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"mike walker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"It would stop him from coming after you know my first vote comment and he but you know he really doesn't have that industry to fall back on right now because grandma and fouchane took a heckler hit by this last hurricane and so he better tighten up on his coach and he's gonna call about Coach oh but but thanks for bringing them one way or something. He's got a seventeen million dollar by that will by a lot of shrimp. You can't imagine. I just wanna buy somebody give me a buyout. I will take a buyout if you if you give me that kind of buyout. But her call your call earlier with matt and You know he said somebody just for lunch. And i've never heard of that. I looked it up. You know it costs two to four thousand dollars according to google to join that site. It's not for just for lunch. I i don't know. I never got further just house. A dating service. High end service in matt might one avoided. I think he needs to let women go awhile. Because when you when you're not looking for one is generally when you can't beat them off of you with the stick. You know what. I'm saying. So until i christian mingle i know Well i think you should telling urban meyer about that site just day. Mingle mike walker and evenings. And i think he's gonna meet girls. Who does it but But but now. I'm getting dalil though. Leo's like a louisiana's version. Of what i like that and those speaking of gm some great. Jim calls yesterday. And today. But i thought well yesterday you see really harsh using the aggressive with your questioning about his age yesterday. I just thought it was only fair. Jim was like i'm significantly older than him. And i just wanted to have that i just wanted to lengthen that combination gyms forty five. Okay well then. Then i am. You look at his new twitter handle. This is sapient. I mean he's got the number forty five in there. Okay and i think that's his age A lot of people put their the day they were the year. They were warned. But i really think it's his age. And did he open up yesterday's call with aloha. I think he did. I was like a supplemental message. I believe i was Watching hawaii five o at the time she was book down a great show today. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much. And i don't know why i always find that. So funny D is up next in georgia holiday. Hey powell been a long time but listening to you almost every day. Coming listening to your show. Seems like all this in Ails conversation kinda faded by the way we always been the transfer portal is going to be the biggest Sukur college football more. So then i jail at basically go take care of sale. What do you think. Well i think. The transfer is the biggest cause of frustration. Right now in college football because players so easily go to it and most unfortunately don't find Anywhere to go In al has not really had an impact yet. players are making some money. Good for them. I i've yet to hear how it's a distraction. Now the question. I have about. Nfl is coming up. We're going to get to a point in the season when things start to go haywire for a couple of clubs I'm talking about those who aren't winning. And and then what happens That's that's still to be determined. We appreciate Appreciate all of your calls. We our guest coming up and then back to the calls. Where here on a wednesday afternoon. Listening to the paul finebaum show podcast back Always great to welcome our friend. Michael e so the program especially well the kentucky wildcats are doing so well. We use sporting it tonight. How are you michael. I'm good man. My team is like exceeding expectations. We just had a big win over a team that has given me trauma for twenty something years call so i am good today. I'm good before we get to to To deepen tour. Obviously we want to. We had something happened a couple of minutes ago. There was quite extraordinary. I want you just to sit tight and listen to this phone. Call in alabama now but originally from kentucky. I was michael's high school. English teacher for two years had him as a junior in academic junior english and in advanced placement senior english. I just wanted to. What did you to give him a message. So proud of him proud for him. Michael is from a small small town in western kentucky and and he has just done marvelous marvelous things. He was a wonderful student. Wonderful person came from a great family and and I'm just really really proud of what he's done and please pass that along to him. We have done this That's that's pretty extraordinary ordinary. That was missed seymour. she did. I took english in english lit for her. My last two years of. I can't remember the last time. I've seen miss seymour or talked to missy more while i was not expecting that at all. That's that that's really cool. I appreciate those kind words. that's awesome. Well we we. We mentioned you. You'd be on and she called in. We just wanted to make sure that You heard that michael. Let's let's let's always we're we're heading The show is heading on on friday. And and of course the sec nation. Show on saturday to lexington. We've been there as you should be. We we've been there through some trying times when rumors were around and coming off losses but You know give us a preview of what's to come because the the catch are on a roll look at. We are basketball school where basketball state that goes without saying. But when you are in the sec there is this inner desire to be legitimate in football as well right especially for kentucky because we've been so dominant basketball we want to be more than respectable and football and for a long time. We haven't been and so for the fan base there to have this opportunity to have that win over florida and a game which is typically paul as you well know again that kentucky which additionally lose right even me watching this game at a restaurant here in connecticut until the final horn the final whistler should say on that fourth down play i just assumed florida's gonna score tied the game goatee and lose because that is the trauma that we have is kentucky fans but this team is different. We've got a great running back. We've got a tremendous receivers gonna play in. The nfl and our quarterback is legit as well. So the offense is there. Defensively has not desens- has not been the issue for the most part through the years. Right so i. I think we're a solid place on both sides of the ball right now typically. We haven't been able to save very often. And if you look at the schedule right now if kentucky beats lsu this weekend. I'm gonna go ahead and give the wins georgia acid okay. They think they are definitely the second team. Country behind alabama but if kentucky's l. Shoe loses the georgia. I don't think there's another team on their schedule. Were kentucky would be considered the underdog so kentucky can go through the whole season with just one win and play in a really good ball. Game of the fan base would go nuts and the thing is as you look at the schedule. That is on the minds of kentucky. Fans going into this lsu game. I promise you every single fan is going to be there field thinking if we'd be. Lsu we run the table after jordan have just one loss. That's what's at stake. And that energy paul is gonna be felt as soon as you arrive in lexington later this week. I promise you that and i'm curious because i mean i. That florida game has been a chamber of rose And and we and the one exception of course but it getting over that I'm curious as a fan. Somebody that's attached to the school like you are What do you think it will do. I think well look. It's going to do more for the fan base than the place. Okay because let's be real. The kids are playing on this team. Now don't remember the chris. During danny werfel play three right so so for them like it. There's been losses but they haven't had the trauma in the trauma is what is you know on the back. I would say the back of every kentucky fans might every time we played florida. It's that trauma. Thankfully these kids don't have that trauma mark stoops doesn't have this trauma right. So they're looking at florida like we should beat this team so they're going to lsu. They're not thinking about the game that they lost. You know back in the day when kentucky had the win and kick it off they get the hail. Mary brash guy. More skits dousing. Yeah they're not thinking about decadent remember. That marks wasn't there for that so they don't have the same trauma that the fans have right is really for the fan base paul to sort of get past this emotional rut. We've been with certain teams in this conference as you make your rounds all over the country doing so many different sporting events. And let's say the conversation turns to mark stoops. I mean to a lot of people. He is still bob. Stoops brother how. How would you describe him.
"mike walker" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
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"mike walker" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"Remains to be seen but Yeah i d like what. I've seen that group in sort of the headliner there. That's going to anger it down. Yeah hopefully he'll finally get a some surrounding pieces around him to make this a respectable defense in one more guy down there on the line that just exactly and maybe that's marlin maybe maybe davidson takes that. Step forward this year I know we will love to see that as a second round. Pick from twenty twenty You mentioned the linebackers and right now you know. If we look at the outside linebackers. We've got dante fowler who we found out not too long ago played through a high ankle sprain through most twenty twenty. Which could explain his really poor performance last year You've got some rotational guys. That are starters like jacob not mariner who funny enough. On the falcons. Depth chart is his own backup. I think they they messed up a little bit. He will be his own backup at outside linebacker. And then you've got the rookie. Who has looked good and camp duty. Cuneo day she. I swear i for some reason. I can get his name but i can't get too. Ot mariner all the time the opposite. I can get him. Because i was up in notre dame and then the inside linebackers which may be a string theory your dion jones way lucan mike walker. Who i think is Looks like he's taking a big leap forward near to. What do you make of the inside and outside linebackers. Do you feel like there is some potential in this group especially some of these young guys. Yeah i personally really like. I mean this is probably the position group..
Mark Walker Says Trump Made Mistake Backing NC GOP Senate Rival
"Me about representative. Mike walker lashing out at club for growth suggesting that trump was misled into endorsing ted bud in the north carolina. Senate race. Well you know this is part of their two parts of this but the one of the parts of this is it's part of genre of trump's never wrong he's only misled and of course in north carolina in the senate race there Rich and birds retiring until you have mark walker ted bud and former governor governor pathak rory trump endorsed early and really without warning. He everybody thought he was gonna take time. Once his daughter-in-law laura trump decided not to run quickly doors representative head but mark walker. Who had been. Tomorrow i'll go asking for trump's support as they all go there and ask for trump support was upset and when i spoke to him on friday. He blamed mark meadows former. North carolina congressman. Turn from white house chief of staff and said he wanted to pay back over a congressional endorsement in the congressional seats in that meadows had vacated now the other part of this is the club the club for growth i consider sort of greybeard of rabble-rousing dc advocacy groups And they have been endorsing and republican primaries. They tend to to endorse republican primaries. Where there's no way. The republican nominee can lose the general election in the texas race. They endorsed susan. Wright the widow of the deceased congress men. And it's jake l. d. Who won and so you know every once in a while. One of trump's endorsement falter and extra comfort growth also has a pretty good record. But you know walker. Accuse them of venus outside. Dc group bundling and dumping a bunch of money into local politics. And i think he's trying to use what happened in texas. And i can't blame him. 'cause you're always looking for something to say that. Look this outsider group meddled in a local ray. They're meddling in our local ace. You shouldn't voters didn't listen to them there and you guys shouldn't listen here
"mike walker" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Wanna talk boy. Honest and We talked about him last week. Going into game four. About how like how locked in he's been in. Brian is use the the matrix moment Metaphor abandoned lebron a couple of different times during these play offs. And the major fina being in around him. These past couple series every game and cnn where he's at mentally especially in the wake of the injury. Why it's it's been really fascinating to watch him in press conferences which an old people can watch tv but We're actually able to be around the players again and to see him every day he comes in and he's just unbelievably relaxed doesn't matter if they went goes magically loose doesn't matter practice day whatever he comes in he's engaging and he's loose and carefree and isn't isn't caught up in what's going on and he's wise he he's he's the he's continuing these centuries long tradition wise greek flops philosophy remember dirk mcmahon he would come in and that series against the heat and he would take the the micro see thank you mike walker lean back and he just like okay. Let's just chilling honestly basketball basketball wise. Obviously they're completely different players but there's so much about jaanus that reminds me of dirk. Justin is his personality has been towd. He his approach. There's a there's kind of a genuine humility. obviously you know the loyalty. They've really just a lot he he. He just reminds me so much and obstacles around dirk honore acis covering them but janas from afar reminds me so much dirt for all those reasons Again not basketball completely totally different players but just in terms of that even their background. These guys both named one of them played like higher level basketball in europe. They're both like you know. Second third division guys. kennedy's unknown. Who they're the mysteries of the draft i am. They're there's they're just so similar just in the way that they are the faces of these franchises And i it's honestly the honest. He's he seems to be a very easy guy for for people root for but despite that he he gets headline lot while the think thing that stood out about him to me he does remind me of dirt to tam even in the journeys at right this point matisse ad in the rough moments he said but the thing the thing that's been so interesting about this run having covered them in the playoffs last year when they lost within the bubble to the raptors ear. Before is this whole team when we get in a tight spot would hyperventilating and collapse old. That was their thing right. They would get in these moments and they couldn't handle it and they they freak out and they would lose and the difference with that. The last couple of years to now is the way janas is approaching things and as the leader of the team. You can just see that kinda call collected sense of. We're gonna figure it out. It's going to be okay doesn't matter what situation is. We're gonna stay in the moment door jobs. It's gonna work out. That's why they're able to come back and beat the nets. it's why they were able to overcome. Maybe getting hurt against the hawks. That's why they were down to all against the sons and came back in this series..
"mike walker" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Spall any represents baltimore. There can't be a greater happenstance than to run into. Cal ripken junior and have him want to chat. So that was and by the way i said this to michael and i said it to my gladwin. The night i called litwin at night when covered him when he worked at the. And i said did you think. I said i thought was really smart. 'cause this plays into my theory that that when you are a young man and you're an athlete you develop only the physical side of everything and then later the emotional and mental side comes to and mike said well. I thought he was sort of smart. But and i gave him. I told him exactly what we talked about. And mike was very gratified to learn. That cal ripken was had had become this. You're not for not incapable of reflection. you just. He said he really ready. I wasn't really introspective at that time. Because mike always want him to talk about the streak and he didn't want to talk about the street. And i said mike it wasn't that he wasn't introspective is at. He didn't want to grow in superstar. Down the manhole that you wanted him to go. So i for me and i don't. We haven't talked about. This cal. Ripken is just a name to you. Know it's it's more than a name for me. So i got to introduce myself and chat briefly with him before end and as i watched you with him i sitting back and i'm a kid again going my dad's targeted calorie. Ask me a man of fifty fifty one now. That dude was it for me. First of all there was no a little bit older around sixty. Yeah if i had to guess. I can google it but no baseball in dc. Obviously for me growing up so the orioles were my team and that guy was just older enough that he and he was mr baseball when i was growing up. And that was the guy you completely idolize wanna be. I would be a sixteen year old boy around. You never considered that. This is going to happen. That you're going to be sitting around and chatting with someone and in really enjoying the conversation really enjoying it and thinking. Wow what am i doing. I i do not ever imagine that's going to happen but it's it's surprising to me to hear you say that because it's something that happens for you. It happens all the time. But i never expect it or think. It's going to had told michael this. The last time i was down at emerald dunes speaking of baseball in baltimore baseball. Who'd i run into in the lobby and have a twenty minute. Chat with jim palmer and jim palmer is brilliant. This is not. You know their categories when you're a sports writer. They're smart for an athlete. And they're smart. Jim palmer quotes dostoevsky to you jim palmer's really smart satellite dusty baker sorta like how by the wasting. We'll be twenty one the end of august so you you nailed that sixty sixty always six. Yeah that's so well so yeah so. That's very cool. What a great day had to do it together and by the way if you if you get a chance to go to the bmw go and develop caves. It's great. And when. I say if you get a chance the bmw dealers around here. They've all got tickets. They want you to go you know. They want to buy a car. Yeah get tickets and throw it in. I wore my own. bmw hat. so i saw the hat is that yours was okay. I didn't know if that. When i got the. W i gotta had no mike walker who got the bmw from. Jackie walker's brother. Mike is bmw. Fairfax right and not only did he gave me two hats. And then i i really presidencies named after mike. Welcome to get only name to get golf balls with bmw logo. He's only give me a coupla sleeves. I could use a catch up. Yeah he can. It's the opportunity is there. We'll take a break when we come back bill simmons. He's going to join us. I'm tony.
"mike walker" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"mike walker" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Now, as I sit here in my living room, looking at my fresh new copy of the National Enquirer. It reminds me of a conversation I had with the late great Mike Walker, who was the gossip editor of the National Enquirer, and I asked him one day. You guys break so many stories. How is it that one newspaper breaks all of these stories? And he said, Well, we have a little secret. I said. What's that? He said celebrities and athletes and politicians are typically abusive to wait staff at restaurants or hotels. Various places where they shop, and they also if they're not being abusive to them, they kind of forget that they're there, and they just do whatever it is that they're going to do, and they treat them like they don't have eyes and ears. And they're a piece of furniture and those people, the waiters, the bartender's The Cleaning Lady's the door. Men were the ones that were the sources for so many of the National Enquirer stories as they say the walls talk. Well, we've had any number of politicians in California getting caught doing things that they were telling us that we shouldn't do, including Ward Newsom, who got caught at the French laundry London Breed the mayor of San Francisco. She got caught at the French laundry. Locally. We had Sheila Cule the same day after she voted to shut down restaurants in L. A county. She was having dinner alfresco at her favorite Italian joint in Santa Monica. Well in each one of those cases, the wall spoke and they spoke to Fox Elevens film Illusion who's kind enough to join us build happy Friday. Happy Friday to you, John. Thanks for having me you're talking to a lot of walls these days. You know the world. We're doing a lot of talking now. This is a strange situation because it's not. I don't don't get the impression that these politicians were abusive to the people at the restaurant. But the people of the restaurant looking at the news, they know that these politicians are shutting them down. And then they're doing things that they're telling us not to do. It's got to be unbelievably frustrating for them. Yeah, absolutely. And with the Sheila Cule case in particular someone blew up on that one from folks within the restaurant industry. Obviously, they were pissed off because of what just happened. Just she had just voted to shut him down and said their industry was quote a most dangerous situation. And then word gets around that that same night. Just a few hours. He goes and dines outdoors so that that spread around pretty quickly. Got the tip on that. And, you know, rest is history on that one. Same thing with Governor Newsome. We got in touch with Ah, young lady who was there that night Having dinner that night, Governor Newsome was You saw what was going on and snap some photos and rest is history on that one as well. You know, So much of local politics flies under the radar where people don't even know what city they live in half the time. They have no idea who their councilman is, who their congressman is. They just don't pay attention to it. I think part of the reason is that so many people in California are from someplace else. And they didn't come here because politics is a blood sport. They came here. For their job or the weather, or whatever million different reasons. This story, the story of Newsome at the French Laundry, and even Sheila Cule at the restaurant in Santa Monica spread like wildfire. Not only did it cut through all the noise in California It went all across the nation. I was in Florida last week, and people were asking me about Newsome and Sheila Cule. Yeah. No. Trust me when I got those photos of the governor, um, my job before first off, I said, you've got to be kidding me. The first thing I thought was, how do I know these photos are real and we're taking you know recently rather than you know, a year ago or something, there's nobody had a freaking mask on. And once we confirmed everything and talk to the girl, and we put the story out, I have never Had one of my social media posts explode the way it did. My phone wouldn't open Mike Mike Twitter APP was lacking the whole phone. It was in every newspaper the next day, and it goes to what you're saying. Most. Most of the time, people kind of are paying a whole lot of attention to politics, politicians, but They're forced to right now, because we're all in the same boat together a bipartisan vote of frustration in California what you've never ending lockdown that change from week to week. He's constantly changing. Edicts were doing one thing. One week. Another thing another was And then when we see the leader of our state who is the one dictating all of these different edicts? Telling us Don't group together for Thanksgiving. Don't gather with other household With that photo. It was just like a boiling over a frustration and it there was bipartisan outrage. It wasn't just conservatives who are ticked off. If there were a lot of Democrats that photo, this kind of encapsulated the ongoing hypocrisy that we're sitting not just here in California, but really across the entire country, and that photo That's going to be tied to the governor for a very long time throughout the rest of his political career. Oh, that's gonna be a paragraph in his own bed. Sticking with him forever. Now were you able to take a look at the receipt? Because I want to know how he racked up a $17,000 booze bill because I couldn't drink with the best of them. And I've racked up some pretty big bills in my time. But $17,000. My guess is the wine wasn't coming from the vintage sellers of the A. M P. M. Yeah. I never got a chance to look at the receipts. I know the press corps up in the up north is taking a look at that. However, um, the woman we interviewed who snapped the photos told us the group was very drunk. Very loud. Lot of alcohol flowing so Yeah, I don't I don't think they were Sipping on smearing off from the local 7 11, or you know they I'm sure they were. They were paying top dollar for that. What is it? $300 and entrees dinner? Oh, yeah. 3 50. Here's another thing. We keep hearing about the booze bill. Didn't he go to rehab for alcoholism at some point in the past? I don't know. I'm not sure I'm almost completely sure he did. I guess it didn't take Yeah, I'm not sure. I'm not entirely sure on on his whole background when it comes to that. Another story that's cutting through the noise is this disastrous? D A. That we elected in Los Angeles County, George Gas gone that is getting all kinds of national play. Well, I don't know if you saw But just in hour ago I put out a story. He just called a 1 80 on. You know, two days ago, he said there was gonna be no exception to his stripping of enhancements. Well, he's eat this reverse course today put out a directive that got leaked to me to all of his Deputy D A, saying he will now allow enhancements on hate crimes. On south of use crime, human trafficking some financial crimes, So it's not everything, but it's certainly a change from no exceptions. Just two days ago, there's been a hell of a lot of blowback. L'm illusion from Fox 11 news KT. TV channel 11, You're doing great stuff. Keep it up. Thank you, sir. I appreciate it all right, and have a wonderful weekend. It's 2 44. Let's take a look at the roads. BC DEPENDABLE TROPIC East L A SIG Alert The five North founded Dittmann crash with an overturned.
"mike walker" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"They're also empowered them out. Dini took to in the defense. Bob also gone at daniel maldini to Partner is data for back nicely communicative exercise. Yeah i've got a lot of spanish flavor. Piler in the middle of the scots tiago and chubby lonzo ball so we're gonna dominate possession. And i've also gone for marcus. I'm on the wing. Because i am mattie enough of marcus turab always love millions around four g arena on the other sides keeping in keeping the pundits liter konica and on promise that because way done in the team cam on and i've come for erling haaland up top definitely in one year year and a half done way. More evidence roy keane sidekick actually what working terms and I've gone for him in on the In the Kind of too young for that picture. Very very nice. Nearly when nearly be casse landa. His dad was a footballer. But so yes it's taboo currency. Then i'll stick a bomb young in all right Excellent choice to sick for i had laid to former this yemen's look mixture of nostalgia. Interesting fine so keeper. Ian walker Father mike walker. X. ashburton manager and goalkeeper himself. I also went for stephen beckenbauer. Jimmy yeah yeah so it was really interesting. also back. Free of sim beckenbauer rafael marquez. Mexican santa gold his take on base. Well cups cups ever. It doesn't age ever and my also rank. Pack is a curveball. Actually because he's not necessarily professional biennium since semi pro. But some marker you is Is a is a teacher place and plays football in south west peninsula and is that is nikki mafia spray for blackburn rovers when the primarily so she honed. Cargo and plymouth altemus talgo go right midfield of conflict a pepper. Masha son of one of my favorite italian plays angela. Delivery areas lorenzo delivered alongside This is more conic really. It goes by Satires olivera the iconic celebration of the better in the ninety four world cup where he scores to defeat the netherlands. Three two it is yes. His sons pavetti sun emit field and if going full of a broader partnership. Because it couldn't decide. Between hey of michael and brian laudrup out on the left. Flank of name kenya out on the flanks of got john mina because when i find that his the father was footballer all my championship manager excitement just overflight and upfront went for radha malcolm because quality shout gay just on your show they were for beto and will pick tiago see. His brother is senior. And regina and guys data zeno who was one of the other guys. Who did the baby celebration with love. Lovely so lovely. Frank lampard is listening to this is specimen him jamie redknapp. By fort lewis. Schuman's art got an all english team and those on the bench of own. English here gives you all interesting. Sorry is all should say. It's not owning wrong because it's mainly all people who played in the premier league's got cash. Bush goal alex bruce son of a don l. furlong pole furlong and harvey never Sano fail the back. Scott gammel and torment in midfield one one wing pulled out leash the other wing shaun wright-phillips the deadly three up front of davonte colts around tarrifs campbell whose kevin and toiler walker son of says walker and then on the bench for that team. I'd probably wright-phillips funds on frank lampard and jamie redknapp and manager. Of course is darren ferguson..
"mike walker" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast
"On the line with Mica coppins and independent voice you X. Strategist and designer, , and also the creator of the voice acts designed sprint. . Based in Paris and France, , just like me at Mike has adapted Google sprint method for voice design giving you a clip process go from idea the validated case to prototype. . So you'RE GONNA learn all about <hes> collection of games and interactive exercises that form the voice ex design sprint. . These are things that you can use in your own voice design sprints in the office even at home when you're building <hes> cutting edge voice APPS. . So Mike Walker to the show. . Thank you. . Thank you call. That . is the most magnificent introduction I've ever heard. . My pleasure. . Great to have you on the on the finally I know we've we've already met in person. . You see you're in. . You're in Taras even presented on stage at one point at together. . Yes you did. . We had the chance to talk about voice together at a sloppy witches of French you ex <hes> association <hes> was really interesting. . We also did a voiceprint challenged right after that which is shortens learners voice exercises to give me a taste of what they can do in a very short amount of time. . started. . Yeah I remember that's fantastic. . So you can definitely <hes> we can talk about as well as greater to join you on stage to give a presentation to the French crowd about voice <hes>. . Yes it was a great experience and let's go straight into the the design San. . Maybe we could maybe you could give an outline of what the the Google Sprint was the main the core concepts though that come into these and how <hes> then the voice ex designs Bryn adopt style though the the unique elements of the the the voice focused presents. . Yes of course. . So the design sprint <hes> is a matter that was developed by J snap. . while. . He was at go. . and. . That is now majorly adopted as row a digital industry. . To make better products foster signs, , the pitch of all this of designers sprint, , which is different from an agile sprints at the design. Sprint . is really diving deep and focused during. . Short amount of time what writers like or five days out with a multidisciplinary team, , and you go from just a challenge, , a problem to a prototype solution that was tested with users. . Okay. . That's that's the main contact. . The real strength of the design sprint is the fact that you have everyone in the room or a very focused worked together. . A short period of time. . That allows you to align teams better to make savvy unreal progress and you have user input from the very beginning of when you start bling your product. . Go to, , yes. . Very us a century focused exactly exactly and it also helps teams within companies aligned. . So it's Good for companies and for end users, , which is all like was everything I feel very passionate about. . So perhaps. . I can tell you about how the voice actor designs sprint came to be, , which were also explained how it is different from regular design sprint. . Yeah. . Definitely. . Go ahead. . So. . I started out consulting employs <hes> from the very very beginning that voice became a more. . More of the things that say so in Lhasa believes definitely gaining popularity although voice has existed for. . A lot longer than EGO. . Are? ? Present And <hes> I saw a few problems I started consulting with companies star Knobs, , and those problems were one. No . one really had a clue <hes> of how much. . Artificial intelligence could do or not do <hes> for voice applications that was like one challenge I soul the second challenge I saw his because. . Some people knew other people did know. . Everyone had different ideas at team alignment was very, , very difficult around these new projects. . One of by <hes> one of my clients actually one day said, hey, , , here's a pedia. . You can feed it to the machine and he saw that conversation with just magically start. . So because of that. . Difficult team alignment, , revenue voice technology not everyone had the same knowledge which was really a a gap that needed bridging. . Not. . Enough user input because it wasn't new technology was very often about getting the technical goal prototypes right So definitely user centrists also something I was of getting worried about. . And so Because I wanted to make sure that these innovation products moved at the pace that they needed to move. . For them to stay in alternative and not to be an officer saw. . What everything had already happened I thought. Okay. . . Well, , I need to be looking at the methodology. . Dad Does these things that team alignment and speed And so the designs sprint nationally came to mind because that's exactly that that's what it says sold. . Big Problems. . In just five days that's seems beach of did sign sprint say yeah. Just . how to look at the Google side and. . The sprint book suggests that Yeah Five Day process for answering critical business questions through design prototyping and testing ideas with customers allows you to forward into the future to see your finished product and customer reactions before making any expensive commitments. . That's the key point rights before you build a product or we spend a lot of money on it, , you WanNa everyone in the room you want to get those those insights as quickly as possible. .
Voice X Design Sprint - Maaike Coppens
"On the line with Mica coppins and independent voice you X. Strategist and designer, and also the creator of the voice acts designed sprint. Based in Paris and France, just like me at Mike has adapted Google sprint method for voice design giving you a clip process go from idea the validated case to prototype. So you'RE GONNA learn all about collection of games and interactive exercises that form the voice ex design sprint. These are things that you can use in your own voice design sprints in the office even at home when you're building cutting edge voice APPS. So Mike Walker to the show. Thank you. Thank you call. That is the most magnificent introduction I've ever heard. My pleasure. Great to have you on the on the finally I know we've we've already met in person. You see you're in. You're in Taras even presented on stage at one point at together. Yes you did. We had the chance to talk about voice together at a sloppy witches of French you ex association was really interesting. We also did a voiceprint challenged right after that which is shortens learners voice exercises to give me a taste of what they can do in a very short amount of time. started. Yeah I remember that's fantastic. So you can definitely we can talk about as well as greater to join you on stage to give a presentation to the French crowd about voice Yes it was a great experience and let's go straight into the the design San. Maybe we could maybe you could give an outline of what the the Google Sprint was the main the core concepts though that come into these and how then the voice ex designs Bryn adopt style though the the unique elements of the the the voice focused presents. Yes of course. So the design sprint is a matter that was developed by J snap. while. He was at go. and. That is now majorly adopted as row a digital industry. To make better products foster signs, the pitch of all this of designers sprint, which is different from an agile sprints at the design. Sprint is really diving deep and focused during. Short amount of time what writers like or five days out with a multidisciplinary team, and you go from just a challenge, a problem to a prototype solution that was tested with users. Okay. That's that's the main contact. The real strength of the design sprint is the fact that you have everyone in the room or a very focused worked together. A short period of time. That allows you to align teams better to make savvy unreal progress and you have user input from the very beginning of when you start bling your product. Go to, yes. Very us a century focused exactly exactly and it also helps teams within companies aligned. So it's Good for companies and for end users, which is all like was everything I feel very passionate about. So perhaps. I can tell you about how the voice actor designs sprint came to be, which were also explained how it is different from regular design sprint. Yeah. Definitely. Go ahead. So. I started out consulting employs from the very very beginning that voice became a more. More of the things that say so in Lhasa believes definitely gaining popularity although voice has existed for. A lot longer than EGO. Are? Present And I saw a few problems I started consulting with companies star Knobs, and those problems were one. No one really had a clue of how much. Artificial intelligence could do or not do for voice applications that was like one challenge I soul the second challenge I saw his because. Some people knew other people did know. Everyone had different ideas at team alignment was very, very difficult around these new projects. One of by one of my clients actually one day said, hey, here's a pedia. You can feed it to the machine and he saw that conversation with just magically start. So because of that. Difficult team alignment, revenue voice technology not everyone had the same knowledge which was really a a gap that needed bridging. Not. Enough user input because it wasn't new technology was very often about getting the technical goal prototypes right So definitely user centrists also something I was of getting worried about. And so Because I wanted to make sure that these innovation products moved at the pace that they needed to move. For them to stay in alternative and not to be an officer saw. What everything had already happened I thought. Okay. Well, I need to be looking at the methodology. Dad Does these things that team alignment and speed And so the designs sprint nationally came to mind because that's exactly that that's what it says sold. Big Problems. In just five days that's seems beach of did sign sprint say yeah. Just how to look at the Google side and. The sprint book suggests that Yeah Five Day process for answering critical business questions through design prototyping and testing ideas with customers allows you to forward into the future to see your finished product and customer reactions before making any expensive commitments. That's the key point rights before you build a product or we spend a lot of money on it, you WanNa everyone in the room you want to get those those insights as quickly as possible.
"mike walker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"75 North bound, threw Marietta Kennesaw Nak Worth 5 75 cleaned up at a cob into Cherokee County triple team traffic. 95 15 ws already is only five day forecast. Who's WSB meteorologist Kirk Melon? No big changes What I've been saying for a couple of days now, three day rainfall totals by the end of the day Friday. 2 to 4 inches on average, but with isolated six inch plus totals possible Ah Flash flood Watch for the entire area. Two PM Wednesday until a M Friday. Tonight. Mostly cloudy alot around 65 in AA Tomorrow cloudy, breezy times. Showers 70% likely at times during the day 90% overnight high 70 low 66 For Thursday cloudy, breezy rain 100% likely heavy at times flooding possible high 74 low 66 on Friday a 50% chance of a shower. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. High 74 loads 62. My exclusive five day forecast for the weekend. Mostly clouded. Partly cloudy Saturday. Mostly sunny Sunday, much less humid highs around 73 lows around 55 71 degrees and 609. I'm Chris Chandler 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk The Mark Arum Show brought to you by engineered Solutions of Georgia filmmaker inducting the baseball team in 1997. You are listening to the Markham show. What other show? Would you listen to stuff? See 71 degrees on beat Street Street five on the market and show back sweat meter. It's feels amazing Outside. Been outside yet Deborah Green. Yes, in and out of the building. So refreshing out there That will change. Just heard Kirk Mellish. We're monitoring Hurricane Sally. We're going to get a lot of rain here. Kirk Militia of the very latest tomorrow morning at Atlanta's Morning news with Scott's late in case things move along. This is a story I heard about this morning on Channel two action news this morning, and I hate these stories because they're just awful. But I want to talk about it because I think it might help educate folks out there to help folks preventing. Ah, prevent themselves getting scammed Joining us from Channel two Our buddy Mike. Pathetic Mike Walker with show buddy. How are you? Game and first things first. Maazel tov to you on the natural. Thank you, my friend. Yeah, it was. Ah, It was a small affair. But it was beautiful and ah,.
"mike walker" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Four men are deities. Their godlike. They've got Maurin formacion than anyone else in the world. I'm talking about the tech Giants. The CEOs of Facebook, The CEO of Apple, the CEO of Apple Bet at that alphabet, just which is the parent company of Google and the CEO of Amazon with Jeff Basins. These people know more about you. These people know more about your neighbors. They know more about your habits. They know more about your private life than anyone, And you think it's just the United States? It is the entire world. They know everything about everyone. So it is. It makes me giggle. They're dragged before a congressional hearing today, especially the judicial Committee in the in the House because it's run by Jerry Nadler in they're morons. Hey, it's it's embarrassing. It's embarrassment. Just like just like Bill Bar yesterday was a complete embarrassment. They embarrassed themselves. They treated him like garbage, but everyone in this is kind of way is different. Everyone in the room had a bone to pick with certain sit with e CEOs. Whether it was the Democrats site that had a bone to pick with Facebook and allowing Russia to come steal you should I can say with a straight face steal the election from Hillary Clinton. And on the Republican side, it is Google and Twitter and Facebook. Censoring conservative thought. And I did give I gave the Republicans. Some credit. I especially gaze met Gates from Florida is usually very fired up. Very animated. He was very respectful in his questioning. Much unlike the Democrats yesterday with Bill Bar But he was very respectful of his questions, especially when he was going after the CEO of Google. And asking him essentially when you allow Humans. We allow your employees. The sensor Kant sensor content. You're allowing them to interfere and meddle in this election, And it's not just my view. Mike Walker came out and was a whistle blower indicating that the manual blacklist targets that Google specifically goes after are those who support President Trump who hold a conservative viewpoint and he left your company in 20 out 2019 because he was speaking out against the outrage, Mob. So can you see? How would you empower individuals some of the same Individuals that project Veritas has exposed is labeling people as terrorists who say Make America great again. I support the president that that in fact be the very election interference that we're concerned about is that you're using your market dominance in search. Two accomplished out election interference. That is a fantastic question is is well formed. Take the election interference that you say you're trying Teo get rid of getting wiped from your social media platform. When you empower individual, especially the ones that are still activists or the ones that want to be activists. You empower them with this kind of thing. You in your own right are interfering in the election. And if you Kind of look behind the scenes. You don't know exactly what Google is doing. And I'm not alleging some conspiracy theory here. It's just that, like Mike said, they have a ton of power, and with that power comes The idea that if they are politically motivated, it would not be very difficult for them to alter search queries or hide things in the search results. I mean, that seems pretty obvious to me. And then you add on Facebook and you had in Twitter and you add, and you know, all of you in What we see what they have in common with with the Democrat Party is doing right now is essentially trying to cancel thought. Cancel. Father thought other than what they are like where normal you guys are all crazy by labeling us. His conspiracy theorists or Rocco's or Racists are homophobes in that Allows them to cancel the thought without having to explain it because the debate is gone because these companies can and have the power to now the challenges their private companies. And they can technically do that, because it's their platform in Google because it's owned by Google and their shareholders can essentially Do that. It's a free service. It is. It's a free service. But if you think about what We have rules federal broadcast given FCC Very communications have rules for how radio stations operate. I wonder if we're going to move in that direction. Now the Democrats never regulated because they don't have to. They want to. Democrats want to make it make the Internet a utility. They want to be able to regulate, not just social media. Forget about their they tip of the iceberg but not regulated as far as how thought ISS theywant to regulated as faras pricing in who has access to it. But you know that regulated as Faras thought once they have alliances on their side, right? Jim Jordan had a great question, especially when it came to Ah, censorship of certain thought and not another chick of these examples. Just last week, 21st July 20 1st is what Twitter did. The leader of Iran Islamic Republic of Iran, this's.
"mike walker" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"Girl talk. Struggled talk with. I know I'm like sweet. Amazing husband is is Over here I got tissues right by the bedside baby I love you. That's sweet that you have empathy. But Oh wow okay so excited because to add this fun ness we have Teddy Mellencamp on the show and I think this is like kind of a little surprise there because she is Sarah our guest co host who was so brave and just shared about her miscarriage on the show that she just recently went through over Easter. She's a huge real housewives fan so this is kind of like a surprise but also let's talk about the struggle you know a of. I wanted to say like I'm so sorry and I feel you and I know there's no words that anybody can say that make you feel better but it's also nice to meet you nice to meet you and I literally was just telling them like I cry. I'm not a crier but I was like crying in bed for like two weeks and I think all I did was watch bravo like a part of me was like I need to like reach out to Andy and be like you are saving lives. Everywhere is so true though. Like people who don't watch don't get like like. I'm surprised fanatic. I watch it all and so like thank you for helping me get through this. You know. It's a nice escape to realize thank goodness that is not my life it really ya I will. I really enjoy watching. Sarah I gotta say and you have. You're going to be so incredibly proud of me but I just watched the last four. I know I know of Beverly Hills. Housewives like yeah. Are you so proud? Yeah and I like Teddy's my girl like I feel like Teddy. You're so misunderstood like your misunderstood like season. Well Yeah I watched the one where she was crying at the table. Okay down. I don't know if it's because of what I went through but when in looked at you instead and then I found out you were pregnant I was to I don't hi it's laughable. Well Arriaga what's next moment where I was completely losing it? And then you know when you're really about to lose it and somebody says guys she's about to cry been. You're I was so angry that that's me like when someone's like you're about to cry aren't you? Know makes me cry them Morton. I wanted to be there so bad that table and be like shut. You are so mean like like in. Just take your hand in his company. Just get out of there. I was so angry. I from like a you know all the emotions then when I watched it back and I looked at what my husband was doing during it. Just eating breakdown like get that lost by no means him in. There was only he goes. I just kept hoping that it kept eating would all stop. That's exactly what I would do that. Stephanie Member and Stephanie. Pratt and I had that thing happened in in in California. We're like arguing with. I've never gotten into a fight with anyone in my life. Besides yours awesome now looking like it kind of felt good for sticking them for myself and she was. I was like no and she goes down to Mike and he's eating something and just like what's going on and I'm just like you know and then you're like struggling Vince. Mira Mike Walker. She's my wife. I'm going to back her up. Yeah also I think to. Y'All's credit you guys are strong independent women were like. Hey y'all got it. There's nothing that we can say as your husband that is more effective than probably what y'all are doing when she said you're gonNA cry. It's like I felt that in my gut because that is what someone's like are you okay. Are you crying? And I'm like or if somebody tells you to relax all your debt. You're dead ball. He was quiet during the whole thing but then of course on the car ride home. He's like you know. Maybe you overreacted and I was like I wanNA hear. How do you deal with the criticism? I know we were texting the other day because You know. Trolls can be kind mean. And sometimes when you're on an you know a huge show like that people can say oh you know you're this and you're that and it's like. I can only imagine if Mike and I are ever do that show. It's you know. I I see the the comments that they do on the podcast onto hard. It's like they don't see that inside of every single day and you know we're just trying to have a personality in the fun and it can be taken so out of context. And how do you deal with that when it's you know your your life is on the TV and then you're having to read these these comments about that? You now your husband too much. It's like what what wife doesn't Nag their husband. You know what I think the first thing that I always try to remember as I signed up to be myself. And that's the good the bottom the ugly and they are. They're never going to edit you to be somebody that you're not but they're going to focus on something that you are so like. I'm tied Bay and you're not gonNA ever miss that. They are going to focus in on that every single time. No make that like I can kind of make fun of myself or not take myself too seriously are like laughing or those types of things so what? I try to do in regards to like the social media. Trolls is like I play into it so they were brutal cried navy. What's wrong with you so then I make my entire instagram. All about songs about crybabies and that's amazing and just like pride at that because like here you know it is is like especially when it comes to breaking down and being emotional. I would rather be that than somebody that out myself and putting on show to be on your show Sarah before we get into the the infertility. Miscarriages do you. Do you have a a question about the Beverly Hills Housewives? I just I mean no. I'll ask one question. Do you does it. Because you already filmed. Was it so different building without Lisa vendor pro like was it like felt I think their biggest thing that was fell and I do not know if it's because she's gone or not is that I got to know all the other women better like. Everybody seems like their guard was down. That also could be. It's my third season or it's because they were protecting themselves or whatever it may be but I mean regardless of Lisa van pumping. They're not. I mean we're still fighting honestly been By now that she's gone. You know like we not but I think I do have stronger relationships with some of them even if you don't see it so much. Yeah I have to tell Janet Janet. I Dunno he saw. There's a scene where they don't show the whole thing but it's a flashback of teddy telling Kyle Kyle's for US run Teddy's Jelly file that she's pregnant and kyle weeks. How in like so happy and starts bawling crop literally when I watched them like dots like Jan. I'm GonNa like sit her down and she's GonNa lose it but like how happy and excited Kyle for years like Oh my God. That's jam because like Kyle's like in a different days Older kids if she was passed. It and I was like that excitement that I saw like. Oh One thousand percent but I know tiny use struggled to to conceive And did you was your miscarriage. Ivf was after. So I had so. I couldn't get pregnant at all naturally prior to slate and then with slate I got pregnant doing the first shot but I had been doing treatments. Were probably a year. You know like Clo- mid which I call it. Have you been all of that? And then I had the PA- gesture on shots in the ASS. Where Gavin sit down. I bought steroids. Like all of those types of things I did and then the first time I got pregnant with slight within some nation And then with crews It just wasn't the same and we were going through. I and I think I did like I did so many rounds of IV IVF. It was to the point where my mom I mean my my parents. My Mom My Dad. My husband were like you can't do it again. like you're like this is your final time and I remember feeling like all of these crazy motions. I almost like hit it from my husband because I want. I didn't want him to report back to the doctor or my like family. Like I don't think she can do another round. But it makes you crazy. I remember how crazy I felt an out of body. And it's I you try to control it but it's almost impossible and especially when you're going to the doctors and you're reading numbers and you're trying to track like is this. Is it going to be viable this time? Or you're such a mind game and it's so emotional and you just want to be able to control something you can't control and you know it's really hard to have faith in those moments. I think and you know I I truly fell like I wish I had the same mindset that I do now I was open and I shared with people what I was going through. A new how commented actually is in how many women does happen too. Because I didn't talk to anybody and just like went into a depression over at because I didn't want like have that moment where I had to satellite. I'm broken. I feel completely broken because this is all we want. This is you know and and we can't do it So I I think that it's one of the hardest things that you can go through but it's also one of the most amazing things you know with time it just like we. It's not going to be on our time schedule. There's no perfect time like when people say everything about having kids time just not right. There's no perfect time especially when you deal with these obstacles and you know how difficult it can be anti going through what you've been through. What would you say to someone like Sarah who just experienced this for the very first time like looking back? Now what would you say to Sarah or anybody else's dealing with this I would save you know? The first thing is like be open with I. I assume you're married Be Open with your husband and say how you're feeling or what you need in that moment An and let it all out and also the biggest thing is. Nobody's going to tell you how to feel. Nobody's email you that this is how you should be feeling right now or it's GonNa feel better next time or that. They have a good feeling about next time. It's all going to Piss you off. Yeah like the biggest thing is just continue on knowing that when the when the timing aligns. When it's going to happen it's going to happen. And that's the only thing that keeps you and going and you know as I wish. I don't know I could do it any differently than I did before but I wish I would have taken a breath during at all. I wish I would have gone. It's going to be okay. We're going to be okay instead of just living in in that anxiety in that pressure and all that that I did to myself I my gut feel like I made it harder. But it's so hard when you want that family will like all I do. There's nothing to do so all day. I'm on Google all day..
An in Depth Look at Gate.Io Cryptocurrency Exchange With CMO Marie Tatibouet
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It's very very much so warlick's offering module trading on and what level of modulators orders right So for more than trading we offer two hundred so that's quite strong in on all of the margin trading it is unclear to we do not handle anything we just take a fee of but It actually means that if you do more lending You can earn up to to seventy three percent annual returns per year. That's not all the time. Jose depends obviously when there's a origin bitcoin people want to typically want to borrow USD t to To Buy Bitcoin and then they return it. And and did you can make a Lotta money actually from just doing margin lending. Wow that's pretty special. So what are you guys do in the way of helping other tribal base it looks obviously respected. Elected is Mike Walker's lost to US exclusively volatilities inside we educate people we teach them how to try. What are you guys doing to do so help it become educated on so on our one of our trading platforms for perpetual contracts? We actually have a task last night so I think really important because when you do a perpetual contracts your I mean it's it's very high risk right so oh you want to make sure that you know what you're doing so we really encourage anybody who's not like a professional professional trader to I. Try everything out. Yeah and you're able to you know type things out. We all come out with like educational videos and stuff like that and we're always looking to pair up with like influencers to To kind of show how you can use as the platform in general we've seen users find the platform easy to use And everything can be automated for placing orders and stuff like that so Yeah I think traders find the platform really great invited if I raised in order to stop close links to older as well as well. Well I I if I get triggered tried to stop and think sleeping. Yes ourself accountable. Important function for sure will realize how long Obviously you're doing something right. Where are you based out? All remaining speaking with a little bit is as we do. It's just interesting to see where the action set up the show. Whereabouts really sort of? I guess exchanged friendly out there. So we have offices in Korea and Canada in Malta in Singapore and in China and and we serve Are Three million users in over thirty countries around the world so Be Close for while to a a certain countries where we've reopened up because you know we've taken precautions when it comes to regulation So in general. We're taking if you look at southeast. Asia is one of our big biggest markets. I think in general this market street. We're always looking to do new partnerships and and explorer Newton's work in the states with another traded in the US to access do next. Is there a way around rather than because of too hot too hot books four. US Traders Margin trading is closed unfortunately But it as soon as regulation comes up we will definitely Be adding that feature. I know it's one of the most popular features it's wild to because in the the US trade revenues of anything really look shares bonds commodities. I let us leverage and a great deal of leverage. Why would we see this space to acids assist me? Anything different markets market. I just I understand whether to shut that down. Everything else has gone so melting Rainsy Saga Dick Yasu research on God. So what would you and exciting things coming up for so get the Myo is a centralized wise exchange but we are going to be launching or new blockchain at the end of this year. That will also be fuelling or decentralized exchange so one of the common misconceptions exceptions that we see in the industry is that people feel like centralized exchanges are trying to keep their funds and that can be further from the truth because any eh quality exchange would rather you keep your funds in your own wallet because actually it provides us with more risk in more liability so we always he's encouraged users to keep Funds Safe and so our blockchain the real innovation is that there's going to be standard wallet. Let so you know the typical wallet just like you see when you keep your bic. BTC You know any other cryptocurrency but we're also creating a vault account account revolt wallet and in this Wallet you're going to be able to revoke transactions transactions unless you sort of slow going but he's like cozy issues when people buy something and it's like how do we get around that. Okay okay so a very very great question We obviously recommend that when you trade a revolt account you trade to your standard account from the standard janitor count you will then trade with other people is we'll be written in the tax. Id Revoke -able transaction So people will know that this transaction can be revoked. Vote but why is this important of the Volta Count is important because you can keep your funds safe if hackers come in and steal your funds uh-huh or if you are a little forgetful and you forget your private key as long as you've signed up with a gate chain and put a password and stuff like that you're going to be able to revoke those transactions. You're going to be able to retrieve those so we are solving a huge industry problem. Well that's really exciting. I mean and everything else. We've spoken pretty cool. That's really really exciting to give us That safety that feeling of confidence around there are digital asset amateur. Able it really takes away. 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"mike walker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Trucks green your call home no still the comet we're. Abbas so the faster you I'm going to drink a coke with peanuts in it for the first time ever and that damn green we're gonna talk about party in the kitchen a big food event tomorrow night. in the A. T. L. very excited about that taking your calls now though I was the big breaking news the the phone transcript released today of president trump and the president of not Zaire Ukraine Ukraine and now the whistle blower report has been given to the congressional. five committees to to go over it still classified so we don't know any about that if if you again as the phone calls can tell if you support president trump this doesn't change your mind if you don't like president trump this doesn't change your mind Bolger see let's just let this play out let's just let this play out and see what happens but but I want to talk about in regards to this is have you ever been a whistle blower and the big line in the phone conversation was president trump asking a favor of the president of Ukraine what's the biggest favor you've ever been asked and what's the biggest favor you've ever ask someone for all four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred W. S. B. talk Rhonda joins us on the market I'm show hello Rhonda. Hey mark how are you excellence going on. I'm just trying to grab my white threat Lana be safe. yeah. not not bomb when you did you need to make sure that you take small steps and don't put a man right before you do it let them soak okay it'll be it'll bubble and it'll choke yeah so should I drink some a coke first empty the bottle little bit and then put the peanuts in. what I would yeah all right there we go dead yeah we got some we're gonna Facebook live this by the way okay did you ever watch liberty surely love laverne and Shirley. did you ever try Pepsi in mail hell no not a chance in heck no no no no no that does. yeah I I will not drink Pepsi milk I will not drink beer and tomato juice I will not eat green eggs and ham Sam I am thank you Rhonda for the call share enjoy this incoming share and welcome to show how are you. I'm good thanks how are you excellence going on. I had it blown the whistle as just over a year ago at work who would you do. so one of the system of the word and and my. supervisor at the time with sending out the ridiculous letters will just say and they kind of went over my head for awhile and then eventually you know one thing led to another and I kind of put two and two together there was a light light would mean ridiculous like emails. what are you being called fishing waters. fishing for dates kind of thing. that would have been okay but yeah no more like trying to sell something that doesn't exist. all right I'm could yeah so what so you you well you blew the whistle what would happen. well I bought it you are you provide there and I ended up having a big meeting with went to head honchos at my company and I guess I gained a little bit of data from that because they kind of showed my loyalty for the company to my friendship with my supervisor what would happen to the supervisor. I'll just say you're not there anymore all right so there you go so successful whistle blower was a sharing coming good job buddy Mike's in Conyers Mike Walker the program. when Morgan your your program couple things number one is I think my worst labor minister there just heard about thirty minutes ago at my age she will need a driver to end of the year my daughter in law there but there. this was more. it was all the way let me interrupt you real quick Mike that's right that's why we have labor now like you should never have to drive anyone or pick anyone up from the airport you say take it over that's the best part about over. well this also you must on and she was once a little money in all right the lady told me he knew what would come in I hit on the news nine users I agree that the record itself is not very but if you heard the presentation of the recording from the show CNN and MSNBC even according to Erik Erikson by aligning but you're a big talk like is asking for flavor a neatly preceded the discussion about your one son and that's not true with over five hundred seventy six words between that and this favor comment was in the context of the Ukraine what happened in Ukraine relative to the election attempts to the a lady in the presidential election and that was what this. most pertaining to this point well taken so so here's again having suggesting this for years Mike. when it comes to when it comes to news coverage I'm gonna I'm gonna let you drop off because we get a little feedback. thank. and follow what news reporters are reporting not the Talking Heads and this is this is goes for CNN MSNBC or fox news don't worry you know whatever the pundits are saying the people that aren't journalist that that's just fodder they have there's no rapper questions if if they're not telling the truth but if you have a reporter out in front of the White House that that's journalism not a guy who used to be in the Obama administration is striving in or not a guy that used to be in the bush administration is it inside they're they're giving opinions they're not giving fax so listen to reporters take what they have to say as as actual reporting and the and the people you see on the panels like a political operative Johnny Frank in knots like don't with that gave her up he's he's not a reporter he has there's no culpability if he's not telling you the truth reporters have to to the best of their ability report the facts and tell the truth so that's my suggestion for any new story listen reporters listen to Jamie do pres of the world they're gonna give it to you the way it happened they're not going to give your opinion on what happened they're gonna tell you what happened Austin's in merry at Austin Walker the mark air show Hey mark era well I got one thing to say to you your fake news now I can boil you not I just I I I I can't do it I've I liked everything else everything else in the southern cuisine onboard fried green tomatoes from mental cheese dukes may I mean everything I just get the texture of the boiled peanuts just can't do it nothing will change my mind eight years box will back me up you know what is there enough you can not donate if I can back me up. promise you a wonderful and beautiful as our president would say that the best that I can tell you a lot I'm not out of I give you this promise Austin I will try them again I haven't tried not five years but you know I've got a new burner name for my Twitter account Johnny Frank in knots that's that's my new burner account on solid yeah name Tom's in canton Georgia Tommy boy Walker the show how are you thank you thank you doing great yeah excellent what's going on. are you I am my a comedy men's go to get my attention okay right after I made the management will Penske red transferred to the global problem store that was having problems with their inventory on batteries and tires coming up short. hello I'm started to notice and. Hey mark one individual is altered to take them out to close business and told in the cage what. hello why was he was working part time at a shop one would work intensity and up he was taken they'll tires which is we had the option we can. take them if they were there just toss Medicaid why is it doing this weapon you started with the new ones taking you and back to the shop and my number one in one day and asked me what I thought now so well let's say a quick answer said just pull a video and you'll get your answers so you blew the whistle on the guys the on the tires right were you were you may order for your for your actions the laws in our I thought it was fun back in ninety six pack yeah that's fine right now never mind ninety six until it in a moment but I mean on who is a good guy but I just joking but I knew that was only answer but I really didn't have any cysts suspicions yeah I don't I'm trying to think if I ever blew the whistle on anybody. I mean I would I wouldn't I mean if if I saw something going down Jason like if you're stealing stuff out of Longoria's locker I would I would whistle blow yeah I'd keep a close eye on me yeah yeah Debbie your boneless on I'm sure I've knocked on my brother a million that's that's different that is all I can think of nothing really terrible I try to stay out of other people's business yeah case they find out something about me understood you want to keep you I I've noticed that around the station down Russ join this in games well and I wanna talk rus how's your trip to the prison yesterday to see mackenzie. there are only about ten o'clock or I wanted to go home yeah I could I could be here all right. they did my god I'm gonna have to get a hotel room in this downtown or something what is it he won all normal normal like twenty minutes and finally it said Dr relatable charter searching to find one that will I've never used it or but yeah. yeah I was very pleased with the way there but what I want to go home like a sword to court in our get a driver oh wow that's such house because the whole not behind bars. zero zero zero after here very she's always been in there a week and that seems like a long time. what are some girl who run or what. long time yeah any future dates that you saw in the prison. our little girl was charted thirty picture loan binder but. the walking so fast like you get the picture understood you know the truck did you get the the pictures by the way that I phone yeah I got the kids in this Russ and its value allowed to take pictures in jail. yeah she always. we took a bunch of regular responding she seemed happy yes you see like she's in good spirits well she. Thursday so it's not that big a deal I called her dad when a letter not comfortable we talk like two hours on the phone he was pretty cool yeah do you want you can out of school together and not as women over. Margaret green was the order a call like that yeah. it reminds me so Tom Jones we ought we Tom Johnson channel to write he's doing this thing on prisons and Chuck it's amazing in the in the prison centers here in metro Atlanta. people go to jail sometimes for a vacation like people get our our yeah it's pretty crazy like people their their bills are piling up they they don't want it they just don't want to deal with life still the get arrested so they go to jail and not do anything get get three meals get a place to sleep watch TV they still have to pay the bill when they come home I don't know I.
"mike walker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Or give it away to a thousand dollars in free gas what could you do with that log or you could drive to corpus and back twice with free gas just don't eat enchiladas with either because they're no good Mike joins us next to the market her show Mike Walker the program Hey my key everybody clap your hands they get they get get that went into the gun Charlie's up next on the program hello Charlie eight your one yeah but I would never want any job that requires me to wear a coat and tie yeah I do the tie thing every morning on TV but I don't have to wear code that what's that I don't mind doing the tie but the whole thing the whole suit get up have you ever had a suit job Longoria you're asking me I don't know maybe no I never had a suit job either ever I never had a tight job aside from the TV gig the most dressed up I'd ever to get was when I was a waiter I'd wear like khaki pants and a button down you're at a suit job Chuck never never never once we got we got Charlie here thank you John what about yeah low key track for about a week yeah it is my years I just didn't go back at the Sears no no no no all right Charlie great call buddy yet take that'll make you dress up at Sears rubble on the on the floor maybe Russ is in Rome Russell job you never ever want to do body I interviewed a girl at work the other day for a year and I have to clean the trucks that stuck out order John another type of honey wagon yeah there's there's a huge green that separate the solid from the liquid and her job was cleaning the screen cleaning for you and I think you know like that since it's a simple job Klay all you get is clean the screen yeah but then I'll tell you what the screen is thank you Ross Mike's up real quick Mike job you never ever want to do you're talking to me yeah buddy oh okay mortician more tissues more location mortician bomber yeah that takes a special kind that's a good paying job though my buddy sister's husband does that and they're well to do they got this big old house in New Hampshire New Hampshire idea a pays well yeah I could do that but I'd rather do that than the prison security guard are you guys ready for the market yeah def grease to Mars gonna need a corn dog on the air so we leave her star the show tonight.
"mike walker" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Welcome back to Gillette stadium or the San Jose earthquakes. Fall the New England Revolution tonight by a final of three to one. And it was everything we feared it may be as this New England side was most definitely rejuvenated by the firing and hiring of new head coach or an interim head coach Mike Walker. And that's just goes in sports. I it was one of the first things I talked about in Brigham covered. The back that teams with a new coach are rejuvenated enough and put forth a very valiant effort, and when you travel from one side of the country to the other and you're playing in a different time zone. And you are trying to go, you know, already difficult enough to try to win on the road. And then you deal with everything that you would. Encounter. When travelling this distance. As I was getting quite a bit of feedback there from the crowd. Mike's. I apologize. These quakes ran into the problem. I thought they were going to run into and fall by a final of three to one. But they didn't quit the kept themselves in it. And overall, I think there are some positive takeaways here, you know, and obviously some issues to to to look at it in Calvi. Oh was nervous. I think that Calvi starting did not look comfortable in his position there. I think more often we've seen him in a bit of a central. I don't think he looked comfortable playing on the wings. And just didn't have a good night. Didn't have as I touch there. And I think that with out Cristiana Espinosa, the San Jose earthquakes showed how much they value him. And how much they rely on his speed and his overall just tactical ability out there on the right wing. He is a very very good player. And he has just an innate ability to make things happen. He's his passes lead things happening. His passes lead to goals. He showed his ability and showing how valuable he's been losing him on the red card has been quite surprising or it's not quite surprising that. Is but it's pretty much what we expected without him. He definitely is a the impact maker for this earth quake, Steve, and they did not look the same for his absence. Our man of the match out of this one. I don't think we can look at it for earthquakes player because they just didn't get a goal until even late. But I'm going to say that Carlos he'll is the man of the match for the New England Revolution. He was all over the place making things happen and just had a great game here tonight and think that he is deserving of that title and are seven up play the game tonight to play the game was brought to you by seven up limit up. I'm going to have to say that that was the penalty kick or the penalty goal. The beta to nothing New England because that you're down one goal you can quickly get yourself back into going into halftime with a two nothing disadvantage that was going to have a huge impact on the match. And it certainly did. So that is my seven up play of. The game the goal of the penalty which gave the revolution. Eight to nothing advantage of which they never looked back. Taking a look at this one on the stats duels. One fifty four. Fifty three percent won by the Ravs. Only. Forty seven percent won by San Jose. They won the duals. One battle did New England total passes San Jose had seven hundred three and New England only two hundred and fifty six so you can tell the difference in styles passing. Accuracy, San Jose dominated in eighty seven percents versus seventy one percent possession. San Jose had seventy three percent of the time compared to just about twenty seven percent four New England and New England when they had their touches they made it happen, and they made it count. So for San Jose. They find themselves on the wrong end of a three one decision. So Carlos he'll is our man of the match and are seven up play of the game is the penalty kick goal that gave New England to nothing lead. Again final. Score here in New England. Revolution three earthquakes one. We're gonna take a break. When we come back. We're going to talk about scores from around the league and look ahead to what's next for the San Jose earthquakes. We'll be right back after this. This is NPR ten fifty. The average cost of household electric is twenty two cents per kilowatt hour, it goes up every year, and you have no sane it whatsoever. I bet you don't even look at your utility Bill. You just pay it. They love you for that. Many of us have BBP brain dead Bill pay utility companies usually raise your cost every year and you go on with BDP brain dead. Bill pay. I'm Jim Peterson founder of solar for America by petersendean. I suffered from BBP for years, then came the intervention, I installed American-made solar panels on my roof in two thousand eight and my electric Bill went two zero my savings so far two kids through college four Hawaiian vacations, and I'm still saving I own my own electric city. No more rate increases. No, more brain dead..
"mike walker" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Some welcome news on westbound seventy eight that accident investigation approaching exit eleven in union township has now been completed so all lanes are open. But residual delays remain all the way back to exit eighteen we've only shave fifteen minutes off that to our travel time. So again, still a really tough go on seventy eight west from exit eighteen out toward eleven, but at least the accidents been cleared. This report is sponsored by white castle. Getting the crew together for the game serve up. Delicious, white castle sliders. That's what everyone is grieving. So stock up on the slide variety, you crave. From your local grocery twenty one northbound bridge street in Newark, car fire activities still being cleared to eighty westbound slow up and over the Stickel bridge and they did wrap up wreck in Jersey City on tunnel avenue north beer, Spicer caucus road. But it is very slow on Trump route one and nine northbound or make that southbound between the Passaic river bridges, it looks like we have an accident right around central avenue across the Hudson GW bridge Lincoln Holland, leaving New Jersey. Everything's still looking pretty good angel Torres New Jersey traffic north Mike Walker. New Jersey traffic south on the turnpike, travelling southbound about two miles south of exit number four you're gonna find a little bit of bunching up. That's because the right lane construction. You'll squeeze by to the left once you're south at this construction a good ride down to exit three two and one in my down to the Delaware memorial bridge. Not a bad ride heading northbound turnpike Parkway southern half. That's good coast to coast on the Atlantic City expressway that appears to be good ride forty two and fifty five look good as well at across the Delaware. You my friends are good to go traffic every fifteen minutes next report at seven forty eight New Jersey one zero one point five. New jersey. One one point five instant weather.
"mike walker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And Tillman comes in replacing ward who had a big first half with twelve points. Nick ward had twelve points and nine rebounds in that first half of play. Yeah. So that's that's going. He's gonna be missed because he was running down the middle of the floor posted up at able to open up things on the outside for drives vote for for this mistake. Second free throws good one more coming. Tillman in for ward. Not a big drop off necessarily pretty good player. Does own right. Yeah. Tim was a pretty good player. He's probably not the pulse guy. Nick ward is though, but he's he's a very good place. Third free throw ribs and cash radius five point one two to three quarter court pressure. They played ahead to mcquaid to Whitsitt a lockdown Harrow. The point guard. Wheeler edit goes to Steven Drake side, read down low to hair off his hand and intercepted down low by what stood back you the from. Michigan state for bright today, which another push gifts to going down. Low quick entry Tillman job it back to the basket against Stevens. Turns crossed the lane jump fadeaway jumper. No, good rebound off the back of the Stevens. She could state back on defense quickly. Penn State sets up at the half court dread. On the left side gives to Stevens left sideline fake lefty cuts to his right now back on Tillman turns fall away jumper Bank. Six point two three appeal of art, Stephen twenty. That's a big shot right there on the Boston. That's something that he needs to do the second half to get himself going. I get up early. They cut the lead to eleven. So that's a good job. So far. And they make a mistake wanted here. Winston boobs at across for the Spartans working to our left. A hedge by Hera checkout. Igt is three for going to a foot of the three point line. Give them a to the six point to the game. Seventeen twenty to go. It is forty three twenty nine. Michigan state Penn State offensively to are right on the drive right baseline Stevens. Cut off by going back outside goes now to dread it gives to Wieder insys Stevens right wing makes a chap step on going to fires for three hits. He'll the rim bounce away. Rebound. Rees had it knocked on a belong to Michigan state. Steve has bam settles got to put pressure on the defense putting it down. But I understand that he wants to get himself going, and and maybe that shot was sort of a heat check. But you know, try to get something going to the basket puts a personal Michigan state defenders. Out of the back court. Winston on the right side, hands to mcquaid at the point just past a Henry left side, Michigan state leading three twenty nine sparked have the ball off the screen rich right side picked up on a switch and a hedge. Basically what kids are what? The foul. His first first on the team that top cash is worse than just saw Mike Walker step out. And usually those point guards craft reports. I didn't get that fast of what he did that time. You can't trust point that at all. The Winston he's at the point for Michigan state plays to the left side until been back to Winston gift to start. By the big ten later. Forty three thirty one St. twelve. Had to read driving baseline kicks it back outside about clusky gifts to read right side picked up by Tillman switch. Download got what kicks against going off? It goes on the left side. Wheeler lobs it down low hands up one player Stevens Sabe Bouna clusky ball. Carems out about along the sidelines that time I thought they should have got the or what? Maybe they'll get it back and get it down. Anton. And maybe he could make something happen. Almost four minutes gone by in this second half, forty three thirty one Michigan state the lead. Penn State creeping back into it. The lawyer into the game at the point now for Michigan state, replacing caches Winston Royal on the right side dribble. Handoff equate chess. Pastor Henry the left wing jumped up on mcklusky office screen by Tillman driving right side. Henry you've to Lloyd to mcquaid on the left wing. What's on the deck and bodied by Wheeler the found out Brian? Personal Jemari Wheeler. Penn State fifteen forty six to go..