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How To Help Marketing Build A Bridge To Better Sales?
"Most of you know, we got a new dog. Her name is Leyland bush is a 1112 month old puppy. Now, we've adopted a lot of dogs over the years. But this is the first time we've had a puppy in a while and one of the things that I forgot about is puppies require a lot of treats, if you have treats you can train them to do certain things one of the things I've trained Leila to do wage. Is to sit at every crosswalk that way when a car comes she doesn't get hit so she has gotten so good every time she sits at a crosswalk she turns around and looks at me and says check where is the tree but I'm going to kind of blend this into another topic which is how to help marketing build a bridge to better sales rep by basically giving treat. So one of the things about these treats is we have lots of different kinds of treats for different things. I have certain treats that I use would not take her on our walks. We have different treats when she goes outside and goes potty. We even have a different treat that one of my friends gave me she came over with a gift bag and in it included wage toy and some bacon bits. Yes bacon there the Beggin Strips but little pieces and we actually use those to get her upstairs and get her ready wage. Go to bed in her crate. That's where she sleeps cuz we can't trust her to be running around the house in the middle of the night. So one of the differences with these treats is the packaging. Most every kind of food has some kind of way to seal it and there are two different kinds of ceiling mechanisms that I found with these treats with your traditional Ziploc, you know where you you've got a basically squeeze it and it's kind of very precise. You have to make sure that one in fits in the other and then you squeeze it all the way across and those drive me crazy. Sometimes you cut the top of the package and you end up cutting off the ziplock. Then you have no way of locking it. But the second kind of treat came with a velcro inside of it off now velcro allows you to open it a lot quicker and does it require that Precision to close it back up. It may not keep it as fresh, but it's so much easier to work with And that's essentially what I want to talk about is is your marketing. So precise that it's more like the ziplock where you have to align everything and get it closed perfectly or is it more like the velcro which allows you to create a proximity effect. Now on proximity effect is something that happens with a microphone if I turn my head further away, I sound farther away. But if I move myself closer to my mic I get this boom your sound so that's what proximity effect does the mic off except the sound no matter where I'm at, but the closer I am to it the boom. You're it sounds it's a same thing with marketing messages marketing message is matter, but don't confuse marketing messages with sales messages marketing is more of a one-to-many activity. It's something wrong. You can talk to a wide variety of people where sales tends to be a one-to-one activity where your sales person is talking directly to a customer the big difference between the marketing and sales is the personal relationships know like and Trust has advantages over who dad's right? So if somebody sees your marketing message and knows the person sending it it has a different kind of proximity effect than it does. If you're trying to send a message out to everybody who doesn't know you Creative Marketing creates attention and awareness and it has that kind of proximity effect, especially when there's a relationship attached to it. In marketing, I tend to look at things from three different perspectives. Number one awareness posts. Hey, we're here educational posts. This is what product is or services and this is what it does or how it works sales posts. This is something you bought something and this is what you need to know next in order to be more successful with it. So awareness can create sales through proximity people may see your marketing for a particular project that they may not need or want at the time. But if they know the person associated with that it may create enough awareness to remind them that hey, you know, I need to order some supplies or you know, I'm really interested in something else and I need to contact the salesperson to learn more about this new product or this Thursday. Service or something that's been on my mind. So that's what good marketing can
"leyland" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Already buster bleacher tweets for Thursday. I one up Donald Mobely at Donald mobely writes in. What's the strangest or most unique promotional giveaway? You've seen in major league baseball through the years. Wow you know and it wasn't I don't know if you'd call this unique but because it's tied in the event that I covered It's always stuck out with me on the day. The David Wells threw his perfect game may seventeenth nineteen ninety eight. It was beanie Baby Giveaway Day at Yankee Stadium. And that day was year before my daughter was born in. So you know. Typically when we're handed stuff at the ballpark is reporter. I I don't keep it and I'll give it to like a kid that I know or something like that. So that's what I want to deal with that thing and then I heard like later in the summer like those things were selling for hundreds of dollars on Ebay and so I've always remembered beanie baby day David Wells tied with his perfect game. That's wild the beanie baby. Craze when a throwback Portland Maverick at the battery B's writes in buster who was a quote unquote junk pitcher. You loved watching here. The North West I saw a ton of Jamie moyer starts with a low eighties fastball an assortment of Salad that frustrated the hell out of hitters. He won two hundred sixty nine games with over two thousand four hundred strikeouts fun to watch. What about you? I totally back you up on that and I have a great Jamie Moore Story. on the nineteen ninety-five Orioles team. That I covered for the Baltimore Sun He was thirty two years old at the time and he had had some struggles. I remember the day that the orioles cut him. I WANNA say mid season but I remember standing in front of Jamie's locker and Jamison Super Nice Guy. And he hadn't really accomplished that much in his career hadn't had any big years and he was talking about how you know. I feel like I've got some things that I've been working on. That could really turn for me and no kidding in the back of my mind. The thought that was going through. Was You know what dude? It's time to go home to the kids. It's just a you know it's time to give it up now obviously would never say that anyone who am I but he went on one like two hundred sixty games after that pitching into late forties with that great pitchers arrogance believing that hitters were big dumb oxen that needed to be exploited and he did that a lot. Good stuff last one today. Jason Amigo at Jason Amigo rates. In what was your favorite moment of Tony? Gwynn's career and Y. You spent a great deal of time covering him buster. You have a special fondness for Tony. I'm interested to hear this as well. Yeah and I got a lot of stories about him. But my favorite was from the nineteen ninety-five all star game. He scored the game winning Run on a walk off head By Moi's illu by remember correctly the noises lower Fred mcgriff but either way What I remember was of course You know I was the beat writer covering the Padres for the San Diego Union was act thousand nine hundred four all star game. I Apologize But You know Tony was for me was a must have and so I went down into the club. And he wasn't there and I was starting to panic because my deadline was coming up and saying. Oh my God I gotta get Tony. I gotta get Tony. And I found him and in classic Tony Gwynn fashion. He basically wrote my story because when he spoke and he talked about his journey around the basis Scoring the winning right He. He talked anecdotally. It was like he narrated the whole thing. I saw the hit going to left center field and I thought if if I can get to second before bobble by just had such a wonderful way of telling stories and that was my game story in the next year when I applied for job with the Baltimore Sun that was mentioned by the sportscenter. Wow that was a great game story. What it didn't tell him was. Yeah that was basically narrated by Tony Win. It was like an oral history the way Tony told stories. That's amazing Tony. Got To the job with the Sun I am. I always people. I was so lucky to cover Tony as a young beat reporter because I learned so much from him and that was a mall or he just absolutely teed it up for me. That's amazing all right. Everyone that's bleacher tweets for today. Subscribe to the podcast. Wherever you listen to podcasts. And don't forget Terry Francona Tomorrow. Going to be good. Don't forget I'm telling you it was a fun. A great interview Terry is such a great storyteller and as such specific memories might thanks today to Jim..
"leyland" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"I was a little bit surprised. Buster in that conversation because obviously we have seen all the quote unquote proposals. That have been out there. You know or Zona Plan that Florida Plan. You know even you know Dallas has been include. Nbc's in what? I asked Tony Straight out which one of these plants at the better possibility which I believe is one of the questions that you suggest that 'cause obviously well let's talk about these kind of QNA's he said there isn't a proposal on my desk and that was surprising to me. I always thought that obese proposals were being talked about that. All of these were had been run by the Players Association. Now we have learned that Major League baseball getting proposal together and it should be at Tony Status cow in the upcoming day. But that was the most interesting thing buster. That's that the players association wasn't that involved in those stocks Marley earlier today did a radio interview and I was asked about the the context of you know that That proposal that Major League Baseball is GONNA put forward to the players. They said look for me. Based on what I've heard from agents in club executives Major League Baseball Officials. That would be like the first batter stepping into the box for the very first inning. The top of the first in terms of the process. What what's your on it. That the cluster. And that's when I mentioned that I was surprised. It's exactly that this is the very beginning. Now let's look at the positive. The beginning is happening right and we are in. May and obviously you and I have heard that the are looking at late July. An mid-july is an option. So right now. We're thinking of the three weeks spring. Greg obviously this all depends on what happens with this terrible pandemic and you know I live in New York City and I'm seeing first hand that this is nowhere near control at this point but the good part is that you're right the batteries out the first pitch is coming but we thought I had been out there a while ago. Yeah exactly two of the biggest issues that they're going to have to deal with in negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Players Association one is The salary rollbacks that the major league baseball teams are GONNA be looking for. I heard actually this week. That on the management side. There's actually one teen. It's already instructed their Front Office for two thousand and twenty one to cut payroll so that's the mindset on that side. The other two is the question of liability You know if a player walks into a stadium he gets a corona virus. He gets sick. Who's actually responsible for that? What did you learn in your conversation with Tony about those? Two issues about salary rollbacks about liability in terms of salary rollback To be very clear that all the conversations and this is quoting you know even chief Tony Clark. That everything we're going to talk about in terms of salary is done and that the focus right now. He said we have an agreement. Obviously that agreement can be adjusted right. So that's that's the one thing that Tony said about salary and the one thing that he stress constantly he said this is all about player. Safety and the liability is an issue. And it's something that they're discussing and not only for the players buster for third third parties to right people who get infected with the coronavirus because the particular team opens up for business right so it's not only about. The players. Reliability is much wider than that and the focus player health and safety number one for the Union. That was the one thing that Tony said that the one thing that we care about that Major League Baseball should cure about and until they result that he basically he didn't say it flat out but he implied that their membership would not agree to anything that would not guarantee players safety and again you can read Marley story on. Espn DOT COM in a moment. We're GONNA be talking. Jim Leyland the longtime manager of the Detroit. Tigers the pirates and other teams One of the players I intend to ask him about. Miguel Cabrera someday will make a speech at cooperstown. I don't think it's going to be the longest speech ever made cooperstown. Marlton I feel I. You know look you feel bad for everybody affected by this in any walk life but you know. I've thought Miguel Cabrera who? When I saw him in spring training he was in tremendous shape and it looked like okay. He has a chance to bounce back from last year he just turned thirty seven in April. Two thousand eight hundred and fifteen hits. Mickey Cabrera will make one of my favorites and you said you know. He's he doesn't have to be on. He certainly be memorable and I'll tell you this is the kind of person. Go Cabrera S. I broke my my leg a couple of years ago and I happen to be walking by Detroit airport kind of hobbling with my suitcase and within a connecting flight and all of a sudden someone comes from behind the grabbed my suitcase and I turn around to obviously due to yell. Whoever this person is and Caparo and he looks at me he goes. Do you need some help. And I thought it was one of those moments that shows who make. Yes that is this one of the most humble superstar in Major League Baseball. And when you buster about the kind of guys that this affects it also reminded me of Felix Hernandez who is also looking for another chance. Who is really supposed to make that breaks rotation and isn't that same position of not knowing whether he's GonNa have a chance and you said begin. Everyone is always criticising that. Cabrera has all these years left on his contract and he came back with a healthy back. You know trying to be an everyday player again and now we don't know what we're GONNA get. We'll say that's a great story. I'd never heard that you'd never told that. That's awesome. All right MARLA. Thank for doing this. Of course thank you. You guys have a good day..
The Harm Reduction Network with Kenneth Anderson
"Already. Everybody welcome to the addicted mind today. My guest is Kenneth Anderson and he is going to talk about hands and the harm reduction network. Kennedy WANNA introduce yourself. Yeah my name is Kenneth Anderson. I am the founder and CEO of the Hams Harm Reduction Network. It's a free of charge. A Leyland Support Group for people who WanNa make any positive change in their drinking habits from safer drinking to reduce drinking to quitting altogether. We also have a handbook. It's called how to change your drinking that I wrote. Our program has seventeen elements elements in that steps because they can be done in any order and they are all optional. And that's a bit about me and the program so Go ahead and ask me some question. Sure you got it. Tell me a little bit about how you got into this and harm reduction and we'll go into what that means as well but tell me a little bit about you and your story. Oh sure well you know not. Surprisingly I had some problems with alcohol I mean we are an alcohol focused group of. Oh we're not exclusive to that. We don't stop people from talking about other addictions other problems that they might have but our big focuses on alcohol because nobody was doing that so I used to drink a lot and it was getting into some trouble and I got involved with Several different groups. I tried alcoholics anonymous. That didn't fit me well. tried moderation management Was there for quite a while. I was actually working for them for a while and kind of well I was there at moderation management. I really developed the harm reduction approach. Once I learned about harm reduction. I got really fascinated by the concept. I started volunteering at the needle. Exchange Program in Minneapolis and that was just a great experience in it taught me so many things totally changed. My perspective turned my head around completely from everything I thought before and I realize the importance of encouraging every positive change I mean using clean needles is better than sharing used needles because prevent transmission of disease. I mean it should be a no brainer but it's still being fought in the United States in some states. Unbelievably I mean Europe. Must Look at us a G- ask and say what is wrong with these people. Well let's go back a little bit because let's talk about what's the model of harm reduction. I mean what does that mean like when we look at harm reduction and verse maybe the Absence Model? Tell me a little bit about like that. Well the absence model. The problem is the abstinence model. Says if you're not perfectly absolutely and completely abstinent all the time you're totally worthless piece of shit and any improvement that you make is not of any value at all you have to. It's a totally perfectionist model. Yeah it's very strange that has a motto progress not perfection when they demand perfection and you're totally shamed ostracized for any imperfection but I'm not going to Bash Aa. So let's not go into that too much okay. The harm reduction model is very very different. I mean it's a very pragmatic model in the United States. Well in fact it really got started in Holland but it was the same in both places drug users saw their friends dying from contracting HIV and getting AIDS and they said Hey. Nobody's doing anything about this for US drug users so we're going to do something ourselves we're going to hand out clean needles so that our friends don't die. It was all about saving people. You love saving your friends that you use drugs with saving your fellow drug users and that was the genesis I mean it was illegal in the United States the L. is illegal in many places illegal situations very complex right and I think when we look at harm reduction because it's about mitigating harm as much as possible and is different from that abstinence model. Where they you know demand one hundred percent sobriety and says look? We're not gonNA worry about that. We're just how do we reduce the risk? How do we reduce the harm? That's happening to you. And maybe that's not one hundred percent absence that's correct and well at this point. We should really mention that harm reduction as I said. It encourages every positive. Change the late Dan big of the Chicago. Recovery Alliance really introduced that slogan and he was a very influential person on all of us in the harm reduction movement. You know good friend of mine before he passed away recently. But it's about every positive change but that doesn't mean that we're opposed to absence because NBA. Good change for some people. We want to encourage people to pick a goal. That's fits them something. That is doable. And something that's right. I mean a lot of people coming into harm reduction and eventually they choose to abstain from whatever was causing them problems. A lot of others You know reduce their use or they reduce their risks of whatever they were involved with. And that's fine too. You know in harm reduction. There's not someone up there telling you that you know this is the only right thing you must have this goal. Rather it's about saying okay. What's good for you? What do you need? What can we do to help you
The Murder of Leslie Marie Perlov
"The Californian city of Stanford laws in the northwest corner of Santa Clara County just under an hour drive from San Francisco covering any land area of two point. Eight Square Miles Stanford is adjacent to Palo Alto one of the principal cities of the affluent and progressive Silicon Valley which is served as an incubator for many prominent and influential technological enterprises. Over the years including Apple Google facebook and Tesla Stanford is home to the prestigious eight thousand Dak- Stanford University a private co educational and Non Denominational College and Research Institution. Many of the city's residents students faculty members who live on or Iran campus in a range of accommodations including Goma. Trees Co ops. Row Houses Fraternities sororities single family homes and condominiums established in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. The university was founded by railroad magnate and California Senator Leland Stanford and his wife Jane. In memory of their only child Leyland junior he died of typhoid fever. At Age Fifteen. The land began as the stock farm with OAK dotted fields and soon developed into one of the largest university campuses in the United States despite sustaining heavy damage from two separate earthquakes in nineteen. I seek since and nine hundred ninety nine. The university has managed to maintain its original California mission architecture from the light. Eighteen hundreds characterized by embellished yellow sandstone long low and wide colonnades open arches and two red terra cotta tiled roofs at the heart of the campus is the main quadrangle the university's oldest structure stretching. Iva seventeen acres. The main quad is raised Vira Mile Long Palm Tree lined road and has an inherent data section. Both of which feature sprawling lawns courtyards and interconnected buildings housing. Various departments classrooms and administration offices regarded as a national center for Research Stanford Phages More Than One hundred and twenty research. Institutes exploring a range of topics from particle physics to International Studies Given it's proximity to silicon valley and it's impressive academic and athletic performance records. It is renowned as one of the top universities of the world. Many students go on to have a lustrous careers in their field of expertise with past alumni including noble laureates Pulitzer Prize winners and Presidential Medal of freedom recipients. One hundred and fifty thousand visit as drawn to the faint grants annually to explore it too many features including apiaries shops and gardens as well as a stadium. Golf course satellite dish and church liking trials around the campus outskirts off of use of the rolling countryside and attract by more than fifty thousand visitors a year in the early nineteen seventies. Just over eleven thousand students were enrolled at Stanford University and the Kanta coach in these men that had started in the mid nineteen sixties was still a major aspect of college lawf- students fighting for social and political change would often stage protests scenes and formed community action groups for issues such as racism. Women's liberation and gay rods. Leslie Marie Po love graduated from Stanford in nineteen seventy two with a bachelors degree in history by the beginning of the following year. The twenty one year old was working as a clerk at the north. Santa Clara Canny Low Library in Palo Alto. Leslie hoped to become a lawyer and recently been accepted into law school at the University of Pennsylvania though classes had yet to begin at three. Pm on Tuesday. February. Thirteen Leslie left work. For the day driving off in her seventy-two Orange Chevrolet Nova the coworkers presumed. She was heading directly to her time in the Los. Altos hills where she lived with her widowed mother Florence. But Leslie never arrived
US top court divided as it ponders LGBT rights
"The United States Supreme Court appeared it deeply divided yesterday according to a USA today on a major civil rights question whether gay and transgender people are covered by federal law barring employment discrimination on the basis of sex the court's ruling in three cases which are not expected until next year seem to hands on president Donald Trump two nominees associate justice Neil Gorsuch called the dispute over transgender rights close but more likely an issue for Congress to address associate justice Brett Kavanaugh directed his only question to a lawyer for to employers that fire gay workers leaving his position in doubt about Byron Henry is a constitutional legal expert he joins us now on news radio eight forty WHAS brought Byron thanks for coming on what do you make of this it seems as though gay and transgender people would be covered but I guess the question is who would this also it enter the arena of affecting religious rights where like say a church doesn't want to hire somebody who lives a life style that goes against the biblical beliefs what to bring their Leyland first of all when the statute was passed in nineteen sixty four most believe that the word sex because of sex gender meaning if you take action one into discrimination male or female that's right and Congress has actually gone back on multiple occasions and attempted to abandon the civil rights bill to include sexual orientation is a fail so there's a strong argument that Donald this because of gender not include sexual orientation but the Congress didn't intended to otherwise they would have tried to change the statute that being said we corkage pointed out justice Gorsuch pointed out that there are textual argument for including trans gendered sexual orientation under the term because of sex with respect your second question I would say that there's already exemption in the law for religious organizations such as churches that don't hire female pastors that technically discrimination based on sex the third step based on religious beliefs so I believe that this would not affect core religious organizations such as churches and church schools and what not we may have computer for litigation on what the religious organizations as we did in the hobby lobby based on religious freedom but it would not affect the ability of churches and church schools in real what we what I would consider a religious organization they continue to practice their faith based on the law that exists today yeah it seems pretty clear to me I mean as long as there's an exemption for churches and church organizations I II people that are in a position of upholding doctrine they need to be selective that's just that's just based on like you know from the state for the same reason you would need to hire a CEO who had an expertise that running businesses and and expertise in whatever it is that your company is selling yet to be selective of that because of the doctrine but outside of that like in the case of hobby lobby or some other company that's Christian own if you're if you're open for business you got a higher all employees treat all employs the same doesn't matter what their sexual orientation is or or what they identify as so it feels like this is kind of a cut and dry thing why would the Supreme Court be struggling with this decision as long as there's religious exemptions because it's a policy decision to what the court probably thinking is there's no way when Congress wrote this fall they intended to protect sexual orientation and bike but for a patient as a couple of pointed out what's considered a mental illness even even though that has progressed obviously that's not still the case it was considered a mental illness at the time that Congress what was that the F. M. bank so I think recorded voice one academic are just out there okay all of the I don't think it's not good policy they're just saying you're still Gorsuch yet we don't abandon update statute cargo hold Congress amends got you we just tell you what the statute says selling or other academic exercise right let me predict what happens here trump is a nominated to construction is judges who recognize the limits of the power of the Supreme Court they're gonna go Hey Congress you need to fix this and then the left is gonna go absolutely not saying look what trump did he hates gays that's what's gonna happen but that that's probably what's going to happen that would say that if if but justice Gorsuch does turn and go with the administer of girl get fit the distribution and and determine that this that they are protected the L. G. B. T. are protected as well as sexual orientation under this law then you might have another chance to to to like Robert or Kevin all come along board and be in the majority would say if they know that that would be the majority opinion and just come along with it and and basically make it not even close well that's a possibility but I think this is going to be a close call though because Gorsuch has been very staunch in his views it is forced him to vote it's an integration cases and some criminal cases with the liberals because he he basically take take very eccentric libertarian have very strict textual regional public meaning kite view and and I don't think he's likely to strike back all of right in but it but but the having that viewpoint in this case would have been voting against this and saying it goes back to the Congress right right you're exactly right and so what he is he may think it's good policy in the United States is ready for the right to protection it should already have it doesn't seem to be able to persuade Neil Gorsuch in the other cases we discussed when he had a few of the constitution it doesn't matter what he has to vote for or against the exponent of statutory construction the way you believe that you have read it Congress you get
"leyland" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"To play less Leyland strong players. done it you money since the players. my wife and a lot. well we pretty guys coming on I. that story was a viral story then look like wait they live in this area talk to a man for the questions are uncomfortable but you answered on and we appreciate it people want to follow your story because it you have you have like Instagram or Facebook page that you want to follow. we have. they use only on hold a second sorry under may I place yes are making you go first. all we have a check how to Facebook and Instagram and handle for all that is all we are marking Megan altogether lower case we are marking make appreciate it and they plugged us so kudos to yall getting here you. you come in studio anytime you want to stop by the studio would like to meet you pre show you guys answer those questions interesting story so we got to ask the two wedding DJs who are here in the studio thank you Sir and in turn heads will hand out the DJ himself said the play less. got the girl yeah are you playing that kind of music at the weddings that are trying to get girls I will say this that I'm really glad that this story is out there because now as one of. the unattractive DJs and. exactly a choice because the bride's gonna be like well how about him in the group will be like I'm not worried. sure. this makes a difference I mean if your plan stuff that nobody wants to get their dance to arise but if you play some good stuff people confirmation like is really good you get really good taste in music and at that time in those mails wedding typically the DJ can I transfer or the band transforms into the star of that moment well this year the first dance after that right there like the focal point intern hugs I'm sure no man is worried about you taking their wife but go ahead absolutely not I just DJ the wedding and last weekend and the the groom couple within the warm I play less than the bright. wow. I'm not listen no bride is worried about me plus my wife fashion I we've been going through a dry spell well let's start..
An Interview With Airforce One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman
"Know you do a lot of training on the on the backup aircraft. You know is there. Is there any odd training that you can talk about that. You guys had to do with with the airplane or anything like that. That may be a normal seven forty. Seven captain wouldn't have to do that that that's able to be talked about. No we did a lot of simulator training so you'd go oh through the simulator in your primary aircraft every years while as your secondary aircraft so I was in Gaul stream three and seven forty seven pilot my deputy was a seven fifty seven some forty seven so any aircraft the eighty ninth airlift wing had we always had one pile was qualified and in case we needed that capability for the president so but we did a lot of training in the actual aircraft we also we did simulator training but in the actual aircraft we pulled engines back we flew onto engines. We did everything so we knew what was going on with that aircraft. checklists not necessarily memorize but in reality they kind of were as well as emergency procedures everything else so when you simulated emergency for one of the pilots the pilots really had to know basically what the checklist was going to say even though the flight engineer's run on the checklist for you. That's what we'd quiz modest. Ask Them. Hey you know what what do you think the next step is and they'd always tell you yeah. This is the next step. This is my plan and this is what I'm GonNa do because you know what a lot of people don't understand is that you know you air force one. Nothing is ever GONNA go wrong Air Force One because the moment it does your carrion in fourteen press in the back. You've got press all around you so the message of the president that day will be completely shadowed by this is what happened on Air Force One so something as simple as just an electrical glitch. We make sure it never happened so if you're doing anything electrical wise the engineers talking it over with you before he throws switch because all you need is had the president downstairs doing an interview and all of a sudden lights go on and off and then everyone's like I you know what's actually happened to the jet here so you know secondary electrical systems online before you do anything crazy so I can imagine that something like that you know in inadvertent deployment deployment of oxygen masks in the cabin would probably not a good day. Yeah I mean that is we. There's there's is to engineers secondary engineers always back in the primary up so something simple as opening the door an open the passenger door the war you know double check in to make sure that the slide is an armed or whatever you know and just crazy stuff like that just double check and each other so it it they ever had like an accidental inflation of the slide they may have they may have back in the Clinton administration but it was it was purely accidental and and it you know it was just one of those things where people think you know that when the slide deploys you can hold shut the door. That's not gonNA happen so it was it was on the news so I'm not telling on any secrets. It was on the news but you know president. Clinton was a great man he literally you know it was like whoa not this door and we brought them to number. Two just without show truck comes up to the second door. Not The prime doing left so I would imagine just little little things like that. probably have a ripple effect. I mean because using a different door on an airplane seems small when you have you know secret service and media and everything I mean that probably causes. There's a ripple effect. I would assume that I definitely I mean it's an orchestrated event every movement of that aircraft so when we go to a new airport we send in our every time we go to an airport will send in two or three advance agents. They run a two three hundred question checklist to make sure that everything is has been set so it's I mean heck. We brought the plane here. The seven forty seven back in July of two thousand thousand four the challenge for us was we couldn't go down any of your taxiways because you didn't have a tug for us so we had to turn the plane around on the runway. We need like a hundred and fifty seven hundred and fifty eight feet to do a turnaround your runways one hundred fifty so we had the knows we'll go through the end taxiway so we we had we had people out there market so I could have an actual assessment of how I'm doing in the turn and I had to get far enough down the runway. Turn and just bring in the plane back around and let us sit on your way so President Bush went ahead met with the local folks here in Oshkosh and then then he came back to the plane so we tied up runway for a couple of hours hours. That is absolutely remarkable. I when you're talking about going to an airport you've never been for you. If you're sending out agents in advance dance team would you as aircrew ever pre visit that airport just to make sure you understood the the Leyland. Just I can only imagine for me as a as a private pilot Alexa travel around I going to an unfamiliar airport is you know he's a thing on my checklist of stuff to be very a little bit the extra aware of and and thinking ahead to him. I GonNa Park things like this somehow. I have a feeling that the laming Air Force One someplace you've never been and then saying you know you know. Can we get a progressive taxi taxi instructions Adam sorry. Did you say it. Was that left on Bravo. Yeah that doesn't happen. It's kind of a thing where when you before you go into the airport. The advanced team has already given you a document that shows if you take taxiway kilo off the runway going to make a right on kilo a right on Delta Okay and you follow yourself in and it's not it's not one of these things where all of a sudden as you're taxiing the tower goes you know now go echo foxtrot auto pull off the runway contact ground now and then hey ground is air force one said Roger Air Force One you know welcome to whatever it's not air force one taxiway Delta Echo short so that one fifty that doesn't seem to happen. We seem to own near its. That's gotta put There's obviously there's gotta be something maybe satisfying isn't the right where the sort of comforting comforting of just knowing that you're obviously you're taking your role extraordinarily seriously but probably about a seriously as as it gets you've got got you know you've got important passenger important important people on board the airplane. There's gotta be nice to know that that call sign carries that weight of saying okay. This is Air Force One. You know you're not gonNA. They're not gonNA send you over here to the far end of the airport. You hold well six other airplanes. Go in front of you. All this sort of thing visit got the the the pressure must be remarkable as well of knowing the everybody's watching and everybody's listening and everybody's paying attention the definitely I mean they ah the air force won't call sign immediately. Has Everybody watching you when you land at an airport if you've got a group airliners that have been waiting number one while you're coming into land and there's ten none of them. Every one of them is pretty you know. They're happy to see the plane but they're also upset by the fact that they've been delayed. The big joke always was for us Sir we took it extremely serious not to delay anybody but like landing in Atlanta couple times some of the airline pilots instead of being on the PA it actually still be on the radio announcer their pastors over the radio you know if you look to your left there's Air Force One and that's the reason why you're being delayed. That's why your money and all that stuff and then the tower would come up and go. Hey that was a tremendous speech and you just gave it to everybody here at the airport. It's kind of funny stuff but you can you can understand it says their frustration but for us it's it was truly an honor and everywhere we went day was neat to have the air traffic controllers controller's. There were right there with Air Force One you know it's an honor to be with you and it's an honor for them to control us and we look at it that way as well because it it is not easy to control us. I mean we have to land to the second and while we're coming in at you I mean we typically do eight four mock everywhere. We're going and nothing nothin' says. you know we're in trouble. When we leave Washington? We're heading no o'hare and we're doing eight mock as we're truck and across sometimes nine Oh mock trying to get the president of back on time and the bow wave a moving airliners out of the way for us is is a credibly difficult job for the air traffic controllers but Sir they make it happen and they do an amazing job force now. It's incredible. I you know the one thing I wanted to ask you your time but how you basically when I basically do work for the president Can you explain he'd say Gel pretty well. Did you get the no the President Senate or House that Hell is that relationship. I guess on a day to day basis. Let you know how does that. How does that all work? You know the president is got a lot of people underneath them. In the the commander of Air Force One technically is reports of the United States Air Force as well as the White House military office but he works directly and assigned to the president so so the face of the crew is normally the president's head flight attendant that we have so that that's who the president deals with the majority of as a pilot normally deal with the president's chief of staff or maybe deputy chief of staff or a lot of times you deal with the Millay to the president Let's kind of face for the president but if the president needs something he you President Clinton President Bush they had no hesitation to come to the cockpit you know and Tillman we need this or whatever and it's a and you just make it happen. I mean it's truly an honor honor to support them and it's pretty easy to make. All you know what they want to have happen happen. 'cause I mean they're. They're not asking for crazy stuff. They're just asking for the ability to get to the locational occasional.
"leyland" Discussed on First Things First
"No, I don't think he's playing at the same level. But of all the quarterbacks that you just rattled all those five or six guys, which one of those guys would you replace Tom Brady wit and say that they would have the same record or better with Tom Brady being out. Like, I don't I don't understand you're saying this year's paint talking about this year's patriots with this team. Which one of those guys talk about that. They would have a better record ongoing Leyland and play better than Tom Brady played with that group. Like if you swap. Quarterback. I think Tom will go to any one of those teams and have very similar numbers that what those guys had. Okay. Then. We'll just listen. I'm seeing I and I thought everyone was seeing this a quarterback who's not as mobile in the pocket anymore. A quarterback who not what what are you talking about saying? We're seeing snail that battle. Battle said mobile in the pocket. One of his I always thought wanna Brady's biggest strengths was being able to step up in the bucket. Navigate Valerie yards. Absolutely. But that's why said mobility in the pocket of being able to step it away from path rose never scrambling. Not at all. I'm seeing a guy who a lot of times this year what same thing we saw from Payton in his second last year where he sacks himself where he sees the rush coming says, I'm not going to be able to get away from this. I'm going down. We're we're seeing a guy who is is not at the same place as he's been. And that's what you're supposed to be at this point is it's not it's not sacrilege to say it, it's not unfair to say it and to say that. Oh, it's not that. He's forty one. It's that it's everything else around him. It's that the patriots knew they were gonna lose those guys and thought they'd be fine. Then they thought they had a new left tackle in the draft. I understand that they've spent the first round pick on their left tackle. I forget his name. Georgia and he didn't play for them this year. He got hurt preseason. I get that. And Josh, Gordon, it's not like they were counting on Josh Gordon going into the year. They. Just Gordon comes in. He has a he's productive. And then he leaves and it's barely even a story. He's their leading receiver. He's of course, had an impact he leaves us. Like, oh, yeah. Of course, they're gonna win the next game. To test team. Saying this. He's got twenty nine touchdowns and eleven interceptions near three to one. Touchdown interception ratio. That's at that's up there with the best in the game..
"leyland" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Be one of those things that you'll hear a lot of the live using come from Garth. Brooks is on with us right now in one hundred years after we're both gone Garth. I assume we'll be gone. What's that one song, you go man, if they only get one song, this is one I want them to play when they remember me? It's gonna curse the blessing founded early the curses, you wonder if he'll ever finding like it the dance off the very first sector. It's just kills me. It's it's the one and you'll see in the special as well. This is the one that just when it comes everybody just kinda just owns in. It's a party until Abner coz to somewhere else, you're in the dance. But that's it. And the truth is mannequins attribute show. I don't care if they get by name, I, but I I hope they get the name of the song accents. That's what lives forever. Tell me about the anthropology part three live. Man. This is a this is a fun piece for me because there's three things that we do in our career as artists we song. Right. We record. And we entertain and for me my favorite one of the threes. Entertain just out there where the rubber meets the road. You see what you've done see how it affects people or if it affects people and so that same way with the allergies of all the colleges is my baby because it's live. So it's got all the great color all the great action shots in it. And this is kinda my favorite the anthology part. Three live Garth. Brooks is on right now you ever just going karaoke anywhere ever. Just hop in a bar, and you're like just grab a microphone and sing. I was downtown at Leyland's we'd done a we've done thank for C R S there earlier this year. So we went back to do album cover shits for the new record out of Lila's and right next door. Does he next door? I hear the band fire up in the first song they start with his that summer. Talk russet. And they can you give me about ten minutes. I'll be right back and just jumped in with the band and saying, and then that's that's fun right there karaoke, but it's even better just jumping in with a bar band. That's covering one of your teams 'cause as a guy that used to play in bar band flecked. And right. It's the greatest compliment you can give an artist to be playing their stuff. So it was it was a lot of fun that might've been the one of the most fun moments of my life right there. Hey, tell me about stronger than me, we just played it. But tell me about give me some some Garth words on the phone. Starting to me. I think is a it was a gift to me. It was something that you know. And you know, how much I love this year would. And and I'm a kinda make living putting words together. I could not put these words together somebody else had to do it. And just I'm hoping that that transfers over to everybody else because the vets and doing it for me. And hopefully, there's some guys out there that you know, might not know how to say it, but these words right here. Perfect for for the Queen Garth. You know, I love you, buddy. Regulations on everything man. You're you're busier than well. I can't say this politically, correct, you're busy. You know? I don't like talking about me. Some in this right now Garth Brooks. Gotta talk a lot Gainesville. Pittsburgh the anthology par-three stronger than me the new single live from Notre Dame. This guy's got more going on than than anybody. I talk to you. But have a good morning. I love about see about him. Mary is my cousin Garth Brooks. I'm gonna call them. My cousin. My cousin Garth Brooks. Pretty good awesome. Yes. Who knew what do they got new had to interview? It's time for the good news. So this guy James lost twelve hundred dollars that he planned on donating by the way didn't know where he lost it envelope full of cash. Well, he'd kind of given up hope, but then he saw on Facebook his local police department posted. Did anyone lose anything of value at this Kroger? And here's like I was at Kroger. I lost something of value silicon into it film. It was his envelope full of twelve hundred dollars cash and a woman who turned it in..
"leyland" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"We got Rogin lavonia. How are you Rogie? You're on the plants. Barry doing great. Hey, I Don that start off by saying, Lance. Appreciate all you did here in Detroit. I I guess that's a big fan of yours, and you hit a home run off a Larry Sorenson that I missed by just a couple of inches up in left field. But I appreciate your efforts and win. I appreciate. But my question is this you started off as a third base? And you were drafted as a third base. If I remember correctly. Do you ever regret? Not being the third base. No, I do not. And actually, I was more surprised that I was drafted as a third baseman. Then finally switched me over the catcher. I caught my entire career from little league all the way through high school. I believe it was maybe a few times that the Tigers came to scout me when I was in high school my senior year that I was playing third day. So they decided you draft me as a basement. So I think it all worked out the way that it was supposed to you know, I I had fun playing third. But you know, I I honestly felt like being behind the plate was my position. I'm just like everybody else that I always wished that. I would have had an opportunity to pitch because I pitched in high school and little league and pony league. And all that as well. But you know, the way things worked out I obviously cannot do. I had a fun career productive career, and it was a blast being behind the plate and being a part of the action on every place. So it was it was all good. We got one more Email for you. Let's go to it who we got. We have one more from Hank in Toledo, and he says Lance by the time you're playing career was over was before. I was. A Tigers fan. So the majority of my memories of you growing up as a coach how was it being Tigers bench coach for Alan Trammell and having Kirk Gibson unstaffed as well. Well, the truth of the matter is is I was not Trammell bench. Coach believe right bullpen. Give me was his bench coach. And then I think he switched him over to handle the hitting the last year that we were all together there, but you know, dancer, the question I I enjoy every minute of being a part of that staff. I think we all knew that we had a huge challenge ahead of us when we accepted the opportunity to be part of that coaching staff and try to restore some pride back in Detroit baseball. It was a lot of work. And and I think we all put our hearts into it. And we've been great if we would have the opportunity to see it to fruition. Do you know to stick around? I thought we were in the beginning stages of the building process there, obviously because a year. After we left. The Tigers were fortunate enough to get to the World Series with Jim Leyland is the manager. But I always felt like, you know, he was the work that Gabby and myself and tram and Bruce fields and Bob Clark and want Sam well, all those guys all the stuff that we did for the three years that we were. There was kind of paving the way for them to enjoy the success that they had when they were a part of the Detroit Tigers under Jim Leyland. So you know, I take some pride in that. It was fun. I wish like I say we could stay there a little bit longer. And then a part of that. But you know, things work out the way they do in baseball. And and you know, we all moved on and. You know, we're still able to stand baseball. So it was it was great to just be a part of that building process. You had one years the announcer to which was interesting to for being on that scale. Yeah. Well, actually. I was I was let go off Phil garner staff, and I was still under contract for the year. So they offered me an opportunity to either be the AA manager. To go up into the booth and work with Frank Beckmann as the color analyst. There was there was something else. I can't remember what they, but you know. I'd already been doing work in the minor leagues. So really I wanted to stay at the major league level. And I had always been curious about having the opportunity to be in the booth, and you know, be commentator of some kind working with Frank was great semi opportunity. Do color work. It was I think fifty game pack is the local networks. So it was all fun. I, you know, it was it was obviously great after doing that was able to get back on the coaching staff tram when he got the job time, Lance. I appreciate you coming on to your wife for me and say Hello to Matt for me. You beat me with a home run in California. Both of them for me. And tell you some David give my number p I'll put him on the show sometime. I know you're displaced down Rochester. You my number telling me give me a call. I'll do that. All right. Great. Yeah. Thank you, Lance. He'll be back next Saturday. I'm gonna be on five till seven next Senator Nick Sunday five to seven PM on sportstalk. Thank you for listening. We'll talk to you next time. Thank you,.
"leyland" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"In Krisztian ballsy Ford's letter to Diane Feinstein, Leyland Kaiser is referred to as a he Leyland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds the ex wife of Bob Beckel in the letter to Feinstein Wayland Kaiser is referred to as a he'd this has led analysts to believe that Ford didn't write the letter Ford would know that we Linda Kaiser would presumably no that Leland Kaiser's, not a man. Leland Kaiser's wanna ballsy Ford's best buds, then she would know. She's a woman, but she's referred to as a he. So now, we're back to Monica McLean. Balzac's buddy who helped her write the letter from her home in Rehoboth, Delaware. Guess what McLean is a former FBI agent said to have worked as a spokesperson for for Preet Boura Preet Berrara former staffer for Senator Schumer, he went onto become US attorney southern district for New York, Trump fired him, and and now he is one of the biggest never-trumpers out there. Mclean's lawyer is David Lofton from the archives of the Washington Post, February two thousand eighteen this guy was instrumental in the press waves the prosecutor in in charge of. Hang.
"leyland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In Krisztian ballsy Ford's letter to Dianne Feinstein Leyland Decatur is referred to as a he Leyland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds the ex wife of Bob Beckel in the letter to Feinstein Leyland Kaiser is referred to as a he'd this has led analysts to believe that four didn't write the letter Ford would know that Leland Kaiser would presumably no that Leland Kaiser's, not a man. Leland. Kaiser is ballsy Ford's best buds, then she would know she's a woman, but she's referred to as a he. So now, we're back to Monica McLean. Balzac's buddy who helped her write the letter from her home in Rehoboth, Delaware. Guess what McLean is a former FBI agent said to have worked as a spokesperson for for Preet Vora Preet Berrara former staffer for Senator Schumer he went onto become US attorney southern district for New York till Trump fired him. And and now he is one of the biggest never-trumpers out there. Mclean's lawyer is David Lofton from the archives. The Washington Post February two thousand eighteen this guy was instrumental in the press waves the prosecutor in in charge of. Hang on. Let me complete the dot swing. It back. When you know. Iheartradio nine seventy WFL. A good afternoon. I'm Steve hall. Our top story at one thirty the senators voted fifty-one to forty nine and a procedural vote to advance the nomination of judge Brent cavenaugh for the supreme court prior to the vote. The ranking member of the Senate Judiciary committee democrat Dianne Feinstein spoke out against cavenaugh of resigning during the hearing with sexual assault accuser. Christine Ford this behavior revealed a hostility and belligerence that is unbecoming of someone seeking to be elevated to the United States Supreme court. His display was so shocking that more than two thousand four hundred law professors from around the country have expressed their opposition. Toll Senate expected you take the actual confirmation vote on cavenaugh sometime tomorrow. Missing mom and child found that story is next. But first a check of the roads, here's.
"leyland" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"In Krisztian ballsy Ford's letter to Dianne Feinstein Leyland decays is referred to as a he Leyland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds the ex wife of Bob Beckel in the letter to Feinstein Leyland Kaiser is referred to as a he'd this has led analysts to believe that four didn't write the letter Ford would know that Leland Kaiser would presumably no that Leland Kaiser's, not a man. Leland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds, then she would know she's a woman, but she's referred to as a he. So now, we're back to Monica McLean. Ball Z's buddy who helped her write the letter from her home in Rehoboth, Delaware. Guess what McLean is a former FBI agent said to have worked as a spokesperson for for Preet ver- Aurora Preet Berrara former staffer for Senator Schumer he went on to become US attorney southern district for New York till Trump fired him. And and now he is one of the biggest never-trumpers out there. Mclean's lawyer is David Lofton from the archives. The Washington Post February two thousand eighteen this guy was instrumental in the press waves the prosecutor in in charge of. Well, there's living hang on. Let me complete the hamlets news time twelve thirty. I'm carol. Daniel Arizona, Senator Jeff flake now says he will vote to confirm supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh, unless something big changes. The White House has confident cavenaugh will be confirmed. CBS news. Correspondent Paula Reed says the cavenaugh hearing allegations have been a rallying call for Republican voters polling showing it has helped close the enthusiasm gap ahead of the midterm elections on Wednesday. He tweeted something very big is happening. He noted that there was more enthusiasm and energy for for the upcoming midterms because of what many people receive at president and his allies as an attack on judge Cavanaugh. The US unemployment rate has.
"leyland" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Of humanity at eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two in Christine ballsy Ford's letter to Dianne Feinstein Leyland decays earlier is referred to as a he Leyland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds the ex wife of Bob Beckel in the letter to Feinstein Leyland Kaiser is referred to as a he this has led analysts to believe that four didn't write the letter Ford would know that we to Kaiser would presumably no that Leland Kaiser's, not a man. Leland. Kaiser wanna ballsy Ford's best buds, then she would know she's a woman, but she's referred to as a he. So now, we're back to Monica McLean. Balzac's buddy who helped her write the letter from her home in Rehoboth, Delaware. Guess what McLean is a former FBI agent said to have worked as a spokesperson for for pre Boura Preet Berrara former staffer for Senator Schumer he went on to become US attorney southern district for New York till Trump fired him. And and now he is one of the biggest never-trumpers out there. Mclean's lawyer. David Lofton from the archives. The Washington Post February two thousand eighteen this guy was instrumental in the press waves the prosecutor in in charge of. Livingstone hang on. Let me complete the dots. Lincoln back is Charlie Parker. W O AI has your shot at one thousand dollars. Now. Text the keyword money to two hundred two hundred you'll get a text confirming entry, plus iheartradio info. Standard data and message. Rates apply. That's money. M O N E Y two two hundred two hundred..
"leyland" Discussed on KNSS
"Two eight eight two up in Krisztian ballsy Ford's letter to Diane Feinstein Leyland Decatur is referred to as a he Leyland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds the ex wife. Bob Beckel in the letter to Feinstein Leyland Kaiser is referred to as a he'd this has led the analysts to believe that four didn't write the letter Ford would know that we Linda Kaiser would presumably no that Leland Kaiser's, not a man. Leland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds, then she would know she's a woman, but she's referred to as a he. So now, we're back to Monica McLean. Balzac's buddy who helped her write the letter from her home in Rehoboth, Delaware. Guess what McLean is a former FBI agent said to have worked as a spokesperson for for Preet Boura Preet Berrara former staffer for Senator Schumer he went onto become US attorney southern district for New York till Trump fired him. And and now he is one of the biggest never-trumpers out there. Mclean's lawyer is David Lofton from the archives. The Washington Post February two thousand eighteen this guy was instrumental in the press waves the prosecutor in in charge of. Livingstone.
"leyland" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Two in Krisztian ballsy Ford's letter to Dianne Feinstein Leyland to Kaiser is referred to as a he Leyland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds the ex wife of Bob Beckel in the letter to Feinstein Leyland Kaiser is referred to as a heave. This has led analysts to believe that four didn't write the letter Ford would know that we Linda Kaiser would presumably no that Leland Kaiser's, not a man. Leland. Kaiser is one of ballsy Ford's best buds, then she would know she's a woman, but she's referred to as a he. So now, we're back to Monica McLean. Ballsy buddy who helped her write the letter from her home in Rehoboth, Delaware. Guess what McLean is a former FBI agent said to have worked as a spokesperson for for Preet Boura Berrara former staffer for Senator Schumer he went on to become US attorney southern district for New York till Trump fired him. And and now he is one of the biggest never-trumpers out there. Mclean's lawyer is David Lofton from the archives. The Washington Post February two thousand eighteen this guy was instrumental in the press waves the prosecutor in in charge of well,.
"leyland" Discussed on JKNews
"In reach out us submitted by leyland loved the bales thank you know i was stuck on the song the he didn't i don't know how it really oh but thank you so much mental health experts are concerned of an increased risk of suicide contagion after celebrity suicides all this is a sad motto fuck this shit dog because it's like a lot of system happening like that that thing can do case spayed at the bill darn with so many people thinking happened because a case pain in gaza because a case made in then he got the dr because we know that kate spade was obsessed with robin williams death or suicide holy mackerel because i heard about that chain reaction among a group of friends it's high probability that if someone close to you does the suicidal 's within that group someone else should go all cornell chester from park yeah your anger so sad him all this alleged that's a lot of celebrities within the past year a lot of them that's crazy it was robin williams twenty eighteen or twenty seventeen fourteen not even one of his try to be relevant no no.
Prince William, Kate and Britain discussed on
"News from outside our world it is unworthy to the red planet for a robot geologists nassar's newest mars explorers moved out of earth orbit and zooming toward the red planet after a smooth launch from california the atlas rocket put the mars insight lander into a temporary orbit around earth than an hour later the upper stage fired and put the spacecraft on a direct path toward mars cbs news space consultant bill harwood goal is really to learn more about how terrestrial world these rocky worlds like mercury venus earth and mars formed at the beginning of the solar system four and a half billion years ago it'll take the spacecraft more than six months to get their sam litzinger cbs news prince william and his wife kate have released a couple of pictures documenting the early days of britain's newest prince two photos include one of prince louis alone one of them being cuddled by three year old big sister princess charlotte palace statement said the royal couple of one at thank the public for all the kind messages tom foty cbs news it's eleven oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs partly to mostly cloudy overnight sunny tomorrow after morning clouds and some patchy fog good evening i'm peter finch here's what's happening fifteen hundred residents of hawaii's big island have been evacuated they faced the threat of lava and dangerous gas in their neighborhood with the latest eruption from the killer way of volcano so far five homes have been destroyed and leilani estates eight fishers of opened up in the residential areas since they started to form thursday each measuring several hundred yards long hawaii news now reporter ben gutierrez is in an evacuation center just two miles from leyland states if you're worried about what the little waikiki those places completely different.
"leyland" Discussed on The Big Web Show
"I assume you're going to write a book at some point but one of the nice things about starting with leyland is that a lot of these concepts there so elastic there so time based video it's a great way to teach them yeah it's hard in a book yes because it doesn't squish right so i have to do basically all do light green shots of different state boards storyboards of different states it'd be either like this is what it looks like narrow wide in between this is what it looks like you know the first moment i think in this is something i talked about last year as well where you know howard if we want to get away from the pdf for we wanna get away from thinking statically and we want to think more flexibly in we wanna think about time based experiences how do we do that without taking forever to come up with the drawings or the communication medium and i think you can do that with paper and pen you can do that when you're just either draw storyboards you can say you know and this is what the book would have to is like how do you show this flexible dynamic medium in a print book well or even a print ipe static abe by a store by storyboards i love i love stories i love i love drawing the stuff anyway i think it's just it's so freeing to draw the interface you think obviously there's a million decisions you haven't made yet and it's really sloppy and half the stuff you think you're designing probably isn't possible but it's a great way to just rough out ideas and discard them and and there's no attachment you know if i spent sixteen hours in photoshop making making a cop and then you go i'm hurt if i code that if i code that thing and then you say that i'm hurt i'm like i don't wanna i think some of the you know there's always this hostility between designers and their bosses designers in the marketing team designers and developers and it's not it's counterproductive and i think if you start low fi and sketch this is the idea have plus it would free you too.
"leyland" Discussed on WJR 760
"The fourth estate leak for jim leila this seem jim leyland that's that we all know who jimmy is and what kind of a career he had but tim's the manager of blue at the in the fourth estate lee and it louis the ndp as the league as a third baseman i have not met liu yet meet in the middle of sick temporary we're both uh selected to go to the florida instruction league ball the first thing i beat him they moved him to second after being the mdp italy didn't say a word i guess they had some vision that uh that loan i might work out together and then that day on luhn i've worked together and played together for roughly twenty years and that's how it happened but he never settled work and he checked his eagle at the door and blowing holes when i r lee for life the longest running doubleplay combination history baseball but uh people most people a lot of people don't build that story of how it started i was always a shortstop blue converts doesn't say a word and uh you know i think the tigers new a little something i felt like maybe that was where if you would be up best fit for him for the long run but so they were right and does of a lot of work a lot of pleasure to playing beside one player for all those years i think he can imagine how special that has that was and always will be tram we're talking to alan trammell ellen what is it about baseball that has captivated the hearts of america for a hundred and forty eight years before they slip away i mean that yet again and you go back to your childhood and something that you just need your love and it's always been the love even though i'm a lot older and.
"leyland" Discussed on WEEI
"To it it's dave gordon graded he's a a weird beauty to offer area so you can get big projects dawn were quite pretty much well nobody in that is he's not about the money is the book uh you know what kind of film he wants to make it he was talking to me of all leyland pondy you just we walked out into the movie it off like yeah that's it's it's about an under the same amine it's the personalities are a very similar which is which is perfect yeah who quoted part did it i'm looking forward to seeing it ominous real soon i just need to know in advance is mark wahlberg where superhero keeping the eyes of all during the movie in saved the day or now yeah yeah yeah no no no it up all the eu at all i mean i i'm sure i know see irony is kirk and jeffers we thought you must have thought the patriots day with mark wahlberg pick and would overshadow you movie it turns out it's going to help because it was such a stretch it was fantasy was fiction that bother you and and you and the beauty of your movie you're store is it so real and it's the you know the ultimate in nonfiction it's real life it's also a much in the in scope it's a smaller story you know i i understand both focus on on the on the marathon but it's a smaller story yeah are you i i haven't seen petered stay in um you know that as you can probably tell this bad it's probably you really touchy for me as you know as well you know what i i you know today september eleven and you know the seeing those movies are never coming out and i didn't and i chose not to consider they were they seem to be tough and uh you know i i.
"leyland" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And jim leyland see this is the thing though jim leyland wild gruff jim leyland had a soft an emotional underbelly and i just wish i can't believe i'm saying this that more of you were like jim leyland in this respect when someone's broken you don't pounds a lot of people spent a lot of time pouncing tearing down tiger woods yesterday like enjoying eating our heroes carnivorous louis they don't believe that he sincere though that's a big part of it and i agree with your overall promising your point they don't believe that vat guys and see i'm always alarmed maybe he's not i don't know i i it's weird because in this business i probably 'em in the judgment business i just hate the idea of raining down judgement on people when they make these public mistakes and then defining them by it and usually grimy we went through this already with tiger woods i know many of you this happened had happened in the on his because it happened around here i remember all the fights that we had rome like why do you guys want publicly broken tiger woods to apologize to you for his marital infidelity and then he got up there any apologized for them with his mother hugging hurt his family was there and i remember you got having a specific of reaction of why did i want that right like why and i just wish that sometimes when a person appeared in front of you broken by some sort of public publicity crime that your reaction which just forgiveness because it's kind and said and many of you with hold it for reasons that i'm not really sure i understand like that that apologies not sincere enough.