28 Burst results for "Mason Minute"

Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. If your Thanksgiving plans include a big Turkey dinner this year, you really need to plan ahead or plan for something else, because turkeys are another thing that won't be very prevalent around this fall, even for Thanksgiving for Christmas, whatever. And again, it's one of those situations like I was talking the other day where it's not just one thing causing this. One. Farmers didn't have as many workers so they didn't produce as much corn. The main thing that turkeys eat, corn in addition, not as many people working in the Turkey processing plants because of COVID because of the work shortage. So therefore, we could be in big trouble if we want Thanksgiving turkeys this year. For many people, it's Turkey or nothing else. It's one of those situations where it can mess up so many Thanksgiving plans and it may even be too late in some places. You've got to start stocking up ahead of time and luckily with turkeys, you can always freeze them. Now if you want a fresh Turkey, well, I think that's going to be almost impossible this year, but you have to plan ahead for the just in case. I think there are going to be a lot of things like that this coming Thanksgiving and Christmas. And we're just getting ready to find out exactly what

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Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. If your Thanksgiving plans include a big Turkey dinner this year, you really need to plan ahead or plan for something else, because turkeys are another thing that won't be very prevalent around this fall, even for Thanksgiving for Christmas, whatever. And again, it's one of those situations like I was talking the other day where it's not just one thing causing this. One. Farmers didn't have as many workers so they didn't produce as much corn. The main thing that turkeys eat, corn in addition, not as many people working in the Turkey processing plants because of COVID because of the work shortage. So therefore, we could be in big trouble if we want Thanksgiving turkeys this year. For many people, it's Turkey or nothing else. It's one of those situations where it can mess up so many Thanksgiving plans and it may even be too late in some places. You've got to start stocking up ahead of time and luckily with turkeys, you can always freeze them. Now if you want a fresh Turkey, well, I think that's going to be almost impossible this year, but you have to plan ahead for the just in case. I think there are going to be a lot of things like that this coming Thanksgiving and Christmas. And we're just getting ready to find out exactly what

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Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

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01:00 min | 1 d ago

Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years growing up in the Midwest, we used to play out doors and you were always dealing with pine cones and trees and even at owls we were dealing with, but we also had a lot of pawpaw trees. What I didn't realize at the time is the pawpaw trees that dropped their fruit, if you will, fruit was edible. And the reason I never realized that was because you don't see popov fruit in the store. The American pawpaw is a close cousin, if you will, to the papaya. But while it is edible, it's not very shelf sustainable. So the minute it falls from the tree, it starts rotting immediately. And of course, most of the time, the pawpaws we saw on the ground while we're rotten pawpaws and there were mushy in their gushy. And from what I've read, they're good to eat, they're great fresh off the tree, reason I'm thinking about this and I hadn't thought about pawpaws for years, was because I saw somebody the other day on Facebook or on Instagram, actually eating a pawpaw and it hit me at that point. We could actually eat those things. I never tried, but now I'm curious. The pop up doesn't grow much around Tennessee, but you can see them in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and I'm going to try to find one because I got to try it out.

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Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years growing up in the Midwest, we used to play out doors and you were always dealing with pine cones and trees and even at owls we were dealing with, but we also had a lot of pawpaw trees. What I didn't realize at the time is the pawpaw trees that dropped their fruit, if you will, fruit was edible. And the reason I never realized that was because you don't see popov fruit in the store. The American pawpaw is a close cousin, if you will, to the papaya. But while it is edible, it's not very shelf sustainable. So the minute it falls from the tree, it starts rotting immediately. And of course, most of the time, the pawpaws we saw on the ground while we're rotten pawpaws and there were mushy in their gushy. And from what I've read, they're good to eat, they're great fresh off the tree, reason I'm thinking about this and I hadn't thought about pawpaws for years, was because I saw somebody the other day on Facebook or on Instagram, actually eating a pawpaw and it hit me at that point. We could actually eat those things. I never tried, but now I'm curious. The pop up doesn't grow much around Tennessee, but you can see them in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and I'm going to try to find one because I got to try it out.

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Happy Meal (MM #3837)

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01:00 min | 3 d ago

Happy Meal (MM #3837)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. McDonald's has announced a change to their long popular happy meal, and it's getting mixed reactions. People either love it or they hate it. But the reaction is interesting because of the people who love and hate. Now this has nothing to do with the actual meal itself. They've not permanently said you can only get apple slices and no French fries with your happy meal. This is about the toy. McDonald's has been getting flak for a long time about sustainability about wastefulness with their toys and all the plastic that's involved in all the pollution that causes. So they've announced they're going to segue to more sustainable materials by 2025. What's that mean? Less plastic toys, more paper stuff. If you have a little game built inside, it's not going to have plastic pieces. It will have paper pieces. They'll also start using things like trading cards. The people who are complaining, it's collectors, because paper toys aren't easy to collect because they get torn they get ruined they get wet, something happens to them. So the collectors, they like the plastic. It's not good for our environment, and now won't be good for collectors either.

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Happy Meal (MM #3837)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Happy Meal (MM #3837)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. McDonald's has announced a change to their long popular happy meal, and it's getting mixed reactions. People either love it or they hate it. But the reaction is interesting because of the people who love and hate. Now this has nothing to do with the actual meal itself. They've not permanently said you can only get apple slices and no French fries with your happy meal. This is about the toy. McDonald's has been getting flak for a long time about sustainability about wastefulness with their toys and all the plastic that's involved in all the pollution that causes. So they've announced they're going to segue to more sustainable materials by 2025. What's that mean? Less plastic toys, more paper stuff. If you have a little game built inside, it's not going to have plastic pieces. It will have paper pieces. They'll also start using things like trading cards. The people who are complaining, it's collectors, because paper toys aren't easy to collect because they get torn they get ruined they get wet, something happens to them. So the collectors, they like the plastic. It's not good for our environment, and now won't be good for collectors either.

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Order Pickup (MM #3836)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Order Pickup (MM #3836)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. As retail adjust to its new normal in the middle of the pandemic post pandemic, everybody's really encouraging, buying something online from a store and having them either ship it to you or ship it to the store. Order pick up has become a big deal for all these grocery stores, big box stores, even for small mom and pop stores. But I find the order pick up process a little inconsistent. And I know this is the hardest part for them. And this isn't about necessarily having enough people in place. It's having the right system in place. Other day, we ordered something from lows that wasn't available in the stores, but I figured instead of actually paying for shipping. I'd have it shipped to the store, save the shipping. I could do the order pickup process. Now, of course, I could call in right when I get there and tell them I'm sitting there waiting in the parking lot in the pickup spot and they'll come deliver it to me. But I always like to go inside just to make sure I'm glad I did because it took them 20 minutes to find what I was looking for. Because it wasn't with all the other orders for pickup. I had no problem with it. I understand things happen. They just got to get their acts together. Not just for me, but for everybody.

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Order Pickup (MM #3836)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Order Pickup (MM #3836)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. As retail adjust to its new normal in the middle of the pandemic post pandemic, everybody's really encouraging, buying something online from a store and having them either ship it to you or ship it to the store. Order pick up has become a big deal for all these grocery stores, big box stores, even for small mom and pop stores. But I find the order pick up process a little inconsistent. And I know this is the hardest part for them. And this isn't about necessarily having enough people in place. It's having the right system in place. Other day, we ordered something from lows that wasn't available in the stores, but I figured instead of actually paying for shipping. I'd have it shipped to the store, save the shipping. I could do the order pickup process. Now, of course, I could call in right when I get there and tell them I'm sitting there waiting in the parking lot in the pickup spot and they'll come deliver it to me. But I always like to go inside just to make sure I'm glad I did because it took them 20 minutes to find what I was looking for. Because it wasn't with all the other orders for pickup. I had no problem with it. I understand things happen. They just got to get their acts together. Not just for me, but for everybody.

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Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as we get older the one thing we're told to focus more of our time and attention on is our health and wellness. And let's be honest, you get consumed with it as you get older. It's not something I thought too much about. I thought about it, but I didn't think too much about it. 30s and 40s. Now what I'm above the equator, I think about it, okay, not all the time, but darn close to all the time. And I'm always wondering what to take what to do, should I take this vitamin? Should I take this supplement? Of course I've talked about this before. My wife has told me the other day she saw a commercial for dayquill, which we all know it's been around for a long time. The daytime cold medicine, but they packaged it differently now. They packaged it with daqui for the person who catches the cold and then with another one of their products super to help the person your spouse who's around you to boost their cold fighting antibodies to keep them from getting sick. Courses you hit your 50s, hit your 60s. There managed to get that flu shot every year. Last year, they were worried about the flu and COVID. Now this year, we're worried about it even more. You can't win, you can't stay ahead of the game and you still sometimes just wonder what to do because doctors can't agree on that either.

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Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as we get older the one thing we're told to focus more of our time and attention on is our health and wellness. And let's be honest, you get consumed with it as you get older. It's not something I thought too much about. I thought about it, but I didn't think too much about it. 30s and 40s. Now what I'm above the equator, I think about it, okay, not all the time, but darn close to all the time. And I'm always wondering what to take what to do, should I take this vitamin? Should I take this supplement? Of course I've talked about this before. My wife has told me the other day she saw a commercial for dayquill, which we all know it's been around for a long time. The daytime cold medicine, but they packaged it differently now. They packaged it with daqui for the person who catches the cold and then with another one of their products super to help the person your spouse who's around you to boost their cold fighting antibodies to keep them from getting sick. Courses you hit your 50s, hit your 60s. There managed to get that flu shot every year. Last year, they were worried about the flu and COVID. Now this year, we're worried about it even more. You can't win, you can't stay ahead of the game and you still sometimes just wonder what to do because doctors can't agree on that either.

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Used To Be (MM #3834)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Used To Be (MM #3834)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. We're living in a time when everybody wants to go back to the past. Go back to the way it used to be, but there is no turning back. And when I say used to be, we're talking the good old days, whatever that may be in your life. But I realized something just the other night. I don't want to go backwards. Some of my first memories, listening to basketball broadcast, listening to football broadcasts on a little a.m. radio, usually hearing my father do the call, and every now and again, let me go along with him. And I'm talking going back to the age of three, four years old, technology then, way behind what it is now, but it was still amazing to be able to do those things and I learned how to make those broadcast happen when you go from state to state. Anymore, you can do it with a cell phone, and amazingly, with the Internet, I could listen to my nephew, play football, thanks to some fancy technology. And I can't even imagine back in the 1960s, how that would have even been possible in my lifetime. What we're able to do and accomplish right now in this world is amazing. And what we can do in the future could be even more amazing. Simple little technology has made this world so beautiful. And at the same time, so scary for some.

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Used To Be (MM #3834)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Used To Be (MM #3834)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. We're living in a time when everybody wants to go back to the past. Go back to the way it used to be, but there is no turning back. And when I say used to be, we're talking the good old days, whatever that may be in your life. But I realized something just the other night. I don't want to go backwards. Some of my first memories, listening to basketball broadcast, listening to football broadcasts on a little a.m. radio, usually hearing my father do the call, and every now and again, let me go along with him. And I'm talking going back to the age of three, four years old, technology then, way behind what it is now, but it was still amazing to be able to do those things and I learned how to make those broadcast happen when you go from state to state. Anymore, you can do it with a cell phone, and amazingly, with the Internet, I could listen to my nephew, play football, thanks to some fancy technology. And I can't even imagine back in the 1960s, how that would have even been possible in my lifetime. What we're able to do and accomplish right now in this world is amazing. And what we can do in the future could be even more amazing. Simple little technology has made this world so beautiful. And at the same time, so scary for some.

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Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason for some reason here in Nashville, we have a lot of tiny spiders, and they can live anywhere from outside inside to on my automobile. I've got a teeny tiny spider that lives inside my rearview mirror on the left hand side of my car, the driver's mirror, and I'll go in and sweep out the spiderweb every couple of days when I go driving, and I park the car, come back in the next day, another small spider web going from the window or from the car body to the actual side view mirror. Now what's interesting is this has been going on all summer long. And I've driven to Indiana a couple of times. I've been through Kentucky a couple of times, and the spider, if it's the same one, keeps on living. I don't know much about tiny spiders and how long their life expectancy is. But at least one or maybe a bunch of baby spiders live inside the rearview mirror housing on the side of my car. I'm impressed by their ingenuity. The fact that they've been able to survive so long kind of funny how they find their place and live and go through their life trying to trap things to be able to survive in their little spider webs and no matter how big and mean I am. I come swipe them away. They just start back from scratch all over again and keep on living.

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Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason for some reason here in Nashville, we have a lot of tiny spiders, and they can live anywhere from outside inside to on my automobile. I've got a teeny tiny spider that lives inside my rearview mirror on the left hand side of my car, the driver's mirror, and I'll go in and sweep out the spiderweb every couple of days when I go driving, and I park the car, come back in the next day, another small spider web going from the window or from the car body to the actual side view mirror. Now what's interesting is this has been going on all summer long. And I've driven to Indiana a couple of times. I've been through Kentucky a couple of times, and the spider, if it's the same one, keeps on living. I don't know much about tiny spiders and how long their life expectancy is. But at least one or maybe a bunch of baby spiders live inside the rearview mirror housing on the side of my car. I'm impressed by their ingenuity. The fact that they've been able to survive so long kind of funny how they find their place and live and go through their life trying to trap things to be able to survive in their little spider webs and no matter how big and mean I am. I come swipe them away. They just start back from scratch all over again and keep on living.

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Dynamite (MM #3832)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Dynamite (MM #3832)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The other day, one of my friends posted a picture on Facebook that took me back to the early 1970s it was the cover of a magazine we all used to read back then called dynamite and I hadn't thought about dynamite probably since about 1975, maybe 1976. So went back and looked it up and found out that, wow, I was one of the first people to ever subscribe to this magazine that was put up by the scholastic book company. We used to get a lot of scholastic stuff, and this was their first foray into magazines for students for pre teens and teens. I didn't realize dynamite magazine went on until the 1990s. So if you went to school in the 70s or in the 80s, you probably are familiar with dynamite. Of course, I was right on the edge of dynamite magazines, target readership, so I was only there for maybe a year year and a half before I got too old. But I figured out it was probably the first magazine I ever subscribed to as a kid. Maybe it's where I got my love for pop culture. I probably goes back further than that, but it definitely helped, and what kids into the 80s and even to the early 90s saw dynamite and maybe it changed their lives too.

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Dynamite (MM #3832)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Dynamite (MM #3832)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The other day, one of my friends posted a picture on Facebook that took me back to the early 1970s it was the cover of a magazine we all used to read back then called dynamite and I hadn't thought about dynamite probably since about 1975, maybe 1976. So went back and looked it up and found out that, wow, I was one of the first people to ever subscribe to this magazine that was put up by the scholastic book company. We used to get a lot of scholastic stuff, and this was their first foray into magazines for students for pre teens and teens. I didn't realize dynamite magazine went on until the 1990s. So if you went to school in the 70s or in the 80s, you probably are familiar with dynamite. Of course, I was right on the edge of dynamite magazines, target readership, so I was only there for maybe a year year and a half before I got too old. But I figured out it was probably the first magazine I ever subscribed to as a kid. Maybe it's where I got my love for pop culture. I probably goes back further than that, but it definitely helped, and what kids into the 80s and even to the early 90s saw dynamite and maybe it changed their lives too.

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Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. For the last month or two, we've been hearing about people who want to avoid COVID-19 who want to help minimize the symptoms rather than getting the COVID-19 vaccine have been using what's called the horse de warmer Ivermectin. So I was curious to see where this all started. And of course, you start digging through the Internet and Fox News has helped promote Ivermectin to people. But where it really started with a couple of small studies that were posted online, one of them was an Egyptian study, and the other not really talked about, but what they found out was number one in some of these studies, the number of people that were tested on was too small a sample, and the other one when you started digging into the research, it found the dose that worked and their tests could actually be deathly to most people. I don't understand why people are looking for reasons not to take the vaccine. But we'll take something you get from farm and fleet or a farm store or veterinarian. It doesn't make sense to me. We realize that humans and animals are different. But why we're so anti vaccine is so strange when you take something that's never been tested on people.

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Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Horses And Humans (MM #3831)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. For the last month or two, we've been hearing about people who want to avoid COVID-19 who want to help minimize the symptoms rather than getting the COVID-19 vaccine have been using what's called the horse de warmer Ivermectin. So I was curious to see where this all started. And of course, you start digging through the Internet and Fox News has helped promote Ivermectin to people. But where it really started with a couple of small studies that were posted online, one of them was an Egyptian study, and the other not really talked about, but what they found out was number one in some of these studies, the number of people that were tested on was too small a sample, and the other one when you started digging into the research, it found the dose that worked and their tests could actually be deathly to most people. I don't understand why people are looking for reasons not to take the vaccine. But we'll take something you get from farm and fleet or a farm store or veterinarian. It doesn't make sense to me. We realize that humans and animals are different. But why we're so anti vaccine is so strange when you take something that's never been tested on people.

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"mason minute" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

04:44 min | 6 months ago

"mason minute" Discussed on LoopPraat - D Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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"mason minute" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:31 min | 11 months ago

"mason minute" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tidal wave on Twitter to get Mason on TV on Channel seven movie title wave right and just have him do my show. Could do instead of wattles world. Someone suggested I think Mason's minute. Yeah. Or just having stand next to me, and I'll just do every story. He could make some smart ass comment. Sounds great. Yeah. Got a good role model for that. So it's having a six year old do. The promo is very similar to having waddled to the prom. Okay, Except he's more cooperative probably reads better. He's got better thoughts. He's more cooperative. Oh, boy, what's going on? Nothing. It's just a preview in tomorrow's big 10 Saturday and, you know now this is gonna be an everyday thing. Today was Theo's last day on the job. Jed's already gonna start field fielding offers and entertaining rumors The Nats supposedly interested in Chris Bryant. Well, you heard what Lester Only Buster only was saying basically that they're gonna tear this thing down. That was his what he was intimating. Well, I mean, you figured KB's the guy. You know you go among the Big three, and Rizzo and Baez probably make the decision to keep them and So you KB. Let's just said they're all available tonight is is available. Even Garvin Darvish, just take the box and dump it upside down. You start over. That's what it sound. Believe it. It's like everything else in life in our world in this country. Pandemic has accelerated every next move for every sports franchise, not the Dodgers. The Dodgers went out acquire Mookie Betts and in painting $400 million in one of world's here. How is right before that was just a little bit before everything hit the skin. Is this even better than for the White Sox like for a team who's just arriving after rebuild? When every team could be getting rid of big money deals when they've got they've got themselves positioned nicely financially, is what right? I mean, are they in the perfect position even better now because of what's going on Well So is the double clutch. Rethinking hire new manager than English will be fine, right? Right. How about maybe them if you're going to trade if you're gonna trade you, Darvish. Maybe the White Sox would be interested. Wow would be a bad fed, You know? I mean, if you're gonna trade you White Sox have got a plethora of talented young player. Why not just sign somebody? There's Sox fans, including producer Mike Johnson and Carmen De Falco would love to see Rick Renteria. You know, out of here we wish Ricky. Well, okay. And now the whole Tony LaRussa thing is, like what?.

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"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

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"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

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"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

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"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

Mary Paul Harvey apple Mason Andy Rooney Geico Kobe twitter Google AI Youtube Amazon spotify
"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"It's truly tough to categorize my podcast mason minute because it's not typical most podcast fifteen minutes thirty minutes forty, five minutes sixty, whatever it is. Mine's literally a minute long each and every day it's more of a commentary I guess than a podcast but everybody considers it a podcast and I've been doing it now almost ten years literally day in day out three, hundred, sixty, five days a year now for nine and a half years, it'll be ten years in March, and it's one of the I actually have. A radio background I started in radio as a small child. I'm a second generation radio broadcaster Mary to a second generation radio broadcaster. So audio is in my blood I retired from business really I left the business and moved into the entertainment business moved into music moved into marketing social media about now almost fifteen years ago. So I was looking for a way to keep my feet wet. I DIDN'T WANNA get back into radio, but I truly missed being in front of a microphone so I was talking with the. Buddy and he asked me why wasn't doing something audio based on the Internet I, create social media content for a living I work with others to help them create social media content. He said GonNa make sense that you do something like a podcast to brand yourself to help build your business and help show people what they can do with content. That's other Mason minutes started and it was just one of those things the word Mason minute came out of my mind I love deliberation so I decided to do something. Different. I was always fascinated by radio broadcast TV. Broadcaster Paul Harvey by sixty minutes commentator Andy Rooney and what they did what they're able to talk about in a sixty second or two minute little burst was always fascinating to me. It's kind of like much what I did on radio to where you're always preparing for your show. So each and every day can be different. I can talk about the real housewives television shows or I can talk about Kobe nineteen or I can talk about what's going on with the. Fall weather or Pumpkin Spice Latte or whatever it is. It's truly just a slice of my life or life in the world we're living in today and it varies each and every day, and because you're tied to only sixty seconds a day you've got to be concise and you've got to be on top of things. The interesting point I don't ever write anything down other than creating a title or a topic to talk about something read on the Internet I. Just riff for Sixty seconds I love the theater. Of the Mind I love being able to tell a story I love being able to will make people think or laugh or cry or whatever it is, and that's with amazement at tries to do and I do mean tries to do teach every day I know it's not like anything else. It's kind of just a little slice of me a baby boomer living in the millennial world I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

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"mason minute" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"mason minute" Discussed on WTOP

"Come back from as many as seventeen points down they have put fourteenth ranked Villanova on upset alerts WTOP's Dave Preston is live at Capital One arena with more six fifty one to play in regulation rob six ties five lead changes were locked up at fifty eight points apiece Georgetown trailed early and often to Marco pick it though is help the home team come back he is eighteen points Jagan Mosely as eleven of his thirteen in the second half tied at fifty eight six and a half to play thank you Sir George Mason minutes from tipping off their regular season finale at Fordham hoping to snap a three game slide big game if you V. eight later this afternoon as the twenty second ranked Cavaliers host tenth ranked low level with the ACC regular season title on the line the capitals have a lot on the line in Pittsburgh right now they lead the rival penguins three nothing as we approach first intermission nic Dowd scored in the game's first two minutes and then Niklas Backstrom and Richard Panik adding two more goals late in the first for the early advantage there for the capitals the nationals right now in split squad action Joe Ross starting against the Marlins and that's lead that game one nothing in the second inning thanks to how we can tricks RBI single with Austin both on the mound against the Mets it is scoreless also in the bottom of the second set off the field the nats announced today they are taking for guard the precautions to avoid the corona virus by telling all team personnel to avoid shaking hands and out of an abundance abundance of caution they say will distribute pre signed memorabilia rather than having the items exchanged hands with fans this comes a day after the NBA sent a memo to its teams to start preparing to play games without fans or media in attendance over increasing concerns about the corona virus Robert fort WTOP sports coming up after traffic and whether it's a working Saturday for Virginia lawmakers one forty seven leveraging your investment in technology and software is is crucial.

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"mason minute" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I don't know. He's got a got a lot of dog. And you know, there's not a lot of fight in. And I thought I think that was the case yesterday. I think the same with Lonzo bombing his game is subtle right and game isn't necessarily an attacking game. I think especially with these guys out he needs to find a way to attack, and it's a totally different ballgame with Kudarat out there who's like a single-minded attack guy in temperament, I like Kuzbass temperament are better than I like, lonzo's or Ingram's. They've got to be able to learn from Kuzina that particular approach to the game. They don't have it. So far they certainly did never yesterday needs to be back today after what was it six weeks? You've been gone with. It's been I've gone six weeks. It was fantastic. I've been by the way, I'm on vacation next week. I do perfect. Well, I laugh you guys have earned it. That's that's for sure. Thanks maze. You guys y'all complained about me me ago, we go six weeks in next week and a half weeks off. Talk more about Luke in what he said about his players in the it. It is it's about the dog and me, and we'll get the dog out of those guys and whether or not that's even possible plus national championship game tonight. That's coming up next. Happy birthday. Kenny loggins. Seventy one years old the best Caddyshack theme here when the little gopher stance. Pop it out of the whole tribe is hot. I've never watched. It all the way through L Z. Nope. I miss that little you know, all the songs the Kenny Loggins is done. But I don't know all the movies same here from caddy. Would you guys? So that you didn't watch Caddyshack. It's. So what I'm trying to figure out how about ever watched a golf movie about guess now? What about the one with the Adam Sandler had them Gilmore watch. I watch asked pretty fun. But I've not watched tennis move either. So are there once movies, they are tons of tennis move. Oh, yeah. Oh. It was one that was just came up. Not a documentary about the rivalry between Borg and McEnroe. Oh, yeah. Jane king one verse king when I do I knew that tennis movies. There's a rumor we'll be broadcasting live from a golf course early in the morning one day this calendar, you're going to be an Indian Wells this year, not hard golf tournament a real golf tournament a PGA event. Right. Oh. Wiz lateness. That's not wakes people up. Can't wait. Are we going to put them to sleep? Attitude in their Rosh. They're paying us. That's right to say what he pays getaway McCann more authentic. So we just played it for Mason minute ago. The Luke Walton sound about how he wants to see more passionate fight from the young guys on the team and nosy I keep coming back to this. It's shade. But it's true. I would much rather have to pull a guy back and say, hey, he'll easy. Take it easy. Come. They don't have to tell him all the time. Do you need to go? You you need to play harder. You need to be more vocal. I need more out of any more passion more dog, whatever it is. I I might be able to push him to that spot one or two times..

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"mason minute" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mason minute" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I don't know. He's got a got a lot of dog. And you know, there's not a lot of fight in. And I thought I think that was the case yesterday. I think the same with Lonzo bombing his game is subtle right and game isn't necessarily an attacking game. I think especially with these guys out he needs to find a way to attack, and it's a totally different ballgame with Kudarat out there who's like a single-minded attack guy in temperament, I like Kuzbass temperament are better than I like, lonzo's or Ingram's. They've got to be able to learn from Kuzina that particular approach to the game. They don't have it. So far they certainly did never yesterday needs to be back today after what was it six weeks? You've been gone with. It's been I've gone six weeks. It was fantastic. I've been by the way, I'm on vacation next week. I do perfect. Well, I laugh you guys have earned it. That's that's for sure. Thanks maze. You guys y'all complained about me me ago, we go six weeks in next week and a half weeks off. Talk more about Luke in what he said about his players in the it. It is it's about the dog and me, and we'll get the dog out of those guys and whether or not that's even possible plus national championship game tonight. That's coming up next. Happy birthday. Kenny loggins. Seventy one years old the best Caddyshack theme here when the little gopher stance. Pop it out of the whole tribe is hot. I've never watched. It all the way through L Z. Nope. I miss that little you know, all the songs the Kenny Loggins is done. But I don't know all the movies same here from caddy. Would you guys? So that you didn't watch Caddyshack. It's. So what I'm trying to figure out how about ever watched a golf movie about guess now? What about the one with the Adam Sandler had them Gilmore watch. I watch asked pretty fun. But I've not watched tennis move either. So are there once movies, they are tons of tennis move. Oh, yeah. Oh. It was one that was just came up. Not a documentary about the rivalry between Borg and McEnroe. Oh, yeah. Jane king one verse king when I do I knew that tennis movies. There's a rumor we'll be broadcasting live from a golf course early in the morning one day this calendar, you're going to be an Indian Wells this year, not hard golf tournament a real golf tournament a PGA event. Right. Oh. Wiz lateness. That's not wakes people up. Can't wait. Are we going to put them to sleep? Attitude in their Rosh. They're paying us. That's right to say what he pays getaway McCann more authentic. So we just played it for Mason minute ago. The Luke Walton sound about how he wants to see more passionate fight from the young guys on the team and nosy I keep coming back to this. It's shade. But it's true. I would much rather have to pull a guy back and say, hey, he'll easy. Take it easy. Come. They don't have to tell him all the time. Do you need to go? You you need to play harder. You need to be more vocal. I need more out of any more passion more dog, whatever it is. I I might be able to push him to that spot one or two times..

tennis Kenny loggins Lonzo Luke Walton Ingram golf Mason Caddyshack Kuzina Kudarat Adam Sandler Kuzbass Jane king McCann McEnroe Borg Gilmore six weeks Seventy one years one day