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"mark head" Discussed on Acquired
"Yup okay david so take us forward. They sell the business to hp. What's going on after that. So we've alluded to needing a couple times along the way mark head started naming. A what year is this. What year stops sale. I can't we did the episode with michelle easter. Yeah which was so great that hp and bought the company way back in early acquired history. So i wanna say it was two thousand five. I think actually don't ever in down. When mark started naming it was two thousand. Seven when obsolete was sold to hp okay so mark was gone along with ning and anding was sort of a away for any community to launch their own social network. I guess kind of in a way like what we have with our slack like white label facebook. Yeah once again ahead of its time mark. I think was not super thrilled with how that was going so he ended up stepping back fulltime brought in right after the acquisition doppler acquisition brought in jason rosenthal from ops wear who had been a netscape guy before that to come in and run ning mark. Step back to just being a chairman so remembered now in two thousand seven. We're now in the heyday of web. Two point zero which it's so funny like any other point in time if we hadn't had the tech bubble and the crash and everything lived through here. The rest of the market would have been gaga over. Facebook linked in singa shudder fly and was stored. Butterfield's i flicker Flicker and everything that was going on. It was so exciting in the valley. But because everybody's still had the hangover from web one dotto valuations were miniscule for these companies will in two thousand two thousand one two thousand to even in two thousand three venture firms weren't raising new funds so everyone's precious holding onto the last sunday..
"mark head" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For the men, you and everything happening at Dilly Fellow musketeers trying to storm back again the trail of a halftime 32 to 24 title to 38 currently trail by two 40 38 Musketeers with the basketball nine on the shot clock uncle working deep along the sideline, lowers the dribble into the free throw line fades away in the 17 footer, and he ties it on a little bit of a fadeaway at the right elbow. 42 4. He does that so well, Joe coming off that screen off the dribble, right? He likes to dribble drive right to the free throw line and just pull up right in your face with a basketball working behind a screen gives it up to Garcia left side of the floor along the sideline. Garden with it takes it around the top of the key to the free throw line. Throws up a floater rolls around the room. No good. Garcia, with the rebound puts it up his shots blocked by Fremantle. Fremantle, come down with a cross. The time gives it up the welter straightaway. Three is on the way off the iron. No good. In carton with the rebound. We're tied at 48 that would've given Xavier the first lead of the ballgame. It had gone down as it is, we're still tied at 40 market with the basketball 10 minutes and 45 seconds to play. In the second half. Elliot working behind the screen takes it to the right side of the four Garcia down low. They go to Theo John. Working one on one against Fremantle finds Garcia cut into the bucket. He catches it lasered over. The remedy is found by Kunkle. On the play, potentially a three point play that put Marquette up by 2 42 to 40. John E. I don't knows Avery needs to double team Theo John every time down. I mean, Theo. You know Theo John averages about eight points a game. And, you know he's got two. I'd make him make a shot Joe before I before I double team because when you do you scramble, and if you pass cleanly out of the double team than a lot of times, you're gonna get a easy look. Garcia has 11 points. He made the free throw to complete the three point play. Sacred trails by 3 43 to 40. 21 of the shot clock for the Musketeers. Jones has a high on the left point left wing down a Paul Scruggs. Paul Kunkle between the circles takes into the right side of four turns, the corner drives it down. The left side of the lane, trying to create some space does fades away and hits the two pointer right into the drove right into the jersey of Terrence. It was able to fade away on about a 12 ft or right of the lane. Safer trails by 1 43 to 42 carton with the basketball drill dribbles left elbow throws up a floater In short, no good tapped up. No good rebound taken by Welcher and he hands out the pulse drug. Xavier brings it across the timeline trailing by one With 9 47 ago. Scruggs keeping the dribble alive bounces downloaded. Fremantle faces John, and he loses it as he tried to switch it from his left to his right hand taken away by Allah. He drives it across down with the baseline left side of the floor, picking up his dribble. He's a little bit of trouble now. He throws it out. The Theo John Theo John finds the cutter and a nice lay up is made by Terrence That's a second assist. On three times down the court for Theo John. That time he was working left with Lane threw it back to a cutter on the right side of the lane savior trails by 3 45 42 with 9 15 to go. Uncle. Top of the key gives it up to Paul's drugs. Free man allowed to set a screen for Scruggs balls rotated to the corner. Jones bounces it to Wiltjer. Left side takes his time lines up. The three fires it no good rebound knocked out of bounds Last touched by Cobi Jones. Out. C J. Walter comes ask that to be taken out of the game. Maybe he just wanted. Yeah, Joe, I think he might have landed on the defender's foot and turned his ankle. As well. He's going to come out of the game. Jason Carter's gonna come in. He's definitely limping and will present it over to see Dave Fluker. Dave's had a busy evening. He's got a cramp the way they're working on and be. Yep. Are kept with the ball three point lead a 54 to go alley oop, and it's perfectly executed. Cain catches right of the bucket on the past amount of the top of the key and slams it down for two. Market now leads 47 to 42 5 point lead. Savior. He had tied it at 40 38 men again that 40 coupled with the basketball working behind the screen. Out of Fremantle. He locks up the three point shots got it free Man. Free mail hits the three often assist from Kunkle, Xavier's back within two, trailing 47 to 45 that was taken from the left point. 22 to go. You know Zac's first three pointer of the game. He's got seven points. Favorite. A man to man defense. Bounce pass left side of the floor. Picked up by torrents. Torrents takes it back to the left side of the four for visiting the top of the key. Give it up to Garcia working against Jones. Now he's double teamed with corner by Carter and Jones whips the past out. Top of the key to cane three is on the way, and he rattles that home. It was not clean by any stretch of imagination that used all the rim, but it was deep enough in the bucket and ultimately went through. That gives market of the lead of 5 50 to 45 low post to Fremantle working on Garcia. He's doubled up Paul's knocked out of his hands and last touched. By Mark Head basketball player either Garcia or Feel John Joe, both teams. They're doubling in the low post, and it's the team that can pass out of the those double teams cleaner. Is the team. That thing's gonna win this basketball game and Again. I think Xavier's been burned more often than not by double teaming. Market When I don't necessarily think they need to take a break, Marquette 50 Xavier 45 7 40 the play in the second half. This is Xavier basketball from their field I MG college on 700 wlw. Daisy of your fans. Have.
Are You Getting The Most Out Of Infosec Conferences
"Hi everyone and welcome to the cyber-security sonal. Thanks for joining us for another session. Where we sit out the hot topics insecurity welcome to all our listeners and be sure to follow us on twitter at hashtag. Cyber zone info conferences give cybersecurity professionals a chance to network here. The latest research exchange ideas and demo hacks and new tools but with so many conferences decide which wants to attend ho. Can you get the most out of your experience. Are they worth your time and money. What's it like to be a percenter or even an organizer today. We're speaking to f secure and founder of the t two infosec conference and nordheim mark head of coms for the nordic security event disobey and vice-chairwoman for health check association. Can you share with us. A little bit about your background and your involvement with infosec conferences in the background is on demos. San non freaking seen So naturally when. I when the first infosec conference he's came to be. I was really really curious. But the problem was that most of them were held in us So eagerly waiting for the european scene to wake up and when the first black hat came to europe. It was too damn most probably your two thousand or so. I booked my tickets there on being the fee niamh of first thing. I landed that the hotel. I went to the hotel bar and saw some guys there by t shirts on and when to the table and ask them so is it. Okay if i join you guys. And they're really. Yeah yeah yeah sure. Sure on four o'clock in the morning There was a guy called thor Of hammer of god. He asked me that. You're going to be talking about tomorrow and tandy and they were like okay cool and then because i was caught a part of the crew by now They invited me to all these cool. Invite only conferences like ph neutral. That was taking place in berlin and so on. And that's basically how i got involved. I'm like a person who pick and choose this. I'm not the one goes to the physical conferences. 'cause i what i would like to just know the topic and like ask around for my peers is something that you would recommend to listen or watch or whatever Because i'm not the kind of person who wants to attend to these these misleading conferences and all is these sales pitches. That's not ideal from. Am so yeah. I'm kind of picky. So therefore i i'm more and more no turning into surfing around the web and trying to ask from pierce what they would recommend me to attend like virtually roy do you do you go to physical events like at all. Yes i did. You know pre crow. Not yeah the disobey being kind of like the main event for me. It's near live in helsinki. That's kind of one that i've been like recently participated in so speaking of the recommendations like sometimes these events on conference get like glowing reviews Sometimes you just hear that they are like you said a waste of time. So what in. Your opinion makes good conference. I think the people who know their area of expertise. They're passionate about showcasing their findings so whatever and really like giving the practical examples of how they do it. That's interesting and inspiring obviously have pretty strong opinions about this one. The reason why. I founded t to was that i sold the difference between commercial offerings. An invite only events in a if you would go to places like si- mantech conference or something like that you see. These horrible sales pitches that would actually provide us zero value. And you would really learn anything besides maybe using a tool or two and then on the invite only events. You could see that. Yeah i i was playing this game called second life and then i used that port scan the internet and so on so that the discrepancy or the difference between these two it was. It was just huge. And i won't eat to have something like that. So i had some pretty strong ideals or opinions How a good security conference would look like first of all i think. Independence is a key thing here. So no sponsor can impact or affect the agenda no product picci's on each jenner represent theories on their estate on the stage because of their skills and and This is not true for majority of the conference is for of majority of the conferences. You buy this platinum sponsorship baggage or something You get a keynote. And is it's basically we have reach reached some ridiculous Papering points for this one because you go to. Rsa kino's is worth something like five hundred thousand eurostar. Something ridiculous so. I don't think that really serves the audience too. Well transparency i. that's the key ingredient. That's well so be honest how y'all don't sell your delegate packages to outsiders and so on that this is a common thing that i learned early two thousand and three or so that it's common practice that if you attend any type of event those delegates lists got sold
"mark head" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Thanks, Patty 40 four's. We had to be case home studio talking about the Broncos and what could happen in this final game you guys lost would help the Broncos get a better draft pick, but a win would give them momentum. And as you'd expect, my ass, Vic Fangio About the approach heading into the final game of the year. When he joined me on Logan and Louis yesterday, the head coach said. He's only thinking about one thing. Well, winning is what we're all about. The matter who were playing one were planned. We have a chance to go out there and get it over with and whether it be the understanding middle of the state is in their last game. We want to win whatever we're playing, and that's the number one focus this week. You hear that entire interview on the Logan and Louis Whenever you page on our website or on today's Broncos daily podcast Sunday from empower Feel that my high the Broncos welcome the Raiders to town to close out the year Nicole Yoke. It's triple double powers the Nuggets to their first win of the year. 1 24 1 11 over the Rockets last night, a ball arena. Joker had 19 points, 12 boards and a career high 18 assists. It was 43rd triple double his career tying that lever for the franchise. Mark head coach Michael Malone continues to marvel the play of his two time all stop the Coast. Fantastic tonight, you know, and what you love about Nicola Early in the season, we're going to Going into the game tonight, and he's taking upon himself to do more to bring more to help this team or and when your when your best player one of your best players says that mentality You know that sets the tone for everybody else, and I got to look to even the record of 500 when they play tonight at eight o'clock in Sacramento, Tad Boyle. See you bust men's basketball team Falls 88 74 their Pac 12 opener at Arizona. The look Get back in the win column Thursday night against USC in Los Angeles and see if you open Mountain West play with 75 53 win over visiting Fresno State last night. Will host the Bulldogs again tomorrow afternoon at Moby called Or I'll see you. Both football team looked and their season on a positive note tonight in San Antonio. The Alamo Bowl kickoff against number 20, Texas at seven. Our pre game coverage right here on K Away starts at five o'clock that sports I'm bringing crystal uncaring his radio on the Broncos bus rock carry.
"mark head" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"11 o'clock, 35 degrees cloudy with light snow arriving by late afternoon and southeast Wisconsin highs around 38 from the WTMJ breaking news center Ambrosi Mellberg will black eyes to blame for this morning's accidents and Southeast Wisconsin, the worst impacted areas where bridges and overpasses in Milwaukee County, they included 94 between the Mitchell interchange. Howard Avenue, 7 94 between the Home Bridge and the mark Head interchange 8 94 between the Hail and Mitchell interchanges and 43 North bound around Capitol. We are waiting word of any significant injuries from the accidents this morning, law enforcement sources told CBS News that investigators are looking into whether the suspect in the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville may be targeting communication infrastructure. CBS News is Pat Melton has more witnesses told investigators that he may have had an issue with five G technology. And the online conspiracy theories that stem from it. Online conspiracy theories range from governments invasion of privacy to the spread of virus. The RV van, which contained the explosive device had been parked at a TNT in downtown Nashville. Before the explosion. The explosion knocked out Internet and cell phone service. From Nashville to Alabama. Law enforcement source confirmed that the suspects now deceased father once worked for a TNT called a 19 testing remains down, and local health officials are asking Wisconsinites to continue getting tested. Even with the vaccine on the horizon, Jefferson County epidemiologists Sam Braun's Giovanni tells TMJ four news. There's been a pretty significant reduction. The overall numbers cases that working for me each day where we were once confirming about 100 cases a day we're now confirming closer to 30, Wisconsin health officials reported 632 new cases and 40 death Saturday, some of the lowest number seen since the summer. Well, you may be enjoying this time a year. It's important to keep in touch with loved ones and friends who may be struggling with Holiday depression,.
"mark head" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"News on Wisconsin's radio station news radio. W T M J 7 32. I'm Jean Miller you W m tries to stop the spread and Jane at their T shirt weather comes to an end on Brian D. Things finally looking up in Madison 43 cell found that accident at the end of the North Avenue on ramp is finally cleared out of the way. We've got Easter westbound 94 looking great 17 minutes from highway 16 needed downtown 41 south on 15 from her with you to the zoo South 43 brown the road with Mark head will take you out Well, And 43 94 north down late napping downtown will be seven minutes with traffic and weather together on the tents on the las T m j dot com Isolated morning rain, then more widespread showers this afternoon could see some storms that could also be severe high Today of 69, Rain and wind giving way to clearing skies Tonight Low 34 66 degrees in Milwaukee, 7 33. I'm the W T. M. J breaking news Center amid a third wave of the Corona virus pandemic. UW Milwaukee will up its testing ability, offering free rapid testing on campus starting today. TMG fours. Ryan Jenkins, These rapid test can provide the results and let someone know if they've tested positive for Cove in 19, and as little as 15 minutes. The abbot Dine axe. Now tests are free for anyone ages five and up. That includes staff and students or anyone else from the public who wants one. All you have to do is go online and register and the test will be available at any UW on campus. So not only here in Milwaukee, but in walks are in Washington County, Wisconsin, rather one of the hardest hit states during this new wave, the 70 rolling average for daily positive tests now it more than 5000 with more than 2000. People hospitalized. Dr Asheesh John dean of the Brown University. The school of Public Health on ABC is GM A says Visors data showing it's Kobe 19 vaccine is more than 90% effective is better news than many had expected. But he says he's worried about the weeks and months ahead, urging the U. S to take more aggressive action. Now Mass are absolutely essential. I think Congress needs to get money to states and states need to expand testing. We can start identifying people instead of missing them. Those air two critical things that I think a really important right now. Everybody should be pulling in the same direction. Us. Now approaching 240,000 deaths are string of summer like weather coming to an end. Today Storm Team four meteorologist Brian is, Danske says rain will move in the Southeast Wisconsin and bringing with it a big cool down November and December. Whatever surprised if we had maybe a 60 degree day here or there? No, but Definitely a stretch of several days over a week now of 70 degree temperatures that that's it. Your full five day forecast will happen that about 7 40. Coming up. It's turkey time and you can help w t. M J news time. 7 35 Jim Griffin talks candidly was John Burke. You're so Jim. You didn't start out being the number one dealer statewide in a lot of your brands. What does it take to be and stay number one in the car business? Well, John, you're not going to believe this, but I think most car dealers are a little bit competitive. Just a little bit. I I have been competitive my whole life and you know, you just do the right things and you come to work and yourself. Cars and you put yourself in position. Tau win. That title usually were right there in the running. We want to earn your business and we work very hard to get that business. How important is it that people leave and feel really good When they feel real good. They're going to tell other people. If you dropped the ball, they're going to tell twice a cz. Many people you have to take care of that customer. Period. Is it Griffin, Ford, Walkinshaw, Griffin, Chevy and Griffins Have Milwaukee Griffin, Ford, Lincoln, Fort Atkinson or Griffin Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Jefferson? My God, Mrs Crane to thank you for trusting metal roofing systems with her new permanent metal rough. I went on to explain how she's going to love her new metal roof and that the transformation was going to be breathtaking. Well, she put me in my place. Mrs. Crane explained to me that she didn't hire us because of our home was goingto look. She invested in a permanent mental rough because she knew that her husband would never again have to go up and shovel off the roof. You see, she's been trying to keep Jim off the road for years with a metal roof. The snow just slide right off every few days or so, and he won't be going up there for ongoing maintenance because there is no ongoing maintenance. These are just a couple of many reasons why you might consider a permanent rough over a temporary conventional rough. You can see pictures of homes just like yours with the designer metal roof at our online showroom, beautiful.
"mark head" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For their alleged censorship of conservative voices. Organizer, Philip Anderson was Buddha's. He addressed the crowd, he told reporters later He was punched in the mouth. One of my teeth were knocked out and then the other one was like dangling her kind of bad this counter. Protesters said. They had to take a stand against a event like this, because I absolutely believe in free speech, but I'm also anti fascism. At least three officers suffered non life threatening injuries. Todd and ABC News 17 residents in South Boston. And forced out of their home when a car crashes into their building last night. Boston Fire says the crash happened after seven PM on East Third Street and the utilities have been shut off a the building. The driver of the car was taken in the hospital. There's no word yet on their injuries or what caused the crash In Marblehead, a cyclist was med flighted to the hospital after he was hit by a car yesterday afternoon. It happened before five PM at the corner of Pleasant Street and Mohawk Road, Mark. Head Fire department says the cyclist was a man in his thirties and was flown to a Boston hospital with a serious head injury. Police are investigating Harvard professor spreading the word about disparities in the health care system for people with disabilities. Dr. Lisa Ayse Oni will speak at the University of Rhode Island on October 22nd. The lecture is free. And open to the public. It's 3 51 Countdown.
"mark head" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Capital One assistant. What's in your wallet back out of the TV doubleheader, Giants and Dodgers tonight was supposed to have Clayton Kershaw starting for Los Angeles. But he hurt his back All the Gonzalez in L, a phrase that they were trying to be prudent with holding him out of the start, And he said that they were going to air on the side of caution with this. I think it's still a little bit early. One positive might have been that Clayton felt better heat he injured, in fact, in the weight room on Tuesday, according to Dave Robertson. He reportedly felt better on Wednesday, and it sounds like from what they said that he just couldn't get. It loosened up on Thursday when he came back to the ballpark, But it is concerning I mean, look that there was one question mark heading into the season holiday rotation. It was all about the Dodger pitching, Dustin may get the call and the Dodgers and Giants as soon as we're done with the Nationals and the Yankee City, back to Chris Singleton, John shall be book Erin judges. Single and double halfway home to the cycle. All starting already, folks. Great Kevin winner right there. 2020 60 games, folks means less opportunities for the cycle. I'm here for Welcome to opening night. ESPN radio. John Singleton. Yankees lead the Nationals 321 As we go. The top of the fourth pitch, the gardener. Brett Gardner takes a curve for strike already struck out swinging his first time he had a career high 28 homers. Last year. Six years old, longest tenured player on this team. You won It's through there for a strike..
"mark head" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Looks good though twelve minutes brown your roads the mark head north on ninety four late now they would have downtown that's coming in at about fifteen minutes that is an extra eight minutes the traffic and weather together on the tens and Debbie lots of good WTMJ pela W. I. dot com transceiver traffic partly cloudy breezy cool today a high of fifty six for tonight partly cloudy and a low of forty five rain returns tomorrow showers are likely for your Saturday a high of sixty right now in Milwaukee forty seven degrees at seven thirty one. CBS news special report a new reading on the economy Justin CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins us live with the September jobs numbers so the report showed one hundred thirty six thousand jobs created during the month a little bit less than expected however the two prior months those were revised higher by forty five thousand I should note the unemployment rate it dropped down to three and a half percent that's the lowest since nineteen sixty nine but not for the right reason because people left the labor force and speaking of labor jail to the GM strike have any impact on the numbers well again this is forty eight thousand workers at GM and it did not affect these numbers because the strike began after the labor department conducted its survey if it were to last into next week those GM job losses would show up in the October employment report but not in this one CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez WTMJ news time seven thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center Milwaukee police chief Alfonso moralis is another step closer to getting a new contract the fire and police commission taking those steps Thursday night to get the public now involved in the re appointment process two hours into that meeting moralis got to.
"mark head" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I'm doing very good thank you you know it is very very hot here in Denver Colorado. I'm going to assume that it's hotter in the General Bay area so I don't have room to complain about that but been getting some hiking going on and well. The rapids haven't been great the last three games but the games have all been very exciting so from a rider standpoint. I always have a story to write about so that's not anything to complain about and I guess on that note Joel since we're talking about the San Jose earthquakes <hes> what are your thoughts on the recent game three one victory for the quakes against the Vancouver whitecaps a complete performance yet again from the quakes obviously not shower given the fact that you know the whitecaps were able to get on the board early on from the set piece play which I think is going to be the rapids tool come Saturday. I think they really they need to manage that the quake stu you and the rapid knees to their advantage but we can talk about that moving forward in a little bit but yet going back to that game against the caps in Vancouver you know again you know the quake demonstrated did not only to the caps but to the entire league that they're a legitimate team you know I guess I've made that at the moment has what I think is the most sophisticated style in the league the most sophisticated steam as scheme. Sorry thought provoking. It's played with pace. It's direct. It's attack oriented and a bit peculiar. You know it's it's not something that you see on this side of of the Atlantic Atlantic for at least you don't see it in North America all that much you might see it in in Mexico given the fact that there's a lot of South American influence there but yeah you know good times Asher San Jose at the moment but they'll be the first ones to tell you that you know they don't WanNa get too high. Let's take a look back at sort of the season and how we got here because I think the path to. This is fascinating and I'm not sure I fully understand it. San Jose earthquakes win in air quotes here the wooden spoon last season obviously massive changes in the front office but not a lot of changes as far as the roster personnel are concerned. Matisse Omega comes in off of his success. Oh with all the turmoil at Kiva Stay Guadalajara. He says they're going to spend a little bit of money so far. They haven't really done that and then they lose the first four games in the season. There's turmoil potentially Almeida's going back to Mexico the team. It doesn't seem at all on the same page as far as the man marking system defensively or what they're doing offensively they stabilize and now as you said I think proving that they're going to be a contender indefinitely a playoff team in the western conference seven one and two in their last ten games. That includes two wins over the galaxy who just beat L. A._F._C.. How the heck did we get here? Given where this team was four games into the season will I think I think that you know they a they hit. They hit a point in the season. Aware you know they had no choice than to really reflect on the way that they were carrying themselves on specifically talking about the players. I've talked about it time and time again I said it at the beginning of the season and I've said it before when the team was doing bad. Yes I feel like anyone who covered the team was able it had the capacity to talk about. You know the the quality within the earthquakes locker. It's not the best but it's also not the poorest they have enough talent island in and we're seeing that now they have not enough talent to squeeze into the playoffs and we know we know this that in this league making playoffs is it asking for much you know when half the teams in the League or nearly half the teams in the league's eggs may get in into this into the same elimination tournament. You know it's it's not the biggest accomplishment now you know they had an epiphany i. I don't know what really happened. You know in that locker but but that's what made that does I guess you can see it as a form of brainwashing even you know he really just gets into the inner linings of of the of the human brain and and and you know of of the human consciousness and he really flips a switch somewhere in there he's <hes> he's a motivator. He's he's a player I coach and he feels all all this with with the passion that he lived with as a player and he'll say that to you time and time again so I think that's what really happened is that you know this team had to go through that under on Mehta to really come out of it you know they they could have done it. They get it done it with anyone else this is this is simply just a form of art. You know this is this is a Maida you know as as best and it goes to show four times in a row now that it doesn't matter what team it is. You know what they're satcher is within their respective leagues. I've made a has the capability and in this case I'm giving almost full credit time made up by the way because honestly I I'm of the belief that if it wasn't on May that this team would still be absolutely I definitely see what you're saying about sort of Almeida imposing his culture and his identity of what he wanted a team that he had I'd say as a player and as a manager in Argentina and certainly with Cheetahs and then now with the quakes one thing that I'm really really curious about you mentioned their style of playing. I'll say in the Games that I've watched the quakes. The man marking they do defensively is absolutely fantastic to wash. I'm not sure that I fully figured it out in my credit G._P._S. said after the most recent Kelly classical that he doesn't know what happened so maybe nobody's figuring them out talk about what the quakes are doing defensively and in particular from my standpoint. I think there's an incredible value in them zagging and executing. Cuting that ZAG when the rest of the League is trying to zig. Will you know if you start really digging into made us background. It doesn't really take that much to really find the treasure that's buried under under his resume. Any only have to go back to the late nineties early two thousands when Phil <unk> was was the coach of Argentina. You know that that's where the magic lies. That's where a lot of it is is this is based off of it is is much logan says tactics his defensive tactic. What he promotes players to do that is to run to run run run for their life on the field? I think he said Foregin Oh. There's no reason for a player not to be moving on the fields while the clock is ticking and that's kind of what might the as basis this man marking system on is that at all times players players need being constant movement movement there floating pieces and you know there's really no excuse for them not to be behind the ball are are not to be closing spaces and surprising opponents when they first touched the ball and that has been a huge part of their success on the field but I think the other part to that hasn't really been talked about. Is there fluid attacking style. You know it's fluid but at the same time it's direct and it's very ambitious you know like the quakes ambitious turnaround at the start of the season by hiring I made the ambition has kind of leaked over I onto the field. You know this is a team that is very daring and I think a player that really embodies that is one of their winter signings and that was <hes> status be Nassir. He's a player like I said that just really embodies. What left with this with this new era is all about it's all about moving forward when you're up one hill and you can sit back? You're not even thinking about sitting back. You're not even thinking of not being on the ball you want possession which wishes a huge huge part of Mehta's game is possession possession possession constant movement with the ball but forward momentum. It's it's all about you know using that impetus in just going and going and going and you know putting shots on Frayne consistently and that's what they done in you know the statistics don't lie the quake side of outnumbered opponents. I think in the last two games seventy two to twelve if I'm not okay. Can I have the numbers in front of me but I think it's seventy two shots to twelve and this is what this is what you know. Opponents are having to deal with but for some reason there you know there are things on the web obviously and in things that have been written throughout time that <hes> that really say about this style made us playing. It's not new it's not new but I made a has really has really done his homework and he's really taken <hes> in the most valuable assets that he's learned throughout his career in one of those. Is You know like you said you know the topic of of this small conversation we're having is is that man marking system that is heavily heavily her influenced by I want to talk about one player who obviously is the face of the franchise in Chris Wanda Lousy. He starts off the season on the bench. You know there are jokes that you know I I was making a joke at one point that I just wanted to come in and score a goal so that I could forget about the quake season because the only thing that was relevant was Chris Wanda Lousy scoring a goal and breaking Landon Donovan's all-time goal record he comes into a game he gets four in a row he goes on an absolute flute tear and now he's been a little bit more of a bench player. You talked a little about the attack what's going on with the quake striker situation and where does Wando fit in that right now. Hold Chris was awarded goal on Saturday Saturday against Vancouver and he's actually been starting quite a bit <hes> hasn't really seen. He seemed the bench he's been. He's been sobbing off as flavor again. Who's who a lot of people you know? Within within the the earthquake circle can can argue that deserves the starting role but you know one does he's only goal away from from ten league goals this season. It would make it ten seasons seasons in a row obviously league record for ten straight years. You scored more than ten goals a season. It's remarkable. You know what this players doing. At the age of thirty six is beyond <hes> anyone's imagination to be honest. I think even beyond his it's just really hard to get used to. You know you have a player who really i. I know I'm not saying anything New Year but he's not the flashiest yes. He's not the most skilled he's not the most technical you know he's just <hes> he's just all in all a poacher you know killer inside the box in and he's going through. He's living through a pretty good moment right now. I I was the one that when people were calling for him to to be benched. I said there's no reason to you know his track. Record shows it. There's no way that overnight you know Wando has suddenly we lost it. All you know there's no way that can happen and you know obviously. He showed us that you know. There's there's still some left something left in the tank and you know I I think <hes> <hes> Saturday could definitely be the day that he breaks another record. Well said let's talk about some of the other players who again. I'm just going back to what this team was like last year and I'm still amazed that effectively the same group of players players and what they look like collectively and individually under Mikhail Star and then now what they're looking like under Matthias Omega and in particular you know I've been impressed with what I've seen for..
"mark head" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I think this was an N._F._l.. Player I would say after video review the call on the field stands. Sounds good goal Yep Yeah I. I had a lot of questions about that. Goal to related look like it was manifestly offside but I think your points about attempting to play the ball are are are there and I also think thank you know going back way back. <hes> you know to Abu Bakar trying to clear the ball on that second goal. It's it it's not a great clearance and that happens. Sometimes you know that's one of those things I think is is an under we saw under under valued skill in both goalkeepers and in centrebacks and fullbacks too but <hes> the ability not only to get to a ball and in get clearance on a ball but really a clear that ball away and I think it's the thing you know I've been critical of Tim Howard on at least a couple of occasions over the last couple of years where <hes> yeah he he got to the ball yet. He blocked the ball but he really needed a punch because there were players at the edge of the box if he cleared it with a with a tap that we're gonNA just put it right back and and it's it's not it's not fair because it's a very hard thing to do. It's like oh he made his save but his save wasn't good enough to to keep from from leading a second effort comeback in but it's the difference between great end amazing or good and great and that's the same thing with Abubakar is like you know lots of centrebacks are gonNA clear. The ball is a centreback gonNA clear the ball out of the box in a way that really accomplishes the best possible result. I think those are the elite skills of your top level athletes when you're trying to figure out how to be a better player. You're trying to figure out not like. Can I get to that ball but like when I get to that ball. What am I going to do it? It's the thing that I work with with the kids at the at this low level of like when I was when I'm coaching you tens of like new weights and and so on where it's not just great job kicking the ball but like when you kick the ball you just wind up in hit it as hard as you good. Did you have have a plan of where you were kicking it. What are you going to do with that ball thinking thinking before you get to it and you not a high high level? It's you know approaching that ball on being able to do with it what you will <hes> at at the moment that comes to you absolutely marking you know that's. That's something that if Abu Bakar does it then I think you know like fans are immediately giving a cheer possibly going there fee and you know here. We're reviewing. It is probably one of the good things we have from the game but that's something that I'd say probably three to four times in a single match we would expect Virgil Van Dyke to do for Liverpool and I think that just speaks to the level of speed of play in anticipation that I think shows where emily still has some catching up to do with regard to the world class last leagues in world class players in soccer and then let's go kinda chronologically just generally the Sam Nicholson in attacking position and is he impeded by a player for N._y._C. A._F._C.. I asked specifically about the one that there wasn't any contact on Marco. We'll talk about this concept in general so on the poor reporter question folks the other question that I had was any play involving Sam Nicholson and Sebastian e Bega contacted the edge of the box that was not called a foul also differentiating it from the other ones. What was the reason behind the decision was and so the response I got was the amount of contact was not deemed to be a foul consistent with the other decisions throughout the match? I've gone back and looked at the replay. A couple all of times mark and neither official really has a good view. Whatever contact is or isn't happening over the back possibly bega clipping the back leg of Sam Nicholson? That's at an angle to where Sam Nicholson's body is blocking things for the <music> sideline official the assistant referee on the near side and then he'd Betas back is directly purpose. If you draw a line out of Vegas back that's directly where Chris Penn so is so. I don't know that either of anybody really had a good view on the actual contact on a few of the replays that I've looked on any of the sequences or there's some question there isn't really good camera angle so again I think we kind of have to you have to lean towards giving the official dependent for the Dow just because there's not video evidence that suggests otherwise is but this is this is a concept that I think generally exists. We've seen a little bit more and soccer. You can look at Carlos Vela in traffic over the weekend for example where it's late in the match players are desperate and you know they're just doing anything they can do to try and draw draw a column that situation and in some players doing that refs have to call it as if they're being as if they're suspicious of everybody not saying that Sam Nicholson dope on that sequence or anyone but just the specter of that is what is expected in the game therefore the officials are going to correct and then some guys sometimes a player doesn't get the benefit of the doubt in a situation that normally you would say it's absolutely FAO just because how everybody else is playing the Game Theory your thoughts on that individual sequence and just that concept in in general yeah I I. I'm GonNa just completely go your side and not Belabor it too much yeah. I think he said it will okay so I guess on that. No mark like is there. was there any critical referee decision that you saw it on this match. The you have real gripes about as far as like reviewing either procedural or personnel decisions as it relates. We've had this and other games for the rapids where we've had real issues with how the rules were being interpreted or them being inconsistent with how the rest of the League was calling things or how an individual ref would call them and other games or how other teams would be called in them whether it was a procedure with V._R.. Or certain ball the hand versus handball being called like was there anything really in there that you saw ah that like you're you're up in arms about that. You'd really like to sit down and Hash things out with our web over pro I I wasn't I acknowledge. You know. Maybe I wasn't paying close enough attention but I acknowledged that every once in a while you're gonNA have a game that has a lot of close calls. Sometimes you'RE GONNA have a game that just has a lot of physicality and a lot of violence and sometimes you're going to have a game. That's like this where there's a bunch of like moments where the wrath either has swallowed swallow their whistle and it's a hard thing to do. The wrath has a blow their whistle in a difficult situation in a game changing decision and I just didn't think that I think all I think there were a lot of decisions for Chris to make but I didn't disagree with any any of them to be honest and that's not always the case there are times when I watched the referees be too active or not active enough. I throw up my hands. This was a game where I was like yeah. There were a lot of decisions to make the referees generally made them and the game played laid out is it was I don't think you can I am also generally not someone who thinks the game is won or lost by the referees when you allow the opponent to have twenty nine shots on goal you're going to lose. There's there's just no way about it. It's amazing only lost two to one considering when you get peppered with that many shots and and specifically a lot of those shots were <hes> you know within the eighteen yard yard box like you're going to lose so I don't think it behooves us to try and pin this on the wraps. That's the thing that fans like to do and there's nothing wrong with that to say like the game would have been totally different if but like the reality is we were outplayed in the red card was correct and there's nothing you can do about it. Well said Mark <hes> I guess on that note guests who is wrapping this week's Colorado rapids game. Oh my God when you say that there's only one name that comes to mind <hes> although there's a second possibility isn't it Baldomero Toledo it is Baldomero so late no g chaos all right. We've got a great segment of know THY enemy market. I let me just read the stats for the sake of completeness listeners. We are currently twenty one thirty four through the Colorado rapids twenty nine thousand nine season. They're sitting tied with Vancouver on points but are ahead on goal differential so eleven eleven in the Western Conference with twenty twenty points on those twenty one games played they have a Pailin drome score record of five eleven and five with a negative ten goal difference this week. They'll be playing San Jose earthquakes stadium on on Saturday. <hes> San Jose earthquakes are fifth in the Western Conference. They've got thirty four points off of twenty. One Games played ten seven and four is their record and they've got a plus for goal differential San Jose at home this year seven three and won their first three home games games. They lost mark so there are seven Oh in one sense then and the Colorado rapids are one five in three away from D._S._p.. Park this year really quickly before we go to know thy enemy mark any thoughts that you have on this match. Yeah I mean I'm sure you're going to hear about it <hes> I. I'm looking forward to hearing this interview after it's posted also <hes> but the you know the key to San Jose is Matias Almeida's man-marking system <hes> and the concepts except that not only is it a good system just by itself but the fact that nobody else in major league soccer does this thing called man marking which is basically matching up one on one all over the field defensively and following bring your gal around is the thing you know you hear all about in basketball man to man defense but in soccer you just is not done. Nobody does it <hes> and you know I'll Almeida as the savant of this <hes> the thing that makes it other than the fact that it just ineffective the defense so effective is that it's just different than everybody else. Nobody else does this in so if you're conor Casey you're trying to get the rapids ready for it but you only have you know roughly four days five days of practice to get them ready for it and it's not enough time to kind of fully shift the brains over to this system so that's a thing to to worry about an with with the rapids. It's a major disadvantage for them coming into this game with that listeners let's head over to the enemy where I speak with Joel Sawyer the editor in chief of EPI center and a contributor to black NASUL on the youtube. We'll be right back. Welcome back listeners to holding the high line with Rabbi and read my name's Matt Pollard Right now. We've got a special segment of know I know the enemy for you bringing on Joel Soria at Soria Joel football on twitter he is the editor in chief of quake's epicenter. He's a regular host on black sue a San Jose earthquakes themed Youtube Channel and full disclosure once upon a time Joe was one of the contributors to last on soccer and I was his editor Joel. How are you my friend? I'm doing well Matt. It's it's a pleasure to talk to you once again and thank you so much for forget me on the show are are you. I'm Oh God. Our guest never asked me how I'm doing..
"mark head" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"The rapids look decent against a team that is one of the better sides in M._l._S. so? I think that that's always an important thing to to point out I think I said they were GONNA lose two to nothing and they only lost two to one so. That's my that's my good thing is all the other thing is that that's a good thing is that I actually got a prediction right for once. The other time I got trashed on on Reddit and twitter was one. I predicted the rapids. <unk> tank the L. Against the L. A._F._C.. Actually one <hes> like I said I don't like predicting but <hes> you know I think I think <hes> to say that. They lost but looks better than I thought they were GonNa Ana against a very good. M._l._S. side is is damning by faint praise. <hes> you know I think the that Jonathan Lewis keeps showing up is another way of looking at this. I think you said it well by saying saying that monetary. The probably scored on his own goal but I'm happy that Sebastian Andersen got accredited to him but the reality was that goal was completely created by Jonathan Lewis especially the way he looped that ball in an over and an infront <hes> <hes> he's just been a delight to watch. He's been really on fire for the rapids up till now. What was your good thing that <hes> yet Sam Nicholson again be a really competent super-sub? There's been some questions hurled at me on twitter about about why isn't he starting and I've still heard a couple rumblings that maybe they're being a little bit more cautious with that hamstring especially when you know Anthony Hudson Really Push Sam Nicholson when he was dealing with the back issue when it was it was something that they had managed but it was something that had to be aware era of and then he pulls up in the game at l.. E._F._C.'s so I think they're being a little bit more cautious with him and then Jack Price stepping in you know the foot appears to be okay and all things considered giving you know playing almost sixty minutes down a man and everything I thought he did okay noci Kamara Mar that was a little bit problematic but you know Andre Shinya she backing his natural position you know as a solo forward up top thought had some good moments. I just you know kind of like the New England game a couple of weeks ago. It's really hard for me to truly analyze this game because after the third minute was just it was so weird that you know how many other times the rest of the year other APP it's going to be at home up a goal but down a man. Are we really gleaming anything in terms of the tackles tactical decisions of the substitutions or anything like we can pull out individual moments bits of individual mistakes in anything like I'm not judging this team for the shot difference or possession or anything being down a man you know I if anything I echo your point that I think no matter what the circumstances are. I think Jonathan Lewis is the APPs is absolutely the straw. That serves serves the train from whiteside from wide standpoint. I think if there's no there's no red cards Sebastian Anderson and kyw cameras and here. I think we're having a very different conversation. I guess on that no mark. Where do you WANNA start with bad stuff? I mean you you said it really well. which is the third minute red card changes? Everything and it's one of those things where if you're an. I know that I've seen this conversation elsewhere. I don't know if we've had it but <hes> I think <hes> I think I heard this conversation extra extratime radio a couple years ago if you're watching a neutral game neutral English premier league game where you're not a fan of either team a neutral M._l._S. game a neutral game of any kind and a red card happens especially early in the game. I am inclined personally to turn it off. Yeah like we live. We live in a world where there's and this is an insane thing to say considering ten years ago. You were lucky to be able to find one the soccer game a weekend that you could watch on T._v.. But we live in a world now where you can stream any one of probably a dozen soccer matches almost at any given time right when when we hit that sweet spot where M._L._S. End Europe a Europe are overlapping in August September and October you can wake up on a Saturday morning at three o'clock in the morning and catch a Chinese game. Take a quick catnap and then <hes> premier league at Five A._M.. Right Mountain Yup and watched one dodge that game and then at seven o'clock nine o'clock eleven o'clock slots you can watch any one of three or four different games in three or four different leagues and you can pretty much do that all the way till the end of Sunday and it's insane so you don't have to sit through watching one team bunker and hang on for dear life with having gone down to ten men like you don't have to do that so with the rapids you're watching them. Go down to ten men at the thirty thirty third minute and you're thinking to yourself like they're not GonNa win this match. Maybe they hold on draw this match and for a while they look like they would you know they gave the goal in the fortieth minute and then they gave up the go ahead goal eighty third but for for awhile from forty five to eighty three they really looked not great like they were hanging on for dear life but after the seventy fifth minute you start to think to yourself like they look terrible there getting impounded. Everybody's you know New York has the ball the whole time in the shooting shooting shooting on them but maybe they pull this out. Maybe this is just one of those magical games and finally the Dan broken that was that but <hes> but that's that's the bad thing is that you know oh <hes> savvy have the the Rad. <hes> you know you you Kinda feel for him because he caused the team three points but on the other hand what the hell was he doing starting at <hes> right-wing any ways I mean like there's is kind of strange match all around for that reason we also had <hes> Danny Wilson playing at defensive mid again alongside Jack Price <hes> Kaikoura out with <hes> I think it it was listed as a back problem Matt my understanding as well and so you get <hes> enriching you shaky who is a very different striker. I think she shakey's been most valuable as a sub four K. Kamara particularly because Kamara <hes> is such a different striker. You know he wants to have the ball he so physical <hes> he's so good <hes> back to goal <hes> and she music is GonNa go through the lines. He's GonNa Attack Drizzly <hes> he comes at angles which is something Kamara doesn't necessarily do the other thing is that she knew Sheikh. He's pretty good with Kamara on the field at the same time <hes> or with Jonathan Lewis <hes> and here he didn't have to work off of so there's a lot of that I think the you know the red cards really important to note everything after that is kind of <hes> <hes> window-dressing Matt Your thought on the bad thing. I don't know that I want to go to bad thing necessarily but I think I think it would be a useful exercise for us to break down a couple of really key officiating decisions especially since I was a reporter for this Game D._S.. She Park so I got to answer to Rupaul reporter questions of Chris Penn so and his staff so I guess let's start chronologically mark. We already touched on it a little bit but the Red Card Sebastian Anderson that I think you and I were pretty even on there. Were some I'd say differing. Opinions from the fifteen thousand thousand plus reported people who are at D._S.. G on Saturday and I was fending off a lot of people on twitter as well but so I asked the question let's go through the poor reporter responses earmark listeners. I am reading this word for word verbatim as reported it and as I got the answers back from Kris Benson Staff <hes> what was the primary reason reasons for the Red Card Sebastian Anderson and then I kinda listed in parentheses point of contact level of force studs up etc and the response I got back was Anderson committed a tackle the endangered danger the safety of his opponent using a straight leg coming over the top of the ball with his studs making contact above the opponent's ankle from what I saw it was anywhere from it was definitely above where the Shin Guards were on Mozzarella. I would say maybe top OP of Sebastian Anderson's tow was probably right at the base of Matsushita's knee and then all the way down and maybe you know the top third of Matsushita's leg so I'm getting some banter back and forth on twitter on this one mark and on every single one I responded it was studs-up. He didn't get the ball he went in with force and it was an area that he wasn't protected. I E where the boot or the Xinguar was protecting him for me. Those three things quantify absolutely and in Chris Pencils agrees endangering the safety of the opponents nights. I is there any real disagreement that we have on here with the decision and the reasoning behind the decision I think I think you said it well. I think I agree with Chris Benso I he's he's a ref. I generally respect and agree with to be honest. I mean I find him to be a no nonsense guy. I kind of liked the guy where you know when when refs get argued with by players you look at their face. They have this look on their face like would you stop with your B.. S. Like I'm not I'm not changing my yellow guard back and you know you're not changing the guard back right now. You're just being whining. I always respect that rock and so I think he he generally gets bright. He commands a pretty good game. <hes> yeah I mean I I thought <hes> Anderson didn't didn't make a smart challenge there and and it was probably dangerous <hes> so okay. Let's move on to the second goal for New York City of see that was unassisted to retreat drita in the eighty third minute was a sub and on the initial play mark the ball is played from the N._y._C. of defensive half by Maxi Morales a bear and Martha Rita. You know who's kind of the he's the he's. He's the he'll or the nemesis of the rapids in this game drawing the red card and now being involved in this are roughly marking even with the centrebacks Tommy Smith and Molles Abu Bakar on the Cross there was a question about whether or not my three two and potentially Matriochka <hes> who's in a wide role and not involved in the play until the goal whether or not they were offside. Tommy Smith was the last defender on here. Ultimately the ball goes towards moderates. M._L._S. Abu Bakar maltreated does not make a challenge for it. He's a little bit ahead of the ball and lawless Boubacar just heads it down. I assume looking for a Danny Wilson or Jack Price in the middle of the box in the middle of the field to clean it up. Nobody steps to the ball and nobody else's their Matsushita's able to retreat to excuse me is able to run onto it immensely slotted into the bottom corner past Clint Irwin so and I heard there were there were a number of rapids officials who were very upset about this. I heard some we'll call it choice language in the hallways on the north side of the building about that overall overall decision this gets into a really Harry place remark one. I haven't seen a really good angle that absolutely shows it for sure in terms of that. I'm set up folks in the press box. Almost you know right at the center circle so to speak. I did not see the actual sequence live so so I can't speak to that but none of the right plays in the stadium were that good and the only good one that we actually saw was one of the E._S._p._N.. Plus cameras there was actually used by Bobby warshaw on this week's iteration of instant replay to review the play mark and even then still there's is not really an even angle. It looks like it might be but you know just based on how the angle of the shot is when you actually get the shot. It looks like Tommy Smith is the last one back prior to Clint Irwin and so for that for me that's onsite and then even then and this would be a play of indirect offsides folks. Obviously Makita doesn't make an initial play on the ball and by the time while those heads down. That's a new place so he's not offsides but then there's the question of indirect offsides folks you see this a lot and instances where say you have an offensive player who's in an offside position and obstructing the view the goalkeeper or maybe a player takes a shot to where the goalkeeper has to judge whether or not it's a play to that player. WHO's offsides role whether or not that happens but no N._Y._C. A._F._C.? Player actually touches which is it on the play that is in question for offsides so in that you have to judge at that point that one matry was off side so that we don't have any video evidence for and then to you have to judge them. A treatise positioning was enough that it forced. I Abu Bakar to play the header only where he could this for me. Folks is one of the most subjective calls that you have in the overall laws of the game for those reasons I agree with the decision and while it is many things while it is questionable while it would be nice if we had another video angle that absolutely showed whether or not the play was offsides the one thing that for me it is absolutely not is clear and obvious it is everything and for those reasons..
"mark head" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"The only the only thing that that that raises. My eyebrows is the signing of of a brandy roads to the what head of Mark head of marketing Brown, Iran. It's the same title. Stephanie McMahon has so pro Brandon the the, yeah, it's about it's the VP branding, cheap branding off their whatever infighting off. Sure, I I don't. I mean, you're looking at the Jacksonville Jaguars. Who is you know, an NFL team of I would imagine a billion dollar company of some sorts. You know, my heart tells me, you know, man, my head probably does to that that they have some. Some overly qualified person that handles the the branding of that company in maybe I'm wrong. Maybe they found the paper boy outside and said, hey, do you do you like branding? And he was like, oh, I love brandings. Okay. Then the the gig is yours. So I don't think that's the case. I think they probably have someone that was, you know, one time with another team, or, you know, maybe we know the head of branding for the NBA or so I think whoever has that gig for the Jaguars as is if not qualified overly qualified, and you know, an all I heard for brandy roads as well. She went to college. So that's that's nice. I'm glad she's she's she's college educated. I I think that's a huge. Plus, I think everyone should should give college try if it's for them. So, but that's not if I'm looking I mean, like, you know, we're talking, you know, hundreds of million at least one hundred million dollars on the onset. If if all the rumor and innuendo is true in. That's not my higher. Maybe you know, she came in with a notebook full of ideas. And they're just like, hey, you know, what you're your perfect. But I just think it was one of the maybe it's just a cute thing to give give her the same position Stephanie, but she's really not doing that. You know, conversely, you know as a head of merchandise. They they they announced, you know, as Nick Matt Jackson's wife, and I know for fact, you know, she's been handling the young bucks and bullet club merchandise and all that for years, and is more than capable you know, that would be a higher. I would make trying to stir trouble here looks like you're trying to break up the band, Johnny. I'm just saying I don't I I see someone that that that is competent in their job. And and I think she could excel on a larger scale when that's mad Jackson's wife. I see brainy roads is doing really cute pictures on Instagram. Yeah. So what about the? In Moton, billions of dollars, and it's just like well teach. You runs our Instagram? Pretty good. Justin sponsors, never heard of what about this aspect to the win loss record in the idea that cody's intrigued the job, by the way. Thanks. I was going to say you started off with with gone. They haven't called me. And then and then you you you might have thanks. Yeah. What about the win loss record? Tracking that we've seen that try over the top ten lists. We see it with the G one with new Japan for a finite amount of time. We saw the teen challenge series..
"mark head" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Referencing the cable guy the. That movie holds up to a weird. You know, the cops did try to press twitchell, particularly this guy detective Bill Clarke who actually has a nice little catchphrase. What's that? Holy mackerel. Holy mackerel. You wouldn't believe that kind of deception each trying to pull up of my eyes. And I say, I tell you what you can't fool me like the rebellion did sneak into the dense dark. You can't do that. Because I got is on everything. Holy mackerel. All right. He came right out and said that there was absolutely no doubt in his mind that twitchell was involved in Johnny. Alton jerked disappear. Says it turns out he tried to defend Johnny. And he was in the fight. And then he got over k taking a one arm in in twitchell's face it what a fantastic acting job. It is face of any single time. You do when someone says like Kissel? Did you take the garbage out and you go? Asked me to take the garbage went grandma lean garbage. I don't believe that anything is trash one person's trash. The person's treasure. Would I throw out treasure the treasure out? But his brain his face going. Like, he's never I feel like I'm in the twilight zone right now as quote. Yes. Yeah. And if you wanna hear another douchebag, quote when the detective toll twitchell that he wasn't going to be able to live with himself. If he didn't come clean twitchell responded with you'd be surprised with what I can live with. Okay. After that statement twitchell lawyer up yet. But even though they didn't get a full confession. They had enough evidence to impound Mark twitchell's car. Okay. Which was still chock full of evidence. Despite Mark knowing that the cops were on his trail because that's the thing. It's not like all this happened over the course of a few hours Mark head days to get rid of his bullshit. So what do we got here is about a three week investigation from start to end? No, it's about like three or four days. I think okay. Yes. It's going. It went pretty fast. He has a ton of time to get by the time. I think between the time that the cups finally started looking for Johnny and the time things finally started going to shift or twitchell about three or four days. Okay. So but once the car became a major center of the investigation it was over for him. Yeah. Just mentioning the Mazda just sitting in somebody else's garage yet. So no one it didn't go anywhere. Yeah. The idea that which they didn't even ask twitchell about like they may have asked like have you seen a red Mazda around here somewhere? But the cops weren't asking twitchell about the red Mazda at all got to eventually, but he was the one the bird into the conversation. And that made the whole thing come tumbling down. Seems like maybe he wanted to get caught. So then he could be famous for it. Maybe I mean, either that or he was lazy or he was stupid because when the view above could be felt that he was a genius. And that he was unassailable. Cops were stupid. He thought that everybody around him was stupid. He thought that everybody again, just assuming the red corporate would roll out for his entire existence. Right. When the most damning thing that they found in Mark twitchell's car was his laptop because at that point detective Clark figured that. Because the whole horror movie vibe that he was on lookout for snuff film. He was going extreme. Yeah. No. That would make sense though. But what he found? Instead was the next best thing. When Edmonton police looked at the trash folder on Mark's laptop. They found an unfinished thirty five page document called S K confessions. This drives me fucking nuts. He put it. He didn't even empty it from the trash pin. He finished the whole thing. He then just put it into the trash, but he didn't empty it. They just clicked on the trash bin. They saw S K confessions they opened up and not only does it have a complete until the description every one of his crimes, but it also explicitly states these of the stories that will tell the police of I'm ever caught and the rundown of the entire bought the Mazda from a guy on the street bit, right?.
"mark head" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"I felt like I had to compare what I was doing to someone else, like outdo out better malay-, you know, it's like somehow that would validate what I was doing more than how just staying in my lane would for whatever reason you're inspired to do. Yeah. So and like that something over time that I've learned to like really, except in like be cool with like, I'm really happy just like doing me or whatever's like whatever you wanna call it. Yeah, just kind like rock. Yeah, twenty nineteen goodbyes. Only me I'm just gonna stay in my lane me and my wand of sage. I mean, yeah, but so I feel like it's cost like friendships and stuff because of that within industry, like people feel even like personally, like I've like, I've had it, you know, like people feel like they have to somehow prove that they're better than contemporary for whatever reason minutes, it's not necessary and they can also lead to sort of people just being weird standoffish. Right? Like. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And that was something that, like I think even specifically like in the New York drag scene while it was like where I was kind of born into the industry and a lot of friends there. You like at the same time, there was this situation where people had this built-up stigma or idea of me based upon like these perceptions and things that were kind of going on because they felt like what I was doing was so different from what with the precedent in like the Manhattan standard of drag or something. It was this abhorrent Lee leg, I don't know, and it was this perceived threat, I guess, like without sounding cocky, but it was always this kind of outsider syndrome that I felt like I was having to deal with all the time. Maybe they were just a freed, you were going to quit, drag it and all of this show, you know, a bunch of people quits. I, at least I can follow through with paying performers. Well, that's not New York. Burn big time by. Yeah, I followed it a little bit on. Linda. Don't get the whole gist. Did you get your money? No, still. And how long has it been? My strata? The tour started mid June. I got home July for. Who's his promoter while he's not promoter anymore. Because of my. His name is as he likes to say, Dr p j Smith doctored and pay you. I love to tout that he had like the doctor was like, do Dr wet. I just thing that was just this thing, I guess. Okay. He said he had a PHD so he like let everyone know that he had dare. He was like, all right. I don't know. The whole thing was very fishy. Very, very fishy. Thank God. I wasn't like on tour alone in like the commodity amongst like the cast of girls who were out there with me like we all kind of band together, like some things. Weird. Like we weren't really sure what it was and then leg when like I'm someone who always likes to give the benefit of the doubt to anyone. Sure. So, hey, didn't come through like the first two weeks. I was like, I don't know. Like maybe like there's some payroll thing or time line, whatever. I'll be patient. I'm not gonna like what's the point of like chasing the paper? I feel patience is virtue, whatever. Sure a follow through with that. And then the two week Mark head, I texted directly and I was like, so do you have any? Yeah. What's up like I just toward for two weeks across the globe with good any thoughts info. And then like it took about sixteen hours a response which I had kind of chalked up to maybe it's the time difference. I don't know. Sure. Eighteen hours ahead. And then of course, it's like some weird long winded narrative about how, oh my God, my Bank accounts. Sends me pictures of doctrines from like, I don't know what I'm. A bunch of blank spaces on shit that you could have printed and done, which turned out that the the fraudulent talk mutation that he was filling out. Someone who had been on tour us like works at Bank by day. So like they didn't have the proper letterhead to begun with all. Yes, yes..
"mark head" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"So no more disclaimers okay here we go tuesday march nineteenth nineteen seventy four fifty bucks was stolen from a piggy bank and basilea a little bit of a test crime it seems joseph would have been twenty eight or twenty nine year old local police officer at this time probably just trying to figure out if he could actually get away with the breaking in april of nineteen seventy four few more homes burglarized two in one night on saturday night april six the majority of break ins would occur late on a saturday night followed by friday night and sunday night weekends either worked better for the ransack or schedule where he thought it was safer to lurks through people's homes on the weekends he'd often hit multiple houses in one night hit up to five per night was actually fairly common on november thirtieth nineteen seventy four you actually hit a twelve after hitting up to the night before clearly wanted to hit that dozen mark head have been kind of like a video game for him he wanted the high score doesn't just has a has a better ring to it than eleven that's that's a lot of homes to ransack and it and it is it's pretty easy to link these burglaries to one criminal because they were very unusual he didn't take objects that would bring him the most money as as almost all burglars would do like a like a richard ramirez the night soccer you know used to take stuff like cash jewellery whatever he thought would bring him the most money you know like modern electronic for the time you know stuff that he could fence to get cash to go buy some coke with he was more typical in that way if you recall from his suck we'll have a celia ransack preferred personal items he likes to take stuff like family photos and wedding rings you know he'd leave behind electron ix leave behind non sentimental jewelry would often leave behind cash you know that he could have easily grabbed in a taking in addition she gives me to taking personal stuff you'd also just ruined shit of sentimental value like he could have easily been nicknamed the visalia asshole the saliou come on man maybe the sale do what the faulk because he do stuff like cut up family photos smashed a frames poor orangey.
"mark head" Discussed on Examining Politics
"And i remember this correctly mark prior as his chief of staff um when he was the attorney general of arkansas is that correct that is correct so above mark part get arkansas being of being a big small state uh mark prior um son of former governor former us senator david partner for buckets all mark head ah one poor turning gentle princely unsuccessfully i decided he wanted take another stab wording for attorney general uh mark i know in terms of knowing full of some time now and mark i should david bryer who called me and asked me to come back and assist on his campaign uh so i did that and i was set to go back to washington dc and continue working there and he asked me to be his uh chief of staff uh to company what his office uh and we decided to take that opportunity that's all i got back daca jobs back into the law and you never left you ended up running for uh a state seat is that correct that's correct i spent three and a half years with mark prior left there with uh into private practice against securities uh and consumer a class action work uh arkansas general assembly is uh parttime legislature uh so i ran four in two thousand eight iran four uh state representative uh in the legislative district large as i grew up in uh successfully warn that seat with eighty percent of the vote um and stayed in that office uh poor three terms until his term limit uh and had a had a wonderful time representing the folks who district every six all of arkansas uh in our journalism.
"mark head" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"And of all people whose come up with a deal what are we call this the supreme steel spreme court seldom so directly makes a decision that affects your wallet but in a sweeping broad decision the supreme court did some is sound so arcane but affects you in so many different ways this concerned the printer cartridges bit lax mark cells with their printers that they sell for izilien dollars you know the way the printer business has worked historically is the printers like hewlettpackard and lacks marken uh who else sells printers brother and um of my missing epson is on both sides this all explain that in a second the way their businesses work for ever is a sell you a printer that they lose money on the printer itself so they hit then can sell you the ink the cartridge at a cost of by some analyses nine thousand dollars a gallon so the printers the ink inner printer cartridge is just pennies but they sell it to you for massive dollars it's not all unusual view of a color printer the you go to buy new cartridges and the cartridges for that printer cost more than you paid for the printer originally and the cartridges that came with it initially so the business model is to hook you is to get you on their printer and then eat up your wallet with the printer supplies think but lex mark head been very aggressive it trying to get the courts to punish.