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"mike adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He was celebrating for that point eight and then they come down and hit that shot and so one of the biggest shocks this career was wiped away by another sock maybe have that Carty who hits his shot which could really put a submit or cap on his freshman season of how he's matured into this role really come down with a three well if you're Cincinnati really one of two things should happen either your win the game with a basket or free throw at the end of regulation for you got over time the shot clock is off you got eleven seconds to go there's no reason that east Carolina should get a shot and less it's a he well they have to be aware of it they're not going to get a call don't expect to get a file to see you to the free throw line with eleven seconds ago these officials will turn their eyes on any contact and make you win the game sold you have to make sure that whoever had the ball in the tackle is a guy that can make free throw their cancer not hitting their free throws so they have to make sure that it's either Mike Adams works was one of your best free throw shooter or perhaps even three Scott who has proven in the last game you can hit close up Cincinnati a grizzly three for twelve from the line in this game twenty five percent Karen Cumberland is fouled out so the guy that normally would have the ball in his hands in this situation hi score eleven seconds ago isn't available mark is going to walk this thing down to seven maybe eight you're gonna see a high screen role unless they come out on the phone they come out of the man the man to go see a high screen and roll by Chris full in in a kick out in the corner to one of the three point shooters with a B. Keith Williams for Zach hard cats will throw it in the back court it does not look like he's Caroline is going to use full court pressure when I was first a deep inside they would stop probably go about half court well now they are following Cincinnati into the back court so they're not going to let the Bearcats easily come up the floor one five echo spot in the Mike Adams with the filling up the floor in a tie game eight seconds left spot at center court the left wing hearty five seconds to go Williams topic he drives the lane no good no good he bill with full I will go to overtime tied at sixty one on the screen movie gets whacked across the face and I told you they're not going to give Cincinnati.

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"mike adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Call Chris vote what did you see there were three bear cats at the room waiting for that meeting boy well there is marked by a third on Chris vote two free throws coming for Carlton he is for two in the game fifty two percent on the season his first one is up no good to strong he's over three in the game got a box out here and with over three so far today he is now below fifty percent for the year pretty good map there six eleven junior what's up the second free throw it is good so he makes one in Cincinnati leave it sixty nine sixty eight so now the jury will be the one coming off those based on screens in order to get small bits going three twenty left in the first overtime Trayvon Scott into the corner from Mike Adams would back to the left wing and Scott now Cumberland between the circles with fifteen issue Mattel with four fouls defense mode comes out to set up their mobile in doubles toward the left wing shot clock today crosscourt pass leaping catch gave in Cumberland for three no good regarded by Brandon Adams who raises the other way for Yukon passes for Mattel quick three point shot no good rebound hits the floor it's picked up by Mike Adams would now Jaron Cumberland has it in the front court is to the left wing outside the arc to forty five left in overtime Cincinnati with a one point lead share and passing out to Mike Adams would nearly lost it out of bounds fifteen left issue Mike a dribbling near the center courts right handed off to jail in Cumberland tend issue Brandon Adams the fans here at the center court line doubling of the left hand driving in the lane had the ball stripped you what a travel you will get the ball with two twenty four left in overtime all the spin come we got swept across the face in the last thing he saw was a defender a cook the cook right the space in the local loses the ball one thing we are learning it over time if it is slight contact they're going to swallow their whistles absolutely they don't want to be a part of this two twenty four left in overtime Cincinnati will join in with a one point lead Schering tumbling into the corner to cave in Cumberland double team passes top the keeper Scott Scott drives into the paint stops made shot how did you get that to go down you see the reverse wake up the glass it went to the other side of the glass the back here twenty five points for Trayvon.

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"mike adams" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

10:27 min | 10 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

"And that's a brilliant source and file store in a seven story. I called sales manager adages story and that's like the guy that has has close deals before and knows how to do and you know we get two. The big deals not sue. Many people closed deals on time. It's it's an people actually and those people have amazing stories and you ever go to negotiation association skills class they story story historic kristen pimple no has shaken deals that darkroom storytelling and this stories really teach and this is the story that teaching through sponsor had around a stuck situation last that snake holds meeting that some six ten Kinkel who aren't sure so there are all sorts of standard problems that happen if we have. COUPLA experience Oxford media deal with the media company adopt ten years ago and this thing was revenue shares was a little bit like Appalachians before actions in the Mitch and and and the media company was undergoing Mike Money. If there's lots downloads we run going back money in Dallas and it was pocketed system. We're going to be contract negotiation and until aww technical commercial people and then they bought us to this contract negotiation that was up on the talk more of the corporate towers messy bigs title of his client people on one side of the table and you them all of my technical explodes on the other side and the head of this new guy the we had met and he was cheating reduction and he puts proceed to just pull them pop. You know the the reliability had none I put nine nine nine percents and didn't like the financial terms and I'm thinking man. This is already. Shis is just like a period all the supply and walking back to my office which is about how difficult it is. One of the more experienced sounds so my face that said what's wrong and I said yeah we don't close this new because viscous this this making an ambit claim this this go and he said the beautiful thing. You said mark wanted to discover Chetan. I hadn't even thought of Deposits Aww case and I spent two thousand he's office explaining that and and he didn't have a clue do not understand it you the whole and then we were back in action and he was the same character enroll who was the same hot us right but he can't screw around all the non negotiable issues and a couple of innings later. We closed the deal that was suppose specific county worldwide for that via download reclosed deal and something right from another person you how to do it and that's the teaching story. That's teaching story that helps you get around typical problems in two stories through through the buying soggy antastic tastic so Mike. I'm convinced we need stories. Listeners are too but here's the thing right. This has got to be a lot of work. I mean this has gotta take what hundreds hours a weeks weeks in order to do this. I mean that'd be a special case to do this. Don't you look the book is direct sales. People who who run a business Hera table sounds people and there's a little bit of engineering system. You need to think about Story Library and Stock Doc collecting your stores. Most companies have these stories. All it takes us to get into a little bit about starch then set them more and then as they tell stories. I just get off on healthy. Life just recalled to mistake telling you hold the Auckland that I've got to video. Put It in the story you so you can start to do it up very quickly for years often for a video us what's at war practice saw coke also out instead of that success story but Gig on the two minutes and send what's up. What they'll do is once send about? Listen to it's three minutes. Try to try again to forty the Goss spent forty minutes practicing and they send you a tune in a D or and this is how people learn loyd quite quickly and so no it's not that time consuming it's something that sells joy instead of teaching them and the latest processor teach them storytelling. What do you get them together for the experience dogs love it because they'll be telling stories the young guys love it because hearing those stories and the south slated Kazakh direction them up and putting it in a story and this works brilliantly that makes so much sense and that such such good stuff there. Might I mean if you practice if you care enough to we do a story you care enough to do it right and that's where the practice comes in so one. You mentioned what's happened. You mentioned your iphone. I'm GONNA give you one more tool that might help speed that up even more and and that is otter dot. Ai Honor Yeah Otter will transcribe your story in real time so you can then see the words instead of just practicing it. You can see the words and rewrite your script so you get even tighter on that messaging so that you can really get quick. I use that when I'm training seals folks and it's just a different tool so you you mind those three and now you got really good stuff. That's fantastic and you know I'll use integration between between enrich unspoken went on computer stories book interesting story is good and and and the cell phones needed a background because it's not a success story in the client since will tell me about this exact thing cacho the next question kind of answered the next Christian background so that's but I generally find that video listening to the video and then just having a good tearing own woods next national story oral storytelling. It's not quite sane as written story actually both breath structure story laundry but yet putting the sunlight's your business elite to oust could just dropping in stores and of course the seven storms has has distorted an awesome. That's fantastic. Michael definitely do that so if if there's anything else that we can give folks. They want to get started on their story journey. What would be one or two things right now that a sales person can do if they don't have any story library yet never had anything at all. What how would they get started yet for a young person look. The book is through non on so that's pretty investment. I read the book oriented. You taught likes looks names and you can just dip into the stories because I might the stories so you can just jump and wreaths read the stories if you want so that will give you an idea of what the story is and then just go and talk to the season salespeople to your boss. Just Austin's tell you instead. I know that I know that these are all talk clients but who sold them to me and tell me the story of what what actually happened. What's the and don't leave out. The bad bits things went wrong as well and then you'll start to hear those stories energy got that structure giving book. You'll get there so once you know how they are of course you go out and that's exactly what I did with changing times. I'll seeking announce. Most companies. Dogs have prepared. It's very Berggren. Trump has distorted awesome awesome. Well hopefully folks if you're listening here. You get started capturing. Those stories stories get get started building your library and get started telling all the seven stories that every salesperson must tell so. Mike if People obviously they can go to Amazon. Get a copy of the book but if they wanted to ask you some more questions they wanna go deeper with you. Where Social Channel would you send them or how. Would you get them to use so they can interact Iraq. You're really active bigoted on just starting to experiment with instagram go there yet. That's that happened happened on active on Youtube Channel only stories that the stories you now online training our test it would put them in some online training so y'all give you the link for that too because we have we have so that you can take on line which which counted coaching for Mike Check that what's missing so could do that job for that awesome. That sounds great so folks. If you're looking at started with your stories I encourage. Did you take a peek at this book as Mike said to ninety nine on the kindle. I've got a hard copy here seven stories every salesperson was tell. Mike Adams Adams is the guy check him out. fineman linked in listen to him against started telling you stories doesn't matter what you're doing. Mice you guys so Mike. Thank you so much for spending time with us. Estimate you're the best. You've gone all year book to listen. I've actually been nice. I will look sky since like gets gets about double. The downloads is really surprising yeah well. I think it's your accent mark buzzword Israel's. They go yeah exactly cool. We'll check it out ups. Thanks so much for spending some time with us today. Have a great day good on you. It's it's been a delight. Thanks Bill Thank you Mike..

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"mike adams" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

13:04 min | 10 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

"I'm telling you true story and and south should always some truths doors scrupulous success stories actually don't get called out for pretending that you were tweet. US News story or adding extra some client. We'll find out a shot then needs to revolve around a central character all right Dan you if you've been a longtime. That'd be you because you've got lots of war. Stories thought the true awesome sound storytelling is telling other people's stories raise and we'll get into that as that's that's critically important when you make your story but ov- around central character you'll listen can put put themselves in the story. Is that person so they get the experience of that person which is true power of stories. The whole thing is so well. Let's say so it must be from the vents. It must have setting time to place was carried gun and it must ability in business point because you just time relevant business beginning of the meeting is you can trust the authority and on Human and that she has the relevant business pointed go into the meeting that I can off your way to change and it's really two stories into that and if you think about it actually there's two reasons to interrupts of busy businessperson businessperson and they eat up you have worked with another clients that is like that person and you've solved a problem for them and and a Kooky Relevance Colette Success Story or your coming has some insight into this situation that they should know out that would be valuable insight story so the assault with inside stories that story before and and the way to tell all that story is from the perspective of the person that discovered that insight. I called the research story. Can you create example. If you have time so go back in early agents in Perth in Western Australia there was a medical research actually was still doing his master's at we got world looking around the Mawson's project. MP's PhD and it was directed to Robin Warren and they were looking at the causes of stomach ulcers and blurred had Harkat assistant stomach ulcers caused by a bacteria and other studies. The prevailing wisdom was Golsen caused by stress. You manhood that in the past and they're looking to try to get bacteria masts in Boston. They couldn't make that work and and Noah believed and he felt that there was a great way to solve the problem of credibility around the issue and that was to give him Sylvan industrial take a tactical stomach of an infected patient drinking give himself stomach Olson's and then tech the engine back to them and and and cured so that's what he rose up that got pretension and in companies out of Two Thousand Four Marshall Warren won the Nobel Prize medicinal for that discovery and it's a lovely executive inside because it shows the problem of inside which is not. We'll hear that challenge selling thank challenge. Our clients for the total is if you truly have incited. You have something that you stand. Why are they listening to you you because they think and if you just go in his twenty five year old salesperson and say. I know you'll business and this is my answer. You're probably GONNA get kicked out. So you go cheat climb. Had you discovered the researchers story very cautious the story about having discounted and has this is the story and when you decide that they listen understand so that's the success story. Is this story about how is sorta about a client of yours. It was struggling the Hatipoglu that met you as you'll go with the gods that you as credible guy you gave them a plan and avoided by an ancient success. That's structured the hero's journey. That's the most story in seven stores. You can actually a story in three Kaas a story that is what most cells need to actually seventy two. They need that story but it needs to be in that form to hide your successful clauses because that's the person that your client who identify the knuckle gin as the characterization story and most markets and myself speaking Alexa critical mistake of painting their companies the hero the storm and of course the client that yeah well that I was you know as you're saying that I mean that was the big that that's the biggest thing that you say about all of this and I would say that's the biggest thing that sales people miss is my product or service is not here. It is the customer the way that they implemented it. The fact that they put a great team together the fact that they got buy in from the top down the fact that they had great communication the fact that they made they did their homework and selected eleven different choices that they picked the one that they knew could meet meet their needs or that they brought up great requirements and then you we've at through that because of course we also have to include those problems that they overcome right the the whole you know the hero's journey. Ernie heroes don't just happen. They're not heroes because of magic. They common obstacle right so I think that's that's really instructive. Mike and I think that's really really a key key thing sales people. You're listening to this really go back rewind about four minutes here and just listen to what might set there about the success story. Worry that shows you as a credible guide not as the hero right. You're Yoda Luke skywalker. Absolutely you're the guy and you know if you think about like you mentioned the things that you're successful. Klein heads do and what they were doing to prescription. Most people conservative client doesn't do step one-two-three this thing's GonNa pile and if you take us story of a client that neely didn't do those things almost filed. Those are the better stories actually the the destin stories where failure was on really happened did happen and you pull them out and then they succeed so you you can think of that actually is a way of avoiding the typical projections because you know if you say something take that climb. They thought there's no way they could find funding for this thing. I did. You know that would brave. They took it to the CEO. We help the business case and they found the funding. So what you're doing is you're twenty into the story. The things that can go wrong and the object server she can overcome and and and your future client via gets inexperience they get us experience of what it's like to buy your talks in services and having a feel and it's beautiful things of such a beautiful thing when it's done that way also give them a taste of how to work with you as the salesperson correct that's that's. That's the big thing right because the relationship is not going to be like we're selling so awkward. It's not with the implementation team. That relationship is with you as the seller so Turkey. That'd be really aware of this year folks. If you're listening again pay attention of that you've got to be the one that acts as the guide and that's where you can't just turn over this relationship pitch in over the transom and expect this has been a work yeah. That's that's marvelous. You know you might even say something story like you know what stage you're cutting. Having I was listening. Listen to me. I wasn't taking it could see with looks and then you know I'd rather lost so in that situation then we got this other guy and I saw so you could actually put into the story the aspects of how you're going to move forward and that's that's so most of the stories four and five wait what we're doing here is with when mine were using stories to change the minds of the buyer and just see a different way of being of how they can run a distance that we move into closing and this is where storytelling for the really good sales people. This is Sean. If likely you've been selling high ticket items the hall and goes out of your control point and I'm I'm sure okay. Don't call us. We'll call you thinking but this for months on story at seven stories winslet selects six months in a coal with still thinking about it and and you'll have no idea what yard long showers probably they see below who is the head of risk head of compliance. There's this cycle PCs but one of the story about of course they told you bet you'll solution and what it's GonNa do but they're also told me about brisk walk could go wrong. Is this the right use of the company's resources and someone one might say well. You know that company you know your company. Let's call an excellent day. Can we trust and if you will sponsor has haunted what I called the venue stories if you've been out with a couple of stories about how your company behaves when things go wrong just the tone of their voice. I saw an spill savings massive German multinational conglomerate was one hundred billion you accounting all Sweden from I'm digging out and when I joined them obviously North Americans settles coaching. We have weekly we have monthly doc knows science culture it was it was. CBO's engines and I couldn't work out how anything was sold and no marketing no sales and yet there were these stories celebrities example. I was in the country. CEO's does all your strategy and we'll have the conversation Japan. I was wearing and could cause serious the hung it up. It was very subservient. Collapse it Mike that was you're Torna and state governments We've got a big problem on on project deliberating transformers to this electrical cable that goes on Australia's attests ninety where I was born excellent tests ninety four hundred callers and ship keep bringing the transforms from Jerry hit a stolen in the southern ocean broke its rudder and all six of these massive transport us to smash pay with dual begin attitude eighteen months holy cow and said you know what I call the same and stored the had an emergency meeting getting paid work discussing disgust my litigation who's liable. Oh who's GONNA play discussed. How quickly can we build six translate Komo told them in record time and the the whole project hits delivery time. There wasn't a single month most Indian time project now. That's a bad you restored. Trust needs to the sponsors in rats tackled him on then Simmons cost because he's heard he's. He's heard stories right. These you hear these stories and hospitality industry all the time you know the the lost wallet on the counter the Doboy textile taxi out to the airport and has your company behave ethically Wauconda Cup you these stories on credibly persuasive and and not only to the client but he would you write organizations and this is the story of a leader in in my case Simmons Jared savings same sport but the leader doing the right thing for the customer.

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"mike adams" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

12:00 min | 10 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

"He's married with three sons and he lives in Melbourne Australia and he is the author of the new fantastic book seven stories every sales person person must tell this year how you doing today. Mike on doing well. It's early in the morning in mobile site. I bet it is what how early what time is is. It is three you trooper man when I move this. I knew that I was hoping you. I'm sorry Mike. Thank you for doing that for me. Nobody it's quite a it's. It's quite a slot. That's no problem for me. You're terrific man so so engineer turned salesman so you've gotTa tell me why why why the shift why the shift I mean most engineers are pretty darn introverted and when they say sales they throw up in their mouth a lot and another people even more so what the heck dude exactly exactly so exactly so I was working in the United Kingdom in the oil and gas industry I was I was actually working for Schlumberger real selling software aug aug companies. I was on this fancy. New Software called a neural network which didn't work at all nine hundred ninety six in fact we gave up. The boss is obviously said Mike. We've got this fantastic career review which had big corporations means the job that nobody else wants to do and and it was to go away from London and via South at us like would love to go to new a dot wants to be a sales else person and what I said was can't go because my wife is eight months pregnant and then I went home that night and she said Oh we know why throw awesome that is an excuse failed correct so she she flew on the last day that she was legally allowed on the plane and a second son. Isaac was born in the public hospital in Stavanger because there are there's no in private hostels in in Socialists nor will there were two hundred ninety six so yeah. That's how I got into sales because I wanted to go to Norway and are you. Wife wanted to go to New Orleans through I did too. I just didn't want to insult awesome. That's awesome and you know I would have gone back to engineering pretty quickly. I think because you know I didn't really want to roll but I I had this amazing piece of good luck. I sold from Savannah Norway. The biggest corporate corporate world wide deal of software that year in my rookie year by accident at it truly was good luck good fortune because I just hadn't lied exactly the right guy. There happens fear Global Conference of all of the data software manages instability had that year and my client that I'm Eh got up on stage and it was a fabulous actor just presented our software brings up way to like forty days from what was L. Now it's all you know one of the world's largest comes and I bought it you know and and of course I feel good at selling. It took me about fifteen years to realize that I just had the most outrageous story could fortune but sometimes that's enough to get you in yeah well. Sometimes it's better to be lucky then good especially with timing right well. You know that's what Napoleon said give me General Lucky and in this game of sales a little bit of good fortune doesn't that's so so true so true and so so I gotta ask you so you pivot from from engineering into into sales. Yes you realize that there's some storytelling here so so I thought salespeople were sales people. They're really they should really be storytellers. Tell me why. I don't exactly sure how I figured that out. I started off for sales to marketing. I had this job if I had to run a comprehensive four hundreds of our clients coming to Prague in the Czech Republic of what was Czechoslovakia then and I got the job of one hour time arm slumped to present this brand new stuff and I'm slow enough to know that an hour is too long for software for four hundred people and they were manages and I decided to play and get five of marketing people to act out this play for about forty minutes and then intact questions and the questions went for an Ala off to the slot through the coffee break or whatever and the audience just loved it. Oh my character state in pot and it was it was a really interesting experience and that was kind of figured that the drama was was really compelling and I slowly just the length of down until just doing one or two minute anecdotes and what I teach. These days is really anecdotes. It's just little one two minute anecdotes but although particular Ezekiel type at a particular behind in the buying cycle so the seven stories are one of the stories to build rapport and create trust at the beginning of the buying cycle. What are the stories that help get new ideas across and change the mind of you because you have to change their mind and then most most importantly what are the stories that helped produce section of risk and get them across the line on contract because as you know that can still extremely difficult to take beginning with pigtails career on worked on really deals on Mossy hundred million dollars in US and yeah and if there's anything special about me feel it's not. I don't think that I was fabulous. Southwestern I had my my wins and losses like everyone but but I had to change industry. Would I came back to Australia from Europe. We actually worked in Russia or flow of Europe and and I worked a lot in South East Asia as well so we had to come home. Oh my dad wasn't well we decide to live in mobile and there's no gas industry essentially full stop to seventeen years to change industry and and so I kind of Reword by CBS and presented myself as a salesperson 'cause that was like the transferrable skill and that experience told told me really to be put full about the storytelling because you got anything you have to sell something short period of time you know probably is a rookie resells postseason. WHO's supposedly knows how to sell but you know the industry you don't even products and services. You don't know your clients. which was that was my situation Russian? You need storage because you don't have time really to learn the technical language you just need the stories and that was where I got really purposeful about and that worked it and eventually industry full-time. We'll five if you count being a you know a sells trying to use those so that was where I kind of figured out there was take Niki whereas whereas I think most really good sales people do this just unconsciously naturally told stories. I had to figure it out because the technique in the framework i. I don't think it's natural the Mike. I think that maybe they naturally build rapport and might tell some of the stories I mean. You've got three types here. Hook fight in land stories. I certainly think that some of the hook stories yeah. They probably get that right. I mean they get their personal story for sure. Maybe a little bit of of the insight success but the rest I think is pretty unnatural man so take us through what are those. What are those seven stories that people can have on them the three three stories that were used to build reportedly care about this spill rupaul building is not just about really tearing the story. It's batch Sharon stories so by I told my personal story which I kinda do move it now get into siles promptly untold more of that had getting to sound trite right and how did I mess around before the on the slow one on the fact that I can get out storytelling doesn't mean that out full cells else travelling backwards to home. It's just that storytellers easy way to salespeople and everything else is really hot worker. South Putin so anything you know so tell that story more and then I would say but do you know okay podcast. How'd you get all these guys on the podcast and be sold well known Reno says how did that happen and getting to your story and then were exchanging stories and this is how repulsed dots idolise. Paul starts. What's by exchanging stories and getting to know each other and you know it was books behind me? The the sales looks narrow basking questions Muslim Muslim and that's correct in asking questions but but nobody is answering your question in any death insulate trust you and it's that interaction that happens through four you ask questions that really determines how much they ended up and how much talks entrusted if you put it into your personal story why shouldn't trusted some vulnerability new a human being like anyone else stacks action of good fortune and that you know what you're talking about right that you would have thought that helps to build that trust and it's it's. It's a sophisticated things the hot stories learn to your personal story the attitude Rupaul stories stories of other people that the Bible I will mate if you're a small company might be senior much God head of customer service technical sales. You can position that person as authorities they can lock them entrust them before they even meet that person and this is a beautiful technique why in that circle of trust and the third those look storage company story and it always amazes me that must salespeople. I asked them to the history of how they the company started and why it didn't file it how it succeeded and who is the client that really night they copy. What is it the Beijing how they serve and what are they going. What's their a strategy and that story's incredibly persuasion. If toll will but you need to work on you need to have those replogle stories that that Hook your client that that blinds them to of course you'd like to know the story is becoming and that makes sense smell no that yeah that absolutely makes sense and I. I think that that makes so much percents that it's really important that we focus on on one in that is the purpose of the story right and that we you have a story because it's not storytelling for storytelling sake. If you're listening thank you might say. Oh tell me a story you know once upon a time. There were three little bears. This is not the type of story. We're talking about right for a purpose so mike. What is that purpose that really kind of underpins these stories just this is tech technical things. I said there are five. Things story has to have firstly. It must be a secret so related events or it's on story said this happened then that happened therefore that happened could use the wordstar in intelligence secondly secondly. It needs to stop about like Guinea has AIDS in one thousand nine hundred sixty two no way that that signals to the audience is it..

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"mike adams" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Laces Out

"I've never heard cults player actually talked about the Deflate Gate Games James. It was made such a big deal. You know four guys you're got arrested defending Stephen Revolve the FBI was involved in enormous waste waste of taxpayer dollars an airtime on television. He said it didn't matter at all so it's finally good to kind of put that story to bed. We both watched that game vacated went out there with a beach ball. When a matter yeah patriots dominant team kick their ass yeah so that was really interesting here and then you know the Andrew Lock stuff was is just fascinating? you know I loop before the interview but you know he called in after the luck news broke which was just so insightful having been br locker right next to Andrew Luck and kind of getting to know him during his time in indy was such a fascinating look into just kind of what type of person Jason Andrew was asked him. I actually it was flat out. There's people right now who know about Angela who who have watched Andrew Luck is he tough enough you know is this a guy and I said you overcame a Bo Jackson type injury with the HIP at the University of Delaware trying to make the league you know most guys say just wasn't meant for me. This was a guy who you know. Andrew luck is a how his numbers are ridiculous. Hell of a guy by everybody's account invite I've ever met or known. I'm sitting around and talk to him. He's a great guy but you know anytime you come out and tell people and I and I and I had to sit down with large machoism barstow breakfast you know when you tell people that you to Rehab and all that becomes too much. They're like man. I you know I take the bus us to work with a cup of coffee. I live in Minnesota. That's too much you want to talk about was too much you make millions all you had to do just rehab and stay with it and come out on other side. You have an office of line now. You have weapons around you. The time is now you kinda cash in from all the beatings you took early career wiretapping wiretapping now and I totally understood what he meant. I was towards the back of my career. Who you know when you can't physically perform when you can't turn on the car it will drain you? You lose joy of doing what you feel like is your purpose so I I see both sides of it but there's a lot of people who you know Wash Andrew luck walk off that field and say and said what the Fuck Yeah. Y You know the world is at your feet. Push on persevere beat. You'll be sure it'd you better but they don't. They don't deal with the day to day. It's a lot for ballplayer and maybe it's because he's a civil engineer before and six graduating from Stanford he's not worried about the future or he's just a guy who really set no matter. What time is yeah I mean we have to respect? NFL football for just the regular season and sixteen hours a year there are mostly countless but there are so many hours outside that that he's recovering or or just dealing with pain grunk in here yesterday who in the office who talked about how he had a deep thigh bruise that was so so painful that he was just in tears in like couldn't fall asleep from internal bleeding that dealt a lot a lot of fans. Don't really see that side of the business since but that is a very prevalent yeah the best abilities availability and you know Andrew Lock definitely had some issues with that. I think it's obvious to what Mike I think would he also tried to highlight. Was You know Credit Andrew Luck for being a part of the culture after Peyton manning which was high because there was a gap. Where are you know as a franchise? They didn't know where his painter yeah yeah and they didn't know what was going on. An Andrew Luck. Kinda was the guy who grabbed the torch Iran for luck doc yeah but there were no off the field issues. It isn't a guy who just did his job extremely well as hard as he could took the lumps never blamed his office align line never pointing the finger into showed up and try to do the best he could. I mean the.

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"mike adams" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

10:58 min | 10 months ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Laces Out

"Surfin turf podcasts week to this is Stephen J here with super bowl champion Willie Cologne was go to everybody. We are really excited last week. We had the Ryan Clark on. I thought that was a really great interview to start our show off this week. We've got a very timely interview. Mike Adams pro bowler safety played across Lee played the forty forty niners the Browns colts in the panthers thirty years old still look the League really fun interview with him. We go pretty in depth on the Andrew. Luck News of his retirement spoke highly of Andrew Very highly so that'll be an interview we're GonNa get to but first this has been a crazy weekend in the NFL Antonio Brown the Saga continues as of Tuesday night the New York Times leaked that he has been accused of sexual assault on multiple occasions with his former trainer a lot right now this is we're taping this Wednesday afternoon. A lot is up in the air right now. report just came out that he may be put on the Commissioner's exempt list. They have a game this weekend in Miami which is near where he's from its undetermined his playing status. That's kind of a whole separate issue obviously we're hoping for you know both parties here just for their safety and well being thing not a good situation. Obviously we must not he ends up next on commissioners exempts he would not be able to be a part of any activities with the New England patriots however he still will be paid I think that's the rule I think he's still gets paid so which is interesting because usually when you hear these types of headlines and in this kind of transfer transforms into whatever is going to be hopefully the truth comes out my thoughts and says obviously young lady but it's it's tough man is tough time Tony Brown. It's his name doesn't ring well. I think a lot of people are just kind of scratching their head. Had you know how did he get here the up literally every day the past week his name has been a top the headlines with a different story so hopefully he gets everything squared away. We're here to talk about kind of what that means for on the football field and for the Patriots will see if he plays this week but for the as of the rest of his drama my outside of what Ha what came out on Tuesday night him kind of forcing his way out of Oakland to end up with the Patriots just hours later hiring a social media team to kind of accelerate his release pretty much get fired quite an interesting turn Willey a former teammate Antonio Brown. What what do you think of the move? He pulled it's troubling. I remember watching Antonio Brown walk into the Locker Room. Young skinny kid big smile. you know even Steven Haircut seemed like a kid. I was ready to take on anything and everything works extremely hard at the time he had a young son so not that I'm now about to be a father but at the time I'm looking at this kid. Six round pick out central Michigan again with a kid and I'm saying man you know you you. You felt like you were rooting for him. You know what I mean. 'cause you hear about these rogue stories about these guys who have overcome these schools schools I knew about his father had potentially graced the NFL stage was a big time a guy in Canada as a big time numbers so you I was putting form that Ab was somebody I wanted to secede this Ab. I don't know who he is and not that I'm not ruined forum. I'm not rooting for what he's done. showing up to camp with burnt feet you know calling might make Mike mayock racial slur. I know what the N. Word means to me being a black man. I don't know what it means to white. Folks being called the word us but at Chas I would be upset. I would feel thin so everything that's happened to. Ab as far as being a fine in all the nonsense that he's done that he's 'cause. I don't like it because I feel like he started a trend red. You know we talk about Steven. J You know the first time you play a team sport. It's we before me it. It's it's us before you Miss team before anybody. He has smashed at Golden Rule in law to the point where you know through this out to you when we're talking about before we got on air last you say Aaron Donald goes through the same route. Abd Right where he's upset with the rams he he goes plays for Eagle plays for Jacksonville and he just absolutely shows his ass to the point where Jacksonville Tom Coughlin are like listen. We we just can't deal what should we just can't have you here and he really all the time wanted to play with Chicago. Khalil Oh Matt Right Yep and he successful doing so now. You're looking at a trend and a very selfish trip because there's a lot of guys in the League who who do it the right way. You know they say where they WANNA go. If it doesn't work out ended up landing with a with a different team they represent themselves in a brand accordingly. I don't like this method I I think it's ridiculous. I hate people that celebrate what around it. I think that Moore Star Star unravel this was orchestrated. I noticed may sound like a ridiculous hot but I think check had his hand in it. Some type of way bell checks is extremely stream lease the Smart Fox. He knows how to work behind closed doors of really well. we forget schaffner broke this. I said you know Patriots wanted to trade want to trade for Antonio Brown for a first round pick and Kevin Colbert. GM for the steelers was no. You're arrivals everytime playoffs. We gotta go you gotTa go through us. We don't need that added not life. supposedly that he's another guy picked up another team that picked up the phone was the Seattle seahawks Carol has somewhat of reputation station for even out guys with rough edges also around trains with Russell Wilson in. LA is even talked about Cleveland so is it's all these things are starting to travel and my mom mindset behind it. All is you know do better. Is that weird to say. Just do better I think the R- The in the way he went about it was just so toxic and now he's going to be a Patriot probably when you know he signed for fifteen million to nine nine fifteen million he got a nine million dollar bonus signing bonus and patriotism eligible week to against the pats versus dolphins and so so I don't like it I don't know Abo. I really don't this this. Ab and I've seen Ab out a couple of times. He's a different man. He's a different man to the guy who I saw. Come off that bus in Pittsburgh hungry ready. It was so proud to be a steeler this guy it's it's heartbreaking to see because he was the guy I I met a valid. People change older life happens but this guy seems selfish unaware of tone-deaf and now he's being sued by God knows right right seems like everybody yeah so not only the bad businessmen but he seems like I saw a tweet the other day he he's Dan low level Batman Villain Yeah and so I I laughed at it because there's some truth to it and yeah. I don't know I don't know how to take the situation yeah. I think it's a such an interesting crossroads because you you look at it in the NBA and it's the age of player empowerment Carmelo wants Carmelo Anthony wants to play for the Knicks. He's going to go through any means that started yet the Nixon awesome facilitate a trade that has been the case for about six seven years in the NBA Lebron the heels but in the NFL. That's not someone win happens. You know there's a fifty three man roster even one guy forcing his way one one place is a lot harder and may not make such a big difference but what the pats looking so good last last week against the steelers and you know as you alluded to going back on reason history the steelers wouldn't trade Antonio Brown to fourteen it was the three teams in division and and the Patriots so they did find a way to get a middleman team basically middle of the road team the raiders to accept it Antonio Brown. Oh Kedah you got a big signing bonus and a lot of guaranteed money thirty million bucks. Obviously it didn't work out. I don't know when Antonio Brown decided that he didn't WanNa play for the raiders anymore hired a team that he hired fire yeah. He hired the Social Media Agency social media consultants to do that. I mean what kind of made me turn on this. Whole situation was the youtube video put without such a fucking cool via video? It was like one of the cool cities seeing Let's talk about that video right. He's on the phone. Jon Gruden Jon Gruden by all means is a character in himself. He pretty much bathes in Tokyo heels listen do I don't WANNA stop commercials. I don't WanNa stop you from party. I don't care who you honestly talked to play football. This show up go to practice go to walk through his play football. Do what we're paying you to do and his next rebuttal is. I'm more than a football player our coach my life. Nobody said nothing about your life. Nobody said anything other than you play football. You cried over at home it. That's too old to play with so so what a new helmet problem is when he goes to the Patriots. You're not gonNa hear about the helmet. No you're not gonna hear about his brand. You're not gonNA hear about him. Being patrolled or boxed in what are you going to do is shut his mouth play for the best quarterback this ever played the game. pobably an I honestly the best coaches ever coached the game and he's probably GonNa win a super bowl and he may stay for year two who knows but it's ridiculous that this was all orchestrated and we had to somehow for the portion of the summer. It felt like we was watching fucking Antonio Gate. You just didn't know what was going to happen and then help that hard knocks was right on the scene for at all. It just seemed insane amy every week. It was a new headline the past week it was every day. It was something new or checking in with Antonio Brown what's going on. I just think it's such an interesting time coming up. After the end of the two thousand twenty season what type of protections do owners put in. Oh against this because obviously the raiders come out being extremely burned in this the third and fifth round picks the steelers lawyers for nothing they wasted training camp roster swampy. Luckily they got Keelan dos back the undrafted kid at CAL Berkeley to sign back with them a AH basically bought off the Jaguars practice squad but they're in a very vulnerable place. They showed out last night. They got a home win for the Oakland crowd which was nice to see but just such saga and I mean I can't wait to see Antonio Brown in a patsy uniform not not a pats fan by any means I don't hate the pats but it's just such an interesting story in terms of the NFL in sports in general I mean this is at the epicenter of it and this question to.

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"mike adams" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Firms, specialize in Email alert technologies for universities and government offices. Now, this brings us to the first of Mike's claims that we can really dig into, and it kinda seems to be at least largely true, the yeah, the company, he launched was called aerial. It's still around today. They did in mass Email management, and they wound up being used by big names, like Microsoft, UCLA in the US treasury department. It is a legitimate company that operates and has has worked with some really big players when I started reading about what his company does it seemed? Like it might kind of be a little bit spammy. And one of the problems of researching Mike Adams is I ran into some allegations that that's exactly what he was doing that. He ran a gigantic Email spamming operation. But the article that made those allegations was healthwise spelt, w y z ease. It's just a very strange website. They are definitely weirdo. Christian extremists. Who believe strange things about healthcare. They also dug really deeply into Mike Adams, because they hate him and documented their claims about him really a Tate of lease. It's one of these like it's a very strange case. They do claim that area was an industrial spamming operation and their evidence for that included citing an aerial software press release which included quotes from Mike Adams boasting about areas ability to help companies evade anti-spam software. Who wants a personalized Email messages composed campaign enterprise version, seven point five users can simply press the anti-spam test button to perform an instant check of their outbound mail the messages, then instantly run through pre-programme checklist, which uses a set of criteria to evaluate the outbound Email messages, anti-spam compliant, if any part of the Email message resembles the traits of spam users alerted that the intended Email message could be perceived as spam, recipients of Email filters. Now, healthwise me like translates, this as he's running a big spamming operation other sites. I found talking about it, make it seem like maybe he's just helping large companies E mail their customers without their emails. Get caught by spam filters. It's probable that both things are true. Yeah, yeah, yeah. The software could easily do, both in has like a use legitimately abusively to. Yeah. Which is very fitting for some chunks of Mike Adams's career. Now he claims that he sold the company in two thousand three although other sources I found list him as a CEO still. I don't know if he's still involved with aerial or not. It's very possible. He claims that he sold it, and it seems like it one way or the other it made him very wealthy. That's one of the few things that I do know about him, is he's like insanely rich. Yeah. He's got money super-rich. Yeah. Yeah. I mean he's his the fucking treasury department and Microsoft that a bunch of fortune five hundred's really did use his off wear and he's, he's kind of in the same spot. Where McAfee was in the late nineties, where if you were like the first guy to offer this service to big companies, you could just make a billion fucking dollars like for easy. He's like a few steps away from where McAfee is now. They're actually not very different faith. Although, you know, Mike is much more focused on health and McAfee is much more focused on pounding bourbon and. Murder lead health. Self care is important. It is critical. Now on Mike's personal website, his bio goes right from selling aerial to the website for, which he is most famous natural news dot com. But there was an interlude gripped that he leaves out in nineteen ninety eight Mike Adams, got deep into the white UK business. Now, I assume you all, both remember what Y2._K was some of our listeners were young. So basically in the late nineties, there was a worry that, like the calendar switchover on computers from ninety nine to two thousand was going to fuck up a bunch of software. And most people are like, oh, it could cause some complications for companies that have digitized, you know, their, their operations and crazy, people were like it's gotta be the apocalypse and Mike Adams was on the crazy person side of that spectrum, surprise me, two months. Now knows this is right on brand for him. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hey guys this is gonna pop into the middle of the episode at a weird point because I forgot to call the ad break at the point, I was supposed to. But it's time for..

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NBA playoffs roundup

America's Morning News

03:49 min | 1 year ago

NBA playoffs roundup

"On the hardwood guys the raptors the nuggets they've regained home-court advantage in their conference semifinals that even their respective series at two games. A piece of good basketball action this weekend Gaylon? Start with the Sixers game yesterday. I thought they had the game in hand about two three one in that series headed terrible fourth quarter stressing poorly the Sixers played, but you know, everyone about Kevin Durant stellar performance in the playoffs for the goals. They warriors who's talking about collide Leonard, I think he might even be playing better than K D thirty nine points, fourteen rebounds yesterday thirteen to twenty from the field in Sixers second year guard Ben Simmons tried to guard Kawhi Leonard, and he got absolutely destroyed. Simmons had one of his worst game. As a pro. Yes today. And then Joel Embiid only had eleven points, blaming an illness. And no sleep Sali's been strange either been great or a no show of this series. But again in that fourth quarter Sixers seven minutes without a field goal. And now they go back to Toronto for game. Five in Toronto lake. You said has homecourt advantage again. And then last night that nuggets blazer series. That's clearly been the most fun series the watch so far. I mean, let's not forget about. On Friday nights. Epic four overtime win for the blazers. But yesterday Denver prevailed on the road one sixteen one twelve they tied to series of two apiece. Nugget center Nikola Jokic Matt posted another triple double. I can't stress enough. How valuable job for these Doug? We all know we can score pass and rebound. But his ability to set screens met freeze of other nuggets players for wide open looks on just about every possession. You take Yokich off his team. They don't even make the playoffs. That's valuable. He is. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. On those screens to getting back the Colli Mike Adams with NBA dot com averaging thirty eight points per game on sixty two percent shooting. Jordan averaged over thirty five on sixty percent of shooting in one playoff series other than that. Nobody LeBron Katie Koby never did it. So we are watching greatness right now in the NBA and in the NBA playoffs, watch TV watching quite lettered in you know, he does everything. So well, but you know, they didn't think he was a good shooter early in his career in Popovich would say that with the Spurs. Now the league three. Point shooter. I mean, he doesn't miss shots as Baker and one other thing I wanted to mention Steph curry struggled where where was he where was he in the fourth quarter? I know everyone is talking about it have you seven at twenty three from the field. But the biggest problem for stent has been his defense. I mean, if you watch the rockets every possession, they attack Steph curry Weber Steph guarding that guy is getting the ball, and they're attacking Steph, and it's getting his head, and it's hurting offense and one other thing you'll Katy at forty six in the warriors loss on Saturday night. But it was a bad forty six matters nothing against K D. But the warriors lose their dynamic of all that ball movement and cutting away from the ball back door cuts. They all just stood around and watched Katie and that fourth quarter. And that's that makes the rocket excuse me, the warriors beatable and predictable negotiating next year's contract. I mean, I I don't I've never seen Katie play. Like this in the playoffs. You're talking about the last three to four games. I I would think I have to go back and look at the numbers, but he's averaging at least more than thirty a game in the last three to four games. I wanna say thirty eight a game and those four last four games. It's been unbelievable. You just make an shots like ripping on caney for scorn too much. What do you? If you want percents from the field. He's doing nothing wrong. He's played as well. As anyone's ever played on the offensive enemy NBA. No doubt about it. Yeah. Well, it does. But it does get stale. It does you know, it does get slow. And when one guy is doing all the work, and nobody else is

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"mike adams" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mike adams" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"So had this one the fallen hero. This is. This is when I salute for the soldiers came by now, the families, we get to meet the families of the of Richard g cliff and. So I just kept this in my locker just. Not to remind me, but more more. So let him know that you know, we do appreciate them. You know, what's it like to be looked up to by soldiers in by young kids? This honor. I think if it is the hours this little kid from the city and from Paterson New Jersey, and and I looked up to guys I looked people. And now, I see people looking up to me, it feels kind of weird little bit people want my autograph. I don't I don't take it lightly because you know, it's definitely a honor and a privilege to be a role model is someone to look up to you do great job with it. Mike Adams, our guests on the show. So you come in to get treatment and meet with some of your teammates. Where are where are we as a as a ball club right now? Here is six and five in your opinion. Right now, we we still in the mix. There's no doubt in our mind is no little frustrations Sam, which is normal. But we know we have to do we have to win to get into tournament. And and that's the key right now, we gotta find a way to win the game. And and when it's time to make a play make that play will wanna give anything up so easily, you know, and when I say easily we wanna make teams earn it. That's what I mean. When I say that. So right now, we still we still ready to move forward and keep going. Got a positive attitude, and we still want to just just keep it going know it hurts when the team makes plays over the top on you guys were there some teaching points yesterday that the secondary can learn from definitely with some teacher points. It was it became more of a. Almost like scrambling. Drew, you know, especially the one on captain Muller. He scrambled a little bit one on corn. I mean, she didn't show his hands. I mean that was a good savvy play by him as well. But they may plays in that. They may please where we didn't. You know is not the point the finger, but those are those are mistakes. Ours was made in a game and not just those you can look at it mistakes from the first quarter day, you know, that could change things and we always played Monday morning quarterback. But like. Like cou say, we know our mistakes, we don't want history repeat itself. So learn from it move on. And just don't let it happen again last question, and we'll vacate your locker space. Appreciate you letting us share with you for a minute, Mike. Hi, play Tampa Bay. Again. What are you remember about their offense in the problems? They can create explosive still explosively still got guys are capable. I think OJ mail is on I r but they still got break. He's incapable tied in and you know, still agree receiver into Sean Jackson. Still take the top also. They still have some weapons and. Quarterback. He shows that you know, he can make all the throws. He shows that he's still belongs in this league. He's just starting his Lee. So we don't want to estimate him order defense or anything Tampa Bay. Does. They know us, we know them. And we know it's going to be a challenge. So we're not gonna say, oh, this is a cakewalk. No, no. This can be a tough game that we need to win. We must win a good flight home. If we can get it, Mike, thanks for your time. Good luck. And you preparations this week. Yes, sir. You got the powerful noise. Cancelling technology that helps NFL coaches blackout eighty thousand screaming fans can get you closer.

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"mike adams" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike adams" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"But then if you look at statistics, they're actually not worse. You know, I, it's like, hell. Everyone's like SNL sucks now. But then if you go back ten years, people are like used to be better in the eighties. And if you go to the eighties like it was better than new, I think that's like one of those recency bias voice. Where did I didn't have to do that whole lesson on it. But yeah, I, I don't know. I don't know what the deal is, but look, it's certainly clearly not an issue for Carolina. Last thing I'll say about this team is that you there become those teams where the you, you think the defense is better than the offense because that's always been the case. It's really not been this year. This second tier snap salute disaster. Although James bradberry held up pretty good against Oto Beckham junior, but you in read obviously, was just added right at it. The speaking of old guys by the way, Mike Adams, similarly, intercept Avmark items. So picked off Eli manning twice, thirty seven years old. I made that up, but I think I looked it up during the game because I was so confused. Okay. So I think my presence on this podcast is just like an off ramp on the way to Stu gods, which is what all the guests on the show have been building up to one takeaway that I have so far two and a half episodes in. You're not saying who you think is gonna win. All that often have to say that. Okay, game previews. And I know it's not. But if you're trying to attract a su- God's, if you're if you're leaving, sue got strap. You need to tell me who's going chargers for the last game by the way in. Yeah, I did. I only pick that Philip rivers is going to have the ball down a score with seconds left. It's been too long since we've had one of those. True. It's and certainly the Browns would be good. I mean, it's really hard not to Washington after what we saw last night. Although I don't think that was necessarily indicative dicey Washington. I make Washington. Well, we're doing power rankings, and and I think your line is one of those teams where nobody really knows if they're good, right. It's the record, was that a sleepy game against the giants was that season on the line game for the giants. I just allies. Like if I think that was the giants I thirty point game in two years address, I twenty five plus yard touchdown through the air since week, five of last year and Odell Beckham through it. So I, I did go with Carolina. I have a lot of concerns about this defense. Yeah, I, I was just saying the secondary is terrible. The pass rush has also been absent right eight, which is against something we typically associated team, having good pass, rush, Thomas Davis who's gosh. Mike Adams sold cut. Oh, forty, five. So he's back. Julius peppers. Oh my God, Greg Olsen is back to. Does the average age of the pants you talk in this thing? I'm going Washington. I'll go girl and I think I don't know. The office has really been clicking in for the reasons you describe it, I think is going to be in this podcast drops on Thursday, can I just monitor a Khalil's health and if Khalil's out it's a, it's a surefire washing, three entertainment purposes. All right. Before we get to the final three games, I'm in my mail bay now sensitive about having a mailbag just call a mill bag. What's right? Just wrote questions. Overproduce it. Okay. If you have like a cute name tweeted at me, but like nothing weird question is always. Tiny that Jay Cutler. I gotta hire like Jake color impersonator. All right. So I'm gonna just burn through these. 'cause like I said, it's a lot, so I'm not going to dwell on them too much. Baba. Fifty five asks what nicknames did you have growing up? They're all so embarrassing. A lot of people call them in my initials m k Burns's Meena. All right. Matthew reader asked Ken the ravens offense specifically flacco keep this up all year. Clearly reader asked that before. These were these committed before last Sunday?.

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"mike adams" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike adams" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"But then if you look at statistics, they're actually not worse. You know, I, it's like, hell. Everyone's like SNL sucks now. But then if you go back ten years, people are like used to be better in the eighties. And if you go to the eighties like it was better than new, I think that's like one of those recency bias voice. Where did I didn't have to do that whole lesson on it. But yeah, I, I don't know. I don't know what the deal is, but look, it's certainly clearly not an issue for Carolina. Last thing I'll say about this team is that you there become those teams where the you, you think the defense is better than the offense because that's always been the case. It's really not been this year. This second tier snap salute disaster. Although James bradberry held up pretty good against Oto Beckham junior, but you in read obviously, was just added right at it. The speaking of old guys by the way, Mike Adams, similarly, intercept Avmark items. So picked off Eli manning twice, thirty seven years old. I made that up, but I think I looked it up during the game because I was so confused. Okay. So I think my presence on this podcast is just like an off ramp on the way to Stu gods, which is what all the guests on the show have been building up to one takeaway that I have so far two and a half episodes in. You're not saying who you think is gonna win. All that often have to say that. Okay, game previews. And I know it's not. But if you're trying to attract a su- God's, if you're if you're leaving, sue got strap. You need to tell me who's going chargers for the last game by the way in. Yeah, I did. I only pick that Philip rivers is going to have the ball down a score with seconds left. It's been too long since we've had one of those. True. It's and certainly the Browns would be good. I mean, it's really hard not to Washington after what we saw last night. Although I don't think that was necessarily indicative dicey Washington. I make Washington. Well, we're doing power rankings, and and I think your line is one of those teams where nobody really knows if they're good, right. It's the record, was that a sleepy game against the giants was that season on the line game for the giants. I just allies. Like if I think that was the giants I thirty point game in two years address, I twenty five plus yard touchdown through the air since week, five of last year and Odell Beckham through it. So I, I did go with Carolina. I have a lot of concerns about this defense. Yeah, I, I was just saying the secondary is terrible. The pass rush has also been absent right eight, which is against something we typically associated team, having good pass, rush, Thomas Davis who's gosh. Mike Adams sold cut. Oh, forty, five. So he's back. Julius peppers. Oh my God, Greg Olsen is back to. Does the average age of the pants you talk in this thing? I'm going Washington. I'll go girl and I think I don't know. The office has really been clicking in for the reasons you describe it, I think is going to be in this podcast drops on Thursday, can I just monitor a Khalil's health and if Khalil's out it's a, it's a surefire washing, three entertainment purposes. All right. Before we get to the final three games, I'm in my mail bay now sensitive about having a mailbag just call a mill bag. What's right? Just wrote questions. Overproduce it. Okay. If you have like a cute name tweeted at me, but like nothing weird question is always. Tiny that Jay Cutler. I gotta hire like Jake color impersonator. All right. So I'm gonna just burn through these. 'cause like I said, it's a lot, so I'm not going to dwell on them too much. Baba. Fifty five asks what nicknames did you have growing up? They're all so embarrassing. A lot of people call them in my initials m k Burns's Meena. All right. Matthew reader asked Ken the ravens offense specifically flacco keep this up all year. Clearly reader asked that before. These were these committed before last Sunday?.

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"mike adams" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"mike adams" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Down the left. Mike Adams again Mannix. Second interception of the game is won in the first four games combined. Panthers. Took over at the giants. Forty five yard line of you plays later. Cam was hit by Landon Collins. He was picked off by ginormous Jenkins. Second time of the game one interception led to another. So the giants got the ball back at the Carolina thirty four Barkley ran for a yard. And once again, big blue tried to create a spark through the air. Back to throw has time. Equal down the Bill back. Now to place thirty four yards at forty five seconds Beckham's. First receiving touchdown of the season. Giants went for two and converted. It is. He like connected with Ellison that made it twenty seven twenty four Panthers. Just over eight minutes to go Panthers responded with a twelve play. Fifty four yard drive at eight up nearly six minutes highlighted by Cam twenty seven yard pass to Jerry is right on fourth and one at the New York forty four the drive stalled at the Twenty-one Panthers settled for a thirty nine yard field goal making it thirty to twenty four Panthers. After the ensuing kickoff went for a touchback the giants overthrow twenty-five manning completed two passes to Russell shepherd and read in for twenty total yards making it I intended to forty five manning through deep down the right side of the field connected. With Russell Shepard again for fifty five yards. It was initially called a touchdown because shepherd ran into the end zone, but replay showed he was touched after we went down initially. So the giants were knocking on the door at the fifteen. They bring a they roll the pocket, right? Barclay makes the. Giants. Out of the fact, he'll today's scoring drive of the game. Brought to you by investors Bank, the official consumer and business Bank of the New York Giants four play seventy five yards in Bucko eight Barclays second touchdown of the game. Rowe SaaS added the extra point giants moved in front. Thirty one thirty the giants ended a thirty six game drought where they have failed to score thirty points. That goes all the way back to the two thousand fifteen regular season finale, but the Panthers still had over a minute left in one time out camp connected with DJ more for twenty yards on second down. Then later with thirty seconds to go on third and one at the giants Forty-six McCaffrey picked up a yard to move the chains. Cam spiked the ball, then drew a deep pass down the left sideline that fell incomplete on third down. Ron Rivera called on his veteran kicker to attempt a field goal from the giants Forty-five. Stop is good kicked on its way. Oh baratz. Panthers peak the giant and that.

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China battling swine fever, tough disease to contain

The Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

China battling swine fever, tough disease to contain

"Surgery? Michael kopecks going to have to learn and Dylan sees can give him some pointers to White Sox. Minor leaguer went through it himself. And he shares his experience with us this week on white socks weekly common. Harry title with White Sox weekly this afternoon. Three thirty seven twenty WGN. Well, as I said, it's time the dog markets and my dad lives in Chad Colby this week sat down with Mark by the international business group. And so this was Mike Adams first question to our market guest. Mark Mark, thanks for joining us. We have some interesting numbers from USDA this week. Let's get your reaction. We'll start with that court number one eighty one point three. What do you think? Well, it's amazing. We

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Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court: source

24 Hour News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court: source

"Talking president murphy here in fort lee president trump is said to have narrowed his list for the supreme court correspondent karen travers reports the announcement is scheduled for monday isn't and trump is spending a long weekend at his golf club in new jersey meeting with senior staff to make final choice on a nominee to be the next supreme court justice sources tell abc news that the three frontrunners are breath cavanaugh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic all federal appeals court judges staffer prepping material for each contender but one source tells abc news that this weekend is going to kill us suggesting president trump will likely change his mind multiple times emigrants meantime are reportedly bracing for a battle to try and block the nominee word is they will focus on the threats to abortion law and the affordable care act as a way to try and force moderate republicans including susan collins of maine not to back the president's pick wins news time at ten thirty six a legal victory for conservative leaning professor at marquette university there was consonants state supreme court says the school should not have fire john mike adams who was let go for a blog post criticizing student instructor who he believes shutdown discussion about opposition to gay marriage mcadam sued the private catholic school in two thousand sixteen arguing that he lost his job for exercising freedom of speech the school said he was let go because he named the instructor gave personal information about her and linked to a personal website the court has ruled that he be immediately reinstated seventy five degrees cloudy skies we're headed up to eighty three today in mid town we are looking at showers and some heavy thunderstorms wins news time ten thirty seven as a.

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"mike adams" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"mike adams" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"The alex jones show war i remember when mike adams is with us until the second hour is over into the third hour and then we've got the fourth hour with paul joseph watson and he's got a ton of stuff he's been covering so mike adams is with us for the balance of the second hour and the full third hour today he is here to break down clear evidence of obama treason money laundering with iran and the other side of the story with this crisis bringing the world to the edge of war he's not just the health ranger bestselling author supplement formulator and over three hundred successful websites one of the top health sides he also is an engineer the also owns a big lab test foods and other things so he's a jack of many scientific trades and he's got a ton of news articles and analysis he's gonna break down right now so mike thanks for coming thank you alex for having me on prime minister netanyahu really broke huge news yesterday as you know that that cachet of documents one hundred thousand plus documents and cd roms that showed that iran has a secret nuclear weapons program that they've been pursuing even after two thousand fifteen when the when obama signed the deal with iran to try to denuclearize their country but what we are going to do today is connect the dots this is major breaking news research what i have here in the next few minutes is alex has invited me on to share this special report is connecting the dots of events that happened from twenty eleven twenty fifteen twenty sixteen and today that show that former president obama transferred military technology to iran transferred illegally laundered money to iran to fund its covert nuclear program laundered uranium nuclear fuel into iran in order to provide them the fuel that they need to build nuclear weapons and then lied to america told america that none of this was happening and won a nobel peace prize for lying to america while arming america's enemies some to break that down for you here over the next few minutes and hours i was going to do this as a counter think episode but i i realize this important this needs to go out right now while you're still going to do that and this is a good launch of counter thank you're gonna take show each week that's going to air after the.

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"mike adams" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mike adams" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well i haven't had it as bad as some people i mean earlier this year people's youtube channels were getting ripped down left and right you know the mike adams from natural news he he's headed youtube channel up for like five or six years i mean most of the content on areas most health related this kind of stuff and they ripped it down for something really ridiculous so thankfully i haven't had to bear the brunt of that i have had though i just transitioned though was on blogger for many years i just moved over to wordpress and i noticed everything that transition google has been playing games and restricting the share ability of my content especially on other social media platforms like facebook and things like that so you know one of my combustion combative techniques for dealing with this so to speak it's to encourage the readership to share things i mean nothing goes better for sharing information like word of mouth so you know if people read an article or if they watch your video or they find a piece of information captivating send it the people that in your social network i don't know if that's email for you or text message or facebook or twitter you know there's a million out there but that's one of the way that i try to get around this is going back to the organic you know the human interaction there has been i mentioned this before the break there has been this trend about dividing the population it doesn't matter what the subject is whether it's sports food airplanes desserts it doesn't matter or conspiracy or politics it doesn't matter what the subject is it's about dividing the commute unity and getting them to fight amongst themselves with trigger words ended it's everywhere it's all over the place.

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"mike adams" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mike adams" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Well i haven't had it as bad as some people i mean earlier this year people's youtube channels we're getting ripped down left and right you know the mike adams from natural news he he's had youtube channel for i think like five or six years i mean most of the content on their most health related this kind of stuff and they ripped it down for something really ridiculous so thankfully i haven't had to bear the brunt of that i have had though i just transitioned was on blogger for many years i just moved over to wordpress and i noticed ever since that transition google has been playing games and restricting the share ability of my contents especially on other social media platforms like facebook and things like this so you know one of my combat combative techniques for dealing with this so to speak is to encourage the readership to share things i mean nothing does better for sharing information like word of mouth so you know if people read an article or if they watch video or they find a piece of information captivating send it the people in your social network i i don't know if that's email for you or text message or facebook or twitter you know there's a million out there but that's one of the ways that i try to get around this is going back to the organic you know the human interaction there has been i mentioned this before the break there has been this trend about dividing the population and doesn't matter what the subject is whether it's sports food airplanes desserts it doesn't matter or conspiracy or politics it doesn't matter what the subject is it's about dividing the community and getting them to fight amongst themselves with trigger words and it's it's everywhere it's all over the place.

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"mike adams" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mike adams" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well i haven't had it as bad as some people i mean earlier this year people's youtube channels we're getting ripped down left and right you know the mike adams from national news he's headed youtube channel up for i think like five or six years i mean most of the content on their most health related this kind of stuff and they ripped it down for something really ridiculous so thankfully i haven't had to bear the brunt of that i have had though i just transitioned or was on blogger for many years i just moved over to wordpress and i noticed ever since that transition google has been playing games and restricting the share ability of my content especially on other social media platforms like facebook like that so you know one of my combat combative techniques for dealing with this so to speak is to encourage the readership to share things i mean nothing those better for sharing information like word of mouth so you know if people reading article or if they watch a video or they find a piece of information captivating send it the people in your social network i don't know if that's email for you or text message facebook or twitter you know there's a million out there but that's one of the ways that i try to get around this is going back to the organic you know the human interaction there has been i mentioned this before the break there has been this trend about debating the population and doesn't matter what the subject is whether it's sports food airplanes desserts it doesn't matter or conspiracy or politics it doesn't matter what the subject is it's about dividing the community and getting them to fight amongst themselves with trigger words and it's everywhere it's all over the place.

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"mike adams" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mike adams" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Of the carolina panthers time now for four domes with voyles our this week's four downs guest is panther safety mike atoms mike first down question i heard you like he do yoga have you found any good places in charlotte yet to do yoga earth is it just during the season they haven't got into yet i have not found a good place i i use the you have a you'll miss structure that come to me and that's how bit have been doing lately so i have not found went out here so you do it discount individual training egypt or do you sometimes go into class had a heated the hot yoga are i do both our go high yoga via will come to me allergy stood at the house and all yeah i do it i haven't done it is much this year because i was banged up a little bit on of comedy back into a second down questions because this is your first season in charlotte what are some of the things maybe you liked insurer let me could restaurants or anything that you found absolutely lot aggressive i like the tried numerous marceau in suggestions let me know all i've been tried god fifty church at tribe fahrenheit or thrive in my given his people poll sponsored by mike adams my mom meals i can't we had a lot of good fair enough a third down question the see here what were you listening on your way into work today i'm usually listening to some type of i see plenty versus jason new album by jd kiss in fact this that's what i usually listen to the more sumpter 410 question what are usually doing at night are you are you watch in something that you readings of them are you doing and when you when you leave work actually i now i am actually watching film and tough obviously really yes i see wash film on the point is so closely when i first get home elected just relax and quite complete silence who nothing no t you know any him and in our and it at that house starts stadium all were sophos i say still league ranked fourteen there four jones with those automated carolina panthers radio network why but toot this is the carolina panthers jumped delta kickoff live from the superdome in new orleans misfit exclusively on the carolina panthers radio make word no always wanted to talk but alex marvels our friend from.

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