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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:43 min | 6 months ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Giving back pats. They go back to school. You and Sean Pecas and and Ryan Rouco, your broadcast partner. How did how did the watch party go last night for you guys? It was firm and we had a good time. It would have been a lot cooler if the Yankees actually plan but it was like, you know, we had a bunch of people in marriage some questions and you give me a chance, like coming. Talk through a game and watch the game with the same time so that me and Ryan had always talked about doing so you'll go out of fun, but I definitely learned that I could never commentator game. Really? Why not? Because we did five innings yesterday, and I was exhausted about so I could never do a night in the game. Yeah, I hear you got a bee on you focus on everything in all the little things. They expecting your commentary on it, but you watched it. And this is this was my take in our last segment. I think Dave Roberts tried to be cute. He should have just pitched Walker Buehler. You tried to get up to Oh, as opposed to saying it's going to be a long Siri's. I'm going Tobe, open this and you know this because the Yankees have had issues with the Rays over the years, including this season. You can't out bullpen the Tampa raise. What did you think of Dave Roberts decision? Yeah, I don't know why people keep outsmart the rage. You know, I mean, like everybody wants to do what they what they set up to do, But nobody's bullpen is set like that. Yeah. You know, they're the only ones that committed mix. Imagine thorough, be bullpen. You know, Kevin Cassidy has a great job in Game one, knowing that they weren't going to go win that game. And then through all of the guys in there, and those guys get out of love out that you can save your arm for a night like you know, last night when they needed everybody, Teo, you know, get game too. Now what happens to it now? They're set up a little better. Yeah, you know, headed, you know, into the rest of this series with their bullpen set up and now having off days and everything I just thought I mean, everybody get that one on one on the res and one of the house Martin when Don't even try to put him away with with with your best option is with. You know the dogs would've been Walker Buehler. Yeah. Now, why would you So if you're walker Buehler, Walker Buehler in the World Series is saying, Skip, let me pitch. Why? What reason do we have? That Walker didn't pitch game two? Is it Is it because of short rest, But I mean, who cares at this point, right? Yeah. I mean for me, you know, I was. You know, everybody's different, though, you know, so maybe he can't pitch on short rest. Maybe. You know, that puts him at high risk of engine you know, looking at next year and things like that, but Me when they got down to this point. I didn't care if you needed me to take the ball 12 days. I mean glass wall in two days. Red's right, You know, so I mean, You want the parade, and that is what it is. You have to go. I have to do something that you're uncomfortable doing. And you maybe never did before, Teo. Get on top of that mountain, You know? Yeah, I know. I do. If I feel you, bro. I love that, too. You want the parade and not talk to CC? Sabathia? The great CC. Sabathia. My buddy, founder of pitching Foundation and former New York Yankees headed to the Hall of Fame. I'll be up there playing cough and go into the ceremony. When you get in. It'll be. Eventually it'll be there eventually. Alright, so Clayton Kershaw We know his successes. He's also one of those great lefties. We also know some of his failures. Hey, exercise, some of it in Game one. He pitched the gym for No. Six innings, eight strikeouts and and they got the win. He only gave up one run, and he's now in a very short list of those guys who have had 10 postseason starts asleep World Series starts and only giving up one run. What? How do you view as a peer? Because he is your peer. Basically, How do you view Clayton Kershaw. So many want to hate on him. But you can't ignore the greatness. So where does he fit? No, I felt sorry for him and because I know it's got to be hard. You know, he is one of the great ones. He mean if he didn't throw another inning, right MTA regular season that guy's going But for US athletes we always measured by if we can win him having so many playoff appearances and woes. You know, and not having that victory or not having a post season that we all expect him to have. It got to be tough and even after pitching good in Game one if he comes back, and he's got a pitch game six or seven In the racecourse five or six runs over him. Guess what the narrative is right. Backto. We told you that Tara Shah couldn't pitching in the postseason. So you know them having so many shots that have, you know, getting a ring and You know, it ain't really he wasn't not really. He's not really the reason why they don't have it. No, but if he pitches like clean car show in any of those postseason, they would have won that. Yeah, it's a good point, but it sounds like CC. The Dave Roberts is going to pitch him in Game five. Because, he said, Look, we have Walker Buehler coming back for three. Then we have your areas and then and then, and then Clayton again, So it's almost like he's going to put him out. There may be in a bad position. You know what I mean? So I feel like Game five is a little better position. The game 67 how come just depending on the way the series is looking, so I wouldn't want him to pitch a game. A serious deciding game that makes why why not? He's the guy that he's the man, but I mean, you know, but they seem to leave a man too long to remember. Let him leave with, you know, feeling good. They always try to stretch him through the sixth inning and he always gives he didn't do it this time in Game one, but he always ends up getting hurt, but I don't know. I mean, I would just go look up more comfortable if it was You know to back that up? Yeah. If we didn't need a deciding game, Yeah. Yeah, that makes sense CC. Sabathia's joining us here on MTV and tyranny. All right, let's let's let's jump to that. Like the the Iris, Um part of this baseball season. I know you talked about it, I'd have been crushed him. I don't get emotional about baseball season. You know me. I'm just gonna like it. I love it. I love the Yankees because you were pitching. But I didn't get like emotional. The Astros made me emotional about not baseball. I was pissed every time I talked about them, and they almost got to the World Series this year, almost getting to your race. How I mean, you are You're not pitching, obviously. But you still you're still in touch your advisor of Special Adviser you're evolved with the Yankees. How like I don't know how hurt were you that the Yankees didn't get a chance to go through the Astros and put them and put them out like the Rays were able to put them out thing. I mean, you know, obviously wish it would have been The Yankees got a chance to play the Manet is it almost, you know, Seems like we deserved that, you know, but It would have been great to be able to see you know that matchup again. Um, obviously, we know having 2017. You know how you know how closely played seriously though. I think it would have been..

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

11:54 min | 11 months ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

"People can play in the modern world. According to a practitioner of the art of tattooing in Hawaii Cuny Nunez brought the practice of the traditional out form back to Hawaii from Samoa in the nineteen ninety s out. It was largely forgotten in the. Us Item State. Only age-old handmade tools made of whalebone would and fibers are used to tap natural inc permanently into the skin carry. Nunez was interviewed as part of photography project by the UN's International Labor Organization dignity at work. The American experience which documents the working life of people across the United States he spoke to Kevin Cassidy the Director of the IRS Office for the United States while he was tapping a new design onto the leg of a client with the help of two assistants talking ahead of International Arts Education Week which begins on May twenty fifth carry. Nunez began by explaining what it means to be Hawaiian. There's a lot of different meanings for different people for me. It's always been a responsibility to carry on tradition to carry on the the knowledge base that was created by my ancestors why our answer and acknowledged that cycle that were ethic that in this day and age. Sometimes it's so easy to forget for me. That's what it means doesn't mean entitlement. It doesn't mean anything else until means that we have more responsibility than others off. Prize it out a little bit about your connection to the land. The importance of that in the wine poker land is always important on the is what feeds us. The I the feeding of is in In the land I think in modern protractive reverence and those always there because You had to respect the I know. In order to produce so because we could thrive as people by the same time off was respected. But you needed to change it in order for it to produce and so although a lot of people say say that we're one with nature in a sense we were But in a larger sense we knew how to make as little impact on the environment as possible in order to sustain. Assess people so today you know the UN in the big PARTOS national organizations. They talk about sustainability. So do you think about? I mean you kind of talked about that. Sustainability is important right exactly and that's why you know. When we had fishing seasons you were up with fishing so that when the spawning of fish In the greening of fish came at a certain period of time we wouldn't bother that you know and we let them grow and you know a lot of people now they kind of do the opposite of what we traditionally now the like when when you fish for certain fish you have to have a regulation size in Hawaii before the big fish didn't touch too much because they're the ones that was breeding desert ones producing future generations. But it was a medium size fish that you know if you let the small fish And it's medium size. That's what you wanted. So it's Kinda interesting to see how people view things because they want to. Just get the biggest and that kind of stuff. The biggest fish with the ones that were were producing eggs and middle fish and all of that kind of stuff so we had that idea before you know. Unfortunately there's oftentimes oftentimes conflict with with overall society with the dominant society. And right back to your art here the so you mentioned what you doing. What are the rules that you're using tapping of this? Is there a significance rhythm music tonight at a deeper meaning than the actual function itself? Are this method dogs interviews old? The same message was US Drought Pacific and in areas of Southeast Asia. Possibly even Originating in India in the northeast area of India. The tap like this all over the Pacific and it's a rebirth because tattooing wasn't just for decoration to honor your family is to honor yourself. It was to honor the the Future Generations. And so he's doing this because he wants to but he's doing this not only for himself before his kids and for their kids and all of that because from now on Sita pattern and they would know who this person is. And it's also to to acknowledge your ancestry so that when the time comes for him to join his ancestors recognize his so this a lot more than just a tattoo the connection to the community deal that the younger generation are stepping away because they are by pressure of their friends in school. Or you know to get a job to get that apartment that car trip to of a lie to a little bit more conspicuous consumption. You happening with you. Say that the that the young generation do understand the importance of keeping up culture. I don't make a blanket statement on that what I think because there are there. Are Tom that young. Definitely that way. We'll we'll try and embraced a lifestyle that is more dominant society but there are. There are quite a few like these. I mean they're young. That in my opinion is looking back to our traditions to kind of define who they are. But maybe you. That's a perfect question for you. You guys think. Are you see not there like I mean people are you know in my reply might not be but then they might go the other way of what you know there are people looking for. I guess everyone right now. It's kind of like almost find your identity and this is one way people you know. Find your identity that they're they're a little bit more about themselves and are people are interested in that kind of thing. You're talking about this being break. Some of our ancestors had a lot of the answers to the questions. You have Right now. About how the world is working in our consumption moral values and things like that the more you look back you. That's how dare living the more you kind of realize being had it right and we kind of treat elite from that now being which is part of our owners the richest things like that off the live in on you know what I think. A lot of people don't really need much thought to the fact that all of the all of the problems that we have is not new. Problems is just regurgitate it. In a different form and so The answers to those problems are within our own cultures and and in our own societies. But we got to be willing to look outside the box and look at different ways in which weekend address those situations and sometimes the best way to address both by looking into when when they were different environmental issues. How a deal with that when illnesses like all of our all of our and you're using technology you know it may be an ancient technology but it's still a technology right. How is technology impacting? Your arts or is it at all. Impacting your arts definitely does because there is a function that if something is more technologically what call advance that it would be better for you and so there's a suction that you know if if somebody is all somebody is working with machine quicker and faster that kind of stuff that's sumptious but the reality is the opposite so sometimes when we're looking at things we're looking at it in a in a very Ethnocentric Way and not only is ethnocentric. It also does not acknowledge The chievements of traditional people and not only with Roy with I mean. They don't know how the Pyramids all of that kind of stuff when you look at unclear. What and those sites. They don't know how they did it. And so it's it's important for. I think it's.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WJR 760

"Smith show news talk seven sixteen WJAR well life goes on no matter what's happening out there birthdays come to whether you want them to or not Happy Birthday to William giovane you remember bill with the singing lawyers the forum shoppers celebrating his birthday today one of our top account executives happy to have him as part of the W. J. R. family Kevin Cassidy having his birthday and that guy Gordon is so fine producer Laura Hassoun who helps us all out from time to time Laura Hanson celebrating her birthday and what is she a you oversee all the producers issue twenty one now M. maybe twenty one yeah okay I am I might get money for that all right six forty nine Dr Frank made George's been working round the clock Henry Ford medical group physician as staying on top of what's happening with this corona virus I want you to know Dr I am continuing to broadcast from home because we are trying to stay off the streets and follow with the governor said the president has said I've just checked with my handy dandy CBS electronic forehead thermometer my temperature ninety eight point seven it just occurred to me as I said that are those says thermometers good morning doctor those thermometers that we buy like that in the pharmacy they don't cost very much of a pretty accurate did you know that the funny thing that you mentioned a good morning by the way it depends on how cold the ambiance surrounding it so for her thermometers are not perfectly accurate if you are in a particularly cold area because it's measuring your skin temperature the more accurate actually is really under the tongue or rectal thermometers yeah I was gonna say mom I I was gonna say I read that that the most accurate is the rectal thermometer but the fact of the matter is that it's not necessarily practical for me well I regenerate curry I would actually argue that I actually use an under the tongue for mom and I find that to be the most credible and prominence are using your thermometer in the hospital we use on under the tongue and rectal thermometers for the most part more at the monitors while they're really convenient I don't consider them completely accurate again you have to consider the ambiance surrounding okay well I hope that it's at least better than nothing yeah definitely better than nothing but I guess the point is so here's the thing if you have a fever I'm one of those forehead thermometers there's no question you have a fever but if you do not have a fever on one of those forehead thermometers there is a chance that it could be a degree or two off and you may in fact have a degree beard there is no higher than it's registered no boy I did both sides by the way both sides of my forehead if you will but just think that makes good sense and that that we all learned that they should do blood pressure on both arms but but not everybody does but be that as it may what's the very latest you can share with this doctor well you know course I think got you by now you've probably heard the case counts are up you know that yesterday they reported eighty case but on the website but then during a press conference they updated it to a hundred and ten so you know the case counts have gone up very quickly and I think you know that that the sign that it is doing its best to keep up with the creepy eclectic case and and sample that they have obviously yesterday was the first death in the state of Michigan which which as I said on the news it's unfortunate but not completely unexpected you know a case fatality rate of two percent we expect one death in every fifty patients and were now over a hundred patients in the state of Michigan so technically speaking ahead of the game we might expect to that so you know I think this is what we are honestly just at the tip of the iceberg it's getting way way worse and so you know that that's the thing that everyone needs to keep in mind here this is a marathon this is not a sprint everyone needs to remember that you know who the habits that you form now are habits that you're going to probably have for many many months this is in fact the new normal like this is not just the staying anymore we just need to get used to the way it is like it is right now again I'm I'm trying to be an optimist about it.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

"It's rewarding at the end of the day. Dog Dead Tired. You know but you got a book full appropriate. I have a passion for my heart. It's about providing a service and satisfied customers making make someone smile. That's he leisure to crawfish farm in the backwaters of Louisiana demonstrating the pride. He clearly feels in his work. A pride that typifies many of the workers I've met in this southern. US State Daniels concern and for this special edition of off flagship. PODCAST The lady zone. I'd been on the road including awards. Way All to in New Orleans and further afield taking stock of won't won't work means today the world's biggest economy I've met a Voodoo priestess a Catholic priest an accordion maker a Mardi gras. Big chief life a big game taxidermist and many more people who've sat down with me and enthusiastically explained how important work is to them in this. podcast I'm going to take you inside a New Orleans restaurant and outside to a crawfish farm in rural Louisiana a small flat bottomed paddle boat with two men on bowed picks. Its way through a green muddy trench inch bonded with Rice. On one hundred twenty Acre farm in Scott towards the west of Louisiana a single large and ripped paddle which which glides across the slippery bottom keeps the Croft on track and it lurches forward one of the men plants metal trips every ten feet or so beneath the brackish water a crawfish small freshwater crustaceans which resemble lobsters who though they're somewhat smaller and black in color before long they'll be drawn into cages lured by scraps of fish back on solid ground. I meet heat leget works for Shea. Francois Seafood a family crawfish business set up by his father and now run by his brother. He explains to me how the pulse work. This is a tripod trap. It's a trap that they used in taunts for former race crawfish the peg that comes out the bottom is for you to push Brown. How many pounds can you can you catch amenities all the profits running man? y'All have three to six pounds and maybe you know that's a Lotta crawfish. You've sent some test traps today. Can you tell me a little bit about about what you've got here because we have some some live crawfish right in front of us you have some that are just coming out from the ground own. That they haven't shedded that their shells are really hard. There's not a whole lot of media. They have to eat and and shed that show so that they can grow. They've been underground so they just been dormant not eating just kind of just down there waiting for the water to come so that they can come back up. That's a nice big one four inches long. See how that one is. That's one that's been in that muddle long time crawfish wasn't always a delicacy and only people in the swamp eight. It says he but now forty years after his dad I got into the business. It's a global billion dollar industry. No Easy Anna produces more than ninety percent of all crawfish crawfish in the United States and the industry makes more than three hundred million dollars annually. Creating seven thousand direct and indirect jobs jobs. That's according to the Louisiana crawfish promotion and Research Board. It's not an easy job heat. Ligi tells me as he finishes his shift planting pots. Not Easy about this. What makes it so hard well? It's it's nonstop. You know sitting in that boat driving with your feet you no. You're doing like five things at one time. You know. It's hot and -squitoes sweating and just messing with fish. Just it it just. It'll it'll chip away at sure. It's rewarding at the end of the day. Your dog dead tired. You know but you got a beautiful the crawfish but it's not very body and it's not fair but it takes a special kind of person commodity and do this if you don't get dirty. This is not for you. Tell you that I've seen myself up to my waist and murderer quite a few dogs but but it's It's God's country you know it's it's it's outdoors. It's it's I mean. Where can you get this year? I mean you can't go to the movies and get this man. It's just there's nothing like kit. And it's not just the outdoor life in a boat full of crawfish which is awarding Have a passion for you know. It's my Hartson. You know It's about out to me providing service and satisfying customer making someone smart and to me. That's what that's where the payoffs out and do you think. Many people people realize what goes into getting Gideon crawfish. That's able to no not at all. They have no idea most of them. Most of there's the boss duty call hold on. Hey as he lake texoma. The topic capture crawfish. Some one hundred thirty miles east of Scott. Lunch Service is coming to an end at the Italian accented Red Gravy cafe in the center of New Orleans a city which draws tourists to its celebrated restaurants from all over the world lost orders of meatballs balls and shrimp and grits being served at the hungry diner's but sadly crawfish which I really want to try is not on the menu today chef and owner owner Roseanne row. Stoker takes a seat at the table at the front of the cafe and has brought to you by a member of staff like he leisure. She understands the importance importance of keeping customers. Happy what we do back. There is a labor of love. And if you don't love cooking why you you may as well just paint on the sidewalks and do something that makes you happy. There are days when I don't WanNa do it. Sometimes we wake up and the the first thing I did my mouth is I. Don't WanNa play restaurant today and you just don't want to do it but the people that are coming into really care what my how I feel. They know they want their meatball. They want their Omelette. They want their coffee. They want their pancakes. They want their sandwich and my job is to give it to them and as a result I get pretty much do whatever I want when I don't WanNa make certain object anymore. I take it off the menu. I don't WanNa Cook that anymore. And it's off the menu so to me. This is freedom I could work for somebody else in. They could tell me what to do. And I'd be miserable or I could say to myself. Look you put yourself off in this situation. I didn't have to spend my money and open a restaurant. I could have invested wisely and gotten a job. I don't like to work for people and I don't want anybody. Hey to tell me what to do so to me this job. This is freedom and I kind of feel like if I was a writer or painter I would feel the same way you can do. Whatever everyone that freedom of being self employed comes with potential downsides the catering industry as a tough competitive business business with long hours but resemble lease they'll always be a need for restaurants like red gravy when it comes to the service industry? I think it's like Nick. The funeral homes. You're always going to need them. People are always gonNA dime people have to eat. Not Everybody wants to concentrate on cooking so I. I don't think there's a big fear of anything happening to restaurants. They could potentially become automated. Where maybe you don't need your service staff but unless you you want to go in the kitchen and get your dish and set your own table and for your own drink you need the service down the service industry? I don't think there's ever GONNA in been in any danger is people have to eat. People are GONNA die. Those are the things that we never have to worry about both chef and crawfish farmer a working behind the scenes playing significant but largely invisible roles providing services to customers who they may never meet these. Two American workers apart of photography project called dignity at work. The American experience which was launched by the International Labor Organization is ation or I L O on its two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and Tannery. The project is documenting. The working life of people across the United States the low A. Specialized United Nations agency focuses on advancing social justice and promoting decent work doc not just in the US but globally it's leading UN efforts to answer how technology demographic shifts globalization and climate climate change. Will shape work in the future. Kevin Cassidy is the director of the Office for the United States. We started back in July ally to meet with everyday. Workers People in different professions rising professions fading professions iconic popular emerging jobs. We wanted to look at Cross section of people from corporate lawyers to technologists and surgeons to tattoo artists farmers and Rodeo clowns. So you've just to really get a real cross section of work in America today so many different types of people do they have anything in common. What I've noticed is that everybody Lee has said that they don't feel like it's.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

UN News

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

"This is Daniel Dickinson for U. N.. News Passion and storytelling a tour of the key ingredients to become a wine expert according to so Michelle Gaetan. A certified smiliar based in New Orleans in United States biscay tone transition from politics to event management and then became came one of the minority of female semillas currently working in the US. She spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project cold dignity at work the American experience documents the working life of people across the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Islands Office for the United States sent down with her during a tasting event at a wind. Cornball in New Orleans we focus on education that's the main focus here at Swirl I'm a consultant. I work throughout the city. This is one of my main stays. It's one of the places to work at because people come in You know for education for Great Selection Beth. The owner does a great job of selecting electing wines. That are Boutique Artisanal. That's what we focus on so we pour by the glass we retail shop so by the bottles well and a lot of seminars seminars. Which I've been part of Teaching some of the seminars as well so lot of educational efforts here. Did you ever think you'd be doing this. Show twenty years ago I was in D.. We see in politics. I got the hell out of After a very successful race but after that I worked in event management and With a company that was global so I traveled the world but wine and food and people were passion New Orleans is home Tom. I came back five years ago. So what was the inflection point. When did you decide? This is what I'm GONNA do honestly. I was was working on a yacht in in Europe for the company I worked with and I was planning. I planned this big event I loved wine at the time I was interested but when it became a passion and it just became an obsession with this one point out on the after the event the stewardess of the yacht came up and said. Would you like a glass of wine. I was exhausted ahead. You know planned all the travel arrangements for everybody participating summating everything from sunup to sundown and when she gave me a glass of Chardonnay. And I wanted to call bull I tasted it and it was burgundy which I knew the difference between American Chardonnay and and French Chardonnay. But that was the moment when I realized that even within one region lesion burgundy you can have so many different styles ones so at that point it became an obsession and a star trek to get certifications and be where I am today. She wanted take to be certified a lot of drinking a lot of tasting a lot of study. It's very very difficult to test a hard Certification and then I've been through the third level To go on to get your masters I've had colleagues. That have stopped stopped working because they need to study for several years years I decided to move back to New Orleans. My job as a master here would not be worth it. I would have have to go elsewhere so I haven't pursued the master level but I'm very happy with where I'm at but it's a Lotta work. It's it's a lot of studying a lot of work and I don't think most people realize realized you drink for a living. Well really I mean kind of but It's it's it's studying is intense. You give me an example apple of something that you doing recently that you thought this is exactly why I do what I do. I mean that's almost every day. I work in my environment when I introduced somebody to something that they he wouldn't have fathomed. You know people people nervous they. They are scared to say a lot of people are scared to say. They don't know a lot about why but they say oh well. I love of calves but as soon as I give them what I love to do is just give them a simple TESA. Tell me you like bold reds and give you a taste of something completely different that you know you haven't heard of just now. I just poured a pig near leto sparkling wine which is from Italy for somebody and then this. It's amazing how good you know but it's to give people that experience that says. Wow this is cool. You just opened my you know. I just opened their mind up to something something new and different and unique and for me. I go home happy end of the day if somebody's had a unique experience because that's how am I passed. That's how I got started. I had a unique experience experience on a yacht. I like when people leave with a unique experience. I can go home and sleep. You really truly a teacher. I am an educator. I love a love. Educating three characteristics that really important in your business would've three skill sets. Maybe passion is number one because the money is not in this job. There's no there's a lot of money passionate number one number two is Yeah Culture and people and I feel like I'm from New Orleans is a lot of culture in my town in my blood but the the culture what I'm talking about when I say culture culture is the storytelling behind the ones. I think that's so important. It's not about like you said it's not about the technical. It's not about you. How long were the groups mass reading on the skins or how much Mala lactic fermentation to get through? Its you talk about the families and the people behind these wines. I I like stories. That's more of a selling point than the technical data in any level of understanding at my level. You know I appreciate it. Why less because of technical nickel data more because of the story and what? I'm tasting the experience of that moment to read to absolutely being in this industry for a long time and in different states and working in different positions from either selling wine or buying wine and working with customers. A lot of people. Ask me well. What's your favorite wine? which should I drink today tonight? which should I order woods. The best wine. What's the best pairing? My my first question is what do you typically like a woody in the mood for because if I give them my favorite everybody's different so you have to read people so you have to kind of almost dissect their pallet before you recommend to Just more on the kind of job side of things now. You mentioned that in order to go to the higher level. You'd probably have to move from New Orleans but your choice desires to stay here in your hometown so to speak so she wouldn't look mean to you. Workers Important obviously but family in culture very important to so for me. It's finding the balance between my work. My Passion my family culture. That's what working in Sydney. You're you're following it. It's not even just passion. What I often hear from people is that this is my gift on very good? I think I am. I've I've been told that but yes I it's not just passion you have to have maybe a gift or an act but I think that that gift. Your Napkin come with passion. You know you can develop that when you have the passion to develop it and mindedness Chris above until you work before in Washington and you've moved on and you've worked on that boat and you we're putting together planning for Party is now the some a and you have another job that you do as well to to make ends meet here. Yeah so what What have you learned about About yourself and the world around you in in the world of work shall we say and I have learned that that I love experiencing other people in other cultures but also a to be very open to opportunities and that has gotten me along way because there is some opportunities that came. They were presented to me that I I almost feared I've learned not to be fearful and if you if you can't get beyond that you can't be successful and you have to fail and fail and fail before you can be successful or feel like you're good and successful what you do Systems to your canoeist yes absolutely persistence. And yes and creativity to make ends meet. And I've hit rock bottom autumn and I've failed and I've you know lived in cars and sofas and couches and I had a great job in my twenties and I left it all from my passion. And what advice do you give to. For example young women were looking for the world of work looking forward to that. Follow your dreams. Don't let let fear get away and they very open to opportunities even if you don't think it's the right one even if you don't think it's within the realm of your study the or your sphere. I mean I was a political science and literature major so and dance his bed it all of my everything has been left entrance but those are. There's a good turns to tape..

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Passion and story-telling central to wine business

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09:33 min | 1 year ago

Passion and story-telling central to wine business

"Passion and storytelling a tour of the key ingredients to become a wine expert according to so Michelle Gaetan. A certified smiliar based in New Orleans in United States biscay tone transition from politics to event management and then became came one of the minority of female semillas currently working in the US. She spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project cold dignity at work the American experience documents the working life of people across the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Islands Office for the United States sent down with her during a tasting event at a wind. Cornball in New Orleans we focus on education that's the main focus here at Swirl I'm a consultant. I work throughout the city. This is one of my main stays. It's one of the places to work at because people come in You know for education for Great Selection Beth. The owner does a great job of selecting electing wines. That are Boutique Artisanal. That's what we focus on so we pour by the glass we retail shop so by the bottles well and a lot of seminars seminars. Which I've been part of Teaching some of the seminars as well so lot of educational efforts here. Did you ever think you'd be doing this. Show twenty years ago I was in D.. We see in politics. I got the hell out of After a very successful race but after that I worked in event management and With a company that was global so I traveled the world but wine and food and people were passion New Orleans is home Tom. I came back five years ago. So what was the inflection point. When did you decide? This is what I'm GONNA do honestly. I was was working on a yacht in in Europe for the company I worked with and I was planning. I planned this big event I loved wine at the time I was interested but when it became a passion and it just became an obsession with this one point out on the after the event the stewardess of the yacht came up and said. Would you like a glass of wine. I was exhausted ahead. You know planned all the travel arrangements for everybody participating summating everything from sunup to sundown and when she gave me a glass of Chardonnay. And I wanted to call bull I tasted it and it was burgundy which I knew the difference between American Chardonnay and and French Chardonnay. But that was the moment when I realized that even within one region lesion burgundy you can have so many different styles ones so at that point it became an obsession and a star trek to get certifications and be where I am today. She wanted take to be certified a lot of drinking a lot of tasting a lot of study. It's very very difficult to test a hard Certification and then I've been through the third level To go on to get your masters I've had colleagues. That have stopped stopped working because they need to study for several years years I decided to move back to New Orleans. My job as a master here would not be worth it. I would have have to go elsewhere so I haven't pursued the master level but I'm very happy with where I'm at but it's a Lotta work. It's it's a lot of studying a lot of work and I don't think most people realize realized you drink for a living. Well really I mean kind of but It's it's it's studying is intense. You give me an example apple of something that you doing recently that you thought this is exactly why I do what I do. I mean that's almost every day. I work in my environment when I introduced somebody to something that they he wouldn't have fathomed. You know people people nervous they. They are scared to say a lot of people are scared to say. They don't know a lot about why but they say oh well. I love of calves but as soon as I give them what I love to do is just give them a simple TESA. Tell me you like bold reds and give you a taste of something completely different that you know you haven't heard of just now. I just poured a pig near leto sparkling wine which is from Italy for somebody and then this. It's amazing how good you know but it's to give people that experience that says. Wow this is cool. You just opened my you know. I just opened their mind up to something something new and different and unique and for me. I go home happy end of the day if somebody's had a unique experience because that's how am I passed. That's how I got started. I had a unique experience experience on a yacht. I like when people leave with a unique experience. I can go home and sleep. You really truly a teacher. I am an educator. I love a love. Educating three characteristics that really important in your business would've three skill sets. Maybe passion is number one because the money is not in this job. There's no there's a lot of money passionate number one number two is Yeah Culture and people and I feel like I'm from New Orleans is a lot of culture in my town in my blood but the the culture what I'm talking about when I say culture culture is the storytelling behind the ones. I think that's so important. It's not about like you said it's not about the technical. It's not about you. How long were the groups mass reading on the skins or how much Mala lactic fermentation to get through? Its you talk about the families and the people behind these wines. I I like stories. That's more of a selling point than the technical data in any level of understanding at my level. You know I appreciate it. Why less because of technical nickel data more because of the story and what? I'm tasting the experience of that moment to read to absolutely being in this industry for a long time and in different states and working in different positions from either selling wine or buying wine and working with customers. A lot of people. Ask me well. What's your favorite wine? which should I drink today tonight? which should I order woods. The best wine. What's the best pairing? My my first question is what do you typically like a woody in the mood for because if I give them my favorite everybody's different so you have to read people so you have to kind of almost dissect their pallet before you recommend to Just more on the kind of job side of things now. You mentioned that in order to go to the higher level. You'd probably have to move from New Orleans but your choice desires to stay here in your hometown so to speak so she wouldn't look mean to you. Workers Important obviously but family in culture very important to so for me. It's finding the balance between my work. My Passion my family culture. That's what working in Sydney. You're you're following it. It's not even just passion. What I often hear from people is that this is my gift on very good? I think I am. I've I've been told that but yes I it's not just passion you have to have maybe a gift or an act but I think that that gift. Your Napkin come with passion. You know you can develop that when you have the passion to develop it and mindedness Chris above until you work before in Washington and you've moved on and you've worked on that boat and you we're putting together planning for Party is now the some a and you have another job that you do as well to to make ends meet here. Yeah so what What have you learned about About yourself and the world around you in in the world of work shall we say and I have learned that that I love experiencing other people in other cultures but also a to be very open to opportunities and that has gotten me along way because there is some opportunities that came. They were presented to me that I I almost feared I've learned not to be fearful and if you if you can't get beyond that you can't be successful and you have to fail and fail and fail before you can be successful or feel like you're good and successful what you do Systems to your canoeist yes absolutely persistence. And yes and creativity to make ends meet. And I've hit rock bottom autumn and I've failed and I've you know lived in cars and sofas and couches and I had a great job in my twenties and I left it all from my passion. And what advice do you give to. For example young women were looking for the world of work looking forward to that. Follow your dreams. Don't let let fear get away and they very open to opportunities even if you don't think it's the right

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

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08:44 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

"This is Daniel Dickinson for U. N.. News a woman chef a New Orleans in United States has been telling you a news how the restaurant business business and cooking in particular has been a lifelong labor of love for her Roseanne Rosta. Kerr decided she wanted to be a chef at age fourteen and ultimately opened her own restaurant nine years ago she spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project called dignity at work. The American experience documents the working life of people across the the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Eiloz Office for the. US sat down with a following a busy shift at her restaurant. Red gravy in in New Orleans. We moved here in two thousand and ten my boyfriend and I and he gave up his law practice to down here and do this with me. I always wanted a restaurant some time I was ten years old. My mom had gone back to work. It was nineteen seventy two and prior to that it. It was a one income family. My father worked. My mother was home. Become you know the seventies you wanted things. It was time for the MOMS to go to work and she did. I had an older brother who was baseball. Football paper route all that that kept him out of the house younger sister that I had to come home and watch and get dinner started which I loved doing. I didn't mind at all. I used to watch Julia Child. And the galloping gourmet everybody else's watching bugs bunny and and and the other thing that's on but I learned how to make a rue when I was ten years old and I didn't even know what I was doing. I just knew that I could make Brown gravy. Maybe better than my mother. I knew that and it got to the point where I was giving my mother. The shopping list come. I'm too young too young to go to the market to give me this. Give me this this that and the other thing and they were coming home to meals that were you know they were good. I thought I was doing well and then when I wanted to go to cooking school in high school in Bergen County. They had a vocational high school. You could go to the public high school you go to a parochial high school or you go to the vocational school which was Bergen Tech and that was where I wanted to go. I knew I wanted to do when I was fourteen years old but they said No. You can't go no job for women. So I went to a parochial high school segregated from the boys which I didn't care for at all and that was the direction that I went when it came time to go to college. I asked again. Can I go to Johnson and Wales. Can I go to the culinary institute but my mom worked at Fairleigh Dickinson University Teaneck and as a result we could go to college college. They're for free so blue collar family. It's either we're going to spend money on the middle child to go to cooking school. Follow some pipe dream or we're all gonna go to fairly Dickinson and I went fairleigh Dickinson and I was going to be an English teacher. What can I do that gets me out of an office because I knew I didn't want to be in an office and I went to school to college for a semester and a half before I dropped out I had gotten engaged young when I was about nineteen years old and once my future husband and I had decided that so we were going to get married and I said well you know what. I don't want to be an English teacher. I know I don't WanNa do that so I quit. And I went to work for newspaper doing classified ads. We got married. We had our children. This is the mid eighties and in the late eighties early nineties when it was time for me to go back to work because my kids. We're old enough that they didn't need round the clock care and we could do daycare. I got a job at a company. Called Dak- I think it was called full working at the corporate kitchen of ups so's my first job as a professional cook. I live I mean the entire resume I said I had a catering business I said I did pies for the holidays but I knew how to do it. I just had to get my foot in the door. Four and it just so happened that it was a female chef who maybe wanted to give me a chance but she hired me and then I'm like okay. I got to talk talk. I need to walk the walk and within six months I was her sous chef so I pulled it off and we kept going. We worked together for a year at that particular account and it was a brand new kitchen. Everything was shining and sparkling and worked. And everything you wanted did there was three and four and then we lost that account because as is with corporate dining they're always bringing in new clients and you lose the accountant and you go work someplace else. So we went from this beautiful corporate kitchen of the United States Postal Service ups to ramp college. And I think the kitchen was five hundred years old. The Grease was certainly five hundred years old. The mice were five hundred years old and I took one step into that kitchen and Chinese and there wasn't anything everything was broken. The officers were small smell bad she left for another thing and they gave me the account. I'm running this account a year and a half after I first walked into the kitchen and managing a one point two million dollar recount. I have no idea what I'm doing. When it comes to the numbers I had to be taught how to take an inventory and I just kept moving up that ladder? I never wanted to stay with. They hired they hired me to make Tuna Salad Chicken Salad and Egg Salad and then from eleven o'clock until three o'clock work the Deli line making sandwiches for people some weird combinations. I mean there are people who put onions and mayonnaise and Salami the on the tuna sandwich. I've eaten some weird shit. I mean I had two babies. I know what it's like to eat somewhere you know. I'm trying to smile Lila. I'm preparing you all sandwich. The whole New York in May is now. I left that for a little while. I don't know how now honest you want me to be on this thing but I did leave the cooking industry for a little while to become New York. City's most vicious dominatrix and I did that. For about out. Five years I worked out of a studio in New York on twenty four while but I didn't like the commute and I didn't like sitting around and waiting to get picked. I don't like authority. And they don't like somebody to look at me and say no. No no I want somebody else so I went into business for myself and I turned the family basement sment into a dungeon slash studio told my kids never come downstairs and this is no place for you. A- and I continue to do that until nine eleven and then all the disposable income in New York dried up nobody wanted to spend money back on frivolity. If we might be going to war at any minute and I got the older I wasn't I wasn't young like the regular Dominatrix matrixes who were like twenty eight and do anything. I was in my late thirties at this so I did that for awhile while decided okay. I can't keep doing this. I'm too old. I'm certainly not GonNa just do anything these guys ask and I also wanted a lot of money. I was getting almost hundred dollars an hour to do this so talk about the lottery. I went back to work in the kitchen for half half of what I had been making eight years earlier but I very quickly work myself going back up again because I wasn't going to stay at that same level and by the time time I left to move here I moved here in two thousand ten. The last cooking job I had was the executive chef at the New York Stock Exchange won't and I left that to go to the county college of Morris to be the director of the account because I wanted to learn the back of the house a little bit. I want to learn the office. I knew how to cook. I knew how to.

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Restaurant business is a labour of love

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08:41 min | 1 year ago

Restaurant business is a labour of love

"A woman chef a New Orleans in United States has been telling you a news how the restaurant business business and cooking in particular has been a lifelong labor of love for her Roseanne Rosta. Kerr decided she wanted to be a chef at age fourteen and ultimately opened her own restaurant nine years ago she spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project called dignity at work. The American experience documents the working life of people across the the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Eiloz Office for the. US sat down with a following a busy shift at her restaurant. Red gravy in in New Orleans. We moved here in two thousand and ten my boyfriend and I and he gave up his law practice to down here and do this with me. I always wanted a restaurant some time I was ten years old. My mom had gone back to work. It was nineteen seventy two and prior to that it. It was a one income family. My father worked. My mother was home. Become you know the seventies you wanted things. It was time for the MOMS to go to work and she did. I had an older brother who was baseball. Football paper route all that that kept him out of the house younger sister that I had to come home and watch and get dinner started which I loved doing. I didn't mind at all. I used to watch Julia Child. And the galloping gourmet everybody else's watching bugs bunny and and and the other thing that's on but I learned how to make a rue when I was ten years old and I didn't even know what I was doing. I just knew that I could make Brown gravy. Maybe better than my mother. I knew that and it got to the point where I was giving my mother. The shopping list come. I'm too young too young to go to the market to give me this. Give me this this that and the other thing and they were coming home to meals that were you know they were good. I thought I was doing well and then when I wanted to go to cooking school in high school in Bergen County. They had a vocational high school. You could go to the public high school you go to a parochial high school or you go to the vocational school which was Bergen Tech and that was where I wanted to go. I knew I wanted to do when I was fourteen years old but they said No. You can't go no job for women. So I went to a parochial high school segregated from the boys which I didn't care for at all and that was the direction that I went when it came time to go to college. I asked again. Can I go to Johnson and Wales. Can I go to the culinary institute but my mom worked at Fairleigh Dickinson University Teaneck and as a result we could go to college college. They're for free so blue collar family. It's either we're going to spend money on the middle child to go to cooking school. Follow some pipe dream or we're all gonna go to fairly Dickinson and I went fairleigh Dickinson and I was going to be an English teacher. What can I do that gets me out of an office because I knew I didn't want to be in an office and I went to school to college for a semester and a half before I dropped out I had gotten engaged young when I was about nineteen years old and once my future husband and I had decided that so we were going to get married and I said well you know what. I don't want to be an English teacher. I know I don't WanNa do that so I quit. And I went to work for newspaper doing classified ads. We got married. We had our children. This is the mid eighties and in the late eighties early nineties when it was time for me to go back to work because my kids. We're old enough that they didn't need round the clock care and we could do daycare. I got a job at a company. Called Dak- I think it was called full working at the corporate kitchen of ups so's my first job as a professional cook. I live I mean the entire resume I said I had a catering business I said I did pies for the holidays but I knew how to do it. I just had to get my foot in the door. Four and it just so happened that it was a female chef who maybe wanted to give me a chance but she hired me and then I'm like okay. I got to talk talk. I need to walk the walk and within six months I was her sous chef so I pulled it off and we kept going. We worked together for a year at that particular account and it was a brand new kitchen. Everything was shining and sparkling and worked. And everything you wanted did there was three and four and then we lost that account because as is with corporate dining they're always bringing in new clients and you lose the accountant and you go work someplace else. So we went from this beautiful corporate kitchen of the United States Postal Service ups to ramp college. And I think the kitchen was five hundred years old. The Grease was certainly five hundred years old. The mice were five hundred years old and I took one step into that kitchen and Chinese and there wasn't anything everything was broken. The officers were small smell bad she left for another thing and they gave me the account. I'm running this account a year and a half after I first walked into the kitchen and managing a one point two million dollar recount. I have no idea what I'm doing. When it comes to the numbers I had to be taught how to take an inventory and I just kept moving up that ladder? I never wanted to stay with. They hired they hired me to make Tuna Salad Chicken Salad and Egg Salad and then from eleven o'clock until three o'clock work the Deli line making sandwiches for people some weird combinations. I mean there are people who put onions and mayonnaise and Salami the on the tuna sandwich. I've eaten some weird shit. I mean I had two babies. I know what it's like to eat somewhere you know. I'm trying to smile Lila. I'm preparing you all sandwich. The whole New York in May is now. I left that for a little while. I don't know how now honest you want me to be on this thing but I did leave the cooking industry for a little while to become New York. City's most vicious dominatrix and I did that. For about out. Five years I worked out of a studio in New York on twenty four while but I didn't like the commute and I didn't like sitting around and waiting to get picked. I don't like authority. And they don't like somebody to look at me and say no. No no I want somebody else so I went into business for myself and I turned the family basement sment into a dungeon slash studio told my kids never come downstairs and this is no place for you. A- and I continue to do that until nine eleven and then all the disposable income in New York dried up nobody wanted to spend money back on frivolity. If we might be going to war at any minute and I got the older I wasn't I wasn't young like the regular Dominatrix matrixes who were like twenty eight and do anything. I was in my late thirties at this so I did that for awhile while decided okay. I can't keep doing this. I'm too old. I'm certainly not GonNa just do anything these guys ask and I also wanted a lot of money. I was getting almost hundred dollars an hour to do this so talk about the lottery. I went back to work in the kitchen for half half of what I had been making eight years earlier but I very quickly work myself going back up again because I wasn't going to stay at that same level and by the time time I left to move here I moved here in two thousand ten. The last cooking job I had was the executive chef at the New York Stock Exchange won't and I left that to go to the county college of Morris to be the director of the account because I wanted to learn the back of the house a little bit. I want to learn the office. I knew how to cook. I knew how to

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

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10:59 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on UN News

"Voodoo priestess or a long haul heavy load truckdriver never the answer? According to Director of the International Labor Organization's Office for the United States is a quiet dignity and pride in their jobs the the ILO is currently undertaking. A photography project called dignity at work the American experience which is documenting the jobs of hundreds of American workers in around around one hundred cities across the United States the ILO specialized United Nations agency which celebrating. Its centenary this year focuses on advancing social justice and promoting decent work not just in. US But across the world then you'll Dickinson spoke to the US director. Kevin Cassidy doing a visit to the southern new state of Louisiana and asked him to explain what the project is hoping to achieve. We've started back in July to meet with everyday workers. People in different professions rising professions fading professions iconic popular emerging jobs. We wanted to look at a cross section of people from corporate lawyers to technologist and surgeons to tattoo artists farmers and Rodeo clowns so just to really get at a real cross section of work in America today so many different types of people do they have anything in common. What I've noticed is that everybody has has said that they don't feel like it's work because they enjoy what they do? They've found not only their passion but their gift and this is really moved me to think about loud work in a very different way. They talk about not being a family but being communities communities are people who come together to create something of value for the rest of of society to enjoy and this could be anything from a small business person who is running in advance beauty college in Los Angeles California to someone who is a crawler Looking at long haul trucking Here in Lafayette Louisiana. So what are you trying to to achieve by traveling course country and documenting all these different experiences. The International Labor Organization turns one Hundred Years Old. This year we're the oldest institution in the UN system We started the year with a report called the future of work creating a brighter future and in that report report we make recommendations for as we look forward over the horizon. What would the world of work look like? And some of the voices we had heard were concerned that algorithms and technology going to displace people and that people would become the digital day workers that they would not have professions for themselves so in looking looking at this and looking at the workers around us we realized that people It will always be involved in work. Work is about the nexus between the social and economic people and the interaction of people is what generates economy algorithms robots do not buy goods or services so people will always always be a part of that work so he wanted to show the humanity of that we one of the show the quiet dignity that people bring to their job and their activities every day and and we also wanted to uncover the invisible. No one cares about the Engine mechanic for a jet engine as long as the plane stays. He's in the air. No one cares if the food is great unless of course the food is tainted there are millions of people out there doing the jobs that we don't even know that they're there we pass them by bus drivers Subway conductors People who are farming our food people who are Developing creative things for US developing software to improve our lives and we never even know that these people exist so we want to make the invisible visible visible so here in Louisiana. You met a crawfish Pharma. Why is it important that people understand what that aren't man does on a daily basis? I'VE WORKED IN DEVELOPMENT FOR THIRTY FIVE years and most of my work has been overseas in the what we would call the developing world with the emerging economies and as the director for this office in the United States. I wanted to give people a picture of what work in the US was. I don't know of a a lot of people actually know the different professions that exist here but across farmer is similar to a fisherman Whether that person is in Malaysia Indonesia or in Thailand There are people who do the same type of jobs here in the states that people do overseas they suffer the same elements of being out on the water of trying to catch the fish or raise the crawfish or to trap the lobsters to provide to people That again is very similar in action but across the world so there there is a connection between all these people because everyone that I have spoken to almost almost without fail have said I'm trying to develop a quality product and deliver that to people and when it makes them happy and I can provide a living not only for myself off but for those around me the people who work for me the people who depend upon my catch or the crops that I raise that they are actually responsible for creating creating jobs and everybody wants to have a job that will give them fulfillment that will give them identity and also be able to very basically put a roof over their head provide education for their children and provide for a happy life for themselves in their communities so we're really talking about universal experiences. Universal values absolutely work connects us to reality and then reality whether you are in Botswana Orla Sutu or whether you in Argentina or in Mexico or you are in New Mexico California Washington State. There is a connection between between all of us. We are in this web of our international globalized economy and again the the the benefit from my position is that the ILO was set into promotion at a time when this current economic system was one of many options and as we reflect back on these hundred years we realize that we are all connected in. This globalized belies economy but we are all connected as well too as people and families and communities so for me it has been an amazing journey. That has changed changed my mind about how I think and speak and an advise about work today. So it's changed your mind. Is that because as you've been surprised by the interactions you've had with people. I have an and in small ways. It's it's not big piffle so for example all I spoke to someone and you know often you know the word when we talk about when we like the job we do. You know that we're a part of family and the artistic director during the L. A.. Opera said you know we're not a family were community that comes together with skills and talents to create something of value for the society around us for their enjoyment and benefit. I spoke to a small entrepreneur Who told me when he got into creating his own business? He thought it was because he wanted to be his own boss. And the one thing that he realized after ten years was that when he became a businessman and ran his own business. Everybody became his boss when I spoke to a woman who was the fashion editor for a very well known Magazine that this was her passion but it was not her gift wbt and she shifted her career to bring the gift out because with her gift she was able to sustain her enjoyment of the work that she did and so many times today. We see people who don't enjoy what they do that. It impacts upon productivity that impacts upon economic growth that impacts upon the individuals happiness in the workplace so if people are passionate and have a gift for doing something and they bring that to bear the economy increases because you have greater productivity ready you have greater deliverables and this is important not only to the employer but also to the employees. You've been asking these working people whether they're worried about. `Bout advances in technology robots. That may replace them take their jobs. What's been their reaction? I think overall what I've heard is that they won't that. Technology is there but technology has always been there whether it is from a paddle to a sale or a plow to a tractor tractor today. You know we've moved beyond the technology that has helped us do the physical work. We are now confronted by the digital technology that is and the artificial official intelligence and machine. Learning that is coming out to help us do the analytical calculations that increase the activities around the world economically and socially so so when I spoke to for example the surgeon in the robotics laboratory in the Cleveland Clinic. He says that you know this technology helps me do do better work and reduces the discomfort and the scarring reduces hospitalization and. It is a better way of helping people. So they feel that the technology yes it will be there and we will use that technology and we will learn how to use that technology to improve humankind so people are not fearful by enlarge from. My experience is about the technology but they do understand that they need the learning. The lifelong learning that will make the technology serve humankind. This this is just a small very diverse. Section of the American workforce. Have you found people to be basically optimistic. Dick about their working future absolutely anomaly. They're working future but the future of their children. I think what happens. Is that if we stand at one moment in time you know maybe we you might see things going too fast for us and and this happens when people retire or when people are in isolated communities and so but I think that the people that we have have been speaking to have been connected to the economy connected to the community and they have a sense of what is necessary for them so they have been understanding how how the world has been changing what we need to do and have been preparing not only themselves but their children for those changes and the thing that I'm seeing more and more of now is is that people believe in their craft. They believe in their art. They believe in their skills and their talents and that is something that is really unshakeable in a lot of people now some may start on a path and they may change along the way there on no straight lines and life but by and large people have been very positive to meet these challenges. Not only with great Gusto but with anticipation of a better life for their children as well..

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And I'll see yes he said cardinals and nats ten nights are out in Saint Louis the ALCS is now set as well as decisively the Astros put away the Tampa Bay rays last night down in Houston six one the final four run first inning that's really all Gary Cole needed as for eleven straight game he gave you double digit strikeouts he finished with ten I mean he was downright dominant eight innings of brilliant work by what is going to be the site award winner in the American League as he gets set to hit free agency this offseason but that's neither here nor there now the goal is to try to win another World Series and you know make it to two of the last three years right as they try and the answers due to try one another fall classic and was the rays gave I yeah you got more from Tampa Bay bogus in this series than ever expected the fact that they were down two games in a goal back hold the fact that they got the series back down to Houston it's a credit to them year concerned a little bit about that Stroh's offense no concern last night whether it be glass out tipping pitches as he did because you could clearly see it when he was given up those four runs in that top and bottom after the first inning I he went back to watch the video after he's you know a curve in a fast ball the hitters were right on it and he held it's the interesting thing though like you think you when you're watching the game when scouts watch a game they're looking for things that are completely different when teams are watching it they're looking for things that are completely different and EQ put upon review you could clearly tell or see how he was holding his glove when he was thrown a curve as compared to how is holding his glove when he was holding a fat one who's about to throw a fastball as clear as day I think they did a side by side with the was on ESPN MLB network and I did pick up on it at the time watching the game but going back and he referenced the video after I got off the mound in the bottom after the first day saying that was weird watch the video and realized what he did improperly Astros were able jump out on top of it and once they got that four run lead I think that was pretty much all she wrote and a great job by fox with that those two back to back replays the one that I saw live and caught my eye when fragmented scored the fourth runny stops a Corradini says something to qureia before he goes up to head I didn't know if it was an a and right away this is it are they stealing signs the tipping pitches and then I watch him and I noticed he had a little kind of flick of his glove and then went into his motion I thought maybe the flick was only happen on certain pages but he did it on everything so then you know then I'm kinda looking I. N. C. alive but the side by side picture of his hands held at is let as the letters of the Jersey for one page and then half way down his chest for another yeah I mean and I don't know who saw it first in the astral bull pen and then Kevin Cassidy afterwards as they saw the hit the ball you they know what's coming and hit it with his true just kind of true but whoever forever figured out who does the van and then a good job by the actual batters to jump on it because the game was almost over at that point assuming Cole was gonna be coal anyone any was and and we get this year is now bogus that we all wanted yeah you know you you wanted now they get you know I want to see even though I pick the match you know the the Dodgers obviously were as brilliant as they were in the regular season it's disappointing that they're not there in the National League Championship Series but that's a card should be fun and St Louis is a great baseball town in Washington will be hopping but we get Astros Yankees the two heavy weights the two teams that were the best teams in the American League during the course of the regular season we get them now for the American League Championship Series tomorrow night down in Houston and the Yankees have not named their starter yet it'll be grantee game one Berlin game to goal coal game three back at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx on Tuesday night that's the way the Stroh's la starters are gonna be set up for AJ hands and we get the battle the heavy weights which I'm look really looking forward to because I think as a chance to be an epic Sears I said this more than once probably do you most like your Cinderella is a good story yeah sometimes you'll Cinderella gets to the end and then doesn't finish the job usually it doesn't like I I like one verse one I. like one first two I like the top four teams being in the final four I'll I like the heavy weights and this is the only bad thing about this is it's not gonna decide the whole thing and obviously can't because of both American League teams but you know these are these are due to meet a true most dangerous teams in baseball and we should get a pretty epic series from them yeah and an end to tea was wary of the dominance in the brilliance of the starters for the Astros against really kind of the you know okay nature get it done nature of the Yankee starting rotation with a complete brilliant at times but the dominance of the back into the bullpen the fast say because his will to go as deep as he can with the starters and the Yankees are trying to get into that bull pen as quickly as.

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Edged here that type of stuff Tom Brady went down with an Achilles the only time I got hurt his entire career and I was fist pumping in my living room at home because the jet fighter jet their starting pitching dominance has been on display for the first two games Kevin Cassidy he was Berlin or after Justin Verlander tall seven one eight innings in the opener on the heels of Gerrit Cole fifteen strike out jamming game to cash had the power to sell a lot of power me has fast ball really going to miss the top of the song cash is the ball to a former astro with hopes of keeping a seasonal live elimination games frozen rays baseball tonight is now and in that isis this is baseball tonight on ESPN radio and ESPN now Major League Baseball playoff games your ESPN radio the venue shifting to Tampa for game three raises rose with Houston's dominant starting pitching the backbone to wins the first two Zach great he certainly has a tough act to follow another three to pitch here comes star does this is right he threw a ninety one mile an hour Slater first write down number fifteen to nine eighteen down here the.

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Got his full rest going into this game I will blast out healthy he's been a reliever or a starter since he's come back and don't forget you also got lakes now sit around there yeah if they go through these guys to get the vehicle could feel or smell might need to come in for a match up any forgot Nick Anderson who's just flat out nasty I think any Kevin Cassidy yesterday everybody is available right this game and just like you just mentioned that is the way that you have to approach and manage a one game playoff yeah this is it we're talking to spectra bay news nine sports reporter my cans you can follow on Twitter at Mike cairns five for the more casual fan who doesn't know really aiming about the ETS what stands out to you about that because I can't imagine a lot of Tampa Bay fans have been watching Oaklyn ETS games this season right where most of us are in bed by that time if you do happen maybe even on a national game where they played the Yankees at their light Yankee fans in town though the best depicted team the American League so what that's another reason why I don't see this is a high scoring game. I think any runs the race get early to establish some kind of early leader gonna be premium because they have the best defense in the American League and they have a nasty Lana they have a bunch of great hitters in Davis Chapman sending in that they have a bunch of guys who can hit long balls are our team they do hit for average and you have a better than average speed so if you're just a casual fan the thing you want to think about as the race get an early lead on a team that's as defensive minded as he gazed at the great side because the last thing you want to open it up on your at home and then have the defense that they have it's going to be a tough climb to the race to come back what's so great about this game is you have to the lowest payrolls in Major League Baseball going up against each other because they have such amazing seasons and it tells you that money doesn't necessarily buy a great team a lot of teams spent a lot more money than the raising the ETS and they're not in the playoffs this year so it's really it's it's a testament to both those organizations that they're in this game how do they stack up against each other what was the season series between two teams are the oak one one four and the rates one three so I was seven or a close look for the game yeah it was really close and they were really close games are very very good games and if on the eighth I have read did drop the first date you know what the heck yeah actor Moneyball right right fantastic movie people haven't watched it yet it's about the general manager of the Oakland ETS and it's it's death it's a great movie dark horse player to keep an eye on for the race tonight. our boy that's a great question I not necessarily be I guess for me okay you said dark horse I'm not going to go for heat would be adverse ideal Garcia because women I left the and he's got a really weird approach the place hi the baseball for those you don't follow the game closely what I mean is it by the time he releases the ball from his body gets really late so is left arm kind of wraps around you don't see the ball yeah if you're very late and with common acted ninety eight you have a very little time to pick it up so that that's when one of the things that's been to his advantage especially these last four wins out of file Garcia it's one of those guys who's been to the postseason he's been in games like this before and to me I think he's my dark horse for tonight we're talking to spectra made his nine sports reporter Mike cairns who host spectrum sports three sixty weeknights at ten thirty on channels nine one thousand nine and twelve oh nine let's switch gears for a moment regular season kicks off for the lightning tomorrow and as if they didn't put fans through enough last year with the disappointing into the season now we learn they switched out coke for Pepsi and Emily arena. not off to a great start in my opinion no. but I was with people who do and they're lost all of that's the jock and they were not at. what's what's different about this team compared to last year well they've added some depth at some key positions to the core unit when the entire core comes back in with you guys Patrick maroon Kevin Shattenkirk or two guys that you're gonna have to watch out for because marines coming off a Stanley Cup with the blues Shattenkirk is the guy in this whole careers VS tense years coming from the Rangers as you know yeah he's a guy coming off a meniscus when he got hurt the very first day of Rangers top after signing a big deal ranger and this is the cool thing about Jennifer and I ended up I actually had a chance to sit down and do a one on one in a story I'll be coming out next week not spectrum sports three sixty but the one thing he told me today especially you think the bolts have some unfinished business in something approve Shattenkirk is definitely that doctors here's a guy from New York one home got a big contract from his hometown team and then got hurt the first day of training camp and never played more than fifty games for the team in two years so he's as motivated as anybody because the light and try to get him twice he went to the cat and then the Rangers both times the lightning were in on the negotiations to try to get him in he chose as other two teens so he is excited to come back to a team with a chance to win a Stanley Cup I think he's going to be a big factor runes always been a great score wherever he's gone and if there's not enough leadership they just got two more guys with over ten years of experience to add to that core unit so I think the fact that they had to do very little as they did last year like I'm off to that great presidents Cup season I think they're in the same boat this year but Ryan here's the factor they have a nasty nasty schedule yeah I don't know what they did to check off the NHL schedule makers but the first two months they're on the road for almost every game and the like four games home this month three next month to go to Sweden for for a little five days off and I got played back to back in Sweden so if there's somehow in these games that they play all conference games for the most part. the five percent of them they can get through these first two months that might be the biggest thing that they have to really worry about as the season starts well I Stanley Cup a bus for the lightning no question about it this season and hopefully they can go all the way final question for you were talking to my Kerins from spectrum bay news nine tonight raise ETS what's your prediction. I made my prediction on air today so I'm gonna stick with it I think it's four to raise it again I think it's because they if they're able to supply Charlie Morton with enough early runs in the rays bullpen has been so good this year and then the fact that you have class now to back him up I think that's going to be enough so they can get on the board early I think they went so I think it's raised for aids two and I'm on a plane tomorrow morning Houston all right let's hope you're right Mike cairns from.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"One is intriguing. Philadelphia has not one in Toronto since November of two thousand twelve zero wins in the last thirteen games so advantage to run them. But the raptors are just awful in game once two and fourteen and in round one they were stunned on this very court by the Landau magic so advantage. I them with more on game one here in round two. We had to Scotiabank place in Canada launch. Carol awesome. Here's marquess tissue. Kevin. Thank you very much. And as Kevin alluded to sweets and two five game series open the Eastern Conference playoffs. And now those strong top four seeds right around to lots of excitement surrounding our series. The raptors Sixers and carrots been fun pouring over all the outstanding individual matchup. We're gonna have in this series. I think the one that stands out to me ST at the top of the series is Joel Embiid. And the center for the Philadelphia seventy Sixers versus Marcus oil. And you look at the numbers soul has done a pretty good job relative to the rest of the league of guarding. Joel Embiid one on one I think his smarts his intelligence his intimidation is going to be critical because if Toronto for long stretches doesn't have to bring that second defender Joel Embiid, which opens up Phillies shooters, I think that could go a long way to helping the raptors win the series, and those numbers that you're referencing for Marcus five times he's faced Joel and beat all as a member of the Memphis grizzlies while they were on the court at the same time. He held them to less than eight points on thirty two percent shooting. We'll see can do that in this series. Meanwhile, collider that's the big difference. From the Toronto teams that flamed out. The last few years the big trade in the off season, he sets the tone, and there's a different feel around Toronto this season with that guy leading the way absolutely a different level of confidence with the finals. NBA MVP on your roster. Toronto now has a guy that has been proven playoff performer in the clutch. Something they've lacked the last few years also has the ability to take you out of what you're doing on the defensive end as well. In fact, that's his hallmark. That's how he made his way in the league. I think Nick nursing the raptors feel very confident. But, but there's a lot of talent on the other side, the Philadelphia seventy Sixers that starting lineup, and you have guys over there that are eager to prove their championship team. And I think they feel a little undervalued coming into this series as a group. Kevin winter mention the seventy Sixers thirteen game losing streak here in Toronto. But how about the Sixers they face Leonard thirteen times over his eight years in the league as a member of the Spurs. And now the raptors coli thirteen no in his career against philli game. One is coming up from Toronto. I back to the studio here's Kevin Cassidy carousel lucky. Number thirteen. It didn't work out too. Well, it's fourteen for the Philadelphia seventy Sixers but for the raptors they do have the second best record in the NBA during the regular season. And co is a big reason why..

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"They're both getting ready to jump in on this conference. Call which starts with five thirty. We'll check in with Jeanne and just a few moments. But first we start off with Intel chip stock getting crushed after hours. Let's go straight to Josh Lipton for the details. Josh, so, you know, Melissa listen chips had been on a tear heading into this earning season. And obviously something you guys have hit a lot the SMH. Now, those CD's earnings reports and commentary from from Texas Instruments from Zeilinger and now Intel and and he wanted to dig quickly into the business. I've been CC CG business chips for P C's eight point six billion. That was a bit better than expected that DC G business though, so chips for servers that was four point nine billion dollars. That was down six percent. And that did miss estimates. I just caught up quickly with steeples Kevin Cassidy he would say that was the big number to him in this report because it's Intel's most profitable business line because that business segment should have the most long term potential growth. Cassie says, it looks to him like those big cloud companies just aren't spending still as much on those server chips as they wait to see if they require additional capacity, the guidance here was also disappointing. Finally, I just want to bring up today and some headlines we're getting a Dow Jones from Intel CEO Bob swan, remember Intel did exit that smartphone that five G smartphone modem business until CEO is now saying that they did decide to exit that business because of that apple Qualcomm deal that Intel could not see a path to profit on those five G modems after cook. And Mollenkopf reached that deal that.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"O'clock going up around the clock. Start our show and greater course post game coverage with Andy mazer, we are live in the AllState skyline studio, and you are listening to the Patti Vasquez show where we encourage you to call or text us anytime three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred again that number three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred. We'll take your calls. Actually, I won't. I mean, I'll take your call if Vivian says, I should take your call, Vivian. I don't know what kind of screening process you have take your calls. Everybody in reason. I mean, if you then they're mean to you, I I don't think that you should let them through. So that's right. So if you're mean to me, I will not take your calls. But if you're nice to me, I will take a call. Do you have any like is like salty language? I would imagine that you know, you know, they can't go on the air. But if there's something directed at you because sometimes people call they call in hot. Heavy tawdry way, but they are fired up for conversation, and you have to start. Okay. How do you want approaches conversation on the air? What do you wanna talk about so gradually a call coming in? Here. We go. Five is calling right now to see if they can be nice enough to get on the air. Let's see I was driving down. And I thought as I cross Michigan avenue, and I was looking over the river was on my on my left hand side of the north side. And it just occurred to me how much of a bounce people seem to have in their step. Andrea darlas in the newsroom today. Andrea. Good. I do you notice that like even though we haven't fully every time. We have this starting stop with with spring. Everyone's like, I'm on spring. I I declared spring it was so beautiful today. I had I had to be down here early for an interview. And then I just spent the entire morning being in the city. I was by the by the river beautiful had launch. It was. I went to Daley plaza. They had a DJ playing music. It was awesome. And then tonight, I ran out to Marianas across the little walkway here. And it was freezing got Gallo. He's let's be honest though, on on Sunday when you out with the news crew WGN television, and you captured an engagement that was beautiful God that was so funny, and so coincidentally we were doing well, obviously, the weather became the top story. So we can break went out the window. So we were doing snow patrol, and we're driving all over. And then we were coming back to hand his story off the Marcella Raymond, and we're passing Wrigley. And I call the desk. I said do you want us to do all these poor? Cub fans had come in for the game. This family come in from Iowa. Do you want us to do some we call it Emma, west the man in the street where you just interview the people it should be should be wwl's moss them on? But that's Mr.. Yeah. That's all right. As we're interviewing people. I started to do a stand up and my photographer. Kevin Cassidy looked around the lens. And he said look at a couple kissing, and they were so cute. They're under the scoreboard. They were kissing and he got down on one need this guy. Clint Parkinson no way. Yes. And I went oh my God. So I stepped out of the shot a keep rolling. So viral. I got a call from yahu a Yahoo entertainment reporter who was interviewing the couple. And then they're going to interview us because we caught it on on our cameras and made a story out of it. That's outstanding. They were so cute till you not only a piece of Kaga history. Right. This one of the heaviest snowfalls we've had in fifty years, right? For gain supposed to happen at Wrigley and their history wonderful moment. Yeah. And they were so cute cheese from Antioch. And then she lives in Chicago. She worked in Chicago. She went to Denver for work met him. Clint this is Clinton khloe, and they came back to Chicago. He's from California, and they came to see the LA angels play the cubs on Sunday. He was going to propose and it got cancelled. Oh, man. Well, there you go gay come. They the game guy cancelled the proposed. Yeah. This diamond was better than the one that would have been play. Yeah. He's like, you know, what I don't care. I gotta do it. Now. It was all the plans were all set in motion. Right. Got to carry through. That was a credible story, Hugh, so cool. Yeah. The the weather has been it's sort of defines their relationship. I want to do it. Let's and see what Mike has say. Mike online with us from eight one five. Hey, mike. What's up? Hey, I'm talking about the Whiteside serve you want to talk about yoyo. Excited. I mean win is he citing? Yeah. And we didn't answer to spend all that money or child. That's right now, that's the thing that they've been talking about. It's all about building. And go with talent you third base being it was a second baseman last. In all year last year as the wealthy the Dow is say, yeah. Yeah. All that money, a CIA. That's right. It's not always about the money. But it is exciting season. Thank you. Mike. Have a great night. We've got to run to the news right now. Andrea is in the newsroom right now. And here she is with everything you need to know and Patty, the Cook County state's attorney's office released documents today related to the offices handling of the jussie smollet case Kim, FOX's office dropped all charges against the actor in March was accused of lying about being the victim of a hate crime. The nearly four thousand page document was in response to the media's foia request. There was no smoking gun. But the documents clearly show that FOX was kept in the loop on and commented to her staff about a case in which he publicly claimed to have recused herself. A twenty year old man stabbed this afternoon inside of east west university. It happened in the south loop. Police say the twenty year old and a forty two year old man were inside of a building at eight hundred south Michigan when the forty two year old took out a knife and stabbed the other man in the upper back the forty year two year old was taken into custody and charges are pending. The twenty year old is hospitalized in critical condition. And at twenty two year old man has died after being shot in Skokie last night. Police responded to that nine one one call of shots fired on main street officers identified the man is twenty two year old Edward James. They are still looking for suspects. A vigil was held tonight in remembrance of James.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"And welcome back here to the second half of the best stocks now radio, of course, yesterday was all about the banks the insurance companies, which are on the other side of the street from a rising rate environment. The reits. Utilities and bond funds. Just got cl- bird yesterday. So just remember if you believe that we're in a rising interest rate environment dislike the tie, just like some of these rivers continue to rise Conway, South Carolina that river continues to rise. It has not crested yet. You've got a bond guy like Jeffrey gun lack who is one of the biggest bond managers in the world's that the treasury is headed. By the next presidential election. That's just over two eight out if he's right? I don't think he's right. But if he is right. Hey, if it went to four percent. That's a problem. And yet the asset allocators just like they went over Uttar fall in two thousand eight are going to go over the ball. Stay. The course the guy in the boat. The ball in the bond market. But you know, they've been fed bring Kool-Aid the asset allocation Kool-Aid, and that's the way they're going to manage money come hell or high water, pardon the pun our GDP joins four point two percent in quarter two. You gotta remember that there still are hot spots in the world like Argentina. Ill turkey. Iran were their currencies are plunging their economies are plunging. We're living in the land where people are eating out at Eddie visa, olive garden and Bahama breeze. Every night. Big contrast right now what's going on in the world. Versus the United States. Trump demands lower oil prices he calls once again OPEC a cartel. The OPEC monopoly must get prices down. Now tweets the president this morning. We protect the countries of the Middle East. They would not be safe for very long without us. And yet they continue to push for higher and higher oil prices JP Morgan cuts, General Electric price target, the ten dollars per share will G E break. Ten. It's at twelve forty six today. I actually talked to somebody yesterday who still all he doesn't his wife still owns G E in her portfolio. I warned about g e two years ago. And whereas Jeffrey multiday eating at olive garden. Bahama breeze. Eddie v's. I don't know. I don't think it hurt him too much. But he surely for a lot of shareholders for a long long time any hit a lot of were uncovered at the company one ticking bomb right after another left for the new CEO. But in probably got his golden watch and living large somewhere. Amazon is going to have a surprise hardware event today at one PM what could it be last year there event launched the new echo? And maybe they've got a new echo. I don't know. Someone new to talk to Alexa, maybe Alexis getting a sister or a brother. I don't know. But are going to have a surprise. Event today and yesterday, they shocked Wall Street kit, this they're planning to open up three thousand bricks and mortar stores by twenty twenty one. These will be cashier lasts stores. No cashier. You just go in with your square on your iphone pick out what you want and you walk out with it. Pay for it with your square, this development could impact retail chains far and wide including WalMart. Kroger target CVS. Walgreens. All our tree Dollar General sprouts as details emerge. Other kind of using the whole foods market. I think is there test pilot. I see pretty brisk business at whole foods markets these days. It just like Amazon aims to control. I don't like that word control all the distribution throughout the world of everything we buy. That's a scary deal there. Well, Amazon report a Bloomberg report on this their plans paints a picture of something in between a fast meal location like subway at a seven eleven convenience store with more grocery stores in addition to prepare meals, and I'm John is trying to get into everything. Jeff Basil's the everything store. Now, let's not forget his book and their logo the everything store. Do you trust? Jeff basil's. I ask you that question. The owner of the Washington Post. He thinks the company's best chance to disrupt brick and mortar shopping, maybe mealtime, log jams and busy cities. Well, okay, whatever, but he is becoming not only as the richest man in. Maybe he should run for president. There's a scary thought a man who strives to control who aims whose goal is to control all the distribution of goods that we need as consumers in the world. That's a scary thought AMD St. full there's news on AMD almost every day. And I am in AMD. I haven't been in AMD for two decades. But I'm in it. With their new chip steeple increases its AMD price. Target from twenty one to thirty eight. Of course yesterday was Goldman Sachs. I think given the large increase to their price. Target analyst Kevin Cassidy says that new products AMD solid execution and Intel's ten nanometer launched today could allow AMD's GM to increase for at least the next four quarters. Cassidy expects to the products to raise AMD's growth at margin to forty five percent in the coming years. Which would be good. They have a new chip that is quite the rage and Morgan Stanley's review of videos, new G force to eighty were less positive than expected, indicating of limited performance improvement versus the ten eighty TI while you chip guys know, what all that means analyst Joseph says, the firm doesn't expect gaming to be a near to be a near-term source of NVIDIA upside, but does remain positive on the company's long term potential. They have a two hundred and seventy three dollar target price on Invidia invidious trading today at two sixty seven six dollars upside, I think I'll stay away from that square gets a boost after St. full raises their target price again square. Let's see how square is doing today. These are the great growth. Giants of today. Not the soggy old. Stocks of yesteryear square analyst Steve analysts boosters price target to one hundred dollars on expectations for increased growth. The stock is currently trading at eighty six it has cooled off a little bit from its meteoric rise. It's more than double this year. But it's always good to see someone else. Besides me. I do own square. I have a big position in square now. Let's contrast square Atlantic. Equities is bullish on Proctor and gamble. P G. Okay. Proctor and gamble earnings over the next five years or over the last five years does anybody wanna take a Basset guests at what rate PG's earnings have been growing over the last five years if you guessed one percent per year. I mean that's barely measurable. That's like a trace of rain in the desert. Proctor and gamble earnings have been growing by one percent per year over the last five years, but Atlantic equities is bullish on Proctor gamble. Now. Why do I bring up with stock like this because believe it or not? More often than when I get a portfolio transferred to me from especially a big wirehouse firm. I'm more than likely to see Proctor and gamble in the portfolio. Along with other fantastic growth stocks like IBM, and General Electric and other big names of people recognizing that makes him sleep. Well at night. But if you look at the growth, if the proposition is true that stocks follow earnings. The company is growing their earnings by one percent per year. There's not much hope for a lot of capital appreciation there..

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"News as Steve prices there with a look at the special tribute, Tommy robbers. Kevin cassidy. Fire marshal, Tom Driscoll. Leaving the names of those killed on nine eleven and then the ringing of a bell. The bell symbolizes the last run symbolizes the call back to the station too late arrest. Final. Bill makes it final for all those people. Valley center fire station read the names of the victims who lost their lives on that day. As local attendees marked. The solemn occasion arraign scheduled today for a man accused of carjacking two people in BMW at gun point in El cerrito police say twenty year old nNcholas mural, stole the BMW sedan. From a nineteen year old man around nine forty five. Last Thursday Merrill was arrested. A short time later when officers located the car on Lake Mary boulevard us booked into San Diego central jail, and is being held on one hundred thousand dollars bail, some California. Parents and educators are raising concerns about a plan to push back. The start times for middle and high schools news agency shell Medina has more schools. Could not start any earlier than eight thirty in the morning under the Bill, but working parents say it would be hard to get kids to school and get to work on time. California. Teachers association is also against the Bill saying it would have a ripple effect. It will also have an impact on cafeteria workers. Bus drivers schedules coordinating with the school students. Studies have shown that later start times can mean better attendance rates higher GPA's and fewer car accidents. The governor has until the end of the month to sign the Bill for AM seven sixty. I'm news as Michelle Medina. Now. Here's header Myers with your micro-climate forecast. Cooler day across the county on this Tuesday. Low seventies at the beaches, upper seventies, low eighties for most of our inland valley locations tomorrow, we will start to see a warming trend that will take us through the weekend as we get into Thursday Friday, Saturday, we're back to the low eighties along the coastline low nineties for the inland communities on AM, seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers for now. Sunny and seventy three in del mar Padres opened a two game series in Seattle tonight against the Mariners is more. Mike Slater coming up. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news next Armstrong and Getty show. Americans are shifting the rest of their identity to match their politics instead of the other way around how.

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone. And thank you for tuning into the two hundred thirty. First episode of awards chatter the Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is the actor who plays the patriarch of the family at the center of the highest rated drama series on television and maybe the last great drama series will ever see from a broadcast Network. My low Ventimiglia aka Jack Pearson of NBC's. This is us two weeks ago for the second year in a row. This is received a best drama series EMMY nomination. No other show from broadcast network has been nominated in the category since two thousand eleven and also for the second year in a row, Ventimiglia was nominated for best actor drama series. The forty one year old has been a familiar face on TV for most of the century, having previously played the major roles of just Maryono on the WBZ Gilmore girls from two thousand one through two thousand three and Peter petrole on NBC's heroes from two thousand six or two thousand ten. But nothing quite prepared viewers or Ventimiglia himself for the role of Jack one of the great TV dads of all time whose life and death have brought even the most hardened among us to tears over the course of our interview. We talk about all of the above and much more, but I I was joined at the offices of the Hollywood reporter by Kevin Cassidy, our international news editor to break down a week of announcements that have basically set us up for the fall film fest, all over the world from Venice, to telluride to Toronto, and then back to New York. And so Kevin, thanks for coming in to try to help us make sense of all this, of course. Thank you. Let's start with Vannes because that is the first of these big ones. And it's the seventy. Fifth addition of it's gonna be taking place August twenty ninth to September eighth this year year Modell Toro last year's Golden Lion. Winter at that fest is gonna be presiding over the jury and the big news that we got a few days ago is that Damian Chazelle 's follow up to allow land. I man movie about Neil Armstrong. Is going to be the opening night there and then in subsequent days, including just today, we've learned a lot more about the rest of the line of. Can you give us a little bit of overview of that? I mean in terms of star power and awards buzz. It looks like a very strong Venice once again, like just in the last three years, three or four years Venice's really just kind of cemented its stature as award season begins. And I think he could probably corresponds with Berta Barbera coming back to run the festival because prior to that Venice was kind of struggling. It wasn't really that relevant in terms of awards relative to the other festivals, but he is somehow just really turned it around. So you know, after all the awards success. I mean, if you look at the last three years yet shape water last year, and then he, you know, if you just go back at Oscar winners for the past three years major Oscar winners, at least the picture or director winner the last five year spotlight too. And gravity heavy. So he had previously been the director from ninety nine two, oh two. He has maybe just talent relations at a certain point. I think so. Yeah. I think he just he has great relationships, and let's not discount the fact that Netflix out a very strong showing in the line of this year, and Venice really kind of put Netflix on the map with Isam no nation, two years ago. Right. So now you look at this year, you have six films from that flex and the main lineup, and they're not obscure titles. We're talking about the Coen brothers Afonso Korans Roma and none other than Orson Welles. So. Is finished his film. The other side of the those are you know, obscure titles, and I couldn't help looking at the lineup today and thinking, you know, I wonder what when Terry from looks at the lineup see, like, you know, maybe I should rethink this whole no net thing just familiarize listeners because basically there was the standoff where because Netflix does not release the really any volume in France that is in conflict with the canned film festival's policy, we're not gonna show movie of unless it gets the show movie in the competition and competition. Netflix is nights sending movies to not be in competition. Exactly..

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"kevin cassidy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kevin cassidy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wingo on espn radio and espn news we'll get back to more nba finals conversation just a second but a baseball story from last night which curious for both of you guys to weigh in on nathan evolve is just a twelfth pitcher major league history to start the majors after having to count them to tommy john surgeries right only twelve guys have done this ever and last night he was dealing and then he got pulled six innings of no hit ball is returned to the majors and kevin cash opted to take him out and he evolved said afterwards i didn't want to shake his hand i haven't gone seven innings a really long time so he played it safe it was good i would have liked to stay out there until i give up ahead by understand the situation as well so he's been rational about while being honest the old wanted to go longer mike what you've done done no hitter going well as as his manager said after blaming tongue in cheek blaming the pitching coach saying kyle snyder told me to pull them so i pulled them basically he did manage your cash said he's not making it nine he's not going nine till so if i let him go seven or eighty still not going to go nine to get the no hitter he's not gonna throw that much understand the history of this guy you have all the last pitch in the majors august tenth two thousand sixteen for the yankees nine days later underwent a second elbow surgery he also had tommy john in two thousand seven when he was in junior high the he missed the first month of this season after undergoing surgery march thirtieth to remove loose bodies in his elbow so the guys at a lot of trouble obviously with his arm i get it i understand him being mad but i think i think the manager kevin cassidy best he wasn't going nine innings he was not going to make a nine innings we're work alone throw nine innings so it wasn't going to get the no hitter anyway it wasn't gonna make that kind of attitude supported as manager.

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