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Davis has 34 points and 15 rebounds, Lakers beat Spurs
"Anthony Davis provided thirty four points and fifteen rebounds as the Lakers beat the spurs one fourteen one oh six I just want to come back and just start dominate the game now what I can to so you get the time gone Davis scored nineteen in the first quarter on eight of ten shooting and had twenty seven points by halftime Russell Westbrook finished with fourteen points eleven rebounds and seven assists Malik monk at sixteen points for the Lakers the spurs pull within one of five one or three with two forty one remaining on a three pointer by Doug McDermott but the Lakers followed with a seven oh run to take control to chante Murray had a triple double for the spurs with twenty two points ten rebounds and ten assists on the ferry
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Playbook
"I'm your host david meltzer. I actually have a mentor slash. Old friend of mine rob mcdermott. He is the ceo. Of mcdermott and bull one of the largest executive search firms but more importantly has activate one eighty and his ceo of something that's more aligned with my core beliefs in this world of careers run. Y in what is activate one eighty. Yeah hey dave. Thanks for having me today. Excited be here in Excited to see you again after working across the hall from me for so many years at mcdermott bowl. But you know working at a kind of top twenty five executive search firm. I've had the opportunity to meet a ton of ceos in learn what works well with their people. And what's not working with their people and also we've had an executive network with over ten thousand senior executives looking for their next job so i've also heard from them what they love about their careers and what they don't and so we've kind of honed all that data that we've gathered over the last twenty years to create activate one eighty which is really kind of two different parts to it and love to tell you a little about those you before i get into the activate one eighty two. 'cause i didn't realize how big that mcdermott bull has gotten. I mean obviously we found all of our people all the people. I knew found all their people being across the hall and always hearing great things. How big has your firm got. Yeah so we've grown. I think since you and i- office across the hall we've expanded from irvine still head office. We've got about forty people here. We've got offices across the us About four years ago we acquired a company in amsterdam and that put our foothold into into europe. And we've got about ten people in in amsterdam right now and then. We opened up three years ago in vancouver. We just opened an office in calgary. We're looking at expanding in toronto. So canada's been on fire for us even during cove it last year we were up fifty percent in canada. This year will probably double off last year's number so our canadian partner. Paul is just on fire up there. He's doing really well. So we've been expanding pretty rapidly and From wide we're about seventy people now..
Is Podcasting Good for Promoting a Course?
"Podcasting. Good for promoting course now. I did a full episode on this And there's also i believe there's an accompanying accompanying blog posts. But yes i think that creating podcasts. Podcast your course i. I'm not gonna go so far as to say it's essential. But i think it is one of the best marketing and promotion tools that you can have for promoting your course and here's why people need to know like entrust you when they're buying a course from you. I learned this the hard way i thought. I'll just put out a course that people wanna learn about and they'll buy it right very field of dreams approach if i build it. They will come. I have a big audience in the wordpress base. My first course was how to build a blog and that was a failure for several reasons. First of all it was fully text based course when especially something like that lends itself to screen casts right. I'm where i'm talking about how to build a blog wordpress. There should be a video tutorials for step by step instructions how to do something not just texting screen shots second of all. There's too much free content on exactly how to do that but third of all people didn't know me for starting a blog. People knew me as a wordpress developer and so when people saw this offering they thought sure joe has a blog. But what is joe know about starting and growing and more importantly monetize ing a blog. I see no proof that he really knows how to do that. So people didn't. They knew me. They liked me but they didn't trust me in this subject matter area. So if you start a podcast to promote your course and we talked about this last week. Right with alister. Mcdermott on our live coaching. Call if you start a podcast to promote your course you can establish that trust with your target
"mcdermott" Discussed on Healthcare360
"And no federal way to express our thanks to you to publish what your experienced. Excelsior mc mac. Another episode unhealthier. Three sixty you've heard of this person. The man the legend my friend. My mentor my coach. All the above john mcdermott. I cannot stress enough. The lessons learned the passion. This heartfelt love a half this man in front of me He's taught me so much. He really is ultimately responsible behind the scenes for my development. Podcast where it's going a lot of the small innuendos that you may have no. I've caught onto that. He's kind of suggested he would say. I think she did this. We actually wanted to come in Somewhere i think what was eat. Ninety was supposed to be ninety but we couldn't get the logistics down so he's air for episode one hundred. Thank you yeah and I don't know if i mentioned this anonymous eight anyways. But i read a book the medical viruses of the mind. It is probably the best explainer book as far as when you grow up or the culture that ran or the mind program that you understand from pepsi-cola in this marketing and how that whole thing works. He's been telling me the entire time now. Admittedly i think he told me six months ago seven months ago but you should read this book and it was one book after another know the ahmadou remedy right after the coach stuff started and this i mean for everyone who is looking for unbelievable book to read just as a perspective virus of the mind so i asked john to come on and just to start off that topic point about programming mindset and then we'll get into originally match on and then what he's now teaching me what he practices in all that kind of good stuff so floors yours do congratulations. Because i've recommended that book to quite a few people. I think you're leo hohmann that read it around most people Oh yeah yeah yeah you know when you say the virus of the mind. People are so stuck in the virus story. They got a virus that they don't understand that there's another whole component to that which is virus of the mind if you really went back in analyze the actual story that we we all got which i think the original one was some kind of bat.
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"You're squeezing with your legs and contact your hands and might best given the horse encouragements and causing all the way down. And if that's right is there. He's already linton his ever so slightly and meant obstacle in the perfect. For if you get down there and your long you have to be a little bit more for some to take thin this right and if you get down there on your on the short strikes where he has just come back to you list. He's short he's right you you still have the same grip on them. But you're sitting quieter and you're maybe call then just a little tough on the rains like you're playing the playstation just very gently and they should come back if if they if they know they're out you know and it's all about confidence with heart and you can give him confidence he he's very wealthy fascinating stuff. Going in the saddle with the outstanding. Keep steeplechase rider sean. Mcdermott here on trainer. Talk presented by phasing tipped. You might be wondering what are you talking about riding horses so much for this. Is a trainer show well. He's now training on his own. Settled his first winner a few weeks back in. He's looking for more sean. Would you prefer to have a stable full of steeplechase horses or flat horses. Or maybe a combination and i think i like the flat racing in american jewish because it's Or professional both a combination will be Stephen jaising is brilliant for Heart suspendedd reached our level. I they're flat career or maybe even they've lost interest. You'd often see a horse. Who was showing a lot of talent as a young man he just kinda fades i was. Maybe he doesn't. He's getting a little bit or detract. Life and He goes steeplechasing. Might be phenomenon like snap. Decision is a good example. A lot of that is. They just really enjoy jumping. It's fun for them. It's it's it's like hit a switch in their heads. So i i would say i'd like a combination of both but i'm i think i think they're both good at but steeplechasing definitely has place Forgiving the horses that a new career in a new interest in the really enjoys. Tell me about the first race. You ever road Flamingo fury Thinking year hasn't maybe ninety nine thousand two at fairyhouse racecourse I think it was a mile flat. Race jockey for a while before i Shop and crew toll Into heavy i Yeah i think. I got unseated in the paddock. Depraving rare it up and I think he might have fallen over to the ground. I'm made ran away. We're going to the star. There's no pony writers in ireland And he was quite a a free going. It'll lose Machine of a horse and Yeah i got into starting gates. And i remember looking for my lesson steven john train or stephen crane group one winning writer And to my right was like he can and uh gates were about to open the. We're about to open and They're kind of a base. Sarah stroke of never gonna ask them for his autograph on before. I knew what the race is over and I do remember name. Kanana's writing hearts from lake 'cause murph and thing that The vengeance famous vintage crop color that when the melbourne hoop i believe and Yeah those polar got very small. So i figured i wasn't winning as he hear it in the distance finished about eleven twelve tanks. Yeah i think it might have been maybe twenty something runners to be standardized race track with that so definitely was What it would a great story. I love that visual that that picture you painted of the colors on the crop just disappearing into the future as you. You were fading behind. It's what a great story. That was sean mcdermott here. On trainer talk presented by tipton shot. You then had the opportunity as got better. You got more experience. You had the opportunity to ride all over the world. Tell me about some of the places that you've you've been to in your career From a young age us. I guess ireland is the is that known for harsh racing so Just from that as you get to like in great britain so you get go to these free festivals like cheltenham and aintree would be independent of the jump. Racing darla are in europe. I guess i punchestown ireland so They're quite tillis away. Where the young age. I was exposed. That and I i got selected to go to australia on an irish jockey team that i was nineteen to take on the australian jockeys call the irish. Are the jockey challenge and it's a big help to promote racing in australia and Yeah that was quite an experience. We i think we went through for maybe two and a half. Three weeks enrolled tracks in Toria melbourne and in south australia. So i'd late and Warner belen all all these great Rates meaning over there and they're very australians arrays passionate about the ratings great fun and it's great friends which subsequently some of major wage america harland's and I got the right in france Which was quite different than to seep the cross country races and now america as well so we tasted a lot of was He's like a fifty more experienced. Ironically so maybe after stopping what does the future. Hold for sean mcdermott. Are you planning on spending more time training the horses than writing. I know it's tough. Read do both right now. So what does the future hold. Who knows i keep training this band of horses and and yeah we we'll see what opportunities arise I'm not gonna join us for sure. I always say when i retire. I'd like to retire in orland or to go to my own parents at One of my favorite tracks there. If i could and So but the training as you said is taken hold. I don't really know I keep doing what i'm doing is like that We we will see what happens. Maybe maybe who knows. Maybe a good horses come along or maybe if you really good horses coming on and change my mind. I did this training for them. Yeah we it's all well at the moment we're gonna take it as it comes down to the final five minutes of the show shown I always like to wrap things up by asking trainers to tell me a little something about them. We haven't touched on yet. Something that people might not know about sean. Mcdermott so outside of racing. When you're away from the stable which you just pointed out it's very difficult to get any time away from the farm or from the race track right now but what other hobbies interests things. You enjoy outside of racing. Well i love all sports Mirela professional sports even let a not easy I watch sports back..
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Repeat then we are grooming all those jobs cleaning up the byron and drive an hour and a half or lunch if i can and Restaurant for little. Do some paperwork maybe. In your back to the baron. Asa depending on the heat of the day but generally tree turkey and we try and get finished baron. Six thirty but Then i going to tend to the firemen. The gallup's join Air area some grass scallops pick stones. I i've made a with chip at the firemen A four furlong hill-wood you've got up and Yeah it's a never ending task You know so. I if i can get in by eight. Pm at night that. That's a good goal. If i don't get in him i'm getting mad In trouble for not and then eat my dinner. Familia jenny how do you. How do you balance that. You have to make time for her and for your family yet you have to be. You had to put the time in to make sure you take care of the horses and your training the horses and giving them their respect. How do you balance all of that. it's difficult but jim he's very understanding and she has showed a much. She can be her own job. It's actually very hard to get A good experience staff at the moment. And i think it's a worldwide problem So i think a lot of a lot of trainers particularly trainers earn the same both I said if you're if you're training turkey horses or twenty five horses plus you can have your four men in your assistants And they can like today. I met colonial down. One of those guys could come down here and do this and you can attend the the morning works and whatnot When you have a small number of horses it's You're stuck between a rock and a hard place A as i said the industry is finding it. Hard to get staff at the moment for I i'm not sure. The covert released was his visa release. applications has been america or is it just people have realized that the there's easier ways to make a living. Maybe yeah so we we we the best we can but we go people around us to understand you. Talking with trainers sean. Mcdermott here on trainer. Talk presented by phasing tipton saddled his very first career winner at pimlico on july twenty third. He has had so much success in the saddle as a steeplechase jockey. All over the world sean. Take me back to the beginning. Where tell me about growing up in ireland and tell me where the love of horse racing began for you. Yes i was born in Shirley and carrie and We live just outside town Always had animals on the farm. Whatever it was arses cows shave. Bits of everything going up so it was a good childhood kinda left your own devices Especially during summer holidays from school. That kinda twelve your bike and get lost and come back in the evening coats and bruises and my mother given to me because Yeah no it was very good childhood and my dad always had horses around the show jumping ponies and arts generals which he yes to move on after they became successful and yeah i my older siblings brothers and sisters wrote a little and i the youngest in the family so obviously if age releases for who turkey and fourteen to pony so when my brothers were getting old and my dad was Kinda looking at me thinking. I need to get this guy writing. So that's how it became a boat and I think he bought me a donkey. I to get me writing. 'cause i don't think i was. The brave is keen on getting on pulling these but the donkey work the trees and before i knew i was sitting at the site of arenas for hours q. Pony's too right. Yep a terrific game. It all starts so your your parents would encourage you to go down this path. My dad my mom not so much As i spent many a wednesday friday saturday. Sunday evening at shows with school in the morning and Again of course my mother would want the whole doing my homework. And i would be a waste. Maybe three four hours away from home with my dad showjumping so i thought that was a star Somebody definitely urged me my mom not so much But eventually i got a little bored of the show jumping in the pace of us and I went down nine cycle down the the really really thunderstorm weekday. I remember to local trainer. Tom cooper in ireland and I could give me a job. And i remember him kind of laughing at me this while thirteen year. Old kid looking for a job in the rain he. He's probably thinking why he tomorrow when it was dry. He got so tom to me up on a few horses. And i like to get runaway miss and all of that carry on but i love the bows of Of writing the race cars the power the steed and just going racing with them and watching them so I guess that's why. I vogue and i left the children behind little. How'd you learn to what's the key to making a horse jump. I mean how again. I've been on two horses in my entire life. So how does a jockey do that. Killing your eyes and kick him in the belly. No I don't actually the trainers in his job and given our confidence they don't Some are better than others. Some are more intelligent than others and Yeah you look you you learn to see us right and show being was a great background for that so if you're if you're if there's a long strategy you're always on your hearts to be going forward because it is a race and you're you're trying to fill him with confidence and you're probably setting them up for that. Try ten ten threads from the the obstacles and The racegoer might notice it or the person in the sense that his ostler's guy watching television..
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"I think is there a proper way to fall that you've learned over the years to help you. Avoid serious injury sean. Is there such a thing. As i should know by now from the wrong person desk in the live in the racing academy center vegetation. It's called the they teach you. If agrees strength and conditioning coach calls wayne middleton and he teaches everybody to fall poke enrolled properly and You know when you build up most is in the right areas and your back your neck and shoulder you and your your for you definitely definitely has to recover from those and Take the fall as much better but inevitably know about our house. Connor feature are you are eventually going to get the one that will Ground will be covered in a human body. So or the horse kicking you so Yeah they do teach you away but it happened so quick it back. You know your brain can react that creek. You're trying to get into bowl curling. you're probably doing it. Instinctively voted in that at all. Yeah talking sean mcdermott. Who is a steeplechase jockey. Now training horses. You heard both of that story in the first half of the program. Second half comes your way in just a few minutes. But sean we do have a couple of minutes left before we have to get to that bottom the our commercial break. I think this fascinating. Because the next horse that i ride other than doing to trail rides is going to be my first and i can remember riding the trails with these horses and they kind of had a mind of their own and i was scared to death. I cannot imagine what it's like riding these horses going over jumps and then having something like that happened where you fall off and there are horses coming behind you. And the other. Riders had to adjust and they don't know. Put me on the other side of things. You already talked about falling. But if you're the jockey who's on the horse coming behind another rider that falls how do i mean what's the key to making sure that you don't trample that jockey. How do you do it Well horses are supremely intelligence Animals anyhow so i generally date will adjust probably quicker than you can And really gained dale already. Be trying to avoid the falling hard for the fallen writer. Sometimes they jump the heart that they jumped the writer. But you react is could you can too. You might see a horse. maybe make a mistake earlier. That's just getting taking chances in a race. Maybe getting a little bit longer. Maybe standing off to far from a heard leonard. It hasn't gone in and Adjusted it's up to two getting killed in a pop usually when they're getting a little bit. Why like. I'm you might just move one foot in one foot. I was offense. Exact track line and That might help you if that hard cider makes mistake or phones or whatnot so knowing you don't have much time to just the horses Definitely do a lot of hard work and make the duckie's look good so You know you said you're scared of writing. I wouldn't be the best that heights. And i remember one time and i thought the second time i did is i see a better know that verifies throw away all of our our our trip than i i. Guess yeah it's just incredible to hear you you tell that story. I have said for years for more than well almost twenty years now. Doing radio that that jockey's pound per pound are some of the toughest and most fit and strongest athletes. That you'll find in all of sports and when i hear you tell that story about learning a proper way to fall in a race and reaction time and making sure that you don't trample a fallen rider. Whatever the situation might be it. It just reiterates. That point shaw that the jockeys are such amazing athletes. Yeah well you know you have to be The horses bigger athletes Both the you are the more as you right. The better you take the falls and Yeah you're i always look at the jockeys as tactician in the heart of the athletes But yeah you definitely have to be fish. And it's a certain set of core muscles and like different muscles that i use the most other sports you know. So there's no fitness like Race writing really to to get you racist There's definitely quite especially in this age. As my her core people the the jockeys especially in england. You like dieticians and physiotherapists and all all great medicare laid on all for free and encourage houston definitely brought the next generation Stay ahead and i think it shows the professionalism and the results of those guys hopefully American follow suit and get on board with their flag is in a little like professionally fair. Yeah sean mcdermott here. Trainer talk presented by phasing tipton the long time top steeplechase rider training horses on his own will continue to talk about that in the second. Half of the program and we'll take a walk back through some machines early days and talk about some of the places he's ridden some of the things he's learned that are now helping him with.
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Does eleven there till There were six two year olds. All quite big actually so I think maybe four we gotta start this year and the other two. They'd have to probably wait until their career because they're they're Stay growing in their their bones. Having goes up yet and If a few tree year old's Four year old and a seven year old was Knocking on the door for his maiden hardly wait and Yeah so that's that's the team and They signed their place. Hopefully are the majority of them going to be jumped horses or will they be flat. Horses originally mr kennedy he. He's the jumping man. And i guess that was his vision to try and breed for jumping bus. I know they always start on the flash It gives them a great education. The ones that are ready for and They will make the transition true then to jumpers disney feeds if they haven't been salon before that's because Yeah there's a nice makes their you know it keeps keep things interesting so We'll definitely care for whatever's best for the horse visiting with one of the top steeplechase jockeys in the sport. That is sean mcdermott. He is now training horses to and on july twenty third. He saddled his very first career winner when favourite image a- maryland home-bred of the late. Bob kinsley who you just heard him talk about a short time ago. Cross the finish line first at odds of six to one. Let's let's go back to that day. At pimlico sean july. Twenty third you finally breakthrough. I guess you're twenty-third career starter. Tell me a little bit more about that. Day and favored image. Yeah so Favorite images Quite a character of a horse and he's he's a good story behind him. He bob. It need to take on the project. He he asked me to come in and have a look at some of his stock in in his farm near york in in pennsylvania He had some notes from a previous I guess a trainer that i was working for him and favorite image was on. They get rid of list. I give away for. Free was actually the comments Because they thought he was a little small and he subsequently he as a yearling he managed to stick is in john. Deere lawn. Lawn more Y last kennedy's firearm So i very inquisitive horse. And i i believe that the guy in for lunch and more was left in the reach of some of these year and he took his foot in and gave half scar on the outside of his effect. Which doesn't affect them but it could have been very seriously so he carries the scar with them and We've nicknamed him. jd. After john deere so We're kind of hoping as a zone. Here's the he runs like a deer. Those yes. That was his start so he was an underdog but i liked the way he moved around the field and delay full so i thought he'd he grows some more but he has done now. He's he's i guess he's reaching the both sixteen to the moment he's sprung up quite late We started them on the dirt and he had a great time out. He didn't try very hard. Look around ten and He improved on his second start and his third star. Came off the turf. Which i kind of find it into goes i pimlico and I let us take a chance on the on the dark again and he. He didn't enjoy his Went to penn national shelf. Those so we we did find into way. pimlico And kevin gomez was very ever from the front end Tiny just write a raise from the front and and Gave a little bit for any taken. He he wrote him to a t. So we're we're we're very proud of Larson so Getting from an underdog winters. And or would i give away with the nice feeling. Yeah yeah what a great story. I love those kinds of stories about horses who people think very little of early on in their career and they turn out to prove everybody wrong. Y- can't sean you can't measure what's inside of a horse and i'm talking about their heart right you just can't measure that you know and Every every heart is different and we can long gain experience and listen to great blood dockage nauseam base and you know a lotta horses with our. Our legs turned one way or the other or ugly looking horses. I've seen the the back of a lotta them coming up the home straight and You might be on the previous horse and they might be able to run the fastest. And that's what it's all about arch is a big thing definitely and That he's quite intelligent so he wants he's. He figures that. I think he went a couple of. Yeah it's incredible. How many times do we see horses that sell for a million dollars or more and they don't turn out to be the type of racehorse that would warrant that type of investment but then we see horses like a favorite image who people think okay. You know he got hurt. He stuck his foot in a john deere lawnmower and we don't think he's going to be any good and all of a sudden turns out to be really really good. That's what that's why people get into. This sport sean. I'm sure that's one thing that's keeping you intrigued about training racehorses yeah i guess we had a hard psych horses like that of course you're trying to achieve their ultimate and Get them to be the best. They can be But if it wasn't a million dollar horse in the buying also comes with some pressure. I guess and There's no pressure with these horses. Kinsley family are are are great at the support. Us and Yeah you money. The horses never know how much they cost so Anybody can go out and buy a winner and win a few rays with them. But i think it's the really good trainers. Can i get one hundred percent of the worst horse and the best hearth and Placement as i think that's the key you know so Yeah so hopefully we can. can Mirror some of the trainers we worked for over the years and Take a little bit from each of them and get the best out of these guys. You mentioned the passing of bob kingsley. A couple of times throughout the show and he was somebody who was very close to you. I know that had to be difficult is his wife. Mrs kinsley as she as interested in the business as he was Yeah i think kinsley. I'm a great woman. And i think she was the backbone of kingsley operation and Yeah she's she's keen on racing. Not as not as much passion as bob but that would be very difficult because Bob had awful lot of enthusiasm energy and For life and passion so He loves his horses. Love his horse racing. So but thankfully mrs kennedy. He's carrying it on his memory. I'm so it it's great that we can get a few winters and make it worthwhile and make it enjoyable for bush Yeah he now. He's a wonderful man he. He was very generous And very donated a lot of money and time to people That was never known about and didn't want it to be no one about a great sign of a man and he's certainly a big loss Not only in the horse community but in definitely in pennsylvania maryland he. He did a lot of good for a lot of people. Throw bush and actually his family are carrying on his his methods and Goodwill so remember yeah as you were telling the story in the beginning of the program today about how that relationship came about and how you were introduced to mr kinsley you talked about the fact. That you and your fiancee. We're looking for that apartment or a house to live in. Its you think about those types of things sean. And where you are today. Life is funny. Isn't it the way it takes you on these these little journeys everything happens for a reason. I guess yeah well. Actually i i'd written for Mister came Not that much. Just a few occasions Yeah the years. I was generally always both bills fund writing for jax. You're a bruton traitors. And there's some of those people I wrote from mr kings in the gold cup for hardcore..
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"The former assistant to now retired hall of fame trainer. Jonathan sheppard who burst onto the scene early this year in the saratoga meet saddling both the first and second place finishers in the grade one. Ap smith which is a prestigious steeplechase race will today. I kind of continue with that. Very same theme is i. Welcome the thirty eight year. Old native of county kerry ireland who has been highly successful as a steeplechase rider for more than twenty years and now describes himself as an accidental trainer. Which i think is brilliant. After recently saddling his very first career winner on july twenty third at pimlico. He wrote his first winner more than two decades ago and is now one well. Over one hundred races riding over jumps. He is ranked in the top five in both races and money one every year since two thousand fifteen about that twice leading the country and purses earned. Please join me a welcoming trainer slash. Jump jock sean. Mcdermott to train. Talk presented by phasing. Tipton sean welcome tanks speaking you guys. Yeah quite the resume my friend. It's been quite a ride for you. Yeah it's it's been a good life so fair and long may continue just You are actually doing this. Show with me from the barn. You're at colonial downs and you're working with one year horses. They're waiting on the vet tecom. So if there is some type of a distraction we will understand. Why but you know the job just doesn't ever end for you. does it. no no but working as a strong term there. That i've got away but for a lot of my life Yeah no training. Horses is definitely different than It is Twenty four seven and Especially if you've small number of horses and you you're you're the every every job guy you're the you're the groom or the the writer to train or you do everything so Yeah no it's definitely a passionate love rather than for financially game. That's for sure. I love the way you referred to yourself as an accidental trainer. What does that mean. i guess. I didn't realize i was saying that i i. It's okay. i've only ridden Few hundred winters around the world and I never i've seen some very good trainers Who struggled maybe financially. For one reason there are other in different countries and Very tons of people and it was the job i never. I always looked and i saw. Oh that's a tough way to make a living. 'cause i i never envisaged myself ever having a fan of life funds We came about was a brilliant man called mr bob kingsley I bought a fireman in moncton maryland. about his connect to loss of land. So acreage harford homes could pass through and it happens to have a baron and the house and An apartment and he needed somebody to maybe help them with some yearlings and hunters and And somebody says rent the apartment so he contacted me and that's how we came up both Unfortunately when we were just just getting his Some two year old and yearnings broke. Mr kennedy passed away But he wrote down to plan and I think he wants it all his horses with us so We i said i stick to my word on on helping him out and Covert his and I guess i. I had i had to progress and Runs the horses. So that's how it came about so definitely accidental. Have you found training horses and that profession to be as challenging as you thought it might be. Sean No i i i've i've been around As i said hearts is long enough. I know i know how difficult it can be and especially in ireland and england and faces you if you were to jockey you if you're an apprentice or conditional writer with a bogus you call it here You work in the bottom and you work your way up you. You don't just come in in the morning and get on the horse There's nobody there but a job type of a groom 'cause the next cave coming through the gates at wants to be a jockey. He is they do all the jobs. And you learn everything from the bottom up so and you've worked with the trainer so you see every aspect of it you know you run. The horses often days a and it still happens you you guys. They might right in the first race. And they'll they'll have to lead up horse in the in the third or fourth racing. It'd be bridges and they might even go back and right in the fifth grade And these guys are very humble very very talented. It gives you a good grounding so we've all been chewed out a at home so Yeah i know how hard trainers work and Everybody looking for that one ingredient. That good horse so eyes definitely open and Yeah it's it's it's i. It's not as easy as people think. Have you enjoyed the challenge. Almost definitely yeah I i guess every trainers 'cause they love those That's number one. And so i love horses and love all animals really. Yeah you become friends with the horses and get all their character is a little bit more than you would as a jockey Yeah no i. I i do love the challenge and especially succeeding with The kennedy family's home braids and You know they're they're not. They're not ready to be superstars. Getting them to achieve their best is Is very pleasing. You know when they try to you. You're kinda more proud of the horse than anything else Whereas the writer you're kind of putting yourself on the back with that is As a trainer you're definitely you're probably the horse like your own kids or something you know. Yeah there's no doubt about it. I've had several trainers come on this show and referred to the horses that they train as their children and when they see him do well. They're kind of like a proud parent. Sean how is this. Affected the amount of time that you can now spend riding horses. I can imagine you don't have that much time to do it anymore. Yeah no i i. Can you know. I haven't been to saratoga. Whereas normally i'd either spend the summer up there or travel up and down quite a base and I think quite lucky to write for some very good people and i jack fischer and Johnson shepherd and and you know ricky index i've ridden winters for many different people up there and dilemmas of number jump races. There is but i just can't get up there right now I know until. I can't get away from farm to school horses As much as i would like so. That's the writing is definitely taken aback back. Door bush Thirty isn't a huge amount of jump racing in america in a season so It's something. I got a good step back into quite quite quickly And i may do make sure you know how many horses all unfold. How many horses do you have in training. And then the ones that you're working with on.
"mcdermott" Discussed on Rocket IT Podcast
"Degrade simonsen x. Why you all is just great reads. Can you tell us about any other. What are you reading right now. What hot cassie listening to. What are you learning these days and grosz. He has so. I guess a couple of things. I give a shout out to sally hogshead. She has written several books on branding. One of one of them is fascinat- so how do you have a brand. That really fascinates people so that's an excellent read another one that i'm reading right now is by patrick. Lindsay only five dysfunctions of team in in. So that's an excellent book podcast. I love guy. Raza's podcast npr. How i built this and so those. Are you know those are the things that i'm reading on a personal note things i'm reading also so i'm a rose grower. Oh and so. I love to grow roses part of getting me through. It was being able to take clarity. Breaks go walk in the in. The rose garnell bands of season right now. Yeah yeah it is and so so. I do some reading on on how to grow how to grow roses as an aside. You've ever made it portland and the rose test garden near s gorge unbelievable place. So is your garden is at like. I am now not even close. It's hard to grow roses in the south just because really humidity yeah humidity so portland cooler climates or less humidity. It does get hot during the summer winter. Yeah yeah and so yeah you have to. You have to have ideal growing conditions and we certainly do spring and fall but but summers here are a civilian bill. You mentioned a couple of times that it takes a village. Can you tell us about one person. That's had a profound impact on your journey. Want it would be hard to narrow it down to one out. Can i have a couple you. So i think first professionally colombo. Lock is a cpa with jones and cobb someone that i've known probably thirty years. Colin was kind enough to sit me down and say okay bill. You're now a business owner. These are the things that you need to do. And these are the things that you need to be thinking about. That was absolutely critical. Even coaches have coach. I'd have to give shoutout to to dean harbory. Dean has certainly helped me understand who i am as a business owner but even more important who i am as a person. I am a hyper achiever. Which can mean my professional. Life is going great. But i don't necessarily have as much in reserve for my personal life. Family life and so dean is has been invaluable. Third person without a doubt on the personal side is my wife. My wife is my biggest fan my biggest supporter. I married my high school sweetheart and she has supported me in infirm. The decisions and his really helped me at times. When maybe i didn't see something because i had some self limiting beliefs myself like i mentioned earlier so i would say those three are probably the big ones. And i'm confident. I've left one peop- one or two people but those are the ones that that really stand out to me. Always great to have a partner in life. Yes it is easy especially in the early days of business just swallowed up on l. thing. You can't so that's good to know so any key lessons that you've learned in any big that you learned as entrepreneur that maybe an obvious when you working the mac the yeah so i think and we touched on it a little bit earlier be open to pivot your business based on what your clients are asking you to do. And so if i had stuck to my original plan i probably would have done nothing but negotiate loans and find financing sure. Coaching practice never would have happened but clients kept asking me to help them so understanding when you need to give it and why you need to pivot and then the other thing is your clients can be great market intelligence for products and services. I have a handful of clients that i might call and say. Hey i'm thinking about launching this product or this service. What do you think this is what. I think it would do for you if i offered it. Would you buy it. And so some of those. I've implemented some of those. I haven't but but yeah knowing when to pivot and also being alert to new products and services that may be your clients might want but didn't know you had the ability to offer. So they'll mcdermott the profitability coach for the benefit of our listeners. Who who's an ideal client for you. and how how. How would they reach. Gosh an ideal client for me is probably someone with a growth mindset. Someone who is committed to making gradual continuous improvement in their business. Someone who is a high achiever. And i would also say best way to reach me several ways first. They can connect with me on lincoln. My profile is bill j mcdermott. Also my mobile number is seven seven. Oh five nine. Seven three one three six. Also you can go to the profitability. Coach dot net scheduled. Call with me. If you just wanna have an initial discovery call so those would be the best ways task. Well nine nobel at sandra wrap things up. Thank you so much for being here our audience. And i i very much appreciate your time to our listeners. Thank you for tuning in us. Should you have any suggestions on future topics that you'd like to hear more about these emails podcasts at rocket. It dot com and finally before we sign off. I'd like to provide our security focused listeners with limited time offer through the end of tony twenty-one rock. it is offering audience members access to its fishing testing and security train platform. Completely free of charge. See if you're eligible for this offer simply visit rocket. it dot com slash fishing which is spelled p. h. I s. h. i. n. g. Thank you so much..
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Yeah what other herbs would you put him with strawberries shoppers. I redo i would do mitt. I would do like basil. And blueberries are basil and blackberries or that would be really good grapefruit and rosemary goal. Really good together. Oh yet. I never thought of that but now that you say it sounds good it is it's delicious at. I think because. I do a ton of infused waters. So just take the things that you're putting together for infused water and put that in a popsicle. Why not why not. You can take it when you do infused water. Because since we're talking about it everybody you can take those herbs take pieces of the herbs and freeze them in ice cubes and then put that in with your water as well. Delicious great delight. I love being able to show the audience some great. You have been just chock full atip all hanging out. Like forty minutes of tips is i. I'm taking fast notes on here to make sure that you have the final say in final sized. You wanna leave with our audience. But i wanna make sure if you're watching this because we do put some of this on youtube as well. It's tina mcdermott. Dot com if you want to reach out and connect with tina. Please make sure you do sol and tina just your final thoughts as we close the episode. You know i. I want to say that life is for joy as i had said earlier. And i want to leave you with that. We are here on this earth for joy and for love. And you know my wish for you is that you get back into the kitchen and find joy again in healthy vibrant beautiful foods so that you and your families that you love so much can live a life. That's full of health and wellness and free from everything else that you don't want we want joy in our lives and amy. I just cannot thank you enough for having the on the show you have been. I'm i'm just so happy and joyful so thank you hawn blessed to have you here and thank you so much for your expertise and all your tips. Tina we appreciate my pleasure. That's all for this episode of the toxin terminator and we hope we helped remove the hidden..
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Oh my gosh. Why vinegar red vinegar Rice vinegar the rice vinegar has sugar in it too Yeah rice vinegar sugar and people like it because it has the sugar but if you are you know i i i wanna clean up my body. You gotta get rid of the sugar sugar and inflammation. Yeah it's all inflammation and like. I said even the balsamic vinegar has that so. If you're not a weight loss phasing let treat me as have some balsamic vinegar next i'm gonna put about a half a teaspoon of sea salt okay or sea salt because it's got all the minerals that are good for us. It's not processed and you can always add it but you cannot take it away you can always add it. You cannot take it away and enhances the flavor of everything that's in there and i'm gonna do some freshly ground blacks pepper always freshly grind. It do you did the the flavor profile is astounding the difference between pepper and that already cracked pepper. You'll notice a difference. You will notice a difference. So i'll crackup some pepper now. Pepper changes the flavor of food doesn't enhance it changes so just remember. So that's it. I'm.
"mcdermott" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"And your family when you do so and i can recognize that name. I'm putting you guys all into a drawing and this month. We are drawing books. I have all my author friends past guest experts that i am involved with that have donated books. And we've got such a nice package put together that we will draw at the end of the month. So make sure you're getting those ratings and reviews in there as we come to our two year anniversary. This helps me make sure that we are reaching a broader audience. We are now heard in over seventy two countries so that makes me happy that we are having an impact on our health as a nation and today were taken it into the kitchen with my guest. Tina mcdermott. She is an inspirational chef. A speaker and a weight loss coach. She has twenty years in the health and wellness industry now. She specializes in helping people with their emotional issues of eating hollow. That is romi and an expert. At helping you lose weight. Tina as making the world a better place and i couldn't be more excited to have come in today keno. Welcome to the show. Glad you're here. Hello and welcome. Amy thank you so much for having me here with you today. I love that. We're back in the kitchen. You know because this is where health starts you know. The heart of the home is right in this kitchen and we need to be in here as much as we possibly can now today. We're going to be looking at tina story because we all got into the world that we're in and based upon our own personal journeys we're going to she calls that tina's joyful kitchen. We're going to find out why and also we're going to be looking at her four keys to a joyful gut and if we have time. I think we really want to focus in on the emotional piece of this. You know how we can release the self sabotaging behaviors that we have so. Tell us you've been in this industry for twenty years..
"mcdermott" Discussed on Marketing for Consultants
"I remember saying all talk leader was like some sort of silicon varies schmaltz. You know thought leader and some people. Are you know like guy. Kawasaki you know is a thought leader your mind and y combinator as a thought leader. Put two people you've never heard of. It's it's it's harder. It's almost like something other people have to say about you rather than you can say for yourself. Yeah well i mean okay so on that. I don't think that you can sell dane yourself as a leader. I don't think you can sell dan yourself cardi either. But i don't think you can ordain yourself as an authority either and that's why it's the recognized. Authority is like other people are doing the recognition. But that's that's where you're at too. And that's why i like to be home. The thought leader Become the the the recognized authority so and the other thing is like i did. A lot of thinking research For example i i spoke with. I spoke with several people by tote leadership. Why does it take to To create leash contents and actually Some of those conversations are going to be podcast episodes coming We're really useful. But these were all testing. And what i realized was helping. Somebody's become a tall leader. Is is an interesting challenge like becoming tall leader. There's there's there's two components there there's becoming known as thought leader but also having those lead leading talks. Let's let's say and that is a fascinating problem. But actually i think that's more of a. That's more of a philip morgan type problem than an ostrom. Mcdermott type problem. Because i know that philip is is really into you know that you know he has He has co cohort or projects workshop i guess you call called the expertise incubator right where. He helps people to incubate their expertise. And i think that's that's the kind of thing that we're talking about their ten. This where where it helped you find your voice because it was something phillips said where you realize. Oh he's he's looking at a totally different zoom level. Like you'd be much more zoomed in you'd be much was looking at the grand. Almost yes so. I say this sometimes About philip. The guy called. Tom miller and And when philippine and. Tom are talking sometimes like i. I'm wondering my like..
No Day in Court: South Africa's Jacob Zuma Sentenced to 15 Months
"Jacob zuma who ruled south africa from two thousand nine to two thousand. Eighteen is heading to jail. He subject to a number of legal tangles but it was his refusal to show up for a trial looking into state capture the gutting of institutions to serve private interests. That was his undoing. The verdict against him has split opinions among south africans to jet. I think the we slow to to italy disapprove. In my point of view i think is justice. Taking its course putting mr zuma behind bars while other trials and inquiries play out. He's a hugely symbolic step. In a broad and deep effort to root out corruption in the country yesterday in south africa the law finally caught up with. Jacob zuma john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in johannesburg. The former president has for more than a year being dodging appearances in front of an inquiry into corruption when he was president foam. Two thousand nine to two thousand eighteen and so frustrated has the judge chairing inquiry. Bean that he's referred mr zuma's behaviour to the constitutional court the highest court in south africa and in response to those petitions. Yesterday they sentence the former president to fifteen months in prison for contempt of court and for his quote scurrilous unfounded attacks on the
Third Time's the Harm: Africa's Crippling COVID-19 Wave
"Night. South africa's president cyril ramaphosa announced new restrictions for the next two weeks after the country recorded nearly fifteen thousand new covid. Nineteen cases on saturday will be in place from nine pm to four. Am and all non essential establishment needs to close by eighteen. South africa isn't alone. The whole continent is suffering from a devastating resurgence of covid nineteen. The world's organization is warning africa not to get complacent in the fight against covid with in the last three weeks. The number of new daily cases in uganda has increased dramatically the africa. Cdc is concerned about the cases being reported in kenya. if you're and sudan at least nineteen other countries are in the middle of a third wave and their health systems are overwhelmed in countries. Such as namibia. Uganda and zambia. Oxygen is running out. Hospital beds are full and with vaccines in short supply. There's no easy way out. In early months of the pandemic it was common to hear. The africa somehow been spared the worst of covid nineteen. John mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in south africa. People speculated about whether that might be due to the consumer demographics its history of dealing with this infectious disease or something else entirely such as underlying immunity however. The premise was always shaky. We always knew fought in little about what was really going on on the continent and it looks increasingly shaky now that africa is in the middle of a particularly grim third wave.
South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges
"It took more than two decades to begin an after just one day. It was adjourned until july. Jacob zuma a former south african president was in court last week for the first major hearing of his corruption. Trial involving an arms deal from the nineteen ninety s. Mr zuma's was president from two thousand nine until two thousand eighteen until he was forced to resign after a vote of no confidence. He led the african national congress or an party which was itself involved in multiple corruption scandals. You followed the charges that have been put you now. From the indictment democratic mr zuma faces eighteen counts of racketeering corruption fraud tax evasion and money laundering. Prosecutors leveled the accusation that he had taken some seven hundred bribes feed them plead not guilty. The corruption in south africa goes far beyond one man and one administration. The case against jacob zuma is nearly as old as post-apartheid south africa john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in south africa. The challenges relate to a two point. Five billion dollar deal to buy european the tree kit. To upgrade south africa's armed forces way back in one thousand nine hundred nine when zuma was deputy president. He's accused of accepting an annual bribe from the french arms company. Tyler's in exchange for protecting the firm from an investigation into that deal. Both zuma tallest deny any wrongdoing. So then how does mr zuma's respond to these charges then besides simply denying them. Mr zuma has spent more than two decades saying that the charges are false and all parts of a conspiracy.
"mcdermott" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Way. Sports teams, football teams take a lot of pride and responsibility and educating their players about a lot of things that people might not realize off the field. This is just another one of them. I guess you know that's why they have player engagement. Directors. That's why they have people who are literally specifically hired to help them translate after football. That's why they have community relations people NPR to go through all of these types of things. I'm pretty impressed that McDermott was his candidates. He was cell in part, because, like talking about Josh Allen's comments as well, a couple these together like these are two very important leader. Figures in the organization. Maybe maybe the two most important Um, are the coach in the quarterback and Alan to me like I don't want to make assumptions about what he's going to do or what he has done about the vaccine based on his comments today, because I think he is in a position where I think he would want to not divide the room any further if it is divided it all. A tree star on this issue, right? Um Where's McDermott? To me? There's no doubt where he stands on it like he thinks it zah good thing to do. It's a smart thing to do. It's It's a considerate thing to do, And it would be good for the team. And that maybe is, you know, certainly a part of his motivation. But I think it's interesting that McDermott didn't Seemed to be at least you know, talking today tow you guys worried about whether or not guys on the team would take that the wrong way like that. He's you know, pressuring them or even admonishing them for not getting the vaccine. Right, And I think that if there's any of that, it's probably already taken care of right. Whatever feeling that might be, because of what he also made clear, which is they are having discussions and what Josh Allen made clear They've been talking about this as a team. If there's any Types of feeling I I would say that they have already been full in full contact with everyone on their team about this, whether they're thinking about getting it not getting it have gotten not had it yet. Whatever are going to get it don't want to get it. Um, I would think that no one on the team would listen to Shawn McDermott and have any of those thoughts? Yes, but he didn't make it that way anyway, But he's probably already taken care of that. They know how he feels. I guess you know what I mean. Even before he speaks, yes. Right. I'll take.
Van Life: On Being A Van-Dweller - Who Is It For?
"Episode is on van living and the van dwelling life. Let's start with a couple of questions here. What would happen if this past year. Found yourself without a job. Depressed sick unable to pay your basic living expenses like rent or any other situation that you might not have expected. Suppose you became house helpless through no fault of your own. Suppose someone had passed away in your family. Have you given that much thought. Well i hadn't either until just recently. I finished watching nomad land. It's a movie that my sister recommended. Some let's talk a bit about the movie that won the oscar this year. Well nomad land is a twenty twenty american drama film based on the two thousand seventeen nonfiction book no-man's-land surviving america and the twenty first century by jessica bruder. The film is written edited produced and directed by cleal show and stars francis. Mcdermott as van dweller. Working nomad who leaves her hometown after her husband dies. This is what i was telling you about. The unexpected happens. The main character fern finds herself house lewis and now travels around the united states and a van. One of ferns friends says something strikingly true. Though i love this lifestyle. It's a lifestyle of freedom and beauty and connection to the earth. There's a trade off though you gotta learn how to take care of your own crap and that is so true literally and figuratively all of the true life than dwellers are very very much like the character fern end. This movie nomad land that i recommend highly. She finds herself living and a sad situation needing money and help from anyone who can give it to her.
3 Reasons Why Big East is the Most Intriguing Basketball Tournament
"Is my real opinion. I think the big east tournament is the most intriguing one for for this reason. There's a handful of reason number. One villanova has no point guard now. Justin moore ankle the kospi's we just found out that justin. Moore's not going to be playing in this thing Twenty seven points per game between those two now. I mean the game from villanova as we know in the new iterations of the biggies has been dominant. They win the regular season. Big east tournament right over there still time and here still good enough to win at eight. So let's not get ahead of ourselves and count them out yet but it makes it a lot more interesting because it's like. Oh what house villanova congress because your best player yes. He's not playing. Yeah what what are the what's going to happen. They're seen hall saint john's. I'm looking at this game on thursday. That is like a. I don't know if it's a plan but it's play out for sure. Whoever loses that game doesn't that's intriguing creighton. The greg mcdermott situation. I hear you say loser leaves town man. That was really the we we know the greg mcdermott's situation they got bruin there but like they're they're they're working through. Whatever that is like xavier saver that is on the bubble. They'll they might be playing crates and crates trying to get some mo jo bags and butler had that one game against villanova where they realized life and then and then we get to the bottom of the bracket with yukon you. Let's be honest. Your own has slowly turned into the favorites and again this is not a companyman move. I know we have coach. Dan hurley on the show today but uconn in the you know the majority of the country it feels like they don't know who to look to to college basketball and therefore defacto we go to uconn right here. We are back in the big east for the first year. Back in madison square garden in the big eastern star seem to be a line if you're yukon though bula there
Creighton Basketball Coach Suspended After "Plantation" Remark
"So creighton announced late thursday. That gray. mcdermott has now suspended from all team activities including this weekend's game because of racially insensitive remarks he made after a recent loss. What do you make of this decision. After they had previously said everything anything that we do will be handled internally. And i guess my second question would be this. If you're gonna do this which you know. Reasonable people can disagree on whether they should do what they did or not. But if you're going to do it. Why didn't you do it before the villa nova game because before the villanova game was still after this story had already been made public. That's the question here. I mean creighton completely botched this when we talked about this on the wednesday episode. You know the story had come out. Statements had been made and at that point our understanding was that any additional punishments. We're going to be private. which again is just bs. It doesn't just because you're a private institution. i mean. this is the same school that refuses to publicly acknowledge that it has received its notice of allegation from the empty aa which it has you know that stuff. Just doesn't fly with me at all as it pertains to this as it pertains to the way and all of that the fact that you suddenly like you allow mcdermott mcdermott. On the record has said. I was ready to resign. Okay i made a mistake. I misspoke. This was an egregious error if you want me to leave the program coach team anymore. I'm willing to do that okay. Players say no no no at least at least enough people said no. We're that did not happen. We don't know if anyone would have said yes. I'd prefer to do that. We don't have those answers. So mcdermott coaches against villanova and then creighton potatoes statement. You know in the nine o'clock eastern our about on thursday night after our crate. Men's basketball team returned to omaha earlier. Today father hendrickson. And i engaged with other senior leaders and dialogue and discussion regarding appropriate sanctions for remarks made by mcdermott. That were not in alignment with crayton's commitment to racial equity diversity in respect coach. Mcdermott and the team have accepted that effective immediately. He is suspended from all team. Activities including saturday's home season finale against butler further sanctions remained under consideration of all of which will be shared publicly. So he won't coach against butler on saturday. We don't know if he's going to coach again at all this season. It's quite clearly a terrible look to let him coach against in your biggest game of your season on the road against villanova with a league championship on the line. You know like it just doesn't look good. You do this. You haven't coached against villanova. Then he gets back home and now he's suspended. If if i don't quite understand why you weren't able to determine this from early sunday morning until wednesday we had all this time between the end of the year loss and when the statements came out acknowledging what had happened to decide this and then what changes in a matter of time apparently creighton remain on the road. I guess and so. This is the first time. I've actually got back to campus. And i don't necessarily think person to person interaction needs to require this kind of suspension mcdermott. By the way he did tweet when all this came out and said i made a mistake. And i own it. Mistakes come consequences and i accept and agree with the suspension.
Creighton's McDermott said he offered to resign
"The coach at creighton Having all kinds of problems. Mcdermott righties. said something about a plantation. Got everybody all up in arms and he offered to resign. That did not happen but apparently he offered to resign. It got so sticky at creighton. The comments that he made nova beaten by twelve tonight and fraud over florida. State blew out ninety three sixty four so much for bc giving florida's state again tomorrow at eleven am starts up. Eight ten games to kane richmond. Nbc sports channel. Eleven am richmond land five and a half and then saint joe's and umass follow that one at one
Villanova wins Big East title; McDermott coaches under fire
"Justin Moore dropped in twenty four points and tenth ranked Villanova wrapped up the big east regular season title by defeating number fourteen Creighton seventy two sixty Jay Wright's team raced to a nineteen point lead and clinched its seventh regular season title in his last eight seasons we don't really talk about it we will the end of the season but it's it's good it's great for our seniors it's great for our school it will come in and watch films modern practice and try to learn from this better get ready for province however the Wildcats finished the game without star guard Collin Gillespie due to a left knee injury suffered in the first half the blue jays were in action for the first time since coach Greg McDermott came under fire for using racist language in a postgame locker room talk I'm the ferry
'Nomadland' drops Frances McDormand into a rootless life on the open road
"So nomad land is based on a nonfiction book of the same name by jessica bruder. It's about these folks who are in many cases older they're sort of battered by economic changes particularly the Economic meltdown of two thousand eight. They are left with very few options. And this fictional story about fern was written by khloe. jiao is also the director as we mentioned fern. This lifestyle is connected to her grief over her husband staff and it it leaves her at really the mercy of the weather and other people. She has no access to health. Care any kind of security. But there's also. I think it's safe to say a freedom in it that she appreciates at times She has a chance to see new things and be independent. There are a lot of kind of sweeping vistas of the western great plains and she starts to develop a relationship with a guy named dave. Who's played by david straight there and and obviously that complicates her wanderings somewhat. Glenn what did you think about nomad. Land. i mean this is pretty great right. I mean fair warning. It is unhurried. It is discursive it's also as you mentioned. It's in love with the natural environment which is very Khloe zhao thing. It's smartly a film that teaches you how to watch it because in those opening minutes we the audience are that woman that fern meets at the store. Were worried about her. Where the manager that gas station. We want her to find a shelter for the night. Because it's going to be cold She's been dealt a couple serious blows and the story of the film is her finding an equilibrium. It's not perfect and it's fragile and take some work to maintain we see the work it takes to maintain but he's got the strength and resolve to maintain it finds a community Found family which is something queer folk no little something about That said you take frances. Mcdormand out of the equation. I'm not sure. I'm still as invested. Because that actor is just an empathy engine. It just radiates from her Even when the role she's playing is more comedic as it is in fargo or even when it's a completely underwritten and onenote like it wasn't three billboards. There's not a trace of condescension in any role. She plays humankind essential or socioeconomic condescension. No actually remove no sense of judgment because francis. Mcdermott is a woman who graduated from the yale school of drama. She's married to a kohen brother. And what do the coen brothers love to do. More than make fun of a yokels. There's nothing about her holding fern at a remove when she's packing amazon boxes. That's fern packing amazon boxes. Even though it's france clearly packing boxes the scene where she goes on quite a bit about how she got more counter space in her van. E you play that wrong and that is a hollywood actor doing a ride along. That's fake but i mean there's something about are you just fall in love with firm. The way she smiles without opening her mouth There's such pain in it but there's joy now did i need fern to quote shakespeare at me. Nope did. I need the scene with her sister where she tells firm. That firm has always been strong in special and smart. Smells nice in this kind of puppies. I didn't need that either. Those moments felt like that was the film. Not trusting itself. Kind of putting on some training wheels So in the end. I think i was more taken by this amazing performance then by the movie itself. Interesting stephen i was taken by the amazing performance. And the film itself I think this is a wonderful piece of really subtle storytelling. It is so thoughtful. It is so respectful and careful and clever. You can tell that this movie. And it's makers spent time with its subjects and really got invested in their lives. This movie could have so easily tilted into mawkishness could so easily tilted into cynicism. It's so easily could've tilted into kind of capital. I issues based thundering and it never ever does. I mean it's funny. Glenn mentioned francis mcdormand's performance in three billboards outside ebbing missouri. The kind of purported to be about the real america kind of the real underbelly of america and it did so by throwing grotesques at us and this movie does the exact. It is a really human and lovely movie and its surrounds. Frances mcdormand and david strathern with nomads. With people who actually live this lifestyle and lets them tell their stories albeit fictionalised versions of their stories. And i just think that works beautifully. Well you can tell in spots when this movie is working with non-professional actors and you can kind of feel that but for the most part i just got totally lost in it. It is as glenn's had its unhurried. But i didn't find it slow at all. I loved this movie.
Massachusetts Congressman tests positive for COVID after receiving second vaccine dose
"Massachusetts congressman got his covert 19 vaccinations, and then he came down with the virus. It is possible a CBS is Matt Piper reports. Congressman Stephen Lynch, a Democrat from Massachusetts, tested positive for covert 19, but it comes after he received the second dose of the Fizer vaccine earlier this month. Vaccines from companies like Fizer and McDermott's say they're 95% effective at preventing the virus and Lynch is positive test shows that yes, you can still get the virus even after you've gotten your shots. Several House Democrats tested positive earlier in January after spending time in lockdown with Republican members who refused to wear masks during the attack on the Capitol on January 6th.
What the Patriots can learn from the BIlls' QB strategy
"Talk About That quarterback position because I think you know alot of patriot sales again, and I keep saying this but they don't like it when we point out at the bills rebuilding strategy is working in that the Patriots could learn something from Buffalo. So what are we going to learn from Buffalo? You know, they haven't won anything in twenty years, right? It's like no no, no. No, this is a great case study by Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott M how to put a Young quarterback in the perfect situation to succeed. Especially Young quarterback and Josh Allen who let's face. It was a high ceiling, you know, low floor type of prospect at very high bus potential if it didn't go to the right direction in Buffalo. So I looked at back at that 2018 draft. They actually traded up twice for Josh Allen's pick at seventh overall from Twenty-One wage. Because they made that playoffs or Tyrod Taylor, right? Was that the year? Yeah, so they made the playoffs with Tyrod Taylor Sweet in as a wild-card team. Then they were picking 21st. They traded up from 21 to 12 and then 12 to sneak in to get their guide Josh Allen, but I actually think more so and we can talk a little bit about Allen's development to more so than Allen's individual development. Would McDermott and being did to you know, make sure the offensive line to add Cole Beasley and Stephon Diggs and put Josh Allen in this perfect kind of offense for his skill-set with Brian table. That's really I think as much about what we've seen from Josh Allen's growth is anything in that sort of speaks to the team building process of the whole thing.
Get the lead out: Zambias toxic mine
"Don been doing into the lead comes in. The central zambian town of kabwe has been called the most toxic place on the planet. It was developed around a lead mine built by a british colonial firm in the early nineteen hundreds although the mine shut its doors in one thousand nine hundred four. it's toxic. Dust continues to plague the town. Some residents try to protect themselves like joy. Bouza who tells her young brothers not to play outside of just in before i went to now a class action lawsuit against anglo american south africa which was affiliated with the mind for fifty years is seeking compensation for more than one hundred thousand women and children. Wade tend to defend positions as. We don't believe that. Anglo american is responsible for the current situation. I obviously understand that. That doesn't help. The people of kabwe. And i realized that and of course we have every sympathy so they applaud whatever the outcome of the case. There will still be a need to deal with the lead that permeates the town's soil and it inhabitants bodies. The most atrocious cliche for any africa correspondent is to refer to replace as hot and dusty but in case the fact that cowboys hot and dusty really matters because it's the dust off the former lead mine. The has blown all of time john. Mcdermott is the economists. Chief africa respondent. He recently visited kabwe. Much of kabwe is a normal. Mid sized. african settee has a bustling market. And it's a hive of activity but there are about half a dozen townships that lie close to the former smelter and they in particular are kind of coated in this fine dust which contains the lead metal. And when i was there a few weeks ago. I went to see a man called. Assail timbo. hello good morning how you move you. Who was a minor for almost two decades and we sat in his front yard. What kind of tree is this smuggle underneath a mango tree while chickens were pecking around his feet and i heard her story of the mind. Gross today it will be became. I think they demo- plus mr tembo worked at the mine after it was nationalized in nine thousand nine hundred seventy until it closed in one thousand nine hundred four and he says he was never really told about the dangers of lead while he was there but that today continues to give him health problems. He says he's got bad eyesight sore head droopy limbs. He can't be sure but he suspects the all of those elements have something to do with the fact that worked at the lead. The hoi issue has come to everybody in this study after the miami has been and presumably if this dust is all around that mr tembo story isn't isn't unique. That's right anyone you speak to in cowboy has some knowledge of the risks of lead and more recently that wellness has grown especially when it comes to the dangers faced by children. Local ngos are hosting radio shows and running courses in schools to educate people. Someone please tell me about what is lead. Leave is a subset benefits as you. Live is very poisonous. Substance that finding the so. That's gonna alert of course. Potentially toxic metal can be poisonous really low levels in the bloodstream. And because children's bodies are smaller they're developing and because kids more likely inhale and ingest the toxic dust there at greater risk and their effects can be profound. We're talking about behavioral problems learning disabilities and ultimately low iq if you have prolonged exposure to the metal and what efforts have been made down the years to to protect the residents from from the the the mines lead. There'd been a few efforts a couple funded by the world bank including one that's going but environmental scientists and experts in this field are convinced that none of them have been or will be sufficient to fully decontaminate the town. I saw this. When i went to the house of a man called cornelius katiti. They went to kidneys. Closed this one at that point. And then they put some blocks so that their wits through this one he has a canal right on the back of his garden which was dredged in the two thousands by a world bank funded project but even today as a matter has grown into it. Every rainy season water builds up and the comes over the of canal into his garden adding to the toxic contents of yard. And that just symbolized for me. How while there's been these piecemeal efforts day in day out to the people in cowboy still face with the poisonous environs and about the court case that that is tackling this problem. Why why is it happening now. After all these years of of half hearted efforts lawyers have been looking at the case for the better part of two decades but they feel they finally got in the necessarily archive over research. Done to bring the case against anglo and the also feel that legal changes in south africa to do with the ease of making a class action suit mean that now is the time to try and seek redress for their clients. And what do you think will happen. The only thing. I know for sure is that the case is gonna take many years to play out the lawyers for the applicants need to first prove that the case can be heard in south africa. That's before it even gets to trial and if it were to get to trial there's no the anglo will vigorously contest the charges so i don't think there'll be a resolution anytime soon and in the meantime the residents of kabwe will will continue to inhale to live around all of this toxic dirt. Subtly that's the case in the absence of any clear plan to remediate the time people living in. Kobe are trying their best to protect themselves. But ultimately many residents are simply too poor to leave and others do not want to go because whatever its perils cowboys their home like cornelius katiti. But you hope that your children your grandchildren will be to play and safety some point. Yes john thank you very much for your time. Thank you jason.
Wilson shines as No. 5 Kansas beats No. 8 Creighton, 73-72
"The fifth ranked Kansas Jayhawks held on to beat number eight Creighton seventy three seventy two and Creighton coach Greg McDermott is now all one nine in his coaching career against K. you missed free throws heard the blue jays with one second left in the game bluejay guard Marcus Zack around ski missed the third of three attempts that would have forced overtime as a team the blue jays missed half of their eighteen free throws after entering the game averaging eighty three percent in their three previous games Greg Echlin Lawrence Kansas
Retired Chicago Firefighter Killed In Attempted Carjacking In Morgan Park
"For suspects in this afternoon's killing of a 67 year old retired Chicago firefighter. It happened on the Far South side and what preliminary reports say say may may have have been been attempted attempted Carjacking Carjacking victim victim had had a a license license to to carry carry a a firearm firearm and and used used it it Chief Chief of of operations operations Brian Brian McDermott. McDermott. He He was was walking walking to to his his vehicle. vehicle. He He was was approached approached by by a a Four Four door, door, dark dark colored colored sedan sedan where where multiple multiple male male black black subjects subjects exited exited the the vehicle. vehicle. It It was was an an exchange exchange of of gunfire gunfire are are victims victims sustained sustained One One gunshot gunshot wound to the stomach. He was transported to Christ Hospital, where he was pronounced at 2:45 P.m.. It happened at 117th and Western Chicago
SAP Shares Collapse After Lockdowns Force Cuts to Revenue
"SAP. The Enterprise Software Group based in Germany is having its worst day in more than a decade shares of sap are down more than twenty percent after the company cut revenue and profit guidance for the year. Jim. They're saying that corona virus lockdowns would affect demand well into twenty twenty one. What do you make of this? Because I I'm sort of struggling with. two competing ideas and one is that sap is right. In terms of overall demand and if they're right than that probably. Bodes ill for a number of cloud base stocks out there. The other idea is that this is an sap thing. This is just confined to them. Yeah and I think you're right to have that kind of of two minds response. Unfortunately, I, don't have a definitive answer. Of course if I did have a definitive answer, I probably wouldn't be here with you today I'd be on a beach earning you know whatever? You look. As anyone who's ever been part of an sap implementation I think you probably taking a little shot in Florida. Today I know I am has as I might prior career I got to be part of. One of those experiences and sap implementation tends to take at least twice as long as they originally tell you and cost a lot more, and so I'll just leave it at that. I also used to you know if I heard a company with implementing sap. Generally throw them out of my research cue for at least a year because. I've seen that movie. Yeah earnings were not well received about forty billion plus this morning off the market cap. They did try the old lipstick on the pig routine did talk about strong double digit growth and earnings per share. Growth cashflow they talked about their operating cash being up fifty four percent year over year free cash flow up seventy, nine percent year to date. But the problem is you know. And is reminiscent of IBM a number of years ago or IBM would talk about having these goals and certain twenty fifteen goals and twenty twenty goals years before. SAP has had what they call the twenty twenty three ambitions. and. They reaffirmed these twenty twenty three ambitions last quarter, which would be the quarter where corona virus and cope nineteen really got traction. And without so much a by your leave this morning, they have thrown out the twenty twenty three goals replaced them with twenty, twenty, five goals. The twenty twenty three revenue expectation, and the previous goals are answering ambitions. Was Thirty five billion now, two years out for twenty twenty five that ambition is for thirty, six billion. Okay they've. That looks like a slowdown to me sap. Certainly. They have reduced a bunch of. Components of their guidance perhaps, they shouldn't have been giving guidance during pandemic that might just be a little suggestion. Some somethings I've seen. You know th, the stock wasn't horrifically priced before this I believe was about eighteen times EBBA enterprise value to. About five five and a half six times sales there are certainly richer companies out there. But? When you have this kind of growth slowdown and it comes kind of out of nowhere I, can see why the markets puking puking it out. I've seen some suggestion that former CEO bill McDermott. Who I think has a an exquisite sense timing. He left about a year ago to go to service now. There's some suggestion that he had this big long acquisition string under his belt. Then, he left in these acquisitions. All in their own little personal fiefdoms within sap, they're not well integrated. So he's kind of handed these ambitions and this integration work to the next guy. I think there's a lot of work to be done here but. Really, the the serious reaction here certainly has to be that. Oh. Yeah. Reduce Guidance Change Ambitions like like you've just thrown out a multi year plan and it's kind of replaced with another one and you're hoping no one's GonNa notice. All they noticed. You know whether it has implications beyond sap. If I was a salesforce or an oracle shareholder, this morning I might be a little nervous. Now look that said we we know that the cloud based. Transition which we've seen other companies do very successfully autodesk and adobe being I, think exhibits one in one. Where shift from selling the You get the big revenue and earnings hit upfront because you sell the license for X. number of years, and then you do your services revenue. Going over to. This cloud where you get a subscription fee every month and it's supposed to be. More predictable results we know it works when done well as I mentioned adobe and Autodesk. Seems that it's not working quite as well with sap. and. We'd like to see I think you need. More quarters sap but I'll if I was a cloud I'm not really a cloud guy. So I find it interesting but I'm not remotely equipped to understand most of it. You know I'd be a little worried going forward the rest of this earning season to be
These doctors got COVID-19, now they're suffering the serious, mysterious symptoms of 'long COVID'
"Hi It's Natasha. Mitchell with science friction. I'll be the first admit that as a GP price all of I was pretty skeptical of things. I certainly had sympathy for for conditions like FIBROMYALGIA. But I didn't have the empathy that I have now. I didn't understand it I. Really didn't get it. And Gosh if I could go back and speak to myself as a GP prior to all of this, I know that I would have been much better doctor then and I will hopefully be a much stop to now. As Corona virus cases explode again in the you kind across Europe today three doctors from the UK share confronting personal experiences of what's being called long covert. I have seen too many cases on nine of people not being heard not being Nessin to. That symptoms and their concerns not being validated. I've seen heartbreaking stories of people just being dismissed of seeing heartbreaking stories of people losing their jobs. And I am very lucky that I have a platform where I can speak up and try and get long covert recognizes melnace. The term long covert is being used to describe a whole cluster of symptoms and afflictions many extremely disturbing and disabling that lingering on some people after they've been infected with the SARS Cov to virus thousands across the world are now finding solidarity on social media and in virtual support groups that are popping up and long covert. To not discriminate healthy people young people, people who apparently had a mild case of covid nineteen. And every system in their bodies can be affected up until the last a week or two. The concept of long caved has been dismissed by quite a lot of people even in the medical sphere many my colleagues have been unwell since March and have really struggled to get any kind of medical inputs until the last couple of months those weren't hospitalized with the illness would just sort of left to get on with it. It's the classic thing a suspect. It might even be a bloke thing do not for long enough it will go away. Yeah. Diminish it ignore it hope it's not their. Own I another thing to worry about uh, suspect always going through people's minds and that will include medics politicians policies such as civil servants, everybody. But they will be left with the long term consequences and in terms of the total health burden that will weigh exceed whatever acute covid to us by the time of comes on. So we facing another pandemic this one silent confusing and hard to diagnose knows a pandemic of long coverted. I'm Dr Amy Small I'm thirty nine and I'm Jay P in Lothian in Scotland a gorgeous part of the world in the Scottish lowlands and before the pandemic Dr smalls life was a when I think back it was busy and chaotic and getting up at six thirty every morning and out house by seventh day and yet as a family, we were very active and very busy but it work back in February and March. I'm in colleagues were on high alert the sense of impending doom that we felt on those first few weeks moore seeing reports of huge numbers of people dying in. Italy. In just thinking gosh you know. Is that coming away at it was just really really scary I'm Dr Natalie Mcdermott I'm an academic clinical electra at King's College London and she specializes in Pediatric Infectious Diseases Dr McDermott is no stranger to deadly infections Ebola cholera now coronavirus she's been on the front line of the Mall I was working in Liberia in in the capital Monrovia in July twenty fourteen as as cases of started spread very rapidly our more queseda flowing because we had so many dead bodies but we didn't have sevices coming to pick them up so the burial teams weren't Well. They were trying their best, but they were limited as well at during that time two of my colleagues one of whom was on medical director for treatment facility they became infected with. I saw a space about thirty percent of my patients that died in those first few weeks. I was in Liberia that he percent of them were health coworkers what Natalie witnessed firsthand was hellish but going is her as a doctor she went on to do a PhD, investigating the genetics of asa sipped ability to a bowl avars disease. And when Covid nineteen heat I was working in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Great Ormond Street Hospital. When we started to see a surge of cases of what we now who multi-system inflammatory syndrome children previously healthy children started falling very ill they come in generally unwell but looking okay and then within a few hours sometimes but maybe you set me within twenty four hours. Many of them would suddenly drop their blood pressure and they and become very touchy. It said it heart rate would become very fast at that stage it was thought children were only mildly affected by. Covid nineteen and on the whole, it seems they are but the Natalie and colleagues found all lot of them did test positive in terms of the throat swaps full cave nineteen they tested positive for antibodies to cave in nineteen either actually at the beginning of that onus or at some point Jerry net illness doctrine failing on consulting genetic pathologists to Saint Mark's hospital in Harrow in London and Sinn. Vincent's Hospital in Dublin Ireland in filing is a practicing doctor and later in the genetics of bail and related cancers collaborating with colleagues around the world including here in Australia. At the beginning of the pandemic back in March whiles looked pretty safe or think. To identify, cases in Wales. H. One about forty kilometers outside of me. So eastern West. So you get the impression whereas almost none of it about. So the odds of you catching, it must be next to nothing.
"mcdermott" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hold a grudge against McDermott burns now are right maybe I did but I didn't she would I'm checks out okay Sir you're free to go because I got a hot date dinner with friends watching TV and all right many sit home and I go the ladies know Victoria's secret catalog how would you describe I don't deserve this kind of shabby treatment moe the bartender one of the many voices by our guest Hank Azaria where did those voice come from listen to that that was a long time ago Moshe Weiss is little dug deep and now he's really deepened over the years the mobile he talked like that well but you know young now but you know you know dog day afternoon Khanfar around but you know kind of talk like this and I sort of was an appetite for sin when I auditioned for Simpson's date I was going to play in Los Angeles for the small you know data I was doing the voice of the drug development Contador no Pacino like theirs and I partition to play more like this and then they said they wanted to be gravelly so if you take that young pigeon or voice to make a gravity I don't know this is what came out and this is what they hide sue you wanna give us one other favorite how you got a voicemail that Weiler twenty different characters you've done there's a lot of them more I mean technically hot like over two hundred some of the question enough yeah we do thirty or forty running characters that appear in churning given time one of my favorite just comic book guy he's based on a fellow who they believed next door to me freshman year of college talk like this snaked all these sort of convict dude is kind of a combination between just the cold leave from fast times at Ridgemont high and another dude I went to college with well well you know you you you you were always a great member can you started doing these characters when you were twenty two and I mean I assume that as you you know you've done a lot more roles in a lot of dramatic roles over time and I assume that your acting skills have grown did that change the way you did the characters at all yes that brilliant acting teaching royal London who passed away boy gosh in twenty five years now I've got into his class probably after being on the same since about three or four years and I was in that class for about three four years and that I think really more than anything else that was sort of my finishing school or graduate program or whatever if you will and map master class he got me through a lot of blocks that I had and as an actual they didn't know I had and I think after that I. E. um not that the voice is changed or the job change but I think my approach and realizing that I could fill those characters and emotionally and truthfully deep into that I think made my Simpson's work better you know I I like as I said I'm a mimic and so I sort of approached acting in my desire to be an actress I kind of want to be somebody else you know what and a lot of this touches on some sobriety issues and low self esteem issues and you know feeling like you're not good enough for you're not enough for you and so I wanted to be an act as a sort of escape I was a customer that was painful for me which is also why I drank in what I discovered acting class much to my chagrin day was that that's all fine but to be a really good actor let alone a great actor you actually have to be yourself you have to be willing to emotionally reveal yourself to people you know on stage in front of a camera which I did not like that at all like that's exactly the opposite of what I want to do this and roll a counter really took me through almost like a therapy way sometimes of how to so to be willing to share myself and then I came to trust that my honest reactions to things were not only preferable not to be hidden but to be shared and where the way that what else would I have to really use as an actor except my own real experience and how I really felt about things and once I was able to bring that to the voices like to whether I'm talking like chief when I'm around talking like mild I'm talking that comic book guy I feel like underneath it all it is okay for Hank to really sure what he thinks and feels and I think that made things more believable and funnier and for Brockmire to our guest is actor Hank Azaria he stars as a baseball broadcaster with a very colorful life in the IFC series Brockmire the fourth and final season premieres Wednesday at ten we'll be back after a short break this is fresh AIR support for NPR comes from this station.
"mcdermott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And McDermott with fair compare dot com warns that it may be more than eager kiddos try trying to tear into present early this year TSA officers may have to unwrap them to see what's in there so just be aware of that they're not trying to mess up your Christmas but wrapped packages maybe on wrapped she recommend leaving your presence on a raft and bring them in a carry on bag so you don't risk losing them live from sky harbor airport Taylor can wrap KTA our names we're learning more this morning about a disturbing story out of Gilbert where according to the Maricopa county department of health of six children between the ages of two and eleven developed E. coli between October up twenty eighteen in may of this year Jamie worn with our TV partners at ABC fifteen reports to those kids attend santan charter school on November twelfth the McClellan law firm filed these notice of claims against the town of Gilbert and St ten charter school totaling a combined one hundred sixteen million dollars the law firm representing a fourth and fifth grade students and their families says the boys are suffering from infections as a result of E. coli they claim the boys were diagnosed back in may just one day apart each now suffering from a long list of illnesses and injuries documents say one has severe brain damage is on a feeding tube and can't walk the other was hospitalized and is on dialysis the family's claim clogged toilets contaminated water and lose animals on school campus contributed to a filthy disease causing environment the school says equali tests came up negative last may the town of Gilbert also says its water is in full compliance with regulatory law well she hasn't heard of widespread problems but north Phoenix representative Nancy Bartel has a bill to require informed consent for women who will undergo pelvic exams among other things Bartow says it'll teach medical students to respect their patients even if you're at a teaching hospital yet to not expect one or more persons performing that kind of examination when you're not aware and you haven't given at express consent informed consent is a medical industry standard but Bartow says her bill if it becomes state law will give women extra protection a new report says Arizona benefits economically from local hospitals the report commissioned by the health system alliance of Arizona shows hospitals meant a lot to the state's economy in twenty eighteen we showed a thirty billion dollar overall economic impact nearly two hundred thousand jobs quite a bit of money going to the state and local governments eight hundred million dollars a year Jim rounds of rounds consulting says those figures may be conservative because areas around hospitals also benefit you might go slightly down the street for X. ray is somewhere else on the campus for some blood work there's about another thirty five percent of economic activity because of this hospital hello hospitals also prop up the property values of their nearby areas spot Maclay KTA our news if you're an E. cigarette user you're more likely to develop lung cancer than people who don't smoke the first large study in humans published in the journal of preventive medicine shows a direct link between lung disease and those who very you cigarette use by youth is being called a national epidemic a new study shows a cigarette users are one point three times more likely to develop lung disease smokers are both the cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes are two point six times more likely ABC's Dave Schreiber reports a study looked at the smoking habits of more than thirty two thousand adults over three years ago E. cigarette uses to tobacco cigarette users K. D. A. R. news time six oh seven thanks sherry and now with a live update from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center here's Danny Solomon over on your freeway things have really loaded up it just keeps getting heavier and heavier on I. ten eastbound between the live one oh one at about thirty Fifth Avenue and I'm also seeing a delay on the loop one a one eastbound from my seventeen the past seven street south bound often on slowing go I seventeen from Bethany home road on over towards Buckeye and by the way forty Third Avenue is closed in both directions between Buckeye in Van Buren that's all due to a fatal wreck involving a pedestrian get always stick with thirty Fifth Avenue or something else instead and then you got a new accident fifty ninth Avenue at.
"mcdermott" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Just. Just follow your instincts men and women, you know, were were born, you know, with these these instincts these paternal instincts returning things. Just listen to them. You know, like I said everybody everybody in the is going to tell you. But just listen to your heart, and your soul, and you'll figure it out with best for your job awesome. Great advice. I love the message. I really do. Appreciate you taking the time out of your day to do this here with me d MC Dermott your first glance father. And I got to say thank you for joining me here on I last fatherhood. My pleasure anytime and anytime it was fun. Okay. Back in just a second wrap it up. Back to wrap things up here. First place. Fatherhood. I gotta give a special. Thank you. Once again to dean McDermott to give me a few minutes of his time. Here was so cool. Please send me up on Twitter guys draw me that DM on Instagram or hit me on Facebook. Let me you're about today's episode. I always loved the regia feedback and lock it in. We're gonna finish off the week strong tomorrow with a frog may of Friday episode. Former navy seal Ryan Bates will be here next week will be action packed. I got stand. Efforting Steve Babcock Trevor Chapman a few surprises. That's all. I got for you guys today. I'm out of the lease. You've been listening to I last fatherhood. And please remember guys. We are not babysitters. We are fathers that we're not just fathers. We are first class bothers. I open. No. Town..
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"So you know, he can watch whatever he wants. But you know, my eleven year old and ten year old is starting to get interested in what dad's doing and seeing what I've done and and two of his little nasty like I just finished doing season three of slasher and this season. I played a homophobic white supremacist. So, you know, I gotta be careful them. You know seeing that. Would it change? My. Me doing it. I don't know. That's something that it's a very good question. I'm gonna have to start thinking about that. Because it will affect them in some way, shape or form. So I'll keep you posted on that question. Okay. While we're on screen time here. It's definitely one of the most difficult things for all dad's right now, myself included is this technology screen time video games. How do you kinda handle or manage all of that your kids? Gosh, that's a battle that is just being wage Ailey. It's just it's it's in competition with these strains with with my children. We really have to you know. Only get them certain amount of time line. Of course, we have all the parental blocks on all the phones all the computers. So, you know, they still age appropriate stuff. But it's more about the amount of time that that they spend on it that, and it seems every day seems to become more and more and more as they say as they get addicted to this this little handheld computer screen that they you know in the games on and search on. I would I would I really try to get them to use it for education purposes. You know, if they wanna play games, I would rather them go on an ABC mouse or massively using it to get educated instead of entertained, so we'll put restrictions on the amount of time that they can use them and really try to guide them into. You know, productive doing? Yeah. That all sounds good. It's a fortnight came on the scene. Oh, man. Oh, man. That's. It was it was mine craft. It's. For us. And it's so funny though, you know, fifty two and you know, looking at the graphics of Minecraft, I was like these the graphics. We had when I was a kid, but it just took off. I have never understood the point of Minecraft at least forty nine. I could see the point to it. But Minecraft, I mean, that's really mindless to me. Yeah. I tried to play Minecraft, and I couldn't get into it. And and for nine I I don't even know what it's about. I can't I'm not a video game guy. I've never liked video games. I've always thought they were a colossal waste of time. But you give me an old fashioned pinball machine. Don't change that too. But yeah, right on struggle for any really struggle. The the screen time is, you know, pretty. Pretty entertaining. You know, you've got these little handheld computers. That can entertain you can teach. You can stimulate you visually play video games on you know, I really really like it if if they used it sort of on a global level as opposed to just games. I mean finding out you know, what's going on in different parts of the world and get educated about it. I mean. Within the internet and the technology phone supposed to bring us all closer together instead of distractive. So yeah, there's definitely a dichotomy to it. There's some great things to it. There's some big benefits of the technology. But on the flip side of it. It could really destroy a young undeveloped minds. It is time to get a word from our sponsors. And then right back with more from dean McDermott. I'm out of place in you're listening to first glance fatherhood seatgeek taking your kids in a bowl.