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How to Use Calculators and Quizzes to Skyrocket Leads with Randy Rayess
"Okay everyone today, we've got another special episode of Marketing School where we bring on amazing guests to teach you the things that they know the cool companies out. There are part of an also other cool stuff that they are doing, and our next guest is randy res-, who I've known for years and years. He's got a company called out. One of the CO founders and outgrow is a platform that lets marketers. Launch Interactive calculators that boosts customer engagement and lead to higher conversion I. Firstly used it I love it. I mentioned it a couple of times. Sources also on this podcast as well. Randy is also the CO founder of venture packed. Are you still part of as well? Yeah that's cool. So Randy, I, mean you know it's it's been a very long time have spoken to you for while you've now moved up to the bay area but how are things going man going? Well, it's going well as you know, it's kind of in the middle of the covert situation for the last five months but otherwise, he's been doing our best in Algebra to help the companies that were have been. And to make sure our team members are comfortable with the new from home setup Yup. Cool. So can you tell us a little more about outgrow how it works and also how you guys make money shirt? So what is basically tool focused on helping marketers improve their conversion rates and engagement on their websites, and so the way we help with that is we make it easy for marketers to build a wide range of interactive personally tools. So if someone lands on your page, they instead of just having regular contact us form, you can create more powerful interactive tools like an Roi calculator, a cost savings calculator. Chopped balked and assessment recommendation engine. So all these different tools we make it easy for marketers to build without any technicolor design skill and it helps conversion engagement. And the business itself, how does pricing work if People Wanna get started and then I'd like to know also whatever number you can around the business whether it's growth rates, revenues, whatever you're Oakland to sharing. Sure. So the plans will vary. So our small plan is around fourteen a month and are larger plant and it goes up from there depending on features in needs for people in this podcast. If they go to Algebra dot co forward slash school they get a thirty day trial for the a lot more time to really try out the tool for free without a card required than we can help them on custom plant or one of our standard plants. So really it's going. To start way than if you have a advanced need, we can create a custom planner or you can use one of our larger plants in terms of scale. So we have over five thousand page of businesses that use us, and we have about eight core content types that people will build with our platform. The main ones are calculators, quizzes, chat bots, recommendation engines in essence. Got It. I mean if I were to look at low and five thousand paying customers. So you're probably north of seventy grand monthly recurring revenue something around that range could be probably more because you average it outright something like that. Well. So we have a wide range of the fourteen is the lowest plan, and then we have a higher plans that go up from there so. It'll be like five thousand times. Maybe I don't know you could be at two, hundred, fifty grand are who knows right but I don't need exact number me I just tried to play the guessing game right now out grows has been successful it's been continue to grow I mean, I, think this is maybe five years ago or so could be four years ago you know Randy and I were working out of a we were in downtown Los Angeles. Times. Have Changed Man. So right now because there's one website I can think of the entire website and just calculators right so what context would people be want to use something like outgrow? Why should they be using that over maybe like creating e book or using one of those landing page tools? Yeah. Sure. So I think the way to think about it is, of course, you know financial health and wellness will have lots. Of. calculators quizzes as their core content right you know what's the interest rate on a mortgage? What's The you know your retirement investing health and wellness for like what's up Yoga do the fitness routines those things are examples that everyone knows but there's actually a lot that can be done in other industries as well. So for example, in SAS, whereas company and outgrow, we help people figure out what types of ideas they can build. Using our tool, we have an idea generation tool women are white calculator to help people figure out what are Y of using outgrow based on how many the lead lift that they can get. So companies lied you know salesforce, they'll be marquette they'll use outgrow to help better educate their audience in a much more personalized wait. So instead of just saying Oh, hey, this design software that can help you you try to get A. Sense of what their needs are, and then you specify the specific tool, the specific plan or the specific value to provides that's relevant to them, and so that kind of flow is different from a more static these content that might come through you booker started blocks or anything we complement those. Well, it's not I don't think it has to be one or the other what we've seen as most people do both
Amazon reveals their new cloud gaming service
"Bliss. Let's jump into some news William to an like an article that was pretty big news this week it was part of a broader set of announcements that the company made. This is from which fifty dot com and the article is. Amazon Reveals Cloud Gaming Service Amazon according to the article is going to offer a Netflix's style cloud gaming subscription service named Luna with select titles in four K sixty fips It'll initially be available on PC MAC fire TV iphone. And ipad with an android version planned for after launch You know this sounds a lot like everything else were seeing. There are some differences they will like. Amazon is going to offer its own controller like stadia did but players can use a bluetooth when the keyboard or mouse or Third Party, Bluetooth? Controller. If they want and if they do by Amazon's controller, it's only fifty dollars and it connects directly to the cloud service in the same. Way Stadium. Had, promised to but didn't et release. and the introductory price for the for Luna in the US is going to be six dollars a month. The only major publisher I saw. Listed at least as part of this announcement and this article interestingly enough was Ubisoft. Who was the big launch partner for Stadia and then seems to have lost faith in stadium because they started doing work with some other like cloud gaming company? It seems they're like the cloud gaming sort of. you know the the the everything that's cloud gaming there there seems to be ubisoft their front and center in terms of the launch part. We should we should separate. Think Games publisher should be trying to get his much distribution for their games as possible and others involved. Yeah. But I presume you saw benefits financially from being the launch partner like I. I bet ub saw I bet I don't think this was a hard business decision to reach as my guests removing SOx perspective. My real question is what was the Industry Conference Paul and how did you and I? Both, miss at were they spike the water with livestream games as a surface like juice because it is like there was some conference three years ago that like Apple Amazon Microsoft you know like like everyone was like a everyone was at and they're all like they laughed like well, we have to do this right now I'll tell you what it is was no business of sports podcast three years ago. And and the day Google got on stage and said, this is the future of gaming and I called it hot garbage and I called it correctly hot garbage not enough people were listening now now hold on Amazon though brings I think something a little different to the table and hear me out here. Could you see potential integration with all of Amazon's like home stuff right? Everyone has an Alexa. Everyone has like a A. Zillions of already set Alexa was in the controller or was that a joke. That's possible I. I saw that and I like did not verify it was system a that people are making off or if that was really how they were going to differentiate the controller because it's both plausible a good idea and completely implausible and a terrible idea at the same time. I just it seems. It feels like cloud gaming now is just a check box that the big tech companies have to put a check mark next to, and there isn't a lot of thinking around how this is any different. Because if you read the Luna announcement, it reads pretty much verbatim like Google announcement except with less with less sort of fluff. So there's no promise of the future of gaming. There's no negative latency. There's no they took that stuff out but other than that. It's pretty much a copy paste well, no, it's not though and this is really important the price right because. This is six dollars a month now. Sucks that they couldn't get it to five I. Mean I'm GonNa, start there like a real psychological break point they miss their but I trust Amazon is run their math, what this cost rate, and probably there's a certain amount of server space that this takes up but like. I think the offering is different at this price right because I think it's and I. Think this gets a little bit more at what stadium could have been. Right it's much more affordable. My understanding is it's not this rent to own model. It's just a straight up flat subscription. You've got the game streamed. Great Booby soft is a good launch partner for this because they would have what I would call a lot of mass appeal games like the assassin's creed games, for example, which I think translate well to this sort of thing of show me where there's no copy paste the William. To cut you off. But like this, all the assassins creed was in the launch stuff for stadia to. Yeah I think it was a decent partner there to the difference as the argument for the stadium launch was. Pay Sixty dollars to buy a game. You probably already have right and it's a worse version because it's laggy livestream on a concert. This argument is, Hey, you already have Amazon services you maybe you're curious to checkout watchdogs pay six bucks a month to try it out, and there's some other stuff here till and I think at that pricing, it also goes much more mass marquette I think somebody who isn't going to shell out sixty. For is willing to shell out I guarantee there's going to be price promotions. I title fray and Amazon is very good at that stuff to drive adoption. This is starting to be something like I could see you know forty five year old Atari Gamers who dropped out looking at and being like, yeah, those do look pretty cool. Being an assassin in Greece I'd like I this is this is a really big thing I believe is like. Inaccessibility driven offerings. Price is everything. The appeal of stadium was accessability driven without an accessible price which totally gated off making great games available cheaply, and without a fixed cost could that work as a second model? Yes and could it work as a longer term lease of life on yes? So like I do I think this is the greatest thing ever to happen in livestream subscription gaming. No that is xbox's game pass right like one hundred percent but could this work and could this grow into something else overtime
Talking Apple's announcements with Phandroid, Nick Gray
"I get the irony of having the editor in chief of Android come on to talk about the apple event. Hey I watched it and let's do this. Okay. I'm not an apple fan boy I can still appreciate good products right? Same same. I used to work in android authority and every time every time I put out a even the slightest thing about an iphone thought that I was a traitor and I was like guys like. I'm allowed to carry more than one phone at any time. So here's the thing. First of all got to give the UPS to help apple. Granted, they have the backing of their partners like Pixar, for example, to make what is a very good looking presentation as far as the quarantine level. Kovin affected trade shows and events and tech shows are concerned I. You know you could. You could expect apple to put put on a good show. It was pretty good granted like with any apple event I kind of not really does off but obviously, like eventually they get into the weeds with their products and you just kind of like okay. Cool. You're you're updating all the IPADS. Dating. All of the Appalachians and whatnot but the whole fact that an iphone twelve was not part of this were you surprised I know people were people were not I was not surprised based off of they set in their last earnings call that the IPHONE would not be coming until. October. So I'll look I mean they they clearly said it wasn't coming and a lot of people seem to have missed that or forgot that Nah and they didn't even they even sent out a reminder once once the event was announced. That no he said the IPHONES. Not Coming till October. and so a lot of people kinda miss that and so that was the speculation of what are they going to announce for a lot of people because some people knew that they weren't announcing the new iphone. So when they sent out the invitation with that weird, it was the apple logo but. Yeah like circling and Tom Whatever I mean. We were speculating that a new apple watch was going to be coming and likely some IPAD information So yeah, I mean that's basically it will. We got the new IPADS and. The. New Apple Watch is because now we have what is the series six is the new one and then the Apple Watch s e. so just like the iphone se we have an apple watch se which is A. I don't WanNa say dumbed down version of the watch because. It's still an incredible piece of Gadgetry but it doesn't have some of the sensors that the main watch has making it useful for somebody who's wanting an apple watch for all of the health and fitness benefits that you can track with the device, but it's probably something more geared towards. A cheaper watch for you know your kids are family members who may not be into fitness tracking you know I would even argue like I agree with you there, but I would even add on top of that. When you put the letters s e on anything apple. I get interested. Like I'll just speak from personal experience because like. If I were to choose if I have no other like knowing that I have other things like my own cameras and my own gaming consoles and stuff like that. If my smartphone was not the center of my universe, then something like a pixel for a which literally I you and and or an iphone se those were the perfect choices for me like I'm actually into. dumbing not dumbing down, you said dumbing down but like slimming my smartphone experience for a better price and they're doing it with smart watches and your Indiapol- ecosystem. I'm actually kind of impressed. Yeah. It is a very, very impressive device and it comes with and Lt version as well which pairs with their new family, what they call it the family sink plan now. Now, you do not need to have it's not a one to one match between a a watch and a smartphone you can connect multiple watches to a single smartphone. So that, you can get on Apple Watch for your children. And also your aging parents so that you can have location tracking and communications with them and fall detection and accident detection. Features built in and pair that with a single device rather than having to have multiple iphones in order to pair that with which makes the Apple Watch. Probably, the first gadget that most parents are going to buy for their children that are not smartphone age ready yet. Yeah. Indeed, and because there's this huge marquette of children friendly watches that are connected that they can make phone calls that they came message their parents or a select small group of people and individuals, and most of those costs. One, hundred, ninety, nine to three, hundred dollars, and all of them have to be paired with a ten dollars a month service plan through your carrier. And just to be clear, the pairing of these devices must be paired with the L. T. E. or this the connected version not just the WIFI version. Yeah, Mindy. So you do have that little bit extra and you do have that monthly subscription that you're gonNA have to pony up for yeah,
The Beauty Industry Exposed
"Hi Everyone I'm amber and today my fabulous co-host is Dr. Heather Rogers she is a board certified dermatologist she still practicing and seeing people every day in Seattle and she's the founder of Dr Rogers restore skincare. Now, thank you so much for being here with us today Dr Odors. Thank you for having me. Now we met. Because I was hosting anew beauty live peace and. One of your products was featured but I loved it because you and I got to like have a little bit of Banter and meeting and I think that we kind of bonded on the fact that both of us really feel like there is a lot of. For lack of a better term bullshit in the beauty and destroy. and I know recently I've had so many of my girlfriends call me and say how do I get rid of freckles? How do I do this and I'm like well. Do you want results. Do you WANNA. Because then you need to or do you want something that's GonNa like kind of work and make you feel better about it Completely so so so first of all, where are you right now it looks like you're a summer camp I know. So I have been the San, Juan Islands, I married a man from the San Juan Islands. We Pretty much everything for was canceled because of Co bid and my husband doctors. So we're still seeing patients every day and. That makes it. So the kids really aren't having the kind of summer that they should be having. So we have taken days off going to go. Camping, which is not necessarily my first choice of activities, but I am really sort. Oh I will I love boating I. Really do my husband can't can't deal with it. We keep that. What does it Bonein? Really really close by, but I love being out in the water and you know taking a little dip and. When we did our meet and greet you had shown me you know via. Zoom what the San Juan Islands look like an oh my gosh. When travel is starting up again, I'm heading out there it is beautiful. It is beautiful and I love being on a boat. It was actually really funny. I just had my birthday which I was actually with you on and I got an astrological reading as a birthday present from one of my best friends and I am deficient in the water sign, which means that I am really drawn to the water in my entire life I sailed all through college. I'm a scuba diver abode. I'm a surfer and that was it was really fun sort of explanation where it was like I need water at all times way to fiery. Read who did your reading so Again because you can't really have parties when my dear friend had like a group of five of us and they brought someone in and we all were mask and she sat and read all five of us and. And it was. It's just we're trying to find find right now. Right? You can't dinner you can't go to the lake. So we're just wonderful things we can do in this woman was so thoughtful and careful and how she said things. But she still was so crazy accurate where she's like wow. For me, heather you're so busy like you need to calm down. And I'm like, yeah, that's. Right so it was great in another woman who is a big rock climber. Like the third thing she said, Yours, you have a compulsion to touch rocks nowhere like these sort of really accurate things are really fun I. Okay. So first of all, I'm obsessed with astrology I live for this woman Susan Miller I don't know if you know her. Find her a my mother East facts, my Tarot card readings to me at work. Yeah I know. But I I love at night I read my horoscope for Dan. I do believe that there are these cosmic. All sort of connected cosmetically, and so it's a good thing to be aware of but I would love having reading is such a great idea for a birthday superfund and then to really show you how ridiculous I am it was just my anniversary and so I, had her do another reading for the relationship for my husband and I, and our kids like why. Did that and my husband was skeptical but then he got a lot of positive accolades from it and he's like Oh. This is great. This is. Good. All right. So it was a positive reading then. You do. What you gotta get out of this, what do you do in that situation? It's always funny unrelated. But another person was doing reading palms for my husband myself and my brother in law and she read Mine and she read Matt my husband's, and then she got Brian my brother-in-law's and was like I can't tell you what I'm seeing. In can't share with you. That is. Very that scary. I had my tea leaves red ones and the woman told me that. This was a really good life for me because in the past I've had some really terrible ones. So I'm Mike. I'm going to make the most out of this one then sister. Next rate. Goodness well. Again Happy Happy Birthday and. You know like I said, we really hit it off because I feel like. There is. So there's so much confusion when it comes to the be marquette and that's part of the reason that I started. This podcast is you know to give people experts like yourself a voice to come on and help us figure this out and. In a way that wasn't being paid for or sponsored or branded, which look there's a place for that and we will understand it because it's business but I wanted to see you know, is there a place where people can come on and tell it like it is so in Doing that it's seeding rare and the same with me in the world of dermatology is that I have been approached many times every year about being a spokesperson for arena on the board of different companies, skincare companies, beauty companies, injectables, and I have decided I a long time ago and everyone says a really principle that I was not ever GonNa be paid to be recommend anything and the I wanted my opinions to be my own based on the research. I've done on the training I've gone through and in dermatology world. That's exceedingly rare right now, the top hundred dermatologist in this country, it knew that on aesthetic dermatologist everyone is being paid for. Beyond aboard or doing a study or whatever it is, and it's really hard to be objective there and I just have decided that I will be the defender of the consumer at sort of how I viewed myself and I'm in a lot of articles in the press sort of enjoys me because I, like you speak the truth. You want hear about like what? Snail extract few call heather? and Like I love that I love the fact that now I am known as the voice of reason, where think there is very little reason and that's how I started and then unfortunately as they sort of learned more and more about is in care products that were out. The more I realized that even though it is a hundred billion dollar industry. What we may need may not what's available and so that's actually the reason why skincare company didn't start as new wanting to make brand and I actually started talking about wanting to stay very objective. It's very hard for me to recommend my products because their mind and I feel like that's a conflict of interest but at the same time I really I mean, I'm not a chemist I was compelled to do this because after someone's spent twenty five dollars to laser in their face I couldn't tell them what they should use. Afterwards, that was going to be safe and effective in like that I found remarkable
The Beauty Industry Exposed
"Hi Everyone I'm amber and today my fabulous co-host is Dr. Heather Rogers she is a board certified dermatologist she still practicing and seeing people every day in Seattle and she's the founder of Dr Rogers restore skincare. Now, thank you so much for being here with us today Dr Odors. Thank you for having me. Now we met. Because I was hosting anew beauty live peace and. One of your products was featured but I loved it because you and I got to like have a little bit of Banter and meeting and I think that we kind of bonded on the fact that both of us really feel like there is a lot of. For lack of a better term bullshit in the beauty and destroy. and I know recently I've had so many of my girlfriends call me and say how do I get rid of freckles? How do I do this and I'm like well. Do you want results. Do you WANNA. Because then you need to or do you want something that's GonNa like kind of work and make you feel better about it Completely so so so first of all, where are you right now it looks like you're a summer camp I know. So I have been the San, Juan Islands, I married a man from the San Juan Islands. We Pretty much everything for was canceled because of Co bid and my husband doctors. So we're still seeing patients every day and. That makes it. So the kids really aren't having the kind of summer that they should be having. So we have taken days off going to go. Camping, which is not necessarily my first choice of activities, but I am really sort. Oh I will I love boating I. Really do my husband can't can't deal with it. We keep that. What does it Bonein? Really really close by, but I love being out in the water and you know taking a little dip and. When we did our meet and greet you had shown me you know via. Zoom what the San Juan Islands look like an oh my gosh. When travel is starting up again, I'm heading out there it is beautiful. It is beautiful and I love being on a boat. It was actually really funny. I just had my birthday which I was actually with you on and I got an astrological reading as a birthday present from one of my best friends and I am deficient in the water sign, which means that I am really drawn to the water in my entire life I sailed all through college. I'm a scuba diver abode. I'm a surfer and that was it was really fun sort of explanation where it was like I need water at all times way to fiery. Read who did your reading so Again because you can't really have parties when my dear friend had like a group of five of us and they brought someone in and we all were mask and she sat and read all five of us and. And it was. It's just we're trying to find find right now. Right? You can't dinner you can't go to the lake. So we're just wonderful things we can do in this woman was so thoughtful and careful and how she said things. But she still was so crazy accurate where she's like wow. For me, heather you're so busy like you need to calm down. And I'm like, yeah, that's. Right so it was great in another woman who is a big rock climber. Like the third thing she said, Yours, you have a compulsion to touch rocks nowhere like these sort of really accurate things are really fun I. Okay. So first of all, I'm obsessed with astrology I live for this woman Susan Miller I don't know if you know her. Find her a my mother East facts, my Tarot card readings to me at work. Yeah I know. But I I love at night I read my horoscope for Dan. I do believe that there are these cosmic. All sort of connected cosmetically, and so it's a good thing to be aware of but I would love having reading is such a great idea for a birthday superfund and then to really show you how ridiculous I am it was just my anniversary and so I, had her do another reading for the relationship for my husband and I, and our kids like why. Did that and my husband was skeptical but then he got a lot of positive accolades from it and he's like Oh. This is great. This is. Good. All right. So it was a positive reading then. You do. What you gotta get out of this, what do you do in that situation? It's always funny unrelated. But another person was doing reading palms for my husband myself and my brother in law and she read Mine and she read Matt my husband's, and then she got Brian my brother-in-law's and was like I can't tell you what I'm seeing. In can't share with you. That is. Very that scary. I had my tea leaves red ones and the woman told me that. This was a really good life for me because in the past I've had some really terrible ones. So I'm Mike. I'm going to make the most out of this one then sister. Next rate. Goodness well. Again Happy Happy Birthday and. You know like I said, we really hit it off because I feel like. There is. So there's so much confusion when it comes to the be marquette and that's part of the reason that I started. This podcast is you know to give people experts like yourself a voice to come on and help us figure this out and. In a way that wasn't being paid for or sponsored or branded, which look there's a place for that and we will understand it because it's business but I wanted to see you know, is there a place where people can come on and tell it like it is so in Doing that it's seeding rare and the same with me in the world of dermatology is that I have been approached many times every year about being a spokesperson for arena on the board of different companies, skincare companies, beauty companies, injectables, and I have decided I a long time ago and everyone says a really principle that I was not ever GonNa be paid to be recommend anything and the I wanted my opinions to be my own based on the research. I've done on the training I've gone through and in dermatology world. That's exceedingly rare right now, the top hundred dermatologist in this country, it knew that on aesthetic dermatologist everyone is being paid for. Beyond aboard or doing a study or whatever it is, and it's really hard to be objective there and I just have decided that I will be the defender of the consumer at sort of how I viewed myself and I'm in a lot of articles in the press sort of enjoys me because I, like you speak the truth. You want hear about like what? Snail extract few call heather? and Like I love that I love the fact that now I am known as the voice of reason, where think there is very little reason and that's how I started and then unfortunately as they sort of learned more and more about is in care products that were out. The more I realized that even though it is a hundred billion dollar industry. What we may need may not what's available and so that's actually the reason why skincare company didn't start as new wanting to make brand and I actually started talking about wanting to stay very objective. It's very hard for me to recommend my products because their mind and I feel like that's a conflict of interest but at the same time I really I mean, I'm not a chemist I was compelled to do this because after someone's spent twenty five dollars to laser in their face I couldn't tell them what they should use. Afterwards, that was going to be safe and effective in like that I found
Biden Leads Trump, 49%-44%, Among Likely Wisconsin Voters in Latest Marquette Poll
"Some new polling shows that things are actually tightening. Now, one poll, there was a national poll, but we don't talk about national polls that had trump down ten points national, completely irrelevant, not applicable at all national polls. Do not matter. Show me state polls, show me trends now Monmouth, which has donald trump down ten points. Nationally had the same in August of two, thousand sixteen. However. There's a Marquette University poll in Wisconsin that shows Biden up five points now, that might seem like bad news. But as we examined some of the new emerging polls on a statewide basis, which is more important. Especially in battleground states, we have a totally different picture. Now, remember you could lose California by eighty points by ninety points, lose the popular vote and still win in a landslide with the electoral college. Also something to consider at these polls polls that conduct something called live collar with cell phones, they tend to skew Democrat why this is what we call the shy trump voter. I add three to four to all these polls. OAS? especially in a presidential, never remember conservatives are much more likely to hide their true political opinions from public view. The presumption is that this includes from pollster if it's live on a phone call and this bears out in the methodologies. So a new poll in Arizona Has Martha mcsally, the incumbent Republican senator who was appointed by Governor, Doug Ducey. She is down five points where she was down nine points and a similar poll previously. Speed look at. Oh, predictive trendline since December, it follows what we'd basically know to be true that trump was ahead at the end of last year and pre pandemic. Then things got really bad. We know that no one is denying it, but the race is tightening in the president's favor. Republican plus two in December to a low, of Democrat, plus nine and plus in May, and now it's improved for trump to Democrat plus for for now. And, now, here's a new promising poll that shows trump is beating biden conducted by Rasmussen pulse opinion in the State of North Carolina. The poll of Seven, hundred, fifty likely voters shows the president beating Biden by a single point when leaners are included. So we can cherry pick polls and there some polls that show trump down in some of these states. But the enthusiasm index is definitely in the president's direction. I think there. There, are some major issues here that are missing from the conversation. If the president can continue to show significant gains when it comes to the Chinese Corona, virus get college football back on the airwaves I think this is how his election lose I? Think he's going to have massive gains and I think the more the president is ahead of the curve on the issue of the economy and law and order the better.
Biden Leads Trump, 49%-44%, Among Likely Wisconsin Voters in Latest Marquette Poll
"Good afternoon. I'm Dave Michaels. Newmarket Law School Poll of Likely Voters in Wisconsin found support in the presidential race has changed very little since June. Pull Director Charles Franklin. In this month's pole. Joe Biden has a five point lead among likely voters 49 to 44% for Trump when we look at likely voters in June That was a six point Biden
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"Marquette and 43 94 more found late now under downtown. That one is going to be seven minutes with traffic and weather together on the tents on the LA W T m j palatable dot com. Time saver traffic. Sunny today not is humid with a high of 82 clear tonight low of 60 for in the city, 56 on the farm at 65 degrees in Milwaukee at 701 from the W. T. M. J breaking news center late afternoon and evening of storms turning devastating for some in southeast Wisconsin, along with some heavy bucks of rain on Monday, some communities also had to deal with straight line winds and maybe even a tornado storm team for meteorology, spraying this Nancy Navy Walworth County Definitely western Kenosha County around the Camp Lake area southwestern part of Kenosha County. That's probably where we saw the worst damage with storms yesterday and that probably gonna end up being a low level tornado along with damaging straight line winds. At the peak of the storm. There were 28,000 We energies customers without power. That's no down to 4500. Many of those in Racine County and the city of Racine, as well as in Mount Pleasant in Caledonia Monday of seeing those return of the severe storm was to the winds came through the County's bordering Illinois. The National Weather Service's gusts up to 70 miles per hour brought down trees in Walworth, Racine and Kenosha counties around Camp Lake. I got pretty lucky, Tony Gattuso tells Team J. Four news. He lost a part of his spear and had a tree fall onto the his house and I heard a big crash. My wife and I then went went and hid behind the fireplace because we do not have a basement to storms also brought flash flooding and knocked out power to over 25,000 customers. Rusty Mellberg, W. T. M J knew things that much better. On the other side of the state line. ABC is Robby Backwell is at Chicago's O'Hare Airport with a thunderous roar and impossibly fast dousing of rain. Tree trunks and limbs shattered. The ground was littered streets impassable Rosalie and tuck it in her basement with her grandkids. Just like 57 minutes. It was like horrible being her fear.
New York City Schools Late In Planning For Hybrid Reopening This Fall
"York City being marked tardy yesterday, the deadline for school systems to submit their reopening plans. The city submitted their plan. But they did it late, and it lacked major details. The city now has a week to fill in the gaps. The outline of what will happen in the fall seems to be something of a hybrid combination of in class. An online learning Mari Laina Marquette E is an occupational therapist of the New York City Department of Education, She tells tens and wins. There is no one size fits all solution, especially when it comes to the state of certain school facilities. Buildings are old. They are neglected, not all of them, but many of them, especially in communities. Where black and brown Children and their families will be most affected by our rush to reopen. Another major concern is how to handle positive Corona virus test results right now, officials say if there is a single confirmed case The entire classroom will self quarantine for 14 days and go all remote when it comes to instruction, But two cases in different classes would trigger the entire school building being shut down. You can get the full plan. Attention wins dot com
Premier League: Manchester United Qualify for Champions League
"Manchester United and Chelsea qualify for the Champions League. UNITED WITH A to victory over less than meanwhile Chelsea without win against walls sees all. You're going to show and frank. Lampard side make it into the top four less city, but let's not forget with fifteen points Clare of fifth on New Year's. They dropped the ball completely in twenty twenty and have to make do with Europa League football dodgson staving echo with us, stevie united with win on the season. You one of the harshest critics so all. He's proved you wrong, isn't he? Host you? Listen the. You, you can't see that. Qualifying for the champions. League is not success. For, all the Because as You know ended a day. I think the biggest and the main reason why the option because when transfer marquette. Bought Bruno Fernandes without that piece of business. This this would happen so listen. He always asked to coach the team and he obviously had a hand and say Bruno Fernandes Oh yeah as I said. It's success. I'm not convinced that he can take them from from. Champions League qualifies to actually vying for the title against Liverpool in city I still. The way way off and I still think they have to say more players, but yes, but all they get into the champions lease as a success. But he's had plenty of time. Your United Stat Dome. That now. All you early I mean they close form then they all Liverpool, which is incredible thirty two from Bouma. Thirty three away from Liverpool, and it's not the right time in because I think that the well getting into jump and say those incredible finish I agree with Stevie. Bruno Fernandes doesn't come in. At this, all thing is that. Is Jason for Non Stop the season? Why did they wait until John? Rudy Sunan done I will never ever. No nothing deserves credit ease. That's big name. Players go shifted the dynamic inside the dressing room. He's might young is made them hungrier. There have been assigned to watch is not too many egos at the football club anymore, and you have a job on the summer. Trying to convince big plans like will stay on. And then chartwell tracked maybe three or four plans to try and give him so titled Till Next Season Way to they need to add to the squad don. I was still like say them. With a recognized number nine I get the argument where people think that Mason Green was going to lead the line, and maybe the could bring in some more to plan the rights on side because I'm not convinced marcial. Yet again I think the such a good player net. He's not consistent enough. And Watching Higher Maguire today and Victor Lindelof as a pair. I mean less than without James Madison. Pereira without Soyeoun shoe without some of their very best players, another about that was missing volley at Indiana Joe Coast to center offs problems time after time after time, and this under-strength less decide so I would like to see, and if they all going to try and compete again can get closer to the city. Liverpool in my opinion, need Weltklasse Center
Marquette alumni team wins $1 million for taking The Basketball Tournament title
"Market. Golden Eagles alumni basketball players will take the floor tonight in Ohio in the finals of the T B T tournament winning team earns a $1 million prize
Voice Dating - Marek Mis from OnlyOne
"Started thinking okay. What about Bronze Wold about other experiences? That no when you have on mobile phone. I'm not actually sure why. I started thinking ops especially today was already married to get that point. My wife is listening. Yeah it's nothing to do with our relationship glory. It was very interesting to not see any of the big brands. Such as marched with calm Kim the hinge and so on end potentially wise. That is because we don't have as cream to deal with and if there's not a screen than there is no way for them to advertise but also the way for them to offer the food experience in the same format as they do bomb Wa fault. That's interesting you said. Two things one is that they keep doing things the way they've already done that. Serve a big change on that side but also that they can't advertise. That passed monetization. Isn't Claire The stage? Yeah Yeah exactly month. Physicians a huge feeding voice area in general but for this particular vehicle if we can call it that way very prominent if you want to date someone we wanted to see them first but then I thought okay well. Let's challenge dot that's sleeping around and used to our advantage. She used to my advantage. If I'm thinking about building a new dating platform so I came up with completely different set of rules for dating APP. Which is no swiping on thinking. Not swiping has created such a huge shift in humans behavior. Yeah when it comes to date the I personally don't really like it. Another thing is judging people by their picture in a fraction of a second. I don't think that's right either. There's so many interesting. People were interesting stories behind them. Maybe not necessarily. He won't date them very oddity. Really want to hear what they have to say is very true. Yeah things have converged on the hyper superficial instagram generation. Disturbing everything from microseconds worth glance. Really not the way that you should be interacting with people and not just from moralistic point of view but also just from a practical point of view. Often when you speak to people you uncover things about them and you find that lasts more than initially expected. So it's not in your own best interests to be doing that. So the idea of only one was blown. How does it work? And who's it for you? I mean this particular demographic. I'm your dentist. Your beat had love seekers so hope project I take it more as a proof of concept to see what's possible for not having his creed in front of you so it's more about the research and the possible. Mums after rolling up is proof of concept of public. Gave me more insights. And speaking of demographics the average age is thirty. Five years old three times more men using this platform than than women was. Yeah well I think that that would probably align with some other taking up statistics. Statistics interesting says around. Thirty five is all because I understand that. This is the young generation that take to these interfaces more readily but perhaps they don't have access to perhaps they haven't been introduced to them in the same way as the people who are involved in building at and it's not like sometimes these voice sounds perhaps there are only used within the bubble of the voice industry and that US asked as opposed to the Mall Mass Marquette. How did you mock this thing? What was it just word of mouth? Did you do any marketing? Did you expose the out too? So I didn't do any marketing fad. Also for one. I don't really have any budget to market it out yet. Second is just a proof of concept to see if it's actually going to walk interesting thing. Is that people do these. Cover this up on this implicit face. So they don't really ask to talk to only one which would trigger the application they ask about finding too low or setting me up for a day that's a very very interesting facts and I'm glad that Google redirected them to use my app rather than giving them some basic centuries not huge because I understand one of the most common requests for electric. Actually marry me inferred a request for true love for finding an actual partner and they're all being redirected your out. There could be win foyer. Beaten how to explicitly put in your code that you handle those types of requests. Is it taking it from the example utterances even and it's decided? Well this looks like the closest match so well my plan was to hijack any vocations such as can you marry me. Can you find me too locks up on me please help me? I'm not entirely sure is working or not. A lot of that depends on Google on how they handle those requests but every now and then they do redirect traffic to my ob- which is a great sign. That's why did you have an idea of the proportion of traffic that comes from explicit and vacation versus implicit. I did looking tonight. I haven't done that for a while. But it's usually around two free percent so it's not massive just you. Three percent is the implicit okay. I see I
Toppin, Howard, Powell among finalists for Wooden Award
"The finalists are competing for the John R. wooden award the winner will be announced next Tuesday the top five are doka as a bouquet of Kansas Luke Garza of Iowa Markus Howard of Marquette Myles Powell from Seton hall and OB tarpon of Dayton voting for the finalists took place between March sixteenth and March twenty third because of the pandemic related cancellation of March madness the voting only took into account a player's performance during the regular season I'm Bruce Morton
Toppin, Azubuike among Wooden Award finalists
"In college basketball the men's wooden award finalists were announced Kansas we don't cause a bouquet I was Luke Garza Marquette's Markus Howard Seton hall's Myles Powell and dates will be topping will vie for the honor a win the men's college basketball John R. wooden award with the awards announced on SportsCenter early
Zoom and MikMak
"Welcome back to season two of zeroed IPO. Today we have a very exciting couple of entrepreneurs on the show. Rachel typical graph the founder of Mick Massey founder and CEO who was called by Entrepreneur magazine one of the fifty most daring entrepreneurs and we also have eric yuan the founder and CEO of Zoom. Which as we all know has grown into a beam of video conferencing. Yeah I think what's very interesting? Here is both enterprise software entrepreneurs one who is earlier in her journey another one who is later on in his journey. He's gone public taking it public but still has a lot of memory about what it was like to be at her stage so. I think this is going to be very very interesting. Let's introduce our guests grey. Eric Yuan is the CEO and founder of Zoom and has grown zoom into a little bit of a big company. I think it's very small compared to what you're going to become. That's how he thinks about it right down. Eric started the company in two thousand eleven and appealed last year and at the IPO. The company had a market cap of a little over nine billion now less than a year later. It's at twenty one billion on the public markets. Tha that's more that's more more a little bit more. That's great that's growth node and never look at him. I never let's right notice. This market cap is not sustainable revenue. Would you talk about the revenue growth? Revenue growth is very impressive. It's about on the order of about one hundred percent year over year kind of up on a six hundred plus million dollar revenue year consensus estimates. We're not seeing anything out of the ordinary here. That is very impressive. And when you can see that kind of growth that kind of scale that's something. That's very exciting. Well before we go any further. I want to introduce Rachel. Tipo graph the CEO and founder of MIC MAC which is a fast growing startup. And there's a lot of things I want to ask you about and talk to You. About part of the purpose of this show is to hear from you about how you're growing the company. What your hopes and aspirations for at our and any kind of obstacles that you see ahead that perhaps not me but the other two leaders of public companies might be able to chime in with some experience. Let me ask you to describe MC MAC for our listeners and talk a little bit about what the company does share so mic. Mac were a marketing ECOMMERCE platform fortune. Five hundred brands license our software to better understand their consumers by connecting digital invest minced. Online retail insights. So essentially when I put a dollar into facebook what does that mean for my performance at Walmart for example so my clients span. Campbell's Hasbro Lego L'OREAL Nestle essentially. If you sell it Amazon Target Walmart you will become my client because you live in darkness with retail data. Let Me Brag a little bit about you. If I may at age twenty four you became the global director of digital and social media at gap which seems pretty young to have that role. I wasn't doing much of anything at twenty four. I think I was taken out the mail for running that role at gap at the time. But then you walked away from that to start this company out of your apartment. I believe in Brooklyn that must have been a difficult decision similarly Eric. You had a big role at Webex. You were leading the engineering team. You had hundreds of engineers. You said your wife. Hey I think I need to go start this company. And she didn't like the idea yes. She's sort of an online at likely. That idea by almost field to graduate was twenty. Four years ordered the three of us. Degenerates Rachel Rachel? With killing by the way the other thing that I love about what I've heard about your career is Gary Chuck who was an investor. My company and I believe invested in yours describes you as a fucking gangster quote unquote and lucky to have his support. Let's talk about MC MAC and the growth of online video and the commercialization of online video. Obviously Eric has a massive video business. What you're trying to do with mic-mac some people describe it as infomercials for the web. I've heard the term mini-martial Did you come up with that may I coined? Yeah and the idea is that it was very hard before mic-mac to see video and buy something you had to jump through hoops. And the bounce rate was like above ninety percent when you click through and now with mic-mac the bounce rate comes down to often like just ten percent right and a thesis of MIC. Mac was I was a gap. I was seeing the growth of video. I was seeing the change in the customer journey so gap Dot Com. The home page was the most traffic web page when I started when I left the product. Detail pages were seen five. X. Amount of traffic so all of a sudden all of these landing pages were actually becoming the heartbeat of conversion but no senior leader was paying attention to them and then finally the rise of Amazon so the early signs at the major retailers were about to become new wall gardens. And if you talk to major. Cpt brands they would be investing hundreds of millions of dollars whether is in digital video social paid search programmatic and having no idea what the outcome was on the other side. So in your case you have this insight and you know it's a good insight. I'm going to start a company but you leave a massive company and now you're this tiny little entity all by yourself and you have your your powers. You have the insight that the bravest lady in the Roman. You're like little little the honest truth. We said we tell the truth. And you have these massive companies that could easily swoop in and take your idea like talk to us about. How do you navigate that? And I want to hear also from Eric because he was in the same boat as you leaving Webex. Yeah it starts with an insight. That's not the hard part. The hard part is executed and initially. My competitor advantage right is speed to market. I'm nimble I can move faster fast. Forward all of a sudden I start proving myself and then other companies begin to pay attention. Because obviously if I'm successful must mean that there's a larger opportunity out there. How did that make you feel what was your reaction to the you know? The encroachment potential encroachment. My first reaction was. This is a good thing because you don't want to be a lone ranger business. It means you're you're not doing something to market if you're the only one marquette so I was excited I'm like yeah like competition bring it on but then when you look at the size of those companies so I currently thirty employees my competitors have upwards of five thousand employees. Then you start to get a little bit scared because they could put you know. Fifty salespeople against the southwest territory and then no one at Kirk Dr Pepper. We're GonNa talk to me and those are. The dynamics began to change for me last year. Which was a like. I got a suit up. Because there's people who can be louder and market right now. I still have the utmost confidence in my product. I have most confidence in my ability to lead but the reality is that they're bigger than me. Eric talked pretty shortly to catch up. Because speed everything up today have thirty. You may not know in five years. Probably have five thousand or six thousand you know more than your competitors as
Top Flyer: Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-American team
"After averaging twenty points and seven rebounds per game this season Dayton sophomore obi Toppin was selected a unanimous college basketball AP all Americans topping who helped the flyers to its highest ranking in program history this season is the first Asian player to receive first team honors I was Luka Garza Marquette's Markus Howard Oregon's Payton Pritchard in Seton hall's Myles Powell rounded out the first team all American list the second team consisted of divine Dawson and you do okay as a bouquet of Kansas Duke Vernon Carey San Diego state's Malachi Flynn and Michigan state's Cassius Winston I'm Josh Rowntree
Hollywood Studios Halt Film And TV Production
"All production shutdown in Hollywood so for the people who are supposed to be working including those with contracts. The question now is will they get paid agents? Managers and lawyers are trying to figure that out but as the global pandemic continues to take us into uncharted territory. Answers might be difficult brin. Sandberg is a senior writer at the Hollywood reporter and she's been looking into what the covert nineteen shutdown means for people who work in the entertainment Industry Bryn. Welcome back to the show. Hi John Thanks for having me so. Let's first talk about a legal term. It's called force majeure and as I understand it. It essentially relates to unforeseeable circumstances that prevent a contract from being enforced. How might it apply here? Well John that definitely applies here when we typically see force majeure events. It's it's in relation to Labor strikes. Which is what happened in the two thousand seven to two thousand eight writers strike or is related to a natural disaster like a wild fire or an earthquake but those are usually local so the fact that this is a a global pandemic. It means that it's triggering simultaneous industry-wide shutdowns that kind of force majeure event is sort of without precedent in Hollywood. So a couple of weeks ago. Was that something that companies were really thinking about that. It gave them the option of shutting down a production and not having to worry about being on the hook to pay people. Yeah I think these studios of course know that they have this power if you will In in an event like this and there was a period of time where You know I think people didn't know was it? Was it safe to be around people? Could we stay in production and so and then when it became increasingly clear that that wasn't going to be safe that's of course when when the studios started taking these steps to suspend and again they? A lot of them will reassess. I know Netflix. For example there shutdowns where they said for two weeks before though you know reconsider and so when that when that two week. Marquette's will we'll start to see what some of these two years are going to do with their major projects. How long they can keep them on. Hold and how we all move forward. Does that mean that for some companies. During that two week window they are continuing to pay their cast and crew. And then they'll reassess that decision right so this is this is the interesting question. And this is what of course many actors writers directors producers. You know they all want to know. Okay what about my pay? My still going to get paid during this time. And that's really a big question mark. I spoke with a lot of these. These wraps managers agents lawyers and it seems like in a force majeure event like this. The studio's really like I said they have a tremendous amount of latitude and they do not necessarily have to fulfil contracts but that being said it doesn't mean that That certain companies are not still paying people. So you know. Nbc suspended SNL for the next three shows but they've still committed to paying their employees for those three weeks as though they were working Netflix as well on NBC Universal. You know I heard where we're continuing to pay some of their crew that we're going to be working on those shows for these two weeks during the shutdown so once that period of time is up and these companies do reassess And should they hold these productions indefinitely then it becomes much less likely that they will continue pay people and hold people in their contracts. We're talking with Brin Sandberg a senior writer at the Hollywood reporter about pay during production shutdowns. One of the things that's critical. I think to a lot of people. In the business they are essentially freelancers. Their GIG WORKERS. They have sporadic work. And if they're laid off for a long period of time they might not qualify for unemployment or health insurance. Have there been conversations about how those people might be protected. Even on a federal level there have been calls for you know the government to step in and help given how unprecedented this you know. The situation is I do not know that there's been any resolution yet or any consensus about what is going to happen. I think we're in this murky period of time where we're waiting to see what does happen on top of all of this. There are labor negotiations and contracts. That were happening before. The Corona Virus Pandemic the alliance of Motion Picture and television producers was starting talks with the Writers Guild of America. How might collective bargaining be affected by all of this and might actually benefit one side on the bargaining table? That's a great question. This is a this is a subject that came up a lot when I was talking to these wraps because you know this has been their life for really the past year because the writers have fired their their agents. And then we're about to enter these contract negotiations with the studios. One lawyer told me that you know it now feels like all the time that we spent talking about the wgn in the in the potential strike issues was just rearranging deckchairs on the titanic. You know it's now put into this This whole other perspective and and really it's depending on who you talk to. You will hear different things about who might benefit from this. The most in terms of those those negotiations some managers lawyers and agents will say you know. The writers have less leverage now. Because what are they gonNA go on on strike about and then you have talked to writers you said? I think this helps us. Because any plans that studios had to rush development script production you know before the May deadline which is what they were doing to prepare themselves. If a writer strike were to happen you know those. Those plans have been shattered and now they need writers. You know working more than ever to to create content and so In terms of you know win the actual contract negotiations will happen now That's another big question mark because they were supposed to kick off those talks officially on March twenty third Which is Monday and it seems unlikely that that's going to to move forward on that date now.
UIC advances to 1st Horizon League title game since 2004
"Sharks college hoops to Paul taking a Marquette in the women's big east championship tonight at Wintrust arena the two teams facing each other in the conference title game for the fourth straight year and a at you I see taking on top seed Wright state in the horizon league semi
Rachel Lubchansky, CEO of REL Impact and the Sheer Impact Conference & Community
"Rachel Chance Ki as a speaker at her upcoming conference sheer impact on April second. Today I am thrilled to introduce you to this extraordinary woman. Rachel chance is a triplet. Mama an entrepreneur and a start up business coach. She is deeply committed to lighting the way for women to realize their full potential and step into their power as the founder and CEO of real impact and sheer impact conference in community. Rachel provides a step by step process support and connection to help women lodge and grow their own. Businesses Challenge the status quo and intentionally craft a life. They love living. Let's meet Rachel up. Chomsky welcomed extraordinary women radio. Rachel thank you so much ham. Happy to be here with you. I'm thrilled to have you here with us. And I am excited to be joining you as a speaker at your upcoming conference. Ashir impact on April second in Denver. Yeah I'm really excited about having you in the lineup. This year united have been talking for a couple of years. I know you weren't able to make it to the conference in the past two years and to be able to share your genius and extraordinaire with our community is just going to be so exciting Your whole lineup. Your whole lineup is amazing. I mean you always. That's something I've always admired is on these events. You just bring in a really amazing lineup of speakers. A full day of just inspiration. Yeah Yeah thank you so much. So you have been an entrepreneur center twenties and I totally love this because I think back to me in my twenties and at that point in my life I was just figuring out what I was going to be doing in my life. So I wanna hear about how you stepped in to be an entrepreneur early on in your life so I was living in New York City and had graduated college from the Fashion Institute of Technology and in New York. They're sort of this well. I had this feeling that I could just kind of do anything for right or wrong and lost a New Yorker. Did you did you? Just move there As a young girl to go to the Fashion Institute yeah I grew up in the West. So I'm a Westerner at heart but I think being in New York City for college really sparked within me this this idea that could be and do anything man I think because I just saw so much like it opened my eyes to what was possible fast forward and I just want a pause on that because I want to even the fact that you went to New York you know as a young girl to go from from the Midwest. I remember going to to New York City when I was about. Twenty three with with three of my best friends are two of my best friends are three of us and just coming from a small farm country of Colorado. Got To New York in my eyes. Were just like you know. Wide Open. Holy Moly so. I can't imagine having moved. There actually picked up a move there when you were when you were so young. So what was that like? Yeah that was invigorating. I know I got there. I think that there could be multiple responses right to the hustle and bustle of big city. Life And for me. It was just so exciting. I couldn't wait to experience so many different aspects of the city being fit. I was not in a traditional college environment. I was living in the city life And so it was cool just to be able to find my way. You know for the first time I was like I wasn't navigating familiar. Neighborhoods I was. I was constantly exploring I didn't really identify as an academic at that time or before. Then I was very always very experiential learning and it was at that time that I realized that I really enjoy learning. I really love learning and so it was. I love learning in the classroom at that time but I also just loved being on the streets and learning all about how to navigate the world right now and that's a great place to learn to navigate the world. Yeah yeah that's cool. That's really really cool. Okay so back to your entrepreneurial journey so it was twenty four. I think when I moved back to Saint Louis and it was at that time that start a adopting a different way of dressing was a little bit more modest in line with my values are really taking note of the way that I showed up both for myself as well as for others and simultaneous. To that time I realized that there was a void in the market of modest women's apparel and so I just set out to fill it But it wasn't just any kind of modest apparel. It was really on the more fashion forward stylish side of of the Marquette. And so I was planning my wedding and starting a business all at the same time and as you'll hear my story that's just kinda how I roll is slow. Throw it all in there at the same time and I often think back to that period of my life and I was like around twenty five years old and starting my first business and not really knowing what I was doing in some senses thinking I was knowing what I was doing right and then hearing the rest out and that I love that because there is a point where we think we know what we're doing and we really don't have all the pieces that that that are going to be coming into the world That's so common for us as as entrepreneurs right absolutely and and it's all about reaching out to your networks or finding the people who can support you in those areas when you find yourself sort of at a loss or confusion or whatever. The the road black might be And I think too you know when we're young and I look I see this through my own children. They're just uninhibited rate. They're not scared. They don't have the same they don't have that same. Fear factor that you have as he gets older at Sandra so when I look back twenty years ago when I was starting that first business or I guess shot just shy of twenty years ago. I think that's that's what I had like. A sense of my youthfulness. That was still there and and didn't hold me back like it didn't it didn't bring in that element of fear or intimidation. I just went for it and so I decided to launch this business and I think I think the business launched like within a couple of months of my wedding and so it's just really exciting time and I loved being in. The fashion industry brought me back to New York City several times a year as well as the other fashion markets that I traveled to To do the buying and merchandising of my online retail
"marquette" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"Always sucked there was a lot of days were like really hurt the experience and the motivation and the you know your your your your connection to things and and so when everything sort of really started. I thought two things I thought one like does the world know what it's about to learn like I. I don't think it does the grime eunice that's about to come out and then to like thank. God Man you know because there's a lot of really great people and all those people I have been part of so many conversations in so many instances and experiences where you kind of all collectively ignore things or just moved past things because like that's the grinding of the entertainment industry you know and it's really wants to the purge started. I was like Nice Man. This is really good like reinvigorated rated for me my own sort of you know like. Oh good like my own motivations with it and like it's been nice. It'd be nice to like say like yeah. You're Dick back yeah that guys a Dick. You know it's like it'd be nice to be able to say it out loud and not feel like you're going against the stream. I didn't see too much overt. I never ah there's always been kind of those super subtle ways in which that we're discovering because like so many men are being educated on what's appropriate like because there's gradations complete monsters and there were like just guys who thought like a certain level of like. Mild Sexual Harassment was this Waco Josh Yeah and and but I remember specifically I was doing this pilot ones with this actress who is like awesome and she wasn't GonNa Thirties couldn't couldn't Donovan Cooler. I remember we're sitting in the makeup trailer. One day and one of the other actors do just came in and started rubbing her shoulders and it was like I couldn't imagine him doing into you more to me like there wasn't anything overtly sexual about it from what I could tell but it definitely like. I'm not sure he would have massage. Dr Shoulder exactly I don't. I don't know if you would have gone near us and I could see on her face. She's like what the fuck. I have to accept this like yeah if I speak up right now. I'm yelling aline at someone over a shoulder rub. Do I really want to bring this on all this. You know stress. It's going to be out of this but in addition it just didn't. She shouldn't have had to deal with that. You're listening to it either. You know she shouldn't have to sit there taking it. You know yeah like Oh. God is a steam roll onto something else and I it's. It's wild I. I'm trying to think about wait. Who is oh. I have a great so you you did two movies with a meal Hirsch. Yes I have a great meal her story do the great thank you spill it and I've known a meal a meal and I had to see Z. Manager for like a decade and I always felt like he was sort of like I was like the red headed. Step sound like meal just crushed it so hard body karate but have you heard this story that he was shooting a movie in Mexico and he I I don't know the day was getting fucked and there was something wrong with the shots and so he was in the back seat of a car. They were doing a driving scene and he's taking the backseat off camera camera and there in between takes. He's talking. Shit about the director of photography. He's like this fucking guy like locking up the shot. I don't know he was just talking to a massive shift as we're all guilty of like at the worst thing you can do to enact. There's actually give them a job. We can't blame them. We don't have words except for that's it and then we complain we have work and so he was bitching and forgot that his mic was on which I've done every actors done and the DP hurt them and basically the rap for the day and the DP cornered him in a fucking alley in Mexico like as the day was over and he was like walk talking to a trailer and was like hey come in and bug it was like I don't WanNa hear my fucking name out of your mouth up against a wall aw which was kind of like woodcut physical one talking about like how like actors and people can just have total abuses of power takes a year. Eh fucking bag yeah absolutely that's crazy. I mean DP ten tend to be so quiet in embassy either like normally get someone. That's like got a switchblade in their pocket. It's ready to go. I WanNa talk to you about something. I love it. My well. It's Brian Geraghty has a shining moment and I won't tell his story because of on the Chicago sell me this. This one's good. It's quite as sorry listener guys. I'll get him get him on the podcast. Bryan have good stories one last question. I ask it at the end of every pod. What are your one or two Chris. Marquette Commandments truths that you have discovered the you want to impress upon someone else. Drop the wisdom cruise. It can be anything thinking like this. The Fat Jewish episode dropped today in his were if you have sex John Stamos it's not totally true and so you don't have an. SC forget checked. I wish I could be as funny as this moment the the I. Then it could just be one. I think I tend to think that I think I think thinking about yourself is perhaps the biggest waste of time and I think takes up most people's time in their lives and I think it is one of the most difficult things I've ever had to do has been to convince myself repeatedly that that is true that that to sort of always always try to find this like bird light like bird's eye view of myself. is an actual waste of time and that at the sort of the the the next the next sort of a a move your internal compass gives you whether it's really stupid it or not is probably your best bet and to like keep going life and I just think that that other part you know. I I think people can let go of and I usually sat for myself more than than anybody. I also don't know if I I tend not to tell anybody else how what they should do with their lives you know but that works for me the really does and I tend to think I think I've found nick an incredible amount of trust in that process and and it's allowed me to not spend too much time in the future and not spend too much time in the past and with that much more full experience of my life and so I think that's that's probably where Sharon and what's Ryan Reynolds like we're done already. You want to keep talking for a little while. Eh joining myself like I had more questions for you. Man This nobody wants. You're absolutely recently listening in some episodes and I was like Josh you gotTa. Show no not at all talking tonight all I did want to be so much part of your conversation with Vincent offering although it was such I was is like Vincent had this sorry I'll get to run routes because that's a nice store but he but the listened to Vincent and you said something effective like he was talking about directors being directed and then and then you said yeah I mean if I was lucky enough to have someone like you that I was directing a scene. I flicked. That's what I'd do. Who is I'd give a metaphor because he was talking about how much hates metaphor yeah given to them and and he was like yeah yeah see metaphors are when directors don't have any fucking clue what what they're doing. There was just a moment where I heard you like go. Oh yes and I thought was like Oh. That's what it's like talking. Vincent offering like that exact moment mitt sometimes like Vincent Bulldoze. He's like a bulldozer like he like doesn't he's so a he like he has no filter at all. Aw is that how it. I don't think it went a little. You were great. I think I made a joke about how I would probably be. I think I was going like I'll all be the guy to give the metaphor I would be that asshole exactly but instead of sort of rolling with the joke like he unfiltered like just sort of like lamented like like just went at the director that does give the metaphor. You know. It was like yeah well you know. They don't know what the fuck they're doing and I was like Oh like and that's how my experience with Vincent was always is that was like you know I was like of Vincent. You're like like eat people. You're like what are you work with them on. We did this movie. This really interesting movie recalled broken horses which was a very strange experience and it was him and I and Anton Yeltsin God rest his soul he and it was a sort of a weird contemporary Western warm movie written and directed by an Indian Indian guy from India who made Bollywood movies comedies yeah it was really strange but they called him like the Spielberg of India or something and and he was a he's a great guy total nut and so Mian Vince really that great or is he just a nut Chris not but he was great he also yeah. I just love that buzzword because you know agency like scramble and they're like you gotta get Chris. What are we. It's easy to any Guy Spielberg bargain. We're good while he would just title David fincher totally. It could be total bullshit. I'd never seen actually I've never seen any of his movies so I have no oh idea what his bollywood movies alike they could. Would you know if it was good absolutely not he's intense. He superintent but it's now. It's like Oh. You're like so charming yours like like I was like. Oh no matter how well you get to know Vincent Vincent for nobody gives up that part of himself. That's like that's like like just can cut someone down like freely. He's like really not because he's a bad for not like that not because he's looking looking at Cup people down just that he he he's a guy believe so much in in himself and in his ideals and his knowledge and experience that he has no problem just like throwing whatever he is thinking right out into a conversation. What was he attacked with. He was great. He was exactly everything you guys talked about. I thought that's exactly what what he did like all the time. He's got his Stanislavsky techniques and he's got vincent a guy who I remember thinking. I wondered the whole time I thought I wonder how he challenges himself because he seems to. I wonder what shocks him about about performing 'cause that whole thing we worked on was like every day was like a big overwhelming like sort of dramatic experience for me and and Anton Yeltsin bunch of actors and Vincent always felt I was like just coolest cucumber all the time you know so really relaxed very calm and and and I.
"marquette" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"Been somewhere around Clare Montclair my family's Jews from North Jersey from Newark and West Orange and there we go yeah fifteen miles storage right now fifty miles outside the city where in Florida Stuart where's that no idea idea probably just sunk into the swamp at some point yet that or like just riddled with math. Take one of two options for steward or maybe it's really beaut- actually I have no idea yeah so. I'm the head of the hospital here in Stewart. We give heart transplants from people all over the world like maybe a heart transplant heart transplant capital. Maybach walk that there's no way non Florida. My buddy lives in Naples Fort Myers Yeah. That's where all my family is. Listen I know Naples the people. This is a world all its own. I can't wait. It's funny how you'll see triggering things when you have a podcast and how people will give you bad reviews in the APP store. Were just because it'll be like. I have this whole thing where like I think like just because you're diagnosed with social. Anxiety doesn't mean it's okay to have yeah get over over at starbucks. Could someone in the eyes don't have tape post me and someone wrote me this long like it was so passive aggressive. Ziggy me like three stars in the APP store and they're like brilliant. You know love the the interviews put the rance or getting ridiculous and also a diagnosis is a diagnosis it. I know her button. I bet there's GonNa be a little uproar in Naples and and if it's from my uncle bill I apologize on his behalf sorry Bill Sardi Bill de I lived in Florida did West Palm for a couple years. Yeah Yeah West Palm or no idea what that's west. Palm Beach was pompey. Oh is that like we're dogs have glasses and stuff and they're riding around front baskets of bicycles and stuff like A. Eh totally cartoonish. It's near focused on yeah. Oh yeah okay cool yeah and short shorts people burnt like chicken mcnuggets and the style style so then you can't okay so you're in Florida prior to New York. Yeah Okay so Florida to New York and California. Yeah we kind hi to move we were really broke and so we kind of we'd have money and then we'd be awhile then we go to. Florida we kind of did trips back and forth and how did acting start are the store for I started I I started in doing Santa Comedy. When I was ten years old it really yeah I I found a advertisement backstage magazine on your own yeah no way I'm going to McDonalds sort of slipped off. Like what do you like did you were you honest about a real like. I found this and I need to go. It's yeah well I kid speeder and backstage was like the magazine magazine for actors and there was an ad for seed Gold Goldstar entertainment own my God. You were them. Yes Yeah Whoa Dude would I would have gone to my deathbed. Never remembering that you buy gold. I must've been or at one point was like please said Rep me. One of the two you want to golds K kids. I gotta go. I got the Gold Star. That's crazy yeah wow and he wrote me no way that's crazy. You did stand Dan Yorke for a bit and then in just ledge out to California I booked the Amanda. Show and it's what brought me out here. It was a sketch comedy for kids and and that SORTA spun off Josh Allen Yeah I've been here since what was it the Mira Sorvino movie the La how'd you know in my research and Michael Michael Imperial Yeah was he he was great. He was he was really great because he's a newfound Buddhist Kinda Z. O. Very like the I mean that movie was there's the Guy Directed at movie. Souls is guy named Gary Winnick. Uis Directory passed away prior over a decade ago now directed some really cool movies and but he that was his first movie and they whole movie was they found I think him and somebody else maybe the writer. Ah this is all coming from like several Chris's brain so I don't know what it could be a little romanticized or a little off but they've found the journals of a recovering drug drug addict and they wrote a script on it and then found the guy and then Michael Hurley played him and so it was a really small movie like real like I think like I mean like most places. I don't think they even knew we were filming. You know all around York and I was that was the first movie I ever really did and and so Michael. What I remember of Michael. He's one of those like thank God. He was actors that as a group was like Oh nice like he was able the oscillate between like doing some really intense stuff and then being a good human being you know it's like which is hard which is really hard. Have you ever had an experience with one one of those guys. Who can't Oh Yeah Oh God and foster have you well. We've been in particular none. None bet well. I just know like again like I just have so many friends who've worked with him and I will qualify that I think the guy's fucking brilliant and like some of the work he does. I almost think good. How could he do it any other way? Then be completely immersed in it but I mean Alpha dog fascinates me a number of levels and and he chief like first and foremost some like was he walking around toward nuts no actually not at all. I I've known been I've I've I've. I've lost touch with Bam. You know I don't talk to them as often as I used to but Ben and I at that time lived in the same apartment building and we were really close yes and his little brother John who also really good actor the to the three of us were real real close buddies and so when Ben and I filmed that movie we kinda got kind of got to see both those who kind of get to go off and we wouldn't work together in the same scene but we go off and shoot our days and then like see each other in the lobby of our apartment building so I kinda got to see a good you know a good behind the curtain of of the of the infamous Ben Foster you know and and I don't think he was maybe he's gotten more nuts like maybe he's gotten more that that guy in his process. It's like sense but it didn't register like that to me at the time well. He looks at in that movie particularly. He looks crazy not did although he had put those drops in your eyes you get when you get an eye test that dilate your pupils and so and so that's why why because like when you do lots of cocaine your pupils dilated and so he wanted a guy was like a coke speed freak so he dilated pupils for the whole movie and that's. I think a like a subtle like you won't even know or realize that you're just that's you're like Oh. There's something insane about this guy. The pupils are just like blitzed out of their mind. You know they're just as big as they can be. Do you find isn't that amazing to with little tricks like that. Where where it's like so much of that can do can tell the story for you know I had mark romantic on the the pod who directed one hour photo and never let me go and brilliant brilliant director and sometimes I want to tell the actor don't feel compelled L. to lift all of this like trust me. I'm going to help you like with the score and what's going on behind you in the way. I'M GONNA fill this frame because I think his point and I've felt this reform. I feel like I really gotTa push this and he's like no just live here and everything I'm doing around. You will inform how you're feeling is well well. That's the real lucky thing right. I mean you if you're lucky enough to to find a director that can do that. You know like that's the difference you know. It's not the cause. It's such a it's a collaborative art form known so to have to be able to be in a position where you can trust that you know that that you know that you can just stand there and that and that there you know that the post production will will be the guiding force of here of this. It's you know this is one of my favorite things to do. Josh is I really love watching. The bad movies good actors in the best thing ever. Oh like the not bad yeah bad movies like the ones that you're like. You know you like talk like there was one like two years ago forgetting the name now three years ago now and it was it it was like on Itunes is Oh scrolling through and it was like starring. Tom Hanks and I was like what how did that how that wasn't it the AMC sixteen in Burbank you like Oh that must maybe that's not his usual quality of a bet that wasn't directed by Spielberg End to watch those are great because you do get to see those types of actors in the raw without the support necessarily of the highest quality of sound design and editing great directing great directing and and the the money behind post. You know you know end sometimes script. You don't get to see them work with the most brilliant writing and it's really interesting to see actors. It's always for me sometimes. It's always made me feel a little. It makes them feel a little less. I idolized them still little like simply brings them down down to Earth a little bit more. That's makes them a little more accessible. Oh my God I've done movies director. I wanted to be like what are you the juice. I have an an whole movie Red dawn tire. You're fucking and I'll take the fucking blame like is inevitably. The buck stops with me every scene base yeah. Were there for a little up to me and been like Josh slow much. You feel that way about red hot hot trash. Yeah it's fine. It's not like it's funny that you think is that you and your perspective you'd do does yeah what I would say is having a decade since I made that movie the One thing that I appreciate about it. It's I have a lot of a servicemen who love it like cool. Yeah enlisted guys like a guy like man. I'm a marine and I fucking Love Red Dawn on dude yeah so now like it gives me a a reminds me that it's not all about me but yeah it's not. It's not my finest sal. I did that ever. Do you think that that though that experience in that that you know that role or what you did there lent lent a hand anything else later on down the road yeah I mean I think it was one hundred percent part of like a longer sort of full picture journey and that in particular and then the experience a hat on grandfathered which was challenging because I just felt like I was. Ill equipped wept for how the role revealed itself what it what it required 'cause. I gotTa know and I'm interested to ask you this. There are certain things I know. I'm not not great at like. I'm not particularly great looking and I'm also like you're a handsome match. I'm all right. I'm nice looking for normal yeah. I ain't Hollywood pretty totally at that and I'm kind of sticky and like so a lot of times I go offer the Nerdy guy role but I'm not I'm never gonNA get that part. I don't do that. I also no. I'm not going to get the Ju- a Jew but I don't look like a Jew the way that ninety percent of what they're thinking the boxes they need check so anyway grandfathered it turned out that that role became something that like I didn't feel like knew how to do it well and and read Don on where to sort of very sobering experiences in the best thing that came out of it was over the last two years. It drove me back in the class and it forced me to take a look at INSA-. I've been really lucky. I've had some reasonable success and I know that I've worked really worked really hard but I know that there are some bad habits and also I felt fraudulent that I wasn't quite sure I'm like I know I can be good sometimes and or with the right people people but why can't I just always be pretty good you know like instead of it shouldn't the the discrepancy should be that big and so like I felt like I was either great or I sucked and and so I went back to class and it was like in Vincent Sinton offer. You turn me on her and it was like a no-holds-barred. I'm going to strip you of your ego. I would rather you leave than bullshit here and it made me feel like a real actor coal so that's sort of the best that came out of it. That's Nice I mean the grey areas the real. Will you know inbetween feeling like you know feeling like you just gave the performance of your lifetime and like I should quit acting like that's that's. That's the Mark Mark I always think you should you know you kinda shoot for but speaking of what you just said to like I get the I call the like.
"marquette" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"marquette" Discussed on PTI
"Or Marquette's. The answer is John Morandi this. He's been the unknown lottery pick all year. And now for the first time people are gonna don't even know where Murray state is are going to be able to see him. There's no pressure on on Marquette because they gassed at the end of the year. He lost a lot of five six that's sort of meaningless if John marine gets taken out that's bad for him. But if he plays, well, then that justifies the heights oppressors Marquette to stop Djaama ran. So they can try to advance in Marin averages listen to this number in college, ten assists per game as one in the country, gene, dairy number. That's right, college assists, number one. So he can soar he put thirty five thirty eight last week the pressures on Marquette to defend this kid. And I know Howard at Marquette escort. Mark. Once. Yeah, he's terrific. Be the best match up of the vans toss up scarier number two seed, Michigan or Michigan state will you locked into Michigan state predicted in your bracket with state. I'm going to say Michigan for this reason. Michigan state has to play Duke. I think if that game happens, I think Duke would be Michigan state, whereas Michigan gets to play Gonzaga. Michigan would win that game. Michigan can beat anybody in his tournament except Michigan state with zero and three. So what does that mean that Michigan is the scarier number two because of the because of who they get okay? Michigan state's the scary team because they're better. And you know, what both of these teams have great coaches. You got to have great is on belong there. I'm taking you asked me the line of all the coaches in college basketball right now and terms of who could give his team in advantage in a regional game. Layton early round game or final four other than my. Sheesh. Ask you right there with him shoulder to shoulder. I am taking Tommy's championships. Absolute next tossup more likely to go out on Thursday, LSU or Villanova. So LSU was playing Yale. Villanova the defending champions are playing Saint Mary's in Hartford, Connecticut, which is so far away from Saint Mary's Saint Mary's is not going to have any crowd there. It will be a smaller upset if Villanova went out it'd be a much bigger upset fellows LSU's got real real talent. But LSU's coach at the moment is coaching school. I got all weird parts unknown. Okay. Where's this Yale six on hard outright? We got the sprint eighty one points. I'm saying that would be a monumental upset because they don't have co chillers. How Tony Villanova could go out. I haven't gotten enough credit yet on this show for picking last week it definitive you read it on your podcast on this show. Here's Chris Mary's Uganda. Zag I'm rooting from Amand J right now. That's I'm rooting for. But Saint Mary's could take them out next last one toss up who got into. Nights playing fairly Dickinson or prairie view am. So I must confess that. I am not that familiar with the over of prairie view. Am which I believe is the locals call it. They call it the view, I do know that they once lost eighty straight eighty straight football games. I don't know that that's relevant here is not fairly Dickinson when I was in high school..
"marquette" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"These squared Yoda. It's time for our favorite time of the year. Pick them pick them because you are to king of pick him. In fact, you you pick something every single day to help people make money. It's most amazing thing in the world. But Gabe gifts and I pick this weekend. I first game coming up on Saturday number nineteen Wisconsin at number seven Michigan at noon who you got, Dan. Oh, man, Michigan. I'm gonna take him at home. But I like me some Wisconsin. They're back playing like, Wisconsin. But I did the first game. Michigan. Got stuck could make shot. Iggy. Bras day is could not he he names crash in score. But I'd look for revenge. I think Michigan not playing great, by the way. Neither is Michigan state, obviously. But I'm gonna take Michigan only because it's at home said Greenberg. Yeah, I've got Michigan at home. And I can't Michigan is one of the one teams that can play half one on one and not have to dig down and scrape and helping run those guys off the three point line a little bit. And you know, they shot Michigan shocked about pretty well yesterday. Zeh cassava shot it really well pool. Made some shots. I do worry about Michigan's inability to really show, any consistency. And what they're doing offensively. But at home this is a game got a win. You can't lose home games. All right next. One number fourteen Villanova at number ten Marquette at two thirty on Saturday. So who you got this is out game right here. This is an Ouch got Marquette coming off that loss where they just weren't really sink, the first African Saint John's, and then you got Villanova that just villanovan type things. I mean, you've got two guys who basically squirrel points booth, and PASCAL Glaspie's has been very very good. But I looked this as a I wouldn't say desperate by that. This is a red letter game for market this game of Marquette's going to be a series team that can win games in the tournament at home. They've got to beat Villanova. And I like Marquette, I think they've got greater debt. I think that we hear about Howard. But the houses are really really good John's much-improved defensively, I'm gonna go with Marquette. I have people that actually come up to me at games in the like are pick segment. A few of them told me they bet on our pick segment. So I'm gonna take this a little more seriously than what I might have otherwise because I want to lose anybody money, but I don't know line or anything like that. But I'm gonna take Villanova. Seth in. It's it's the anti what I just said about the Michigan Wisconsin game. You wanna take you wanna take Marquette at home this time of year playing for.
"marquette" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"We're gonna have Steve O J hausky as our guest of Marquette head coach they've got villain over coming up this weekend coming off a very tough. Tough loss to a a good Saint John's team led by schmolly ponds. Why call the Mariana Rivera the clouds of ask about a close may bigshots. Yeah, we're gonna talk a little, you know, Michigan state. We're gonna talk a little bit Illinois. We're gonna talk a little Tennessee. We're going to do some pick later on. I mean, we're to cover a lot of stuff. So right now on a scale of one to ten ten being you are panicking where are you with Michigan state? I'm not panicking. I if I were young coach might be panicking. But you know, Tom seen it all I. I'm a little I might. And I don't know. How time does is? I saw him do this during the game. Got after him. Then backed off of them. Then got disgusted. I just think you keep working on it. And you keep putting the guys like arns and mcquaid and Henry and these guys in positions where they got a repetition do it over and over and over again. So that maybe they can make plays. I it. But I'll say this. I'll tell you this say whatever you want. I know it's three game losing streak but said it is really hard to beat Michigan state. Like Brad Underwood came over to me. We did the post game. And then he just sat and hung out with me for a few minutes like five minutes after a while. The crowd was rushed talk ball with two. Yeah. Great, dude. He's like, man. They're just hard to hard to finish off. I mean, Indiana. Yeah. You know, one for nine from Nick ward, they didn't shoot free throws and even forty percent. Okay, fine. And it goes over ten they're just we could say what we want. We can put dirt on Michigan state, but damn or they hard to beat they hard. I agree. I just think that you know, that their margin of error now because of their lack of that that Lankford fifteen points a game hard, and he also had the ability if you got underneath them to just rip it go. And you know, he could elevate enough to to get a shot. Now another team, and I'm gonna give you a little stat. Right. I'm not a big stack guy. You know? I mean, I'm not a numbers guy. Can't remember numbers? I'm not good at it. You know, you're kind of cerebral guy that sure read. Stuff. But you don't last three final fours last three final fours. Starters twenty two seniors. Twenty one twenty one juniors. Ten ten sophomores and seven freshmen who does that favor. Well team bring up is Tennessee. This year's Villanova mature roles are defined complain the half court in transition hard to score against can throw it on the block and beat yet can shoot the three has a good leader in Jordan bone. He's Navistar not, you know, he's not Jalen Brunson. But I mean, are they that same elk some to certainly swagger think about think about their swagger love it. I love the fact that Penny Hardaway had to go after Barnes. I love the fact that everybody had to apologize to what was it Florida for the gator chomp? I love you don't win with a little bit of swag, man. I mean, look, we all wanna be choirboys. We all want to sit in the front row at shirts. We want to be a choirboy. Reading the bible cover to cover. What are you talking about? I'm in. I'm in forget where I'm at Leviticus. I'm gonna third book. What are you talking about? I'm rolling on the bible. But you're right. I don't but every six weeks, I wild here. I gotta do some stupid, and it doesn't work out. Well, but anyway, I digress. These guys have swagger Mander, they have an edge to them. And I don't know what the edge was for Villanova. I don't know what the edges for most teams that win. But I know they got it and everybody that's champion has it Seth..
"marquette" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Out of the Marquette interchange where a big chunk had to be shut down creating a traffic nightmare that lasted for hours clogging up all sorts of other freeways, traffic, literally filtered all over eastern, Wisconsin and other areas in an attempt to be able to go north today. It's going to be sows. And that instance, there was a report of shots fired. They never did arrest. Anybody? They never found out who was shooting at who. They just had a reported shots fired. They had to close the freeway as it tried to search for evidence. Would you have a shooting investigation? You can't say we're not going to investigate it. So they do have to investigate. But obviously you can't have deputies walking around with the freeway. Look for shell casings. If the freeway traffic brought to got it. So the freeway has closed. Sheriff Schmidt said several days ago that he was going to do saturation patrols in the Marquette interchange. Because it just tired of all of this stuff that keeps going out of their whether or not it's road rage. People driving like idiots, and then somebody get mad about it. And pulling out a gun and shooting at people, or are these people are is this are these cases of somebody knows the other person in his following him and tries to gun down on the eye on the freeway system. The thing that's weird is that it's always the Marquette interchange. You don't know people are shooting at people at one car shooting at another all over the place. But what it's been the freeway system around here. It's always there the Marquette interchange, which is the worst possible place for it because the interchanges is just that it's eight interchange. When you shut down one section of the freeway, you're shutting down access some three or four different traffic coming from all directions. All those ramps has to be closed it cetera. So hopefully, they'll be able to resolve this Suda, whatever a law enforcement work is done. We'll be done. But at the interview can't. Get an I forty three southbound, and if you're traveling from the north heading south they're going to put you off the freeway, and you're going to have to go off I ninety four in another direction. You can't get on forty-three southbound from anything else either. You can't stay on it. If you're coming from the north, and you can't get out it if you're coming either I seven ninety four in either direction to head south essentially over the high rise bridge..
"marquette" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel
"Subscribe button for me leave a rating leave a review, you can also shoot me a note over on Twitter or Instagram might handle is at Evan Daniels. Would love to know what you think about the podcast without further ado, let's jump to that conversation with market head coach, Steve Ojha hausky. It's time to go. Evan daniels. Send it in big fella now. Let's welcome in Marquette head coach Steve Ojha hausky to the sidelines podcast making his second appearance on the show coach, how are you? Thanks, grab me. I'm glad I did. Well enough on the go round. It'd be invited back. I Free State that my man, of course, you are a second appearance. How is the off season for you? And I have to see your two games in. But how is off season? All season was good as you know. There's not really ever an all using you're always going south into try to grow and improve your program. But I think our guys got better programs moving in the right direction and and were excited that the season is finally here. Yeah. You're gearing up for your fifth season at Marquette. I can't believe it's actually been that long. What's been your favorite moment? Running that program so far. Well, I think the growth of the program, and you know, I feel so fortunate to be around unbelievable people on a daily basis, whether it's my staff the Marquette community, and then most importantly, my players, we have great kids. I mean, they make me proud with the way they handle themselves in the classroom off the court. And I think we have a chance to be a really good team this year. So that growth in that process. You know has has had some ups and downs. But through it all we're out of point now where I feel really good about our program and the health of it all. What about from your basketball career in general you played at Duke for four seasons? You coach there for fifteen years you've been at Marquette starting on your fifth year as mentioned in your eyes. What's the accomplishment that you're most proud of when it comes to basketball? Evan basketball has been so good to me. And you know, I'm a true believer that the ball is magic in it. And the most magical thing that game basketball has done for me allowed me could build and maintain some incredibly special relationships was that's the people who've coached me over the years or the guys that I played with or now the guys that I coached the ball has brought some of the best people in the world into my life. And that's the thing I'm most thankful for obviously a lot of good memories from basketball standpoint. Whether it's being a part of national championships or gold, medals, etc. But you know, now as I look back the greatest thing that the game is giving me is the relationships that I've been able to develop you mentioned relationships, and obviously you've been around some pretty impressive basketball minds who who do you turn to when you need advice or or you're looking for.
"marquette" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The principal the contract was it that you began with marquette argued in the supreme court agreed that that that the courts should defer to the marquette's internal process in the sackler hearing committed establish and and meet not taking fresh look at what happened here and the and the court again it's opinion by rejecting that proposition in and if you think about it for minute it it's an odd proposition it's essentially saying that that in a contract between two parties one of the parties gets to decide at least presumptively whether or not his field the terms contract most of us would not agree to a contract like that and it's particularly i think troubling in the concept in context of freedom of speech because what marquette is said is a of faculty hearing committee is it's dr mcadams being tried by a jury of his peers now there three problems one is the he didn't agree to that that's out contracts but beyond that when it comes to freedom of speech we don't allow our right to speak to be determined by a jury of our peers because the right to freedom to free expression is a right to say things that the majority does not approve and so even if our peers disagree with rush we still have a right to speak finally the notion that a committee of university professors is going to stand up to the administration is a little bit fantastical the administration and university professors have tenure it's difficult to fire them but although marquette was trying to make it a lot easier in the case of jack and again right but but but the administration can do a lot of things that that affect their lives and so the notion that that a bunch of employees of university arkham stand up and hold the diversity accountable particularly when the university is taking physician happened democrat women creates fresheners is limited as marquette seem to believe that it was that's that's that's simply doesn't fly and so the the passages you're talking about is i think the court affirming the concept that it is the courts who are judge of whether marquette has has riled is contractual obligations in not marquette itself exactly rick asan berg president and general counsel wisconsin institute for law and liberty huge victory for will and you've had some big ones over the years this has got rank up there as a at the at the top because this is something that affects everybody this is a story obviously that has gotten national attention and rightly so since november of two thousand fourteen for those who don't remember what happened then professor john mcadams by the way a wellrespected renowned professor of political science there is no greater expert out there on the kennedy assassination then professor john mcadams and it has been a huge injustice that this man has been left out of the classroom forced out of the classroom for the last three and a half years but november two thousand fourteen he wrote a blog and he was critical of a student a graduate student professor who said that a student in her class or philosophy class would not be permitted to share his thoughts on same sex marriage because that would be offensive to or seen as homophobia to others in the classroom and rick here's the question i have for you legally speaking there seems to be along the way at marquette university a sense of disparate treatment that is to say that the graduate student professors speech was valued more than professor make adams speech did that play a role in this case so someone of the ironic things i've always thought about this case is that in marquette talked a lot about power the power relationships dr mcadoo which is a a tenured professor describe instructor is a graduate instructor not a professor now dr mcadams of course has no paolo her she's a different department he doesn't have any sales for what happened to her but the one person who was the most powerful situation was the graduate student and although marquette marquette is constantly refer to ms as a student.
"marquette" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"If weather just asked okay a bunch of preppy some of the north shore what sports are they good at golf and tennis even though marquette's almost in the inner city it's on the near west side they draw a lot of kids from from from the north shore well not so much nicolay because there's parents send their kids to marquette ketogenic off those i knew daugaard welded it wasn't going to i won't name some of the other sports but marquette i always has a strong athletic program but when you're good in two sports in the same time period that's something because kids can't be in more than one sport in the same season so if you play tennis you can't play golf anyway they're way ahead after the second day of the state golf tournament and the favorite to win the tennis tournament so stereotypes again apparently marquette's been strong in those through sports forever and ever and ever ever will think about it which kids play tennis and which kids play golf it's a huge north shore kind of thing i mean homestead has a strong tennis program i think nicolay has a pretty strong one also those those are the schools that are known for it paul's wondering why tennis is it more you know the french is going on right now in the gulf i think golf is expensive tennis's free i mean they tell the us women's open golf tournament over the weekend i mean with the two americans of the top thirty i mean they're all from everywhere else young women just don't play gulf the tennis thing yeah it is free it's also very simple to learn and it's also a game in which it's very hard to get real good at tennis but it's not hard at all to get.
"marquette" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Hang onto their catholic roots but now as they present themselves to the rest of the world and that's what a magazine like this would do if you did not know that marquette was controlled by the jesuits and you picked up this magazine you wouldn't even know that there was a religious institution much less a catholic what it surprises me that marquette's alumni who arc and i understand a lot of people go to marquette or not catholic but it is still a selling point i think for some of the people who do go in there are some parents who want their kids to get a catholic education and it's one of the things that i think is grounded marquette and is given the institution strength i am surprised that more of their alumni are putting up with this and i'm surprised that the board of directors has made i think it's teaching decision because it's gotta be conscious this has to be a choice to almost erase any evidence at all of their catholicism from the campus at all and i say as as a contrast notre dame where the statues are everywhere i mean you got to the point that some people think it's too in your face at notre dame they got touchdown jesus and the whole thing in the cross is everywhere you go would they can't avoid mentioning at and sometimes notre dame can become to arrogant in clinging to their no of morality they set themselves up almost as holier than thou and that may rub some people the wrong way but marquette has gone in the opposite direction and as i say i don't think it's wise for marquette i think playing to their cathodic catholic roads and the catholic background is a strength and not something that they should continue to be wiping out at hiding but that's clearly been the mission of the university under the current regime and as i said i'm surprised that more members than the catholic community who've come from our cat aren't bothered by it and don't raise more of a stink about it and continue to tolerate the attempts by level.
"marquette" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Catholic only earlier this year marquette center for gender and sexuality studies wait wait wait the marquette center for gender and sexuality studies who comes up with this stuff and also offer courses like introduction to gender and sexuality studies and masculinity are you a student and if you are please tell me call us donor you can put a sock over the receiver nobody to recognize your name have you anybody in the local area here in a in a school studying something called the masculinity and then of course there's a course called the queer self narrative explorations of intersectional identity within its gender sexuality studies major are your kids starting this crap look if you're an adult and you're studying and stuff who cares there's nothing to be gained here that makes an embrace life better they're going to get a course credit but this is just crazy that people waste time energy and money it's expensive to go to school on these classes that don't really do anything a fire for the masculinity is class says it will focus on the subject with an emphasis on violence hyper masculinity sexuality socialization health and fathering now they've got a lot packed in there right let's take a word at a time violence that right there presupposes actually just by course description pushes into the head of the suspecting smooth brain stupid child that masculinity and violence so go hand in hand that violence violence occurs the new would address it but there again presupposing that right up front because you're masculine you're going to be violent that's what this is all about this hyper masculinity in other words if you're a man you're nuts you're hyper masculine and unity become down sexuality that's going to address that if you're heterosexual something horribly wrong with you socialization health and fathering masculinity is and of course off oh i'm sorry i skipped i i went back a paragraph through the course south flyer includes a headline what's zere story and and i said right what's zor story as opposed to what's her story it's what's z i air straight rather story describes the course that will use nerve psychology to investigate in the development of those who do not identify as heterosexual now what is narrative psychology keep in mind the psychology is nothing more than an opinion it is i'm sorry you're running somebody that's got a phd in psychology they'll try.
"marquette" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Finds her post on this philosophy page and decides to do a story on todd starnes sees the inside higher ed article because i'm pretty sure no offense you got a great blog but toddstarnes probably isn't reading the marquette warrior blog and so he he links the inside higher ed article now people are clicking around on her own page and saying and sending her emails yeah essentially marquette seems to say so eight is true if i'd simply overlook this and remained silent none of this what happened but of course i'm not under any obligation to remain silent about misconduct at marquette in that is by the way in contractual you're not under any obligation to remain silent about misconduct to marquette you are banned from campus they considered you a threat and so you were told you could not even set foot on campus after this right well yeah but then they arts and sciences dean got confused and said some contradictory things to my lawyers and ends up i'm allowed on campus but not in my office although of course my office is pretty much the place i'd like to be on campus but yeah i can come to campus but just not to my office well what you have to do is you have to say you're sorry and you have to agree you were wrong and you have to never never pipe up again that was and you refused to do that essentially that i was told i had to conform to marquette's socalled guiding principles which of course you know so much goody two shoes blather you know markets real guiding principles are where secular university that uses catholicism as a marketing ploy and people running our university are pretty much like the people running any other university they don't care that much about academic freedom and they basically want to raise a lot of money fry and bill more buildings and they charge more than your average public university and i believe just in the latest the latest or marquette is is i think in the in the school paper the schools were saying that catholicism itself is is bad and it's hurtful this is my so i think your description of marquette's all right so where does it so it stands right now you're you're fired right.
"marquette" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Oh you're listening to day damage hsieh all right here we go as promised uh you know a guy who really a trailblazer because uh he made people who like football realize you know what punters can be funny people you know what that's a it's a funny thing for people to recognize after all these years it's number seven from the oakland raiders marquette king bootlegger's what's happening man i say the king is what people focus on with you but to me it's the first name that that that stands out mark cat what kind of first name is that is for its okay it means a land owner is that true really got that border go look at a mark cat i like it very much up there have you ever heard of it is a first name uh marquette university moscow the only one i know yeah i know i know um a bentley got men for me we're gonna end this interview will pick up steam as we go just don't beacon scares concern first question beyond that one is a delived of course your guy could tell by looking at uh got the guns out is that for ad hoc you'll ian his retirement on know man i love having conversations with america's long when you talk about for real 'cause i 'cause you see that the i i think the most noteworthy example is in the divisional round the referee was yap and with that with the patriots down there having a laugh with them so that's okay you guys get you guys go back and forth throughout the game will it depends on you gotta you gotta field of off from it coats with the coats wants you to be all series right dan you look this way because you can't see woulda iso sudden this way in a look at it like this said why would you do for trust us.
"marquette" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And you may have to check it out online but nonetheless milwaukee panthers ally fear and saw the marquette golden eagles as he began big east tournament play on wednesday against the paul if you pay attention to the bracket technology any and all that kind of stuff marquette is being viewed right now as one of the first 14th out of the field of sixty eight and looking in so what does that mean well i don't think a win over the paul is likely to be enough to get the marquette golden eagles in the end via the blade tournament amid a lot of help and a lot of teams that are projected to begin to stumble and then of course you don't want to have bid thieves in a one team or one bid conferences that somehow sneak a team that was on the outside looking in to the championship game and have them win stealing a bid from an at large team from power conference that could happen as the fall was happens but for marquette a win over the paul on wednesday that would be just the start here they would run into villanova and the very next round a win there might be able to punched her ticket they still need a signature win you're not gonna get it on wednesday against the paul but an opportunity allies here on the horizon with the potential to take on villanova ask for the bucks here i very frustrating game once again as aid this seems to be the thing here now for the bucks to where they go down by double digits in the second half in expend all kinds of energy to try and get themselves back into it and they did again tonight and they've done so in these last several games unfortunately that mountain to climb is so significant that getting over the top prove very difficult and again you had a 15point lead whittled down to practically nothing and then it's just very did the cup a little things down.
"marquette" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The marquette and 894 northbound between the hale and you at set 10 minute ride an extra 4 and that it allows gala wtmj hello johanna konta the wtmj fiveday forecast waking up to sunny skies this morning mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures today with a high of eighty five tonight partly cloudy slight chance of a thunderstorm after midnight a low sixty eight wednesday partly cloudy chance of showers and storms a high seventy eight thursday rain and storms likely a high 75 i've friday partly cloudy breezy and cool with a chance of showers a high of 70 saturday partly cloudy chance of showers later high 76 i'm meteorologist brian his nancy or the storm team forecasts and wtmj parameters rising the week michigan water temperature seventy degrees madison 68 green bay sixty nine waukesha sixty one it's 71 at 620 wtmj and and less than twenty three hours until the 2017 addition of cream puff of palooza happening whisk athenian bills dead in the north lot it's need fear perk the one near the pitted center tomorrow morning starting at six sam they're going to be handing out six packs of green posted the first three hundred cars that entered that's a new number the six beck is the same the three hundred cars that's different not as many this time around so be advised beat forewarned if you what that six point six becker cream puffs tomorrow morning the 2017 addition of cream puff a palooza starts at six pm tomorrow with wisconsin state fear in 620 wtmj coming up at about ten minutes will be too with the drool sentinels were killed rutledge use the reporter who broke the story about this a rash of incidents of stories from the case nerds and mexico go to an all inclusive resort couple of them apparently in one case a woman from people he died a young woman who is in believe intriguing with her brother in the hotel pool she died he wound up unconscious with a bump on his hitherto believe than the in some other injuries they didn't know what had happened to them then other stories started coming in from other tourists who go to these all inclusive who said yet we just had a proper to.