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"michael hartmann" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

06:09 min | Last month

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Bet The Board

"Chiefs, it's all about Patrick Mahomes and rather than rattle off a laundry list of his tremendous accomplishments for a man who's poised to make over five hundred million dollars in the next ten years I'm GonNa let you complimented maybe even right as induction speech in Canton as we preview Kansas City. The part that you mentioned there was Andy Reid and we all knew. How great of a coach he was I'm just happy that he now is a super bowl to solidify that to the media and the one thing that we introduced a few months ago in a theme that was called smart continuity that's vital in an off season with uncertainty I. It's so important you know in an off season like this, where we're trying to navigate it having an elite coach on elite Quarterback, the entire coaching staff returning that's a huge advantage weapons basically all return the chiefs did have eleven offense of starters back where recently we know Damian Williams opted out Tardif, the guard both opted out not ideal. You had a depth guy in rookie Lucas Neang opt out as well. But. The one guy that we don't ever see on the field whose vital the chiefs and we've been raving about is their GM Brett vh goes out adds depth. Mike. remers he's above average player. He was above average player at tackle hearing through the grapevine of these practices have been looking like the last few days the probably gonNA kick him inside to guard. Then goes out ads assembly guard as well. He just turned thirty one. So he's leaking out of his prime. Back to back down seasons because of injury, but assembly was an elite guard from two thousand, fourteen to two, thousand, seventeen if the chiefs can get him to produce anywhere near at that level now that he's healthy that could be massive but the scariest part you know when I went to evaluate the chiefs, todd is their potential because it's scary to say this but they may go out and exceed what they did last season. You see all fence that adds around one weapon in Clyde Edward. Extremely versatile vh looks brilliant again, right? 'cause Damian Williams ops out. At lsu Joe Brady had Clyde Edwards Hilar- run twenty percent of his routes as a receiver. So he's not just a running back. He's not a guy that just catches screens and dump offs which we Andy Reid loves to dial up but he's versatile enough to line up at receiver. Michael Hartmann hasn't even scratched the surface and I think he takes a year to leave specially if there's more opportunities there. But the biggest thing. When evaluating offense a little bit and you go back to last season. Let's not forget weeks five through eleven mahomes either missed games or was far from one hundred percent playing through the dislocated kneecap in the high ankle sprain or a combination of both simultaneously from the colts game through the Monday night or against the chargers in Mexico the chiefs played without Mahomes or version of mahomes that wasn't his superman like self. Forty, four percent of the chiefs regular season sample size they're starting quarterback Mr wasn't hundred percent. You also had tyreek Hill miss four games but over that seven-game stretch from week five through eleven, the chiefs offense eleventh in both rushing success rate and passing successor while above average but wasn't a leak and then when you look at the full season metrics in totality, the chiefs offense was third and efficiency. So it's scary but it tells me there's room for improvement you'll look at the schedule of defenses. We're projecting the chiefs to face this season it lightens up in some areas and overall. It's a below average schedule of defenses. When we deep dive these teams in the off season and we're trying to find like everything we can anywhere we can teams like the chiefs are pain in the deck, right? You end up doing more work with fewer results because you dig you dig and you don't find much. So you think you're missing something and then you dig even more. And then in the end I kind of joked about you simply can say, hey, they're just really good and they're going to be good again past the talent in the continuity in the scheme and the play calling. All of that stuff is is beyond what anyone else is doing in the chiefs are just smarter. They throw more on first down than anybody. But you say to yourself like Oh that makes sense you have mahomes but they're smart enough to know area where you need a solid ground game in two thousand twenty. Short yardage situations and in the red zone. So Kansas City. Transforms into a run heavy team in the red zone as the space shrinks and pass defenses have less space to defend in smaller areas. So it's not just like Oh. We're GONNA pass mortgage we got mahomes everything they do is just simply smarter. So do they have the talent? Yes but they put that talent and great position to succeed. So, you're pretty much telling me Kansas. City chiefs, they are going to be a forgotten team as we go through the season because there's not going to be ample opportunity to bet against them and I lost enough money betting against Tom Brady for all those years in. New England I'm not sure. I. Wanted to establish that same precedent with Patrick mahomes winning division after division after division as the headman in Kansas City. So when we look at his chief Cheap, let's cheat a little bit I. We actually don't make the chiefs, the highest power rated team. So look at that look at that I. didn't hear you guys were going to divulge some of that information. Wait we'll wait for the north. I wasn't sure if that information was going to be made public. So when you look at this team defensively from a red zone scoring defense, they actually ranked third in the league last year we know how lousy they were against the run but I think the modern Dan fell it goes to show you can bring pressure against the opposing. Forces your opponent extremely patient and it's not easily done against Kansas. City Honey Badger, of course, made all the difference in the secondary Frank Clark helped add some grit and swagger. you go out there and give Chris Jones for years sixty million, the potential to earn up to eighty five million the only big loss at least for me pain that I see is on the. Back end and Kendall Fuller maybe I'm missing something..

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Had A great postseason. Hardman couldn't do anything last year, said the little bit when tire was out. I know we want. We want a number. Two receiver in that chiefs offense totally, but who do you like better, Hardman, or Kirk and to Jamie Heath? You know getting these guys in the Tenth Round Cohen and Christian Kirk. Is that good sleeper repeal Ben? You can start. Who Do you like better? Kirk Hi. Jamie Heath you like these guys in the tenth round. Love Kirk and then thrown Hardman is. It's weird. You know. Take a a receiver as a lottery tickets. It's weird to say, but he could be one of those guys like if Mrs. Time or certainly Komo's time I think in his second year he'll be a lot better. I think will be one of the primary weapons for Mahomes but I think it's unfortunate. Take an injury for that that it I kind of feel like also. This is one of those. Those situations I don't think Michael Hartmann is gone in the tenth round in most of our address, like Kirk got sounds about right I'm I like cartman this year as a boom or bust guy at the end of the draft, but I'm not spending a tenth round. Pick on him so if that's the cost, I would guess if we look at some other places where people playing for money. That wouldn't be as ADP. I am worried about Kirk. Just because I know Hopkins should help him to be more efficient because it's GonNa. Take Coverage Way I. Just don't know that he can get to one hundred and twenty targets and other things. He was really bad last year. Kirk. We talked. A little bit about a couple weeks ago, but one of the big things for. If you look at death was just he didn't catch men Downfield Farkas last year, a student as a rookie year, and if you average the two seasons, he's basically right around league average, but he was way above averages at rookie US way below is second year player Those kinds of events can't watch weight year to year that particular downfield targets. It's usually not a huge sample outsized impact on receive efficiency, and I think that's kind of what he's alluding to I. Still Think irks good player. He was a very good prospect profile. Coming in was better in his rookie. Season wasn't very good last year. Do think his targets are probably caps, but also airs on this GonNa throw a lot more and run a lot more plays. We talked about that thought about pace and play volume. They were the fourth fastest team in terms of situation, neutral pace, and they were in the bottom half place run, which is. Something that should be indicative of them. Running more plays. Throwing more passes this coming season so I think Hopkins actually helps in a way that it will. create more one on one synthesis situations, and hopefully he can have a little bit of fishing. Suspect similar to will fuller alongside Hopkins in Houston I. Think is not that much worse mcbrayer frankly floors very too but I think I can have that type of production as far as Hardman's concern, I, almost. Exactly? What Jamie said. The injury is something that I'm actually like considering Arvin. Is this weird like handcuff receiver? Because he was so vicious last year, and he was so explosive, and you know is going to be on a top. What one offense top three I mean! They're going to be so good. You want to be tied to the best deep ball. Throw in the League. He's a speedster, so there's a couple of things that could happen one. He could just beat out to Marcus Robinson or play over Sammy Watkins or to. To somebody gets hurt. He gets on the field. You're drafting at a point where he's benching cheaper in your almost just kind of waiting and hoping that he gets stats because he did early in the year, but it was the first few games of his career when tired kill went down, and then he didn't really the whole rest of the year, but when he did get on the field, he had explosive play after explosive play long cussin' after long touchdown was very very good. Really really I- per targeted, not something Egan staying. Huge number of targets, but somebody that when you step back in the big picture like this guy is in speedster tied to Patrick Mahomes, highest scoring offense was very explosive, been successful in a limited opportunity last year. There's a lot of upside there if he's an every down player some. He's he's somebody that for anyone. That's doing. Start a dynasty leaks. He's got to be a priority. Got To be very not top five round. But maybe top eight round. and which. Argue I research season extra. Would you take Michael Gallup or Miko harmon and a dynasty startup. Harder Yell I would say Gallup still, but not by a ton. For this year. Why hardman over water, well first of all over Walk Ins, and then the answer is yes, see question to why Hartman over Watkins. I've gone back and forth I. Think Jimmy pointed out one of our marks 'cause I was taken Hardman in the ninth or tenth round early in the offseason, hoping that one of Democracy Robinson or Watkins wasn't back. Zero were both reagents. They're both back and then after that I started taking Watkins around that point Jamie. Hartman there but I think I've back to Harbin is Kennedy more upset. I think he could certainly take walking sue, but why can't say. From the best obviously I mean I know the tight end, but. Well if you take two of them and may hopefully get some clarity early in the season and you, you know maybe one of them emerges, and you roll with one, and then you drop the. Here's your friendship wider transient strategy. Poster boys turn. All Right, so we've gotten through I twelve sleepers from you guys..

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Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 8 months ago

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

"Last night the guys who are assembled to discuss the various topics that they were asked about regarding the Superbowl they they included forty Niners cornerback Richard Sherman who is going to have probably one of the biggest test of his career biggest test of the season trying to cover the chiefs receivers trying to anticipate what Pat Mahoney can do with a football and a part of the discussion included Sherman being told them homes won't shy away from your side of the field are you ready I would be quite was our main thing I got some of the most dynamic playmakers in as we got a ton of us speak of the tunnel on telling you can get the ball where everyone see when he wants it on the more out of pocket you know we got it we gotta find a way to to get that soul you know they have a great offense in and obviously a ton of playmakers that's what it does what here to forty minutes or so the challenge is very simple for the forty Niners defense they need to get pressure on Patrick homes to force him to get rid of the football before those guys get open because those guys eventually will crack that Seattle defense that cover three zone one of those guys will get open Tyree killed to Marcus Robinson Michael Hartmann Travis Kelsey Sami watched in somebody's getting open if you give Patrick homes enough time and if he can buy enough time that's the thing he can buy time we played yesterday on NBCSN that Fran Tarkenton play from Patrick homes week three of twenty eighteen season the nine second play that started the four yard line where he goes to laugh to completely reverse course runs across the field full speed throws it on the fly and gets touchdown made scored twenty one to seven big difference though Nick Bosa was at Ohio state at the time the Ford was playing for the chiefs at the time this time around patron homes has to try to deal with them and we talk all the time about inside information that someone may have the fords got a full season actually to of seeing Patrick homes in practice and I remember one Padma homes as a rookie Travis Kelsey was on the program and he was raving about the things that my homes was doing in practice I mean do you four has studied this guy if anybody has any ideas on what to do to stop Pat homes within the forty Niners organizations gonna be D. for now his input maybe I don't know what the hell we do I've seen this guy have you not seen him he's unstoppable that's gonna be the big challenge the forty Niners defense and Sims are talking yesterday about maybe the wisdom of dropping everybody deep and forcing the chiefs to go slowly and methodically and frustrate any effort to get that big fifty yard bomb the becomes a backbreaker force them to be patient patois homes going into the season I was aware that that was one of the changes he was gonna have to be ready for defenses making him be more patient and methodical with the ball taking away that big chunk play that big spectacular touchdown that fuels a game that turned the game around even though it only counts for seven points on the scoreboard it's kind of thing that psychologically can destroy an opponent just like that twenty seven yard touchdown run through the sideline and cut back in an inside the five and guys were flailing in a play like that can end the game as a practical matter there was discussion last night from some forty Niners defensive players about what to do if in one patch my homes it runs the football force Buckner Fred Warner drink green law they all address the situation Drake Greenlaw said that in discussing the twenty seven yard touchdown run exactly what that what I said last week the the the point that still has chiefs fans on reasonably air rationally and grossly incorrectly up in arms the twenty seven yard touchdown run Greenlaw said fear of a penalty for a late hit may have contributed to the flailing and the failure of the Titans to try to tackle patch my homes Greenlaw said he's gonna hit my homes if he's in the green without worrying about judgment calls and that you know and I said yes them done talking about building a and talk about a little bit more that was the point you can't fear the gray area with the Super Bowl on the line you have to embrace the gray area once you commit to making that tackle if the guy decides he's going to start to slide and maybe you hit him at the beginning of the slide because it's too late for you to do you commit you can't not approach the got to make the tackle for fear that he's going to end up taking you to the gray area see the quarterback has figured out how to exploit the gray area how to get guys to lower their guard how to get guys to pull up how to get guys to think the plays over and then off they go they keep going Greenlaw is gonna go and try to bring him down

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 8 months ago

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

"Last night the guys who are assembled to discuss the various topics that they were asked about regarding the Superbowl they they included forty Niners cornerback Richard Sherman who is going to have probably one of the biggest test of his career biggest test of the season trying to cover the chiefs receivers trying to anticipate what Pat Mahoney can do with a football and a part of the discussion included Sherman being told them homes won't shy away from your side of the field are you ready I would be quite was our main thing I got some of the most dynamic playmakers in as we got a ton of us speak of the tunnel on telling you can get the ball where everyone see when he wants it on the more out of pocket you know we got it we gotta find a way to to get that soul you know they have a great offense in and obviously a ton of playmakers that's what it does what here to forty minutes or so the challenge is very simple for the forty Niners defense they need to get pressure on Patrick homes to force him to get rid of the football before those guys get open because those guys eventually will crack that Seattle defense that cover three zone one of those guys will get open Tyree killed to Marcus Robinson Michael Hartmann Travis Kelsey Sami watched in somebody's getting open if you give Patrick homes enough time and if he can buy enough time that's the thing he can buy time we played yesterday on NBCSN that Fran Tarkenton play from Patrick homes week three of twenty eighteen season the nine second play that started the four yard line where he goes to laugh to completely reverse course runs across the field full speed throws it on the fly and gets touchdown made scored twenty one to seven big difference though Nick Bosa was at Ohio state at the time the Ford was playing for the chiefs at the time this time around patron homes has to try to deal with them and we talk all the time about inside information that someone may have the fords got a full season actually to of seeing Patrick homes in practice and I remember one Padma homes as a rookie Travis Kelsey was on the program and he was raving about the things that my homes was doing in practice I mean do you four has studied this guy if anybody has any ideas on what to do to stop Pat homes within the forty Niners organizations gonna be D. for now his input maybe I don't know what the hell we do I've seen this guy have you not seen him he's unstoppable that's gonna be the big challenge the forty Niners defense and Sims are talking yesterday about maybe the wisdom of dropping everybody deep and forcing the chiefs to go slowly and methodically and frustrate any effort to get that big fifty yard bomb the becomes a backbreaker force them to be patient patois homes going into the season I was aware that that was one of the changes he was gonna have to be ready for defenses making him be more patient and methodical with the ball taking away that big chunk play that big spectacular touchdown that fuels a game that turned the game around even though it only counts for seven points on the scoreboard it's kind of thing that psychologically can destroy an opponent just like that twenty seven yard touchdown run through the sideline and cut back in an inside the five and guys were flailing in a play like that can end the game as a practical matter there was discussion last night from some forty Niners defensive players about what to do if in one patch my homes it runs the football force Buckner Fred Warner drink green law they all address the situation Drake Greenlaw said that in discussing the twenty seven yard touchdown run exactly what that what I said last week the the the point that still has chiefs fans on reasonably air rationally and grossly incorrectly up in arms the twenty seven yard touchdown run Greenlaw said fear of a penalty for a late hit may have contributed to the flailing and the failure of the Titans to try to tackle patch my homes Greenlaw said he's gonna hit my homes if he's in the green without worrying about judgment calls and that you know and I said yes them done talking about building a and talk about a little bit more that was the point you can't fear the gray area with the Super Bowl on the line you have to embrace the gray area once you commit to making that tackle if the guy decides he's going to start to slide and maybe you hit him at the beginning of the slide because it's too late for you to do you commit you can't not approach the got to make the tackle for fear that he's going to end up taking you to the gray area see the quarterback has figured out how to exploit the gray area how to get guys to lower their guard how to get guys to pull up how to get guys to think the plays over and then off they go they keep going Greenlaw is gonna go and try to bring him down

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Hi Joe Chiefs and the raiders no tyree kill for the chiefs talked to me while I think the guy you're expecting expecting to pick up the slack in addition to Sammy Watkins Ross who should be firmly on your wide receiver one radar this week and should be firmly on on the radar of your DFS lineups because of the Gary and Conley injury as well. It's Meco Hartman and Nicole Hardman. If you remember US early in the offseason when it looked like tyree sorry kill might never be back with the chiefs. Hartman was actually being drafted in the Fifth Sixth Round Basketball Leagues because he was viewed as the speed guy who the chiefs ace were essentially picking handpicking as tyree kills replacement and he has that speed the the thing that was a little disappointing about week one is he did play the snaps nats after Tyreek Hill went out played seventy eight percent of the snaps but he saw just one target and he didn't do anything with it so I think he's an interesting by opportunity now is as Michael Hartmann and certainly somebody who I think you could take a blind shot on in DAFS and look. I know the well the guys done nothing in his career and you can say that but Marquees Brown not only had he done nothing in his career prior to week one he played in the preseason so somebody with hardman speed lead can come out and succeed in this kind of role I actually expect him to be rather popular. DFS In week number two and for good reason so Michael Hartmann Ross awesome addition to Sammy Watkins who's going to be chock beyond chalk. I think Nicole Hardman you're gonNA see his name in a Lotta Defense lineups because putting him in there is going to enable you to spend up at other positions. What about on the other side with the raiders? I gotTa tell you Joe Derek Carr. Look good. I I waller looked advertised. Tara Williams look good the O. Line look good crazy Ross the raiders in week number one and I'm knocking on wood on no pun intended. I know that's what Jon Gruden does but I'm going to do it anyway. Because the raiders were one of my favorite kind of fantasy teams in week one Ross they were well defined. There wasn't some of this saints BS throwing taste some hill out there there wasn't you know the eagles rotate and five running backs in or the patriots rotate and five running backs in Tyrel Williams ninety five percent of the snaps seven targets had one hundred yards receiving living in a touchdown Darren waller tight end one hundred percent of the snapped. He played every single snap he saw eight targets. He is a guy as I mentioned on yesterday's podcast. You have got to pick him up if he's out there at the tight end position I don't care if you have a good one. You want to load up at this spot because it's a great trade target and somebody that you can put your flex waller and Tj Hopkinson of the Lions. Those are the two guys on targeting their Josh Jacobs seventy four percent of the snaps he had twenty four opportunities. If you haven't heard he roth made some sort of many history he is the first running back since Ladainian Ladainian Tomlinson in two thousand one to score two rushing touchdowns and have over one hundred yards from scrimmage in his NFL debut he is as advertise and the good news is all three of these guys are pass catchers. All three of these guys are going to be utilized when the raiders are projected to be playing from behind their projected to be playing from behind at seven and a half point underdogs at home to the Kansas City chiefs this week all three of those guys Jacobs Williams and waller our or DFS candidates this week in a game with over underlined at fifty two. That's the second highest projected total of the week. This is one of my favorite. DFM stacks while while the chiefs I think they're going to be popular as well. Don't discount the raiders because all of these guys could potentially get some serious volume in the black hole here in this game yeah yeah. I'm pretty fired up about how the raiders looked. I know it's only when we won but I mean yeah. It was just I didn't know you know. I think think I'm rooting for them because everything is getting Tony Brown. Did you know what I mean like. I find them sympathetic figures and like I said I said this at a bar I was at like you know I still watch football casually Ross of Monday nights Sunday. I'm working Monday nights or a great time to unwind and Actually Watch football and I really love the first Monday night with the double header a year and I was sitting at the bar last night with my buddies and I'm like man. I know this would never happen but stranger things have happened the raiders beating the Patriots in the playoffs. Would it'll be like an all time great story. It just looks impossible right now but hey last night you never know. Derek Carr looked like he was in full command of that offense he really did the saints and the rams usually a fantasy Palooza and what are we got. Let's start with the saints. You mentioned tastes Tesa Hill. That really annoys me. Although the guy did catch a touchdown pass that I can understand when they put him at quarterback. I it's like bizarre to me. Alvin Kamara is a stud. I thought Cook would get a little more run a little more touches and Margaret. Thomas was Michael Thomas Yeah well. The The saints aside from the Tatum Hill B. S. Are generally a pretty well defined fantasy team as well. It's just the Hilby. s really bothers me. Ah like like you said Ross when they take the ball out of drew brees his hands. It doesn't make sense to make it. I really hate that stuff. He and he's as I mentioned on yesterday's podcast is while a fantasy disruptor but what Scott Pianowski calls him he somebody you cannot play and whenever he's out there. He's taking the ball out of the hands ends of one of your good players. He's taking the ball out of the hands of breeze. He's taking the ball out of the hands of Kamara. He's taking the ball out of the hands of Michael Thomas or Jared Cook and that's is one of the things that really annoys us here so further saints Ross. I think the first thing that needs to be mentioned here now it's. La this total total in this game is the projected over under fifty four. It's the highest projected line of the entire week so everybody expects points to be scored in this game but it's it's also I think inflated because of the reputations of these two teams we have in this game a serious quarterback dichotomy drew brees last season on the road averaged about two hundred and twenty pass yards per game he averaged about three hundred twenty pass yards per game at home jared Jared Goff last year three hundred and forty two yards per game at home to forty three per game on the road so we have two quarterbacks here. You're who last year averaged one hundred yards passing more per game at home than on the road. What did you breeze do last week? He threw for over three hundred yards art at home. What a jared goff do he looked miserable on the road at Carolina I would anticipate a little bit of a switch here? I think this is a great spot lot for jared Goff and I would downgrade drew brees on my personal depth chart because on the road he has not been nearly as good as at home in the recent asked on the other side the rams girly feel like there's GonNa be a week. The conversation was not a lot of love for Darryl Henderson it was there's a Lotta Malcolm Brown. What do you make of it? I have no idea what to do with Arrow Henderson right now Ross because I need what I thought was a logical call is off season I saw that the rams spent a premium draft pick to draft him and they traded up for him as you well know Ross any position getting drafted in the third round in the NFL that player is expected expected to become a contributor if not a star on the team. If you draft a running back in the third round you expect that guy to begin impact player. It's the way the position is is treated on top of that. They traded up for him. They played them one snap and I think that was the bizarre thing because I had drafted him a bunch and best we sixteen more weeks to go but drafted him a bunch and best ball thinking man. If they really WANNA limit girly they got this talented kid but Malcolm Brown the guy who gets the two goal line touches and and I don't really know how from my perspective to tell people how to treat girly because I actually thought he looked pretty good and he played seventy percent of their snaps snaps so it's not like he wasn't out there and he looked explosive at times but Malcolm Brown getting the two goal-line touches. I'm a little concerned that this might become a thing. I don't know if they view go line. Touches Ross's potentially more problematic for girly it gives them more opportunity to banged knees with somebody or run into a body. I don't know about that. I don't know why they would consider that tougher than a run down the field or running a route but this is a real problem because Ross not only when todd awed girly when he was out there performing big time numbers not only was he a receiving machine but he was a touchdown machine and if we can't count on him for the touchdowns then and those of us who faded him this off season. We were right on about that. I'm with you there. There's no question about it. It's kind of unbelievable. What about Robert Woods receivers this is this is another one of those teams that I like? Well defined Robert Woods Ninety five percent of the snaps thirteen targets to carries carries brandin cooks ninety percent of the snap six targets Cooper Cup ninety percent of the snaps ten targets start them all every single week cooks is the one probably probably Ross. WHO's a little bit inconsistent? I think he fell victim to Jared Goff struggling on the road and Carolina. I wouldn't be shocked if cooks has a big game here that being said he could draw the shadow coverage of Marshon Lattimore Cup and woods are the safer options cook is the boomer bus guy but all three of these skies in redraft lineup. I think is the guy I'm targeting this week for. DFS The show is called fantasy feast eaten podcast asked because we like to eat joe likes to eat. I like tea and when I do a lot of times it's butcher box. One hundred percent grass fed head and grass finished beef free range organic chicken heritage breed pork wild Alaskan salmon directly to your door and mind look..

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Is finds a way to get open and he is underrated and yet some issues off the field but man me tell you. Kansas city has a steel. in the heart of man and he will be a house hold name market down. but. I'm gonna go late in October bye bye hello we are hello I'm a cold hearted man we'll be a house hold me I love her I love him I hear what you're saying but there's no way anybody's going to be a household name in that football team not named Patrick homes big is gonna be pad to my home and them he's call them you are because tackling the whole thing yeah he's he's going to be making ladies latency football free I and everyone else you will know you don't know the name Michael Hartmann right now you will know what come late October he'll be a name like that household name that that's giving a lot of love for god that still has not played a full in the fall season but we shall see Todd and I were your next on the friends in the S. P. N. radio what you got. the gentleman Hey just want to say we could be more jacked up here in Iowa for ESPN game day coming out on Saturday for one of the best college rivalry games in the country the Firefox very go hot guys going to be a great day I can't wait to see that atmosphere no both of those teams that really don't like each other you got to coaches and Kirk Ferentz and also a bit Campbell who to a most respected guys a lot in a full TiVo the I was there because they thought about bringing him to the football team to take over and he's right about the site hawk trophy that is the thing in that state they want that trophy desperately with the Hawkeyes fan was cycles fan that's gonna be a lot of fun having college gameday there for that atmosphere that I think is going to be terrific sports I hate in full of fact. in Ames Iowa it's not college gameday is college aims today well done I.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Talent. Though i i mean it's significant how much better this rosters mayock draft class looks pretty good the free agent class with lamarcus joyner. I know we don't love montas perfect. I think it'll help their at they're better lives. Josh jacobs is able to sit out. All of hard knocks here. We go kansas city chiefs mark settler. I'm gonna read the blurb i offered n._f._l. Dot com about who's who's going to win this division. The chiefs return their entire offensive core with added weapons and michael hartmann and darwin thomson orca football erica brecca europe sir. I absolutely i absolutely defend you before. The show and that's what i get your you've silence. Silence greg's mike and done that to me twice. You're making no friends in this room and i also imagine. Dan is probably take you look at my laptop and you apologize i. I don't wanna see what's on your laptop h._r. Ends are those are the rules mark later. Well sorry to chief's fan. That's it we're not talking about. The chiefs. Are the rules that only one team. I thought i wanna talk about week seventeen when they win the division die quickly. Do you do want to finish your blurp not really no. I'm not going to try that again because you're right likes. It wasn't the rule no good n._f._l. Dot com and read. It's on the pick section their defense fences gotta be traffic. There's a lot to like. I think they're the favorites. They're the they're the favorites come on the denver. Broncos chris wesseling sorry chiefs fans. There's there's an article this week by john crime of e._s._p._n. Dot com a redskins.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"<hes> that's i think that potentially like matty said if if he steps in for various word there it also gives you some kindle fuller insurance if kim waller looks terrible here at the beginning of the if he looks like he doesn't camp right now then it's just as possible that ba shod berlin can kick inside to the nickel and they could run our various ward ammo clayborn on the outside. That's just as feasible so it does give them a little bit of insurance and a little bit just an extra move that they can make they're not just locked in to as soon as he comes back charis done sort of deal they can move guys around and still find the best three players to put on the field and i don't wanna district disrespect my guide to monterey weight but no <hes> there's a little bit more. There's a little bit more pressure on on the three guys that after all but guaranteed playing time right now because by week four if one of these guys isn't playing isn't playing up to standards three two of these guys but shot brilliant i and kendall flora and contract years and now you've got a guy who's now on a contract to pushing you starting week five. I don't think there's anything that can be bad from this move competition depth. I think it's a it's a it's a trend in the right direction. I think it's a good idea. I i don't think they're done. I anticipate. You're going to get another one of those <hes> brett v._h. Trying to jump the waiver wire moves like he did with various word last year like he did with george lucas last year. I still think they're going to go. Try to add another guy there in maybe take a swing there. I don't think it's going to make a big difference difference but i think they're gonna do it <hes> and then you know we'll see what happens it. We what was the situation looked like it week eight <hes> maybe they maybe they feel compelled pelle to try to to make a big splash for the super bowl run on the back end of the season. Let's go ahead and get off of <hes> clayborn and let's move to you are game preview for the cincinnati bengals game. We're going to talk about three things to watch for on offense three things to watch for on defense guys. I think we have to start here. Michael hartmann has shown some promise this <hes> this this this preseason so far. He's done some really good things. He's made some big plays down the field i think i don't think it's a coincidence that all of his plays have been made down the field. You're not seeing them run a ton beyond just some of the vertical stuff but i think there's a path to success for him like we've talked about. I'm really excited to see miekel season <hes> hardman matty. What do you wanna see from michael hartmann this week as of right now. I really just want to see him like i can get nitpicky and sad wanna see progression is a route runner and i wanna just kinda start to understand the position but i didn't see him since his college film like i gotta see anything he's done yet. It seems in it sounds like is productive..

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Anything else you guys want to talk about from this episode. No. There wasn't a whole lot to cover. I mean, honestly they the naughty stuff was great. But there wasn't a whole lot of detail on that seeing the Cornerbacks was good. But they really didn't go too in depth with all this, the Frank Clark stuff's all stuff that we'd kind of seen before. So yeah I'm looking forward to next week or in two weeks. And, yeah, like Matt said, I'm curious to see how they handle McColl Hartman how they handle the rest of the draft picks. Are we just gonna hit these guys move on really quick, or we're going to try and get to know him a little bit better? Yeah. And that's what I'm looking forward to as well, because it kind of did catch me off, gorgeous. How little about the Nicole hardman like thought process. We got from the series. I know we've heard more at press conferences in from coaches and stuff since, but just for this whole series, just seemed like it was really quick in and out about the process of drafting him the talking to him and everything like that. Whereas either they showed you actually breaking down on listing strengths. Maybe some weaknesses other players, I didn't know if this is what we're going to get from all these guys if there's more Michael Hartmann coming up next week or just kind of what the expectation is. Because right now it looks like you just get a quick hitter on all the draft picks. And that's fine. If that's going with I was kinda hoping to see a little bit more. I think from it as it went on. Yeah, it was interesting. They did show more about, you know players. They didn't play didn't take the player they did. So that was interesting. That's going to do it for this week's episode of the AP laboratory we will be back on Wednesday for. Other episodes next week. Thank you guys so much for listening. And hopefully we can also buy these next six weeks without any chiefs content from the team, we will catch you later. RIP, Gary Johnson and James Williams..

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Yes, Chucky cheeses as it is more properly known possessive. Now. L. Let's get that out of the way right out front. Yeah. Somehow this comes up a lot at our office. It's one of those mysteries of conversation. I'd say at least once a week. Yeah, I don't know how, and we haven't done any restaurant episodes, yet, here on food stuff, which is a theme that we, you know, have been planning on covering Chucky. Cheeses, a restaurant. Yeah. It serves food. It does for sure. Have you ever been to Chucky cheese and one? Yeah, I mean, clearly clearly a obvious not well, not in, like twenty five years. At least, I remember going in the late eighties. Early nineties, I went for my ninth birthday. No. And I there was this purple unicorn prize. I really wanted, and I'm sure if I'd just bought it from grocery store. It was probably maybe maybe a dollar probably less, but I spent at least twenty dollars on. On tokens to get tickets to the fries. Okay. If you out there in podcast land have never been to Chucky cheese or never heard of one and are very confused about what's going on. Let's talk about what it is. Yes, let's do that. Uh-huh. Oh man. The easier question is, what isn't it 'cause it's a restaurant, it's an arcade. It's midway their theatrics involved. Chucky cheeses is chain of dining and entertainment, centres aimed at families with young children, ages, two to twelve or thereabouts Chucky cheeses, where a kid can be a kid. That's the saying, uh-huh. That's been there saying for like forty years. It's their fortieth anniversary this year. I did not know that we're old. It's great. Chucky cheeses, generally feature video game cabinets, arcade games that let you collect tickets to exchange for prizes. Yes. And pizza alcoholic beverages for the adults and some kind of live, entertainment, or as the case may be mechanical entertainment, more on that in a moment, and they do focus on birthday parties and other like multifamily gathering kind of situations. Yeah. And the live entertainment part is, is really what catapulted this concept to legendary status because otherwise, you've just got an indoor midway, but the entertainment involves performers in, in walk around costumes, which is an entertainment industry term for those full body, plush costumes, you know, like the kind that Disney uses to let Mickey Mouse, actually, walk physically around their parks and give kids hugs, and, or their very first existential crisis. Yes. That kind of cost. Okay. Into regionally Chucky cheeses had a full band of life size robotic characters though would act out. Verbal skits and play music. Yes, that is what I remember. And this is the it terrified me when I was a child, I was on the border line of thinking that animatronic was okay. And that was one of the ones where I was like, well, since you're over the edge. I am not happy. You are not okay with that. I was not. I was not pleased. I don't think I I don't I don't think I completely like broke down. But that's good. I remember being like I was like, I'm gonna go play some Skibo do something else other than watch this literally anything else. Yes, yes. Although they started with just one location in San Jose in the late nineteen. Seventies, there are now six hundred six locations spread throughout the United States, and the middle in South America, plus the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Yes, you can visit a Chucky cheese. Sees in mecca. Wow. Go to pray state of play. Is that what they say? I'm not personally aware of but if any marketing teams want to get in touch with me. We'll have her contact information at the end of the show. Yeah, the, the employees about eighteen thousand people worldwide and made just a hair under a billion dollars in revenue in two thousand sixteen. Wow. According to chief marketing officer. Michael Hartmann ninety percent of families who live within fifteen miles of a Chucky cheeses and have a child between the ages of three and eight have visited at least once and half of those families have visited in the past year. Chucky cheese is doing a lot better than I thought it would be currently. I know. Right. It's still it is pervasive, cultural phenomenon. Yes. And let's talk about how it became to be. Yes. A progressive cultural phenomenon. Check cheese was the brainchild of Nolan Bushnell who also happens to be the co founder of Atari like Atari Atari. Yeah. Like video games. Yeah. He originally started Chucky cheese. He built his game called pong, arcade. Game called pong. You may also be familiar with. Yes. And he wanted a place where people could go play it, and he could make money off of it. Yeah. Like like a vertical integration thing because he was telling you know, we're selling the cabinets. So in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven while working at a Tari Bush. No got the idea that if he could give these games a home, he could make a lot more money because at the time you would sell a coin operated, arcade. Game for fifteen hundred to two thousand which is a nice chunk of change. Yeah. However, over the lifetime, it goes on to make v. Fifteen to twenty thousand dollars. Yeah. Which is way more. Yeah. So he wanted a slice of that. And speaking of wanting a slice of he came up with the concept for the restaurant with an arcade attached as a way to avoid competition from typical straight up arcades, and since pizza is relatively simple fast and pretty much universally revered. He decided to make it a pizza place. Yeah. Other innovations by the way that, that Nolan Bushnell made include one of Steve Jobs. First professional gigs. Yeah. In developing the game breakout in the seventies. And so I know it I'm very happy that this episode gaming the opportunity to explore the video game crash of nineteen Eighty-three aka the Atari shock. Oh, oh, it's great. There's definitely an episode about that over on tech stuff. I'm sure that you can use your Google's to, to find that one. But okay, let's, let's get back to those singing animatronic. How did that happen? Yeah. Of this kind of bizarre thing came about actually with the parents in mind. What yeah they are meant for the parents. So Bush, no knew that kids could be very, very persuasive. Conniving I you say. say you might say that when they're trying to convince their parents to do something that they wanted to do. So. Bush knew that an arcade means spending money and parents are kind of trying to avoid that. So he thought if the if he had free robot band, it was free with food purchase, then it would it would be more of a cell, it'd be an easier sell. It would be like entertainment dinner and a show. And then guess what? Mom and dad. There are all these games here. Oh, this arcade, and also beer, you like beer you do like beer have have a beer, will you? And I can't really recall, the dialogue of this show, but Bush no claims it worked on two levels for adults and children, and that it was edgy. Unfortunately, I was unable to find any footage of this. But I, I believe that, that probably is true. Share like Muppets kind of thing. Yeah. Yeah. He drew inspiration from a place called pizza and pipes where large crowds would gather to eat pizza, and watch someone play in Oregon. And he was like. They're just coming to see this Oregon show and getting pizza. I can do that. I can do better. Yeah. And then he saw the animatronic at the Tiki room at Disneyland, and that gave him the idea to just cut the cost of having to pay for a performer and get a robotic banned. Yeah, because that's clearly cheaper than paying a human person in his mind and probably in the long run. And at the time this project was known as codename Coyote pizza when it was on its way to being Greenland. Bush Nell attended the international association of amusement parks in attractions or a PA in Orlando. Yep. I'm sure that's. Yeah. Yup. But he stumbled across a group selling mascot outfits, and they just so happened to have the perfect Coyote, mascot. Because if you couldn't tell about the codename the original idea was for a Coyote, mascot. Okay. Yeah. Bush Nell purchase the outfit and send it back to his team. So they could get about started robotic firing it. And when Bush hill had returned and he asked about the progress report on this animatronic Coyote, the engineers were confused. And they told them they didn't receive a Coyote costume, but they had instead received a rat. Oh, but how did that mix up happen? Who knows? But it changed the course of this whole thing push was unfazed. He said, no problem. We'll call it regrets pizza. Instead. Well. As you can imagine due to the whole people kind of being grossed out by rats, especially near their food, even before pizza ret, the public relations firm associated with this was not really on board. With regrets pizza. So they proposed a name change a week or so later, they countered with Chuck E cheese and the east dance were entertainment, by the way. Yeah. And I think that they chose this name based on the fact that it forces your face to smile like three times in while you're saying it do it with befriends, Chuck E cheese. Oh, it's terrible. It's like it's like the joker venom. Yeah. I mean but, but great. They're like it's happiness and syllables go that's crazy. That there are people pay to think about that. And bought of that. Yeah. Nuts well with the name decided upon, and the animatronic built the first took Ichi opened in San Jose, California in may of nineteen seventy seven the original cast of imitrex included Chucky cheese, crusty, the cat. Who was replaced by Mr. months after only a year. Plus qualley the sing chef on drums, the dog Jasper t jowls and the war blitz who could forget the bar blitz, it was known after Mr. months, joined as munches make believe band o many characters would be tested throughout the years, including an Elvis impersonator multiple husband, having former cabaret star and hippo, Dolly dimples. I think I remember Dali don't remember Dolly. I, I don't remember really anybody, but Chucky cheese, I think like seven-year-old me was like, what kind of low rent miss piggy is this? Some shade on the hippo govern from a young Lauren. And this brings us to a quick bonus note about immature traffic programming. At the time the skits were programmed by Mike Hatcher, who wrote the authoring system and was also a skilled puppeteer and screenwriter each minute of movement took three hours of programming with two hundred movements happening simultaneously during each show. And he did this during the graveyard shift by watching a tape in programming each movement individually. Wow. And on top of that, the skit changed monthly, you know, keep things fresh keep people coming share. Gotta come back. Yes. New joke that works on two levels. Will we get this week and extra bonus fact the animatronic were pneumatic powerful stuff? Yes. And going back to that the show kind of being aimed towards adult thing. The first rendition of Chucky cheese was a bit less kid friendly, if you look through the old Chucky, cheese comic books, and yes, there are comic books he smokes Gars yet, if thick New Jersey accent, and he was kind of a jerk. He's like, really mean you should look at these pictures. It's he looks like just the worst alcoholic. Oh, is huge bags under his eyes is knows is drooping. Oh, no cigar all the smoke around him. Oh, chucky. What are you doing? Take care of yourself yet. He the kids are watching. Yeah. They, they changed that relatively quickly, but Chuck E cheese. A questionable moral practices were not the not the end of the drama for the very bizarre little business little eight little at all. Is it and we'll get into some more of that, right after a quick word from our sponsor. Today's episode is brought to you by pure by Tampax and always peers new line of tampons and.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Miko Hartman being drafted wide receiver? The question for me is more of Robinson it like, because right now calls as he should be. He's the backup. But because we, we still haven't had training camp. We haven't had time for preseason for him to establish himself as the actual starter. I know what they gave up to get him. But I I'm with you that the wildcard situation of between the markets Robinson, and Michael Hartmann, one of those guys has they have to have value. This has to this isn't me a coming in being, like man. I really hope Chris Conley, can become something as the wide receiver three on this team. This is literally you're talking, this is like last year. You're saying, right. Right. Where you're digging at the bottom of their deaths heart. If the guy who at the top of the depth chart, they have to have value second round pick. A lot of confidence from the team he has to earn his place. He's a complete wildcard to me and the variables of Sammy Watkins, health tyreek hills availability, DeMarcus Robinson. What is he contribute to the team? I know chiefs fans. They're okay with him. He's not a burner though. I don't know. He's he's the guy who catches. No lookers. Right. Assuming that tyreek hill is out, like let's say it comes out right now. Diary, kill right? Is done where? Would you guys be willing to draft me because I'm still on the I'm still on the side of rookie wide receivers. Don't usually pan out quickly. So I wouldn't say this Meshal situation certainly if tyreek is gone. Sammy will go much higher than he's going now. And Meco will go much higher than he's going, Amy would jump into the third round Sammy. My be. Yeah. He'd be easy. Third round. Where's it going work? Sure. He's a fifth round, I'm yelling wouldn't. He would absolutely jumped two rounds in a heartbeat there, I'm telling you guys, the amount of times, I've spoke kindly of Sammy Watkins, and had the blowback of a thousand Suns their leave the people do not want to put their trust. In Sammy Watkins, he will not get up to the third because the other people that are in the third, they now when I'm comparing do I want, you know, me, call on the seventh or Sammy in the third. Yeah, I'll take me cool. Yeah. I'll take Sammy in the fourth, which is where he'll end up. Okay, maybe third fourth round four thrown one hundred percent. All right. Are you disagreeing with that Jay? No. I think fourth round is where I just looking at the third round is full of Hilton feeling. Exactly greens, not going to be in that tier. No, he won't. But I. Al right? All right. Well, you are you going to give up on Sammy, if he doesn't play sixteen. Never. All right. Mike. You do get to go now to be fair for Jason. He never one single day in this office gave up on Brown. Yeah. Never never never might you never did. And now you need to. But didn't he give up on now? No, I can't convince anybody to give on keep. Even though it's the right thing to do. Okay. I'm jumping in. I'll start with my player who is ranked highly. I like him. He's number thirteen running back, but he's a wild card to me because there are there, there should be concerns. And I don't think that there that people are actually looking at the concerns are looking at what happened last year and his production that is Cleveland Browns, starting running back, Nick, Chubb. He is going at the back or about the middle of the second round. And here's the problem with Nick Chubb in two thousand eighteen no running by running back one caught fewer than twenty six passes the lowest on that list that was Kareem hunt. So cream haunts still managed to be a running back, one even though he, he missed a, a lot of the season, the top ten of last year..

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"A couple of guys that I wanted to touch on with you because I don't think we talked about it in the senior bowl recap. And I thought they had really good weeks. Keelan dos from UC Davis the wide receiver. He got four balls for fifty five yards. And then Terry MacLaurin the wide receiver for Hieaux state who a lot of people said was a big winner for the senior bowl practices. And then also, you know, twenty five yard gain was his long totals. Fifty three yards. Had a good game. What do you think about those guys man healing dos? He's far-right. I re I I need UC Davis tape. The looks impressive as his thing with with Keelan dos. I remember when I remember the first time I saw Corey Davis play against MAC competition against buffalo. Yeah. Right. And you're just like ho like this who brought the adult to the car. Game. Right. Like do just comparatively. The size was unbelievably different. This is not the same effect because he's in he's in the senior bowl with with NFL players. But you if dos was wearing a power five helmet. You have no idea. You know what I mean? Because he's such. He's like six three to ten. He's yoked. Right. He's got great Bill on his great Massey. Probably can't get much heavier which isn't need do. But like he's pretty maxed out as he. He absolutely. Just looks like that caliber receiver. Now, he gets Keenan Allen coms from the big guys, right, which are healthy. It's a little passive slow much cannon Allen at Kalfa. Keenan Allen's atop like fifteen miles even the league. So let's at least. Yeah. Right. So so, okay. So if he wins in similar ways than he wins similar ways, I think DASA's a good route runner. I don't think he's Keenan Allen level of route runner. I think DASA's good shifting as Atlanta scrimmage on the Keenan Allen level of separator at the line of scrimmage, but of were talking in my opinion about the devante atoms to rich. I dunno like Muhammed sue type Marvin Jones type shore. I mean, I'm they're bigger do decent mover. I haven't spent a lifetime on UC Davis eight. But you said it's hard to get. It was not a lot of great cups on him going around. But I could I could have put the bunch out there on I could have picked out Travis of picked out penny. Hard could've picked Indies Abell because he didn't look like power five bodies Keelan Daza power five body plan to UC Davis. And he was very much entertaining grad transfer, he decided to state UC Davis to help build the aggies program there, and so you know, he was a guy who a chance to go to a power five school at grad transfer, really like prove his stuff elected to stay there, which you know, NFL draft future. That's good or bad for him. Whatever you gotta respect the decision. Maclaurin can run MacLaurin thinks he's gonna run a four three five. What that'd be great. I think four guy. I don't think he's gonna break for four three five. We're having hold of conversation. Now he's under four four than we're we're talking about. A serious serious threat. Here we gotta talk about with the likes of Michael Hartmann on a Georgia. Murky Brown on a home ah. If we're talking about MacLaurin, we're looking for somebody for the eagles. Because obviously they want some speed if he can run four four under that is MacLaurin a guy that you're looking for because you're looking at this guy's senior year only have thirty five catches. But there for seven hundred one yards yet a twenty yard average. And he had eleven touchdowns like this dude condemning boogied is he someone that you're interested in with the eagles. Right. So I still remain generally on non-fossil the holy get a deep fry speed. I think let's say for this exercise that you are interested in China with you like if you say like all right Philadelphia is drafting a sub four four guy. Who are they drafting number one get Markey's Brown? All adia. I don't want people who'd be dude. People are going to be all over him with us when he runs his forty and we're just gonna be like, no, yes. I like the player. Do I like where we would need to draft him. If we needed to get him. No. I do not you're an eagles fan..

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"All day versus leading paste without the use seabed stronghold no us all day i happen upon him and only by chance there was a hermit crab dancing dance there's something special happening in the garden state this saturday may twelfth brings martin's e bala day at the beach of ninth and moreland terrorists and the boardwalk in ocean city new jersey and just who is martin ocean city has our very own mascot named martin eat mollusc he's a tree hermit crab martin saga began elsewhere he's from tepid swamp louisiana married molly shellfish my fellow hermit crab they met in crustacean university and i both have made their way to ocean city and has called that home for a few decades now a traditional marriage i see and these days you've actually on display at our chamber of commerce anyone coming into ocean city over the ninth street causeway we encourage them stop off of the welcome center and you can actually see martin is is beautiful habitat michael hartmann is ocean city new jersey special events coordinator and he says saturday may twelfth martin z mollusc day is a special event his mascot version is there to greet kids and take pictures and for the kids we have a coloring contest that has the gun on and all the schools basically they've been working on a creation of a replica martin adding their own flair and creativity abed martin winds up looking like a cosso painting anyway and all leads up to that special moment which will sound familiar martin creeps onto the beach to see if he will see his shadow and project an early summer for our our shore resort in ocean city jersey america's greatest family resort the chamber of commerce loves him especially because of the forty fortythree previous martin z mollis days he's always seen his shadow as resort that that really depends on tourism and are beautiful boardwalk and our peaches and our downtown we're really thankful that in a has had such a lock or such interpreters no martin's not one to crow but he worships the status quo not as many a thrill as punxsutawney phil we're hoping again you know you never know the offbeat i'm jim bohannon.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Upon him and only by chance there was a hermit crab dancing danes there's something special happening in the garden state this saturday may twelfth brings martin's e bala stay the beach of ninth and moreland terrorists and the boardwalk in ocean city new jersey just who is martin ocean city has our very own mascot named martin mollusc he's a tree hermit crab martin saga began elsewhere he's from tepid swamp louisiana married molly shellfish fellow hermit crab they met in crustacean university and i both made their way to ocean city and have called that home for a few decades now a traditional marriage i see and these days you've actually on display at our chamber of commerce anyone coming into ocean city over the ninth street causeway we encourage them to stop for the welcome center and you can actually see martin is beautiful habitat michael hartmann is ocean city new jersey special events scored nater and he says saturday may twelfth martin z mollusc day is a special event his mascot version is there to greet kids and take pictures and for the kids we have a coloring contest that has the on and all the schools basically they've been working on creation of a replica of martin adding their own flair and creativity oh bet martin winds up looking like it but cosso painting anyway it all leads up to that special moment which will sound familiar martin creeps onto the beach to see if he will see his shadow and predict.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The liver the suffer from a very intense form of what economists call rivalry who had meaning that exactly one person can play a particular game at a time and when people all want the same thing there are lots of different dimensions on which they can compete for that thing and and certainly physical violence is one we see i'm f studied drugdealing allied and indeed when it comes to the the pursuit of property rights in drug markets violence is the strategy of choice now i have to say i'm a little bit skeptical in thinking that when it comes to queues at the checky cheese that violence is usually the the likely weapon to which rival parents victor so you're seeing the checky cheese customers are probably not as prone to resort to violence as crack dealers i think of the stakes were as high they probably would resort to violence in the same whether the crack dealers do but uh when you have something inherently lowstakes like whether your kid can play game a or game via turkey cheese i would think that most parents even most inebriated parents wouldn't come to blows there's certainly is evidence of the violence etchegary cheese and i was actually aware of that before we ever went with my son that's every listener again nathan cory who came to us with the price violence theory now given what we know about priming and how the human mind works you might suspected of guy like corey took his son to a chucky cheese thinking about the potential for violence he might have been more inclined to look for a causal explanation for the violence he'd heard about there are three chucky cheeses in the milwaukee area about a decade ago after pressure from city officials they all stopped serving alcohol to cut down on violence even so the disturbances continued which led corey to think that maybe the pricing strategy even more than the alcohol was the culprit some times violence can really get out of hand which can turn into a media story or a cell phone video of a fight at chucky cheese can go viral so if you pay attention to these reports of violence at chucky cheese as nathan cory did you might get the impression that violence at chucky cheese is a common thing but is it really the first thing i'll say is incidence at chucky cheeses are very rare michael hartmann again.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The only people in all blaze they had a good time playing the arcade games and what i noticed right away after playing a couple of games with my sign was that every machine in chucky cheese costs just one token even the games that lasted the longest the seemed like they should have been more expensive and that really struck me as being kind of odd that there was no price variance between the games you know this was a subject to debate let's nolan bushnell who founded chucky cheese forty years ago in san jose california the debate was whether to make some games more expensive than others we've felt that since most of our revenue really came from kids under eight i felt that it would be confusing and we test a few things when we found that really didn't change the revenue that much what you're assuming is that we'd make more money if we charge more it turns out that that isn't the factor before chucky cheese bushnell cofounded the video game company atari chucky cheese was way to maximize his profits from popular gains like pong when the case pong it was such a hit that you saw what for thouse and dollars and in its lifetime it'll make 30000 it didn't take rocket science to say i'm on the wrong side of the equation i shouldn't just be sowing the machine so i should be operating machines so we were basically a silicon valley startup and we are going to be celebrating our 40th anniversary in may of 2017 let's michael hartmann and on the chief marketing officer at c see entertainment c e c entertainment being the parent company of chuck each.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Revenue that much what you're assuming is that we'd make more money if we charge more it turns out that that isn't the factor before chucky cheese bushnell cofounded the video game company atari chucky cheese was way to maximize his profits from popular gains like pong when the case pong it was such a hit that from you so it for thousand dollar and in its lifetime ill make 30000 it didn't take rocket science to say i'm on the wrong side of the equation i shouldn't just be sowing the machine so should be operating machines so we were basically a silicon valley startup and we are going to be celebrating our 40th anniversary in may of 2017 let's michael hartmann and i'm the chief marketing officer at c c entertainment cec entertainment being the parent company of chuck each eased today c e c is owned by a private equity firm and with chucky cheese one of the first what her now on his family entertainment concept companies were you know kids in parents come together to do stuff have fun play games and he absolutely we were definitely one of the first family entertainment concepts if you look back you know terms of what the competition in the landscape was in nineteen seventy seven it was bowling alleys dingy arcades and movie theaters and what nolan wanted to do was to make video games more accessible to families and to younger children part of that accessibility is affordability our guest is very priceconscious and so we wanna make sure that they can have an excellent experience for a family of four starting at about thirty dollars which means keeping the price of game james low the price varies a bit depending on what kind of package you buy but rule of thumb each.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We'd make more money if we charge more it turns out that that isn't the factor before chucky cheese bushnell cofounded the video game company atari chucky cheese was way to maximize his profits from popular gains like pong when the case pong it was such a hit that you'd so it for thouse and dollars and in its lifetime it'll make 30000 it didn't take rocket science essay among the wrong side of the equation i should just be selling the machines i should be operating machines so we were basically a silicon valley start out and we are going to be celebrating our 40th anniversary in may of 2017 let's michael hartmann and on the chief marketing officer fcc entertainment cec entertainment being the parent company of chuck each eased today c e c is owned by a private equity firm and with chucky cheese one of the first twitter noun on his family entertainment concept companies were you know kids in parents come together to do stuff have fun play games and he absolutely we were definitely one of the first family entertainment concepts if you look back you know in terms of what the competition in the landscape was in nineteen seventy seven it was bowling alleys dingy arcades and movie theaters and what nolan wanted to do was to make video games more accessible to families anti younger children part of that accessibility is affordability our guest is very priceconscious and so we wanna make sure that they can have an excellent experience for a family of four starting at about thirty dollars which means keeping the price of game low the price varies a bit depending on what kind of package.

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"michael hartmann" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"michael hartmann" Discussed on WJDX

"As an eight and today's major league baseball action gets underway just over one hour from now with the yankees hosting liaise at four ten eastern the dodgers go for a threegame sweep of the world champion comes by sending clayton kershaw amount i'm isaac lohan crime please please brock's hordes sunday i like michael hartmann dan buyer this sort of icon blocks ford sunday michael harm so razan for another day dan buyers barry peace peace fox sports sunday with michael hartmann a buyer by mci go fox sports radio studio here michael harm it dan by the nba finals come up on thursday with the warriors homes the cleveland cavaliers in old claim it and it will hopefully for us go all the way to a game seven and a warrior fans against fans would like it over sooner rather than later with their team on top but if we are in locked mike harmon you touched on earlier we could talk about the finals today we could talk about a next sunday we could talk about the sunday after that and we can talk about him the sunday after that which will be father's day will also be the final round of the us open which team seven the takes place on sunday night june eighteen unfortunately for me i mean obviously it's great that will give us content for several weeks i'm a big subscriber to bill bellichik no days off lhasa osophy but just in his saying right right coach i'm going to try to get the crowd with him on one thing we do have is a replay of the two thousand seven capital one ball between michigan in florida that's on here's the guy so that's gotta be getting a little bit of football flavor and could soon enough we started turning our attention to football because let's face it as soon as the stanley cup final is done as soon as the nba finals are done suburb baseball gets a blip on the radar you have two days to assess where your team is in the standings and then you move on of the nba.

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