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Hurricane Set to Strike Louisiana Exactly 16 Years After Katrina
"Louisiana and New Orleans in particular, are readying for Hurricane Ida. Shelley Adler has this if the forecast holds up Hurricane Ida is going to make landfall in August 29th there, which is the 16 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Brian McNulty, who was a hurricane researcher at the University of Miami, There's a chance for quite a lot of intensification where we could be looking at a Category three or four Hurricane New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell ordered the evacuation of everyone living outside the levee system. However, she also pointed out what's improved since Katrina, which was a cat three storm sciences change based on our ability to get more accurate information from the National Weather Service, So we had in our communications have been improved as well
Louisiana Braces for Hurricane Ida
"Com. Louisiana residents ready now for Hurricane either the massive storm expected to go ashore sometimes Sunday night with 140 Miles And a lot of water. The New Orleans area could see maybe around A foot of rain and University of Miami hurricane researcher Brian McNulty says Sunday's arrival will bring back memories of one of the worst storms in history. Hurricane Ida is going to make landfall in August. 29th there which is the 16 year anniversary of Hurricane
Ida Aims to Hit New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina Anniversary
"IDA could hit New Orleans on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. If the forecast holds up Hurricane Ida is going to make landfall in August 29th there, which is the 16 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina? Brian McNulty, who's a hurricane researcher at the University of Miami, There's a chance for quite a lot of intensification where we could be looking at a Category three or four Hurricane New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell ordered the evacuation of everyone living outside the levee system. However, she also pointed out what's improved since Katrina, which was a cat three storm science has changed based on our ability to get more accurate information from the National Weather Service. So we had in our communications have been improved as well. Over time. I'm
"mcnulty" Discussed on THEMOVE
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"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"Maybe the max in which they allow. And how many waves did you get. I think i had Seven priority waves. A you know kind of like again on the smaller the smaller count size. But you know it depends if you're with if you're with guys who all rip get less of the opportunity to pick off away but if you're with kind of a mix of surfers there's a lot opportunities to kinda jump on mid wave so you pick up a lot of extra waves even if you're not priority. Seven ways is great in a session right especially if a waiver that that quality to or you have really happy. I bet you were good for you. What way does it remind you of that. You've searched now. I i can couldn't pick a specific wave because it's even the takeoffs a little different i mean i have some obscure home breaks. That are a little bit weird. You're you're paddling at a odd direction to get into the waves and then just the that the power or the sucking power that has off. The the bottom of the wave is different than anything. I've served definitely more like a reef break. You know yeah it has some push to it. Definitely you can move. that's cool. I actually people hate on. The w esl event that do i actually enjoy it. I like the consistent palette of seeing what these guys do almost like a skate competition or something like that. Ned anymore like skating. I think yeah now mixes up from the other. The other locations in types of waves that you're seeing ranch so all right Let's see okay. So we're talking with surf care dot co and i'm going to ask you some surf related questions real quick before i let you go. What are you surfing right now. Was the last four g road. Mid linked machado seaside and beyond a really how. What's the size of it. It just seven. Oh right on that. He's new former pretty fast. Yeah pretty fast figuring out. You know how to manage turns. Yeah it's interesting those mid length about a playing with the entire planning the board appropriately. I'm surprised at how forward. I can get like six eight kind of a speed egg. And i have to remind myself that to get pretty damn forward on it before you really start to zip and now you can turn it from the front to. It's kind of a whole 'nother dynamic. I really enjoyed it completely different for me so yeah was sometimes really enjoyed. It and sometimes was a bit frustrated. But i'm gonna keep going to keep using it. What did you serve at the sir. France i i wrote a love curricular Just redo the waves. I tested out the glazer. The fire the machado glazer which adds fun. Dan man design and so do they have like a whole fire. Wire quiver to choose from there. They do a lot of the bottom of the fens are missing. Otherwise the boards are great. A sweet so so. If i go i need to make sure at least bring my own set of fence. Just in case is your is to bring you on board but if one switch it up you can do that. I think it'd be fun to try. Just a couple of fire. Wires out of the mix. Look at them. All the time and surf shops. And i've never purchased one but all right how about this. What was the last time you cooked it in the water. You're an experienced surfer. I imagine you don't look like a fool too much but it does happen. Because it's a humbling spore. Was the last time you shook your head like damn been doing this way. Too long kook like that all the time all the time. Yeah i would just on a. I was just on a a trip like you down central america but i think you know surfing at a a reef break in there. There was a rock which i fortunately didn't hit. But you have to. You have to. You have to make it around the rock section to keep going and i just you know fully wasn't paying attention to where i was going and ended up on the inside of iraq and getting dragged through the the reception. Yes i just have to get out of the water in through the rocks and all the way back out around that lost in in the moment in not really paying attention to my surroundings. Yeah that'll do that that was about. I served this morning on a spot called the hook and santa cruz Got two kids in the wife. And i work and you just gotta go when you go and it was like a negative tied and is is so it was so low. Tide man you just. You don't pay attention you ride too far in you wipe out or whatever and you land an ankle high water or something like that on the reef sneak up on you quick especially if your service in central america spot the otherwise. Don't know too. Well that's a good answer. How about scared was last. I even scared and some big surf. We got spooked. Or maybe you felt like your little over your head probably in hawaii. Yeah that's even in year in california. I mean i feel like. I don't serve as big as ways they used to and i mean i think even in surfing in la surfing. Orange county. I mean it happens maybe less than the normal but yet when it when anytime i'm gonna a little bit more powerful surf tend to question whether i belong out there not. Yeah i've had fun and like one foot days just long boarding and the net the same amount of fun that i had trying to charge you know. What am i trying to prove myself like this. Catch some waves and more often than not. And lastly this probably fold twofold. You probably have two different answers because as a lifelong surfer. I know you've seen the waters get more and more crowded out there. But now that you're in business would serve you know the more consumers the more clientele potential. The better for you I do you feel about the influx of these Adult learners especially in the kobe ge. How do you reconcile that. And what's your general philosophy as you see more and more people out in the water. Yeah i think it's a good question. I think it's more of a personality kind of driven response but I think it's inevitable with anything progress development exposure. you know. you're going to have more people getting excited about things yet. Another wave pools coming into play. i think it's just a reality now and if people can become informed the problem is surfing doesn't have you know specific instructions or rules that are even though there are somewhat outlined rules. No-one's really communicating them to you. If you're just going out there to learn on your own. I think if if people can understand what the etiquette is supposed to be like And they take the approach of like this is something we all do for fun than it becomes easier pill to swallow that more and more people are going to be getting in the water. So you know. I'm always searching for less crowded waves but those inevitably come more crowded as well I just i'm going out. I'm going out early. Or i'm going out for just a couple of months rajai.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"I don't know do you have any insurance like Experience in insurance or underwriting claims or anything like that. I personally do not Knicks background is in finance and insurance. That's how got to we are today We're both lifelong surfers. And that's where a passion lies. We just applied some business background to this product. So kind of took what we we learned in the business world and said hey. Why don't we. Why don't we mesh that with the things that we love to do. Yeah totally his background comes from there and then mine is more on the cac and ecommerce i see what is your website by the way it served cared dot co excellent and is that where you prefer customers get a hold of you can reach us via chat email and then they can also find us in stores throughout the united states. Yes you have a network in stores to sign up for your service. Yeah every every plan is attached to a new surfboard within thirty days. So they're buying surf care on their on their surfboard. Any surfboard even from small local shaper. It just needs to be purchased within thirty days of buying that new board. If they're buying in shop generally they'll buy at the cash register at the time they by the board. Cool all right. So that's where the lot of the work comes that i imagine to is Pigeon your service to the shops and arranging agreement with them. Yes i think it. The surf industry is generally excited about something new on that. Not just another t. shirt and really protects the stores In a way that had been protected before. Because what happens is whether it's a new surfer or an experienced surfer is go out on the first day. They snap off the nose of their board or they you know they hit the reef in in rebound defend boxes in the comeback. Because it's brand new and say hey man. I'm really bummed out. I just did this. And the shop feels obligation to give them some kind of credit or discount on either repairing the board or buying a new board and if they can get the cuss words get coverage on with surf. Geir helps to protect the shop. In having to give these discounts which these small local shops are really just struggling to survive in the world that we live in today so they decided in and it's a matter of them learning how to approach the product with the customer. Not explain it. Yeah it's a good concept. Can i ensure boards that are already on or they have to be brand new within thirty days. And that's that's purely because we don't know what the i guess. Damage rate or the claims rate will be on those new sets of boards and it's hard to validate the damage. That's been done prior ryan. Do we do want to launch some kind of program Around quiver coverage. So you can take your quiver regardless of whether it's new or you're used or even protect the individual used board but that's gonna come in time right. Yeah it would be nice if you had a service. For example. i've i've gotten way too. Many is this year. I've resolved not to buy anymore board this year. But i fall without outside of the thirty day program to ensure my boards. But you know why not shut it out so maybe you could face time with someone you could vet their board you know. Let me see all the rails flip over. What repairs have you done tickets. Few screenshots and i'll leave it at your discretion. But i get your point you gotta you gotta protect your service to you. Don't want people take advantage of it. Yeah i think there's a way to do it. You know it's it's ask really learning the business a little bit more and feeling comfortable with it and then also you know working with our underwriter to also feel comfortable with it. That's right 'cause. I don't know a thing about finance or insurance really but you have to have an underwriter right. That's that pot of cash that's gonna underwrite your business and ensure that you can ensure your customers. Yeah for every board that every plan that is purchased on board. We hold a money. In reserve in board is damaged. People have launched products that are similar to ours. In the past. Or i should say brands. Shapers launched product similar but they haven't been licensed Which they can do legally but it puts more pressure on dat shaper or brand to come out of pocket with to protect each individual board right right so when you say license. Then that's what you mean. It's underwritten by a insurance underwriter. It's underwritten and approved by the state. So every state in the country approves the program. We're licensed in thirty eight states right now All coast coastal states killer. Her hawaii so we expect hawaii to become meeting soon that will complete all of our coastal coverage in. Obviously we want to be in the the middle states as well because there's a lot of wake surfing laugh paddleboarding going on. We cover those oranges. Well yeah human. Have you been up to l'amour yet i have. I got a chance to go. I guess maybe that was january. Get up there. I was lucky. Yeah you were. Tell me about that. Tell me about that way. What what the little subtleties of that wave that. Maybe you didn't expect to experience. Just tell me about it. Well i think the the guy in the water really great so they really help you to not be surprised by too much if you're listening and paying attention but the hard thing to get out of my head was your if if you're trying to get to barrels on i don't remember what the wave is called but there's three waves at l'amour that you can pick from in. There's there's two barrels in one of the waves that are maybe as a or b wave. But you wanna stall the first barrel and then you want to all ask for the second part to get it out of my head to not stall on both right. You get the first one but i can get the second. Yeah that's cool and looked so nerve wracking like when you hear the gears turning like imagine just mentioned myself in first position you start hearing people all the way down the line that are subconsciously wanting you to to wipe out so they could pick up where you left off right and i don't know what does that take off like do they q. U. the countdown. Or tell me about the first wave at the surf ranch more they do q. U. and like you said the guides are amazing. Said you know they're telling you gogo paddle here paddle there You're set out. The wave is is easy. I would say it's really easy. Take off for most for most surfers. Even a lot of guys that are that haven't been surfing long or catching waves. Be the feeling of the way. There's a there's a lot of water being displaced in a small area so i think it's the the way the waves moving which is a little different. You know it sucking up. You're really feeling the power of the water. You know kind of pushing up over the top of the wave and being in the right place to take advantage of all that wave has to offer right it but it is a very anxiety ridden experience. You know to miss that missing away for to mess up on a certain way of is kind of a bummer. You know yeah you have to get over that. But you're you're you're wave cowan's diminishing after every opportunity so it's a little bit you know. It can be a little bit heartbreaking did you. did you take the left to. Yeah you you just rotate every time. So you're like right. left right lasts the. How many in your party where you're sharing the experience with. Oh a lot. Yeah we i mean. I added to a lot because i was invited by group thankfully but I think we had you know maybe twenty people.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"Days outstanding. How long have you guys had this and running the company's three years in the making it's a licensed yada but we launched july july one of twenty twenty so right in the middle of the pandemic. I've thought about an insurance policy for like running left. Turn red lights. Oftentimes those unprotected intersections. you know. Sometimes you're allowed to turn left on an unprotected otherwise you're just sitting there at a projected intersection like what the fuck can i turn right now and maybe throw in a dollar once a month and if you get a ticket for what you never will then we could pay off your jacket. But that's too dangerous of a concept. I like your idea better. At lord knows i have plenty of dings and i suck at ding repair. Did you have a pain point with ding repair on your own. Where this occurred you. Or what was the impetus for this idea. I guess your inspiration for it. yeah. I think we'll for myself personally. You know ding repair is a pain. A you often don't know where to go or what. The result of the ding repair is going to be your calling for asking who repairs your boards Are they good. What am i going to get my board back often. You drop off your board and it's you know three four or five weeks later and he still haven't heard from the repair person. So that's that is a component of our business is to unify the adding repair network. But we don't actually do the ding repair. So we're we're tapping Up providers market in in pairing up our customers with the best people in market to repair their board locally is far as the impetus for the the business partner next idea and he developed that really a while on a trip to the mental is where i think he snaps three boards in a single day in. They're all brand new Obviously you know that hits you pretty hard in the pocket book right you know you can get you can get protection. Plans insurance On almost every other product out there you know even a lot of camping and other outdoor products bicycles and whatnot. And there's gotta be somebody that can provide Something like surf care is saying you know. Some people have alternatives like renter's insurance or homeowner's insurance but that doesn't really protect you and then if you make a claim hits you know it dings you for the rest of the products in your household so we wanted something that specifically focused on sir fords and the individual product right. So let's say. I'm up here in santa cruz. And let's say a sad bang my board getting putting it in my car. I do most of my things in my garage Sadly and so then my process there would be to take it to one of your certified. Ding repair spots. Or can i take it to midtown. Surf does a good job. For instance do you need to have a relationship with that with that dean guy i before i make a claim with surf care. Yeah great question We do have certified surf cared ding repair specialist. But the per- the doing your doesn't have to be certified by us. We're happy to take an introduction to the people that you think the best job will connect with them and then set up the ding repair. So the only thing. The customer needs to do is contact us before. had initiating any of the ding repair. So we want to approve. The ding repair gathered the pricing from the repair person. And then and then the board goes into Into getting work done right. And so i come out of pocket to start to pay for it and you. You reimbursed me as a customer or are you paying the ding repair agent directly another question. We pay for one hundred percent ding repair directly. So you don't come out of pocket anything you pay for your plan and we take care of the rest. That's a pretty brilliant idea. And then what are your rights right. Now we're running to plans The first one's called the essential and that protects you against a breaks and buckles and that seventy nine ninety nine a year. I believe without checking out and then one. That's for a single year. And if you wanna cover board for up to two years it's one hundred. Nineteen which basically breaks down to about seven. I think actually that one's probably about five dollars a month. Yeah that's right hundred twenty bucks for two years. Even ikea wrap my head around that the premium plan protects you against both things and breaks which is more of the the common issue for most surfers and that one runs ninety nine dollars for the year or one hundred fifty nine for two years. Which is our most popular plan. Sweet i take it. You're a surfer. An are you lifelong surfer yet. Probably since you know junior. Lifeguards maybe was eight or nine. Not right on cool. That's killer man. I skated outside the central valley. And i moved out to santa cruz. I'm one of those adult learners about ten years in surfing but you could always tell people surfaces. They're a little. Just out of my through a skateboard aca run full speed is jump on it immediately in carve you know you see you know not that. I'm a good skater. Or anything or even throwing a baseball you tell who played little league and who didn't same goes for surfing through so i i don't know why rambling on about that except for. I have a lot of adult learners who listen to this podcast and who also wanna take probably wanna take advantage of your service out there. But how often do you get out surf anymore. I'm probably To three days a week now in the in. I'm really a avid water person. In general so a lot of a lot of free diving a lot of boating sailing motor and then in the next surfing and it just generally spent a lot of time in the water. That's just getting down to the beach. All are still you know snorkel around. Just checking stuff out. Spend time bodysurfing. There's a lot of cool breaks down. There i haven't served newport and i haven't served laguna Of course the wedge see on instagram and plenty of footage there but also you have a series of jetties to with some with that. That'll make a way for you to down there. Correct sure yeah. The all the newport beach jetty are pretty fun. Depending on this one direction right right and newport is it could be happy. Wave or a pretty fun Some some head high runners down in newport to it's not necessarily An easier break at least according to my friends in huntington beach is that so. Yeah i mean blackie's is kind of your spot for long warriors and beginners can get crowded. But it's a fun fun wave and then as you head against north it gets. It gets more more hollow in its more advanced. That was nicaragua two weeks ago. And boy that's a holloway. Have you ever served colorado's over there. Nica haven't but i was just i was also. There goes in northern nicaragua. Excellent yeah that was fucking that was challenging for me. He's got to get up and get down the line quick. And every time i found myself getting covered up i would just. We'll move just flipped upside down and probably eight literally almost every wave that i got even even the waves that i finished after a while. You take a beating iraq up after like fifteen. Beatings gotten lot of beatings today. It's fun though they are fun. I had a blast. I i probably drake about twenty five years a day which didn't help my caused for my performance by it was on the list. Are you from the insurance business or you have.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
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P. shock g check out some digital underground for me today after this place somewhere actually pause this place some right now for me the way we swing did. That's the track track to you like the way we swing anyway. Check it out. Okay i want to get to the one quick story. My wife told me to tell on the pot. So when we're On a fifteen hour delay for delta flight we're stuck in costa rican airport Delta does really weak gesture where they roll out a bunch of junk food to make your kids even more knowing you know fritos doritos coke ginger ale block and we're like i'm not a soda guy. My wife's not either prefer that of seven year old doesn't drink soda either but you know this rare occasion. I was like have out it now. The coke though. Don't you touch that. Coca cola has caffeine in the last thing. That's crazy idiot. Needs is caffeine So he probably trained about five ginger ales and then we're going to sitting in the waiting area and he walks by me real fast and it's like costa rica is like in. The airport is quiet easy to get around and You know the bathrooms right there. Some kind of leading the boys roam around a little bit. I got a good eye on. The only people stuck bears everyone. That's trying to fly back to the states. Can't leave the airport because of covid the flight was supposed to depart at seven thirty. Am announced delayed till eleven thirty pm. So quite a day and I explained that not going to go into it anymore. Isolated ad nauseam last pot prior to my chest smith interview. Which how cool is that right. Chad smith come on now anyway. So joseph walks by. And i can just t- media could tell he's got something in his pocket you know. Here's that pace. I'm going to the bathroom. Daddy walks by real quick. Okay marks pass. And i go darcy. Go he's got. He's got a of coke on them. So i just kinda tell them i follow him and Some of funny about my boy like he doesn't want to wear fancy shoes. He's got the same pair of sketchers allied up when you walk. And he beats the hell i mean. Beats them until there's nothing left of them and then we get another pair. So i kind of i fall. I tell him. I'm like ten feet behind and he doesn't bathroom and i kind of slowly follow. I see his feet closes the stall and sure enough. He's not sitting he's standing. He's working on something and I go joe stati dude. I know you brought coke into the bathroom and Coming out it's cool. I figure i'm going to let them work chug this thing before we go out you know. Mommy doesn't have to know. He wants about enough clever kid though he comes out in one hand indeed And is like these. Are the miniature little squatty cans of coca cola in one hand. He's got the coke just cracked over and the other is an empty. Ginger ale can so he was attempting to transfer the coke into the ginger ale. Sound like he comes out joe. He's always going to pour this all right cool. Listen i'm talking to some other guy walks out of the bathroom. We see seesaw. Go down here is at the urine only sees me cokes. Joe out of the the stall and he kind of looks at us laugh. And i'm delirious that would send and i look i look at this guy go. I come kid doing coke in the bathroom anyway. I made my wife laugh with that job. She said i should. I should tell it on the pod so there it is. You want to know the end of the story all right. I took that coca cola. I poured it. Ginger can take it out. Don't tell your brother don't tell your mom. What did he do told his brother his mum that big mouth. So he's not a good co-conspirator. Okay let's get to this guy right mcnulty. Right has a really interesting business. He's out of orange county. Laguna beach as you'll hear. Surf care is the products and It's the words. It's a world's first surfboard protection. Plan your surfboard or yourself get stink. They're gonna fix it for free At the can't fix it. They're actually going to replace it and it can be applied if you get new surfboard. Within thirty days you can take out one of these policies and they're going to cover your board and lord knows the shit out of my board all the time and i can use this product so retin actually contacted me and You know we emailed a little bit. And i said absolutely come on. Come on the pod dude. Let's hear about it. Because i love hearing about things like this. Talk a little surfing as well and Let's check it out. Here's how you doing how you doing. Well thank good man. I hate it when. I'm the one with the unstable internet but i just got that message so if i freeze. That's the reason you're coming in loud and clear right now okay awesome. Yeah where are you based out of. But i'm going to beach. California beautiful beautiful laguna. Are you from there. I'm from the south bay of los angeles and my business partner. Nick is from pennsylvania at spent quite a bit of time in a while who went to university. There in is now based in venice. Beach california where the companies headquartered and you mentioned the company. And that's why i had gone. I wanna i want to hear about ad. Surf care is the company and read. Why don't you describe to the listeners. What surf care is and what service you provide. Yeah thanks It's a pretty simple concept. Essentially what we do is protect your surfboard against dings and breaks while in use which means that if you encounter a ding No matter the cause no matter. Who's at fault while surfing that we will fix your board for free. And if you break or buckle your board we'll replace it for twenty five percent deductible so if you eight hundred dollars for your surfboard in it breaks will replace it For two hundred dollars and get you back in the water within just a couple of.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"Seat. I was still able to punch under the whitewater over and over again. That's funny i'll just a few leaders can make. It's probably the biggest sport. As i could possibly dive but i had a blast on guilty speed seed. We traded back and forth a little bit. We're really fast. I'm going to order one. No did i pick up the phone. Dials shapers number and press sent and was it about to ring and i hung up and fought off the urge. Yes i did all admit it. You know the thing about possessions. Buying things to serotonin keeps fire in. You know you wanna get this this new this new. Gimme gimme gimme then what you get in your hands. Sure you're going to enjoy the product. You can surf it. You know i. I i know the second i get that board the serpent once or twice going to start thinking about other boards that i need. I don't need any other boards do i. I told you my quiver. If anything i should downsize marquette and dreamy shaper up in half moon bay had a an instagram post years ago. Actually screenshot it says all you need and it was like a long board. It was his Eight oh vaccaro motto quite off and then it was like a six ten something actually. It was a long board. Serena hato serena which kind of looks like a gun like headstart gun. I love hipster boards. They're so pretty. And then a six ten but acquire that akito acquittal. I don't know my spanish is all gone. Now it's been three or four weeks since two to three weeks. Since i've retired from nicaragua. I forgot everything until next time. My friend sticking nicaragua. The people there were so nice. May generalize about nicaraguan people. I'm sure there's brexit nicaragua to an evil people like there is in every culture in every country but couple of things i like about nicaraguan culture. There are waving culture. I'm waving a wave at random cars in my neighborhood. It's just it's my default instinct is to waive nicaraguans they wave. I liked that a lot. Everyone waves that's kind of cool. Also you know despite to speak to the character of This gentleman i'm about to speak about Duluth we we got horses. These guys these These these common yet came down with a couple a horses horses and Gave our kids rides up and down the beach and there was this tiny little baby baby horse tagging along untethered so like all their horses run ropes. But there's this random random more just kind of chilling running in circles little bit hanging out and wanted to be part of the pack. I said look at dr like my wife said look at that or they don't have that one tether you know they'll stand behind the kids and horses. Kind of i'm. I'm not into horses by the way the too big. I know they can like kill me with one. Kick kind of squirrelly. I wonder if they can sense uneasiness to i think they can. I am no horse whisper anyway Turns out it was a wild horse. Yeah they got wild horses a nicaragua and this old cowboy dude. He took a rock and threw it still horse trail the followed the rock. He thought i was going to say took a rocket throughout the wild horse. He did not thankfully maybe we went home. He did that but What i saw are actually what i heard from my my son. Josey th rock horses just tag along knowing them through. Iraq distracted the horse. The horse ran after the rock. And i just got a kick out of how they a wild horses. Also i don't know what the birds were. They look like dan. Parrots is a red parrots. These tropical beaks came in a flock just hung out for a couple of hours and that may go to mango trees. A mango tree in central america. Learn here a hub of activity. Gnarly looking squirrels told you about the monkeys on the last episode and then really pretty parents these guys by the way. We accidentally overpaid overpaid him. To the tune of forty bucks the guy so easily there's a language barrier and you know we're traveling latest the horses and they overpay by forty bucks for whatever reason and Mistake on our end do doesn't speak a lick of english. Breaks off forty bucks. Change gives it right back to us. Here we are some tourist ringo's for me i. i may well considered pocketing. That forty bucks got a tourist. Green goes in town he just took the radical right on some more. Seize up and down the beach and He said no. Turnround gave us exact. Change bagging overpaid me too much. I love that. I encourage you to be honest outweigh i encourage you to be trustworthy to not be street smart and leave your car unlocked. But i find that if you extend trust people trust you back and I'm a trustworthy and has was this Gagliano who took our kids on a horse he ride gives us changed back. I just thought that was kind of a sweet little sentiment. Because it's so easy to take you know then americans money Especially when this huge language barrier so god bless man. God bless nicaraguans. I'm going back to shock. G digital underground passed away digital underground sex packets. I was probably eight years old. I want to say. And i. I got that tape. I had that i had two live. Crew had easy easy easy easy. Doesn't i think that was his first solo album after a split with nwa the gnarliest lyrics house eight years old almost the same age as my son which i just can't imagine him listening to that file shit and my parents didn't let me listen to it. I had a. I had a kid improving my elementary school in fresno and coup was. The tapes dealer high-speed dubbing all day long and He would do it through trade. Because i didn't really have cash to spend eight so maybe it was like a couple of baseball cards. Probably that was the mas my currency baseball cards at marbles and tapes. Anyway i l mc hammer to doing. I turned nine. My parents took me to sell an arena to see mc hammer on the please hammered will hurt him tour that come on. Maybe i was eight. Get away that's a really cool gift to give your kids. My parents had to sit through that thing. World class entertainer. Mc hammer thinking by hammer things back to the mc bay area guy too. Nice guy. I met him at a nations once He was looking at his back. When ipads brand new. And i remember i thought it was clearly at an ipad and plugged them. I said hammer. God bless you hear one of my childhood idols like hammer. Jose can seca whole colgan. Brutus the barter proper. Beefcake mark maguire. Tony gwynn you know. Those are my idols.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"My blood. If you drink it you'll be immune from covid banned from you for saying that. I'm not on youtube. So that's a stupid question anyway. A nice to see you again. Nice to hear you again. That's for you to hear me again. I don't know why you're here. But we're friends now and You like surf talk. And i'm here for it. I got a pretty cool guessed The gentleman by the name rent mcnulty of surf care surf. Cares an insurance company for your surfboard. You ding it and they cover it. Got some more details as we speak to read before that wanted to touch base with you. Say hi windsurfing. Yesterday at the hook damn near negative tide is like zero feet at sunrise by the way this is like my favorite time of the year to serve not because of the wave quality or lack thereof though south's do start to come in the spring and united south hundred eighty degree southwell santa cruz real quality rights and thank god their rights. Because i suck ago. Go left but Serving yesterday last couple times went out and bought my big fat eight. Oh egg quite an adjustment after Short boring you know. It's like a hybrid of a long board. I'm not sure board is more like a mix between a mid length and an along because this thing is thick it's eight. Oh it's twenty three wide heads. Three and an eighth takes a little getting used to a big old single fan. I took Know michelle recommends his age Juneau flex fit crafted by rainbow fin company in watsonville and I took that out. And i put in Nine incher it's really flexi to Blanking on the name right now. It's basically like a green. Oh for a template But it's a rainbow fan version. It's nine inches. It's really is really flexible. Tip advanced by the most flexible single fin. I have. But i like it. I like the way it feels. I don't know if. I like better than than eight inch or do you think one inch really makes a difference on a fan. Mike good enough to determine that. I don't know but i'm into the single fin flow and the waves were read one to two feet on surf. Line i reckon there is a few chest high waves that came through. Maybe that's the two feet. I still have trouble wrapping my head around wave measurements and how they culminate in size if i was A smarter surfer. I'm looking at the booze. But i do. I don't do that. i'm the i'm one of those dumb layman's. I just look at surf line. I see what the wave height is peak at the camera to me. The tides always like the biggest factor to me. At least when. I'm considering my surf adventure. I look at the tights and the wave of course to As inaccurate as may be. So i went with my buddy geld. We've served together many years. We started surfing together. Nine years ago served her five or six years straight together long boarding both got bored shape together. I don't wanna say we fell out of touch but we don't surf with each other as much as really sweet to reconnect with an old friend. Went surfing one early morning a couple of weeks ago. He has another Board It's an egg but it's called the speed seed also by michelle asia and was seven six twenty two to three inches thick and i was actually able to duct david and i loved that born and i immediately wanted to go order another one but Try not to buy another board for the year. Twenty twenty one. Because i'm ron with sports right now. My current quiver is this. I have a while. I got my six. So many simmons timber surco. Am i six two rocket wide by channel islands. The one nonlocal board. I have i still feel dirty about it. But it is a fun when you get into one's now forty liters Love my six as you know Carver it's a two plus one. It's kind of a speed shape About forty two forty. Three liters is probably my go-to when the waves are up. I got this really big fat. Doug how fish oversized for me. Kind of on the fence about keeping. It may be a redundancy. Because like why do i need a big fat bulbous fish if i have my rocket wide and or my carver or this. Oh eg of course it got my seven ten soldier. I don't think that shavers business anymore if he ever was. But it's a there's no logos on it. It's like a seven tenths telling fun board. I guess it's kind of swallowtail. Really point he knows how to rock. A lot of knows. Rocker in my father-in-law gave it to me. The shaper was awesome. Electric any shave my father-in-law a gift and father-in-law surfed and ku gas. More obeys whole life and he had a six ten of the same shape since he was all the recent stretch. That may be out for me since then. I think is Well i know he has. He's basically retired from surfing and he gives me board hardly ever surfeit but emotion. It has a lot of Oh what's the word. Not emotional value assure mostly has value. But it's a damn word. I'm looking for sentimental value. Would be the word i have that it's a war. I mean it's not a. It's not a wall hanger for sakes new surf and occasionally. I might surfer this weekend when i visit. Ku goodson vacuum but Anyway it's a sentimental lord. Of course i got this eight. Oh by juneau. And then i have a nine ten knows writer but this egg. I've taken out last three or four times after. I got back from nicaragua and I really enjoying it starting to just kind of both trying to remove my ego from the surf process this. Ask myself after. I go surfing did you. Did you have fun or not. Did you get waves or not yesterday. For example is one of those sessions. I was out there for about an hour. Sunrise and You know. I had plenty of jobs. But they close out when it make the section blah blah blah. Then finally i got. I got into one about chess. Tie that brad girl. Lack wave key to the bottom turn. Lesson is really helpful for me of just keep in my head over my board cocking my body twisting without leaning over the rail and Basically i'm cocky my body back on my chest forward all my weight on my back foot when i decided to bottom so you know front foot forward weight forward when you're taking your drop when you're going down the line putting way more weight forward now to make sections that's a little lesson i've learned and it's all muscle memory. There's these little exercises you do and You know i felt it come into fruition. Yesterday after i got going on this wave. I did what i would call a bottom turn way back as i make that. Turn toward up the face way forward on the front foot. Let me get to the top of the wave weight back again. Pivot again head over the board. The whole time tommy current. I'm told to watch him his. He never his head stays over the deck of his board and I found that helpful. So i had a great ride. In fact i even that dushi move where i looked it up on surf. Line to see it again. And i saw and it wasn't as bad as i thought it would look because usually you think you had a good way and then you see a picture avatar video and he looks like shit but i look like shit probably because the camera view was from a great distance and and so it Blurred out any subtle kookiness of that right. But i had a good ride on my eight. Oh so what do what do you do right. Like i'm gonna keep serving the saito. Screw it i'm not going to be slashing. I'm not making huge. I'm not throwing buckets of spray so for the foreseeable future i wanna cruise on my eight. Oh and get lots of waves and you big ones on this thing to it has real subtle rocker Got a wide nose. Little bit wider than i like almost like a long board knows which is kind of a bummer I like a little bit point here of knows for duck diving. I can't get it under the way at all. I talked to turtle turtle roll that thing. Unlike the seven six speed.
How TPA Is Leading The Alliance
"Morning. Good afternoon and good evening. Welcome to security rabbit hole to another edition of the down the security rabbit hole. Podcast this i have got the james back on the show james. Good good to have you back. Yeah welcome to the welcome to the new year man. It's yes we some twenty twenty thousand officially twenty twenty. Not you know ten minutes later. You made a you got through the new year. Okay no casualties. Yeah now say made it through You know chilly on the other side but hopefully in a month or so. It'll start warming up for us right. Yeah well it's it's january end of january ish so Middle of january. I think we're issue that center the middle of january so Yeah it's gonna hit you get back in the sixties any day. Now maya will entry outside. That has completely wilted because it's like what the heck it's been in the upper twenties at night but all right enough about the weather. And the post apocalyptic twenty twenty one year you guys know part of the skewed visor alliance otherwise known as the alliance if you're part of in your security leadership you absolutely should be. I'll look us up on length dan. It's we'll talk a little bit more about how to joining and get things done. But basically a community of seaso's insecurity leads that to make the world better and get to get a little get a little community income roderick process and to that end we have a new executive director boy. Wouldn't it be great if we had him on. The show and so here is gary. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much happy to be here calling in from sunny sunny southern california. It's absolutely beautiful. Yeah that's that's that's beautiful. I love that Are you guys What's your what's your temperatures there. You're the seventy six no no. I'm actually embarrassed to say that it's going to be eighty five degrees here today. L. man all right. Yeah yeah yeah. I apologize for that theft. Never apologize i kind of wish it was here all right so a little bit of your background and we'll kind of dive into the alliance of what you're going to be doing it. Sure so this has been a long path for me in the In the cybersecurity space. I actually started in in the Early nineteen eighties. Eight eight dating myself. That way. But i think i was in it before i even knew i was in it. If that makes sense. I was learning what it wasn't a thing But at the same time. I was still doing what other guys were doing. And that's you know. Hey there was some technology beginning to get implemented in places and And there was a general sense that you had to worry about how it got secured Working with a A defense contractor in the dc area and they brought in wang word processing systems. And now you're now you're really dating. Oh this is this is crazy for yet. Do you wanna stop here. I am i. Am i too old for the show great. I don't know how many of our listeners remember the way god a while well. Or how deep. The penetration of that product was across especially across government. It was used really well so anyway. I sort became Someone who one of the people who understood the the underpinnings of wang a little bit and and what have you. And i'm not saying i'm proud of that. I'm just saying i did it. And along the way the. Us state department decided to standardize on on wang systems. They had no No computing technology in embassies and consulates around the world Back in those days the only means of communicating if you were working in an embassy or consulate was by sending telegrams sending cables and those were all done very secure rooms. And you know you kinda typed out a telegram. Carry it up to the to the communication center it was re entered into a into a cable system and sent out to whatever. The destination was so word processing was a huge step up as you can imagine at that time and and they rightly got a little bit worried about what. What does it mean. If we start putting these things all over the world and And i had the good fortune to be recruited at that time and later mentored by By one of the people. I think is really one of the sort of unsung giants in the in the cybersecurity. Space guy name lynn mcnulty Who later became a significant player. Nist and variety of other places but but lynn was tasked with building a what they called the computer security team For the department state he
The First Gene-Altered Squid Has Thrilled Biologists
"Some of the weirdest creatures on the planet are CEPHALOPODS, animals like squids and octopuses. Now, in the Journal current biology scientists say they've managed to tinker with the jeans of pod in the lab NPR's Nell. Greenfieldboyce, reports on why a gene-altered squid is such a big deal. Read Grassi's official job title is manager of Cephalopod Operations when I recently visited the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole Massachusetts, he showed me around a room full of burgling tanks. So we've got our beautiful flamboyant cuttlefish. We've got our straight pajamas squids. These ones are native to. Australia. We've got our. Church, which is the pygmies zero octopus, their native to Nicaragua very small octopus species that doesn't get much larger than a table grape. The work here involves everything from the very latest high tech gene editing tools to a bucket of rocks sitting on the floor the rocks are used to make habitats in the tanks and two way down the lids. So octopus are notorious for being able to escape out of their enclosures. These critters have sophisticated brains that look nothing like our own. They can solve puzzles, change their skin color in a flash and travel using jet propulsion Josh. Rosenthal is a researcher at the Marine Biological Laboratory. He says, these animals evolved completely independently from us, their relatives or. Things like clams in this provides an opportunity to compare them with us and see what elements are in common and what elements or you need. The problem is there's been no way to modify their genes and being able to do that is really important. Most lab biologists study just a few species like mice and fruit flies because the gene editing technologies for them have been all worked out. This makes it easy to study genes role in behavior, disease and treatments, but none of that was available for cephalopods. So Rosenthal and his colleagues have been building those tools I using a squid that lives in the waters around woods hole a researcher named Karen Crawford had figured out how to fertilize. Its eggs in the lab. So the team did that and then injected gene altering materials it wasn't easy. The fertilized egg is surrounded by a tough almost rubbery coating for months we have needles break. We couldn't figure out how they get it, but they finally did it and turned off a pigmentation gene that normally makes small dark spots on the squids skin. Those spots are missing on the altered baby squid pigment genes are easy because you can see them. Right. You can see if it's working as things develop Kerry Alberton is a member of the research team she says for her this is a game changer. This is something that honestly if you ask me five years ago if we'd. Be Able to do I would have just giggled and said I dream of it but you know I didn't think it would be possible and yet here we are other Squid Biologists or equally thrilled Sarah McNulty's with the University of Connecticut. She says, it's incredibly impressive that they've gotten this to work. This was like a huge advancement for staff upon researchers all over the wrong. We should all be pop bottles of Champagne. This is amazing. She says this particular squid can't live long term a lab it just gets too big but she says it's proof of what's possible and the researchers are already working with smaller creatures. They haven't those tanks to alter genes and them to Nell Greenfieldboyce NPR news.
"mcnulty" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stone skipping championship Max Top Gun Steiner what yep came out of nowhere they came to play today ninety McNulty is up next this is part of a gimmick that ESPN lifted straight from a movie that was satirizing ESPN dodgeball from two thousand four in which Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn compete in a tournament aired live on this fictional channel bringing you the scene sports since nineteen ninety nine it's almost as we ESPN eight the Ocho has become a real ESPN summer tradition which the network aired early this year to fill the sports vacuum viewers were treated to a grab bag of stone skipping axe throwing and my personal favorite the forty sixth annual cherry pit spitting championship gentleman Joe right there seventy three years old he brought in his oxygen tank I spoke to him earlier you know I also talked to some of the spitters today and they talk about cleaning that pit real good well in the rule book that they will get disqualified if any of the cherry comes out with the pet is this the equivalent of an alcoholic drinking stern because it's all we can get his hands on yes I guess so four why not just re run classic games yeah they've done some of that but all those old super bowls and the glory days basketball games are actually pretty expensive to repair and anyway sports fans want new stuff which is why Fox Sports and NASCAR took a fascinating gamble on network television first I NASCAR all star race from the virtual homestead Miami speedway delivered by racing.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"That you're doing while give you a couple of places where if you WanNa find me personally eric? Mcnulty DOT COM is an easy place if people WANNA worried about the book they can go to. Www dot bit dot l. wise of bitterly forward slash your book and you'll find all the various channels and the MP Elida Poker Work. Teach at Harvard is MP L. I got SPH Harvard Dot Edu. Lots of free resources there podcasts..
"mcnulty" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"The and the less damage there is to our customers. That was a great lesson in great way as up as the boss to set a standard set principal down and then model the right behavior because when things are going quickly you're trying to Oliver. Organizations are much very dynamic of having people giving them the freedom to do their job and know that when they make the inevitable mistakes. It's okay to talk about those. You can fix them as opposed to being afraid that you're going to be punished and may be fired for it so a very different tone. In an organization it makes him very nimble and very very agile also improves workplace culture and it also helps with retention because people understand that if there is an issue that the leaders going to be there to support everybody to help navigate through those challenges and come out of it sand scathed but at least you know in a in a better frame than someone just screaming and yelling and throwing things around the room and Just it just makes for a very toxic environment. We see too many of those in society today and if you want people to be innovative to offer new ideas to make decisions and take some risks. You've got to support them in that because they think the downside is is severe punishment belts. Don't go into a shell. They'll do the minimum to get by but they will give you their best last question which was actually unplanned. This how does a nine year old want to get into urban planning? I'm really curious about that because it at nine. I'm trying to do the math here. Yeah what I didn't have any career vocation plans at that point now. When I got to seventh grade I wanted to go into accounting which was an industry that I was in for quite a long time. But How how did you come up with? Sat. What was what was the driving force behind that you know and I may be off by year but the year or two but not by much I think in part because I I was only child and spent a lot of time in cities my parents Mike. My my dad and my grandparents in particularly fascinated by how in the subways and buses and how it all worked And then I also liked seems to draw wedding and gone templates and remember as she designed the city. When I was is they would fourth the fourth grader thereabouts. If bread and just trying to figure out the water all the pieces and how do they go together? What makes the work better? But quite sure where it came from beyond that reading a bit But I just it was an intricacy and And that led to eleven love of travel. I've spent time in lots of cities around the world and I just think it shows you that the human dynamic How creative.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back there is a new book out called year IT Crisis Chongjin how to lead when it matters most. I've got Eric Minolta on the line. Here Kara Fine. I am great apprecia- We talked about Prevention and how to often people wait until it's too late to prepare for either hiccup or a huge disaster for their organization or for their own personal lives. So this book is quite timely when it comes to addressing things and getting ahead of it so what motivated you and your co author Lenny. Marcus TO SPARK WELL. We've been doing this work for more than fifteen years. Now of looking at crisis look in particular at leaders in credit crisis situations what works and what doesn't and we felt that First of all we learned some things we wanted to share could be found some principles of tools that would help others. Who Confronted made me Dramatic situations but certainly things that were crises in their lives organizations And we wanted to get it out to to as broad an audience as possible because of your work is about helping organizations communities more resilient making leaders more effective so the more people we can reach The better and we hope to hear from a lot of those people's we can continue to inform a where this goes going forward is some of the examples you know. The the highlight in the book car Some national disasters that we've seen you know the Boston. Marathon bombings you'll hurricanes That have devastated. People in outbreaks. H One n one so. Is there some common lessons for us to to learn in these situations? Although there you know those are separate types of things is there's some things that organizations and individuals should be focusing on a little bit to help can mitigate some of those unexpected tragedy that happen lives absolutely not the first lesson to to realize that something is going to happen to you You know it. It could be relatively minor reasoning major but no one goes unscathed because we live in turbulent times. And so whether it's because you are your credit card was breached When when the bank was hacked ore or a natural disaster your community something is going to happen and the three dimensions of Meta leadership which the model we've we've developed sort of encapsulated ways to think about how to get ready and then how to react or positively when the bad happens then. I mentioned the purse. You as an individual knowing yourself being self aware understanding what. Your triggers are a really critical to be to being able to regulate your emotions because we will all go into panic about. It's it's a hard wired. Part of our of our system as as humans diva as mammals the triple f reflect by response exceed anytime you are threatened And so knowing that it's going to happen in knowing how to get out. Would you can do by demonstrating self competence confidence but competence which could be done as easily as three breaths or counting to ten. So that you can use you know how to do or restore you to were reasons thinking or measure behavior. So that's the first thing the second visas. The second dimension situation is understanding what's really going on and therefore what to be done about it and that involves understanding cognitive bias at the shade heart thinking and also realizing that your perspective on any given situation it's not the only one and learning how to incorporate vulnerable perspectives to get a fuller view of what's happening and then finally building connectivity. So having positive linkages good feedback loops up and down within your organization and across other departments and business units and beyond the larger community or supply. Chain whatever happens to be appropriate for realizing that few of US face of organizational crisis alone even a personal crisis family around you Adding connectivity that will get you the right information that can support you and through which you can exercise action so those three things the person knowing situation than having connectivity. When you've got those things working well you're going to be for reform willing. Get to the best possible outcome and when things going as well as you'd like look at one of those three days they were things going. Wrong is a good diagnostic. Where do you think? Or maybe I should rephrase this way. Why do you think organizations put off The type of work because I think everyone I should say not everyone but I think most people recognize that. There's always an opportunity for something catastrophic to happen. You know like the the. It server that I discussed with you briefly during the pre show about an organization. They knew that they had to replace the server. Because it was getting really really old and they more or less put it off and then of course It did what we all expected to do. It did crash and thankfully that it loose any files but it definitely Put a wrinkle into schedules and functionality of that Organization for a bit. What do you think people procrastinate on on taking these steps to prevent Some of these issues to happen in the first place. Well I think there is in a universal belief that it won't happen to me or won't happen here Which is unfortunate and we is beginning. Shuman seem to to defer things as often as possible but beyond that I think the injuries of organizations putting preparedness as a priority. They often see it as an expense. And they often see the time put into it as time to give you a quote unquote more productive. Somewhere else Which is something. I try to overcome with people because when we look at what it takes to lead well in a crisis. It's the ability to communicate. Clearly said priorities make good decisions under high pressure. Those are the kind of skills would serve you. Well every day in his frame prepared properly. It actually helps you build saloon core skills. That are going to help you. In routine business situations being who wouldn't want their their executives there frontline managers even their workers be able to do those things communicate. Well make decisions regulate their emotions. Were Willing teams author all the a lot of money trying to get people to do. And crisis-preparedness is a great frame to great way to do it. The Account Company. She mentioned there one a lot of organizations. Look at US and expense. Were I tend to bleed over on the side of no? It's an investment. It's much like an insurance policy in a way. But it's an insurance policy of being proactive about something to protect yourselves. From having you know an issue happen and secondly mentioned you know the the leadership in crisis it is there. Some common traits the leaders that are able to navigate through these crisis situations that other leaders either lack or they don't tap in and to their own internal strengths to learn how to lead in crisis situations will always say that the baseline and the was well documented in the in the research literature is high emotional intelligence. Muko deeply into that woman gets. That's fairly well known that ability to regulate your emotions in maintains will call in the midst of chaos is a is a core skill and get it serves you well in many areas of life a three attributes. We've seen the leaders. We studied that Are a bit unusual in terms of coming top of mind that are consistent and the people who do well one is. They surround themselves with really strong so they are not threatened by people who are smarter than them or expert in certain areas. They know the stronger team may have the more likely they are to get to a good outcome for everybody. So they attract those really high performers second is. They're they're really curious. They ask a lot of questions and they don't want to be. The person in the room was supposedly has all the answers so they curious about themselves about the people who work for them about the people around them in a situation in which they're operating so they are very inquisitive and the third thing is. They're comfortable with ambiguity. They know there are things they can control and they try and control them well and then. They accepted their things. They can't control. Don't get obsessed with them people we see. You don't do well. In crisis situations where in trivial situations often are people who think they have to control everything? And you'll make yourself crazy Trying to control things that are beyond your control. You could try influence them. You can be aware of them and see you. Can TRAIN REMAIN PROACTIVE? But if you're trying to control everything you're going to fail and it's derail your efforts to move people forward in. I've seen that to a good colleague of mine and I were having a conversation. The other day and Their manager is attempting to push through initiatives on very short period of time and Micromanagement doesn't quite grasp what they're trying to do. They are literally trying to drive this bus with eight hundred people a basically it Kinda feels like they're driving it over the cliff because there's so many different changes that they're trying to push forward at one. Step that when it does likely break. In Create. Some additional problems is going to be very difficult for the organization to figure out okay. What is the breaking point in this big equation? What what's broken? Where did it break? Because there's so many different changes that are being rolled out at once that when it fails they're not gonNA know necessarily were to look I which is going to delay a lot of The initiatives that they wanted to roll out and it's going to be very challenging now a say that it may end up going well but based on what was shared with me Looking at it going. Wow that's not gonna go well because there's so many Failed points along that journey. That could really derail the implementation of these things because you're trying to get everything done at a short period of time and it's It's not very good planning for one and actually can create other problems because trying to change too many things at once. The you're absolutely right. And I think one of these. I look at it and studied understand. Organizational behavior is to look at cities. Look at Hurbon. Planning I was what I wanted to be when I was nine years old and never lost my love of looking at it. It was a great article from back in the mid sixties. Coldest city is not a tree by Christopher within the UK. In one of the things that Alexander points out is that he was donkey bud cities. But I think it's also true of our contemporary organizations. Is that the human brain evolution evolutionary terms. One of strangers. Simplifying is your you know back in the day trying to figure out. Was that thing that moved to the Bush is going to eat you or where you've been yet So was simple findings for pattern recognition and then. The brain actually is not well suited to get an A. can't designed organizations at the complexity which they need to operate in today's world so during the constant where you're trying to thinking.
"mcnulty" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Was especially disappointed to see the hate trolls invade KTAR dot com yesterday it's truly sickening what people are saying about right wing talk show host Rush Limbaugh who is actually physically sick very sick announcing yesterday that he has one cancer advanced lung cancer Limbaugh's famous for saying that his talent is on loan from god but it might be something else he's known for saying that could explain his lung cancer often hill joke these holding a story in his formerly nicotine stained fingers but Hey some people who never smoked a day in their lives and up with lung cancer so I don't know how Rush Limbaugh ended up with lung cancer and I don't know how anybody with a shred of decency can be so cruel as to cheer his cancer but they're out there so called comedian John McNulty tweeted it's not cool to joke about Rush Limbaugh having cancer you might jinx it writer John Taylor said of Rush Limbaugh it's only fitting that this cancer upon the world should be stricken by it if it kills rush and give him a state funeral so that every American to pay their respects by kicking his corpse Nick C. rally senior fellow at the policy institute for democracy no knowledge shared this little nugget he was one rushing wishing Rush Limbaugh speedy recovery and quote he uses his vast influence to promote affordable health coverage for everyone I'm saying this is I put a pillow over his face but what was most disappointing was to see what one of our listeners said in the comments section of our Rush Limbaugh story KTAR dot com Steve who goes by the screen name I'm a trump pack said that he wouldn't wish cancer on anyone and that it took his nieces life and then completely erases any well wishes by saying this but if it gets the hate monger off the air really because you disagree with someone politically do you think it's okay to wish them dead yeah earlier I used to work on a radio station to play the Rush Limbaugh show however I never appreciated that he seemed to be a member of the public relations office for the Republican Party I found his approach to sometimes be very stuffy and I it was often sickened by his unbridled love for Donald Trump you seem to see no fault in the president but I still would never wish a death on him that's preceded by losing the ability to breathe and I don't wish upon him nor cheer for his cancer because he's a fellow radio guy I don't take glee as terrible situation because I try to be a decent human being but for those who don't have the same decency and are making jokes about Limbaugh's political stances being karma for him getting cancer if you believe in karma remember what you're saying come back to bite you in the river at K. T. A. R. news time seven forty eight Donna with entertainment news from Stacy Brooks brought you by bada fires on his premier cool sculpting provider freezer I wanted fat is if it's a seat before ever photos visit frees me AZ dot com today Hey guys Jessica Simpson's new memoir open book comes out today the pop star turned fashion designer opens up about everything from being a victim of childhood sexual abuse to her addiction to pills and alcohol the book also touches on her one billion dollar empire and starting a family with husband and former NFL player Eric Johnson tickets are now on sale for the inaugural Gilbert pizza festival which is Saturday March twenty first at Civic Center park just outside of downtown Gilbert the event includes live entertainment lawn games local craft beer and of course lots and lots of pizza country star Chris Stapleton is bringing his all American road show the option to billion on June fifth the special guest white Yoakum tickets for the concert going until Friday at ten AM Roger all will soon be keeping up with the Kardashians the end of a legend is set to star alongside his wife and daughters in his own E. reality series called the fragile but it's described as a comedic docu series that will give viewers a peek into their lives in rural Oklahoma Stacy Brooks KTA our news there are many really committed as it FIA sings on there last time I interviewed him be he's saying it was quite humorous here's the Duran anything but funny on the road this morning he's got a report from the valley should be dealers traffic.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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Hurricane Dorian bashes the Bahamas
"Brian. Mcnulty is the bahamas going to get a break from dorian. <hes> unfortunately not real soon <hes> it's just been an unimaginable thing to have happened there to have a category five his hurricane to come in and start all over the the grand bahama basically for twenty four four hours <hes> so things will gradually improve at the storm starts to drift north but as of now it's just literally adrift one mile per hour so it's not in any hurry to leave those places who ecorse wanted to move away as quickly as possible things start to see what has happened and how the start trying to get people <hes> found in <hes> so that stalling of dorian over the bahamas means that they've been suffering from one hundred twenty mile an hour winds if not more and ceaseless rain lashing a grand bahama especially. Why did it stall for so long. Yeah there. There was a bit you've uh it was always forecast to come to a gradual stall and then turn north near the florida coast but the length length that stalin was not really foreseen to well <hes> and so what happened is the ridge to north which is what would help steer it <hes> west a little bit and a trough to its north as well. That's coming across the eastern u._s. u._s. <hes> that that is what was kinda slowing down the trough moving in to
"mcnulty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hundred seven two one six zero zero three that is our number on garden sense. Chris is in DC, Chris. How're you doing which question? Okay. I have a lawn in which I have something called. I believe it's called a Brown. Patch? I have above that looks like a large oak tree and then a large magnolia tree. We're having trouble keeping the grass alive. Put pachysandra in part of the law, and it's doing great. And it never needs any help and the questions at this time would be. Which fertilizer and other ways of treating this lawn. Other than grass seat of you got a big oak DNA McNulty probably got a lot of shade show. You may have put down the wrong grass. He tell you have to use the shady grassy lush called Rosen. Shady makes that's a mixture of different fine fescue, and that should do a lot better in the shade. But still under the trees in the summertime, it has to be more than maybe once a week, then only voted in the morning, Don ward in the afternoon or evening, dentist, wet all night. Fungus that easy. Allies you trust like novel other grass added feed it in March. Maybe in September. And November again. Don't use any irregular grass especially don't put any ryegrass. He's not commission. Five. You have to use that fine fescue, and it's called the Osias. Shady crash. That's your best chess avid, of course, the best time to see together in the fall. If you see now, then it's young grads. Going into shumur dies out the real easy and assembly time shell if you can wait.
"mcnulty" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Mr. and MRs McNulty, sir. Disturbing the peace and resisting arrest. In their own pilot apartment where they happen to be making a few little sounds kind of sound sex. Three or four times a day. Every day. At top volume. Three or four times a day. And stamina he's more than made up for in. Creativity. Imagine decibel level. At one point neighbors several buildings overheard, the lady exclaim, and I quote, ravage me now you prancing pony. Mr Mugabe, but why are you so loud during these romantic interludes? Fortunately glory. I can't believe I gave my penny. What's going to happen? Cyber. Terminator. I'll be back. Haiti's rich Romania returns after this. Brief message. We know what to be..
"mcnulty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Classroom Friday or Monday. So my weekends were four days long, which makes it a lot more fun. 'cause then for they do whatever you want in practice. And and you know, Tempe is a great town. I mean, there's so many students in Arizona state. It's almost like a city very mind. I come from the Rica Spain, which is Thomas twelve hundred people. On the best ain't summer. Right. So going to that has seventy five thousand students it's a little bit of a change. It was definitely a lot of fun lot. A lot of practice. A lot of a lotta time to enjoy my teammates six to then Tempe. I highly recommend that if anybody's thinking of hers in the state, and that's why your parents told you you gotta go there and get a degree and get an education because it's the best time. So last night, John you're gonna defend this week at the country club the Desert Classic starting tomorrow. You had a great run at the masters last year. What was it like the first time you stepped foot on Augusta? Remember what that first round was like. Oh, my first round. Well, my my I got the national was a straight duck into the trees the best. But I did get my part on the first hole is definitely definitely very special feeling driving down McNulty, Elaine. That's a golfer for the first time, I got the nationalist somewhere where everybody wants to play. It's it's it's unique. It's it's definitely one of a kind, and it's something that you don't experience once. But even now every time we go back to August. And you drive the get it just feels the same way. You know, you get this group pounds. You get this butterflies in the stomach all you want to go and play golf. Definitely a fun track. I know it's hard to to get him. But if anybody has ever changed. Oh, I was just drop in anything. You have gone on to go play the Desert Classic gets underway. Tomorrow Adler keen to country club. He is number seven the world golf rankings six professional Wednesday Ryder Cup winner, John that was such an awesome conversation. I'm so glad you made time for that. Thank you, very very much. I appreciate it. That was so much fun. Thank you. Jim. Thank you. John. Have a great day. Really? Appreciate make time for it. Jon Rahm, right? Telephone toll free one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six number seven in the world golf rankings. And we've been trying to set that up for a long time. We're an amazing conversation for somebody different reasons. Mccarthy is pretty challenging academically. If you know the language also, I didn't get into it. But when he showed up at Arizona state, he sits down legend has it. He sits down with a pencil and a notebook when everybody else had, laptops. And he was still learning the language and again did not just squeak by he had a three point six GPA, tonight's track Makita Desert Classic getting it away. Tomorrow. Is that mentioned we're talking a lot of golf. The Pat Perez podcast is up right now. I will reset that Jon Rahm for the first time in the jungle and next week. We will be broadcasting live from Torrey Pines. So we're hitting golf hard to start the year. And then the week after a hedge with Lanta for a week of Super Bowl coverage. Hitman Canadian tweets big deal. He learned English. He can't recite. The alphabet is good. As me sign tiger. Go into it. Anyway. It was amazing. The story. He told about beating Tiger Woods in Ryder Cup play. Wasn't it? Did he get so emotional? He started crying any apologized. He apologized. That's how much respect he has for Tiger Woods. Grew up watching him idolizing him. And then all of a sudden matched up with him and Ryder Cup play in a critical match beats him and afterwards is so overwhelmed by the emotion of the thing by the win by what he did for his team. And that he beat one of his idols great story. All right. Your thoughts. If you can do better than what that guy just did hit man Canadian. I'll take your thoughts. If not keep them to yourself. Second hour is open. And by that. I mean, no interviews open phone lines. Our busier back to back with T, J, dillashaw and joy and love. And I've got a lot of good content for you. Stay tuned. Second hour straight ahead. I am Jim Rome. You're in the jungle phone lines are open dot go.
Hurricane Florence strengthens fast on path for East Coast
"From category one to category three overnight expected to become at least four before making landfall possibly a five and in the Washington Post this morning this story by Brian McNulty and Jason Sam now. Hurricane. Florence is tracking towards the east coast within inevitability rarely seen in storm several days away from landfall. Forecasters were careful to cite high uncertainty in recent days, there tone changed after watching the storms eventual path barely shift from what they considered to be a worst case scenario Monday morning as the storm gathered strength, the National Hurricane Center was forecasting Florence to become a category. Four storm before making landfall along the south east or mid Atlantic. Coast on Thursday, computer models forecast of Jimmy converged on the storm coming ashore in south east, North Carolina. That would be my Wilmington audience is I just talked about could be dead hit on Wilmington and. While they're still possible shifts in the track. They are beginning to look at Wilmington Wilmington Wilmington and a little bit to the south in the South Carolina a little bit north into Virginia. And at five AM her. Florence was crawling