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A highlight from Eric Diaz's Journey From the University of Georgia to Coaching Rising American Alex Michelsen
"Welcome to the official tennis .com podcast featuring professional coach and community leader Kamau Murray. Welcome to the tennis .com podcast. We are here with Eric Diaz. You remember the name? Eric is son of Manny Diaz, coach of Alex Mickelson, Werner Tan, and right now has his own thing called tier one performance out in the Irvine area. Welcome to the show, Eric. How's it going? Thanks for having me. Thanks for having me. It's great to be on. Great to be on. So I interviewed your dad probably about 2 months ago. That was, you know, we were poking fun about him redshirting Ethan Quinn, you know, not choosing not to play Ethan Quinn later. You know he wins NCAA the next year. It was kind of like, what were you thinking, right? Yeah, one of those tough ones. Oh yeah, it was kind of like, did you think he wasn't ready? Was he, did he think he wasn't ready? Like, you know, you probably could have won NCAA twice. That kind of thing but you obviously came from good tennis pedigree. So, I guess the first obvious question was what was it like growing up with your dad being Manny? You know, because I, it's hard not to take work home, right? Let's just put it that way. You're a tennis coach and a child of a tennis dad. Yeah. You know, I don't know. I think anybody that's been in tennis for a long time knows it's kind of a lifestyle a little bit. You know, there's definitely being the tennis coach and kind of, you know, working toward things but it's also, I don't know, the sport takes so much of you that sometimes, you know, it just feels like, you know, it's second nature. It's kind of a part of it. So, I mean, growing up in Athens, growing up around Dan McGill Complex was always a treat. That was back when NCAA's were kind of always hosted in Athens. So, I got to watch, you know, all the college greats. I grew up watching the Bryan brothers get, you know, sadly then they were kind of pegging some of our guys in doubles matches but, you know, it was really cool being able to sit court side, watch those guys and then, you know, be able to watch them on TV a little bit later. Really cool. Really cool experience growing up. Now, from a junior career, did your dad coach you your whole career or did he hire private coaches to sort of teach you technique? Because I know, you know, coaching at a program like UGA, it is very demanding and sometimes the children of the tennis coach lose out to the actual players and the people who are paying. So, did he coach you? How was that? You know, he coached me. I think he tried to coach me but at the same time, he also didn't want to put too much pressure on me to like, you know, really play tennis and go in. So, he kind of let it be my own thing. I started, I actually went to Athens Country Club, great little spot on the outside of Athens. Alan Miller was the main coach there. So, he helped me out a lot. He actually, he was on my dad's first, you know, assistant coaching team where they won a national title. I think he paired with Ola who now obviously has been with USGA for a while. I think they played doubles and I think they won a doubles title as well. So, I think Alan was a part of the first team championship and then he was also, you know, he won a doubles title there too. I think he might have won two. So, I spent a lot of time around him which was also, it was really cool. You know, it was a guy who was a part of the Georgia tennis family. Athens is really tight -knit like that and so it's special to be a part of that family both, I guess, through blood and through, you know, the alumni. It's cool. Now, let me ask you, did you ever consider going anywhere else, right? I mean, successful junior career, one of the top players in the nation, tons of options. You know, it could be like, you know, there's always sort of the, oh, his dad's going to give him a scholarship, right? You saw with Ben Shelton, you know, Brian Shelton. Obviously, he's going to look out for his kid. Did you ever aspire to like go to another top program or UCLA or Texas or Florida? I think growing up, you know, because I got to see all those teams play. You know, I remember in 1999, I looked up this guy who, he played number one for UCLA. I don't know, this guy showed up. I'm a little kid and he had half of his head was blue and the other half was gold and, you know, UCLA was firing it up. They were really good at the time. I remember that was my dad's first national title in 99. And, you know, ever since then, I really, you know, I looked up to the guys. Every now and then, I got to sneak on to a little travel trip and, you know, I got to see what it was like. But, I mean, for me, it was always Georgia. I thought Athens was a special place, you know, getting to see the crowds that they get there and being able to kind of just see the atmosphere of everybody caring about each other. You know, it was cool looking at other teams. You know, the Brian brothers had the cool Reebok shoes, you know, the UCLA guy with the different hair. But at the end of the day, it was always the dogs. It was always Georgia. So, I was really lucky when I got to be a part of that team and I got to kind of wear the G that, you know, through my junior years, I was always wearing it, you know, but I guess it was a little bit different when you're actually, you know, on the team and representing. I think it's a different feeling. Yeah. So, if you didn't go into tennis, what else would you be doing? Like, you know, I didn't, you know, I'm obviously coaching now, but I didn't go right into coaching. I went to work into pharmaceuticals like marketing, sales, you know, finance. It's always, I always find it interesting to say if I wasn't coaching, I got my degree, I would be doing this. Yeah. You know, if I was a little bit more prone, I think to just loving schoolwork and loving studying, you know, everybody's always told me that I would make a pretty good lawyer just because I'm a bit of a contrarian. I like to argue. I like to challenge everybody that's kind of around me. So, I'm always looking for a good argument. So, I'll go with that. Everybody's always told me, you know, maybe you should have been a lawyer. You argue a Hey, lot. well, I'm sure, I'm sure your tennis parents, right? The parents of the academy probably don't like that one, right? They like to be in control. They have the last say and be contrarian. A lot of the time they do. A lot of the time they do. Yeah. So, you're sort of like stepping out, right? Out of the shadow and you're now on the west coast out there in the with Irvine area tier one performance and quite honestly, making your own name. I know you've had opportunity to coach Alex Mickelson as well as, you know, Lerner, Tan who are both like doing real well, both like main draw this year at US Open. Tell me about the process of moving way west. Yeah. And starting your own thing. Well, you know, it kind of started with, you know, I took that leap and I moved away from home for, you know, the first time because obviously being born and raised and going to school at UGA. I took my first chance and I went to Boise State and I worked under Greg Patton for a year who I'd heard great things about and, you know, all were true. He's a great guy. I thought it was a fantastic experience. So, I did that for a year and then over the summer, the UGA swim coach's son that I kind of grew up with, he was in Newport and so I kind of came to visit and then, you know, all of a sudden the opportunity to be coaching out here, you know, came about and, you know, I did my due diligence a little bit. You know, I looked at the old tennis recruiting pages and, you know, I'm looking at all the talent over the last like 20 years and, you know, statistically, you look at the list and you're like, okay, you know, if I'm in this area and I give myself, you know, the right opportunities and I, you know, learn how to coach properly, you know, I feel like I've had some pretty good experience from some good mentors. You know, then I kind of thought, you know, okay, maybe I can kind of control my own destiny out here a little bit and, you know, over time, it's taken a lot but, you know, over time, I feel like I did get myself some pretty decent opportunities. So, when you first laid eyes on Mickelson, how old was he? He was 12. He was coming out to some point place. It was the first place I kind of rented courts. It was this old rundown beat up club but beautiful. There were some trees there. Nobody wanted it. The courts were kind of run down and everyone's like, oh no, nothing there and I was like, I'll take it. So, you know, it gave me space. It gave me courts. It gave me the ability to kind of try and market. I made things cheap so I could get a lot of kids out there and try and get a competitive environment going and luckily, you know, had a good bit of talent out there where, you know, the kids kind of attracted the kids and I was this young coach, 23, 24 and, you know, over time, you know, people started to kind of gain trust and realize, you know, this guy isn't that bad. So, you know, over time, it kind of, you know, worked in my favor and, you know, everything kind of worked out. I eventually switched clubs to a nicer one and, you know, you move up. You earn your stripes. Now, when you saw him, did you initially see, you know, like super talent because he won our ADK this summer and, you know, it was full of Steve Johnson, Su -Woo Kwong. It was Ethan Quinn. It was other names, right? Kanee Shakuri. And Alex, okay, you know, he got the USTA wildcard. He's a young kid. You know what I mean? Like, sort of under the radar and then he wins the whole tournament in finals Newport on the grass like a week later. So, did you see it right away? Was he like a typical kind of 12 -year -old throwing his racket, having tantrums? What was he like at 12? Alex has always turned on tantrums. But, you know, when he was 12, he was good. But, you know, I'll be honest, there were a handful of kids out there that, you know, Kyle Kang, who's had a lot of success. I saw him. Sebastian Goresney, who Alex won doubles with. There were a handful of others and, I mean, Alex, they were, he was good. If I thought that he would be this good, you know, at this point, I think I'd I don't think I saw that. But, you know, you definitely see that this kid's capable of playing at a pretty good level while he's young. And then, you know, as the years kind of go and then as you sort of see him and his personality kind of develop, you kind of recognize, you know, this, you know, this isn't too normal of a 16, 17, 18 -year -old kid. And then, you know, sure enough, eventually the results followed, which was pretty fun to watch. Yeah, I mean, I felt it was interesting because he was here with like his friend. Yeah. You know, not even like a coach, trainer, physio, nothing. Like him and his homeboy. Yeah. He didn't look like he played tennis. You know what I mean? So, yeah, it was like, it was interesting to show up without, you know, completing against guys who are here with like coaching that they're paying six -figure salaries and who are scouting, right? And for him to kind of move through the draw, honestly, I mean, you know, maybe he split sets once. Yeah. It was actually really interesting. He's an extremely competitive kid. And so, you know, throughout the last few years kind of as we've traveled to some events and as he's gone to some like by himself, you know, the whole understanding is, okay, how well do you really understand, you know, your day -to -day process? How well are you able to, you know, nowadays, you know, with challengers, everything you can stream, you can watch. So, you know, both myself and, you know, Jay, the other coach that's here and helping him out, you know, we watch, we communicate. But, you know, at the end of the day, you know, it was one of those big decisions, okay, are you going to go to college or are you going to go pro? And he's kind of weighing those two things. And it's, you know, if you really think you want to be a pro, show me. And so it's one of those things, luckily, when he's young, you know, you have the, you know, it's kind of freedom. If he loses some matches, okay, you're young. If, you know, you win some matches, okay, great. You're young. So it's one of those things where, you know, we really kind of wanted to see, you know, what he's able to do sort of on his own. How well can he manage emotionally? How well can he, you know, create some game plans and stick to his day -to -day routines? And he, I would say he passed. And did he officially turn pro? He officially turned pro, yeah. Yeah. So I know UGA was going to be where he was going. I know he was undecided this summer, but UGA was going to, was there a little bit of an inside man kind of happening here, right? You know, I mean, you know, I think that, you know, I'll definitely say, I think he had some exposure to hearing about, you know, some Georgia greatness. I think that for sure. But, you know, I'll say it was his decision. Ultimately, I tried to not put too much pressure or expectation on where he was going to go. You know, I think Georgia has a lot to offer. So I think, you gone that route, I think it would be, you know, I don't think we can really fail if, you know, you're going and you're trying to be a tennis player and that's a place you choose. I think it's a pretty good place. Now tell us about Lerner Tan. I'll admit as a player that I hadn't had the opportunity to watch too much. I had not watched him in the challenges at all. But was he also sort of in the program at a young age or did he just sort of come later on? My partner actually, you know, kind of helped him when he was young because Levitt Jay used to be incorporated at Carson, which was kind of where Lerner kind of had his, you know, beginnings. He was a little bit more, I guess I'll say, you know, his talent was Federation spotted, I guess you could say as to where Alex was kind of, you know, the guy on the outside a little figuring his own way. Lerner was kind of the guy that everybody kind of thought was, you know, the guy. Right. And so, you know, it's been fun kind of watching him, you know, see his transition, you know, from juniors to now, you know, kind of becoming, you know, the top of juniors, you know, winning Kalamazoo the last two years and his transition. It's been fun to see. So, you know, I've seen a lot of him out of the last, you know, two and a half to three years. So it's been, it's definitely been a different transition. I feel like, you know, it's a little bit fire and ice there. You know, Alex is the fiery one screaming a good bit and Lerner is the silent killer. So it's, they're definitely different, which I think, you know, is pretty refreshing and it's kind of cool to see them both have success in their own accord. So tell us about Tier 1 then. So how many courts, obviously you grew up, I mean, like, you know, I started in the park years ago, right? In Chicago Park, right? And now I got 27 courts. But tell us about Tier 1 performance now. Where are you? How many courts do you now have? How many kids are you serving? Yeah, we're in Newport Beach right now, which is great. Weather's nice. We have, right now, we're running our program out of only five ports. It's not that big. You know, we take a lot of pride in just kind of being individually, you know, development based. I feel like if you're in our program, you're going to have, you know, a good bit of time from the coaches. You're probably going to have a chance to hit with some of the top guys. We try to be really selective with who we kind of have. Just because in Southern California, it's really difficult to, you know, get your hands on a ton of courts. There's so many people in tennis. There's only a few clubs now. You know, pickleball, even at our club right now, you know, pickleball is booming. You know, so many people are playing. It's keeping clubs alive, which, you know, I think is nice. But at the same time, I would love to see, you know, a lot of tennis courts and tennis opportunity. But, you know, it is what it is. Yeah, man, pickleball is definitely taking over. You see clubs getting rid of one court, two courts, and they think that it's not that big of an impact. But I mean, two courts really makes a difference in terms of being able to spread kids out, get them more time, get more balls and more balls at the time. But it's, you know, I think in tennis, if we want to fight them off, we've got to market better and we've got to grow, right? They're in this growth sort of stage and we're sort of stagnant, you know, so it's not like we're not leaving the club with a lot of choices other than to diversify, you know what I mean? Right. Yeah, yeah, yeah, for sure. So, let me ask you that. So, you've obviously had two kids that are going on. What do you tell that next parent, whose kid's 14, right, may get to see learner Alex come to the academy and number one, they want to homeschool, right, or ask you whether or not they should homeschool or B, you know, whether or not they should choose to go to college or, you know, turn pro. How are you advising parents? Because I get the question all the time. Should we homeschool, right? Should we do whatever? And I always, you know, the answer is always, it depends. Yeah. But what would be your answer in terms of homeschooling to train? Well, look, I definitely think that if your primary goal is to be a tennis player and I think, you know, if you're an athlete and that's kind of what you want to do, I think there's a lot of benefit in homeschooling just because, you know, it enables you to travel. You know, if I get to the ITF level, you know, I need to be able to travel. Those tournaments start on Monday and they go through Friday. So, you know, if I'm in a regular school, if I'm a high school kid, you know, that's a pretty difficult life for me to be able to justify or to, you know, be able to get my excused absences and stuff like that. You know, we're definitely big. You know, if you show me a 14 and under kid and I feel like I had pretty good experience in this just because I saw a lot of kids from the age of 12 to 14, you know, I got to see an entire kind of generation out of SoCal and a lot of them were pretty good. You know, the one thing I think, you know, when you're 12, 13, 14 years old, I think the primary thing kind of for level, obviously it matters how you're doing it, but I think the primary thing is the repetition. You know, I saw a ton of kids where they had a bunch of practices and I knew that that kid probably, you know, had 30%, 40 % more time than some of the other kids. And, you know, sure enough, that kid is more competent at keeping the ball in play. You know, they're able, you know, they've just seen and touched more balls. So, you know, they're going to make more balls. I think it's a balance. I think it really depends on the parents. I think it really depends on the kid. And I think it depends on the environment that they'll be in if they are going to be homeschooled. You know, I will say that, you know, we've had a handful of kids kind of switch from high school to homeschooled and they're in our program. But I feel like there's still strong social aspects in our program. You know, all the boys are tight. They compete a lot. They, you know, I feel like they get their social, you know, they go to lunch. And just kind of our standards are really high. I think this past year we had five kids that graduated that all went to IVs. So, you know, it's totally possible whether you're homeschooled or whether you're in school, I think, to, you know, kind of pursue academic excellence. I think, you know, just because you're doing one thing and not the other, I don't think that that necessarily, you know, takes that away from you. I think tennis can open a ton of doors. And I think I kind of, you know, we've kind of seen that in the last few years. I've seen a lot more tennis kids choosing IV ever since 2020, I feel. I feel like the IVs have been pretty hot, especially for some blue chip players, which I think, you know, if you look prior to 2020, I think the percentages took a pretty drastic jump, which is interesting to see. Yeah, you know, it's funny, you know, in some markets you see people playing for the scholarship and in some other markets you see them playing for entrance, right, into the Princeton, the Harvards. And one of the myths, like, I think if you think about basketball or football, right, the better basketball football players are obviously choosing the SEC, right, Pac -12, whatever that is. But in tennis, you know, I think that, you know, your academics and your tennis have to be, like, at the top scale to go, just because you're not like a bad tennis player if you go to Harvard, you know what I mean? Like, the kid that goes to Harvard or makes the team probably could have gone to PCU, right, or Florida or whatever, you know what I mean? And so it is interesting to see the number of people who say, yes, I've spent 30 grand on tennis for the past eight years and I'm still willing to pay for college, right, because I got into Princeton, Harvard, Yale, etc. But I think it's a big myth where, you know, the United States is so basketball focused, we see Harvard basketball as, like, okay, that's everyone that didn't get chosen by the Illinois, the Wisconsin, the Michigan. And it's not the same, you know what I mean? Yeah, it's different for sure. So when you think about, like, the Ivies, right, you see a lot of kids go to East Coast and you think about, you know, COVID obviously changed something with the home school, you know, sort of situation. People who never considered that it was possible were like, okay, well, we've been living at home for a year and a half and doing online studies, it's not that bad, you know, they're more focused with their time. Did you see more people from families who you thought would not have done it try it post COVID? Yeah, definitely. I think the really popular thing that a lot of people are doing now is kind of a hybrid schedule, which I actually really like a lot. At least in California, I don't know if the schooling system is different everywhere else. I know it was different where I was from. But a lot of these kids, you know, they'll go to school from 8 to 1130 or 8 to 12. And, you know, they have their three hours where, you know, I don't know how they stagger their classes and stuff like that. But I know that pretty much every kid at every school in SoCal is at least able to do this if they so choose. And so they're able to get released around 12 or something. And, you know, they're able to be at afternoon practice and get a full block in. You know, for me, that still enables you to get the hours you need on court and to be able to maintain some of that social. And, you know, if you become, you know, really, really good, I guess, okay, by junior year, maybe you could consider, okay, maybe I should take this a little bit more seriously, maybe I should go full time homeschool. Or, you know, a lot of these kids are in a place where it's, you know, I'm comfortable with my tennis, I like where it's at, I feel like it'll give me opportunity in college. My grades are great. And, you know, maybe that person's a little more academically inclined. And, you know, they want to have a career and they feel like tennis is that great stepping stone. Which I think is a really cool thing about our sport is it just opens a tremendous amount of doors. I feel like if you figure out how to develop and be a good tennis player and how to compete well in tennis, you can you can apply that to almost everything in life. Yeah. So you talk about opening doors, right? When Alex or Lerner were sort of deciding whether to walk through door number one, which is college, or door number two, which is which is obviously turning pro. Right. How did you advise them? You know what I mean? If I say, hey, you know what? Take a couple wildcards. If you went around or two, maybe you go to college. If you win a tournament, maybe you stay out there. If an agency locks you into a deal, right? Then, you know, they normally know what good looks like and they normally have like the ear of the Nike, the Adidas, right? Then you turn pro. What was your advice in terms of if and when, right? Yeah. For those who ask. Well, they were both in different places. I'm gonna start with Lerner cuz he's younger. He actually, you know, did a semester in college. You know, Lerner finished high school, I think, when he was sixteen, sixteen and a half. And so, obviously, your eligibility clock starts, you know, six months after you finish your high school. So, for him, it was, you know, he was so young, he didn't really have much pro experience at that time. You know, he did great things in juniors. You know, he won Kalamazoo. He got his wild card into the men's that year and then, you know, he played a little bit of pro kind of and then, you know, that that January, he went in and and did a semester at USC which I think was a good experience for him socially. He had some eligibility problems which, you know, only let him play about five, six matches toward the end of the year which was kind of disappointing and then, you know, he won Kalamazoo again and so, you know, that was the second trip there and then, you know, by then, he had a little bit more exposure with, you know, agencies and brands and kind of, you know, the stuff that you'd like to see that'll actually give you the financial security to kind of, you know, chase your dream and pass up, you know, the the education, I guess, for the time being. So, you know, I felt like that was really the security was a big was a big thing for him. You know, prior to winning Kalamazoo for the second time, you know, he still had Junior Grand Slams to play. He wasn't playing men's events. So, for him being that age, you know, it was, well, you know, I'm I'm not in a massive rush so why not get a semester in and I think he had a great time. He really liked it. I mean, he he speaks pretty positively about the dual matches. He actually follows college tennis now a little bit more. You know, he will talk about some dual matches which I think is pretty cool and you know, I think it gave him some confidence getting to play for university, getting to represent, you know, seeing that university promotes you. I think there's a lot of benefits there and now, you know, he's got an alumni base. You know, people talk about all, you know, he's a USC Trojan and stuff like that. You know, you see it at all different tournaments. You know, guys are wearing a USC hat and, you know, hey, learner, da da da and you know, I think that that's pretty cool to be a part of, you know, a big family of people who are proud that, you know, they can say they played in the same place and then Alex. Alex was, you know, he was a little old for his grade and he was one that he committed and, you know, the whole time him and learner kind of, you know, talking and, you know, about going pro and da da da da. You know, obviously, it was their dream. You know, I just kept telling Alex, you know, I don't want to hear it. I don't want to hear it until, you know, it's a real problem and so, you know, he gets to 400 in the world and, you know, it's what you do. You get to 400. You know, it's good but at the end of the day, you know, you're not, your life's not changing because you're 400 in the world. You know, so he's 400 in the world and he's, you know, saying stuff to me and I'm like, I could not care less you're going to college and then it was, you know, this was probably in January, February, you know, he starts to kind of do a little bit better and I think at that point, I recognized that he was better than a lot of the guys kind of at the challenger level. You know, just from my perspective, I was seeing kind of what it was, what it was to be 300, what it was to be 200 and I think at that point, like February, March, I fully knew that he was good enough to be there and to be winning those matches but at the same time, you know, having financial security, having set, you know, all of those factors that kind of go into whether I'm going to pass up my education and go pro. You know, it's a big decision and so I remember we were putting it off. I just said, you know, nothing till US Open. I was like, we're not, we're not talking about college till US Open. I said, you know, when we get to US Open, you finish US Open, you have that exposure, you know, we see what happens in those two weeks and then, you know, then we'll kind of make a decision but until then, like, don't even think about it. Don't talk about it. Don't care. You're going to school and I think that mentality really helped him kind of just play free. He was, you know, I'm not playing to go pro. I'm trying to do my job in school, finish my high school. I'm going to tournaments, playing great, just trying to compete and, you know, lucky for him, you know, well, I guess it's not lucky at all. That kid worked his absolute tail off but, you know, he had that success in Chicago at your club and then, you know, he made that little Newport run and I think by then, that was his third or fourth former top 10 win and, you know, he won his challenger. He final the challenger. He'd semied another one. He had kind of shown and, you know, some people have gotten attention and they started believing in him and so then, you know, that's when that big decision kind of came but I feel like for him, he really established himself, improved himself amongst pros which I think is an interesting thing because a lot of the time when you see these juniors kind of go pro sub 18, a lot of the time, it's because they had tremendous junior success which then made them, you know, they had grand slam success and stuff like that but Alex didn't have any of that. You know, Alex was kind of the late bloomer that, you know, in the last year when he was already 18 and aged out of ITF, the kid really just took it to a new level and, you know, I think he really showed that he's kind of ready for what the tour has to offer.
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"Radio 1000 FM 977. Stay connected. Stay informed. Northwest News I'm two oh two. Good afternoon. I'm Rick fansites in Seattle, where it's partly sunny. We have 63 degrees forecast coming up in just a as moment we continue to follow the breaking story out of Garfield High School. A 17 year old boy has been treated for minor injuries following an incident which might have begun as a fight at Garfield High police. They have found damage in the area apparently caused by gunfire. We're told those involved likely took off in vehicles to this point. No arrests will keep tracking that for you this afternoon. The trial for the three officers accused of killing Manny way in Ellis Tacoma. is Ellis underway died in a confrontation with police three years ago. The medical examiner ruled death his homicide but defense attorneys argued drugs found in Ellis' system were the cause. Officers Matthew Collins, Timothy Rankine and Christopher Burbank are charged in the case. Today the prosecution presented cell phone video of the incident which expert witness Grant Fredericks walked the jury through. There's two things that are occurring here. Camera's moving, his left hand is moving but his left hand blur is further which means it's faster than the motion of the camera. The trial expected to last as long as two months so warning from the King County Council we don't tolerate hate comes after a racist remark disrupted the committee meeting. We learn more from Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haake. Council The County sets aside a portion of every meeting for public comments both in person and via zoom. Tuesday's Law, Justice, Health and Human Services Committee meeting was no exception. It went off the rails with the first online speaker. The Jew cries louder than anybody else. Jim which topic are you speaking on? Chair Girmay Haalai reminded the room comments must address an item on the meeting agenda but two more online speakers followed both offering blunt anti -semitic and racist remarks. Zahalai called for a pause. Let's take second a everybody. He reminded the room public commenters are not screened in advance. It's hard for us to catch those types of comments quickly enough but we try to get to them and mute as quickly as possible. Late Tuesday the council people issued a statement saying it does not tolerate hate. Adding quote those who attempt to abuse the King County Council's public forum in the future should be on notice. Hateful speech or behavior will be swiftly condemned. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. Still ahead on Northwest News Radio after traffic and weather. Where is all that Honeygoing King County's Regional Homelessness Authority under serious scrutiny. I'm Carleen at 204
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"The Padres even this three game series with the four to two win over the mets, trailing one to nothing Manny Machado, delivered a two out two run double in the 5th off met starter and loser David Peterson. Zander Bogart's added needed insurance with the two run blast in the 9th. It was good, man. It's a good team. Tough place to play and also, you know, fans really behind these guys. Yes, I was fun. Ryan weathers escaped the bases loaded no I'll jam in the first, he tossed 5 innings for the win. Mike mancuso, New York
Fresh "Manny" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Commute especially across south south where we could encounter low visibility during the Thursday morning commute more of that on Friday for a foggy start but that's also when we track a big warm -up two days highs in the 70s Friday and Saturday potentially even reaching 80 in parts of South Sound New in York, Kasky Foothills and the Comalford Weather Center meteorologist Kristin Clark. sunny and 60 in Seattle Northwest News Time 106 it's day two today of the trial of the three Tacoma police officers who were accused of killing Manny Ellis Ellis was killed in a confrontation with police in 2020
Nelson Cruz 2nd-oldest Padre to homer in 10-2 rout of Braves
"Nelson Cruz drilled a three on Homer and knocked in 6, leading the Padres through the third straight over the braves tend to. As nice to see the whole line, I'm just doing two dimensional and score runs, makes it fun. Starter Seth, we'll go held the braves to one run on 6 hits and picking up his second win. He helped the Padres win the weekend series three one after they dropped the opener in a walk off. Assam Kim and Trent Grisham also homered and Manny Machado had three hits to help fuel the Padres ten run 13 hit attack. Jim Hart, Atlanta.
Fresh update on "manny" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"106 it's day two today of the trial of the three Tacoma police officers who were accused of killing Manny Ellis Ellis was killed in a confrontation with police in 2020 officers Matthew Collins Timothy Rankine and Christopher Burbank are charged in the case today video forensics expert Fredericks Grant walked through cell phone video of the incident one frame at a time Mr. Collins his hand is in the area of the fabric and as his hand moves up the fabric moves up that's not there's not much motion blur in 325 the medical examiner ruled Ellis's death a homicide caused by a lack of oxygen due to being physically restrained defense attorneys argue drugs in Ellis's system led to his death the trial is expected to last last as long as two months the King County Council issues a condemnation of hate speech after a Tuesday committee meeting is barred by racist and anti -semitic public comments Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haake explains for years committees and councils region -wide have endured in the name of free speech the antics of Alex Zimmerman who uses public comment periods as a platform for confrontational performance art Zechariah my lovely dim shooter Nazi Zimmerman addressed the King County Council Law Justice Health and Human Services committee Tuesday and so did three speakers on zoom bombing the committee and its viewers with anti -semitic vitriol this councils being subverted and undermined at every level by the parasite that we know as the Jew put the people command these crimes in prison he'll hands in truth committee chair Gurmai Zahalai apologized I'm really sorry to all the people who had to listen to all these just terrible comments by days and the council had released a statement of condemnation targeting what the statement calls a group of virtual participants using fake anti nicknames to make a series of racist and anti -semitic public comments the statement says quote the King County Council supports the public's first amendment rights but adds quote the disgusting comments made Tuesday represent not only attack an on King County government but on the people of King County Corwin Haake Northwest News Radio Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell signed legislation today designed to bring in more tourists it's part of the downtown activation plan to make this a top destination for travelers year -round a new 15 -year business improvement area will also increase travel and tourism promotion that's come before as Lee stole there's warning a from new police they say they're concerned about criminals that are modifying guns to shoot dozens of rounds in just a few seconds federal agencies are seeing an illegal device known as a Glock switch being recovered over from western shooting scenes Washington all come before Jeremy Harris investigates we went to the gun range with ATF agents here in Seattle to get a look at the Glock switch firsthand those agents tell me this small device used to be very common but now it's turning up all the time with a single pull of the trigger a Glock handgun equipped with one these of switches can fire 30 rounds in about three seconds trigger and depress it and hold it down you're gonna get as many rounds fired that's in the gun these agents say these devices are flooding into the u .s. including here in the Seattle area they say the number of shootings hat that have had more than 20 rounds fired has skyrocketed Jeremy Harris como news Northwest News Time 109 a shooting left a business owner dead in Tacoma yesterday it happened at a store called the little store along 35th and South Ainsworth Avenue around one o 'clock police tell como news someone shot and killed the man who was in his 60s the gunman fled we spoke with neighbors who were emotional hearing about violent crime I don't think car and the driver gave him a call at the light source it is it's devastating police are asking anyone with information on the shooting to call them right away
"manny" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"The fact that they are getting this type of performance out of these things. And let me just give this to you. The gamer, which these things are in already. It uses a flex fuel engine designed to run on renewable alcohol. It combines with a hybrid system for an astonishing 1700 horsepower in 2581 foot pounds of torque. Claims Koenigsegg claims it will hit 62 miles an hour in 1.9 seconds. We're getting to the point where it's gonna be physically impossible for people to hang on and control these vehicles. Absolutely. I mean, it's insane. This is approaching fighter jet take off G force. Like not quite, but we're getting there. Right, now here's the other thing. You can throw away your manual transmissions at this point. If you're going this route, all those patents, right? Yeah. Unless they come out with a way to give you that feel on, on this, just to give you a feel like they have piped in sounds inside the Mustang Mach-E to make you sound like there's an exhaust. Yeah, I mean, I think the application is where it changes..
Fresh update on "manny" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Trial in the death of manny ellis say the officers had to deal with ellis's refueled superhuman strength as they called it more from northwest news radio's corwin hake opening statements are now in the books in the joint trial of takoma police officers matthew collins timothy rankin and kent lou told jurors ellis did nothing wrong he should not have been punched he should not have been defense attorney bret purser portrayed ellis as a threat to the officer's safety ellis goes up grabs mr something it is that these officers have not faced before ellis died and of of lack of oxygen as the officers restrained him in march 2020 the defense says methamphetamine in his system led to his death the officers are on trial variously for second degree murder and water corwin hake northwest news radio police scallops lonan axle strum are armed and dangerous is coming after brandon eggler was killed in his trailer yesterday morning como four's joel morano reports on the shocked community just on the edge of polsbo city limits people who live there find it hard to fathom but one of the reasons we moved here is for the safety of it you know one of the very things that moved us up here was the safety you usually don't hear that but of course terrible things happen in small
"manny" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"Or longer range, give me the longer if it's an update to a vehicle that's going to give you longer range. That should be good for me because you own a vehicle. That should be customer loyalty type updates in my opinion. Anyway, that's just me. All right. Well, while we're on the topic of potential train wrecks, man, I just, I feel bad, part of me feels bad for beating up on the postal service and part of me kind of secretly enjoys it because they've kind of brought this on themselves by just decades of just mismanagement and I have my theory on this, by the way. I digress. Okay. So we have, okay. So we talked about this a while back. The postal service has been shopping around for contracts on their new we used to call them the mail truck or the male Jeep, or they weren't jeeps. The current generation is a Chevrolet engine. It was originally placed in the S ten, it was not by any means a reliable or efficient engine. No. But these are the kinds of things that, you know, it's a government, it's basically the lowest bidder. 'cause we didn't learn anything from the space shuttle. They all run like crap. Period. If you haven't heard the rattles of your postal you know it's coming. You know what's coming? Yeah. You know, just like holy cow, man. The male guys here are male gals here, whatever, you know? So they're looking at, well, okay, so they had made a decision or a commitment in one direction. And news comes out on that. Now, this one, well, it's the contract was awarded the OshKosh defense. In the spring of 2021. To me, right? I mean, you want to be relying on an automotive manufacturer that has tons of experience in the fleet vehicle industry. So you go with the company that nobody's ever heard of, right? Right, right. What? Yeah. So these guys were, yeah, they were hooked up for the replacement of there's about a 150,000 of those what they call the Grumman long life vehicles or what we call LVs, which Keith just mentioned, which is basically an S ten, pickup truck, and they use those 2.5 liters. Now, me being in the engine component manufacturing side of the industry for years, I'm very aware of it. There's a lot of production engine rebuilders out there that have these contracts. On the rebuilding of the mail trucks for the government. And just sending out valve train in droves for these things. I mean, just it's the gift that keeps on giving. That's how bad these things are designed. They're not very good at all. They get crappy gas mileage. And that's what's going to lead us into the story. So here we are in 2022, right? And it's now time for a new replacement and the big talk is EPA. We're a decade and a half pass these things being time to be. Oh my goodness, man. Okay, so I think that the gas mileage, the EPA gas mileage rating on these things, the average is 8.2 miles to the gallon. Now keep in mind, there's a lot of idling going on..
Fresh update on "manny" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Today just after 2 p .m. Eastern get ready for an alarm the government testing emergency alert system on all of our cell phones. Sherry Preston ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 7 Stay connected stay informed. Good morning it's Wednesday October 4th at 531 we have cloudy skies and 57 degrees in downtown Seattle I'm Brian Calvert Manta is off this morning we begin with news from the Tacoma Bureau the trial of three Tacoma police officers charged in the death of Manny Ellis continues today attorneys on both sides made their opening statements yesterday prosecutors allege officers went against their training when choked they and tased Ellis multiple times pinned him to the ground and hogtied him prosecutors say according to the medical examiner Ellis died of a lack of oxygen from being physically restrained defense attorneys disputed the cause of his death blaming a lethal amount of methamphetamine in his system during the trial which is expected to last into December the jury will hear testimony from eyewitnesses and other responding officers and paramedics as well as the officers charged in Ellis's death that's common for his Holly Menino a shooting left left a business owner dead in Tacoma yesterday it happened at a store called the little store along South 35th and South Ainsworth Avenue around one o 'clock police tell come on news someone shot and killed the man who was in his
"manny" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"Sense, but I only fear that automakers are going to take the same approach that our PC builders, you know, like. Steve Bill Gates and Michael. All these guys, these manufacturers of home computers and any electronics that just basically after 5, 6 years, it's ops less. It's done. We're not going to push you an update anymore. So you're on your own if you want to drive that. And on the Android side, the cell phone market, Google, Fiona Google, their life cycles two to three years, and they just stopped releasing security updates for it after that. That's it. Right. Even a bug patch. Here's the other thing that I fear too is that the EPA could get involved with this, to where if they don't support that update anymore, say, Ford doesn't push over the air updates to these things anymore. Which keeps them EPA compliant or emissions compliant within whatever region zone that you're in and you have emissions tests that you take or they just plug it in now it's plug it into the OBD and test it. Right. If you're not getting the update that gives you the latest version and or what the EPA requires, they could shut you down. You may not even be able to get a license for it anymore. I mean, this is my brain thinking of I don't mind technology, but it's also in the subscriptions and stuff. It bothers me to the extent of where the personalization of owning a vehicle is going away. It's no longer an extension of you. You know, like you used to always say that the guy driving the Corvette is, you see an image of this guy and this like Paisley shirt with his with a button down and hairy chest and a big gold chain. He can't be just one. You gotta go. Right, right. I mean, you're not gonna have any more of the guys around. Like we've got a guy locally here. He goes by the handle of the Corvette man. It's an extension of who he is and what he does. And he drives Corvettes and he builds them and it's cool. So these are the things that I fear for these types of subscription. System subscriptions. These are the luxuries that you might want. Just buy the damn car. It is kind of a dangerous slippery slope argument. I agree. It's kind of, I don't know that we want to go down that path. I don't want to. I mean, certain things, yeah, I would, you know, like if it's infotainment stuff, but a heated seat.
"manny" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"I love these people. First of all, I would say I wish I had this kind of time, but honestly, if I had this kind of time, I don't know that I would be doing it, but there are people that sit out there and troll once you are granted a patent in the U.S. patent office. It basically becomes public information. Yes. Your patent filing does. Once it's approved or granted. So and there are people out there that all they do is just read through the approved patents. I mean, this is apples had a lot of stuff exposed in recent years over people finding things out this way and so on. So there's one out of four that's really interesting. In a segment I'd like to call, I don't need your stinking clutch. I don't need no stinking clutch. So apparently Ford's working on a manual transmission, if you will, that shifts without the use of a clutch pedal. Right. And I checked out the patent on that. I looked at that thing. It's interesting technology. Now here's the deal though. Here's what's funny. Hyundai back in 2018, they also came out with what they call a no clutch pedal type transmission. And it's senses the change. It's kind of like it's an intelligent shift. They called it intelligent manual transmission as the IMT, there's an IMT sensor on it, it senses when you're going to slam it into gear. It's all electronic censored, so it takes the human element really kind of out of it. That's Hyundai. It's kind of more of a hybrid though. I mean, even this one and I did look at this patent and I've got it I've got it up here. And it's kind of, it just hybrid. This really, to me, is more similar to a paddle shifter style. Exactly. I thought that this was nothing new to me. Yeah, I got the same impression, but I will say that if your goal is to try and introduce people that would otherwise be afraid to learn a manual transmission. And get them exposed this way, I guess I'm okay with it. I mean, you and I and I'm guessing a lot of the rest of our viewers and listeners had similar experiences. If you've ever learned to drive a stick, you know, you almost have to just get thrown into the deep end of the pool. To some extent, right? Like you start usually a parking lot. But at some point, you're gonna have to learn to start on a hill. Right. Right. I mean, you just gonna have to do it, and then we've all had the joke where like I've literally killed it, right?.
"manny" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"And it has to do with Ford. Do we want to just kind of kick into some of this stuff? Let's go into the Ford. Let's get into the Ford stuff a little bit here. So we've got two or three different stories here, but I would like to start with this one probably the most entertaining of the group. Yeah. We found this URI, I get us confused all the time. One of us found this on the Bronco 6 G forum. Yeah. And this guy posted basically Ford is if you have a Bronco on order, but you don't have it yet. Ford, it looks like it's starting to send out consolation prizes of backpack. A Bronco backpack and an off road kit or an off road kit in the backpack. Which isn't a bad idea, right? I mean, no. Well, overland crowd kind of goes hand in hand with some of this gear, right? So yeah, so if you dig into this and just all of you listeners out there, if you're a Bronco reservation holder, this should definitely be pique your pique your interest here because this is pretty important now. Back in the summer, what was referred to as dirt mountain is now referred to as ice mountain. And the reason why that is is because the same Broncos, not all of the same Broncos, but this big huge holding yard up in Michigan is completely snowed over and you've got just thousands of Broncos that are built halfway built. They're built, but they're missing specific components to help them complete the production. Namely, like the tops and the chips and those sorts of things. And they're just sitting out there in the ice and the snow, which has a lot of Bronco owners really worried. Yeah, man. There's footage of them just like, okay, so. Your stuff just sitting there for months, waiting on parts out in the sun and heck no, we talked about that back in the summer for that. They're parking some of the halfway built vehicles in. Rock quarries. At least it's not like GM was doing with the canyon or the correct. There's parking them out there in those environments. And it's just not good. I mean, I personally, if I were a reservation holder, I'll be honest with you. This is just me. I would cancel my reservation. They could have it at this point. I'll come back. As soon as we get beyond all these shortages and I can order it and know it's in production and it's going to be coming in a specified time. Then I'm good with it. I mean, you're not going to send me a backpack and make me happy. Well, it sounds like we're turning a corner with some of the shortages. So you may be, you may be able to get out of line and then get back in line in a year or two and probably get one pretty quickly. So here's the thing too though. What you need to realize here, folks, is that while you reservation holders are getting one of these from Ford as a consolation prize here, a gift for waiting. There is a part number for this thing. And apparently anybody can buy one..
'Tribute to Hip Hop & Tupac' ft. 'Keepin' it 100' Crew & Hip Hop Artist Ron Obasi (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #26)
"His mom was a black panther. they were revolutionaries or named after two polycom aroo one of the last inc and warriors from peru who rebelled against spain so he already had a bad ass name. Mom was already a bad ass. He was already he already had it. Like a revolutionary mind. You know what i'm saying. So i mean huge influence me because what he was talking about is shit. I was seeing on the street. You know and For the people. That never really heard early to joe if you could put just a little bit. Just so they know where he comes from. 'cause i wanna give some props. Oh so to. One of the most underrated fun bands digital underground. But now because i used to hang out a lot in alameda. County bro north californian. Just has it going on. They just have a whole different buck. Imbibe say dope is how dope is hip hop in oakland bay area. Plus let me tell you what was great about it. L. a. was on some thug shit l. a. was all gang shit and mexicans hated blacks and blacks hated mexican and i was not into that northern cali they were together by says and bucking brothers. Were hooking up. They were doing party music. doing fun. shit. You know what i'm saying. That's why. I love the northern california vibe but and asians to men but put this song Gioja so people can see where he came from us a backup dancer for this group. Call digital underground. It's called same old song. Can you put that. Drew digital underground always had bucket. Slap in can you show a joke. I'm not playing video. I'm just playing the music video. Said they've they do fun. Videos arrest piece of shock g who just passed resident piece to that fucking genius shot g humpty hump himself bro. What a great character. The one that okay. We're gonna put two digital underground sunk so people can also know who these cats were two. He produced the first shock jeep. I now some jury the party to get naughty your body to the pops all sing and needs bringing everybody's thinking in place as keep the jay z. Mitch new the hip hop stern b. Champagne my hand and won't be on single so this is the style kansas sweat dripping early before we look at the grease on your pantyhose. I love your funnels. Knees please. Slimming on again. What attorney if it's good and plenty. Don't you know rago rago there. I know but i go away. Go to joe. Tropical learn grow. Maybe we just watch because my name is shot. I liked his. Can't stop this to go ahead. And rockdale around. When i hang around with ground chelsea's to proud when i come around. Pass me herath. Bernardi asked me if they can kiss me change one. Republican chose not same right. So that's that's the first time i've ever seen in my semen. The video on mtv wraps one of those shows. And i was like. Wow just the first time i saw him. I was like well. I like this cat right off the bat his swag and i love digital underground. The fact that he was with them. I liked him even more and yeah videos is always like a party that i can just i want. I want joe to show the people so they can go down the rabbit hole. Put humpty hump look at this party atmosphere. I know we've all heard the song. But and this is what the oakland clubs were back like back then sex packets album. Most beginning to end was funny. Ass lyrics go win. Come about the ruin imaging scholar to used to. I look funny but you'll make money so your world. I hope you're ready for me. I got brown south powered by the underground. I'm paul hennessey. You gotta let me introduce myself now football and all the rabbit. Please step in and just like compact stereos. I like the. I like tacky. Spunky sick with this straight tax. The mac but sometimes i get ridiculous crackers and your licorice fact girl committee that skinny. Stop me from getting freak like the girl. I got busy bathroom on clay. Allow me to amaze date. I'd say don't phase me. I'm getting in the tonight. You've got my dad's tall right so this is a fun. Great video and digital underground always had bucket slapping videos. And if you see there's cameos by easy mc light day biz markie way. So you know that's too. I wanna give
Tatis Hits 39th HR, Padres Beat Giants 7-4 to Gain on Cards
"Fernando tatis said his National League leading thirty ninth home run in the Padres improved their playoff position with the seven four win over the giants Tommy famine Manny Machado each drove in two runs manager Jayce tingler team scored sixteen runs in the last two games of the series anytime you have a big group of guys that are maybe in a in a in a cold spell your you're also with the capability of quite a few guys get hot together and end up you know for two days swung the bat very well the outcome puts the Padres a half game behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card the giants lead in the NL west is down to just one game over the Dodgers Evan Longoria homered for San Francisco I'm the ferry
Prophet Mike Thompson on His Supernatural Experiences With the Spiritual Realm
"Sharing another thing entirely of being quote unquote taken up in the spirit Over the earth Flying over to a being above. I mean a lot of people. Think what the heck is this guy even talking about. But i know you well enough now to know that. You're not making this up and i know other people who've experienced things just like you described so not the only person that from whom i've ever heard this but What do you have things like. You're describing now happen to you somewhat regularly or was this particularly rare. How did it strike you win. It occurred. I have experiences regularly. I would say every day some form but there are various forms. Sometimes it's the voice. Ah god sometimes it's a dream. I dream all that often. My wife is really adept in that. But i see things envision formed and the lord will come to me in various ways number one. There'd be a vision. Manny where it just imprinted into my brain is kind of like on the canvas of my heart inside because you know we have an inner spirit and inner person who has the ability to connect and operate in the spiritual round to see hear feel touch. See things and so. I've learned over the years. How that when. That comes up when i see it in my heart. That is the holy spirit painting that image on the campus of my heart. I see that is very a but it goes from there in various levels up to A full blown vision where. I'm watching the thing just right in front of me. Sometimes i'm taking up. And i'm carried to other places Over the nation or other nations. Even and i see things but very often what happened. You know what the apostle paul said it very well. Second corinthians twelve when he was talking about being caught up to third heaven and he said weather in the body or out of the body. I don't know he said i know it happened man. And so. That's what happens with me sometimes. I'm like one foot in the natural one foot in the spiritual realm and i see both simultaneously
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Cpa manny so again. Be- i t y for class. Cpi manny and Let's see if we can't bust him all the way through that ten k. Number that he was looking for and And and again just so awesome to see so many of you coming out of pocket and And and doing whatever you can do and again we're matching the dollar for dollar with that so in the end of the day you don't even come out of pocket because we're gonna get billed coin in your hand and bulk. Coin has been a nice little run not saying that past. Performance is a predictor of future performance. This is not financial advice. But i can tell you it was about a buck forty coin two weeks ago and it's four twenty five. I think right now and it's Let me just say we got a lot of fun. Things planned for to support the podcast or community. Really help elevate everyone as much as we can in that community by using the coin and and again compensating those who dare to create. So we're doing a two for one here again. Every dollar that comes and we will send too many in bold coined the equivalent of a and. We will do the same for you. So just hit me up with your username again. On the back channel here on clubhouse or oculus to the podcast edition stephen podcast. Magazine dot com. All right my friends. We did really really good here. I think we raised over a thousand dollars in this brief brief. Reprieve time here on clubhouse which is amazing. And let's see if we can't raise another two or three or five thousand dollars through the podcast edition here and feel free like this is not the end. Few free to share the link. The it l. y. Forced last sleepy. Manny offer stands for anybody who donates through that link. Just let me know and we'll send it right back in bitcoin and that will match it and send it over to to manny as well so again. Steve has magazine. Dot com is my email. Thank you rob. Thank you john. Thank you mary. Thank you latisha. Thank you to everyone who has been here hanging out and of course thank you to those who have donated to our friend. Many callow who all right. We will talk to you guys next time here on reengineer radio you just got dismantle. Thanks for listening to reinvention radio for more information about the show and your host. Steve olson visit reinvention. Radio dot com..
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
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"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Able to to help our friend manny today and yeah just super excited to see so many donations coming in. I am sending bold coin left right and center. I just got your message. I should so we're going to send that to you and again any dollar that you donate at bentley so b. l. y. force last. Cpa manny any dollar that you donate every dollar that you donate. We'll be matched Actually two for one. Matter of fact you don't come out of pocket at all from the standpoint of i will send you one dollar and bold coin and actual tradeable crypto currency trading over four dollars coins. I mean it is a real thing trading on the rally platform and of course feel free to you know. Just share this with your friends as well and i will match that as well. So they meaning. You will get one dollar in bold coin for every dollar you donate to manny here and i'm gonna send manny dollar as well so in other words for every dollar you donate you come out of pocket absolutely zero and we're going to go ahead and get one hundred percent of that over to manny plus one hundred percent in bulk coins. So it's a real win-win wind For everybody here okay. What's going on. Sorry what's gonna want to hear from you. Share your thoughts. Please go all right. So i just wanted to save for people who are listening that you may not be somebody who didn't give a lot like i can't give a lot. I haven't even raise my rent for this month. But i gave freely what i could give because i want you to know something. The the energy of giving opens you up to receive. And when i you know. I don't know manny. I saw this. I got pinged into the room. And i was immediately moved so i gave and pained everybody that i have on. My list shared it on my facebook. I shared it on twitter and my instagram. And i want you to know that if you're sitting there listening now thinking i don't have hundreds of dollars and i can't possibly give give a dollar if you can give equipment if you can't let this energy of sharing and giving and supporting and taking care of each other be the prevalent energy versus the chaos out in the world today. Let this be the thing that moves you to take action. Whatever you can. You don't need to be acknowledged by anybody. You just need to get that energy flowing. I want to share that. Because i'm really present now to how grateful i am to life in the fact that i'm not impacted by these storms and there's people that are so i give freely i give freely and i just wanted to share that in case people are listening going but what can i do. What can i give give dollar. Give there you go. Thank you for that and And when you do give hit me up on the back channel with your rally username again you just gotta go to rally dot. Io you set up a new account there and it doesn't cost you anything. It's one hundred percents safe secure. I mean it. All you're doing is going to send me your username. And then i'm going to match dollar for dollar win bowl coin so mariam you just donated seventy bucks That is amazing. Thank you for that. We really do appreciate it. Anything that. You want to say marijuana make sure you have an opportunity. To let folks know while you donate it and then just give me your rally username. And we'll make sure that we match that.
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"For free lifetime subscription podcast magazine. We did a profile on manny. It was god. I want to say was like april or may i don't i don't remember when you did it. But it feels like it's been a few launched april or may. Yeah yeah and And he's just an amazing person. I don't know if he's gonna be back here next week or his room. Now that all this is going on. I must've spoke to him. Maybe before the storm got as bad as it did but i don't know because he doesn't hold you know he doesn't just Let a lot of negative come out. And that's what i want to say about a man. He's one of the most positive people that i know. And every time he he was show up on club. Pod this was before he became a leader he always had something positive to say he always came with so much debt. You know not just to be on stage. And say hey. I'm manny and this is what i've done but he really brought something to the table but i'm and you know i feel kind honored right now even though this is a bad situation that we those of us that have had him support us all these months when we first started khloponin. 'cause you know steve. He was one of the first people to come into club. Pod really on. I remember yeah And he would be on everybody's youtube john. You're really good at that too and I don't know if their intentions was there. Ever be club hot. I don't even think it was just think they just love what we were doing and wanted to show up. And that's how he is so you guys just give me your heart and like Dragging brought up if he can't give money give equipment because he is a musician. He has a singer he this is his life. What was it twenty years or so or more and his family you know They need us. And so i'm just again so happy that We are here and we can do this. I actually have to run down the important phone. Call let steve. If i can jump back my will. Okay i appreciate you. Thank you guys. all right. bye-bye already ready let's let's hear from pamela who stepped up and and then from from john so yeah pamela. how you doing. i'm good. thanks how are you doing. I am mama's ing happy to be here..
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"All i'm going to do is send you dollar for dollar whatever you send in so in other words you don't come out of pocket at all so if you donate one hundred dollars i'm gonna send you a one hundred dollars in in bulk coin and i'm gonna send manny one hundred dollars in bold coin you send a dollar. I don't care whatever you can do whatever you can do. Please just donate help. Manny again whatever we can do to help him. I know he will sincerely appreciate And it's just it's just our pleasure and honor to be able to help a man who's helped so many so i know i You donated Again rallied i o set that up and then just Backchannel me or email me The rally i o username and then we'll match that dollar for dollar And i wanna make sure also acknowledged the fact that libya olivia. Who is here. I want you to be able to have an opportunity to say hello. I know you donated. Which is awesome. Doc zhong Himselves dock and a. You did so send me your username. who else. Who else who else. Who else. I know that there was at least one other person that was up here. I know rob did but there was one other person. That's okay l. Figured oh john wiley. John john john john wiley so john hit me up as well and again. I don't want you to have to come out of pocket at all on this. This is all about manny and we want to do whatever we can do here to support raven look at you go damn thank you raven raven just coming out of pocket if you wanna share. How much donated great raven. Get me please please. Here's the thing is you know we're going through a family crisis over here ourselves there you are. I didn't donate as much as i wanted to. Donate but idea. Go and Y you were speaking. I went in and talked to my husband..
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"An artist I mean just literally all of his equipment and everything else was taken by that storm unfortunately Everybody is okay in his immediate world although he ended up losing seven of his neighbors which is just so devastating. I can't even imagine just losing seven of your neighbors like that. But he can rebuild. And we're going to. We're going to help them rebuild. We're gonna help him get his voice out and And so it's really awesome having you here please feel free to ping people end and And let's get other folks here Sharing in in their stories of manny and of course supporting our goal of helping to get manny past Well he wanted to raise ten thousand dollars to rebuild. Let's see if we can get him past that and and just so that we are super clear. We're gonna make it so that you don't even have to come out of pocket at all from the standpoint of if you donate a dollar not only. Are we going to match that by sending a dollar in bold coin which is an actual tradeable currency. A crypto currency on the rallied auto platform. So we'll match that dollar for dollar and send that to manny for him to be able to do with which however chooses cash out and use it or whatever he wants to do more. We're also going to send it to you as well in other words. So rob rob act is here. Mr action himself just donated two hundred and fifty dollars to manny's cause and so what we will do. Is we will send two hundred and fifty dollars in bitcoin directly to manny. And we're going to send two hundred and fifty dollars to you rob in bold coin as well so your out of pocket on this is zero literally zero and And bulk coins. Been on a nice run again. Trying to make this commercial for that but You know it's it's israel. So rob what what is your. What is your rally username. Name analyst might as well make it public and and There's no. I want to send it to you right now. So what. what's your user name. End right hang on. I gotta you gotta get it real quick. You're looking you're looking for that. you got it. It's it's real robert. vito. Rub vio rob there. You go voice over rob. All right man we will. We will get that over to you again as our way of saying. Thank you for helping our buddy manny here and we're sharing stories as well and Olivia no you donate and latisha if you wanted to come on just change over the club. Pod image there because any pod leader..
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"So he can make a difference in the world with his music and his voice and and message. Yeah you know what man it's And talk about putting your money where your mouth is. I just saw rob. You donated two hundred and fifty bucks to the. 'cause i'm on who actually i'm going to thank you for that. I'm going to double down on this. Even even further which is for anyone who makes a donation and again if you donate it yesterday or the day before. I'm gonna couple of messages. Hey i donated yesterday etc that okay. Great if you've donated at all to manny's 'cause here again bitterly so be it bt l. y. For lasts cpa manny if even if you donate a dollar whatever it is do whatever you can do. And i'm gonna. I'm gonna actually double down on this from the standpoint of you're not gonna come out of pocket at all on any donation that you make. Here's how so for every dollar that you donate what i'm going to do is i'm not only going to send manny whatever that is in its equivalent of boll coins so if you send like robbed a two hundred and fifty dollars just now as donation to manny. So we're gonna send manny two hundred fifty dollars and bold coyne. I'm also going to send you dollar for dollar the equivalent of what you pay in bold coin so you can actually speak to this. And i'm not trying to make this commercial for coin but you been an investor in bulk coin since we first launched right. So how long ago did you did. You end up coming into the bulk. Coin world. Well how many of times. The way that. I i i don't i well. I really don't. I could ask you. When did you learn sparkling. Yeah it's been a. I think he i want to say we launched it about two months ago and just kind of kept things can quiet in amongst ourselves really and then more recently. We've been more public about it so i want to say maybe two months. That's when i did it a yes. So yes i agree people. Yeah yeah and look. This is not financial advice. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. But you've done pretty good. I mean we're trained by four and a quarter right now man..
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Just see. Many being a full-blown ten on on that selfish selfless scale. So rob or dragon raven. John mariam let me let me ask you guys a question how. How has many impacted you in any sort of direct way here that you can that you can point to well go ahead it to call yesterday and talk to him and you don't. He's really devastated. And i was having a conversation with them and what really shows a lot about manny is that he did lose. Everything gave me some pretty amazing details of actually what was impacted and then he kept going back. He said you know what it's just stuff however we lost seven neighbors. That's manny like. He's like we'll it stuff and we'll get through this but severs lost their lives and that really just is the epitome of manny is He's very humble guy. He's very bold guy. He's extremely talented. And he is just a force to be reckon with. And what's really amazing. Is that you know out of who he is. This was created. People are digging deep. They're contributing and they're also realizing what's important and what's important is community and family in so he's been a catalyst you know with the help of john and you stephen clip pod and the fact that clubhouses. They're disabled it happen. And he's just been amazing guy. I met him Here on clubhouse He was in I believe my room. You know breakthrough fear motivational podcast mindset. I'm like dude. I love you. You gotta be. I mean it was a matter of minutes if that were i said you gotta be on my show. You've you've got to be on my show. You were just amazing. And then we you know be developed a friendship and he's always on clubhouse and always giving an always giving and it just.
"manny" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"And and get him getting much much more here and so what we're gonna do in mary an opportunity here to introduce yourself for sure in a second. But what we're gonna do here some of you familiar with the fact that we have our own crypto currency our own crypto currency is called bold coin and bold trades on the rally dot io platform and it is an actual tradeable cryptocurrency and so it is just like bitcoin just like area just like anything else. That is an actual tradeable cryptocurrency. And so what we're gonna do is for every dollar that is raised today and as a result of of this room and as a result of the you guys participating as far as we mentioned radio is concerned just reach out and let me know or just watch kind of what goes on here and the the page. Obviously anything that happens here while we're live. I'll know that this is due to to what's going on here right now in this room. So we're going to do. We're going to match dollar for dollar in other words. If one hundred dollars you make one hundred dollars donation to manny's 'cause we're going to give many a hundred dollars in in bulk coin if it's a thousand dollars or ten thousand dollars ten thousand dollars in bulk whatever it is. We're going to match it absolutely dollar for dollar. And that is one hundred percent tradeable actual cryptocurrency that he can then cash in and and us however he would like here to rebuild. So that's our goal. That's our plan. That's our our way of saying. Thank you to many for just being who you are and so again. Let's let's get started here. I'm going to keep an eye on this gofundme page. You can find more information. It's get some photos there And you'll see exactly what's going on. But yeah i mean just absolutely got devastated there in the storm and we're going to do everything we can do here to to help him and raise some money mariam. How about a quick introduction and then If you've if you've ever worked with manny or you want to share a story about manny or manny has somehow touched your life Inspired you in some sort of way. We'd love to hear those stories too right so feel free to raise your hand. Come on up of course if you have any questions at all as it relates to just this whole world of clubhouse in the community that we created climbing wherever you want to take this discussion. We're we're open to having those conversations but at the end of the day here we just wanna make sure that we serve our friend. Manny hover. We can And as a matter of fact what. I will do just to kind of get that ball. Rolling here is for anyone who comes up. Ask questions participates. In this conversation. I will go ahead and give both you and manny one hundred dollars in bowl coin. Okay so i just wanna make sure we get a lot of folks here. Feel free to ping folks. Inlets get the conversation going And let's do whatever we can do to really help manny merriam. Let's let's have an intro from you..
Machado, Myers, Tatis homer in Padres' 10-2 win vs. Astros
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Pollock, Urías Lead Dodgers Past Slumping Padres 5-2
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"manny" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"With my card but there are times where you can look back. Oh well i didn't know if i'd seen it that way. Now i'm gonna go back and watch cannella caliber smith outside sage background. Or maybe you're right. Maybe we have an expectation and when actually all comes down to is not. Who is the. Who's a showing ring generalship and owning the geography. How many scoring blows your landing. And how much damage are you doing. That's actually what the sport is supposed to be about what the judging comes down to completely. I brian kenny. Is fox sports fox. Sports pay per view on saturday. Manny pacquiao against your dana yougov. The welterweight title. We're all cut up excited about pam spence. That was a big deal. Kind of king-making mome for spence. Last stand for packing. But this is a real fight credits. Bbc for having hugo's as the co main event ready to step up who is a legitimate world champion. He is legitimate top fighter as you look at this main event. What's the biggest wildcard for you. What's the question that you have the unknown that you're waiting to see play out in the ring. Well there's a number of things one is packing house age. Obviously which we look like a complete two years ago when he fought thurman but it was not right so now we're expecting okay so we'll see that version patio. Whoa it's two years later. Maybe we won't then again. Maybe we will. Maybe he is more of an ageless guy. And he's defied everything that binds human beings to the earth to this point anyway so maybe he is kind of that. Same springy out. Freddie roach seems extremely confident backyard. Talk to him. This week seems extremely confident. Maybe they're fooling themselves. Maybe they're not so that's the first thing the age the other part is right. Who is world class man and the last three fights he's had he's fought guys. Mike dallas was one right. He's fourt- guys that i liked right abel ramos and he's beaten these guys easy easy. He is smooth with a double jab. He has real pop so he's kind of like an laura right handed version with power which is a great great fighter so the question is is he just going to like just really a younger guys. Not that young but he's much younger than patio is his ability to box. We'll we'll that. Just carry the day and we'll paki out actually not be able to solve that puzzle even regardless of being forty two very possible and i think you know you're you're dead on with your sensibility. Once you get past the disappointment of spence pack. Yeah that was so great. It's okay fighting yoga's oh that's a great fight and yougov could win that fight no question no question about it and i believe the age thing is the biggest variable all this two years removed from his last five forty two years old at some point. Father time comes a calling for you. I'm less concerned. About the idea. Of switching from south padre orthodox that thing it's like when people ask lebron james but how defense defenses a throwing at you. You've seen everything so it's not like something's going to confuse you. He's truly truly not concerned about that. In fact is just more of kind of a stable conventional boxer of again. I thought manny and freddie roach. Were oddly confident this week. Now it's their job to feel confident of what they were. They were portraying it. In freddie saying i think he stops this guy mike really okay. You know. many usually doesn't hasn't stopped guys like this for a while. Not at one forty seven given that he probably should be fighting at one thirty. You know so. He usually doesn't do that but they're very confident. But the yugoslav. I've seen again. He's won eleven of twelve and one he lost. He probably didn't lose to sean porter. And that's sean porter who lost razor close to aerospace. And i mean some people thought he won that fight right. So thurman porter hugo's are basically at the same level. And maybe that's a hair below spence and crawford. Maybe maybe not. We won't know until we see everybody with a steady diet of each other and we've only started to see that the with spence fighting porter which was a barn burner of a fight. Does this and it's a better conversation if it was packed over suspense. But paco beat us at forty two as you start to create your mythical pound for pound list of all time like does that. Elevate him even more in your mind. Beating a guy like your davis gas or do you have to spend to kind of take a big leap to the next level. No he he. If patio was an all time great. And i don't know where exactly if he doesn't move up to fight oscar de la hoya like he's he's there with erik morales and marco antonio barrera vika that. It's unbelievable he's he's like one of the great featherweights in junior lightweights of all time freddy had a good line too early to fridays. Like people come up with me and say i've got the next many pack out. There will be no other many patio. The eight weight division world champion will not be another fire that does are you buying the eight like it could be coming out not do that weight classes up. Yeah like they're awake. Lessees has never been the real champion but all right so what. I'm not going down this rabbit always with like know but it's but you know we did this with this again. Let me give you an example. All right here's where where you're wrong and as a sooner or later you're gonna have to assume the responsibility of keeping things. He told me i'm wrong. This feels like like victor ortiz. Now is is in their vitor former welterweight. Champion was victorious. Ever the welterweight. Champion wasn't amman. He was the champion. He's he's he. Think what you just said. While many patio and floyd mayweather in our in the division. No like that you can. But it's hard to kind of say or during the time patio inmate within the division not fighting each other. Who was the welterweight you had right. Because also mayweather had mayweather had never retired. And that sorta thing. it's like no no no. He's the champ. I really try to observe the obvious champ because there are so many things look i can go back to you know. Livingstone bramble raymond. Seaney when elliot. Livingstone bramble rebel but back in the seventies and eighties. There were two champs. Like googling seemed confused. You don't remember living grandpa. That sounds like a dickens character. Livingstone bramble beat mancini. From the lightweight. Title i was in the gym and catskills. Livingstone bramble years later. In spar with bramble. He's in pretty good shape remember. Livingstone bramble they'll look by the way world champion but back in the old days chris. There were two champions and it was hard enough to try to figure out but at least you could say hey while these guys were because remember there was a time where in the welterweight division delahoya whitaker. I corps tapei. Who am i missing. All these guys were roaming the same division at the same time. And you're like okay. Can we start fighting each other. And then they did. An oscar actually started that with fighting korte and then all star and felix trinidad. I'm sorry so the all started fighting each other. But you could say all right. These guys are legit champs but now we all forget. I can't remember exactly all right. Who did ortiz beat hooted. Oh beat but no is like no. You weren't the champ at the time. So that's why i really try to be judicious and spell it out just like saying. Hey callum. Smith was the ring magazine. Super middleweight champion of the world. He had earned that tough fights real fights so he's the real champ. Here's canal he wins. He's champ kayla. Plant definitely should have a say in it because he's got a bell just like anthony joshua should have a say in it. Hey i've got these belts. I won them in the ring. My resumes actually better than tyson fury. So you can say hey. Tyson fury the heavyweight champion of the world but anthony joshua has a say. But i'm telling you eight years from now or we're gonna remember all this no we will band certainly won't so i just try to keep it real and you as some sort of conscious of the sport should be better. I tried to be conscious sport. Just this past week tried to napalm. Wba for what they heard. I heard that on teddy atlas podcast so with teddy respect you're gangster. That's pretty good blue. You blew up the wpa. I got up on both barrels on that one. I was prepared. That fight fight the stray. I went back and restore it like nine three for fox. Yeah ridiculous like that's like you sitting there. You call that fight like.
Piña Hits 2 HRs, Drives in 5 Runs as Brewers Sweep Pirates
"Manny Pina homered twice and drove in a career high five runs the brewers crush the pirates twelve nothing in his first home run capped a five run sixth inning before he added a two run blast in the eighth very good day soul hopping for me for the team to win and nothing more important games so keep winning keep getting calls to to make the playoffs that's our goal the lucky was clinging to a one nothing lead heading into the sixth Freddy Peralta combined with three relievers on a three hitter with Peralta allowing two over six innings loser Chad Kuhl was reached for three runs over five in the third the NL central leaders outscored Pittsburgh twenty eight to three while sweeping the series and keeping a seven game lead over Cincinnati I'm Dave Ferrie
Masks or No Masks? Many Businesses Err on the Side of Caution
"But it's co most Brian Calvert found out There's at least one industry still requiring face coverings, no matter what. It seems like a no brainer to this woman. Our industry. It's still Highly recommended. She owns a salon hair, Manny's and Pettis. It's a very intimate close contact service, right? We have no way of social distancing and some appointments run longer than three hours. She's requiring masks for everyone. Other businesses are choosing to do the same and customers. If you go inside any large store around here, the majority of customers are still wearing masks. Even though we know many of them are vaccinated. Every single life is somebody somebody right and I include myself in there that my grandmother died of Covid meet Crystal Monday. She's still big on wearing a mask. Even though she's vaccinated. She knows others feel the same way for several reasons. They don't really know. Which places they can go to safely. They don't know the vaccination status of people. He's even created a website revealing what businesses in her Vancouver BC neighborhood still require masks, she tells CTV. The website went up this past weekend. By Wednesday, she had to pull the sites comment section because just as there is a vocal group still supportive of wearing a mask. There's a very vocal group that feels otherwise. And I had to pull that because people were going in and making false entries. And then, of course, putting harmful content or, you know, calling people sheep, telling them not to wear a mask. Our salon owner realizes some people are ready to ditch the face covering. She's just not comfortable taking any chances yet. I know that there will be a few people that are quite upset about it. It won't be forever. If you still feel strongly either pro or anti mask an important consideration. Perhaps everyone can agree on right now, as we make a transition is good, old fashioned capitalism. Customers can choose where they feel the most comfortable shopping and at this point there appears to be stores that cater to both sides of this ongoing conversation. Brian Calvert. Common use Comeau
DeGrom's ERA Rises Above 1.00 as Mets Split With Brewers
"The Milwaukee Brewers salvaged a split of their day night doubleheader by beating the Mets five nothing in game two home runs by Manny Pina William Thomas Lewis who really escape Brett Anderson and three relievers all the support they needed as New York was held to just three hits in the nightcap Indian summer in the second game of Robert stock and put the walking up to nothing after a tough loss in game one the first game store windows basic bare the second game today that's why we are playing very good ten our focus we know what we can do I don this is alma mater three nothing the six arenas capped it with a two run shot in the seventh the Mets won the first game forty three inch of big deals walk off two run single time Merriam New York
Ceremony Held in Support of Remove the Stain Act
"Descendants of the wounded knee massacre tribal leaders members of the national buffalo soldiers association and some members of congress took part in a recent ceremony in washington. Dc descendants of buffalo soldiers. African american cavalry presented a proclamation showing their support for the remove the stain act legislation to revoke medals of honor awarded to soldiers for their participation in the eighteen. Ninety massacre of lakota people on the pine ridge reservation in south dakota buffalo soldiers association members touched on reconciliation and acknowledging past wrongs. Tara cooks let this be the first step in honoring the commonality that unites us rather than the fear which divides us we march together not to force a perfect helium but to achieve the promise of a less imperfect one manny iron. Hawk is a descendant of the wounded knee massacre. We have to have healing. We need fuelling one hundred thirty years. We carried it from generation to generation. My mother read. The store tells the story if she cries. And so i said some day it needs to stop and with the help of our all of our allies than our brothers here. We have hope hope for children and grand jury to continue and you remember what happened in wounded knee
"manny" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"The mix but now that he's removed from the mixed temporarily if the haney lopez fight happens next. You know we always talk about these. Young lightweights that our contemporaries. They should all fight each other. Well if garcia's not fighting for the moment and haney and lopez fight each other well then. All three of those guys are out of the mix for for davis at that point anyway another year goes by and right just kind of and he's twenty. I think he's twenty six now. He's got time but these wasted years just least by one top opponent once a year that too much to ask at this point. I think we'll learn a lot on june twenty-sixth when we see how he handles one hundred and forty pounds. If just blows through. Mario barrio some somehow and and isn't fazed by fighting a much bigger opponent. Maybe that gives them more confidence to do the type of fights that they have not yet done at lower weight classes. I'm not optimistic at this point. I don't know who was in the bbc. Universal one thirty five. But it'll probably be one of those fights at some point About ransoms barthelemy. Get him in there. They'll they'll put that at the universe people. Listen to this podcast keith. Keith good documental. See at the pool later all yes. I'm gonna go put on the about fourteen pounds of sunblock and i'll be out there. The wave pool. We could action. They're hop hopping there. -solutely y'all when the whip comes up now all right. That's it for this week's episode. My thanks to my guests as always subscribe to the podcast over at apple podcasts rate review. You know i appreciate it. And i'll see you next week..
A highlight from Episode 111: $50M Is Just the Beginning for AnD Ventures
"You're managing partner of again. I hope i'm pronouncing it right. A and d ventures which is as i from your website is quote unquote redefining value investing. Can you tell my listeners. How your mission distinguishes you from other venture capital funds either a n. d. r. n. ventures. We define ourselves as a company. Builder based fund my partner. And i were in the industry for many years before establishing in and we saw These gaps for let's say early stage founders When they founding their company and a lot of help in really building the company for the first year year s and if you really look at fifty percent of the startup of the israeli start ups are failing for execution. And we wanna be there when they starting to build our company until they kind of heating gross and help them build it. We really aim to come as a partner for the company so we're not just investing or not just taking a board seat were actively helping to founders establishing companies And when we investing we architect the needs With enterpreneurs of the company manny focusing on detect that the base will be strong The products dacian which means okay have a great product to have customers for it And who are my customers so right from the beginning and then i think what's really really important Not just freeze rallies. But in general to grow is the execution of cells so detraction itself We work very hard with venture. Poor helping them bring customers for like the first year or two. That's where we think this is kind of the secret sauce helping from within it's It sounds like a a winning
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
"manny" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"I'm so glad that you're here. We just yesterday past two million podcasts published. You probably didn't know that. But i keep track of those things and that means that If you found this one you found one of two million. I'm glad you're here. you're listening. Hope is that is going to be an encouraging conversation for you. I i know that it will be so if you go to Halfway there podcast dot com. You can do a couple of things on a for mailing lists. You never miss an episode. You can also hit that patriot button if you want to support us and as always if you just tell a friend We'd appreciate it if you are a baseball person. You're gonna love this one. I know you're gonna be encouraged today. Our guest is Mlb dot com reporter statcast researcher and author of the blake street bombers many run. dowa manny. Welcome to halfway there exotic. I'm pleased to be here Have i'm super excited to have you. Here we connected. We were talking just a minute ago when we had jerry shimon the show a couple of years ago and i love. That haven't had it had a chance to have Some baseball wise on the show recently in the last year so as i. I love baseball's one of my things. I know you're you're iraqis guy right you're rockies reporter fan you're not able california and moved here in two thousand sixteen gotcha. So that's a good thing. I think being not being a fan of a team that you cover To me as an advantage. So it's all covered the rockies. But i also cover a lot of times. The road teams come through here So a lot of times we don't want to send the be reporter to the lost time zone here in colorado and then They're like well he's there you know he can cover them for this this weekend or whatever so that's kind of what i do. I also do stack statcast off and Just a you know it's it's i. We were talking about before we started this. He said i have a dream. Job i do. And i'm really thankful for.
Florida works to avoid ‘catastrophic’ pond collapse
"Said Sunday that crews are working to prevent the collapse of a large waste water pond in the Tampa Bay area while evacuating the area to avoid a catastrophic flood. Reporter Olivia Steam has the latest Manny See, County leaders say the controlled leak and the pumping efforts are working by now. They should be below 300 million gallons of water in the reservoir. So with things working towards the right direction, they believe the risk level could greatly decrease by Tuesday and history is being
Chicago deli giving away 1,000 sandwiches if customers come in wearing mask properly
"Shut automatically stellar. We all have maddie's deli very famous place giving out a thousand free sandwiches today to customers wearing a mask. Manny's initially started to give away as a challenge. Challenging at the south delhi would give out sandwiches if we go thirty days having ask anyone to put a mask on properly. Wear your masks prior to the challenge. They said it hadn't made it longer than a few hours with that. Have to ask people to adjust their masks. Within a day the restaurants have the challenge had already failed and at least seven. People had to be corrected Later that same day they revealed that an anonymous donor would sponsor free sandwich. Day for the first thousand customers wearing a mask And they announced that it would be today. Unlimited thousand sandwiches given out first come first serve basis to customers wearing a mask. The doors opened at nine thirty. The daily also noted that on top of the promotion it would be giving out sandwiches to all four hundred and fifty staff members at uc mass vaccination site today as well so Go support manny's always. But i guess today you can get in there and i think they'll be all along that so good but starting at nine thirty thousand free sandwiches. Manny