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Biden Unveils New COVID Plan... Which Sounds Suspiciously Like the Old COVID Plan
"So Biden's giving his speech right now about his new plan which sounds no different than any of the old plans and it's weird how he's kind of acknowledging here for the first time that the left's whole shut it down lock it down keep everything closed double quadruple mask the kids keep the kids in plastic bubbles all the time He's acknowledging because he has to not because he didn't know a long time ago because the political ramifications are becoming real that that strategy is an abject failure And people hate it The man's approval could not be any lower I'm just looking at this now I'll get to it in a second Giancarlo sopo on his social media account a new national PBS Maris poll finds Joe Biden's approval rating is even lower with Hispanic voters that it is with whites People can't stand this
Tennis Murray Wedding Ring-Ring Wrap
"Mari's problems are off the court a quick story here for a little bit of help with Mari shoes were wet and smelly so instead of putting them in his room meet air them out underneath his car when I got back to the car in the morning the shoes that were gone the shoes were stolen and there's more house I was preparing for my practice my face is said to me where's your wedding ring and I was like oh no Marie Tyson's wedding ring to wear shoes when he plays so the wedding ring is gone too if anyone can share this or may have any clue when they may be would be very helpful Murray says he has to smooth things over with his frustrated wife I'm at Donahue
Tennis Murray Wedding Ring-Ring Intro and Wrap
"Three time majors tennis champion Andy Murray has had a rough start to the Indian Wells tournament in California Marie's problems are off the court a quick story here for a little bit of help with Mari shoes were wet and smelly so instead of putting them in his room meet air them out underneath his car when I got back to the car in the morning the shoes that were gone the shoes were stolen and there's more house I was preparing for my practice my face is said to me where's your wedding ring and I was like oh no Marie Tyson's wedding ring to wear shoes when he plays so the wedding ring is gone too if you want to share this or may have any clue when they may be would be very helpful Murray says he has to smooth things over with his frustrated wife I'm at Donahue
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Now i want to talk about the many injuries. Dave and what you what you went through and you had that that near death experience that i want to hear about yeah. It was crazy Why don't you have the injuries in front of you. 'cause i had somebody texts made today. They're like. I knew. I think had been stuff and i know you were tough. I didn't realize how many things happened to you during your career. So i don't know if you have the book there but i try to like recites the injuries off the top of my head. I'll just do that so Obviously the five concussion does that's what ended my career Had broken bones and my knuckles I had to have surgery and my left thumb after it broke my thumb broke my right forearm. I broke six ribs. Broken noses broke my orbital bone and mci grade three tears on both my left knee and my right knee. I'd four surgeries on my heels. I had two degrees on my shoulders. have my teeth knocked though Lots of broken bones and our our feet from from blocking shots and actually like the crazy thing was we were able to play through. Most of i didn't really. I think one year i miss a limited training camp with a broken foot but For the most part we would just play through it and like it's nuts to think about now. 'cause i'm people break something. It's normal for them to miss work. Or get crass on and stuff like we didn't do any of that we just like kept playing. And it's it's insane for me to think like my pain. Tolerance is so high. That i could just turn off and just keep going and Yeah all this is chronicled in the book folks. By the way you'll read about the these terrible accidents that they've got into playing hockey terrible injuries and by the way on the cover of the book is a picture dave and he is wearing a new york. Islands jersey on the covers book. Aren't you dave island or pitcher. They they had other pitchers jersey. I was my favorite team and we need find one with an island and jersey. Obviously there's licensing rules. So i can't have the full crest on or whatever you can tell siler. Islanders put the fishermen on their day if we'd love to see that and then Yeah amazon at the book. Right on amazon and It's been great. We've made the amazon bestseller lists or first few days actually and We still..
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Then go each other's weddings within a few years each other. I love those guys. Those are all my favorite hockey. Memories is my long island crew and Yeah i miss it. I miss a lot see. That's why you see that gang of women hanging outside the coliseum folks. That's that's the cream of long island waiting to marry a hockey player because following them from the married to the coliseum in the coliseum back to the mary right they don't know about that stayed away for the groupie set with with the Philly smith jerseys on and stuff like that. that's great. great. Time speaking with dave scatchard tonight on the program. Now when you left the islanders and you signed with the bruins how did that go over and over like a farting church. Boy that that did not go well. I signed a four year. Deal with the bruins. I could've went anywhere. I could've got more money with the rangers. Signed a five deal in. Toronto nashville is really pressing trying to get me. They really wanted me. I would've been assistant captain on the rangers play on the second line. Adam grades called me. I'm ready called me. And i don't know there's like islander ranger rivalry or if it was because they hadn't been in the playoffs or eight or nine years but there was just something that was like not wanting like i just didn't want to go. One way and ronson was really aligning nicely with that. They just signed glen. Murray they decide joe thornton. They signed recrossed all their core guys that just gave good contracts. So i'm like okay. Well i'm gonna go there. And i was thinking for years the thinking it'd be there for the next ten years go there and be part of a group that could win. Who's more likely to win. And boston was really aligning and actually like after i got traded. I think they wanna come. True was later so my my plan was right but You know they have cheeseburgers. Ron was oven coming youngster. Who's a superstar now. and phoenix really needed a the They needed a centerman and we boston. needed defense..
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"And the funny part about the story is You know it's not funny. I had three other surgeries on those feats still not knowing as ever gonna play again and with two weeks left to go on in in the In the summer. I was able to finally get a pair of skates on my feet and I made the nhl that cheney camp. So i just hit everybody. Could i fought everybody i could. I tried to get noticed and You know somehow somebody like me and it. A bunch of superstars that they need a little. Bit of grit. And what. I brought the table and You know we had messier and berry and mogilny and linden. We had a great team But they they just needed somebody with some grits. Luckily filled that role my first. Nhl game was in japan. And the fighting is i never went back to syracuse. To get my car. So there's a car in syracuse. That's still probably probably still low. But i left it on the curve. I might let the keys. The because i wanted my roommate's build a borough it or london or whatever so i have no idea what the what the lost age vote what i have to do with that car but some somebody must have it now and nobody for motor vehicle city. Syracuse is listening to us. Tonight those folks wondering syracuse at that time the syracuse crunch was an affiliate of the vancouver canucks and the conduct soon traded you to the new york islanders. Dave how did you feel about going in coming back to long island. Yeah it was Just to be totally. Transparent and honest vancouver was a really i is organization are our private plane was incredible food on the plane the way they treated their players. Way the city vancouver to carry you like it was like being a rock star. And i was third or fourth line player. But i treat it like i was like you know the greatest player in the world is crazy and then when i got traded i asked for trade but i asked for after christmas and I went like two days before christmas. So i ended up staying christmas in new york dot knowing anybody but the same thing with kevin weekes. Bill mccall we got traded for felix van. Then the funny part about that story is we. We leave vancouver. There's ten media cameras and people getting autographs. I think of big sendoff to to love hockey so much and when we landed. Jfk barely party. I can't remember which airport all to our suits and ties on. 'cause we thought there's going to be like a big press rupe filming us when we came off the plane and interviewing us asking about the trade and stuff like it wasn't vancouver and the truth was i don't know if milburn forgot where There was there was nobody there. Somebody there big us up. There's no media and we're with our hockey gear. We packed all belongings to live for the next five or six months in a couple of bags. And we're standing on the street corner and Trying to get a hold of somebody from the islanders until they tell us where to go do so in wrenching limousine packing in giveaway goalie pads all our suits and all our bags are hockey sticks in the stretch limo and it was so packed to the to the roof we is the whole interior of the stretch limo and the trunk and then we hadn't eaten all day because it was a holiday played across.
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"New york on wgn vp from beautiful downtown merrick. Long island out. You had a great weekend. Yankee fans had a great weekend certainly great weather on long island area that we enjoyed early. Autumnal weather The mets play it out. And they're going home yankees. Play the bosox in a Wild card game and hopefully these changes with the mets. The curse of the jets has has been lifted for one week. They wanna game yeah. Yeah hey oh my goodness being a menu and jet fan folks bills a lot of character. I thank god the island is coming back so they'll at least right into our next guest as we keep the sports memories rolling along for you this gentleman. He played for several. Nhl clubs but we of course remember him most vividly with the new york islanders. He has a new book out titled the comeback. My journey through heaven and hell. Let's welcome to the show tonight. Dave scatchard dave good evening. Hey we're we're we're still vertical over here so things. It you grew up in british columbia Dave who are your sports heroes and and teams back then. Yeah i was born in on.
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Who was a big baseball fan. Went onto defend this and explain that look by the end of nineteen sixty three sadly we had lost john f. kennedy we'd been fascinated but we still had madison maitland fact you know he said if you look back on the early nineteen sixty nineteen sixty one america was following embracing manson mantle much more so than they were john f. Kennedy i mean. He'd been elected president in nineteen sixty between sixty when he was overcome with the cuban missile with the bay of pigs. Questions that was a huge embarrassment and a stain on his legacy and then in nineteen sixty two. The almost took the country a nuclear war against the soviet union with the cuban missile crisis. That lasted You know tense two weeks or so in october. Not to mentioned some of the other of the kennedy years as professor slesinger pointing out We're not as rosy as we were often times led to believe that had been A lot of that hadn't been the whole Whatever you wanna call it. The embellishment that went on. I mean the ideas that the kennedys were playing The theme to camelot in the white house. All of these things were as much about image building anything else. So he's making this point here you have mantle and mariss together in nineteen sixty nineteen. Sixty one We were tuning in at this point the tuning in the evening to find out who did home runs or had both of them. Not what is president kennedy done today into nineteen sixty. Two's they're still having a great season. They need the yankees to another pennant another world championship. Sixty three another pennant. Sadly they met up with with sandy koufax in the world series in sixty four another pennant. But you know the to eminem boys were responsible for that. Unfortunately you know they they. They made up with a great their cardinals teams of that era and so he made this argument. I'm thinking at that time. I remember johnny down these notes and all later. When i was working on the first kennedy became the first Book that i did. I had a great deal of this and we had been. Fortunately he was just a book manuscript too long. And of course the editing we. We edited a lot of this out. as we did marathon and demise you i mean maitland. Demise young editor doubt mantle and And single mcelwain berra mantle and martin still hit the high points and all of the things that we come to know about them but as far as their relationship Knows a lot of that had to be pulled out because interesting stories about that and then original manuscript i manage between twenty five hundred thousand pages and pages which is eight hundred thousand words. Yeah it's hard to get a book published. Eight hundred thousand link Eight hundred thousand patriot elicits about.
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"I think that had to do with handling the media or his inability to handle the media but the making of roger marriage. You can take all the way back to fargo north dakota and that braced this guy to be able to take on some of this The great outfielder red sox Mike shannon tells these wonderful stories about roger. He was one of our teammates and bumpiest best friend on those Cardinal teams all that great cardinals stretch show in the late sixties. And it's his opinion that mantle lived for putting it up the yankee fans. You know watch and at that was what drove him. That you know Those that final month of september. Into october one. You know the data bursary for roger breaking records just a couple of days ago true now their role in camelot. Tony we we have that in the title. Where madeleine marras fit in the the ideology the the place so to speak that we call camelot. Camelot belongs to the mythology surrounding john. F. kennedy and his president either early nineteen sixty as a newspaper man. I never covered sports. I was actually. There's a political writer and in the mid seventy nine was what is fellowship to harvard. To go there and let my head go mushy. I guess or are study. Something solid like third world nation building. I think that's what i was supposed to be studying. Instead i wanted to leading books i hadn't read and and hanging out at the institute of politics there on campus and one weekend there no snow of new england. They had a seminar symposium on the age of kennedy the agent. John kennedy the years that he was president and who among the speakers they had was arthur schlesinger junior the great historian and the kennedy homer is that were i mean he. He was as much kennedy is anything else. Yes and he's speaking and at one point. He says that he said something. To the effect that the nineteen sixties in america were possibly defined as much by and amylase they about president kennedy himself and people were just flabbergasted by that but slesinger..
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Difficult comparing them from One thousand nine hundred twenty s to nineteen sixty one just unimaginable so it. It's an unfair to do that. As far as the mon- chang-chol and whatever and the book go into command marican roger marriage and how when he was a rookie In the minors the the indians and also the as to some degree wanted him to change the way he yet. Because we had that uppercut swing and You know for years and hitting coaches taught the to cut down on the ball To go hit the in the gaps and whatever. Roger wouldn't do that so you can make the argument. That roger manners in the late fifties and into the sixties. The height of his career was the Postwar for the home run hitting techniques that batters used in major league baseball news today. Great point town exactly that. That's what we're saying about. There was launch ankle and sixty one bitten. Nobody really talked about it as such now. We're talking to tony castro by his great new book about roger morrison mickey mantle. What was the greatest thing you learned about mantle and marissa in your research. Tony back their friendship. I think it was just that. I think i known mantle. Personally in the in the seventies and then looping in the eighties and the amount of admirations that he had provide for marriage that he expressed in conversations. Should we had. And then things that was later read about and people told me about is just incredible. It was like This is the guy that mickey mantle had had his choice of being like someone. It would've been like roger. Mary's you know by the time making met marriage. I think the possibility of that influence was not very likely to happen. mickey's influences in the early sixties and mid sixties had taken their toll and had imprinted themselves upon his psyche. But i think that was the thing that i that i learned that mantle Looked upon this guy as a guy who he would recommend somebody follow and if you'll remember when mantle was dying in nineteen ninety five in one interview us sad video of mickey mantle speaking out and saying you know kids don't be like me right I was supposed to be you know this this this and nothing. I'm not a role model and he doesn't mention ayers but he could have very well very well. True toning now did their upbringings have anything to do. With the way things worked out in their relationship not so much in the relationship. I think in the way that marriage who's able to persevere. I think mass had this us against the world mentality that he developed with his brother a year old and moody when they were young Growing up there in In north dakota they thought the whole world against them any number of reasons some had to be there eastern european Immigrant roots some of the had to be the fact that they were. You know roman catholics Some of the had to do with just being. Who were they thought. The world's against them in roger houston This motivation kinda like tom. Brady being the hundred ninety nine player taken in a six round of his craft beer and housing issues. That to motivate yourself here with roger marris. You had this motivation motivation. Going on within him of the world being against him. So it didn't take yankee fans to prefer mantle over him or his teammates preferring mantle over him or you know fans across the united states in nineteen sixty one wishing mickey mantle would break the record rise in roger. Roger anticipated all of that. And you know some of the other stuff you on the thing that caused you to start falling out and gave him bits..
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"So even at that time it would have been different today even more. So yeah i mean. Mcguire was sort of protected from the media by the cardinals back in nineteen ninety. Eight and roger was never afforded that Protection changes in clubhouse. At how the mediums graded access took changes. I mean part of it was Sadly when women became sportswriter for more women's beginning sports writers. Some of that began to be changed. I mean olympic access was limited The way players were presented to the media after the game shows limited and it has changed a to con- you know through the players association and then negotiations over the years right now. One of the criticisms of roger marris is going to sound familiar to the fans listening Today the younger fans. It's the uppercut swings in order to elevate the ball to put it bluntly and in current terms lawn chango which i hate to discuss but there was a an incident or a time when the great rogers hornsby who hit four hundred twenty four one year stated that a hitter like mary's has no right hitting sixty one home run stony well. I think that was just Snobbery pure and simple And you're talking about nineteen twenty four Good lord i mean that that's what that was forty years before roger mathis. Yeah almost forty years a different tapa baseball. This type of approach baseball on Rogers once he didn't play games didn't have to face You know pictures coming out of the Out of the bullpen like Those guys did in nineteen sixty one and certainly nothing like what they do today. I mean imagine. Rogers wants to be hitting playing today. I mean i've heard people argue that he would be lucky to fifty. I don't know you know hitters or hitters. And i'm sure somebody like hornsby would find a way to to be successful even if the day game. But it's comparing eras Even something from sixty one to ninety eight it's.
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"How would you call it strikeout. In that i could see in casey stingl. Unless you're going to go back all the way to nineteen fifty one. In the way he introduced mantle to sports writers. He talked he was the one who created this big myth about mickey mantle. This nineteen year old kid out of oklahoma on barely step into the big city and casey proclaims him the next next garrick the next maggio. Hopefully we stand after that. And i think it was a wonder in nineteen fifty one that mickey mantle was able to have the spring training that he did and the early weeks that he did in nineteen fifty one. The pressure just got to be too much for him. And and i think that whenever you do that whether it's a kid in high school or whether it's to a kid and in college whether it's to a young man in baseball or any sport you need to have your heading cabin exactly speaking with tony castro tonight about his new book on roger madison mickey mantle. What you do delve into to tony. What i enjoyed was the the back stories of how mandolin marriage ended up together on the yankees and the first place yeah mass who of the later lane himself in his rookie season that was in the mid nineteen fifties. The cleveland indians had built an organization that won the nineteen fifty four and they had a lot of taliban. They had some great arms. They had new young arms. They had heard school. They had People like rocky colavito in the system. They had right They had that roger marras in assistant. Roger marissa in his rookie season got off to such a great start. Everybody was predicting that this would be the rookie of the year that year. He got hurt and he was never the same. You know the according to the marriage side of the story he was brought back too early and too much was expected of in too early and he was never the ball fair he in the middle and the end of the season that he had been in those early weeks but he's made a name. So why did he. Ford and mickey mantle Took note of them in the early meetings. i mean the teams playing each other. What twenty two times. A season back in two hundred and fifty..
"maris" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"When you were a kid you gotcha very simply there. We go okay now How did you become a writer. And what your drew you to baseball for. So many of your books man played baseball. They spun t can't The depression he played baseball in the military and then he played baseball and mexican leagues in the late forties early fifties and so it was difficult not to especially when he had posters of joe demise show and later one mickey mantle hanging in the hall and then later they were taken into nine bedroom though it was almost by What what else. Yeah that's that's a great answer tony for sure now. I was thinking when i picked up the book. I'm going to ask tony. Why did you bill morris i ahead of mantle. I didn't know Writers whether it's in hollywood or whether it's books it seems like writers are always the last person on on. The thing is when i first came to los angeles and somebody was telling me this great joke about writers about the dumb blonde. Who fell in love with the writer thinking that would help her career. And that's where and so. I say that as a way of answering your question there which is that. The title of the book was something that The marketing people publishers often have a great influence in handling. And this was one of those cases. Gotcha so he was the one that broke the record you know. You're the one that that he in sixty one he he One and that chariots of fire is at work in baseball. He came out ahead. he did hear exactly right. Tony i get you now now. What the book does folks I learned that a large part of the legend isn't quite accurate. And tony brings out some other points it. it's informative. And and a great read. Dat sorta reshapes some of the preconceived history. We have a few new angles. You bring out for sony. Well i hope i did. I you know some of that is the nearest mental relationship. Which not so much that has been misunderstood. So much as it was mistreated. I think from the way it was written about there in the late fifties early sixties. Not unlike what happened with marissa mantle mantle and demise show in early fifties. Now one of the things that i enjoyed About the book was learning about the old professor himself. Casey stangl who later managed the mets. He wasn't the guy that everybody thinks he was. Was he tony well. He wasn't when he was a genius. His own right He had been a Players you know. His pedigree is the achievements of casey single not to be denied. The problem the casey stangl ran into like all of us. You know age catches up and there's no arbiter for that and Nineteen sixty that will series who wouldn't have pitched eighty four three times that they'd had a chance there and he was available white. He wanted to pitch cake. That was probably Biggest mental..
Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay
"To come. Let's talk about mari clay. Mari was born in nineteen. Twenty six in wellington new zealand. When she was five years old. Her parents divorced. Mari lift primarily with her mother but bounced between both parents houses. As a result. Mari ended up pretending four different primary schools. Something that would later influence her career trajectory in one thousand nine. Forty-five mari earned her primary school teaching credentials at wellington college of education following her time at wellington mara went onto earn both her bachelor's and master's degree her master's thesis focused on finding solutions for teaching special. Needs students. how to read and write in the nineteen fifties. Mari was awarded a fulbright scholarship. The award allowed her to continue her research at the university of minnesota and developmental child psychology and childhood literacy during her studies. Mari came to disagree with the prevailing literature about the ability of low achieving students to learn to read instead. Mari developed her own viewpoints. That would shape her research for decades to come. After finishing her fulbright mar moved back to wanganui new zealand where she taught elementary school and worked as a school psychologist. Then in nineteen sixty. She moved to auckland and joined the university of auckland's faculty. She taught educational psychology while pursuing her doctoral degree she was interested in understanding how children learn to read and how teachers could better support. The children who are falling behind. Her research was unique because it focused on closely observing a child's development over time
Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate
"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her
"maris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Roger Maris in 61 even close. I mean, this is this was a She's a 70 year old priest who's a preschool teacher from Westport, Connecticut. Stepping stones preschool. She was a social worker stepping stones steppingstones. To describe different parts of her experience, but it just kept coming and coming. So anyway, that was believe it or not, actually, And I am not one of these people whose into these overly like I am about the ball game. You know what I mean? I just watched the video. I thought it was kind of you liked it. Yeah. You know what I mean? Right? You're going. You're getting soft in your old age. Maybe. Well, you know what she did, to be honest, no joke. Go ahead of me. Just solely way over. Romanticizing this whole thing. Yeah, but I have been dulled to the magic of the ballpark. Have been. We go out so much. We have such great seats in such great access. I think you're not totally dull, maybe adults who a degree, but not we're super dulled compared to how we were at Candlestick Park. So to imagine how thrilling it was for her to be in the Yankee dugout and walk up those steps and look at Yankee Stadium. I wish I could rekindle that enthusiasm were you know we take it for granted now, so I'm saying That's all. I got to ponder that. That's all. I mean, when I was a kid, probably the thrill of opening those doors at Candlestick and seeing the green ever come close to that is, you know, No, we go in and we hang out. We talked to everybody. Well, that's the romanticism of just being young and doing things for the very first for her. She's never been on a field before. She'd never been in a dugout before, and she looked overwhelmed by it all starting to wear me down. I'm starting. It was like she recaptured it for me a little bit. I wanted to be a steely and cold. But now Murph is warming me up. Copes. There's nothing I can do. Listen, I'm not. I'm not dying. I'm not going to jump on. Grenade for this story. I just thought it was worth mentioning for a minute. Pathetic. Let it come to this and I'm OK with this guy to there's room for both definitely room for the same fan baseball. That's a Yankee fan. Right there. Same fan base. All right, All right, so it's pathetic. This is go. Into the Giants. What did the Giants have to say about talk men going for second base? What do they have to say about losing two in a row for the first time in five weeks, all coming up and can be are one of 45 and 6 80, the sports leagues standing a weak ground ball. You're listening.
"maris" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"On. What risk tolerance do we have as a society. Are we willing to accept that you know what percent chance or likelihood that something goes wrong. What is what is the outcome if it does using nuclear verses Going the route that we're going which is okay. We're going to basically extinct ourselves if we continue on this path. And we've been on this planet for this very tiny sliver of time. We were doing a great job making sure that like our branch of the evolutionary tree ends And so i think it's a major concern and yeah we we can solve the problems but getting people to agree is an understanding is very challenging. It's just so weird and there are so many economic tools you used to make nuclear work. I don't understand why we don't give some sort of dividend to the people who live near a nuclear reactor so if a group of people said hey yeah. We'll put this in this suburb of taxes on the suburb of ohio. Or wherever you can just tell people there you thousand dollars a month for living in the zone or will pay to relocate you whichever you prefer. There are dozens if not hundreds of nuclear reactors flooding around in the oceans and under the oceans. We launched them into space on satellite. So i think that we understand this technology. While enough that referring to bombs. I take it no. I'm referring to the reactors on on on summaries. Yeah certainly at bombs. Now we're into the tens of thousands probably satellites that go up that are nuclear powered. And and and i just i think we're stocked because there's been an unwillingness or maybe not a a a right. It comes out to incentive structures Right incentives for even politicians to take this on you know why would you take it off is it's you know it's like opponents will just kill without and ben. You'll lose the seventy thousand coal miners in two states. Who are gonna lose their forty five thousand dollar jobs that we could pay for with action. Let's look at.
"maris" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"People argued maybe. Google should have bought slack. Obviously they. I said goulash about slacker. Sure you did right. Yeah yeah stuart's flag day the same reason. I think that google didn't buy instagram. by shop. affi- adjust at the price was price was too high but of course the price is always too high for the good things and i really argued that that That was incorrect and and the price only goes up for has only gone up from there and he goes mistake. I heard that when facebook bought. Instagram and whatsapp larry went bonkers and was like. How did we lose these. We need to get our act together. We need to move faster. Anemone true story. I think anytime. A competitor gobbles up something. There's always a little bit of that regret. Kind of anon- buyer's remorse or why didn't we buy. But those were on our radar we had. I won't say we had opportunities in the sense that you'd have to come to an agreement but there are opportunities to have those conversations and i certainly raised those as targets. Yeah when a company misses you know buying it. Why does that occur. And why does ducker do so good at that moment in time. Do you think. I think i think there's two reasons like they have one. There's no fear around the price. No one wants to look stupid. So so Completely overpaid for this asset. I mean if you think of what base paid for whatsapp the time eighteen billion or something. That's a big number live potential to look dumb and people in big positions. Don't really like the look dumb. So that scott one reason And i think the other reason is especially big companies. Get so entrenched in that. It wasn't built here mind. Saw that we're working on these five other things that are technically better or they're gonna get traction and distribution and there's a million reasons why but i think loses sight of the fact that it's really hard to displace an incumbent and so it you know vetting on the number two or three in the market is not always the smartest way to go. So if you have a chance to be know take out the market leader and bring your platform And i just think it takes courage. I google show. That occurred with you too. I mean they bought youtube for what one point six billion. When had this crazy like incredible lawsuit coming down like a sword right about to hit them on the neck and like google comes in and like snaps. The sword from teeny guy big seller common gar. Is that early. Good friend gets a lot of credit. There should get a lot of credit for that Acquisition what i think. Google someone's gonna lost his nerve to buy out big things. And i think you've seen a struggle with with with aloe these different kind of chat phone buzz and endless list of things. Google has launched have failed the catch every startup to ensure they own their intellectual property. You got file your trademark listen. I'm not being considered here. Put a lot of people will watch what i do over the years and copy it well. That's not cool if you file your trademark. That's very simple conversation. Do you know how this goes down. Literally send them a link to your trademark or you send her attorney cochran the trademark. What that big company does they back off immediately. trademark. we're done. I'm telling you in a dozen out of a dozen times. That's probably what's happened. The person goes okay. You're right jake. You got the trademark. You gotta spot. Trademarks.
"maris" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Exits. The crowd account is free. Just go to. Ou r. c. r. o. w. d. dot com slash twist. So you simply list what you're gonna do. You put bullet points. I suggest this is the first thing you do in the day. And when i first implemented this some people didn't do it then. I started replying to them. And this is a great management technique. If you're replying to them or you're doing emojis in slack and just giving people a thumbs up a high five boy this let them know. Hey we actually recognizing you giving recognition and it's only five minutes. I tell people if you're taking more than five minutes than i as the manager or your manager or the company has not given you clear instructions. If you don't wake up go to work and say. I know what i'm gonna do today. Whose fault is that. Is it your fault or is it your boss's fault. I think it's probably the ladder. And so this creates clarity between management. How many people say my manager. You know gosh darn it. He he or she never gives me clear instructions. I don't know what they want. I can never please them. Well if you're all in agreement these are the three or four danger gonna get done today and this week boy does that. Create clarity and it removes a whole set of tensions. Then i said to folks. Hey you know we're using notion and we're documenting everything we do. We're moving to a written culture from a meeting culture. As i talked about with trainer and a lot of us in the pandemic did this. Well i say like with crash in this example of the angel university. Can you link to the notion page where we have our checklist member. I always talk about that book. The checklist manifesto which had a great impact on me a great book as an aside. You should read it if he links to the checklist. Well then everybody in the organization can go see his checklist. find items on his checklist. That should be on their marketing checklist. Right and then. Those links are really helpful. Then with the podcasting team. I told them. Can you put what episodes were taping this week. And then what. The publishing schedule is and linked to the episodes and linked to the show notes from them. What that did was. The sales team didn't know what episodes were coming. They had would have to ask now. Nobody has to ask. They know where that is on the notion. And in the slack and this has created a flywheel like you wouldn't believe we are all in sync and the linking to work makes it super easy to educate your team members and that goes back to the number one complaint. People have in businesses we. The communications is the biggest problem. Everybody says communications is the biggest problem in every marriage. Friendship work relationship family. Because we as you know these primate monkeys chimpanzees we are socially driven communication can dictate how we feel. We are also problem. Solving monkeys right. That's what we do. We are problems as every day. A couple of little problems to get a little bit of work done. It makes us feel good. So what makes humans feel-good accomplishing something and certainly accomplishing something with a team. That you respect or a family member or friends that you love and respect this is when our best selves. I believe when we're chimpanzees in a group you know apes strong as per planet of the apes when we do stuff together we feel good and this end of the day. Start of day and of we man. Does this make you feel good about work. You're the ball and you're getting stuff done. it's so easy and if it feels like they're not contributing. My belief is overwhelmingly mandy. Nine percent of people out of one hundred ninety nine out of one hundred people ninety nine percent same thing. That is what people want. They want to get be a contributor. There's nobody who comes to work. And says i want to put in a bad day's work i wanna sandbag today. Is that a thing. I don't think that's the thing for anybody. So the other thing i found was this level. The playing field between remote employees and impersonal wants the in person ones. We're getting all my attention attention. The remote ones warrant but when everybody does this oh boy. Now it's a level playing field. Another thing that happens. Says there are some people in your organization when you implement this who will fight it. And they'll feel like you're micromanaging. It and i had somebody and one of organizations fight me on it and said i'm willing to do any. Owi should've taken out of fire. The person immediately and men all the downstream problems. I had with them. Were all this very like selfish. I don't want to say what i'm doing and it turned out. They really weren't contributing as much as their peers. Or some of the people who are below them getting paid a fraction of what they were getting paid. If somebody fights you on this. It's likely the reason they're fighting. You is that they're not getting it done. They're not doing the work they're not keeping up with everybody else. And that's okay. They belong at another organization. If you can't run with the seven eight mile per minute team you should be running with the nine or ten mile team also. How unfair is it when your boss takes credit for your work man. That used to make me young jake. How when i was starting out when my boss would take my credit for my work and then mike savino my boss's boss would find out. I did it because we would go out and have a drink after work when that person left at five thirty that middle manager who i hated it in this program would have exposed him and what is shown who was actually doing the work and who was taking credit for it. So i'm a believer in anybody being able to do the work and take on work. I don't believe in hierarchies. I believe in performance achievement. So this is a great equalizer. The same people who fought me on doing the end of work and of day and said i will just do an end of week. There's people who wanted.
The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric
"Dermatologist veto. mari walla who south asian herself offers. An example of how ubiquitous the beauty benefits of timur have become. Interestingly skinned benefits are all so ingrained in the culture that typically day or sober before your wedding in india. There's actually something called a halt these ceremony. Literally it's the day before even the day of the wedding and your family members rob a piece of turmeric sandalwood in gram flour on your skin so in this like pre wedding ritual. You know it's supposed to be good luck. You can imagine that started as a way to fully dead skin and give the bride and the groom that glowing look before their big day. Obviously traditionally we know has been used in food. But it's just such a part of indian culture. The we actually do a whole ceremony dedicated towards on the day of our wedding. But what is it about tumor. That makes it such a beauty powerhouse. The secret sauce is curcumin. A chemical compound founding to mark with antioxidant properties. Marijuana breaks a down that works a lot like vitamin e. It's a chain breaking antioxidant. What i mean by that is that it can both scavenge free. Oxygen radicals on the skin and inhibit the generation of reactive oxygen species. So it's like a for right. Not only does it stop these free radicals from forming but also helps get them
Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting
"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved
Gun used in Boulder shooting was bought legally
"I'm Western Ed Donahue art with an AP dating News from MINUTE the 19 BOULDER, forties. Colorado It's Police a reminder chief Maris of one Harold of the biggest says unsolved there is a lot art to crimes learn of yet all time. about the shooting The 1934 deaths of 10 people theft. at the King The Jon Soopers Benet like whose work like Grace the rest of is the community. the world's greatest We too want museums. to know why. The original is Why still that being King hunted Soopers? not only by Why police Boulder? but by motley Why crew Monday? of amateur sleuths Unfortunately, ranging from at a this former time, police we still commissioner don't have those to answers. a Children's The owner book of a author gun store like near Denver the painting says itself, he sold a with gun its to intricate the suspect detail. before The crime the shooting story after is hard passing to a background resist. check, I'm Charles, John The Mark Lord is Eagles my Major League and Baseball, owner of Eagle's says just Nest two Armory players said in and a statement. two staff Historians members. Tested
Gun used in Boulder shooting was bought legally
"Colorado, after the deadly supermarket shooting a massive investigation. Boulder chief of police Maris Harold as a Friday afternoon Friday, March 26. There have been 167 individuals. Federal state local agencies that have worked over 3000 hours on this investigation. The suspect bought a firearm that he allegedly used at a local gun store after passing a background check. New testing
25 new additions made to National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress
"The new batch of sound has been added to the national recording registry and that fateful meeting this ended with this LaBelle song being among those added to the national recording registry of the library of Congress also celebrating spots on this year's list Kool and the gang Janet Jackson's rhythm nation eighteen fourteen and L. matic buying non historic clips include Phil Rizzuto as call of Roger Maris's sixty first home run the first recording of an eighteen seventy eight clip of Thomas Edison and more recent history the first ever podcast I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Colorado suspect got assault weapon 6 days before shooting
"Authorities say the twenty one year old Colorado man accused of killing ten people in a supermarket attack had recently purchased an assault weapon according to the arrest affidavit the twenty one year old gunmen purchased an assault weapon March sixteenth six days before he allegedly opened fire outside and then inside a boulder supermarket boulder police chief Maris Herold suspect has been identified as Ahmad Alyssa twenty one of our father he has been charged with ten counts of murder in the first degree police sources the family says the suspects suffers from mental illness including delusions the shooting attacks at shoppers scrambling for cover and sent shock waves through the community says governor Jared poll lists real horror and terror for all of us the simple act of of shopping at a grocery store the shooting attack came just ten days after a judge blocked a ban on assault rifles passed by the city of boulder in twenty eighteen I'm Jackie Quinn
Here's What We Know About The Victims Of The Boulder Shooting
"Authorities in Boulder, Colorado, have charged a 21 year old man and a shooting rampage yesterday that left 10 dead, including a police officer. Alleged shooter has been identified as a med Alyssa. He faces 11th degree murder charges and an 11 charge of criminal attempt. Boulder Police chief Maris Herald read the names of the victims at the press conference this morning, Denny Strong 20 years old. Nevin Students Key 23 Ricky Odds 25 Kelowna, but kind of the yak 49 Suzanne Fountain 59. Terry Liker 51. Officer Eric Talley 51. Kevin Mahoney. 61 Len Murray 62 Jody Waters 65 again the Boulder police chief reading the names of the 10 victims of the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado.
'Heroic' officer among victims in Boulder shooting
"Colorado, You never think you'd be involved with, but I mean, it was just it was just too real and too scared. He was inside the supermarket yesterday when a gunman walked in and opened fire. 10 people were killed, including a boulder police officer who is responding to the scene. A BCS Alex Stone, is there. The motive here is a mystery. Why a gunman now under arrest, walked in with a rifle and began shooting people inside and outside of this King Soopers grocery store now Nine victims of the store were killed along with Boulder police officer Eric Talley, who was the first to arrive on scene and went running in Boulder Police Chief Maris Herro want to say our hearts of this community go out. To the victims of this horrific incident. Today, This grocery store is a giant crime scene, and now police are trying to figure out why the gunmen committed mass murder. Alex
Colorado marks latest mass tragedy after 10 killed
"A shooting at a crowded Colorado supermarket Monday at least ten people dead including a police officer and sent terrorize shoppers and workers scrambling for safety police said the gunman in custody they walked him out of the store shortlist blood dripping down his leg after he opened fire outside and inside the king's super grocery store in boulder whenever the Sloan was shopping with his wife and spoke with KMGH like bang bang bang bang bang I immediately sprinted over to her in the head we have got here well the police chief Maris Herold was heartbroken over another mass shooting in a state that is seen it's share over the years my heart goes out to the victims one was the first officer to arrive on the scene and I am so sorry about the loss of officer tally please won't speculate on a motive this was the seventh mass killing in the U. S. this year I'm Julie Walker
'A Nightmare': 10 people killed in Colorado supermarket shooting
"One official calls it a nightmare as boulder Colorado becomes the scene of the nation's latest mass shooting with ten people killed at a supermarket the victims were found outside and inside the king soopers grocery store boulder police chief Maris Herold fought back tears as she announced one of their own was among the ten victims Sir sorry about the loss of officer tally describing him as her ROIC as he responded to the call of a man with a rifle the ROIC actions of this officer shoppers say they heard gunfire and saw the victims on the ground district attorney Michael Doherty these are people going about their day doing their food shopping and there lies a cut of roughly and tragically short a man was seen being taken away in handcuffs with blood running down his leg this is the seventh mass killing this year alone in the United States the second this month hi Jackie Quinn
'It's a great vaccine': Donald Trump recommends supporters get COVID-19 vaccine as polls show hesitancy
"Former president Trump is telling Americans to get the covert vaccine admitting to Fox News, many of those refusing the shots or his supporters. We have our freedoms, and we have Tonto live by that, but it's a great vaccine. It's a safe vaccine and it Z. Something that works. A recent PBS Maris poll finds almost half of Republican men don't plan on getting the vaccine. The trumps were vaccinated privately before leaving
Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder
"Large party. It's see you last night turned into a riot. Three police officers were hurt. Boulder police Chief Maris Harold says the people responsible We'll be caught. But believe me, we have excellent body. One camera video, the community of sending this video. There will be arrest. There's no word yet on what sparked the riot. Those officers are expected to be
With 'Raya,' Disney has their biggest animated action hero to date — and yes, she's still a princess
"Chang says the new Disney film Riot, and the last Dragon is not just for kids. He calls it a gorgeously animated fantasy adventure with a hopeful message. For this moment, the movie began streaming on Disney plus today. Ryan and the last Dragon is the lovely moving surprise. Its big selling point is that it's the first Disney animated film to feature Southeast Asian characters. Like so many movies that break ground in terms of representation, it tells a story that's actually woven from reassuringly familiar parts. Didn't mind that in the slightest. The movie directed by the Disney veteran Don Hall and the animation newcomer Carlos Lopez. Estrada brings us into a fantasy world that's been beautifully visualized and populated with engaging characters. And it builds to an emotional climax that I'm still thinking about days later. Story is a little complicated as these stories tend to be It takes place in command Ra and enchanted realm inspired by various Southeast Asian cultures and divided into five kingdoms, named after a dragon's body parts heart Thing, spine, Talyn and tail. Before they became extinct centuries ago. Dragons once roamed the land and served as friendly guardians to humanity. Their magic lives on in a Jule called the Dragon Gym, which is kept in a cave in the heart, but the other four kingdoms covet. It's mighty powers. One day all five factions come together and try to reach a peace agreement. But tensions erupt. Ah fight breaks out, and the gem shatters into five pieces that are scattered across come, Andhra. This opens the doorway to an ancient enemy called Bedroom, a terrible plague that turns people to stone. Actually, a hero must rise and save the day. Her name is Ryan. And she's a young warrior princess from heart voiced by the excellent Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars. The last Jedi. I Ryan manages to escape the drone, though her father, her body whose leader of heart isn't so lucky. Now Ryan must recover the pieces of the Dragon Jim, reverse the damage and banished that room for good. This is the first time we've seen a brave young character embark on a quest for magical bottles. And Ryan and the last Dragon is rooted in traditional fantasy lore with the Lord of the Rings and game of Thrones being just the most obvious influences. Movies, Intense scenes of sword play and hand to hand combat. Give it a tougher, more grown up field and most Disney animated fantasies. My own young daughter had to cover her eyes a few times. Some other recent Disney princesses, including marijuana, and Elsa Ryan has a bold, adventurous streak and isn't all that interested in romance? Unlike them, she doesn't even have time to sing a song. That said the movie still has plenty of lightness and humor. Screenwriters. Quick win and Adele Limb have provided the usual Disney array of cute critters and lively supporting characters. None of them is more colorful than see Soo Ah friendly water Dragon who is magically resurrected during riots journey. She's the last of her kind, and she has a crucial role to play in the story. She's voiced delightfully by Aquafina doing one of her signature chatterbox comedy routines and selling everyone of ceases and naturalistic wisecracks. In one scene, she touches a piece of the dragon Jim and magically Lights up. Which riots sees as a hopeful sign. You were glowing. Oh, thank you. I use Alan Rivers climb. Maintain my know this'd my little sister office magic. I got that glow in your little sister's much jack. Yet. Every dragon has a unique magic. Okay, What's yours? I am a really strong swimmer. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. You touch this gym piece, and it gave you powers. You know what this means? Right? I no longer need a night light. What? No, you're still connected to the jumps. Magic, not means you can still use it to save the world. If we can get all the other Jen pieces, you can reassemble it and, well, the drooling away. And bring my bar back and bring all of commander back Ryan and sees his journey takes them toe. All five kingdoms of command ra all of which are so vivid and transporting, I found myself wishing they really existed. More than I could have at least seen them on a proper movie screen. There's the town of talent, which is built at the edge of a river and the desert wasteland of tail where Ryan and See Soo must enter a cave of obstacles straight out of an Indiana Jones adventure. As the two of them search for more dragon Jim pieces. They, of course, pick up a few friends along the way. There's a street smart boy who cooks a mean shrimp Con ji and a toddler pickpocket, whom I found more creepy than cute. The movie's most intriguing character is no Mari arrival. Princess from Fang, who's voiced by Gemma Chan. As a side note. Chan and Aquafina both appeared in crazy rich Asians, which, like this movie was co written by Adele Limb. Mari and Roya used to be friends until the fight over the dragon Jim rip them apart. Now they're bitter enemies, and their emotional dynamic is fierce and complicated in ways that relationships are rarely allowed to be in Children's animated films, especially between women. Contrast, See, Sue is all feel good vibes. She's a dragon, after all, with little understanding of how treacherous humans can be. She doesn't get by riot and the Mari distrust each other so why they can't just set their differences aside and defeat the drone together. It's Caesar's sincerity and purity of heart. That makes the stories finale so unexpectedly stirring, especially now. Our fates are closely bound together. It reminds us as it builds a case for forgiveness, reconciliation and mutual sacrifice. The emotional power of riot and the last dragon sneaks up on you. Its lessons aren't knew exactly, but it makes you feel like you're learning them for the first time. Justin
"maris" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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"maris" Discussed on AP News
"Right on Roger Maris sports history in Jackson listening to radio news a person who knows about the operations at the federal jail in New York where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself says one of the two people guarding him the night he died wasn't a regular correctional officer person spoke on condition of anonymity adding that Epstein hanged himself with a bed sheet federal prisons face shortages of fully trained guards are using support staff to fill in for correctional officers including clerical workers and teachers a second person also speaking on condition of anonymity says investigators found the guards who were supposed to check on F. teen every thirty minutes spent several hours between checks before he was found on Saturday have Steen was awaiting trial on sexual trafficking charges Attorney General William Barr says those who helped him are still being investigated and could face charge let me assure you that this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with abstain accusers of abstain say his that should scrap the non prosecution agreement a negotiated with Florida federal prosecutors more than a decade ago court filing came in a long running lawsuit against the government by women who claim they were not consulted about the two thousand a plea deal as required by the federal crime victims rights act but pretty sick prosecutors say a long time friend of Dayton gunmen counter bats either in Cali bot body armor a gun accessory and a one hundred round magazine for him last year Holly was involved because bats wanted to hide the purchase of these of this ammunition are if there is magazine body armor and A. R. part from his parents US attorney Benjamin Glassman says Kali didn't know what bats was planning but he lied about his drug use on a federal firearms form when you bought a pistol not used in the attack this is a P. radio news tumblr the Darling of early social media is being sold again this time by Verizon logging platform word press is the buyer tumblr is known for its devoted fanbase and has been home to some angry post from celebrities like Taylor swift tumblr it was sold to Melissa Meyers Yahoo in twenty thirteen for more than a billion dollars promise to not screw it up the rise in inherited tumblr when it bought Yahoo it had hoped the deal would help create an ad business to compete with Google and Facebook it didn't work Verizon is cut jobs and is sold from Yahoo properties tumblr angered many users last year when it banned porn I'm a Donna he's starting next week forty thousand census bureau workers will fan out across the country verifying and updating people's addresses into run after the twenty twenty census a listers will walk every block of every street in the nation to make sure the physical addresses match those in the government files on to acquire a B. radio news radio to require person who knows about the operations at the federal jail in New York.
"maris" Discussed on AP News
"On Roger Maris grasp sports history Jack sooner listening to falling bear because the northern California police officer to crashes patrol car last weekend a humble county sheriff's deputy was answering a report of a drug overdose off state route ninety six when a bear fell or jumped onto the car apparently from a steep hill the bear smashed the hood and windshield the patrol car hit a bump and rolled onto its side and burst into flames the deputy wasn't seriously hurt and the fire was contained the California department of transportation said in a statement don't worry the bear also fled the scene another risk has been attributed to E. cigarettes a please Mike roster reports the scientists say the flavorings used in them could lead to heart trouble researchers at Stanford university's cardio vascular institute report the flavoring in E. cigarettes may be harmful to the heart the researchers report in the journal of the American college of cardiology they grew cells that normally line healthy blood vessels in laboratory dishes and expose the cells to six different ease cigarette flavorings the sells and sells bathed in blood taken from people right after we had an E. cigarette showed signs of damage and inflammation cinnamon and menthol seemed the most toxic flavorings an expert who was not part of the study says small studies like this aren't definitive but there should be additional testing Mike Ross via Washington trop and guns I'm Tim acquire than AP news by the president trump says he is optimistic gun law changes are coming I have a lot of respect for.