our listeners. May know we did have a wonderful ninety-year-old designer barbarian and barbara said to me. Come you've got so many smart creative people but she's on this on being old says i'm a subject matter expert right and so when you don't have to have the subject matter expert. Gift to tap into people lived experience and tap into their knowledge. And then add your knowledge in this case design and he come up with solutions that work. Yeah thank you for sharing. That bribery would say he's ninety year olds on most days except the days that she's in radio she's twenty years younger yes to me. She came always came on thursdays. And she said tom. I live for thursday's so let's focus in on storytelling. Look everyone just got a taste of it. This is something you've always been passionate about. Let's talk about it in the role of entrepreneurship. And i'm gonna start with an activity that i'm gonna ask you to do. Tom and i'm going to ask everyone who's listening to also do it. Set elevator pitch. It's that short concise communication of your business or the story that you're trying to engage people around. So here's i want everyone to do. I want everyone think of a company. You're familiar with could be your own company or an organization to work with tom. I would like you to pick a company from your defer. V portfolio companies. You've worked with now. I want you to explain. What's remarkable about that company in fifteen seconds. Think as if you were trying to get an investor on board or you're trying to you know introduce why this might be valuable to society but let let's go to you. Tom sure i have a company in mind. But let me just say when you're because the elevator pitch is so succinct. You have to let go of almost everything and just say the the bare essentials you have to think about who your who your audiences and so if i think of the company i have in mind. It's easiest for me to pitch this company to a to an american investment community. And and so. Let me just say if you're listening in from new zealand or australia or you know somewhere of far away from the us. This won't necessarily work as well for you. But if i was. If i was pitching to you individually. I would probably say it in a different way. So and the company i i have in mind his air closet and the most think description i can say is that air closet is a personalized fashion subscription service for busy women that combines the best of stitch fix and rent the runway enabling customers to wear the clothes before they buy them so that they can explore and experiment with new styles. So one thing. I noticed you did there. And we're gonna talk more about tips. Is you acknowledged the context you you context really matters till story. It sounds like you have. The story is a lot of the stories about the listener writing. And so you know. I see speakers all world Americans use a baseball metaphor. Or you know. American football example and like. That's the wrong story for that listener. Right and so yes you should be always thinking of of that. What about this person. Even if you just met them what about this person might resonate you know About their life. Experience might cause a different version of the story to resume. Oh those versions have to be true by the way but you can adapt it because in the in the elevator pitch. You're throwing away ninety nine point nine percent of what you know about the company so in that point one percent. You're picking up that fits for for this listener. That will make them resonate. Love it before we go into more detail tips. I wanna just broaden out and let's talk about the role of storytelling in general like. This is one of those skills that that doesn't often get a lot of emphasis in like an mba program or or in business. Business tends to be more data and analytics and this this very human skill of storytelling is not always the one that people focus on so Why is this important especially for entrepreneurs or just in general. I mean it's important for everybody in one one way to explain why i think it's so important is if go back to the early days of idaho. We did not think it was important. When i joined idea was all engineers and that teams very bright very creative team but we really thought the data should speak for itself. The work should speak for itself. If you do something really wonderful. If that person is smart they should understand it and link it all you know all goes forward and no. It's actually the opposite is true. It took us a while to realize this. The data the message. That the thing that you care so much about does not speak for itself. You've got to be thinking about how to wrap your data your message in the right story and the right story then combined with the data and you have to have real data right we. In the early days we thought there was data and there were stories and stories. Were only engaged when you had no data. That's sometimes called bull right but it's when you do have good data and the story brings it to life. That's that's where storytelling becomes really important and an idea. One of the things we've discovered is you can blend storytelling with behavioral economics. Social science of of social change. And that's what the the behavioral economists call choice architecture. You can guide your listener towards making the right choice and by that i mean the right choice for them but it can also be the right choice for you love it. I'm sure there's that could be an entire depth of wonderful content. But so tom why is storytelling so important for entrepreneurs. Tell me more about why. That's sure well here is like i said about either. In the early days in japan we had no brand right if you have no brand yet in the in the listeners is then you have to. You have to create the brand in their mind and we sometimes call it painting a picture of the future with your idea in it right and so if say five years ago google had said well. We decided we're gonna go into the satellite business. We're going have a new way of you. Know of satellites in space communicating with ground stations on earth. You'd say That sounds hard. But you're google like you're probably going to succeed aren't you. I didn't in that. I mean when you honestly wouldn't you invest in that of google let you right. And so that's because they have this amazing global brand right yeah it's not a theoretical case. One of our founders of deformity of company called info stellar. She started a new company. That has that is about communication between satellites and ground stations. It's called ground station as a service right. Where instead of doing year long contracts ground station you just pay by the by the second or by the minute but nobody ever heard of interstellar yes so so now the founder of in facility. She had to tell stories. She had to get people to believe that they should invest in her that they should Become our customer. So that's why it's so important for startups is you've got nothing but your data with the with the story wrapped around dory at so. Let's go a little more specific there tom. So for example there's four moments. I've heard you speak about that is especially important for entrepreneurs to have four types of stories one. The elevator pitch will. We'll just we've already talked a little bit about that. The origin story The pitch deck moments and an internal story whereas around motivating and engaging others. Let's take these one at a time. Let's let's talk about the elevator pitch so again. This is the quick story of what your company does and why investor should be investment or a consumer can be a variety stakeholders should be Interested in these be verbal. Only important thing here what are your. What are your top.
Creative Confidence Podcast
"kelley" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast
"We really thought that data should speak for itself and it's actually the opposite is true. It took us a while to realize this. The data the message. The thing that you care so much about does not speak for itself. You got to be thinking about how to wrap your data your message in the right story. Welcome the idaho. You creative confidence podcasts. As theories focused on building your confidence at work. Tackle your biggest creative challenges. Join us as we learn insights and lessons straight from ideo and today's must impact oriented design thinking leaders. Hi everyone welcome to another episode of the creative confidence podcast. I'm kalita stafford. And i'm real to tom kelly today. Hi tom heiko happy to be here. So we're going to discuss. Storytelling for entrepreneurs are yesterday is an ideal partner the bestselling author of treated confidence the art of innovation the ten faces of innovation and his one half of the kelly brothers. David kelly is brother tom. We're delighted to have you here today. The top years san francisco but quite often. You're actually in tokyo. Japan leading work in ventures. We're gonna talk about that. But what's your connection to japan. And maybe what's a favorite early memory of working in japan. Sure i have many many connections to japan. I started visiting japan even before i joined idaho. And it's just a place that i i love for a bunch of reasons and perhaps not coincidentally I met a japanese woman in australian bus stop a long time ago and and married her. So many family connections and business connections to japan. But if i go back to the earliest days of being there with audio of one of the memories is ideal has a pretty good global brand now but back then no one in japan heard of us right. We had a successful business in the us and europe so we went over and we didn't have an office there yet and so although our budget's kind of tight for those trips we stayed in the nicest hotels in tokyo because it gave kind of legitimacy it made us seem real and so all we had was you know our personal presence and the stories we could tell and so we just tried to engage a both the business people and the media community in the stories that we had and it turned out to be really wonderful. I traveled with bill. Margaret's one of my favorite people ever just a prince of a guy one of the cofounders vital and bill and i made friends with so many people including As i said the japanese publications and so what happened was they liked our stories and then they started telling our stories themselves so when when we opened our office in tokyo we already had a brand so the the community was there to welcome us and that was really the power storytelling the goddess to that. Point what an app story to start today. All you have sometimes is your story and so this has been one of your craft for many many years. We're gonna talk about it. I'm really excited so today we are gonna talk about storytelling specifically in entrepreneurship. We're gonna dive into lessons in some of the things. You've learned in supporting founders. In japan types of stories all entrepreneurs should be ready to tell and some tips for each also just some tactical tips for storytelling. So let's start with this idea this company that you started that you founded. I understand in japan. It's called d. Four v which stands for designed for ventures and. I understand some early stage. Venture capital firm that invests disruptive consumer and enterprise technology startups using ideas approach to help make these companies successful especially around the the topics of design will talk about storytelling and understand deeper v. has funded forty nine startups in japan. So far this is so exciting. So can you tell me you tell me. About one of the companies you funded and what is the role of human centered design in that shirl so loxton lots of companies all very cool super Diverse just all kinds of kinds of industries. But if you just ask to pick one. The first one that pops to mind is called. Ub it's spelled with a you and there. It's really digital transformation of healthcare in japan and so the aspect of that that they're working on is the the communication between the patient and the and the doctors in a hospital setting and so they've tried to digitize parts of this interaction to reduce the effort on the hospital staff and the docs in japan. This is not just an efficiency. Play this addresses the issue. They have which is a huge labor shortage especially shortage of doctors nurses in japan. So one of the things that happen. Ub system is when you come into the hospital instead of the telling the doctor all of your symptoms while they sit and wait for you to tell you. Get a a tablet and you go through all the symptoms. You're having and things like that. It uses a little. Ai to actually help the dock a little along the way and so. It's one of those things where you look at and say. Oh this is great right. Well this is great until you hand that tablet to older adults and it's like Wait how does this work. No and so. What was happening was among the older adults trying to use the system. They're like This is too hard and then they give it back to the receptionist and then you start the business thing that's supposed to deliver efficiency and good. Communication is actually getting in the way right one. The great things about defer v is our portfolio companies. Like you get to work with ideo. Tokyo at at no cost to them right and so tokyo engages and said okay. This is a design challenge. If we've got older adults who can't understand this. Let's prototype some alternatives right and it's difficult to do stuff in a hospital setting in japan so our team actually went into a park where older people were sitting around just enjoying a sunny day In tokyo and they said hey. Would you mind talking to us about this. You know the president and they're very happy to talk like sure. Sure what do you. What do you got there. And so we show them. These designs came like no. I don't get it no and then we can than the one in in this older woman says. Oh this is easy. Says this is just like the car. Okay machine that. I use at you know at my local place right. So that's where with and so we call it the car okay interface. And it's super easy for these older japanese adults. And so it it took away that whole bottleneck and now the the process goes through. So it's just a great having empathy thinking about this specific group of users. Yeah and finding design solutions and not presuming. You know what the solution bitty would be but putting it in the hands.
AP News Radio
R. Kelly Trial Underway In Brooklyn, NY Federal Court
"The first witness in singer R. Kelly's racketeering trial is expected to continue to testify Thursday in New York I marches are a letter with the latest your other pieces she was sixteen and a member of R. Kelly's fan club when he invited her to his mansion in twenty ten in order to take off her clothes she says he told her to lie about her age their relationship continued for six months with Kelly getting more controlling she says when she broke what were called rob's rules he slapped her and choked her until she passed out Kelley's lawyer Nicole blank Becker said in opening statements the alleged victims were fans who knew what they were getting into and juror should not assume everyone is telling the truth
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Gallo’s 1st Homer in Pinstripes Gives Yanks 5–3 Win Over M’s
"Joey Gallo hits a three run Homer in the bottom of the seventh to lift the Yankees past the mariners five to three doubles first Homer in pinstripes couldn't have come at a better time on Thursday night with the game tied at two heading to the seventh Jared Kelley gave Seattle a brief one run lead with a solo shot his fifth of the season mariners reliever Paul Sewald came on to start the bottom of the seventh and retired the first two batters before giving up back to back singles which set the stage for gallows aerobics it was just such a big at bat and a big moment and you know I could you could feel that that that could be a game changing I'm at bat and I was it I was happy that I was able to come through and help the team win the yanks win their third straight and sixth in their last seven to pull within five and a half of the AL east leading raise I'm Danny cap
The Paul Finebaum Show
"kelley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I thought it was a lot less. So i kill people. People criticize me for taking his calls. But i don't know about you augie. But i always feel better about myself. Oh feel better about the state of louisiana take call. Why didn't want i'd. I'd i refuse to let you disparage the state of alabama simply because christopher lives in the state. Well this is the best thing. I think about texas joining because i think texas join the bandwagon of disparaging alabama. But you know. What about all matt match. Cocky about is Matt must've forgotten the last time these two met. Well matt is like the. Sec is my house. you're the visitor in you. Have to sit back and wait to be served. So i love old matt's attitude. But the real reason while i talk to you since last week all of those interviews and i know you did one with the commissioner and there was one before how did you assess his demeanor doing those interviews. Krisher sankey sankey. Yeah interesting He was very solemn. Exact word us it was like he was at a funeral and this is my take. I think he pulled off. A great coup He knows it he knows the world knows it. Texas and oklahoma did seek us out. But let's face it. There was not a lot of hesitation or barriers put in their way in if there were. I would fault the commissioner for that but he lives in a different world than the rest of us as evidenced by the washington state president in. He has to take that course of sort of being Almost apologetic solemn not wanting to stir any feathers. But you know in the background. He's popping the champagne certain category your lawyer. So there's probably it's never happened to you but you know sometimes you're in a position where we're something very good happens to you but you also know that people around you are not affected in the same way so you don't want to act like a frat boy on on on graduation night so you i'll tell you a funny story It happened once. I i don't play golf anymore but i used to play. I was playing with this elderly gentleman who happened to be the founder of the course that i was playing at and he's he's very well known in fact. This story was told his funeral which was attended by about two thousand people. But we're we're on the fifth hole and he is not only a great golfer. I mean he belongs to every club in in america including augusta national. And i'm a complete hacker. Okay so i yeah. I pull out a seven iron. The ball flies. My wife is at the women. The women's tea and i'm i'm back here with him and and his caddy. I'm carrying my bag. Just shows you the disparity between and guess what the ball takes bouncing goes right in the whole now. My wife is screaming. The caddy is jumping up in the air. But you know what. I'm doing being very close to policy. In fact i was watching the ball and i looked over. And mr so-and-so didn't say congratulations. He handed me my tea which i had failed to pick up and it was i. It should have been the highlight of my golfing career which frankly would have been the only thing that ever happened. Well but instead. I was forced to be sober about it. And i think that's where greg. I'm not trying to compare my my golfing attributes to landing oklahoma and texas. But sometimes you just have to play. Play that card. And in san keys case Yeah i do. I think the champagne came out. I think it came out in buckets. But he didn't want anybody else to know he's happy. I think he tried so hard not to be happy. It basically gave the impression but I think it's funny because it is it. I'm sure if you were at another school especially in the pac ten or twelve or wherever. They call themselves these days. You do see the sec. As a corporate raider during around ray pillaging and burning down villages. And let's face it. If the shoe was under the other foot. Do you think they would turn them. So so. greg sankey is now the carl icon of the modern era. We're up against the break. More to come more of your phone calls. No more golf stories from the. I don't have any other ones We are coming back with.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"kelley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"On the air hello. Rg maple hope. They're playing your show and the lsu football offices. 'cause i sure would hate for it. Oh to listen to coach. Kelly slots without the onside kicks business. Although after last year it probably would have been in our interest to kick onside kicks with that because every time. Yeah yeah so well maybe. Hopefully that won't be the case this year. You know. Paul your shows becoming i said it before more and more like a first year law school. Course this the best thing about christopher. He's from alabama I'm worried now because you know. I got the shot and i didn't realize that my chances of dying from way up now i thought it was a lot less. So yeah no i i Kill people people criticize me for taking his calls. But i don't know about you augie. But i always feel better about myself. Feel better about the state of louisiana. Take his call. Why didn't what. I'd i'd i refused to let you disparage the state of alabama safely because christopher lives in the state. Well this is the best thing. I think about texas joining. Because i think texas will join the bandwagon of disparaging alabama. But you know what about old matt match cocky about a man must must've forgotten the last time these two met well matt is like the. Sec is my house your the visitor and you have to sit back and wait to be served. So i love old matt's attitude but the real reason. I went to talk to you since last week. All of those interviews. And i know you did one with the commissioner and there was one before how did you assess his demeanor. Doing those interviews. Thrissur sankey sankey yeah interesting. He was very solemn. Exact word us it was like he was at a funeral and this is my take. I think he pulled off a great crew He knows it he knows the world knows it. Texas and oklahoma did seek us out. But let's face it. There was not a lot of hesitation or barriers. Put their way. And if there were. I would fault the commissioner for that but he lives in a different world and the rest of us as evidenced by washington state president and he has to take that course of sort of being Almost apologetic solemn not wanting to stern any feathers. But you know in the background. He's pop the champagne and their own. If your lawyer so there's probably has never happened to you but you know. Sometimes you're in a position where we're something very good happens to you but you also know that people around you are not affected in the same way so you don't want to act like a frat boy on on graduation night so you i'll tell you funny story It happened to me once. I don't play golf anymore. But i used to play. I was playing with this elderly gentleman who happened to be the founder of the course i was playing at. He's very well known. In fact story was told at his funeral which was attended by about two thousand people. But we're on the fifth hole and he is not always a great golfer. I mean he belongs to every club in the key in america including augusta national. And i'm a complete hacker. Okay so i. I pull out a seven iron. The ball flies. My wife is at the women. The women's tea. And i'm i'm back here with him and and his caddy. I'm carrying my own bag. Shows you disparity between the guess what the ball takes bouncing goes right in the whole now. My wife is screaming. The caddy is jumping up in the air. But you know what i'm doing you're beating policy. I was watching the ball. And i looked over. And mr so-and-so didn't say congratulations. He handed me my tea which i had failed to pick up and it was. It should have been the highlight of my golfing career which frankly would have been the only thing that ever happened. Well but instead. I was forced to be sober about it. And i think that's where greg. I'm not trying to compare my my golfing attributes to landing oklahoma texas. But sometimes you just have to play. Play that card. And in san keys case Yeah i do. I think the champagne came out. I think it came out in buckets. But he didn't want anybody else to know he's happy. I think he tried so hard not to be happy. It basically gave the reverse impression but I think it's funny because it is it. I'm sure if you were at another school especially in the pac ten or twelve or wherever. They call themselves these days. You do see the sec. As a corporate raider during around ray pillaging and burning down villages and. Let's face it if the shoe was on the other foot. Do you think they turned them away. So so thank sankey is now the carl icon of the modern era. Where we're up against the break More more of your phone calls no more golf stories for me. Because i have a i don't have any other We are coming back with more right after this listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Hey we're back in all ye is down in new orleans. You're on the air hello. Rg maple hoped playing your show and the lsu football offices. 'cause i sure would hate for it. Oh to listen to coach. Kelly slots without the onside kick business. Although after last year it probably would have been in our interest to kick onsides kick with because every time. Yeah yeah so well maybe. Hopefully that won't be the case this year. But you know paul your shows becoming. I said it before more and more like a first year law. School course say this. The best thing about christopher. He's from alabama. I love that I'm worried now because you know. I got the shot and i didn't realize that my chances of dying from it or way up now..
The Paul Finebaum Show
"kelley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Pick them off. Yeah i would think either conference would want either. Tcu or baylor or as near houston together up. What's scraps are left at. The t t. I mean it's watchable league at the moment and i think you're tcu or or iowa state or west. Virginia i mean you've got better options. You got a lame duck commissioner and baubles be. Hey i'm not gonna take shots at bowls. He's respected but you're commissioner was was asleep at the wheel here and And you're paying for it now. Yeah and those guys did an sec. I've lived out in texas A texas fan is a notre dame fan baragan with vanderbilt trophy case. So get ready. It's up there are to be around really. Enjoy your show thank. Yeah but that's something to look forward to. Isn't it okay. That old joke is there was a there was. There's an sec school. I'm not going to mention the name That that once was in a similar position it it talked a big game but didn't have any championships and the The late great writer. Dan jenkins said The university of whatever ever had The arrogance of alabama and the tradition of wake forest. It's it's an old joke that that can be applied We're apple anyway you want. Does anyone know which go i'm talking about. Let's go to josh. Who was in knoxville. Wasn't the university of tennessee. I can assure you Hey josh paul. How are you doing today. You're doing great. I got two quick questions for you. Paul and i'll hang up and get your thoughts on it. Water tennessee's punishments is going to be for allegations they had in december. And what do you think tennessee's biggest game it's gonna be this season vall all. Thanks josh. i'm not sure about the punishments Because i think they. They are in one respect dealing with a toothless organization. And you just don't know where the ncwa is going to be. Whenever this cases adjudicated. And i i. I mean there was a theory early on. Maybe tennessee should just take the punishment and get it over with now. There's a theory. Just drag it out. John adams said this yesterday drag it out as long as possible and maybe the nc double a. folds before you get your penalty as far as the most important game of the season. I think pittsburgh is important because it's a winnable game that if you win that game then you're going to win your four non conference games. Which puts you in a position vanderbilt on the schedule and south carolina and and maybe stealing another game to get to a bowl game so i think that's really the the be the big game i i would normally say florida but i don't think you can say that this year. Let's check out eddie. Who is up next in florida. Hello eighty eight hall. What's up anticipation. Call thank you. Hey man just been listening. Last thing like last season Reference to oklahoma and in texas san on and then i actually don't watch tv tone. We already i mean we we watch you got so low continue. Fcc you know We have a contender and cree tenders. That's all we have and we already have taxes in. Sec is georgia so So if we go would that. Hey paul i just clicked coming about yet. A miami call the call of the day and Was talking to you in the russell whom he got coming back. And i just wanted to say to that miami fan. Don't damn who y'all got coming back. I mean i hope you got ray lewis in south in the rest of those guys. Because we don't care. Paul miami needs to look at what happened to lance nine years. Paul we take names and we kick ass and they got thirty days. You know for you off. They schedule all right. They got thirty days. Paul role damn well spoken like a true fan We'll take a break Mordechai more of your phone calls eight.
X Factor Roping Podcast
"kelley" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"And they're they're they're going up and i think that's at least stay with nice value so mitt early nineties. You started building s- purse and you're just building you kind of buckle spurs and we're getting into it you kind of have you had that background in that interest win. When did you decide. Hey i want to start doing this. This is you know. I wanna i wanna do this for a living. It was was that right around that same time. Yeah talk about it. I had this alleger that was building everybody spurs for the first three hundred of them. I think i gave away two hundred ninety of them. I just gave away you know one day. I think when he just finished college she graduated. She got a good job. And i was like i hate my job. I have this thing. And i think i told a friend of mine. I said man. I think i'm losing money every day. I think i need to be doing this for a living. When you've got a job she's going to have the insurance. And i'm gonna break it to everybody that i'm gonna quit my job and start this i relive. Her dad hated here that he was like. Oh crap yeah so you decided. Hey this is. This is what i wanna do. Then you give away at the same time you give away two hundred ninety the first three hundred like after it was that many but it was. It seemed like i think it's genius and it's a really bold. Move right to do something like that you you when you're doing that. You're you get a lot of value out of giving something away for free right. And what was the the biggest benefits of of doing that Giving your spurs away for free getting started. Yeah you know. I think everyone it sparked an interest. Of course you know you. Just get out there and is the same way of doing some hotel like i did later on it. It was reaching a a big audience in in all the sudden. Somebody's got some they're shown them off and next thing somebody's coming. Ta i own a pair of those. And i said all. They cost a hundred and fifty dollars. Guess what those. Those spurs cost thousand fifty dislike the other ones day. Now have people people cherish those first ones. And i'm like those were ugly. Well yeah you start out. Well you get a lot of reps but you get a lot of practice right you get you get to learn the what you're doing and like what you like. What you like and the other thing is if did you get a lot of feedback from riders. Read off gaas. Getting them did that help a lot in still to this day you still get feedback mainly on the bits spurs. You know not so much anymore. But yeah i remember I emulated i lacked a the buyers. Clapper's shirley's you know in in. That's kind of my style road together. A never studied under one percent never a never worked forbidden. Spur maker or anything like that. So there's nobody's artistry influenced me. It was it was all me it was. It was what i saw. Nets how it developed..
X Factor Roping Podcast
"kelley" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"I absolutely love it. My horses love it. I read it on every head horse that i possibly can. I use it all the jackpots. All the rodeos. I've had great results. Go check out my friends at martin. Salary dot com. Did you ever think you would be selling bits. And spurs two guys and that was the most expensive thing they had. When i mean when i first got to texas you would meet cowboys. And they had a bad truck pretty crappy truck and trailer and they had your spurs your bits. Did you ever think that would happen. You know i didn't. I didn't know it would happen to this level. That always wanted that. That's what i wanted. Everyone you guys to be wearing my stuff ride. Muppets bits. we're my spurs. And i want to make up for you. That was my goal. You know that was. That's how it all started you right and to be a true student of into be immersed in the craft right. That's what you did you build. Your first started building spurs right. Yeah it probably started out with buckles and it was. It was because because i was already welded. And i like doing the steel and i was a little bit of an artist in the first place. You know roped. At that time. I was roping doing a little bit of cowboy stuff and we were like. Pay a spurs spurs cool. Saddles are cool. Bits are cool. I you know first time ever met jim Bill taught bill cody. Todd's and he was he was hers. Something brought some bits by their made. I want one of these. I can't afford it but you know it was cool stuff. I mean that's that's exactly. When i first got to texas it was i hear about these kelly bit you know and i and my background is team roper right and wrote a lot lot of miles and really the the best bit maker that i was around was gordy alderson..
The Savage Nation
Court Finds US Air Force 60% Responsible for Texas Shooting
"A federal judge in Texas finds the air Force mostly responsible for the deadly 2017 Sutherland Springs church shooting, the judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley, had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base. And the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. ABC is Aaron Carter
AP News Radio
Air Force Mostly at Fault in 2017 Texas Church Attack, Says Judge
"The judge says the air force's mostly at fault in a twenty seventeen Texas church attack a federal judge has ruled that the U. S. Air Force is largely responsible for a former servicemen killing more than two dozen people at a Texas church in twenty seventeen US district judge in San Antonio ruled that the Air Force was sixty percent responsible for the attack at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs because it failed to submit Devin Kelley's criminal history into a database that should have prevented the government from purchasing the weapon used in the attack Kelly served nearly five years in the airforce before being discharged in twenty fourteen for bad conduct the attack remains the worst mass shooting in Texas history I Walter Ratliff
The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show
Air Force '60 Percent' at Fault in 2017 Texas Massacre
"In Texas, ruling that the U. S Air Force is mainly responsible for the deadly 2017 church shooting in Sutherland Springs. The judge said the Air Force was 60% to blame for the Sutherland Springs shooting that killed more than two dozen worshippers at First Baptist Church. The shooter Devin Kelley had been court martialed for assaulting his then wife and her stepson on an air force base, and the judge said the Air Force should have alerted the FBI that Kelly could not legally buy a gun. The judge ruled in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims that the Air Force failed to exercise reasonable care. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski former
The Dan Bongino Show
Liberals Don't Like an Objective Enforcement of the Law Against BLM Rioters
"Justice, a set of rules, procedures and laws. The whole idea behind justices, regardless of your race, color, creed, sex, gender, sexual orientation, whatever. It may be political ideology that you live in a free and fair country where there are a set of laws and restrictions on what you can and can't do. If you do not do those things that are illegal homicide drug dealing whatever they may be. You will. To be left alone. And if you do break those laws, those rules will be enforced fairly by judges and by a judicial system and Juries. Who will then use that law, you know, to put it. Been crushed on the volcano We call society. So why is it is Julie Kelley says there she brings up two fascinating points. At these January 6th the prisoners right now they're being charged with some of them the use of chemical irritants there on January 6th and destruction of property. And by the way, I condemn any attacks on police officers. I mean, I think that's clear right. Any rational person would, but it's kind of odd. That those exact same chemicals and property damage the federal property has been happening in Portland, Oregon and other liberal cities across America, and we don't see the exact same treatment. Is this not a fair question. Liberals love it, Of course, because liberals have been collectivism socialism. And, sadly, this new trend towards liberal fascism is here now, and they love to weaponize the Department of Justice and weaponized the FBI to attack their political opponents because they don't like any kind of objective enforcement of the law. But just this is dead. If we don't enforce the law evenly, Ladies and gentlemen, we will
LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"kelley" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"I've discovered man crates the source for great gifts for this father's day. One look at each of their gift creations and you'll discover they have something for every dad. There are hundreds of great gift ideas. Man creates dot com has the gear the flavors and the activities. Millions of dad's love finding. The perfect gift is almost as much fun as giving it try their exotic jerky toolbox. A real toolbox stuffed with wild meats like elk venison boar or the grill master crate jammed with everything. Your grill master. Needs from spices sauces. Thermometers smoker box even a brass knuckle meat tenderizer. You can personalize so many of the crates and most men grades are shipped in their own unique container a wooden crate with a crowbar or an ammo can or a gift card cased in concrete block it makes the gift unwrapping as awesome as the gift itself. Now through father's day. June twentieth. Get twenty percent off. Sitewide when you spend one hundred and forty nine dollars or more at man crates dot com slash hope. Yup that's twenty percents off when you spend one hundred and forty nine dollars or more at man crates dot com slash hope man crates dot com slash hope kelley earnhardt miller. Thank you for spending time with us. Thank you for being transparent thank you. I hate to use the word authentic because it's overused as one of those buzzwords right now but you are and i can tell that that you you have your priorities lined up perfectly and so thank you thank you thank you. Yes thank you. Thanks for having me on here if anybody You know wants to check the book out they can.
LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"kelley" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"Could love my dad like that. Because i saw my dad is my dad and that relationship wasn't the best for me and so that's really kind of where my focus was and as we got into talking about the book and all and they said you know kelly all of that great. But let's not stay in the past. Let's talk about how that experience. And how that moded you in shape you as a business woman in nascar and so. I spend time in the book for the first four chapters talking about my relationship with my dad growing up. You know these different feelings. That i had and look. My dad wasn't a bad. I had a roof over my head. My dad loved me. My dad had a hard time showing love. He had a hard time. That emotional piece that i needed You know just didn't exist. We were product of divorce at an early age. And and just you know so many different things that i talk about in the book and so those first four chapters kinda shape that up for the non lessons and then on lessons are really business oriented life oriented. I'm a mom of three. Have a twenty year old a fifteen year old and a nine year old You know my wife my husband. And i just celebrated our ten year wedding anniversary and You know had a relationship prior to that that resulted. Mit beautiful girls and during that period of life for me was a struggle and so i went through therapy and did a lot of work on myself so the book just talks about from a business perspective and you you said you know i do believe in god's timing and you know. The struggle is real to that total. Trust there right because we live in this earthly world where all these are going on around us and so my struggle is real when it comes to that but timing is everything and i talk about that in my book i talk about being authentic and approachable and just had to make decisions and positioning yourself for success and.
The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
Christopher Kelley on the 4 Quadrants of Well Being
"Chris. Welcome to the unmistakable. Creative thanks for taking the time to join us. Well thank you for having me. Allow me to bring down the house prices. I really appreciates it. Well it is my pleasure. Have your so. I was referred to you by way of our mutual friend and former staple critic destig- notice who i think the world of and he told me a little bit about what you're dead and i thought yeah this is fascinating but before we get into your work I wanna start. Where in the world did you grow up. And what impact that end up having on the choices that you've made threat your life in your for one thing. I noticed him not sincere podcast. Is you really ask questions. I know that it's because she hears the guests. Say oh you ask good questions yes. That's the question on british. I'm currently living in santa cruz in california. I grew up in a rather boring town. Could new green bouchier if anyone's from there they'll probably send me hate now now true. It's kind of boring answer. Southbound sandwich on south coast. And then i moved to london where she's where everyone seemed to end up so i was to read it with some of my old school friends. We had a great time. And i worked for some interesting companies for a telco stop. Had a really good time and then eventually ended up working for yahoo. He probably remember you. No no east to be right very kind. They brought me the opportunity to move. I visited california. And so i worked in sunnyvale in california and silicon valley for few years. Lift in san francisco. So yeah. I mean that opportunity to go to london and get. The opportunity is just amazing.
This is Today
"kelley" Discussed on This is Today
"All right well. I had a bunch of ham yesterday for easter. So i'm kind of full. Yeah but you know what we're gonna do it. We're going to get through the show today and we'll have some fun. This is today. Welcome to this is today's podcast that features the stories that make this unique. It's monday april. Fifth twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Okay so it's national deep dish pizza day and you know i'm not a fan of deep dish. So what made me what i do. Is i got these tiles. That i put on my barbecue and i put the dough on there and so it's kind of thin crust thing and i'm making the pizzas i go and comes out great but it's not deep dish and i don't know much about deep dish to be honest so i decided. Let's bring in bobby and sarah there wolf from chicago and their from their podcast bs with bobby and sarah and i'm sure the in from chicago. You guys know your deep dish. Oh yeah definitely absolutely nice. Okay so tell us then crushers what we need to look for in a deep dish. Well it's all about the bread. I know everyone in california is too so health conscious with their green juices and their chicopee. That and everything and nanda in here. And they're exactly in the mid west. We need to be able to survive very harsh winters. So you gotta carbo load and you need a thick doughy pizza. Yes but it has to take dish has to be crunchy on the outside but then also a good good bounce to it in the middle. Not you okay. So you're saying that. I shouldn't try to make this out of cauliflower like i do my other dough. I'm just kidding. I don't do that well. I do there's a pizza place here. I can't think of the name of it. It's not too far from my house. And they do a deep dish hauled the mob boss and it's awesome. But i can only literally have one slice of that thing. It's just so th inch thick of pizza. It shouldn't really be completely all bread. You know you've got to have your cheese and your sauces and sausages on it and pepperoni. It's got everything. The mob boss is very italian. So it's got like cheney and it's around land it's got four different types of italian sausages. It does actually up to its name. I don't know how you figure that one out the whole place. They're playing like sinatra stuff too as you as you go in. So they're they're all in on this. Yeah they want to sell that pizza so okay. We had john the other day. You guys did this. Show open for me on april fools day. We kinda full everyone saying. Hey sarah show. But it's not actually but i do want people to go checkout bs with bobby and sarah. Where do we go. how do we find it. What do you guys talk about bs with bobby and is found on every single podcasting app available. Basically it's just us talking about the world around us. Sometimes we could be talking about things we just learned about like a bond ci which is a banzai. Chili pepper hybrid. They're on their christmas lights. Like big ones. It's pretty beautiful. And then other times we might talk about ridiculous ways on how to reduce littering in the world by having like a rewards program to get free merchandise like an umbrella with a pringles logo on it. I like that idea. I m correla and then in the second half of the show we always play trivia. That will involve something. You didn't even know you'd be interested to learn about dense awesome. So i'm going to put a link to the bobby and sarah bs with bobby and sarah in the description of this podcast so be sure to go check that out. Thank you both for joining me today. And thank you for joining me on april fools and helping to mess around with everyone here. That was listening to that. Show if you didn't listen to it you gotta go check that one out as well all right when we come back. We'll talk about our events for today as a kid. I remember like wanting all of these different games and you know what. I couldn't get them because we didn't have cool things like game fly game. Fly has the largest selection of video games anywhere with more than nine thousand titles including all the new releases and classics game. Fly delivers games right to your door. Shipping is free both ways and there's no late fees to get signed up with game fly. Just click on the link in the description of the podcast right. Let's take a look at some of our events for today. Yeah so back in nineteen zero six. Mount vesuvius erupted and this caused major damage to the city of naples. Yet there were one hundred deaths now. They were supposed to actually host the nineteen o eight olympics but they couldn't because of this eruption that happened on this day. Yeah well they had to move everything to london and turns out roman host again until nineteen sixty. now i will say that mount- saulius actually erupted over several days. This was the day that it has some real problems for naples. I nineteen eighty seven. Oh man this. I remember the debut. I remember this night. Yes the debut of some primetime programming on fox. They started out with married with children. Followed by the tracey ullman. Show i. I couldn't figure out which one i liked best. I liked them both right right away and the interesting thing about it was. They premiered him. At seven o'clock ran the Married with children show. They followed it with tracey ullman and then they follow that with the same episode of married with children. I guess they really were a little desperate for programming back. Then you know. It was a new network and people didn't really know what to expect from fox. Well you know they definitely figured out what to expect from married with children. That kinda changed a lot about television and the thing was you know when you think about it you think about roseanne barr and what she did with her show will. Actually she was originally going to be cast as peggy. Yeah that's who the creators wanted. So peggy was going to be plagued by. Roseanne barr and get this. Al was going to be played by. Sam kennison yes. Just imagine him at the shoes store just screaming on occasion for no apparent reason. But at of course didn't work out. Ed o'neill got the part as al and you know. He went onto the modern family as well but yes everybody knows him from married with children and in fact his hollywood walk of fame star is in front of his shoe store. They put it in front of a a dsw. But i'm talking about only married with children. We should probably talk about tracey ullman. Because something came out of that. Has you know as you probably know. You may not know okay. Well now you'll know the simpsons. I it started as a short on the tracey ullman. Show and so several of the actors from the tracey ullman. Show are still able to work together. Because they're still on the simpsons tracey ullman show only ran for four seasons but some awesome stuff on that show. I nineteen ninety-one on this day. Kitty kelley published a book about nancy. Reagan yeah ok well nancy. Reagan basically was the president. According to this book. She said that everything had to be run by her. And in fact One day reagan was handed some papers to choco.
The Sean Salisbury Show
Reeling Texans Hire David Culley as Head Coach
"I joining us now. Dan were grateful all this crazy news. He's nfl network. Insider are insider here on the shots house ratio rap sheet on twitter. Join syrian rap. Forty and. Welcome in against great to have your. Let me start by saying not. Well you everything and nothing. Unfortunately we'll get to david kelley in a second but he's having his introductory press conference today in town mcnair and jack easterby are not showing up right y because nicosia aerial runs football operations. And make sure it will be sitting there with david kelly to answer questions And my guess is based on my understanding of the texans situation that is going to continue You know obviously jack. Easterby has not to my knowledge of lease stunning interview since he has been in houston. His role has changed dramatically over that time to hear from him. And i assume that we will. I just don't know that it's going to be any time soon But honestly like for a good franchise. This is the way it should be. You know when you have major football decisions you should be hearing from the person in charge of football and that nick caserio And i expect him to take the reigns and run with it both today And in the future. Nick should be their social cal. So so is this normal. I mean when's the last time. An owner of some sort wasn't in a press conference for a new coach. Sixty five years old getting his first chance on a franchise. It's in disarray. Why wouldn't the owner show up and and put his arm around him and show support I think because this is. I wanna say this is not me from sources. This is just speculating. Right anything of the situation You know the comic neighbors there for the higher of 'cause cereal. He essentially appointed nick kishiro to run football and now that they've made the most significant football decision under knicks regime. He is going to be the one answering questions. Is it normal It's about half and half. I would say sometimes. The owner is there during press conferences to announce the coach. Sometimes they are not this situation. Obviously a little different. Because you know there's controversy and the owner is very involved in it right like caused it really So you know having him there. Answer questions i think would for those of us me included. Who'd like to hear from him. I wish he was there I'm not sure it helps the organization so muddy things up and from someone who was clearly not comfortable in front of the camera. not good at it I'm sure there'll be a time when he will answer questions. I'm not sure how it helps anyone. Deliver clear message with him being there entering questions about it today.
The Final Lap
Noah Gragson Attempting Daytona 500
"Noah gregson is an attempt to make his first ever career cup series. Start at the daytona five hundred this year for beard motorsports and he tells us how and when this whole thing came about well. I was It'll happen over thanksgiving. I started with. I was the my room. Vegas and about midday burning on. Thanks me and he asked me. If i wanted to buy have opportunity with junior motorsports through contracts. Run other tars. He didn't really give me much more than that at first and by probably and he's like i at all Alcohol kelly kelley earnhardt miller. And that's my boss so off calais and he called you the next day. He's like Would you wanna run. Mike are for the daytona. Five hundred and twenty twenty one and i thought he was messing up here. Probably can't say exactly that it's like. Hey are you blinking me with me. Messing with me. And he Now i want you to run my car. So that was. That was really cool. i'm. Kelly gave him a thumbs up. Thumbs up for me to to run that hard. He said he called jimmy. Johnson i and give me david so i was the second pick which is was pretty pretty surreal but nonetheless love
Physical Activity Researcher
interview With Dr Paul Kelly
"A guest dr paul kelley. Welcome paul thanks. For having me only yeah. Great to have you I noticed that in your twitter handle you have narrow ball. Could you tell listeners. That beat about narrow boats and how fast they actually go. Very happy to try Let's get six name. Because it's only i guess about eight feet wide and it not navigates on the canals Sort of stay human built also ways that we have across the uk but of course in in europe and other possible as well and You know traditionally for moving cargo and austral- revolution five these days the recreational recreational ways that we have all the days so we can we walk around there about three three miles per hour. If you walk alongside even are and then every mile or so you jump off and A play with the law can help the boat rise off down to go over a hill. Something yes just a a wonderful way to to spend your time. So i only recommend if you ever get the opportunity to halacha. Yeah yeah what else staying in uk. I i saw quite a lot of those in in ways. And i i was in place I don't really know how to pronounce it in way. Well spot llangollen and they have these priests and you don't go under that fritz with the boat but you go on the brits. So it's a it's a big rates and you can go overnight till the debts. That's amazing amazing place. Yes this is a very famous bridge you described and it's spectacular and yes any of your listeners. You have an opportunity to visit. I highly recommend. Yeah yeah the way to relax going three miles per hour on kennel. So if we move to your personal and professional background how how did you come to this point in how. How did you move from travel behavior to physical activity shore. So i'm i guess. I'm a physiologist. By training i did my masters in in physiology sports physiology but towards the end of the course. I'm had a lecture from foster who kind of encouraged us to think about the population benefits of. I'm spoilt in activity as opposed to be performance. Siping looking at and this was kind of my first Steps into physical activity public health research and my dissertation with charlie ultimately my my phd and we ended up doing a project looking at measurement of i think as you mentioned in the introduction How how could self reported. Diaries travel logan of walking cycling. And and yeah. It was kind of looking at menton in great detail and come to try Understand some of the strengths and limitations and alleges that is really led me to focus now on things like evaluation which can rely heavily on on measurement and and also you know the science that we do suddenly the concentrate. Science relies on measurement in some way. So you know it's a really nice Avenue into into multiple different study designs and areas of research and new said about evason How'd you out to define the to what what is excellent difference between evaluation and research congressional To be careful because mine definition may may may not be the right one and may disagree with You know your listeners. And other people me. Research is is quite tightly bound by the radical constraints or heretical considerations and might might be bound by the paradigm and certain methods. You know we might immediately think of the evidence based sorry. The hierarchy of evidence from evidence based medicine privileging certain study designs study types either others whereas i think evaluation is is much more focused on real world decisions have to be made regardless of whether the perfect study design as possible and you know therefore we have to be flexible in our approaches to what we can learn about the world and we learn about policy and health promotion to try and at least offer some useful evidence for that for the next round of decisions decision. Making so you know. I don't know thousand your question. But i think it it. It goes some way to kind of outlining. How i might see the to is as not being exactly the same thing. Yeah i get your point and an s you wanted to bring this up dc. It's
News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
Social Media Companies Survived Election Day. More Tests Loom.
"Companies like Twitter, Facebook, Google and others are working to prevent the spread of disinformation or calls for violence. Heather Kelley, covering it for the Washington Post and talked about it with Cuomo's Tom have some fear that candidates might declare victory before all the ballots are counted or before bigger news organizations Project winners What are Facebook and Twitter trying to do to prevent that? Well, they each have have their own plans, and they've been involving over the past few days. Twitter is going Tio if a candidate declares Victory area early is going to hide the tweet and put a label on top of it, and then a link below it to its voting Information center and anybody can still quick and see the tweet and see what it says. Ah, and you can also still share it. If you have to go through one more warning level. Their Facebook is gonna do a label below it. You'll always be able to see the post, and it's also going to redirect it to its own Voter information center. Neither has plans to take those kinds of post down at this point. Okay. Since 2016 selection, the cable cutting movement has grown with fewer people accessing TV news the traditional way. So if I'm browsing YouTube for live results Ah, for instance, YouTube What am I going to notice? Well, an interesting thing about YouTube is come tonight. They actually are gonna put live streams of of coverage of the election from their partners. News organizations like we might be on TV. They're gonna have those on the main page so you don't necessarily need cable TV to relive. You know about previous elections you could open YouTube. We know there might be a delay probably will be a delay and how long it takes to see who wins. How far into the future. Will we see? These tighter restrictions on social media If they delay continues, all the companies have left kind of the door open on that they're saying until at least the end of this week, and they're giving themselves the flexibility to extend it, depending on what happens. Okay with me is Heather Kelly on the common design for the Washington Post. What's the worst case scenario tonight or tomorrow for companies like Twitter and Facebook? Well, I think you know, we first thought the worst case scenario would be a candidate prematurely declaring victory, but they've all come up with plans for that, And I think the public is educated enough at this point that this is this is a risk to really understand what's happening right now. It looks like the biggest concern is going to be called violence there already, some means going around from post on social media. Oh, and I think the companies and, you know, obviously, everybody in America is also worried about spreading too far about those with these actual violence in real life. Finally, what's at stake for Big Tech tonight and and this week? Why did they need to get this right? I mean, this is sort of something that they've been criticized about for years and not just US elections elections abroad. Can they control what happens on their own platform? Can they make sure that they are not the story that they're just helping people follow the story and this is going to be a real test for that in particular, because it's such a complicated year and you've got this delay time to get results. We want to see Can they control what spreads and how far it spread and how it actually impact the election? Or will they need to be some sort of legislation in the future or more controls on them? All right. Great information in your
Fantasy Football Today Podcast
Fantasy football 2020: Your draft kit for the upcoming season
"Okay. So we've got up to ten draft tips for you. Get. One Draft. At least two software why don't you Sunday? You still. People's draft status draft number one that is so bad. Let's let me get like the trending players that are either moving up or moving down for you right now last week we talked Damien Harrison Bryce love There are any other players right now that you WANNA spotlight don't don't look at ADP it's outdated these guys are higher or lower. Well I'll start with Bryce love because there's report from a guy that I trust it works for the Athletes Ben Stanbic he's played in some fancy leagues with me before he's. A season fantasy player. He says that it's not a lock that Bryce love will be on the active roster every week if they only carry three running backs because they'll go with Peterson, the goal Gibson in the goes jd mckissick over Bryce love, which is a little bit surprised to read that. So he's probably somebody that has to be trending down One guy that I'm very excited about I've said this time and time again but the reporters continue to glowing is Joshua Kelly you know he's the guy that I don't want to say that I plant my flag with him but he's somebody that I'm going to have a Lotta shares off I. Already have a lot of shares of him loud drafts coming up over the next two weeks and anybody that asked me, who's the sleeper guy that you are highly recommending this is the one because I do think he's going to be the backup to US nickel or the second guy to us neck ler and. He may not have the job over Justin. Jackson now he will have the dob over Justin Jackson by the end of the season. This is the guy that I want on all of my fantasy teams. So would you take Josh Kelley ahead of Bryce love I haven't okay. Would you take Josh Kelley head of Chase Edmunds. See. So that's the the interesting part of it. That's where you have to play the draft. So as the hype continues, maybe you have to take Josh Kelley headed Jason's I haven't had to do that yet. So if it comes down to those are the only two running backs available. Then, I'll probably take Josh Kelley over Jason, but you know if chase Edmunds becomes the guy for the Arizona. Backfield, he's probably going to be better than Josh Kelley unless neck alerts.