35 Burst results for "Louis Right"
A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze
"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown
Louis Menand on 'the Free World'
"And joins us now from cambridge massachusetts. He is the author of the metaphysical club and his newest book is called the free world art and thought in the cold war luke. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me so you are actually in the widener library at harvard university as we speak. That's correct. yes. I'm in the office in the stacks in which i wrote the entire book and i don't think i could have written a book if i hadn't had access to these incredible library resources at harvard. How long did you spend researching the book. Do you tend to do all of your research and then begin writing or do you do both as you go along. I spent about ten years on the book. And i do research for each chapter and i write that chapter and then move onto the next chapter. So he's chapter took a long time to do. Because i wanted to do a fair amount of research to get a feel for the period a feel for what other written about it so you had this all outlined then presumably before you began writing. No the only thing i had outlined was i knew where i wanted to begin which is nineteen forty five at the end of the second world war and i knew the finish line was nineteen sixty five which is the year. The united states intervened militarily in south vietnam. So those were sort of bookends of the book. And then i kinda followed my nose through the period just sort of see where it was going at a certain point as you approach your the horizon that you set for yourself. Nineteen sixty five. You begin to see something happening that you want to capture. So i didn't start out with a thesis exactly. I just wanted to tell the story as it unfolded historically and then. I discovered the doing that. What what the trend lines were that. I tried to sort of hit on those as i was going through it. But he's chapter is sort of a separate book in a takes up at different subject to differ figure different movement and tries to sort of you know capsule it with. That's all about new moves onto another
Spiritualism: A Ouiga Board Story
"Life was not easy in the early twentieth century. And we're talking. Like lack of dishwashers vacuum cleaners. I'm talking about death in. nineteen hundred. Left span is forty nine years old. Thanks to things like childbirth war disease. You name it. So when a religious movement called spiritualism promises people away to contact the dead many of them leap at the chance they miss their loved ones and if mind readers fortune tellers and mystics can help dole that pain. They're all for it. One of these devotees is a middle aged woman from saint louis named emily. Hutchings spiritualism is more of an interest or hobby for emily by day. She's a writer and she's also close friends with a housewife named pearl courant. The two of them often spend their evenings in pearls parlor doing all the normal things women do in the night like gaza or talk about an article. Emily's working on while their husbands play cards in the next room. Then in the fall of nineteen twelve pearls father dies. Pearl is devastated by this and as a spiritualist. Emily decides to introduce a new activity to their evenings. A ouija board. You've probably seen a ouija board most likely some kind whore context. They've become a huge part of pop culture. Thanks to movies like the exorcist. Nowadays most people won't go near them but in nineteen twelve ouija. Boards weren't seen as dangerous. They were one of spiritualism is most popular tools. They look a lot like your average board game. They're flat rectangular board with letters and numbers printed across it and the words yes and no written onto corners. It also comes with a smooth flat piece of wood called a plan chat which is placed on top of the board participants. Sit around the board each with a finger on the plan chat and they wait for spirits to move it spelling out messages. So emily brings this board to pearl's house and pearls like listen okay. I'm willing to try it. Why not anything to talk to my dad again for months the two of them play with the ouija board and for months pearl remains unimpressed. The plan chet does move beneath their fingers. But it only seems to spell out gibberish. Nothing worth writing down pearl calls it silly chatter that is until the night of nineteen thirteen when emily and pearl perch the ouija board between their knees and put their fingers on the plan chat.
40 Killed in Airstrikes, Rocket Attacks As Unrest Spreads Beyond Jerusalem
"Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza have exchanged their heaviest bombardments in years, with both sides escalating their attacks on urban areas overnight. The Palestinians and Louis Barajas of hundreds of rockets towards tell Aviv and bash ever in an apparent attempt to overwhelm Israel's missile defenses. Israel has carried out hundreds of air strikes on Gaza. At least 35 Palestinians and five people in Israel have been killed. Since Monday. The United Nations Middle East peace and boy has warned of a growing risk of full scale war.
Victory for Hamilton: Spanish GP Review
"Louis. How much combat is one hundred po position into a victory mocking his fifth consecutive winning spayed and his ninety eight th career win attract. That doesn't often provide us with the most thrilling race. But today we strategy keeping things interesting between the two title contenders. The start of the race to lead is nearly touched as max stop stop-and-go his hours out at the fast corner and took the lead from lewis. Meanwhile charlotte bucer managed to gain a position after taking outside line of time freight overtake boundary. Brought us a safety call was out on eight in order to recover yuki snow just call off to his appeared to shutdown and max manage to hold onto the lead. The safety car restart and it wasn't long before maximum. Lewis pulled away from the rest of the pack. Louis stayed max tau with around one point. Five seconds of him before max pitted on lap. Twenty four switch onto the medium tires and suffering an uncharacteristically. Slow pitstop a four point. Two seconds as his left rib was not ready when he came in mercedes chose not to hitler straight after and instead he stayed out for a few more laps before pitting returning to the track. Six seconds behind max. It took no time a tool for lewis to close that gap. But despite being in and out with max's d. r. s. couldn't quite him and instead mercedes tries to flex their strategy calling lewis in for another pitstop. This left lewis with twenty three snaps to go in around twenty three seconds to find whilst red bull tries to keep max out front. Lewis did what he needed to repeatedly setting fastest laps and taking the time out of max's lead but there was a moment of time as he approached his teammate. Who was told not to hold lewis up but we didn't seem to to make it too easy on instead. Lewis had to make the post into ten ten. It was lot sixty. When lewis took the lead for max who just didn't have the pace or tires to hold him back and instead max pitted again to get about foster slot point which he did. Despite initial losing position to show vouch we managed to get the position back and ended up finishing three with show a solid p.
Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter
"James anthony welcome to the show man. How's it going. Thank you look. Everything is good good good to Speak to create another shooter out here but yeah thanks to me about you and i spoke about a week ago and when we had that conversation you were right on the heels literally running in the house from the oscars right you dislike literally set down and zoom coming from an oscar party or from something oscar related less before we dive into your background. Let's start there. Let's let's do you know how the in films since you're you're in tinseltown down there in films deals often start a movie halfway through the movie and then go back to the beginning. Let's start air. What was that. Like as a photographer shooting the oscars and being having that level of access well a little bit of surreal. A little bit of lag. Yeah should be here. You know like. I put a so. It's always that dance whereas like what this is crazy. And then as i know you've been putting in blood sweat and tears over year so this is where you should be so it's twenty when those moments kind of take over but a just working with the talent that i was working with regina king on our everything is out there but posing the photos regina king in awesome talented actress in director oscar. Award-winning actress indiana. I'm shooting her in hers. Her sweet and then aldus hodge who is also equally talented actor in also one of the stars of her film. When night in miami he comes in unexpectedly to me but then he jumps in the some of the shots in wherever the capture. Some almost between regina and and em would just work with a talent like hers in being also in the presence of the brand that of the drugs issues wearing so you had louis vuitton rep there You had your in correspondence. Virtually with vogue because their wait. They're waiting for the first drop of the images so a little bit of pressure just knowing that you have to go in there execute Had these images ready as soon like these images had to be ready edited within forty five minutes of me
Slumping Slugger Albert Pujols Cut by Angels, Still Wants to Play
"The angels are dropping a hall of fame candidate Albert Pujols has been designated for assignment abruptly ending the forty one year old superstar sluggers decade with his second major league team pulls his fifth major league history with six hundred sixty seven career home runs and thirty four three thousand two hundred fifty three hits the oldest active player in the majors is batting just one ninety eight this season with five home runs and twelve RBIs he won three league MVP awards earned two World Series rings received nine all star selections one NL batting title and hit four hundred forty five homers with St Louis I'm Dave Ferrie
Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League
"How bad we're asking today. They will awful. I forty five minutes was terrible. Done for to make it. He wrote a leak fond. Louis no aggression about that. There was getting around the pitch. It was all really slow and pedestrian. Or i thought they had a decent going in the last ten fifteen minutes of the game but that was just desperation. They were way off eiffel over the two legs. I thought they would have went through. I thought it'd be to pacey l'oreal they will naive in the first leg. You try to be too small to cut up. Because that's playing a false nine tonight. You still awfully took young off with ten minutes to go brought lockers on one or play. The pair william came on had no effect whatsoever that brought eddie and are on on the not minutes for three or four minutes of the game so all in all to the real tell you deserve to go through. Explain this theory semifinal of the aropa league your only chance cancer the champions the and you come out and you in turgid performance. I'm afraid you have to look at the monitor. You know the fact that don't said other than a little florida with ten fifteen minutes to go at the end really in such a big game. I'm sorry we can. We can say that players have to motivate themselves. When they're on the field they have to get gone and this is their responsibility but say before the game the mine you should have been thrown the through every single one of them winding them up maintenance shirley new home important game was making shielding you important. It was to start the game war. Mccan shooting you important was to put pressure on villa. We up none of those things happen to fifteen minutes to go on. Shed mean not that has to be done to tetra coaching stuff. It's not a bad teams shot when you look at the qualities of expensive players arab bamiyan pathway thomas party of course soccer up and coming english attacker a lot of excitement around the him but there was just nothing nothing osmose perspective even a little excited about. Today
Mike Provance: Wine Business Talk With Colangelo & Partners
"We're going to take a step down in the tier and talk about how to reach the consumer on how the combination of strategic targeted marketing n. Retail data can come together to allow retailers and brands to reach new customers so to kick things off. Tell us a little bit more about three by three. In how abel's wineries n retails to you sales data for marketing decisions. As you mentioned our business focuses on hyper targeting which means we're interested in how to reach consumers locally near the stores where they shop and help them find the right products to do that so we use our data sales data coming from the stores. We have collected through our network to build profiles of the shoppers. In that comes both from flavor profiling point of view of the products that are selling the baskets that are are being bought and the shoppers themselves and understanding believe sows the occasions. The things that motivate their shopping bidders got so can you take those two things together in order to allow wider retailers to more specifically target their marketing strategies to their end consumers. Louis both of those data sets Enable us to build or to triangulate in on. Who are the right. Shoppers for particular bottle of wine or particular spirit Particular particular products that the retailer wants to sell. We use that in couple that with a digital marketing strategy. Let's build the right audience. Target bed audience locally around the retailer and send them to the store so that we're getting foot traffic in the store. Getting traffic to the stores website getting stood traffic to to the brand's website to create that opportunity to shop.
Season 3, Episode 3: The Art of Architecture - burst 03
"So when i started designing plans i just naturally started designing them around the materials. We use in the industry when we started our company in may of two thousand the market. Kinda slow down in two thousand eight. And i have builders coming to me telling me you know we hope you stay in business because your plans are bidding out ten to thirty thousand dollars less than some of the other competitive firms out there when i asked why they pointed out that because of my building background and use of space and materials more efficiently that are plans were just costing less to build which gave them the advantage so we use that a lot. That's the reason that we've thoroughly enjoyed our relationship with you is because of that knowledge with
Wainwright, Cards Win 5th in Row
"The card to score four times with two outs in the third inning to a race up by due to deficit of a down the Mets six to five Adam Wainwright battles to revive it to third innings allowing five runs to improve his record to one in three the Redbirds hit a solo home run from here some bait or at a three run blast from the left are not there's no quit in this group you know and we we stayed with it we just stay there and compete our **** off and now is it you know I went to give us everything you had I know he will be very happy but he still gave us five or six bank and that's what we need and that's what makes him so good Dylan Carlson Tyler o'neill at RBI's for St Louis is they win their fifth straight Kevin Millar homers for the Mets join the cheesy takes a loss he's a when to buy creeps St Louis
Concerts Are the Best Kind of Medical Experiments
"Without herd immunity society is bound to start reopening so over in the uk researches trying to figure out what kind of events people can go to without causing the virus to stop spreading out of control again and the way they are trying to figure it out just maybe the greatest science experiment of all time live. Music is starting to make a comeback as a way to track krona virus progress. The english city of liverpool hosted a one off music festival yesterday to test whether such events spread the virus about five thousand people ditched face coverings and social distancing rules to attend outdoor event. And they just had to test negative for covert i and agree to follow up. Tests and five days data from the festival will be used by the governments of research program to help understand the effects of crowds on the spread of the virus. And the festival's organizers says. He hopes the project will help get outdoor events back on the calendar this year all year a concert. That's my kind of medical experiment of louis. Pasteur in bullshit with a dog. The best part of it is no one court covert but sadly one hundred people did. Come down with indian. But that's right. Thousands of people showed up to a concert and the purpose was to see see if they would catch covert which must be honest. Doesn't seem like a real idea right. That seems like some are ruled that happened. You can get it right fire and if you ask me i think an experimental concert is a great idea. Not just for covert. I mean you can test for all sorts of things you can test for the effect of constantly dropping. The beats can finally find out. Does that hurt. The beat can the be even feel pain and will the beat be able to go on. One of the most here is how many volunteers they got to submit to medical experimentation. Just because they wanted to see a concert. I mean you realize this means. They could ramp up experimental on everything just based on. Who's performing can we. Please take your kidneys. We need to test something. What no we'll give you tickets to be on say. Oh my god take them both. Toby answer their mind telling their my kidneys. Maybe she'll say about the
Trial Date Set for Missouri Couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey
"Who confronted protesters with weapons as they marched past their home last summer. A judge in ST Louis has set child her mark and Patricia McCloskey for the first week of November. Their attorney had asked that their case go back to the grand jury to essentially start the process all over again, arguing that the grand jury was tainted by a biased prosecutor. Prosecutor. The circuit attorney for ST Louis, Kim Gardner was removed from the Mcclosky case after she highlighted the case and campaign fundraising Emails theater knee for the McCloskey's argued that even though she was removed it all may have biased the grand jury. McCloskey's have been charged with unlawful use of a weapon and evidence tampering after appearing on their lawn holding weapons as protesters marched by Jessica Rosenthal Fox
A Journey to the Strange World Beyond Our Screens
"Questioning. Our relationship to technology is something. We've done a lot of over the years at outside magazine and on this podcast pacific louis. We have investigated the benefits. We get when we disconnect from various devices and instead seek out connections with the natural world and with each other. If you're listening to this show that probably resonates with you it definitely resonates with the people you just heard. They are friends of the journalist. Chris collin he called them up to help us work through some of the big ideas in his curious new book. It's called off the day. The internet died a bedtime fantasy. Here's how chris explains so off is a funny picture book for adults and adult like children. It's a parable about the death of the internet and what happens to us when that occurs. If you were to look at it at first glance it looks like a sort of like a children's picture book with really interesting Beautiful slightly demented artwork. It's i even know maybe thirty something pages. It's a very slim book okay. You're a serious journalist. You've done being reported feature stories for a bunch of publications including outside and the new york times magazine and wired. So how you go from that to writing. What is very much a kind of silly book here. I think we're all a little defensive at this point in our relationship with internet. No one wants to be scolded anymore. About how we spend too much time online. No one wants to be told yet again that we need to break up with our screens or whatever there was something else that was a little more interesting to me and something that i don't think it's talked about quite enough. What gets neglected. Is this other side of ourselves at came to think of it. As our offline cells. It's just sort of slowly. Vanishing right is because of all the time we spent online so these offline selves in us. Basically we have these versions of ourselves about our lives that are not getting lived. And i think there's something valuable in being reminded the big zest
Blues Rally to Beat Wild 4-3 on Thomas' Goal With 0:23 Left
"Robert Thomas scored top shelf with twenty three seconds left capping a three goal third period rally by the blues for a four three victory over the wild I see a lot of goals like those stick battles of high flips in just trying to poke it through and get a shot off and very fortune one in Minnesota was seeking its eighth straight win as it carried a three one lead into the third period but my **** and began the St Louis rally with a power play goal early in the third and Jordan kahu tied the game about four minutes later Jordan bidding to make twenty five saves for the blues who have won three straight games as they try to nail down the final west division playoff berth markets Felino had a goal and an assist from Minnesota I'm Dave very
Perron posts 3-point game, Blues beat Avalanche 4-1
"The blues get goals from four different players at a four one win over the avalanche it enterprise sitter but emitter single and braided shin bet first period goals what David Peron and Robert Thomas scored in the second Colorado would get a goal from date the mackinnon who is now recorded a point in fourteen straight games the winner and it is Jordan Pennington Jonas Johnson would take the loss Colorado remains in second place in the west division four points behind division leading Vegas the blue stay in the thick of the race for the division's fourth and final playoff spot Mike Reeves St Louis
Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff
"Marc Leishman enhancement of one's very classic of New Orleans in a sudden death playoff with the south Africans Louis is Tyson Giles falso the only team finished regulation play tied at twenty under and won with a par five on the first extra hole is Tyson found the water with his tee shot the teams had traded the lead during a tense final nine holes with the Australians eventually posting the come from behind victory it was the second successful Smith at the tournament but the first with policemen as his team might I'm going to make us
The Color of Food: America's Invisible Farmers With Tosha Phonix
"As black farmers continued to lose land and lack resources to continue their work their contribution to agriculture and flew justice are at risk of being diminished locally environmental groups in the saint louis region employ fewer or no people of color even though there are areas of the saint louis region that are close to have black. That's why we spoke to tasha phoenix a former food justice organizer for the missouri coalition for the environment or mc and an outspoken champion for black farmers during her time with mc she noticed the lack of diversity in the local food justice movement and struggle to make her ideas heard so in november twenty twenty. She created evolve. A saint louis base food justice organization. Where black growers could drive and mentor other young black growers one of the things that i notice was the the face of urban egg in saint louis was white but when i started going there wasn't my reality my reality was they know a black people who late this foundation. They taught me how to grow. They were in charge community gardens. There was a grocery store in bayden. Call yours market. That's why learn how to grow as a black owned grocery store in the middle of the so. that's why i learn how to grow and so inmate. I'm like man this narrative being pushed it's incorrect. Not only is it incorrect about. Who's more food but is also incorrect from a standpoint of community right so wanted things from community stand point that was incorrect was that the issue was of corner stores. This is why. I said i'm intentional. About full justice closed. We talk about food justice. We can't just look at it and say hey put in a food pantry here is enough or hey couldn't fresh. Fruits and vegetables in a corner store is enough. We have to deal with systematic racism. The hairs allow for these things even put in place.
"louis right" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What about you? Yeah, I think you give him credit for that. I think that you know, sometimes you just develop a feel for team as you start to get into the season start. Team of practice to review the tape and come up with ideas and learn about individual players and what they're good at what they like to do. And I think when you look back to yesterday's game, and you you mentioned this I mean, what he brings double safety fire in the last play of the game. That was a blitz that he'd never run before his career. Right. So I mean that that's him saying, Listen, and I think that was much about making sure Cam Newton didn't get out of the pocket as opposed to trying to sack him or making pro early because he's a big, strong guy. You had seen him the previous Siri's. Step out of a four man pressure and then run for whatever was 37 38 yards and so on 4th and 10, That's the last thing you want have happened, so I thought it was meat. It worked out. Well, obviously, but I thought it was. It was a really good call. It was an aggressive call. And I think again, it gives you confidence that you can dial stuff up like that you could lock people on the outside. Also think it helps that they didn't have a hell of a lot of respect for the New England. Wide receiver that number one that matchup for those matchups all day long and including Bryce Callahan on Julian Edelman, so I think that played a part in it as well. But you know what? When it works it, it's always a great call. Definitely if these walls could talk Denver Broncos stories from the Denver Broncos sideline locker room press box. Dave Thiss book that you did with Arnie Stapleton. I got a chance to kind of poured through a little bit of the first chapter. I can't wait to read the rest of it. What was the What was the backing behind this? Why'd you decide to this now? Well, you know what I I thought about this long and hard. I know this book had been done in other markets by the play by play. Excuse me voices, so I was able to get a few of those books and kind of understood the template and understood. What they were looking for. And then I have real confidence level with already have known him a long time. And it had been something where it would have been, like all of biography or something like that. You know what? Probably not so because even though You know, I'm in the same business that you guys were in. You know, I'm or private. Probably that anybody who was in this line of work or anybody that I know you try to separate your private life from your professional life, and I Always tried to do that. So that said, I thought it was an opportunity was presented to me is one where you could just talk about covering this team for 30 years what it's been like some of the stories That I've been involved with that. I've seen that. I've heard that that that I witnessed over 30 years and so I hope it's an easy read. It's pretty. It's pretty fast Read, I hope for Broncos fans. They'll enjoy it and have a chance to look at it. It will bring back some really good memories because it goes all the way back into the into the Super Bowl years of 97 98. Excellent. Well, I've already enjoyed that. The start of it. I can't wait three. The rest. They really appreciate the time tonight. Thank you so much. Thank you. Good. Dave Logan. Voice of the Broncos also weekdays from 9 A.m. to noon on Logan and Louis Right here on news radio. That was a treat. That was a lot of fun. We'll come back to react that, plus we'll get to our sound of the game. You're going to date more. On the other side. Broncos country tonight on Kono is ready.
"louis right" Discussed on High Noon
"The south like just. Chicago your typical migration places so for you like Oregon Washington that whole area. What was that like for you? Well, you know my parents Mississippi and Louisiana, and so that whole thing is in the Mississippi. Louisiana goes. You know or would just a few people that went there, so it was a little bit different. The racism wasn't as out front. You know there's always something going over. It wasn't like it wasn't the South I was twelve years old. We went to Mississippi and of car brand new car and we stopped to get some gas and my father was talking to the guy that was. Seventeen year old time I'm listening. Yes, sir, no. Sir Hoping I'm wonder why he's talking to this dude. WHO's like seventeen needs to? The most important person in the world, so it comes down to the point where I say I got bathroom. I'm looking right at the bathroom, so the guy goes. We don't have a bathroom so I say to my dad. They got a bathroom is a bathroom as far as I got. My Dad hit me right in the head. POW So must got in the car. He gave me this long. Long. Speech about how you cannot dispute, White folks in Mississippi in a brand new car. Otherwise we may never get back home. I never forgot that it was like the weirdest thing I've ever seen, but it was something I wasn't used to. Because I grown up in. Nothing happened like that and they can be scaring. People like that up in Washington. Obviously, that's changed over time they can do. They WANNA. Do but I just remember that as one of my memories of how crazy that was and I remember. My parents always told me that I would have never made it. You never made it. Home you. You've been on a tree somewhere. which was just so odd I think that provides also a this. We're going to saint. Louis Right 'cause saint. Louis has his own reputation. It's got its unique brand racism so like I'm not thinking that this now. The places that you've been before that and now in the nineteen seventies. You get dropped off here and you're like Oh. Wait, this is that yes, that's exactly what it was I'm telling you. It was just a nice to get going crazy hate mail and kinda crazy stuff like that, but you know you fight through that and you stand up to it and try to make a change. That you. You don't especially. It's kind of thing would be surprised. People here now, especially given. What did you see it in the news? Right now is not every day. A black man goes to Minnesota and that becomes the Place of liberation, right? It was like oh I'm so glad to be here, yes. That's certainly that's one of the. That's one of the great places that I've ever been in this country living in Minneapolis I enjoy every single minute of it and just that whole. All of that was just so painful is just so painful. And those were good teams. I think that also helps also 'cause I. Don't recall the Saint Louis cardinals like ever being good. Is the Saint Louis Cardinals. And it was as a whole different attitude to once I got to miss an act like they were GonNa win it was a whole different attitude, and they had the purple people eaters they had Fran Tarkenton and they had bud grant and I had a tough time. you know they weren't dealing with my name? Change in Saint Louis Not at all. You know they would have call you whatever I wanNA. Call Him not going that name. The moment I got to Minnesota. Bud Grant pulls me aside and says. How do you pronounce your name I? WanNa say the correct way. And that was my first meeting with Bud Grant, and that they were that store people understanding and sort of away that that understood what I was trying to doing. Bud was always street with that which was like okay. That wasn't in Saint. Louis and I think it's important to note also. The name change also came with a religious conversion. Right so there's a lot. A lot that goes along with it. It's not just called me. Something else is. This is a very Muhammad Ali, parallel sorta thing. Absolutely, that's exactly what it was. It was one of those things where this this was me. This is why I am. This is what I'm doing and I I would like me to respect, and they did one thousand percent Minnesota. That's where everything started going. You're the right direction. For you, you say that this is what you were going to do. You seem to take it all in stride, but it seems to me like especially a religious conversion at that point, that's a very significant decision to make in your life like how hard or daunting was it just the idea of changing those things like that well? It wasn't that hard because I grew up in a pentecostal church about five days weakened. Ershad board meetings and all that. Growing up in that and my peers being very religious, it was one of the things we're. My mom just wanted me to be home and what you believe I believe. There's a lot of ways to God when you think going to be the best one for you, so it was one of the things that. I spent a lot of time studying religions and sort of I had. Inspirations like Ali who had spoken to a bunch of Times Kareem spoken to a bunch of times. Just sort of understand what we're talking about what we're doing, so the decision was not hard when I made it. I made it from my heart, my soul, so it wasn't like well. There's no work. Maybe I change to something else. It wasn't like at all. Is this is exactly the way it's going to be? And I found myself having to get on a soapbox. High it right? This is may also had. A coach told me one time is says you know what because of the way it's been portrayed. People have a tough time you until they meet you and then when they meet you. It's SORTA takes all that crazy stuff that they've been reading about down. Because you're not that person, right and I think it's important to note that you were also a member of a particular group had a level of infamy at the time right? Yes, yeah, because I'm just thinking about the way that people associate these days. To tell the world that you Muslim is another one, they think you're part of a Muslim sect or something like that. That was during the time where people didn't. They couldn't understand the difference between black Muslims which makes no sense and Muslims the. There's no. There's no race where a black me, but. But, but that was sort of. This guy is a black Muslim. He hates all white people, or whatever that was is that they have to be schooled and understanding that that's that's like Sanyo. Black Christians that. Records, and then he make any sense to me, so it wasn't that set. Was that second on? It was much more one that was for everybody. All races, all kinds of people, so you know that's what that was about. Now win along this path. 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"louis right" Discussed on Electrum Radio
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"louis right" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Privacy and I you know I've actually made an effort to do the bare minimum amount of listen like never really on my side of the limelight Iraq. Act You know and just I mean obviously business particularly Abi to see Business requires hype requires publicity. But you know I try to limit did right But religious thinking about like the broader opportunity of of of being on a show and then being invited back for a second you know a second season yeah I you know something resonated with me and it was like you know what it surely going to learn from this. It's it's a great experience you know Believe it or not the visibility was actually when I was like doing looking you know during a pro. You know looking at the pros and cons. John's right the visibility and all the attention was actually a con for me like I won't that. Yeah Yeah you want to say private correct and I have. I've I've actually been doing a pretty good job with Saturday. Now she's out that thanks to you Jack. Thanks a lot guys. Yeah I think yeah I think they are doing real estate and version of the show scream or shout out it as well so after Defile pitcher and you identify opportunities. Is there any formula or metric. You look at when investing is there like all right. I have to get X.. Three X. Five X. whatever or what's your strategy late in getting that dead Ed podcast network had better be a hundred. X Chu is you I got you. Yeah no I look it. It really does vary from investment to investment and there are other you know it's not the rewards the Roi might not always be financial. There are other like in this case it's an advocacy as well. Not that this by any means like you know is is like a be. We saying that. I don't want a good return on this ill intentions. I don't write but you know in this the case I saw it as an opportunity to really spread this You know the learnings and the knowledge which I've been able to obtain over the years right and I'd I'd like to be able to do that through multiple platforms this over and above being a good investment if that allows for being able to share this knowledge. Yep Yeah that's something. I'm very interested in doing so. That was one of the you know. It's not always just obviously the return on the investment financially is the biggest consideration. Absolutely Louis Right. That's the biggest consideration I mean. Is there a metric. You look at like at least three x ray bags whatever in the startup game. I'm you know I I really am thinking bigger. Because it's higher risk. Everyone we talk about like three x five x or whatever I think there are more conservative investments whereas can get that over time Yup with startups. I think you know you should really be. Yeah that would be nice all right. I got you all right. I have a question in terms of franchising. There's a pattern over how you did your hustle over the years right. Since you're the type of guy that identifies an opportunity you even if it looks like a sinking ship like come a messy house but put yourself in got really great results. How do you come in a and look at existing businesses that you can help scale that you can think you think you can share with our listeners? Today it really varies from business to business. You know what I mean you know you know I mean it's not. I don't think that I saw him as she as a sinking ship. All I saw it as something thing that there was an opportunity there to sort of you know. Bring it back to its former glory or even more had just gone. It was going through a phase as a baskin Robbins had been in the Philippines before and it didn't pan out great. Oh great and I managed to you know like well. I want the team and I have managed to sort of you know everywhere where my mom was like. Oh here we go again so and then the funny funny thing is your staff recognizes me. I don't WanNa be like Alam. What's better ice cream marshmallows? Perfect yeah you're like the stuff of legend in the offer the August okay and then you make me lose the challenge. Hate your news remember. Yeah you didn't pick me because I mess it up. I mean I can remember. I created a brand new flavor. That's right yeah we just throw massive amounts of it's hard it's super. The hard thing is frozen like you're holding frozen. Were being sort of explained to you guys you were like that's it. We just need to scoop ice screen hostile itself right there. Okay lasco questions business plan you. You've done business. Plans Achieve Raider. You know to be able to do that and we never asked this question before. What makes a good business plan? How Do you construct it where it's digestible and credible at the same time? Um I think you know obviously you know you've got the right informatics seen business plans where it's like. You know the information that's on there is like irrelevant. Live in or not you know so. You've gotTa make sure the content guys to be very good. It has to be. You really need to do the research. Make sure that you've You have the right information right a lot of times people. I mean come up with the wrong information or the fingers thin- right exactly right. which is a savvy investor will see right through? That should never be too long. It needs to be Concise Yeah Okay intelligently written and you know Concise basically where you get to. You're able to get to the point or you know you know going around in circles beating around the fourth take. This is the opportunity to do that in at least not frigging. This is correct. Yeah Okay so before we wrap this baby up one one last question Michael. What's the best advice that you've gotten through this whole journey of entrepreneurship ups and downs and whatnot? There's got to be one. That really stuck wchs stuck with you. what was it. It's not it's not a very easy question to answer. Cyrus it's OK allies. Catch people on this question that I always ask but I feel that especially with people that have been through so much you know and ups and downs and whatnot not I gotta ask you what for you. What was it You know you're talking about a lifetime lifetime of of learning ups and downs and Kinda going through all that but I would say it's very important as just stay. Hey the course and to just take that ultimate responsibility that if you choose. Choose to be an entrepreneur. You choose to get into this space you have to take that ultimate responsibility and have that accountability that the his on you not have any expectations from anybody. It's important to build teams it's important to build partnerships and Develop synergies I think with people. That's very important. You can't make it on your own but at the same time if you want to be that Ki- guy in the the middle of it who's running the whole thing or the heart and soul of a company or a start up It is you you've got a you've got to be ready for for the everything that comes with that great so I think that would be the most important advice that I could that I've I've received or not even really direct advice that I've received. She's yes is that I've learned over the years so I would say that's it all right. Thank you very much Michael again. Thank you very much for coming in. Is there anything that they should look out for for for you and then in the next couple of weeks or whatnot next. What should they do if they want to reach out to? You know I mean you know you've Kinda the the thing that's on my mind. These days really is as you know financial literacy and promoting bad. Watch out for show. Yeah you know so I mean that's that's truly on my mind if anybody has any want to hook up or you know just kind of reach out to me the best way to do that would be through linked in your. Yeah so it'd be a message. That's you know happens a lot. I don't see that as the right platform I mean if you are the business I I in Lincoln. I don't remember but I'm a creep. Yeah worked at work. You know it's a good creep up again. Don't forget forget. The show is share. Some love can follow us. Whatever podcast after more spotify apple podcast Google? PODCAST whatever. Follow ask so that when the next show you get a heads up on what that's going to be again for the show notes good hostile share dot com. And if you WANNA get first dibs on whatever you're doing especially in the next couple of weeks because we wrapping up and preparing caring for our third season when the year starts in twenty twenty and lastly don't forget the message us on a Chat Bot on 'em dot me slash hustle share powered powered by chat. Bought Again Michael. Thank you very much thank you. Thanks for having me all right and I'll see you guys in the next episode..
"louis right" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"louis right" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"And and you know, that was me, you know, coming from a little town in in Illinois, Saint Louis Illinois cubs fan. I was a cardinal fan book right across the river that you ever listen to Harry Carey at all. Oh, yeah. Of course, Harry Carey is not the best. Hey, I've said who Jimmy Carter's I can't believe it came all the way over from Santa Barbara with his daughter Auber to hang out, my Levin room. You see you talk. Your like your old school to say, you go back, you know, to to to the greats of of that day, you know, deterrent on a game. And have Harry Carey Jack buck the play by play. You know, it's almost all really, you know, Terry carry Jack buck in but anybody else was wow. You know, something special, and it was it was supposed to act to that e Saint Louis, right, right? Yeah. Belleville? Well, I was born and raised in Saint Louis and lived there for eleven twelve years, and then we moved to Belleville, which is literally two miles away. Does what was childhood like I mean for for young Jimmy Connors? Now, I always read about like your mother, Gloria and your grandma, but they never hear about your father anything. I couldn't even find anything. Is there something you don't talk about? No. You know, my mom and grandma were were the pitcher because they taught me the tennis. They gave me this life that I have today and the life that I have when I was traveling and playing my dad was my dad, you know, he took care of, you know, the the duties, and you know, he he did the work, and he came home. He wasn't into. The tennis tennis wasn't his thing. He he did other things, and you know, he was a golfer, and and you know, lived his life. But you know, the tennis once I got into the tennis. You know that became my mom and my grandma's life. You know that, but you have to remember Michael the back, then you know there. What was the plan for me at seven my dad said with acting? What the hell's the plan? Right. What are you gonna do you gonna make money? There was no plan because there was no money. Right. You know back then. So, you know, the the idea was to to give us something to get us off the streets. Right. You know into to let us work at something. And to try to be good at something. Maybe we'll get an education out of it, you know, and and go to college because you know, and as I've learned. Over these many many years, I can walk in any place with a tennis racket and be welcome. You know, not not because I'm Jimmy Connors. But because I have a tennis racket. Yeah. You know, you're gonna meet people people play tennis. They wanna game. You know, if you got a good game come on in all of a sudden, you know, you're you're you're part of the communities. Our grandfather was a boxer was. Yeah. So you think also policemen? So you're thinking, okay, you're going to be a cop to is going to be a cop. He's going to be a he's going to be a fighter. He's going to be like what where was it that, you know, what did you start doing that? I was a fighter by just on the court. That's true. You know, true. But what when did you pick up whose idea was it to even pick up a racket where you do anything before that? Well, I started when I was like two or three years old, and my mom gave me a racket because she taught tennis to supplement the income in I was around and my brother was around. So we kind of took to it. You know, when the lessons would come. If there was five minutes, we'd be out, you know, picking up the balls, and you know, trying to hit a few 'cause you hate it that you hate like, I don't wanna loved it. I so I took to it right away of your mother was Gloria said, hey, you don't wanna do this. She I mean, she would have been fine. If you didn't do it. She was fine. You know, I I had an absolute normal child. You know, as always, you know, I could go with my buddies, right?.
"louis right" Discussed on WTVN
"Grassy. Knoll is the Mark blazer show along with Josh? Who is internet Louis right now. He's he's trapped in the producer studio with no internet, and no you can't even use your what are you trying to connect on a why file my phone, even though it says, it's connected. I just about every day. It's just something new every day in this building is he's flying blind. Everyone look out you'll have to use the radar radio without the internet. I don't believe there was radio before the entered circa two thousand and three say, I know, I know for fact there was unfortunately, I'm so stinking old. I do remember that actually Eric in here. Sports genius. Hey, he's got a complete. Are you Josh? And I tapped out on the Taco Bell fire sauce challenges are weenies. Yeah. The simple challenge was just to even I was just trying to consume three packets of fire sauce like this guy. Jeremy Taylor who was trapped in the wilderness for five days in Oregon. And he and his dog alley any references Taco Bell fire off. It's fire sauce is what partially saved his life. And I think he would have had to have eight some snow or whatever you would have had to have some sort of hydration during. Because I don't think a C five day. No, I think you only can go three days without hydration. I'll be honest. It's been it's been tough. But it would have been so much tougher. Had. I not had water with me, right? I'm gonna need something. Well, he's using the snow doing that I stopped because I felt like it was making my voice, go is hurting my vocal chords. Yeah. You can't risk your health or be the quality the show care about the health fund little chance you have me as a Guinea pig. I was fine with having the heartburn and stuff for a little bit. I'm like, okay. Whatever. I can. I can muddle through Josh tapped out up to the first one and Sodi. Josh started feeling like he was getting the bubble guts work in the girdle. Again. Probably not worth it for, you know, I'm here you have at least somebody that can go. All right. All right. You're ready for the third one. You did the first two no problem, and you're not suffering any ill effects, right? Not yet again. So we'll see after this goes down. Then we'll check back again tomorrow. At least in twenty minutes. We'll soon he's tossing and turning and running back and forth between the toilet at one in the morning. We'll see how he feels not married though. So he he should be good to go for it. He doesn't have any of the stresses. We do now. That's pretty easy. He has no problems whatsoever. He just did one. Yeah. Is it went down the same as the first year? Good. Yeah. I think it has great flavor. I gotta tell you. I'm gonna. I never had fire sauce till today from Taco Bell. I'm going to start using it. With the fire sauce. If I have to have a case of DEA to put it on. I gotta have a key to cry. Give me something you know, what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna start using it on eggs in the morning. I'm not kidding on my omelets and stuff. The store. I know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Big twist on the pizza challenges grace on there. Yeah. That wasn't a fire. You know, they have even something even hotter there, they called Diablo at Taco Bell. Yes. I'll god. What was with those people? Well, next time some guy gets trapped in his car. Maybe he's got Diablo sauce, and we can revisit this. Maybe they go. He would have made it had. He not eaten Diablo sauce on his own. It was like the green chili sauce. All right, Eric. We'll check back with you. Good job. Man. You're the you're the final surviving member of the trio that started the fire sauce. Joe he wins Eric where? Right. It means you get nothing. That's so funny. Okay. So we talked about this just briefly earlier on, but I I wanted to get into this a little bit more. And there is a this is Iran. The fact that this is even the talks are beginning about Columbus income tax revenue not being able to here we go with population growth. This is something that is concerning to me they during this article they're talking about every dollar that the city is collecting is spread a little thinner across all the services that are provided. Josh. In. This is the auditor Megan kilgore's, she's quoted in this. She's talking about how confident the Columbus economy is experiencing negative wage. And workforce impacts that are going to change the way the city has to look at funding. It's essential city services. She goes on to say, it's very concerning. Here's the thing with this. Columbus developed a reputation as a growing thriving city. Right. I mean, you're hearing this every year the population is growing in Columbus. What does it report? Yeah. We're we're going to be close. What are we nine hundred twenty five thousand people now technique they're going to say this year? We'll be living in the city of Columbus. Yes. Which is up five percent from twenty seventeen and this is. Estimates that they're talking about. Now, the kilgore's office expects per capita income tax collections to slip by one point three percent. Now that doesn't add up if you start going, wait a minute. How does the population grow, and then the tax revenue goes down? All I know is we lose the great man Clarence Mingo who was auditor for years and the second he's out of office. Now the auditor wants. Tax. Oh, lord. Why am I not surprised? I just I don't know anything about Meghan Kilgore. I'm not, but it is kind of ironic the second Clarence Mingo the only Republican in in Columbus. Government leaves? Here's the answer partially to how does the population grow, and then tax revenue goes down because you think oh population's growing. Then that would mean that the tax the revenue is going to continue to make sense, right? And that's why you go. This is kind of a head scratcher. So or what you're saying is the city's growing, but people aren't paying income tax. So what does that have to do with our sanctuary policy? Does that have to do explain that one to me? Well, you're telling me is a lot of these people aren't paying into the system, Mark. Well, it right. And this is according to this article the city's population is the working poppy is has dipped in the past three or so while the the actual the actual number of residents is growing the working portion of that is shrinking over the past three years. So they're not getting paychecks. They're not paying income taxes. They some of them are aging out of the workforce. It says. Retiring or whatever. And then they're trying to say that others might be under qualified for the available jobs in Columbus. Oh, great. So we're bringing in more people just not the people that we want are just not the people that are gonna make us a productive prosperous city. They're saying that people aren't entering the labor force at the same rate. Man. What reason there's jobs everywhere. People don't have the skills that employers need here training while they're there. It is right there. It is get job training. Something's gotta give don't just go. Oh, well, the people that are left. We just need the strap them with more taxes. I'm so sick. We need more from you more of everybody in a we work with here. We all come into work every day. And then it's like, well, sorry, these people they're either able and willing to work can we please? Make your tax burden. No, sorry, man. Now, there's a breaking point. That's come and dude, James welcome to the show. Thanks for calling six ten WTVN. Yeah. Well, I can understand why we don't have the people in Columbus with skills. We need. We've got probably beat worst school system is not in a state in the country. That's an f rating right now millions of dollars at it for years and years and years, and we still continue to really, you know, and the energy that we maybe do to cut the budget haven't we stopped giving out Narcan. I've been robbed three times in the last two years three attempted robberies and somebody destroyed to break into my house last night. So, you know, there's ways to get the budget, but we can't really do much about the educational province until somebody gets the Burlington city hall and the school board. James, thanks. Appreciate it, man. Wow. Three times robbed Narcan. I know. For fact, it's seventy five bucks a dose, at least it used to be at one point. Don't know how many are being administered. But that's obviously aside just a side point. Alison, welcome to the show. Thanks for calling. Hi there. I have noticed something. And I'm kind of curious all of a sudden in are thriving city of Columbus. We need to raise the gas tax code needs money this and that we need to raise the income tax. I'm curious if that is all of a sudden happening around the country because in two years, President Trump is going to be running on his record. So if they can knock down the progress, they he has made and slow wages and slow economic growth with increased fuel costs et cetera around the country that might give another person an opportunity to say, oh, well, look things haven't been going. So well lately, I see what you're. Saying Alison, thank.
"louis right" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"It is miraculous. The think that the Los Angeles Rams are in the Super Bowl. Remember, the Rams came to LA having had a lot of barriers and Saint Louis, right? This is a team that was I believe eight straight years of losing seasons. The days of the greatest show on turf or a distant memory. And then they land in LA, and they were as bad as any team in the league their first year in LA. It wasn't just four and twelve. I mean, they were awful. Jared Goff started last seven games. They lost them. All some of them were just flat out embarrassing and the city of LA was responding in the way that LA does. It's one thing to be sort of an uninvited team. Even though words some die hard ram fans excited from the old Orange County days at the ranch are back, but the majority people now lay were like really we just welcome this dog into town. And obviously everything changed with the hiring of Sean McVeigh. So now two years later the Rams are in the Super Bowl the reaction here in Los Angeles is predictable. There are those ram fans. That say we're here we're here. We're here. We're here. We're here. Like, John Rama's? We're here we're here. And I get that. Yeah. There are there are a lot of ram fans and LA, right? I still think there are more raider fans in LA than their Aram fans. Are there are a lot of ram fans and LA now that the Rams are in the Super Bowl, you get a little bit of that bandwagon effect, right? If the Rams went tomorrow. It'll be the first Super Bowl championship for the city of LA since the raiders did it that's the only Super Bowl championship. LA's ever had the LA Rams back in January nineteen Eighty-four and I joined the radar organization the year after they won the Super Bowl. And what I remember about that first year was is that LA was definitely into the raiders, right? The bandwagon was on that was the days when Al Davis envision ninety two thousand plus at the Coliseum all the seats were open ninety two thousand filled it for the forty Niner game head three other games over eighty thousand fans, and that was fans of the other T now, which raider fans. Yeah. But when the raiders start losing within a couple years about twenty thousand per game disappeared so there's a couple of questions about the Rams right now. You know, they went all in this year. Right. They spent the big money on Dominic and sue they went and got a key to leave. They wanted to get all these free agents. You know, they they signed Brandin cooks. They get Marcus Peters. They start bringing all these names into go with the young core the already app, right? So it was one of those teams on paper before the season began said the rise of the best team in the NFL. And they're they're they're in the Super Bowl right now. But you're here in the LA area. What does he getting about the Rams, and if they do win the Super Bowl, what do you think the reaction is going to be right now, they're the obviously the popular pick between the two right now. They're winning. They're they're in the big game right now. I think having some loyalists here as well helps. I mean, obviously, I mean, the the buzz around town is like, okay, it's football football football. Now at at this moment because like I said LeBron's been out. He's been hasn't been planned. The Lakers have been planning plan not too. Well, so the fact that that's kind of coincided with the playoffs in the way that they are planning at this moment. I mean right now people are actually going to the bars and going around town talking about the Rams and. Great reason they're playing well, they have a great thing. They have great players have great marketability. So I mean, everything's working in a factor right now. If they win this game that will carry on. But if they lose they will be forgotten. It's a year to year thing if they're not playing, well, they're they're all they're going to be they're going to take a back seat to a lot more team. Meet the dodgers play. Well, you have the Lakers. So it's going to be hard. It's going to be it's going to be your thing. I think now there's the other team in LA sort of. And that's the chargers. Yeah. I mean, this would be a double whammy this is almost a triple whammy. This is the worst nightmare for the chargers. Let me explain. So when the San Diego Chargers moved LA, they came up with a really ill-fated concept of fight for LA, which really was insulting to LA people because L A never really asked the chargers to come in the first place, and the L A attitude is why aren't you fighting for San Diego? That's where you were for fifty six years. Now you wanted to fight for LA. But here's the problem. Both teams are now currently selling tickets for that new stadium to be opening up in twenty twenty. If the Rams win the Super Bowl. By the way against the very team blew out the chargers. What's your new campaign slogan? If you're the chargers, we're still here. We're not the Rams, but we're here. I mean, what exactly is your selling point when you're competing for people to buy tickets? All right on one hand could buy tickets to see the Super Bowl champion Rams in by the way, the stadium that they run or I could buy tickets for the chargers. Who are renters in L A? So that's the big question on how the chargers would precede. Now, I will tell you this because obviously I'm in San Diego during the week. There is a movement afoot. In San Diego Gavin. I know you'll be liking this and I heard from two prominent sources on this. There is an investment group. That is ready to pony up. Whatever the price tag may be two billion three billion whatever it takes to wrestle that charger team away from the Spanos family and bring it back to San Diego on the now because remember San Diego State won the big vote. They now control the mission valley property they're going to build a new stadium. That that record the stadium's going to be coming down. Well that new stadium could become a much bigger stadium. If someone partners with sandiego state to bring an NFL team in now. Now, I've always said this about San Diego, the San Diego charger fan said, of course, we'd welcome back to chargers as long as there's no ownership. So I don't know what to do if you're the Spanos family right now think about this. They're on the hook for six hundred and fifty million dollar relocation fee and the first payment is due this year. So if the NFL says, look if you sell the team for over market value will waive that six hundred fifty million dollar relocation fee and allow the team to go back to San Diego because if the Ran's win the Super Bowl, they will one hundred percent owned the city, certainly versus the chargers. I know raider fans are still out there. They'll never change their allegiance. But as far as the battle between the Rams and the chargers, it'll be it. It's over ought to be over for sure on the chargers had Philip rivers who's on his last legs versus a twenty four year old quarterback in the rides along with Todd Gurley. Aaron Donald this young nucleus of ram players. It's going to keep them in the mix for many years to come. Yeah. It'd be over right now. Like, you said Philip is out pretty much out on his last leg. You have Ryan Gosling that quarterback for the ramp. So it's a it's a it's a thing. It's going to be a it's it's not even be called over that's the ramp down. So, but I mean, ultimately, you know, what the NFL wants stadiums. So the forty Niners finally got their new stadium Granitz in Santa Clara, the raiders led that new stadium in Vegas Rams are gonna have their new stadium in LA. You know, what they wanna see new stadium in San Diego. The NFL. Love San Diego loves San Diego. It is the best cypher Super Bowls. Anyone that went to any of three Super Bowl? San Diego's will tell you the same thing the place. So I don't know what's going to happen. Spanos family in their mouthpieces are screaming at the top of their lungs were never going to leave. Even if we're the clippers were never going to leave even if no one shows up, we're never going to leave. We'll see we'll see. I know what the NFL would prefer. Let's put it that way. Right. I mean, they're getting their dream right now that this ram team is not only a Super Bowl team this year but figures to be a contender for many years ago. I mean, so that's that's what you want an LA. Right. You want a team that people are going to take notice of? And the Rams are certainly that. So this is big. Now, you mentioned though, if New England does to the ranch what they did to the chargers. Then you're right. You nailed it. Now, we go back to the square wind back the open season. Yeah. Fair game. Very fickle. Very fickle fans here old. Yes. Let me play this as well. So Philip rivers spoke the other night, this was at a hall of champions dinner in San Diego's actually there that night. All didn't stay for the dinner. Listen to the emotion of Philip rivers as he addressed a group of people in the city of San Diego, certainly understand emotions. It's more than others. Those are the students here. We certainly appreciate it. Person express my gratitude. Close..
"louis right" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Think. Thank you, Louis. Right. Mark for another week. Is hated the the Brexit vote done. Is it the? I'm going to go back in there. Do you know that? Okay. You want to do it. Have we could commentate earlier Nolan I commented commentator the is in the world champs. If it was your make. I haven't looked it. However, we pretty much though the outcome, right? Anyone as expected? I think she loves two hundred thirty the vote was lost two hundred thirty golf. Yeah. Wonder what's gonna happen? It's crazy world, isn't it? Crazy crazy. We'll tell you. What though for all the stick their gang? I wouldn't want to be an MP right now genuinely. People furious and. Do now. I mean, that's that's pretty much end over isn't it? I mean what no. No, no. I think she's gonna win emotional confidence. Probably I think she'd probably ridiculously win a general election. If you had one. Like what I? We said begin the show. We're not really political. But is is is I like. Portent moment in in our history. Many ways it frustrates me. Immeasurably actually, you know that we can't make. People charged with making decisions cannot make decisions in a responsible way for the best growth of the country now in the future. I find it staggering that we're two and a half years down the line. In a an I guess question. Often question the motives around is this I sincerely hope every impede impeded place that vote placed it because they want what's best for the country and not what's best for their own political careers, Harris. Who anyway here, man? Gosh. Over what should he be up to? I am off to London Friday board meeting global part with family Saturday and Sunday special parlor Saturday, which will tell you more about next week. Yeah. That's it. How about you? What am I doing? I've got a live London marathon Facebook session on Wednesday to the day. The show comes the sixteenth is six PM. Not normal Friday is on the Friday on the way, the national running conference the trade bit before the national running show, which I'm not going to the UK UK active judge. For seven how come take those cards? I think would active lab which one you're going to be the body. The solution. The. I'm gonna I'm gonna take up one of those X-factor factor buttons leg award. Can you parallel to the floor? Turn go running with some in peace. Oh, good. Good luck with that all Wednesday. Yes, considering what just says, surely, they'll pay scale agenda. We'll see we'll see. But yes, I'm Dan to be running with MP's next week. What do you mean a bail on that mountain willing to serious business? Corre- these people together priorities. Right. Good career. Right. This time Phyllis pair these taken from the events that you should mitt to marriage will give Ed pages do Pablo onto marathon, talk dot com. Put your event, and then it will appear as if by magic on our count down four weeks ago. We can't in those events around the world marathon talk listeners are doing and this weekend. It is on Sunday the twentieth of January Chevron Houston marathon. And also, the twenty January the Luigia Louisiana Louisiana marathon. On the Twitter, Sundays when he's January. It's the grand Canario marathon. Weekend. It is Sunday the third February and it's to surf city marathon who right at my Strasser and then on Sunday ten to February marathon from talkers are running at two rivers marathon. And that's it another week in marathon in marathon and other weekend marathon talk, I'm totally he's Martine yelling in that was Maratha talk.
"louis right" Discussed on 710 WOR
"This is coast to coast AM with George Noory Presley tells a story about that song that a guy was in a hospital with his wife. He was dying in. She was sitting on the bed, and he he didn't want her to see him die in wall. She was sitting there. She kind of nodded often fell asleep for a little bit. And he apparently wrote the words. To that song. And that's what he left her when she woke up. He was gone. It was just a great song. Good old Elvis Presley. Hey tomorrow, that's the day. The big night goes to go star annual tradition. Now, the first hour Rosemary Ellen guy Lee joins me to talk about haunted mirrors. And some other scary things of then we'll have the ghost to go show, which starts in the second third and fourth hours. We will take your calls all night long thereafter with your ghost stories hit us with your best story. And as you know, we were soliciting Email stories over the last month or so Tom is accumulated a great list of that. So those folks will be called with their stories as well. So I'm looking forward to it. In Saint Louis right now, and it's pouring outside the poor kids for trick or treat and how they're going to get flooded on tomorrow. I hope it stops for at least a little bit. But. And do one thing for experiments, especially check your kids candy lot of strange people out there and just check the candy to make sure there's no preparations or anything like that. Just just be on the safe side. Here's something for a lot of people. I've tried this. This is amazing. Listen, there are things about the face that so many adults complain about as the age, namely bags under the is horse crow's-feet fine lines and wrinkles. Finally, there's an immediate fix it's called instantly ageless and age defined micro cream that acts in less than two minutes. No needles. No pain. Just a happier. Younger-looking you. It's simple to use. Take a small drop lightly applied to target areas. Leave damn until dry, then apply cosmetics. If necessary it's great for men and women. People are amazed at how fast it works. Here's some reaction with actual instantly ageless users. I've probably noticed in the past five years that.
"louis right" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Into the stands, and you actually got to know the players between him and Paul Smith, Randy Greta, Chartres, Tom, Jackson Louis, right? You talk about the players that made the game. They were the players that made the game. However, the people that may remember the game where people like Marv Hubbard Pete Vannes SaK, Fred blitz, the cuff, Dave casper and I hated Kenny stabler worse than anything. Okay. So why? Why is this l. j. okay, algae. Well, this is a a history. This is the legacy game. I always love a raiders Broncos game interest. Nothing better in the world. Thanks for the call. Non-pri. I appreciate that. That sentiment ideals the heart mind or span here. Do you feel the same way? Well, no, because my legacy of I'm forty one. So my legacy of Broncos raiders is mostly remembering. I know John Elway Pete and chase, raider all that's the glory of the Todd marina vici years. That's a lot of my my, my glory time for it. I don't know, case keenum versus a Derek Carr that look skittish I don't know, but I do love me some autumn win. You can't go just taking the rest of the segment all the way you guys are crushing the phone lines by the way Glenn in Atlanta, what do you got? What's your game? You got one game. What are you going with. On, you know, the biggest game this weekend gotta be the giants Cowboys. Think about that Prescott going into he li- manning going into. I mean, when you know the coaching staff, you know the, I guarantee Jason gas probably on the hot seat. If if they go into, you know if he lied drops another one, then they'll be, you know, regretting the Sam darnold trade. It's just a whole bunch of speculation we can write about it. It'll be the talk of the the whole week who you know without comes going to be that game. Here's why I can. I can totally agree with Glenn in this regard is thank you by the way Glenn for calling in Glen from Atlanta, here's where I can agree is that whichever team loses this game obviously will drop the Owen too, and that perspective fan base slash city slash market will just lose its collective mind if the Cowboys wake up on Monday morning, oh, into, as we discussed earlier on the show, there are going to be people that are going to start discussing the future of decent Garrett. If the giants felt, oh, in two after making Odell Beckham during the richest quarterback virtuous wide receiver, NFL history and spending big in free agency on a couple of players most notably Nate solder and signing drafting saquon Barkley the number two overall pick and all this positive buzzer emanated from the Big Apple this off season. And especially if the jets go to two and beating Miami woo. Whoo. Boy that is Doku up down there in East Rutherford, New jersey. If the giants did not win the Sunday night. The last point you made was the biggest point right there. I mean, I think if if the jets go to to know and Eli looks poor than that, that's that's going to be an absolute key. Oh my gosh, if it's just the reality here is just that whether or not people, it's fair. Saquon Barkley Sam darnold will be forever inextricably linked. And sometimes that's the case for quarterbacks or players that are drafted in the same draft and it becomes inconsequential, right? Like for after the twentieth fifteen draft, everybody said it's Marcus mariota. It's James Winston, their careers will be intertwined right now..
"louis right" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Cut your arm off road river You as a human being and tax Women are non violence but. They will get inside of your heart His name is Louis c. k. and. Obviously had some issues especially at the beginning. Of the metoo movement what? Was, it hashtag me too, soon fell is that what it was yeah Yeah Well he made a surprise. Though parents immediately following the, allegations FX, HBO and Netflix all drop Louis c. k. from upcoming, projects the comedy sellers owner tells the CK received a standing ovation for his fifteen minute, performance but that club taking a lot of heat for even allowing him onto that stage and he's getting hammered for. It and so is the club now they're getting some. Support he was a club was a club in New York. City very popular famous club who essentially let him back in and Caroline's is, is is is famous like you're not a comic big comic unless you've there's certain clubs like you have to have had an opportunity to perform at even people who are. Established massive comedians know that there are certain places you need to get to and play at least wants to, say I did, this and that's one of, those? Right it's like you're a great. Pianist it's, like, oh I wanna. Play Carnegie and things like Caroline's laugh factory comedy store those are some of the play improv these are. Some of the places you gotta play so he did fifteen minutes fifteen minutes and I've said all along there, are to be, people caught up right in, this? Who have done some things that. Are asinine, and, stupid and vile And are gonna, pay a price and that price will be steep in for some it will destroy them and you may never hear from them again And the punishment itself probably doesn't fit the crime And I've said it. Also depends on who you are a human being Right Louis CK people like Louis you know this is what I think and I'm going to throw. This out there and I'm probably going to get in trouble for this so let's The Geisel. Tax means You're right Chad bins maybe, a woman or two, but by, and large you know Like the Tiger, Woods thing Heard Ron. White whose I love, Ron Wyden. Also another, comedian put it he said it's fine He said we get mad at the eighteen women tiger slept with or whatever it was. Right but we nobody talks, about the number they. Should be talking about, is all. The women, he didn't Right And they dumped them and they got rid of them and all my, God everybody all of these. Things and you, know most guys, relate you know? What I don't really, care you, know but eventually tiger like he is, now people have allowed him to come back into the graces were cheering, again people want to see him do well, again it's time thing Is it too, soon for Louis, potentially because I? Don't like the metoo, situation is, settled yet we're still going through all, kinds of things Weinstein and all of this stuff is going on and, but I've always said the thing about. Louise, people like Louis Right As a person he might have done some vile, things and a lot of the women that you know th the you've talked to or people have talked to about this Tig and a bunch of these other people that were COMEX is was well known and be While they found it reprehensible and vile They've moved on for and I think a lot of it is. Also who you are as a person and I said from day one, Weinstein and all of these other guys they're in another room altogether That door is is. Is open for other people to be put in there but when people, started ordering Louis in there Bunch of other. People said no guess what Louis we're going to. Have a talk you're going to go on a corner and that's it you don't go where Matt Lauer is you don't you're going? In the corner and eventually you're going to be on restriction and we're going to allow you. Out was this too soon that's the question That's the question that people want to know and of, course I give you go there right. And in this politically correct, world if you're a guy like yeah you're with, a girl and she's like looking at. You, like oh that's horrible. He's onstage but you're laughing, inside surprise and? Also plenty of outrage following the show. Louis c. k. made a name for himself telling jokes. About male hypocrisy taking shots at his own sexual. Misteps but in his comeback routine the comedian reportedly ignore the elephant in the room bypassing the allegations that toppled. His career yeah because? It's too soon It's it's too soon To do that, now amongst his friends And his other comics I'm sure they, blast him all the time about it but too soon for the public But for a lot of people you know and, people have, come out and, said, look. You know Kathy Griffin came out and she just destroyed, him and destroyed you know and you're like okay whatever, but you wanted a second chance Right You wanted a second. Chance at what point do we say it's okay to give you a second? Chance, again tiger I wondered to myself head tiger not had all these injuries And had, tiger not had an. Uphill battle as, the landscape changed more and. More athletic guys came into the game guys inspired and you know and he. Not, had this now you know David and Goliath situation if you will Would people feel. The same way What point. Do we. Say okay you can it's, okay now you. Can come right you can come Some people are gonna be mad no matter what. Even if Louis comes back and becomes a touring comic because I. Think it's going to happen eventually some people will never forgive.
"louis right" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"K. and obviously. Had some issues especially at the beginning of the metoo movement what, was it hashtag me, too soon fills that what it was With me Well he made a surprise appearance immediately following, the allegations FX HBO and Netflix drop Louis CK from. Upcoming projects the comedy sellers owner tells us CK received a standing ovation for his fifteen minute performance of that club taking a lot of heat for even allowing him onto that stage and he's getting hammered. For it and so is the club now they're getting. Some support he was a club was a club in New. York City very popular famous club who essentially let him back in and Caroline's is is famous like you're not a comic a big comic unless you've there's certain clubs like you have to have had an opportunity to perform at even people who, are established massive comedians know there's certain places you need to get to and play at least once, to say I did this and that's one, of? Those right it's like you're a. Great pianist, it's, like oh I wanna play Carnegie and things like Caroline's laugh factory comedy, store those are some of the play improv these are some of the places you've got gotta play, so he did fifteen minutes fifteen minutes and, I've? Said all along there are going. To be, people, caught up right In this who, have done some things that are asinine and stupid and vile And are going to pay a price and that price will be steep in for some it will destroy them and you may never hear from them again And the punishment itself probably doesn't fit the crime And I've said it. Also depends on who you are a human being Right Louis CK people like Louis this is what I think and and I'm going to throw. This out there and I'm probably going to get in trouble for this let's The guys'll tax. Means You're right Chad wtn's maybe, a woman or two, but by, and large you know just like. The Tiger Woods thing Ron right who's I, love Ron white also, another comedian, put it he said it's way He. Said we get mad at the eighteen. Women tiger slept with or whatever it was. Right but we, nobody? Talks about the? Number there. Should be talking about all. The women, he didn't Right Chad, and they dumped them and they got, rid of them and oh my God everybody all of these things and you. Know most guys really you know I. Don't, really care and. You know but eventually tiger like he is now people have allowed him to come back into. The graces were cheering for Mcgann people. Want to see him do well again it's. Time thing Is it, too soon, for, Louis potentially, because I don't like the metoo situation, is settled yet we're still going through, all kinds of things Weinstein and all of this stuff is going on and. But I've always said the thing about. Louise, people like Louis Right As a person he might have done some vile things and a lot of the women that you know th that you've talked to or people have talked to about. This you, know taking a bunch of these other people that were comics is was well known and be While they found it reprehensible and vile They've moved on from and I think a lot of it is. Also who you are as a person and I said from day one Weinstein and all of, these other guys during another room altogether That door is is is. Open for other people to be put in there but when people started ordering Louis in there Bunch of other people said Nope Guess what Louis, we're going to have a talk you're. Going to corner and that's it you. Don't go where Matt Lauer is you don't do your going in the corner and eventually you're going to be on restriction and we're going to allow. You out was. This to stone that's the, question That's the. Question that people, want to know and of course like if you go there right and, in this politically correct world if you're. A guy like yeah you're, with a girl and she's like looking at you, like oh that's horrible he's on stage. But, you're laughing inside surprise. Also plenty? Of outrage following the show Louis c., k. made a name for himself telling. Jokes about male hypocrisy taking shots at. His own sexual missteps but in his comeback, routine the comedian reportedly ignore the elephant in the room bypassing the allegations that toppled his career yeah because. It's too soon Right, it's it's too soon To do. That. Now amongst his friends And his friend and other comics I'm sure, they blast him all the time about but too soon for the public But for a lot of people you know, and people, have come out, and, said. Look you know Kathy Griffin came out and she just destroyed him, and destroyed you know and you're like okay whatever, but you wanted a second chance Right You wanted a second. Chance at what point do we say it's okay to give you a second chance, again tiger I wonder to myself head tiger not had all these injuries And had, tiger not, had an uphill battle. As the landscape, changed and more and more. Athletic guys came into the game guys she inspired and you know and he not, had this now you know David and Goliath situation if you will Would people feel. The same way In, what point. Do we. Say okay you can it's, okay now you. Can come right you can come Some people are going to be mad no matter what. Even if Louis comes back and becomes a Taurean comic in because. I think it's going to happen eventually some people will never forgive.
"louis right" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Been working its way through the courts since when reggie bush hurt himself tours acl as you said he sued both the rams and the saint louis stadium authority you know this curie in saint louis found the rams one hundred percent liable in why that is interesting is that as many sports fans know the rams left saint louis there is a lot of bitterness in saint louis right now for the rams as as an organization who knows if that played in here but it is in some ways ironic that the that the twelve person jury found the rams one hundred percent liable they are now on the hook for almost thirteen million dollars owed originally i ask him more simple question why in the world would you allow concrete on the outside of the stadium like that i mean we see players running off this this seems like a no brainer that you perhaps like to maybe put some turkey to watch the video it is that obvious you know he's trying to slow down on the turf the minute he steps on the concrete cleats even as a kid you go running you step on the curb i mean if you've ever seen it's like the kids who forget to take their skate guards off and hockey the ice and down they go speaking of what we went down let's go the other way what is up and running thank you very much new jersey so they win the case i feel bad for new jersey and by the way i say this as well the listeners don't know but you know medina you know i soon will be a new jersey resident closing on the house hopefully in a few weeks new jersey brings the case to the supreme court for legalize sports betting they win and then delaware delaware gets in there and his first to take bets.
"louis right" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Huge reason why these big companies are interested in these acquisition all right we'll see how that works out reggie bush speaking of big money i really didn't follow this when reggie bush got hurt but apparently when he was playing for the rams are playing for the forty for the forty niners but he was playing at the rams in saint louis he ran out of bounds and there was no more turf you just stepped on concrete he slipped of course which makes sense if you've ever worn those football cleats and your step on concrete down you go and he tories acl well the jury was sympathetic but the interesting part is where the jury will eso is having back in two thousand fifteen it's been working its way through the courts since when reggie bush hurt himself tours acl as you said he sued both the rams and the saint louis stadium authority you know this jury and saint louis found the rams one hundred percent liable and why that is interesting is that as many sports fans know the rams left saint louis there is a lot of bitterness in saint louis right now for the rams as as an organization who knows if that played in here but it is in some ways ironic that the twelve person jury found the rams one hundred percent liable they are now on the hook for almost thirteen million dollars owed originally i ask them more simple question why in the world would you allow concrete on the outside of the stadium like that i mean we see players running off this this seems like a no brainer that you perhaps like to maybe put some turn you watch the video it is that obvious you know he's trying to slow down on the turf the minute he steps on the concrete cleats even as a kid you go running you step on the kirby i mean if you've ever seen it's like the kids who forget to take their skate guards in hockey the ice and down they go speaking in what we went down let's go the.
"louis right" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Has gotten coldham in st louis right now for the holidays and it really has snapped at one from being relatively mild temperatures in the fifties and sixties to june down to the 20s and even lower dislike almost overnight let's go to laura in maine welcome to the program i laura how you doing i'm flying how are you good 'cause i stood at roland story and then just two comments okay um oh we call i had oh um went to school uh move this university way kill was eleven thousand dollars a year um i'm very fortunate in blessed to have a uh from intelligence so i was able to pay half of that just by um glance and stuff that i got for that um that i need to take out a few other grants though and uh alone the pace of the rest um now all talk a little by the time of my four years the came to close to seven thousand dollars unfortunately asked right graduated i became for the next twenty years into drugs and alcohol and um well they caught up with me about six years ago yup thirty three thousand dollars so uh iit has i am birdie a was declared a disabled i worked twenty years mental health field and unfortunately uh developed a mental illness uh but i had to get a letter from a psychiatrist my medical doctor and then they had to review that i that then they gave it back to me i had to have the fill out another four well finally um uh all the people work was complete and i was it was weight and uh i don't have to pave the student loans inland yeah unless you god bless you go back for what i left i thought that to work and.
"louis right" Discussed on KTRH
"Other side of the meaning it may come around during the early days of august will keep watching it but we always countdown in proudly so the great total american solar eclipse twenty seven days thirteen hours and two minutes if you look white from st louis right in the center of the nation and knowing your affiliation with st louis georgia thought it started off this way aren't people in missouri have not seen a total solar eclipse like those in the year fourteen fortytwo at across the nation some five hundred million people i should say more accurately in north america have an opportunity to witness even the partial phases of us on i thought i'd start off talk about those because not everybody will begin the path of mm totality unlucky for them seattle he's 94 percent of the sun governor francisco eighty percent down in los angeles some seventy percent of and if you go to the east coast quickly new york city some seventy six percent washington dc eighty two percent and miami eighty four percent so the potent or heroes everybody should have safeway the view it that is the partial phases or indeed look directly onto your computer for what's happening for this amazing eclipse upwards of two minutes and 40 seconds down in southern illinois at georgia's you know even telling everybody if you have questions about this event email me at doctors guy at khan that i appreciate all those emails so many wonderful things happening with the eclipse but finally in the wipes guy this is a great week i just went out of my house tonight here in phoenix people can see for the next few nights george the beautiful fim crescent luhn in the west a magnificent photo opportunity and just remember this is the lunar cycle once with complete the clips of courses on the other they're side the dark side as we call it when the moon in the sun beat in that beautiful romantic you've a dr sky remind everybody always remember to keep your eyes to discuss steven my iso approved glasses got to my daughters so she's all set kids baluyevsky question if it's really cloudy out that day what do you see the.