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"lisa steele" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"lisa steele" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"One first quarterback in franchise history to do so too will drafted by the dolphins with the number five pick in last month's draft most anticipated dolphins QB since Dan Marino to a war thirteen in college at Alabama that's already retired by the dolphins for the aforementioned Marino there were seventeen players assigned number one during the twenty nineteen season including van Panthers quarterback cam Newton and Arizona's Kyler Murray talk about a little will be the seventh player in dolphins franchise history to were number one in a regular season game hall of fame Oilers quarterback Warren moon or number one for the Miami Heat Chris bosh I never wanted his Jersey which was retired in twenty nineteen Marlins second baseman Lisa Steele three time all star wearing uniform number one end on the ice Berlingo there's only one number one first Jersey retired by that franchise we're talking about quarterbacks we've seen some veteran movements in recent weeks about the impact of those moves earlier on Golic and Wingo bigger bigger message sent dak or Carson but I I don't I don't look at it as a message for your set your saying if your cars are so I'm saying which quarterback then you do you think feels more some type of way about what's happening because well I think Carson Wentz because he's going to get taken off the field Jackson has signed his deal and never get taken off the field Hey Andy we have a package for you will go on in jacket off the field that's not gonna happen completely disagree right now Jack Prescott Jack press that you've gone through this song and dance for well over a year with this organization watch them sign everyone and now they're even going to sign their backup before they make out or if you send me that means nothing to me I I don't I don't know how you can say one guy is affected by the premise of them bringing someone is affected because Carson Wentz will be off the field at times we'll tell you about the first health is at least being invested into by his team the Dallas Cowboys he always and they're going to what are you talking about that for you as a human being in that setting for an install it's an organization has not yet put pen to paper invested they haven't agreed on a deal deals take a long time listen I'm not saying that's happy I'm not saying that but the bottom line to me is Jack is a good sign and Jack is never going to leave the field first player first quarterback in franchise history to be ever the franchise tax board center all night ESPN radio the NFL we'll be taking the wraps off its schedule this week the twenty twenty regular season schedule is set to be released Thursday but the NFL will may need to change course at some point and apart from the schedule that they'll be releasing due to the corona virus pandemic is how real the possibility is that ESPN insider Jeff Darlington for the NFL if there is really any good news is that this is happening at a time when they will eventually go into a little bit of what is an annual dark period now generally speaking the offseason program lasts until about mid June last year for instance the mandatory mini camp that concluded the offseason program was June thirteenth and then everything pretty much goes dark until training camp opens last year it opened from rookies in Baltimore July seventeenth so there was a month there so what happens in that time basically sits back and starts to monitor things I was speaking with one of the sources told me that they will look at any and all models to get ideas about how they can proceed here will be monitoring for instance I'm told the Korean baseball league to see how things go there but football facing a far more complicated situation we're we're talking about man to man called we're talking about bodies flying around all over each other so this is a little different than baseball but for the NFL's credit they're trying to really put a widespread enough to figure out any way that they can start football on time right so with training camp set to begin mid late July as you mentioned Hey what happens if that gets delayed for any reason especially considering the schedules coming out in two days right now of course the NFL can still cancel some of training camp and start the regular season on time what we saw when the lockdown occurred in twenty eleven they ended up being able to start training camp on time there were contingency plans in place and that if it did lead into a training camp or they did not get a new CBA that they would still be willing to start the season on time with an abbreviated training camp that plan was in place that certainly could be the case again this year so again I want to call good news but but certainly from the NFL's perspective they're in a better spot than a lot of others for treatment in the sense that they do have a little bit of a window to monitor exactly how they'll proceed with the season moving forward and then in terms of if there is a season this fall how will it look especially for something like the Browns Odell Beckham junior saying this to be a breakout season for him and the Browns earlier on around the home I agree with Joe Thomas particularly with Baker because the shut up part comes as much with the only get to talk if you show up and he hasn't all recently I'm more interested in LBJ because the way this season went last year I think we would have heard about all these injuries I'm not accusing them of not being real I'm just curious as to why when he was struggling or wasn't performing the way we expected we didn't hear this as the reason why until now I'd be very interested to hear what whether that was his decision the team Jackie buy or sell these bold brown proclamations well I'm going to sell them because they're both somewhat self evident to me L. back in these injuries sounded pretty serious so if in fact that's what was going on with him then fine come back let's see what you can do and Baker Mayfield I just feel like every time we're saying Hey man time for you to do so no news there I guess so the buyer sell these brown on top I want to get a comment from Lil Wayne before I say anything here's a you know the thing about Odell just go out and play you know you do you do too much talking Jerry rice in talk about having a great season you just would go out and do it but last year this puts a lot of pressure on Baker Mayfield then he only completed four touchdown passes to Odell Odell is true only get seventy four catches in a season and as for this being a make or break season for Baker Mayfield with patients I mean I I understand what Joe's saying about this the make or break year but I don't agree with that I think if you have a recipe for how to develop a quarterback for head coaches in three years if you include great way of that little spent is not the way to do it and so I think and repair the new GM the fans get a new head coach they understand this is going to be a work in progress although listen all the weapons that it that Joe was talking about you have to be have to be able to execute you have to understand the offense do details you have to understand that whole process is going to take time even putting in new offense of lime it's all going to be a work in progress I don't think this team hits its stride until middle of the season if everything starts on time so as you're looking at this I don't I I think quarterbacks get way too much credit when they win a way too much credit when they lose that's all we ever want to focus on but the reality is this organization as a whole has it done a great job of making sure the right people the right infrastructure is around this quarterback they drafted to be their future give him some time to let all of them including and you're very the new GM developed together ESPN analyst Jeff Saturday so we'll we'll see what those spring holds for the NFL including the scheduled up it will be released on Thursday the NFL planning for a fall season but they do have contingency plans that have been discussed as well if the NBA returns have things been smoothed over in Utah sports are only continues to just be a radio this time the New England has come to a close what it all means this is just going to tell us plenty of fine can we go this morning on ESPN radio straight talk even though most live sports run hold now big wireless companies haven't stopped playing games they're always trying to lock you in overpriced contracts with straight talk wireless.

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"lisa steele" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

Lochhead on Marketing

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"lisa steele" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

"All right disagreeing commit this. This episode is inspired by a recent conversation. I had with legendary technology executive a Lisa Steele on episode one twenty nine failure different and on the episode one one of Things Lisa touches on is the power of being able to disagree and commit now as a marketing leader. CMO Or frankly CEO or executive any kind On big decisions we get a lot of help and for some reason in marketing we get a lot of and I put help here in. Air quotes Even more help than I think. A lot of other department department leaders or Group leaders in business get and so I think debate and discussion and disagreement are good things. When we're we're working on strategies or creative ideas or new campaign ideas or for trying to design a category etc and so I think debate discussion and agree? A disagreement disagreement are good. Here's what I think is bad consensus because what I've learned is if everybody agreed by definition the decision probably probably sucks. If someone is scared maybe even little upset or at least a little concerned. The decision we've just made is probably not a legendary everyone and so if you understand this How do you get in front of it from the very first meeting when you're working on a new initiative in marketing tell people well number one we want to do something legendary here number to China Jim generate as many legendary ideas and creative strategies as possible in the beginning? When we're we're in the you know what the consultants call the quote unquote idea stage And number three when we finally decide we're going to lock and load and we're going to execute like my friend marketing assassin. Rick Bennett says like a pack of speed crazed wolverines and so I think it's essential to lay that foundation on Dacian upfront in the first meeting and And understand as we go forward and frankly tell people this that some people Maybe potentially even board members of the company or senior executives will not like the strategic decision that we make and that's okay let everybody know from the beginning. It's fine nine and here's what they also need to know. We are not aiming for consensus. Were amazing legendary results so from the start of the project let everybody know a who the decider is in business. It's great to get feedback. It's great to get input. It's great to consider ideas but most businesses says are not democracies and so making it clear who the sole decider is you know typically in marketing it's the CMO sometimes of course it's a CEO but make that very clear. Second set the expectation that we expect even if you violently disagree with the decision that we make that everybody audie on the team is going to commit an that might mean disagreeing commit even if you hate it and you know I want to share share with you a story about this I was involved with a major strategic category design initiative a little while ago and it was uh the future of the company was really at stake and it was a multi multi month process that included the board the senior executive team of course the marketing team team senior sales leaders senior product leaders etc.. And as we were going through this one of the major leaders in marketing decided that he did not like the kind of leading candidate idea for the new category that was emerging and he even brought forth a competing heating idea and tried to sort of UNHOOK the decision. That was in the process of being made which frankly I think is fair game. If you have a competing idea that you think is better. I think you should stand up and talk about that anyway. Here's what happened over time This marketing leaders counter idea was not chosen and The idea that was sort of in play from the beginning ended up becoming the idea. I thought this guy was probably going to have to get fired. Given how much he disagreed with the idea for the new category that had been decided and this guy did something I have rarely seen in my career. He did did what you could think of as a complete stop change. Start and the minute. The decision was taken. He got on board and he executed like a pack of speed crazed Wahlberg Wolverines and later on through the process as the execution was going forward. I pulled this guy set aside and I said you know I'm incredibly impressed. Most people who disagree as much as you do can't get on board with the decision that they disagreed with and we had a powerful conversation around why he thought it was important essentially to disagree and commit and once the decision was made he got over it and got on with it and I think that's incredibly powerful and I think it's an important skill and one that I've always tried to get behind. There have been points in my career where I disagreed and I wanted the world to think I think even if I hated the idea if this was the idea that was being committed to that I I loved it and I was on board from the get-go and I think that's what legendary leaders do do and I think it's especially important marketing. Where big marketing decisions tend to get a lot of visibility train? Everybody coach everybody condition. Everybody that that we are going to WE'RE GONNA launch. We're going to get aggressive. We're going to execute an order to do that. People are going to disagree and part of being legendary marketing leader. Frankly part of being legendary executive is the ability to disagree and commit all right. We would like to thank the amazing Marketing podcast gas marketing over coffee with my buddy John Wall. If you love marketing check it out marketing over coffee if you WANNA design dominate legendary categories. My Friends Eh. Category Design Advisors Dot Com can. Help you check them out. CATEGORY DESIGNED ADVISORS DOT COM if you're in the UK and you want to do some legendary marketing and trend Jax you've heard him on this odd cast checkout positive marketing. That's Paul Mars Company in the UK Positive Marketing Dot Com speaking of legendary companies. They do marketing outside the US my friends at rapid media DOT COM dot. A you are the leading Independent Agency Agency in Australia for legendary marketing across all platforms check him out a rapid media DOT COM dot. AU and also check out the number one bestseller from my friend. Bruce Cleveland traversing the traction gap. I think is a must read before entrepreneurs and speaking something that I think is a must one of my favorite podcasts. grumpy old deeks. Check it out wherever you get legendary. PODCASTS the thought I'll leave you with comes from Asia. Paul Satra who said commitment is an act not a word. Stay legendary my friends and until were together again while you're different.

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"lisa steele" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

Lochhead on Marketing

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"lisa steele" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing

"All right disagreeing commit this. This episode is inspired by a recent conversation. I had with legendary technology executive a Lisa Steele on episode one twenty nine failure different and on the episode one one of Things Lisa touches on is the power of being able to disagree and commit now as a marketing leader. CMO Or frankly CEO or executive any kind On big decisions we get a lot of help and for some reason in marketing we get a lot of and I put help here in. Air quotes Even more help than I think. A lot of other department department leaders or Group leaders in business get and so I think debate and discussion and disagreement are good things. When we're we're working on strategies or creative ideas or new campaign ideas or for trying to design a category etc and so I think debate discussion and agree? A disagreement disagreement are good. Here's what I think is bad consensus because what I've learned is if everybody agreed by definition the decision probably probably sucks. If someone is scared maybe even little upset or at least a little concerned. The decision we've just made is probably not a legendary everyone and so if you understand this How do you get in front of it from the very first meeting when you're working on a new initiative in marketing tell people well number one we want to do something legendary here number to China Jim generate as many legendary ideas and creative strategies as possible in the beginning? When we're we're in the you know what the consultants call the quote unquote idea stage And number three when we finally decide we're going to lock and load and we're going to execute like my friend marketing assassin. Rick Bennett says like a pack of speed crazed wolverines and so I think it's essential to lay that foundation on Dacian upfront in the first meeting and And understand as we go forward and frankly tell people this that some people Maybe potentially even board members of the company or senior executives will not like the strategic decision that we make and that's okay let everybody know from the beginning. It's fine nine and here's what they also need to know. We are not aiming for consensus. Were amazing legendary results so from the start of the project let everybody know a who the decider is in business. It's great to get feedback. It's great to get input. It's great to consider ideas but most businesses says are not democracies and so making it clear who the sole decider is you know typically in marketing it's the CMO sometimes of course it's a CEO but make that very clear. Second set the expectation that we expect even if you violently disagree with the decision that we make that everybody audie on the team is going to commit an that might mean disagreeing commit even if you hate it and you know I want to share share with you a story about this I was involved with a major strategic category design initiative a little while ago and it was uh the future of the company was really at stake and it was a multi multi month process that included the board the senior executive team of course the marketing team team senior sales leaders senior product leaders etc.. And as we were going through this one of the major leaders in marketing decided that he did not like the kind of leading candidate idea for the new category that was emerging and he even brought forth a competing heating idea and tried to sort of UNHOOK the decision. That was in the process of being made which frankly I think is fair game. If you have a competing idea that you think is better. I think you should stand up and talk about that anyway. Here's what happened over time This marketing leaders counter idea was not chosen and The idea that was sort of in play from the beginning ended up becoming the idea. I thought this guy was probably going to have to get fired. Given how much he disagreed with the idea for the new category that had been decided and this guy did something I have rarely seen in my career. He did did what you could think of as a complete stop change. Start and the minute. The decision was taken. He got on board and he executed like a pack of speed crazed Wahlberg Wolverines and later on through the process as the execution was going forward. I pulled this guy set aside and I said you know I'm incredibly impressed. Most people who disagree as much as you do can't get on board with the decision that they disagreed with and we had a powerful conversation around why he thought it was important essentially to disagree and commit and once the decision was made he got over it and got on with it and I think that's incredibly powerful and I think it's an important skill and one that I've always tried to get behind. There have been points in my career where I disagreed and I wanted the world to think I think even if I hated the idea if this was the idea that was being committed to that I I loved it and I was on board from the get-go and I think that's what legendary leaders do do and I think it's especially important marketing. Where big marketing decisions tend to get a lot of visibility train? Everybody coach everybody condition. Everybody that that we are going to WE'RE GONNA launch. We're going to get aggressive. We're going to execute an order to do that. People are going to disagree and part of being legendary marketing leader. Frankly part of being legendary executive is the ability to disagree and commit all right. We would like to thank the amazing Marketing podcast gas marketing over coffee with my buddy John Wall. If you love marketing check it out marketing over coffee if you WANNA design dominate legendary categories. My Friends Eh. Category Design Advisors Dot Com can. Help you check them out. CATEGORY DESIGNED ADVISORS DOT COM if you're in the UK and you want to do some legendary marketing and trend Jax you've heard him on this odd cast checkout positive marketing. That's Paul Mars Company in the UK Positive Marketing Dot Com speaking of legendary companies. They do marketing outside the US my friends at rapid media DOT COM dot. A you are the leading Independent Agency Agency in Australia for legendary marketing across all platforms check him out a rapid media DOT COM dot. AU and also check out the number one bestseller from my friend. Bruce Cleveland traversing the traction gap. I think is a must read before entrepreneurs and speaking something that I think is a must one of my favorite podcasts. grumpy old deeks. Check it out wherever you get legendary. PODCASTS the thought I'll leave you with comes from Asia. Paul Satra who said commitment is an act not a word. Stay legendary my friends and until were together again while you're different.

executive CEO Lisa Steele senior executive Rick Bennett China UK Paul Satra Asia Bruce Cleveland Dacian US Wahlberg Independent Agency Agency Paul Mars Company John Wall Australia
"lisa steele" Discussed on Ballistic Radio

Ballistic Radio

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"lisa steele" Discussed on Ballistic Radio

"So we're talking with MASCI UBE And so one of the things eh that we were discussing his. How When you look at the actual research the vast majority of defensive gun uses And in the display of a firearm. No shots fired. And that's what. NC encounter in a positive manner for the the armed citizen citizen. And you were discussing. How if we if we carry along that thought and someone enters into a home unlawfully and ear confronted by a homeowner that is armed with Something that is culturally More frightening that that can have an impact on them but to be clear. You're not saying that you know we're not necessarily planning on a psychological ecological stop happening there. There are other advantages to to selecting things like that right. There are the air fifteen fifteen for example in defense context. Historically the person buying the household defense gone tends to be the Alpha male at the family. it's one gender stereotype. It's unfortunately it's been true though. We're seeing a change now and often we'd see the man of the house Bring home a full cise. Fourteen inch poll stock Pump Gun twelve gauge magnum and say a lot of research. But here's the gun for you. I used to protect the cubs. And you've got a petite five foot tall female who has to lean back at the show this just all the darn thing up full-power our twelve gauges in a seven half-pound shotgun is GonNa give you about the same recoil as three seven five H. and H. Magnum and an eleven pound elephant rifle. She fires the thing once as back. You take it. Stick it where the sun doesn't shine and take a Selfie so you can remember what you look like when you were still sexually we active. And she's GonNa be the last person to touch that got an emergency because she's literally become afraid of the a r fifteen is a centrally a very loud twenty two. The supposedly evil assault feature the collapsing stock allows it an instant to be adjusted to said from the smallest to the largest member of the family is authorized to use it. There's going to be much more confidence much more competence and much more ability to shoot. They have to shoot but more to the point. The personal confidence tends to project John One thing a whole lot of folks mess is that one definition of Predator editor is expert in prey selection all the criminals that have arrested are interviewed in prison. None of them ever used the term body language but all of them were familiar with they would describe the you know so much standing a certain ways week someone standing strong and confidence projects project and the easiest way to say is. If you know in your heart you can press that trigger if you have to an end monsters life to save the lives of children that monster is going to see that and then as much as they try to make this with that gun intimidating. It's not the gun that they're scared of the the criminal world is an armed so culture itself. They're not afraid of firearms. What they're absolutely afraid of is a resolutely aren't man or woman holding back on apple and that confidence historically does project? Let's it's more complicated and more multi layered than it looks channel public now. And that makes makes sense to me. So in your experience Self-defense events shootings with with the air. Fifteen Since that's what we're talking about specifically Those happen more frequently. Then maybe we would be given to think based off of what's reported. Don't think I mean I I can think of some of the study says five or six instances but I know that that this is an area that you are much more involved in I am so I was wondering if you could relate any relevant experience you might have as far as actual official you know uses. That have occurred. Well there's no central database. That's empirically studying these What we are seeing courses the news clippings around the country and again and again? We're finding the fifteen haven't been employed as zone defense weapon simply because so many people have discovered. This is a gun that everyone in the family can be comfortable Therefore we're seeing them employed floyd more and what we're saying is very often as soon as the other guys sees the air fifteen turns up months. Sometimes they they will turn and run when you Appoint any sort of a weapon at them in my life. These civil guy I thought was most likely to force me to shoot. I was looking at a twelve gauge. ETHICA police riot on that I was holding on a and what we'd determine later after it finally surrendered was that and the primordial two digit I to depths of his mind if figured because he had hidden his gun in his car that we weren't able able to shoot him any finally realized. Oh crap they don't know fitting by gun and that was I think when they surrendered The one guy that was most is terrified He was he was making little bleeding noises like a sheep. I was going there to inch J. for an item. But the reason was moment before he thought he was breaking into an an old man Psalm and was going to have an easy at and the next thing. He knows he's looking at a gun with the noses of the hollow points visible to him and guys barking commands at him. And it's again. It's not the gun that scares them. So much as it's the resolutely aren't person but all other things being equal There's no doubt in my mind. A R V intimidates. Everyone else is going to have some degree more intimidation value on the violent offender. So are there any. I mean let me ask you this. Are there any factors that come into play. As far as I know one one of the things that oftentimes this gust is well. If you need to shoot someone what you shoot someone with can matter. Her and I was curious if you could share your thoughts on that and you know the the veracity of that number one and and to Any the other sort of mitigating things that can come into play there. Well well and and the court setting it's certainly true Many gun people are familiar with the Harold Fish case years ago in Arizona Fish this was a retired high school teacher. Hiking to Large what appeared to be large dogs. Get outta aggressively and they fired a couple couple of warning shots which frightened off dogs The dogs unfortunately was smarter than their owner Their owner was a gentleman named Coons Lee who had been uh-huh diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic. Had gone off his meds and was probably compensating at had had a long history of violently attacking people He was much younger larger stronger than Mr Fish. And then you can charging that Mr Fish Screaming through them and when he was is almost in touching distance fish no choice. He shot the man three times. The individual about the prosecutor made a huge deal out of the fact that he was using a ten millimeter pistol and later on Jerusalem interviewed. They had after convicting Mister Fisher Manslaughter One of them said at first they have been very sympathetic to what Mr Fish but the use of what they call the ten millimeter cannon and instead also made a big deal out of it he was using hollow-nose Dumdum Bullets Matt meant that it must have been malicious I've been told that the prosecutor cuter argued that the ten millimeter was so powerful. No police officer Arizona would be permitted to carry it. which if that was true? It's either a blatant lie. I or pathetic lack of research Because Maricopa county the largest you know their county around Phoenix. The largest in the state approved ten millimeter. Almost as soon as it came out. And I can show you officers today still carrying it there and for a couple of years every FBI agent and the state was issued the FBI. Model it'll ten. Seventy six. Ten millimeter finally has gone. had been loaded with the Federal Hydra shock one eighty grand millimeter ammunition which is the load that was The reduced power load that was developed expressly for the FBI and is roughly equivalent to ordinary forty Smith and Wesson which at the time of that trial what was the most commonly carried gun and load and the state of Arizona. So can I bring that stuff up yet you I've noticed US attorney. Lisa Steele probably are leading. Appellate lawyer who specializes in self defense cases that went wrong at the trial level and ended up in an UNMERITORIOUS conviction. she's not I've noted and others it noted that the private citizen using all appointing initially very frequently face the argument from prosecute or plaintiff's counsel that hollow nose to Dumdum Bullets. They always like to use that word. Were Indicia of malice designed to rent and tear because additional pain and suffering Blah Blah. And if that is not explained By expert witnesses at by the defendant himself a jury of ordinary people not educated in the sort of thing are vulnerable to. That aren't so I would never say. Don't use all points quite the contrary I'd say always use expanding bullets but be able to explain it and be able able to explain it Six to twelve people who've been expressly selected by the other side for their lack of knowledge on the relevant topics. Well so let's pause right there and then we'll we'll get back Kintu because we have to go to break right now. We're talking.

"lisa steele" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lisa steele" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wishes are awesome but they don't pay the bills I like that as my collection sad to help me here I always do I don't we don't I do it is the number two which is the number of batches available to us our celebrity bring on the benches Hey we'll be back with more of the hush money podcast from I heart radio news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA a person is in custody in connection with the murders of nine members of a family in Mexico a South Florida woman says her cousin row need a Miller and Miller's for kids were among those killed it makes you feel sick turn another country there's nothing you can do all you can do is is freight and even now it just doesn't feel like enough Lisa Steele tells CBS twelve it wasn't the first time our family has had run ins with Mexican cartels buddy Dyer calls himself the happiest mayor in America after winning reelection in Orlando by a landslide by getting seventy two percent of the vote he avoids a run off lines of communication appear to be open between Florida state and former Oklahoma coach Bob stoops at the issue of public director David Coburn confirms that stoops is a candidate to lead the Seminoles but not necessarily the top choice with Florida's news I'm John Conrad for the for the central credit union home loans traffic center for checking in up to.

"lisa steele" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

12:06 min | 2 years ago

"lisa steele" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"And welcome. I'm nissan are chatters. Today i have uh steve's trying to behave from our last show. We stopped recording. I'm like you can't do that. Yeah it is and he's not an edited out so the parents aren't going to now. You're going to get my starbucks today because i need five dollars for my kid. I think you better commit that for the next two weeks. Yeah we have goodchild show topic this time though the won't get us in any trouble l. i doubt it <hes> <hes> i don't know about that. Go steve. What are we gonna talk about. Talk about the best seats and the best for a ride where where you should sit front front back middle or not all or the best place or seat or location for a show so this is going to disneyworld. You'll know okay a sharpy and lawrence. We should do this and that's where and then you can get the best possible seat or the experience so i've got. I've got a handful we were going to do to start. Why don't you start us today. Minor minor different detroit is really the hard not to have bad seats but on some attractions. Some seats are better than others. Let's just put it that way my my tip. I've said this before on the show so i did all of mine at up cut. I did epcot which is the place where you only do like to write so i know so the first thing i started with was eliminations which will be something else in a few months but the elimination show so. It's not a ride but you can see it all around the lagoon. The world showcase lagoon but the key to a good spot or seat at eliminations is to check which way the wind is blowing so valid point. You're yes so have you are standing somewhere. In the wind is blowing towards you. You need to move move move one hundred percent because all the fireworks to the left. Yes all the fireworks and the smoke and all of it will come beat towards you during the show no by canada and the wind is blowing to you towards you. Go over to mexico and watch the show from that side of the lakers. Do you remember that one time we were aw aw i'm pretty sure sharpie. I don't know if you were there but i know lisa and steve. I think we were all there together. We watched it from a rose and crown next to it. <hes> that desert party area like we did like a private dessert party there was blowing that way and we were covered in like ash or suit or whatever from the fireworks yup gets in your eyes <music> music. It's terrible. It's the first trip that we took our kids to disney. Two of the three of them got <hes> fireworks. Debris in there is i'm elliot. Wow really so yeah. I i totally believe it because we did fireworks this last week and we'd be looking at i would fall into her eyes so so yes so epcot eliminations or whatever the new show is <hes>. Just make sure the wind is not blowing toward you when you pick your spot in his zillion places to watch it from <hes> uh the next one i mean for a ride. My personal preference on test track over at epcot is in the front because you can see better <hes> instead stead of being a row behind everybody so if it's sort of like room to yeah and there's definitely more legroom and it's is it two or three in the front. I can't spend a want strength right yeah so i like any of the three front seats. If that's possible the key this is this is the key one but it's very hard soren you guys already know soren ed koch one spot to watch soaring this right so sore and his awesome should should tell them his they're all gonna ask 'cause. They're all gonna ask for and then. We're not gonna get that spot or we're going to have to wait a while name so impatient. I can't wait wait forever or and then it's luck of the draw but it's very hard to watch that and suspend the <hes> you know i don't i can't you think of the words she the feet the the problem is if you don't get the right seat then you see feet dangling above you and it kind of ruins that experience i found underway to deal with that a gulf visor now hands up i do. I do tunnel vision myself. I put blinders on but if you imagine agean yourself and a hundred of your hundred eighty of your closest friends nope on the glider with you that explains explains whether a feet above you because if the giant people honestly just don't pay much attention to it does has not bothered me that so you definitely want to get the top top row third top rose center opera center is the best whatever that is but <hes> i always think i'm gonna get it and i don't ask and then i'm like that where i wanna be but if you're not afraid or ashamed to cup your hands around your eyes to get rid of that interference visual interference then center percenter or just take lisa on it with you and have her copyrights can enjoy the ride out do it her copyright suit but also also here's the other element of this so it's not you with with soaring around. The world are soaring around sort over california. The thing was defeat but now with soaring around the world. If you're on the far left or the far right the distortion on the film uh-huh oh you don't like the way eiffel tower living eyesight howard the eiffel tower shouldn't look like the christmas tree from from the grinch stole christmas and it really does that curved down. It's like wow because and i think a really great parallel here is the screen type that they used four soren which is is the the the concave the screen versus what they used for fight a passage very different <hes> it only has one dimension of curvature so rather than than than the kind of <hes> lands lynn style or or <hes> a screen the the ride vehicle actually goes into <hes> but i think the effect is so much better on flight a passage two more i agree yes immoral quick so if you go to one of the concerts at epcot eat to to the beat or <hes> the <hes> candlelight processional or any of those if you can get tickets or you get one of the dining packages. That's ideal because you can get a seat. That's hopefully the covered area. If you get there early enough <hes> which if it's raining it saves you from getting drenched so and plus you get a guaranteed seat and then the last one if if you're new and you haven't been to the seas with nemo and friends yet the center clam center clam shell the best dear god you have you ever been in the center clam shell or come on. Is there an elevator somewhere to that. You can take us to be in the old in the old ride. There was the hide earlier. They took you way down. Charles and the pressure was was intense could bask where the secret room is cheaper but yes but senator clam. It's got the best view o <hes> didn't see that one coming yes but yes but all my other ones are goods. Senator clam not not so much. You're funny so there you go epcot and all these are pretty all your ously set. All those are good in the soren. There was surprisingly some good things that i am impressed until the clam won the clam dip on the clamp. I'm i'm not gonna lie lawrence. Shall we let the gentlemen just go first though be scharping now all only if you kick him in the shins formulation armie lisa steele the rest of mine cassava took the whole clan thing was just. I well anyway anyway. You go ahead lauren. I i i don't want. I don't wanna steal anything fat. I'm such a princess. Aren't i sold the new. Stop clamming up and let her go when i go on sure gee. I'm all about compromise all right. My joke was completely lost on both of you by the oy no. You're going to have to listen to captain now. I need to now. I'm going to be focused on that. I'm not gonna be able to think now squirrel. I tell you to stop clamming up and someone talk. Oh i missed that ah yeah a skew though some of my best work unfortunately we were sorry. Retake okay so you guys do your a little back-and-forth thing. This'll be interesting. Okay so sharpie you go first. You go first meal. My gosh so i'm gonna go with because mine are all in different parks so i'm gonna go with slate of passage so there's really really not a bad seat in the house. I'm played a passage but i kind of like the middle the middle section if i can get it and honestly there's just literally no way to know how you're getting unless you're really good at figuring out where those are which i'm not <hes> i that would make me be able to pay attention too much and that's never gonna happen but <hes> i like to be more in the middle if i can and i hate being all the way up top because walking down the steps at the end is torture but i do like to be more in the middle but you you do actually feel it different in different sections in my opinion anyway middle's good and then if you can get a i think it might be l. Good kazan. You're looking down into everything alert. Stink middle or top or a and then its seat number. I think has he seen number eight. Nine and ten and eleven are the center thing they're on split up by ada. Choose it really like there's literally no way i mean i guess you could wait to hit a certain. I don't so now you can ask them when you when you finally get to that stage where they're gonna divide everybody into going up or down or straight or whatever and then say hey. I want the one that's on the metal. Now i never do that. I always just wanted to get in there and see where i'm like. Oh cool ended up here and you don't even i know that you're all the way up until you have to walk down all those stairs and then you're like oh man i was at the top.

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