17 Burst results for "Marc Goodman"

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:53 min | Last month

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"My name is matt pollard. And it is monday october. Twenty fifth twenty twenty. One revolution have won the supporter. Shield for the first time in their history. Manchester twitter wants ole out as they're struggling with his star striker who has great hair but doesn't play well with others defender. Who's trying too hard and a collection of players who aren't really a family or a team yet. Sounds like a job for ted last. So if you ask me and the colorado rapids are heading back to the cup playoffs as they took four points from their cascadia double game week. I'm joined now by a man who knows what houses in the south broadway neighborhood are handing out edibles on sunday evening. But he hasn't given me any addresses yet. Rabbi marc goodman At my favorite. I used to live in that neighborhood for those of you who are newer viewers viewers listeners. To our our program and I used to love the fact. That that stretches south broadway that i used to live in You know it had a lot of antique stores and then during the marijuana rush of the kind of like early teens. I guess That's where all the marijuana shops moved..

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"We almost did now. And i'm i'm spilling a little bit of behind the scene stuff. But i i figure it's okay Mark we almost didn't get marc goodman because he was very paranoid about cova. Did and was worried about safety protocols and stuff like that and a few of the guests were We try to and we went. You know extra links with him to you. Know to make sure he was safe. And everything. And there was distancing and all that And but he did show up. And i i believe he had a good time. It seemed like he was having. He was great on all the interviews he did. He was great on the mtv panel But yeah. I saw him right as he was getting escorted into the ballroom to do the panel. And i was like. Hey i'm chris. I'm the guy and he's oh you're the chris he's like oh good to meet you and thanks for having me in. But that's all that's the limit of my Interaction with mark which Which was a little bummed over but it's okay To me it's not about me getting my rocks off meeting the guests at it's about bringing guests in to give everyone else a good time. You know it's not about meek adding to my autograph collection or any of that. Because i mean. I just like seeing everyone have fun. And i like seeing the podcasters get good interviews and that means more to me than anything. I just wanted to meet chuck shoot and i got say hi to him for like two seconds. 'cause i was on my way to go do something else and then never got be back back. I wanna talk to you and then never get to come back but to go back to the podcast or Ballroom thing you know it's We definitely will learn from it. Those of you that are podcasters that are listening and you know we did the best we could with the space we had. I don't know that we'll go back the hilton next year i I think we might find something. That's a little better. Because i i mean i hate to say it but i think we almost kind of outgrew it in the first year we use them Because it was it was packed. You know every ruin. I say this. This is something that i noticed that i really really liked about the last time. And i don't know how much of a hassle it is to do it. But my favorite still as much as i love this rock and pied and his greatest was guests. Were great in the pie. Casters are great and we had more people show up than ever before which is amazing..

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"marc goodman" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

"The marketing podcast for experts. I'm david hooper this podcast. It's about how to market yourself as an expert. That could be via podcasting. What i'm doing right now to be the books live events however you do it. I'm not going to judge you. What i will do is give you some strategies that will work with whatever. Method that you use on this episode. I'm talking about exclusively. This is something. I've been thinking a lot about because i did a panel at an event called rock and todd about three weeks ago. It was an event in nashville on that panel. I was interviewing three mtv. Vj's marc goodman one of the original. Five vj's ricky rachman from head bangers ball and also matt penfield one hundred twenty minutes with what. He was best known for on mtv. One of the things that came up was back in the day when mtv played music when they were first starting they would often have exclusive videos. Meaning that a new album will come out new song new artist it would sign an exclusive deal with mtv for this content only. Mtv can play it and the reason that they did that was because there were other music video shows not networks but shows that had a bigger reach mtv was cable. Only you had to subscribe to one of the big competitors. Friday night videos. It was a two hour show on. Nbc it will come on. Maybe i don't know eleven maybe midnight on a friday and they would play two hours of videos. It had a much bigger reach than mtv and much more focused reach because everybody was watching it for two hours it was broadcast. We all had access to it. Mtv like i said you had to pay for it. An mtv twenty four hours a day people might see your stuff or they might not to compete with friday night videos. One of the things that mtv started doing was having exclusive videos videos that only they could play they would that deal with the record company and it seemed like a cool deal. One is mtv a lot of people did have it. They could make an event. Hey we've got exclusive content. You're gonna wanna see this and you're going to have to see it here because that's the only place you can see it it made. Mtv seem bigger it made artists seem pretty cool because they were able to do exclusive videos but the thing that it did was it limited the audience. You lost a lot of people that didn't have cable and it's hard to believe but a lot of people did not cable came along the late seventies had a wire ball houses millions of houses. It took a few.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

"Listen to today than i found on the head bangers ball and so yeah it was definitely really cool to see those guys and also i missed the and they talked about this. Some of the audience members how what a discovery tool that was. I was much more up on pop culture. Because i wouldn't have normally been listening to whitney houston and backstreet boys and all the other guys that were on there but i would sit through that because to see what the next video was coming on. Where now a. I don't go to youtube and type in like hard rock or heavy metal. I was waiting for somebody else do that. And that's where things like pandora on spotify have kind of picked up where i think we're. Mtv left off yeah. it is interesting though. I think that when you look at mtv compared to something like podcasting though and this is really for any broadcast network is that you're in ohio. I'm in tennessee. And you and are having that same experience so we got together by some twist of fate when we were teenagers. Early twenty s. We could talk about something that we hit experienced together with local radio. We talked a little about this. On the panel with marc goodman but local radio being a curated playlist for spotify or pandora. It's like you're experiencing something totally different than i am. Dave and i think that's good. That's that niche. Podcasting thing that we're talking about but it also showed. I think the power of broadcast media as well so i think overall i think rock and pod was a super cool event. Everybody really accessible. We gotta get this story with ricky. You came back and You head bangers ball shirt. we're hanging out in the i. Guess the foyer area afterwards. In dude this is one of the coolest because my podcast ever heard so. Let's talk about. Tell me the story well. It was funny. Because i was debating whether or not to. I had a t shirt that said the school of podcasting but it was like powder blue and everybody else is like wearing black. And i'm mike surely have to have a black one. And i couldn't find my shirt somewhere in my own shirt and i'm like i don't know if that's a a douchebag move or not but i'm gonna wear my shirt and i tried to get to ricky earlier because he has to podcasts on lipson worked for lipson. I just wanted to go back and say hey. Thanks for being a customer. I couldn't get to them is booth was just getting swamp so i said hey. I'm going to try again. And i run back because i didn't want to wait till the end because then he's going to be a hurry trying to get out and i just watch up to him and So i i said hey you can get ahead bangers ball t shirt and he said sure fine great and i said well why you're getting the from lipson. I just want to say thanks for for being a customer said i noticed. You haven't put out an episode lately. Do you need any help. And he goes actually. Yeah my podcast is a bit of a mass any said. I'm even.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

"On the panel with marc goodman but local radio being a curated playlist for spotify or pandora. It's like you're experiencing something totally different than i am. Dave and i think that's good. That's that niche. Podcasting thing that we're talking about but it also showed. I think the power of broadcast media as well so i think overall i think rock and pod was a super cool event. Everybody really accessible. We gotta get this story with ricky. You came back and You head bangers ball shirt. we're hanging out in the i. Guess the foyer area afterwards. In dude this is one of the coolest because my podcast ever heard so. Let's talk about. Tell me the story well. It was funny. Because i was debating whether or not to. I had a t shirt that said the school of podcasting but it was like powder blue and everybody else is like wearing black. And i'm mike surely have to have a black one. And i couldn't find my shirt somewhere in my own shirt and i'm like i don't know if that's a a douchebag move or not but i'm gonna wear my shirt and i tried to get to ricky earlier because he has to podcasts on lipson worked for lipson. I just wanted to go back and say hey. Thanks for being a customer. I couldn't get to them is booth was just getting swamp so i said hey. I'm going to try again. And i run back because i didn't want to wait till the end because then he's going to be a hurry trying to get out and i just watch up to him and So i i said hey you can get ahead bangers ball t shirt and he said sure fine great and i said well why you're getting the from lipson. I just wanted to say thanks for for being a customer said i noticed. You haven't put out an episode lately. Do you need any help. And he goes actually. Yeah my podcast is a bit of a mass any said. I'm even.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"To you by. Fc and roughnecks scarves my name is matt pollard and it is august. Four th twenty twenty one calendar kosta has now beaten mexico twice in finals. This summer the. Us women's national team will unfortunately not be bringing home the gold from tokyo and the greatest fourth-round super draft pick in rapid's history is back in burgundy. I'm joined now by a man. Who's last saturday and sunday nights. Were all right all right all right. Rabbi marc goodman. Hey guys was good. It's good to hear y'all on the podcast. i guess. Talk to you on the podcast. I don't really hear anybody matt. It feels like there's people out there. But i can't entire charlie confirm or deny that so How you doing tonight. i'm i'm joining. Everybody live from once again in my car because we're on vacation in Beautiful asbury park new jersey home of best fictional soccer club..

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"marc goodman" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Commercial i mean comparatively but we had you know hit swan which was a top forty radio station right. We had a bunch of that we had you know had ever up stations. We have country we had we. We have three country stations. All yes we did mornings. But yeah roadhouse radio right. Right highway outlaw. As it outlaw outlaw. I guess is probably what you you write was all country but it used to be called country but back then when when they both i. R- made a splash. I was at channel one zero three one in los angeles that then became Oh god i forget what. They called it But we were channel one zero three one. It was the clear channel's attempted bringing aaa back to la. After anyway. i bought stock in both serious and ducks sam. Because i thought this is the future. This is going to be that. They're going to save my industry. And i remember i paid like forty dollars a share and i don't know how much i didn't put a lot of money into it because i have a lot of money but i had you know a decent amount of stock in both companies and watch them both down to like two dollars. I was semi think was up around twenty or something like that. A share for awhile i got in it never really well. I don't think we've ever been over ten dollars at serious i- right now dairy beginning at the very very beginning when they first went public. Because that's when i got in and i'm telling you it was like forty bucks a share and then it just went. Yeah yeah that's that's what i learned. You don't invest with your heart. you know. Because i thought the future radio anyway. Marco man this is so good to just catch up with you and it's it's nice to do it not well it would be nicer sitting on a beach. Some in some exotic location Listening to the jayhawks playing on the stage right over there but show a call. We can up. She's i'm telling you she's awake. Can i still talk to her. And she still is you know. There's this sunset sessions websites sunsets Sunset sessions dot org that has videos and performances and interviews and pictures. Lots of pictures and she's still talks about putting together another one a few years ago before cove hit she was talking about south africa. But of course everything changes and has changed anyway. Marc goodman it is so good to catch up with you. Forty years after mtv you i we keep going you just tick on and you you move on your daughter now is she is a musician. She's an artist no about freddie. Of course i've met her. I met her at a sunset sessions. One year. I think in san diego when rick springfield was then some years a couple years later. I think i saw video that you sent out that she did. That was wonderful so it's is nice enough to kind of give her a leg up and got her to do. It was like in the small in a hotel suite or right that was really her first performance for how she's way way way beyond that and has been playing around actually she just did her first gig post pandemic couple of weeks ago and she's been dropping songs as freddie all caps f. r. e. Freddy so that's where we look for freddy. Okay and that is mark goodman's daughter. Check her out. Oh how cool aren't markets so great to connect with you. I could keep going. But we've gone so so long. And i know you have a show to do and so do i actually great to talk to you. Congratulations on on on on on planting that flag. Forty years ago and so cool to talk to you all these years later as old farts. And you know you're on the cover of the aarp magazine really appreciate you. Having me on the call we'll take you up on that little political. Let's let's talk politics Time we can tape. It will set up at one day at noon or something and we'll just zoom and we'll we'll record it as if it's a whole live show and i'll just era later in the afternoon. All right sounds good so great zeal. Thank you mark take care. Mtv forty years later mark goodman everyone all right on that was a great blast from the past as we did have to tape it in advance because mark is on the air now so you can switch over to channel one. Oh six sirius xm and catch the last hour of show. All right. we're done we're done for the week. We got a big show for your monday. The guy who who made that video about the reasons he got vaccinated is gonna join us monday right. Oh shit monday. I also have Oh no i got gotta check back with him. I forgot i. I have I have julie k. Brown on monday. I forgot to put her in my book. You all right. So i got my work. Cut out for me off to re re schedule him. Maybe earlier in the day will take something anyway. That's it thanks for listening everyone. I'll see you monday. We'll leave you with the news because because There was news. So let's do this and have a great weekend and happy fortieth anniversary. Mtv i am. it's time for nicole. Sandler's what's news from nicole sandler dot com.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"July twenty seven twenty twenty one to burgundy boys have helped the us mnt make it to the gold cup semi finals. The united states women's national team are looking fallible heading into their quarterfinal match against the flying dutch women in tokyo and the rapids locker room is a boot to smell more like maple syrup eight. I'm joined now by a man who seen mark anthony k play multiple times in person. And he's not sorry boot. It rabbi marc goodman. Oh matt in in the in the pantheon of excellent interests that you have done that one is really right up there might be lebron's or perhaps even silver medal her intros that you've ever written. I can't tell you what the gold medal one is if we went back in the archives. I'm sure i could find one that like i accident. I absolutely like spit out my milk. It was so funny but that was definitely at least the bronze the number one has to be the the russian collusion parody. one with. Don garber end me doing a russian accent. And i believe also saying i also said i now joined by rapids comrade and only slightly filthy jew. Rabbi marc goodman so oh that one that one that one in terms of in terms of deep cuts and nima That one has to take and remember guys that that that's a that's not offensive at all. That is that is not being his ally. Just looking up randomly at computer to see like you know the There's a massive stream of data in front of me kind of like in the matrix where nieto's watching little green numbers slowed down from the ceiling. And just noticed that. If i'm not mistaken either today or perhaps yesterday is cold bassett's twentieth birthday. Happy birthday cool bassett in terms of two zero. That's the big dominant thing. It's an exciting birthday except of course because we live in america. It's not at all on exciting birthday because he's one year away from being able to drink. That's amazing white. Brian galvan is twenty and two hundred ninety five days according to football reference. So he's he's he's making his way the only way he know how. It's the age of twenty one. Other being a uruguay uruguayan and argentinian. He's probably been exposed to the drinking of alcohol from before he lived in the united states. Anyways i digress matt. What are we talking about her. Bantry topic this this fine evening We will be getting folks will be closing out. The show is some market. The nikkei talk were podcasting. I want to say just maybe six seven hours before after that news broke but markelle of our national teams for the united states are in the full swing of it now. Officially both of them are in the knockout stages. Since last week podcast. I believe the us had no. It had been a full week between the end of the group stage. And in the end of the knockouts so we saw the. Us dispatched jamaica in a disjointed game but showed a lot of individual quality as we talked about Internally last word. I think we're officially at the point where it's been enough of a tournament and we've seen enough variations in what the us has tried to do an individual performances that that is not enough data collection and game filth or great role to on it and say i've evaluated their players who have stocked up their players. Who stocks have fallen. I would say calendar cost is up. I would say sam vines is about were expected ultimately a difficult game against a jamaica team. That's very familiar with itself for a. Us gene was kinda cobbled together. Learning things on the fly and now they've got a against the wildcard opponent..

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"marc goodman" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song

I'm In Love With That Song

04:50 min | 5 months ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song

"Alive it really is the only representation of how kiss really sounded like even as well produces destroyer is and how cool rock and roll over it. I love those records dearly. They're still don't really represent kiss. Like alive does yeah. It's it just feels like four guys just ripping it up at a great live show absolutely well. Thanks for coming on And talking about these to kiss records with me. I know they both really important records in in our our personal histories. Oh it's been on so let's talk a little bit about rock and pod. We didn't get to do it last year But i will be down for the show this year. So what's in store for me. When i show up at rock and pod this year. We're excited we've had Kind of record sales for vip's and hotel and everything and seems like there's a lot of excitement behind this year so we're at a new venue this time we're doing. Is that the nashville airport. We have a podcast or ballroom in a regular convention hall. There's going to be live. Podcast sessions going like live podcast in front of an audience going on in part of the podcast ballroom and then the main hall will have vinyl vendors memorabilia vendors signing tables and then we have several guests that will have their own tables this year main stage. Panel's going on i can. I can share that. We have ricky rachman. Marc goodman and matt penfield all from mtv. We're gonna do a panel with them talking about their time working for the network We have a women's panel that will Women in rock panel that we have a pamela bar and Jack's hollow who's an upcoming guitarist. And singer from nashville. Also more gasping now working on that right now as of this recording Got a few acoustic performances happening. We've got the talisman so those of you that are kiss fan. The guy jeremy ryan and phil from ace and gene solo ban Are going to be doing some kiss songs. Acoustically and some of their songs from their own history and then they'll be more stuff announced as we go forward but main stage panels signing sessions. You can buy vinyl We're gonna have like live. Artists doing live performance painting. We'll even have some horror and comic book stuff there too. It's gonna be. It's a bit like we're kind of bringing comecon rock and pod together in a way but yeah it's gonna be really cool and then we've got a pre party the night before at mercy lounge and it's gonna be a lot of great bands and a big jam session happening there. And then we have some stuff. Sunday with carmine a piece and vinnie apathy who Host the show hanging in bang also on the pantheon network like both of us and They're going to be doing a live version of their show and also some clinic stuff and Just a lot of stuff going on and you know more stuff to be announced as time goes on but yeah it. It's it's always a crazy weekend in every year. I wonder why i'm doing it again. But yeah we're We're excited and where can people find tickets to the show. How do they get their where they get their tickets. A home base is really just the website. It's gotta rock in pod aro ck the letter n. p. o. d. dot com and click on the ticket link. Click on the hoteling. Get your room and that's homebase for everything. Obviously we're on Rockin pot on all your social media channels and you updates that way too. Well i will be there. I'm looking forward to it I hope as many of the listeners who were in the general area can make the trip down and come by and say hi There'll be plenty of other podcasters there too. So thanks again for coming on and doing this with me spin fun. It's always fun to talk about kiss. I can talk about kiss all day. So i appreciate that and It's an honor to be on your show. You an amazing job. And i can't wait to see again in august man. It should be fun so man. Thank you so much thanks brad. It was great chris zach. Check out his podcast decibel geek and join us in nashville august. Sixth through the eighth for rock and pod. It's a blast and thanks for joining us for this episode with love. to hear about the album's that changed your life. Tell us about it on facebook or on our website. Love that song. Podcast dot com. So whether i see you at rock and pod or back here on the. I'm in love with that song. Podcast and a couple of weeks. Remember to support the artist. You love because this is your music and this is your crowd..

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Changing and hopefully for the better and the colorado rapids are running back on the exact same swat next season. I'm joined now by a man sitting in darkness because he's burned all of his candle. Oil rabbi marc goodman. How's it going man. i'm good. i'm good mark. How was.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"My name is Matt Pollard is Thursday October eight twenty twenty Ben Olsen is out as DC united head coach Aston Villa by the transit of property are the best team in the Premier League and the Colorado rapids still have not played a game in fifteen days having their third game in a row postpone it was supposed to take place yesterday at time of Recording Against L. AFC I'm joined now by a man who's just GonNa talk about Barbecue Sauce, Tonight Rabbi Marc Goodman. stubb's barbecue sauce vevey. Now, I just I thought that Philly meam of the dude who got A. He got a car for skating while singing eh fleetwood Mac and drinking ocean spray and I was like you know what? Maybe back in. Get a car 'cause I. My car died like three months ago I don't really need a car. I'm mostly walk everywhere and I share my wife's car but anyways, yeah, you know I like stubb's barbecue sauce. It's really like it's it's tasty. You know it goes on anything we're we're we lot of vegetarian meals around the house because kosher meat is expensive. you know just. got. Adult food just slather barbecue sauce on it man I mean this is gonna sound like a bachelor thing to do but you know I'd love it on barbecue sauce forever it's a sweet ago. So you know I don't know if there's anyone McCormick marketing team who listens to our pipe hassard of so and you like to help support the work that we do. We will be more than happy to support the entire McCormick families, vices, and barbecue sauces on this year podcast. But moving away from barbecue sauce and purveyors of soccer themed. Paraphernalia Mark one of the longest tenure coaches in major league soccer Ben Olsen of these united. Is No longer the manager there there's been some conflicting reporting as to whether or not the decision was mutual. It looks like he'll still be staying with the organization in some capacity. But in any case mark a won the last breeds of the former player immediately getting his dream job. Learning on the job as head coach with the club that didn't have a whole lot of expectation doing some good things doing a lot of non progressive non forward thinking things that had DC united. Stalled her extended her multiple years in a row at times on an obviously someone who you know DC united was the flagship of the League.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"By FCC and roughnecks scarves, and a part of the beautiful game network. It is Wednesday September sixteenth twenty twenty. It's a post game podcast. It's H. E. H. L. after dark, and it's been a tale of two performances for the Burgundy boys in the past two weeks elation relief and history made on Saturday night as Colorado got their first win at the Rio t a five nil drubbing of fake Salt Lake that brought the Rocky Mountain Cup back to Colorado, Freddy. Juarez is salty about Gavin's garbage time tekkers lawsuit Boubacar probably fell asleep bruening the Rocky Mountain Cup and Keegan Rosenberg epitomized what it feels like living twenty twenty as he was seeing, double fisting beers in the locker room post game. Then humbling result as squad rotation, poor emergency defending and set pieces. See FC Dallas beat Colorado four to one lesson Q. Hours ago at time of recording. I'm joined now by a man who could teach the rapids thing or two about never getting too high or down on Yourself Rabbi Marc Goodman, how are you doing tonight my friend? Great. Colorado. Call a Pennsylvania. As our state is in the throes of trying to decide whether we should legalize marijuana and apps the question you know the highs of the highs and the lows of the lows, how high can the Colorado rapids get? The answer is Pretty High Pretty High Matt, I mean Mark. You know we definitely, we love to play up the triple entendre that is our named. It is way better than my original idea three years ago or whatever it was of on I guess the off season between twenty seventeen and eighteen of us being the rap pod. So certainly, I I like Our Name. I, like it's an easy analogy. It's an easy thing to, Hashtag we've got a really easy. You know name for our fans. You know how? Like the insane clown posse has the Gigolos question mark and we got the high liners. So I'm down with that but mark let's get to the action to this week as it is getting late for you, and obviously we have a lot to talk about with to of two matches that were very very different for the Colorado rapids and we've got games to. Preview previews we'll be playing this coming Saturday and a week from tonight at time recording. So mark we're going to start with it. It's the Rocky Mountain Cup I don't know that anybody was super optimistic about it. You know the team Robin. Fraser said openly, we weren't even really thinking or talking about Rocky Mountain Cup. It's. Let's go there. Let's try to get three points Robin Frazier said in his pre-game availability. And get their win and we're GONNA try and win by as many goals as possible, and that's pretty much what the rapids did. Day Rubio gets off the snide he scores three minutes and he scores off a set-piece. Sam Vines gets on the board after he got a couple really good opportunities in the first half, he overlaps in scores where he could have done more with the service and him getting the ball in good positions in the attacking third in the first half Brian Galvan. Comes off the bench plays the most minutes. Of his rapids career just over thirty five minutes previously marquee had not even played twenty minutes in all competitions. All appearances for the rapids he gets his first goal goal Bassett scores in the eighty eighth minute. Stay a fantastic attacking masterclass in terms of what this team is capable of doing in terms of creating space getting numbers four and actually finishing their chances something we did not see them do. In their one one draw against the Houston Dynamo and fantastic performance from a defensive structure standpoint giving nothing and taking everything from Albert Rusnak from demure quiet save for a couple of half chances where crouch was able to get space and Vine Corey Barrett, and maybe a few half looks on headers on set-pieces they swallow up everything they took cry lashes lunch money they sent. Albert. Rusnak back home to. Be consoled by his mother they played out of pressure. Fantastic get the ball forward into bases they. attacked and pressed against. In ways that got them absolutely nothing. This is possibly mark the most dominating performance either received for the rapids on top of that first time ever they score more than two goals at the Rio t first win ever at Rio Tinto Stadium. Their last win was at Rice eccles in two thousand, seven mark I challenge you to guess the names of the players from the Colorado rapids in two thousand. What were you doing in two thousand seven mark your thoughts on the game what was your good thing and where were you in two thousand seven the last time the rapids one prior to Saturday in the State of Utah Wow. Okay. We'll start with that question before I forget it. In, two thousand and seven. I had just finished my first year. As Rabbi I was the director of Social Justice in community service and the kind of adjunct teacher of Talmud at the Jewish community school of the Bay in San Francisco California is now is this is this pre Mrs Rabbi Mark We were dating at that point we were like at that point, we had been dating nine months and I think I propose like a couple like at the end of two, thousand, seven. So at that point, the only soccer I was watching was premier. League I think because I was a like a mild arsenal phantom and my wife to be was a mild arsenal fan. So but there wasn't a whole lot of soccer going on i. mean the funny thing was living in San Francisco for five years I thought of going but never once went to San Jose earthquakes game because the Games always took place Saturday night at seven thirty and Shibata wasn't over yet and it was an hour drive from San Francisco to San Jose. So it's like, am I really going to get in the car three hours before Shibata. To go to the thing. And the answer was no. So anyways not interesting but but but that's where that's where I was Yeah. That was a wild game and not at all what I expected. You know I felt I felt like I was gonna say i. told you. So like after I said that we were gonNA take a loss and a draw out of the two games that we played and we got a draw and a win and not only to win but drawn a big win a win loss mark. I mean the game of afford. Oh With Houston. Includes yeah yeah yes. All right. Thank you for Point of clarification I didn't make any prognostication about the Dallas game I don't think but anyhow Yeah no I mean we I don't know if I'll do a good thing. Bad thing out of this because there I don't know if there was any bad things I will I'll make a couple of interesting what I think are interesting points who knows what's interesting when it's already past.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

12:55 min | 1 year ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"It is Thursday April Sixteen Twenty twenty thirty fifth day without major league soccer and the day after the thirty first anniversary of the Disaster Hillsbrough. A tragedy of police mismanagement cover up and stadium design claimed the lives of ninety six. Liverpool Supporters Happy Belated Easter and Passover to those who are celebrating. I hope that things went well. Given current circumstances and I hope that this gave you an opportunity to reflect on your life and its purpose and how we can help each other in these trying times. Mls is increasingly pessimistic about the April twenty fifth and may eleven targets. There are rumors swirling that he li could be pushing back a potential return day to June eight. Us Soccer Federation has shut down its Development Academy and sports illustrated soccer coverage will not be the same going or without grant. Walheim joined now by the Charlie Meth. Then to my Stewart Donald. A man who doesn't want to see your social media posts about homebake leaven bread and a man who definitely doesn't want to hear about how good might be was this morning. Rabbi Marc Goodman Rabbi. How was Passover miles a lot? You just hit us with the water candidate. I think the funny thing is like you think there's to talk about over corona virus quarantine and yet. There's a lot of stuff to talk about so well done mattio. Good yeah the Bacon. I bet you it was really good. I actually have Turkey. Bacon in the fridge. Exciting We today was the end of Passover Or about an two hours ago so we got Veggie dumplings from local Chinese place because trying to support our local businesses The kids didn't seem to my son loves Matsu Bri which is basically Mozza French. Toast you so Kamata in Egg and a little bit milk and you put cinnamon sugar on it and then you cover it in you fry it and then you cover it in Maple Syrup and I think it's really good. Iggy thought it was really good Somebody on Jewish twitter referred to it as having the consistency of soggy cardboard. Which isn't totally wrong. Soggy cardboard was really Sweden aggie. So I don't know I think it's it's a I don't know we're done. It's it's good It's hard to tell the difference between Passover and the rest of the year when you're home and you pray in synagogue over zoom it's like I I wake up in the morning and my wife says what are you. GonNa do today. I'm like well I'm GonNa go to synagogue. And she goes okay now. It's like I point that I'm like well. It's three feet over in this direction. I just moved my computer over to that wall. And then and then we're in synagogues. That's you know that's how it is. That's where it's at. How about you matt. How's the social isolation on working? It's okay I can. I can show you all the Mike. Atalay the extent of the corentin beard. What do you think mark? He's getting there. It's kind of A. It's kind of a jaw line beard. It's interesting you just not grow anything above there. Did you throw the cheeks? Are The later arrival cheeks. Are the Stephen Girard. Frank Lampard to the starting eleven. That is my facial hair so the neck. Oh growing in the key thing is you've seen for me certainly is that it will grow out and then has the leg. You saw that a little bit with the beard and obviously the goats e that I was rocking her. You know I wanNA say until about this time last year fourteen months ago or so before I trimmed that up so from a coverage standpoint. You know. Everything's there in terms of where hair is gonNA grow on the neck the Chin Goatee the so patches for the most part where it's going to be you know word about three and a half not quite being. It'll be four weeks on Monday if I'm not mistaken but then. The cheeks are late arriving both in terms of color and thickness as well. So we'll see if those grout and obviously we're looking at at least another twenty something days to get to May tenth. And then I don. I feel like with everything. That's going on mark and certainly the meeting everything that's going on in some of the local municipalities you know. Toronto's not allowing or entities or groups larger than. I think ten people till the end of June. I think Mayor Garcetti had a bunch of meetings with relevant people in Greater Los Angeles area and basically the consensus out of that meeting was. There's GonNa be no sports in Los Angeles County or concerts or anything. Through the end of the year I am increasingly and I think especially with the comments. Don garber earlier this week. I'm increasingly pessimistic. About the May tenth return to play. I'm increasingly pessimistic. About eight thirty four game season I think any shot that we had of open cup and some form existing is on pardon the Pun folks but on life support right now and I think right now mark realistically looking at what things. You're going to look like in terms of how long there is a season and does it exist in a way to where we can really call it an MLS Cup or is this something where it's like. Mark. Let's make up a special tournament give it. Its own name and put an asterisk on it forever and just be guide. There was soccer. Yeah I think that's well said and I think Trying to figure out what format the what what this season takes. This is a really good. I've seen some interesting Little suggestions I thought this is neither here nor there but like I had the thought that. Like if you're ever going to tinker a little bit with like you know. Ussl PRO Ralph. This is probably a good year to do it where you play like a small tournament That drops team from US L. League one up and brings a team from USF championship down. Because you know so. Many teams are financially in difficult straits. Anyways like a lot of them will prefer to do something. That'll be more financially. You know obviously that it has nothing to do with Melissa season. But you know trying to figure out how I'm lost plays a season. I saw suggestion that everybody play home and away in their own conference And then they they. Just get rid of Cross conference on US on other suggestions that everybody just plays each other once for the rest of the year minus the two games. I've already played see the World Cup Group Stage Idea Mark I. I know that it was floating around as an idea. But I kind of think that it's such a crazy. It's it's definitely a crazy idea that is predicated on. You're only going to have like you know two months for a season. Yeah like that's if you're going to have games right you'd play a home at home. You'd play group stage but it'd be like home in a way right. It would be so and so the way that I saw was speparate. The conferences random draw so I think for both conferences it would be two groups of four and then one group of five everybody play each other round robin and then I think it's all the group winners and then a wildcard team like most points out of their plates but then have to be points per game. One see one group will have two more games because there's one extra team and then basically that creates a group of four for the two conferences. 'cause you the three divisions of the three groups a wildcard team makes another round robin or potentially just one game in the highest seed gets home game or something and then that winner of that group the second round of groups from the conference winners. I'm doing a really bad job of explaining it. And then those winners play each other in. Mls Cup MLS. Cop Is predetermined neutral venue. Which I think is a really crazy tournament. That's like that's like something that would be fun to watch simulated on fever how to work out. Then I would take no bearings of in terms of judgy any team in terms of quality. Though this interesting things that are related. It's I'm sure if you listen to different sports podcast right now. They've already covered this but I haven't. I haven't listened to any sports podcasts. For like weeks all I've been doing Marquez. There's nothing else to do now that I finished eiger in Sunderland's ally dyson do. Yeah I I just don't have I mean I'm just like I'm around my kids all day long so it's like you know it's gotta be visual. There's no there's no quiet time to go running and whatever like I'm with my children all the time so I don't have any podcast time so anyways might two thoughts and maybe you've already heard from somewhere else or maybe I'm creating brilliant. Original thoughts is like one. It seems like people are already talking about the fact. That like there's GonNa be no spectators so question one for major league soccer and for all the league's is How is it is not like? When can we start playing again but like how much Football can we play without anybody? Attending the Games in person that would be profitable in any way shape or form right like so they wanna be able to fill the stipulations of their television contract. Because at this point there's almost no way that fans are going to be gathering we're GONNA be if we're GONNA have soccer between now and November. We're going to watch it on television while social addition thing and then the second question that comes out of which I think is a really complicated question which I'm sure leagues are dealing with in Boardrooms. Right now is what happens when another player tests positive. You know like you you back to square one. We're back to May twelve or back to March Twelfth Rigo Bear of the Anti testing positive. And then I think if that happens a second time mark I think at that point you call you call. Twenty twenty awash signed thing that fee. Right that's crazy that like so right now. We're at the point in America. Were about a million people have had the corona virus. Something like that. We're roughly in the area where there's been one hundred sixty thousand cases reported two hundred thousand cases but the reality is that's vastly underreported because so few people are being tested so there are estimates that is between half a million and a million people. That actually have it. So that's like one and three hundred thirty people right so then you extrapolate out. You do a little bit of like back of the envelope. Math and you know the odds that a nother professional in any sport jets it over the next couple months or high like the one in three thirty. That's basically two players major one player in major league soccer players Major. This is destined to happen so like shut down the league again. Because because I mean you're right the Rudy Gobert situation was if you saw like You know that the Utah Jazz played. I think one or two other teams in the intervening time each play to other teams who each played two other one other team before the next thing which meant that they had contact with eight teams. You know a total of two hundred fifty players in staff within a very short period of time the other thing I was gonNA say Is is just the to reflect back a thought that I haven't had in a really long time which is you know it it was the NBA deciding to shut down the league. In my humble opinion which kind of shutdown America I mean that was the point at which and to to be a little bit slightly opinionated here but like they made the responsible decision that force everybody else in the country to start making really responsible decisions. It's kind of amazing that Adam silver the NBA. Commissioner was the first person to say like the responsible thing to do here is to shut down our business and then everybody else started going. Oh it's real now and then it was. I I remember that Marcus I wanna say that was like a Wednesday night in an. Mls has ended the next day and then we got to like Like it would have been early morning. Us Time certainly early morning. Mountains kanter time was that final call the Friday afternoon that all of the primarily cad with all their leadership and everything and at that point everybody was looking at it. Like every other major league shutdown. If you're remotely thinking about playing games tomorrow like you just have no regard whatsoever for the safeen will being and public health of your employees your players your staff and then your fans as well so you know I. I don't know what happens if somebody else test. Positive at this point mark. I don't know how you control it. Don garber had a couple of really good media sessions and the McLaren another statement that you can find on their social media channels and MLS Soccer Dot Com folks effectively saying that..

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"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"He's an off the bench fill in <hes> you know swiss army knife utility infielder type player and that's that's what became of him. I hope that that doesn't happen. We've we've called basset but i think as possible. How many minutes do you think concern scotland with orlando in league play our powers yes stonehouse. I know he started a- at least one game. I know that he came off the bench in two or three game. I think he might have started to do some basic math and say he has two hundred eighty minutes. He has played five hundred and thirty appeared in six games in the place. I so i cannot speak to you in orlando made it all the way to the semifinals. Maybe got a bunch of starts in there that then made him not available or not available to start on moluccan played but that's more than five hundred minutes five hundred thirty minutes in league play in two thousand nineteen so six games in five and five hundred thirty minutes is basically started it. All five games in plate all started six games in played almost the whole time yup pretty much. That's great. I guess yeah i mean i. I'm about where you are at like. I would have said maybe three hundred or four hundred minutes. Maybe total all competition including the u._s. Open cups everything. Maybe that's the seven hundred at the absolute most but you know that's you know. Orlando orlando still a really bad team only playing six games. That's you know i kind of said this about him. When i got some black on twitter for saying you know this was a super king the ask you you know. Powered wasn't able to get on a bench that last season under master rainy on eighteen was competing for the wooden spoon. Yeah what you know. Something has orion. Some of the unit is not you if you are not able to get on the field for a team that is struggling for anything now. Maybe that was just heating rate for mastroeni throw any time but i mean he went there and then i can guessing christ that fired and then you know clearly you utility player from own coil but clearly are not only excuse me james o'connor and clearly j._c. doesn't see amazon outhouse start over the other options. The has on our land whose playoff hopes you're still hanging by orlando's us. Midfield is the most haptic unhappy group of players. I could ever imagine it's sasha <unk> who has burned burnout is welcome but he was transferred and has also issued some cryptic statements that have been <hes> implying that he's not happy in orlando. Now it's will johnson who has a domestic violence conviction and seeming they generally crazy person generally right roundly disliked by lots of people around the league for being really physical and making questionable decisions in game and then it's and then it's still empowers and i think there's at least least one or two other midfielders in their central midfielders but that's that's pretty wackadoo bunch in the middle so i don't know man. I don't know yeah all. I just gonna o'connor on the lots of work with they keep them on next year. I'll have to work on your mark all right listener as follows individually on twitter at soccer kermit <unk> rabbi at l. w. manpower listen or watch our read our written contact -at's right in the good stuff for pittsburgh soccer now and rabbi marc goodman backslash soccer underscored rabbi you can catch my rap is content and for me last word on soccer dot com false wherever you get your podcast pretty much every podcast you want to search rapid ninety six podcasts or holding the highline <hes> you know race reviews harris console for media. Thank you very much to sonny bryan's son's death for joining us for no the enemy on listeners. We'll see you next week. We're hopefully we're talking about andrea. She sheiky scoring the game winning goal to lift the colorado rapids tweet twenty-nine cup games uh-huh.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That takes you behind the scenes with those who make the laws and those who protect your rights through the rule of law. Your host is attorney Thomas Gerard, joined today by attorney, John, Courtney and Thomas late Tom Girardi is a founding partner of the law firm of Roddy, and keys known for passionate litigation of corporate giants on behalf of aggrieved individuals. John Courtney is a partner at Giradi keys. Specializing in mass, torts class actions product, liability and insurance, bad, faith, Tom Leighton is an adviser on the cyber research institute at UC Irvine, and an L A sheriff reserve. These three are champions of Justice for the little guy and each week. We bring you this informative entertaining, our bringing clarity to the headline generating legal challenges of the day. Well, we're going to touch on headlines both of the day in the past and headlines of the future. We begin this way by introducing our guest, Marc Goodman. On July twenty first wired magazine. Reporter Andy Greenberg published the story of how as he was driving a Jeep at seventy miles per hour down a highway two of his, friends, hacked into the car's computer turned on his windshield. Wipers, changed his radio station. And rendered his accelerator in operable, the story attracted as would be expected considerable attention and Chrysler is now issuing software updates for one point four million affected cars predicting this type of hack at a recent rand policy circle event was Marc Goodman, the author of future crimes. Everything is connected. Everyone is vulnerable and what we can do about it in which he envisions what.

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"marc goodman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"marc goodman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"marc goodman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You can't go wrong now through july tenth via mail in rebate exclusions apply see lows dot com slash paint for details your life can be hacked everything in your life from your bank accounts to the computer controlled car you drive everything so this weekend on champions of justice tom girardi talks with the author of future crimes marc goodman about the threats and the ways you can protect yourself it cyber justice preventing cybercrime tune in champions of justice saturday at five pm and sunday at two pm here on eight sixty am the answer hi it's mike gallagher i'd like to share with you an idea on how you can earn healthy returns whether you're investing in retirement or just looking for a consistent income check out the pacific private money fund now pacific private money has been managing their fun for over five years and throughout that time have delivered consistent returns from anywhere from seven and a half to eight percent this bay area based company has been making private loans for over ten years closing over fifteen hundred loans totalling half a billion dollars and this is important with zero losses the company only lens on real estate mostly residential and primarily in california loans are conservatively underwritten with safety and security features not often found in similar investments i invite you to call four one five eight eight three twenty one fifty four one five eight eight three twenty one fifty or visit their website at pacific private money dot com pacific private money dot com read articles watch videos listen to the radio show and learn why hundreds of investors have chosen to invest with pacific Ethic private money. this is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all the truth is we to make poor people richer they wanna make rich people this is the mike gallagher show you've been great mike and i appreciate it very much you notice i walked over here very quickly now from the relief factor filling fa- mike gallagher you are listening to the mike gallagher radio show this.

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