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"monta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"monta" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"This summer. On next question with me katie couric. I'm celebrating the shortest season with the fun summer series on books. I just finished writing my own memoir which comes out this october. I wanted to spend some time with other people who have shared their stories and put themselves on the page knives. Such an interesting range of guests people. You might know like sharon stone. I think the whole world is probably aware of how much i didn't have boundaries or admire like former xerox. Ceo or slow burns. I think but this is the dream. America embodied in my mother. She did it or have followed from afar like amanda loots. I didn't hug him and kiss him. I dropped him off at the corner. Cedars-sinai i don't even know if he said goodbye to elvis. I mean we really thought. I'd pick up in a couple of hours by new episode so my summer series every thursday. Subscribe and listen on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever get your favorite shows. Boredeaux buckle up. Is willie deep based small here to share some new air force by new podcast. Ghetto boys reloaded each. And every week we bring to you episodes featuring some of the most iconic figures in hip hop politics entertainment and more. You don't wanna miss it. Each and every monday listened to the ghetto. Boys reloaded podcast on the black effect. Podcast network the are heart. Radio app apple. Podcast a wherever you listen to podcasts. Four from the south is a new podcast hosted by me. Steve healy and meet breezy pineau. Guess what america. You are part of latin america. You may not like it but it's happened time to learn about mexico central america south america. It's part of your world each week. We'll bring you four stories from latin america. Get you know your neighbors. Listen to four from the south starting on august twelfth on the iheartradio app. or wherever. We get your podcasts. you'll enjoy it. We boy very good podcasts..
"monta" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"The nba mvp right. The nba mvp. He averaged Close thirty points a game. He's amazing stats now. Europe the mvp. The last couple years maybe average under sixteen pointing like their nights in europe. You play early. Which is the top competition. You have like eight points. Desk considered a great night. And that's because of the taint. The team is as most important. There is the value of the team is long for individual player does it. It seems that went the team that got the individual player in europe. Not only not doing too well. But the teams that play together is is who win in all the countries that i've been in a s what they drive on elms about film is about. You know this this person's going to be open when you get this. This is going to be over. This personal driving kicked gonna get over. It looks like this. I played for a coach. Brass locus who you games. We won. He will pause the film and circle. Who was opened. Like you can make this past this purchase. A better shot. Of course you made. This is the tough. let's shoppers. Look this person is oakland. I feel like if if usa play like that. Play with the the mindset. That drama has jayme on his team. Guy makes the right plays all the time gets. The open do does a lot of small things that helps the team win. I think they would be everyone. East see people saying enough talent. The talent level was another ten with. I don't think that. I just think these guys that play together for years with the same system and now is becoming more obvious now that we have so much individuals out in the thirty two. I like you wanted to this answer. The body says no as the body. The body's funds the buys fun now. I'm not. I'm going to go over to europe late because my mom is having some some some health issues right now so i'm not going to be on this first way players gone over but i'm still. I don't have any injuries on still good still care whether i win lose still like to compete so as long as the team in europe has his contract from me. Nam katina play I play tennis. Oh market this year on martin. B forty ship still the same way. He did ten years ago. And i got a relationship with him so as long as i can continue to play. Sure your lifestyle now on a daily base like are you. Do you feel like you feel in any way kind of like. There's there's a certain european sophistication right or now like even if you still have the two actresses now you go to a cafe lunch now. There's kind of a different sort of comfort level right. You have you not that. You're not hungry but you do. Have you got you got money. So it's it's you don't have to cut corners on a little things used to have to cut corners on like what what is what is your like like on a daily basis granted. This last year was weird for covert like did you ask it changed teams honestly a before of course being away for ten months i used to exert all my energy trying to see everyone that i didn't see while i was overseas whether it was going out venus Extremely exhaustive today. Just trying to hang out with my friends as much as i can but now a little older on. Everything is organized long term workouts. To what i'm gonna do for the rest of the day on that out late at night anymore. I'm in bed by levin now reading a lot more more is more relaxed. Matz s wind allowed a time. Gone out indian clubs and things like that but that me rest is very important so funny. I had a had to fight at five thirty. Who's like saint same thing like i was street. Kids like they called five thirty for region you know and then we all we all. We all grew up at some point. Okay so lockdown. This you like in the states. We couldn't do anything you could. You'll get a coffee and you could kubrick's your house or you'll pick stuff up and when it was really really locked down like everybody. There's no sports we were watching neck blitz and last ants. When you're in greece and things were things were shut down Like did you do. You have like mobile ordering what is it. What is it like there. They have to have the same. It's not something close to that I think it's fall global so we have but out there was a lot. It was a lot. It was strict as well. So there was like You had a text number. It was like a like a five digit number and you had to send a text. The number one admit that you're going out for a walk Number two mid by family emergency going to have to go to the hospital number three mid like supermarket and will like all these numbers add different meat so before you believe the house you had to know texas number way to get a reply back yet. Ascended your name and everything. They caught you out. It was like they were lockouts The team the team We got these letters from government where we were allowed to be outside the The house from ten to like four s would a possible time. You'd be any jim practicing so if you ever pulled over in police actually like why you out the letter than that like allow you to travel without having any type of trouble. Wow that's crazy and played for olympiakos. Which one of those places where you see on tape. Normally the crowd is crazy. But instead your state you're playing in an empty room. He in that had to be big jim to yes completely different obsoleteness olympia so many times in a red star. Serbia's like they call each other. Orthodox brothers so i was expected crazy crowd. You know we never got that chance to share the what do you know. What are you going next year. I'm going to be home on my didn't sign anywhere yet. Acts like my mom. My mom is a mom. Is she's experiencing some some some health problems right now that we need to make sure everyone's around Just in case something happens so that's the most important thing to me on my for ten years. I've same money now. This time i need to be need to be at home. Success more important than in ryan. I mean you know in europe when something happens to your family happens to. You is not the club responsibility to to do that. They're more concerned about the results of the team. So before i get myself any situation like that.
"monta" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I wanna welcome in. I'm doug alley. This is all ball. Quick reminder dugout show daily specific mosh portrayal iheartradio app. Okay this is part. Two of our charles jenkins interview and this is this is where it gets. Don't get me wrong. His personal story. If you wanna hear that part one amazing it's in our catalog. It's a two episodes ago. We'll talk about the tragic death of his brother. His moved from brooklyn and queens. How he became a star at hofstra. But now he's drafted in the nba. He's drafted the golden state warriors. And he's playing with a young steph curry who's oft injured any young monte else We'll we'll have another pod for the olympic stuff. Just wanna get to this one. This is my sit down with charles jenkins again played for olympia coast last year looking for team and his on on steph curry an amazing story a couple of stories about staff as a teammate. And what he was like in high school listen so the warriors warriors taking and now they they have monteray. And they have steph right. But but mark jackson coach. I you get you get to oakland. Would you remember about that first trip out. I mean there was a lockout so it was. I remember like finally saint finally like of course once it happened. okay. I drafted We went out to oakland for like the little press conference in the. Were saying like you know after today. We can't we can't contact bus so that was a long time I didn't get back out there until december. And i remember saying like i finally like this is this is starting to become real because now i'm here every day i'm meeting you know coaches and players and i'm seeing this come in and work also. I remember being nervous. Of course the. Monte muncie have like a personality that you've got to kind of get used to on really standoffish if you don't But i do remember Dorell wright salman to summer school with the route. He went to summer school in new york and he remembered me so the moment i got there he he knew that i was on the team Someone gave him a whole number. We were like texan the entire time. So and so's around him. I remember feeling a lot more. Lucas was at least one face that i knew everyone else. I've never met before this weird. Okay so what did you do during the lockout just worked out. Stay home on. That was about it. I worked out. And i didn't have any money so i spent a lot of that time. No traveling around long island speaking at high schools and camps for like fifty dollar. Because you didn't you didn't get any you can get any any money because you guys are all locked out even though you're drafted getting so out december you show up a camp chih first camp. You've been working out The warriors are super super young. At the time. I like. I like richard. Jefferson was the old head on the team. He's like i wasn't there they're not yet he. It was when i got there. It was a it was on staff. David david lee stay sta. Step jeremy lin. David lee Monte elliot's klay thompson the row rate dominic. Wire jeremy tyler on just adrian Brandon rush. Was there in the beginning. Okay so you show up. And what was your ahmanson. Good guy really good guy you almost got. Unlv guy good hair. Great ethnic what was your opinion of staff before you got there. You can remember like. Would you think steph curry. Would you think of them for you. Got man I went to went to five star. Can't when i was in high school and step is on my team. So win on when i got there. I remember like thinking like man. This is the same. Do that like we played together. Highschool teammates and i remember it was like it was like like a level certainly should just walk up to him and like bring it up. Do you remember. But i was so hesitant about. Even though steph isn't amazing guy like very welcome in personality from the i met him and he was actually the personal. And i remember. We were teammates in fox star and hosts dan like this crazy. He remember that because you know he just went on like he was an amazing 'cause player Got all this newfound attention so that was the first thing he said when i met him. Hose like relieves down. This is a normal guy. Can super cool and i was able to talk to him At that time he was dealing with a lot of ankle. Injuries palms healthy. So i just remember his his work at the course. Of course he stayed after he worked on his game. We shot a lot of shots and things like that but decide how discipline. He was as far as like taking care of his body icing all the time. Every time apple practice it was always like is book in front of his locker And how open. It was conversation with him. There was times. I will be in a room with him and i'll be so like hesitant to say something and he will be the one like you know like seren things like bring like starting conversations with me and i ended up getting really really cool without their way back to the five stuff. Was he good. If i star in he was good he wanted to go to virginia tech. I remember i remember that school. He wanted to go to that player. Any allow yelich between six shorties plan. But and and i didn't know who he was when we our teams put together but he was done a lot. He was a lot different from a lot of guys out there. He was shooting it of course wealth from three He was always really crafty with like his layoffs and things like that he was definitely. He didn't have that big big name. Everyone else had. I can't but you could definitely see different skill level. Okay but would you. If i were to tell you this dude is gonna be a two-time end. Epa the nba at at that point in time. What would you say at that time. Probably not but had nothing to do with him and it had had more to do with the hype that a lot of other players had official like certain like it was certain names that you heard all the time that when you saw it was like you had this amazing amount of like expectations. Which you were going to see steph. At that time he didn't have that big. That big big name. Ghost were to me. This is what i used to say. If there was someone that they call them bodies full name all the time they were like really really good player. That's a good one. He wasn't light at the time. But you could definitely see the difference.
"monta" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"The the interpretation of the rules is very very different and obviously the style is different and it allows the world to be more competitive with us. Then they probably should be playing american style as somebody who's now played as long as you have at as high level as have. How would you explain. What's so different about south as less space on the floor. So an mba. You can watch. Kevin durant play one on one against someone had the entire right side of the court to display his I think the nba's catered more to Entertainment as well as the individual talent they have. I think he just went. You know defensive. Three seconds for example. You can't stay in his lane for more than two point nine seconds now. Let's say someone is getting out of the lane. And kevin durant is on the right side easily The defenders on the left lot in help and kevin durant plan one on one against somebody on the right side. Let's say kevin durant break them down and you just get out of the lane. Renew your Three second defense. Three seconds but kevin durant is attack is possible chance to he's gonna be attacking rare school. You get back in to to try and block his shot he done. Citing dunks create a lot of clicks now and highlights in that case more League makes the game more exciting dunks threes and all of us in europe. The big man can stay in a paint so imagining how this even this is even better than i can say. Walters avars played in the nba. For the cleveland cavaliers. He was cut from there. He came to madrid waltz Paul nasa's big hands..
"monta" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"Know however that year finished That's summer that's summer. How did you had you end up playing. Which in yeah. I was in. I was in philadelphia. Which every argo and jerry cargo played in cleveland. Earlier that year he played really well. Jimmy pilots amis. Nba player But he for some reason evenings at the opportunity he deserved and the entire time. Because we both living in oakland in the hotel we played really. We will always talk about your. You say like no like well. My brother in journeyman. You played on a different team almost every year. Nobody is that comes. You gotta be gotta be built different to have that kind of masa. And i was thinking like man. I could barely get through stand ready. I don't know how you could possibly play on different teams and live with that level of uncertainty every day. He's telling me like europe. You can make a lot of money a year. You have opportunity to play. Use telling me like all these good things about your in house like that. Don't sound like a bad idea..
"monta" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"He's like wasn't there. I was there not yet. He it was when i got there. It was a it was Steph davidson david. Lee stay steph steph. German david lee Monte elliot's klay thompson the row right dominic. Wire jeremy tyler on just adrian Brandon rush there in the beginning. Okay so you show up. And what was your ahmanson. Good guy really good guy you almost got. Unlv guy good hair. Great ethnic What was your opinion of staff before you got there like you can remember. Would you think steph curry. Would you take them for you. Got man Went to five star. Can't when i was in high school and step was on my team. So win on when i got there i remember like thinking like man. This is the same. Do that like we played together. High school can't teammates. And i remember it was like it was like a like a level of uncertainty should just walk up to him and like bring it up. Do you remember. But i was like so hesitant about it. Even though steph isn't amazing guy like very welcome personality from the. I met him and he was actually the person i remember. We were teammates. Fox star and dan like this crazy he remember that because he just went on like he was an amazing. 'cause player Got all this newfound attention. When i was the first thing he said. Madam hose like relieve down. This is a normal guy can super coup and i was able to talk to him At that time he was dealing with a lot of ankle injuries. Yeah problem stay healthy. So i just remember his his work at the of course. Of course he stayed after he worked in his game. We showed a lot of shots. The things like that but this discipline he was as far as like taking care of his body icing all the time every time aba practice it was always like is book in front of his locker. And how open. It was conversation with him. There was times. I will be in a room with him and i'll be so like hesitant to say something. And he will be the one like you know like certain things like bring like starring conversations with me and i ended up getting really really cool when i was their way back to the five stop was he good. If i star he was good he wanted to go to virginia tech. I remember i remember that he wanted to go to any allowing movielike yelich. Virginia tech's shorties plan. But and and i didn't know who was when when we are teams put together but he was doing a lot of different from a lot of guys on he was shooting of course while from three Really crafty like his layoffs and things like that. He was definitely didn't have like that. Big big name. Everyone else had can't put you could definitely see the different skill level. Okay but would you. If i were to tell you this dude is gonna be a two time. Mvp of the nba at that point in time. What would you set at. That's harm probably not but do him and nothing. It had had had more to do with the hype that a lot of other players had official like it was certain names that you heard all the time that when you saw them it was like you had this amazing amount of like expectations of which seat steph at that time..
"monta" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"I wanna welcome in. I'm doug alley. This is all ball. Quick reminder doug on the show daily pacific mosh portrayal harvard. He left. okay. This is part two of our charles jenkins interview and this is this is where it gets. Don't get me wrong. Is personal story if you want to hear that part one amazing. It's in our catalog. it's two episodes ago. We'll talk about the tragic death of his brother. His move from brooklyn queens. How he became a star at hofstra. But now he's drafted in the nba. He's drafted the golden state warriors. And he's playing with a young steph curry who's oft injured a young monday else. We'll have another pod for the olympic. Stop just want to get to this one. This is my sit down with charles jenkins gameplay for olympia coast last year looking for team and his thoughts on on steph curry an amazing story a couple of mazing stories about staff as a teammate and what he was like in school listen so the warriors warriors and now they they have monty and they have staff right now but but mark jackson's coached. I you get you get to oakland. Would you remember about that. First trip out Meeting there was a lockout so it was. I remember like finally saint. Finally like i wants to happen okay. I got drafted We went onto oakland for like the little press conference and they were saying like you know after today. We can't we can't contact us. So that was a long time on back out there until december and i remember saying like i finally like this is this is starting to become real is now here every day. I'm meeting you know coaches and players. And i'm seeing you know. Create this come in and work. So i'm i just remember being nervous. Of course the. Monte muncie have a personality that you got to kind of get used to Really standoffish if you don't know you But i do remember on durell right so i went to school with the route. He went to summer school in new york and he remembered me. So the i got there he. He knew that i was on a team Someone gave him a whole number. We were like texan the entire time so in south around him i remember feeling a lot more comfortable because it was at least one face that i knew everyone else. I've never met before. Yeah attributes this weird okay. Would you during the laka just worked out. Stay home on. That was about it. I worked out wrong. And i didn't have any money so i spent a lot of that time. No traveling around long island speaking at high schools and camps for like fifty dollars. Because you didn't you didn't get any any any money because guys are all locked out even though you were drafted getting anything no so now you out december you show up at camp. Hey I camp you've been working out The warriors are super super young. At the time. I think richard jefferson was the old head on the team..
An Encyclopedia of Betrayal
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Fitchburg State University, NW Of Boston, To Move Classes Online After COVID Spike In City
"End to the school year for students at Fitchburg State after a co big spike in that city force most classes online and dorms closed. WBZ TV is Jim Smith reports, The university now says it will shift most class is too remote Learning by November, 21st. With dorms closing for the semester by the 22nd students are now scrambling to make plans come from California. So I have the like, I don't even know what I'm gonna do my stuff. Have to describe it and then go and then just wait till like two months to see it again, Maddie Monta Gani says It's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate unfortunate because because you you know know we we got got sent sent home home early early in in the the spring, spring, and and I I play play softball softball here here said said and and get get my my season season and and it's it's not not looking looking too too good good for for this this spring's already canceled fall and winter sport. It's kind of unfortunate with the way The numbers are going the spring semester at Fitchburg State will now start January 25th. That's a week later than originally planned.
Fitchburg State University To Move Classes Online After COVID Spike In City NW Of Boston
"Department of Public Health out with new coronavirus numbers Saturday, the state seeing more than 2800 new cases in 27 more deaths. 705 people are currently in the hospital with covert 19 with 151 of them in the ICU. And with the case numbers continuing to climb one local university is taking action to attempt to slow the spread. Fitchburg State is stopping all in person classes in college activities until the end of January. WBZ TV is Jim Smith reports. Everyone's kind of, you know, uneasy. Everyone wishes it was Better wishes. Covert numbers would go down Tough times at Fitchburg State, the latest surge in covert cases forcing big changes for students here. The university now says it will shift most class is too remote Learning by November 21st with dorms closing for the semester by the 22nd. Students are now scrambling to make plans. I'm from California. So I have the like, I don't even know what I'm gonna do it my stuff. So if this is grab it and go and then just wait till like Two months to see it again, Maddie Monta Gani says it's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate because you know we got sent home early in the spring, and I play softball here, so I don't get my season and it's not looking too good for this spring's already canceled fall and winter sports, So You know, it's kind of unfortunate with the way the numbers were going. Of course, Fitchburg State is not alone because of this covert spike. A number of other colleges and universities are being forced to make difficult decisions. I think I kind of saw it coming. I didn't want to accept it, but I saw it coming because all the other schools to doing it. The spring semester at Pittsburgh State will now start January 25th. That's a week later than originally planned. Students are doing their best to cope. I believe that this is probably
"monta" Discussed on WJR 760
"He's up the 48 Monta Nicholson makes another tackle. Third down and one now for Iowa. Close to midfield. Spartans lead three Nothing on a 23 yard. Michael Geiger Field goal. Guys at the right hand, too wide outs left quarterback sneak Looking for yard Half it is 6 to 1209. How much did he get? Big big pile. Initial sign from the ref isn't he didn't get it. Finally get everybody on stacked. It will be fourth down and a half a yard for Iowa. That's less than a half a yard. I think that's fourth and about a foot because the first down stick is just short of the 49 yard line. Parents wisely opted to go ahead and take this one away too early in this ball game. The gamble in their own territory Definitely watch faking their punter is Dylan Kid senior from Deerfield Beach, Florida. McGarrett King's deep for the Spartans. The Punch away. McGarrett calls for the fair catch makes it at the 15 yard line. No, are right. Spartans.
No bond for couple accused of kidnapping 1 year old boy, Chamblee, Atlanta
"No bond for a husband and wife accused of kidnapping a one year old boy over the weekend in the story only gets stranger police chief carry, Thomas says Minor and Kristen Zunica came to shambling specifically to snatch a child. So when Matteo Monta far Beretta was found safely, just 4.5 hours later. First it was assistant chief Mike Bella reveals the merry couple intended to raise the baby. And a chilling detail in the same area
Schools can reopen if infection level is 5% or lower, Cuomo says
"School districts across the state will get formal guidelines from the state tomorrow on how to reopen in September, but the State Education Department has presented a framework of what will be needed in the district reopening plans education department, says school reopening plans must include guidance on health check social distancing face coverings in p. p. e. in the category of scheduling schools need to come up with a plan for in person, instruction, remote instruction, and a combination of both in the category of. Schools must address the need to provide devices and Internet access to students and teachers who don't have them governor Cuomo says there will be a state formula to determine if it is safe to do so. We're not gonNA use our children. As a litmus test and we'RE NOT GONNA go to put our children in a place. Where their health is endangered, the district's will have until the end of the Monta. Submit their specific
The 3 Closes
"This is a framework that I've been using for myself for a long time, and I assume that everybody knew it or did it and one time we had a marketing meeting. This is probably. A year ago, we flew most of our marketing human boise and we're sitting there and I remember mapping this out I was explaining the land of landing as I, said Hey, this is the three and how easy Monta landing page and everyone seems like what they start freaking out I was like. Didn't everybody know this like I? Don't think anybody knows you've never talked about it before. No one's ever shared it. I was like. Oh, my Gosh! That's amazing, so I've talked about this publicly anywhere before. Besides right now and right here so I want to kind of go through this, so I call this the three closes how to quickly double cells by weaving these three invisible closes into every step of your funnel. And this was the framework looks like, and it's emotion logic and fear all right, so step into. The understand how how this framework works, so the first thing it to understand. I learned this originally from Perry Belcher I. Think Perry from Dan Kennedy, but I'm not sure. said something really interesting, said if you look at. Anything in life. The reason why people either move toward you or they don't move at all is because of this weird thing that we have as humans called status. We liked to fill status right so that's kind of the how this. All sowings based on understanding. Okay, it's all based on status. And so when somebody's looking at any opportunity, you offer them. Here's an here's my product. Here's my service. Here's my whatever with their thinking about subconscious, subconsciously in their mind is. If I, do this thing. If I buy this product, if I move forward in this way, is this thing that I'm considering? Doing is going to increase my status, or is it going to decrease my status? That's the psychological turmoil that happened here at every time they can offer. It really boils down to that simple. Gay Is GonNa. Make me feel better about myself. There's going to be worse may increase decrease my status case? Let's thinking Oh. That's not me. I don't make decisions that way okay? I'm not I'm not so self centered I'm worried about my status all the time, but interesting status works both ways. Some people by really amazing things like say a really expensive watch or Nice car, because it will increase their satisfy. I'm going to feel really good right. So that's one side of some people. They don't buy a car. It's really expensive because they feel like that will decrease their status, right. The first time ever shared this concept. I remember I was talking about. A Ferrari announced here for I store here in a second. Talking about a Ferrari I remember. You go to go to buy a Ferrari. You do because you want increase status and I remember leading dinosaurs changes like I would never buy, not increase status. Just that would actually decrease by status Mike exactly your your fears, the other side like if I buy things going to decrease by status. What are you drive and she's like a minivan make. Why do you drive a minivan? And she says well, because it makes me feel intelligent because I know it gets good gas mileage and makes safe. My family always kind of things. I said so. You've got a minivan. Increase your status. Sick. Oh, my Gosh I never thought about that way I thought that everybody. Status was like this thing. That was a negative connotation, but all of us do it. And, so that's kind understand so as we move into this framework I, want to look at it through. That frame of understanding status can all right so the first close we're selling. Anything is our emotional close now. Motion is the most powerful tool we have for selling anything. And, so that's why we spent a whole session last night for two hours talking about the Epiphany Bridge Story K. story is an emotional close. Until you store and getting you engaged all your feelings are happening right? Okay, and so you're getting the emotion now motion. Is the most powerful thing and for years. This is the only way that I knew how to close. If I would tell stories or most people feel it right, and then we're going there to buy things. Okay so emotion people this emotion. It gives them a status increase like. Oh, my Gosh! This amazing by get this thing. If I buy this product or service right I'm mean have better style I'm going to have more happiness. More wealth physical appearance might feel better about myself and lose weight. I'm going to make money I'm going to. You know whatever the thing might be. Decision Right now if you if you look at the metrics about fifty percent of your sales will come from the emotional close.
"monta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Monta Vista almost down to McDowell was lined with sleeping bags and launchers and tens and hundreds of people are there is no sign of anybody this morning there's no lines outside of the Coliseum at all it there will be later I mean they're big crowd holds about fourteen thousand miles if they pack it in like what happened a couple weeks ago yeah I think it's a question for everybody's after what happened on super Tuesday and then Joe Biden's went on in South Carolina the weekend before you know what what is this all a spell out but yeah what will seal later on but I know Jim is very depressed because he was hoping for some burning bro breakfast burritos could you know get it right we share a lot of little for what's settling for copy of monster this morning some breakfast of champions thanks exactly all right well we'll continue to check in with the KTA ours seniors reporter Jim crossed out at the the veterans memorial Coliseum there at the state fairgrounds where the Bernie Sanders Sanders rally takes place tonight you know the past few days and this is why we're kind of wondering what the turnout's gonna be because the past few days have been a lot of ways it is disastrous for the Sanders campaign yeah that blowout loss to Joe Biden South Carolina but what wasn't expected was how badly he would do on super Tuesday taking four of the fourteen states that were up for grabs out we all knew was gonna win California needed when California hello delegates there Bernie Sanders did but you know Joe Biden picking up places like Massachusetts and Minnesota I mean these are places that do you would just assume almost that Biden would do well and maybe just maybe now Bernie start to feel like everybody's against them out as an establishment which is working frantically to try to defeat us from the top in the campaign I think that has been having to deal with the kind of venom we're seeing from some in the corporate media yeah venom from the corporate media what is that sound like a little familiar like some people on the right like to talk about how the media is against them and I got Bernie on the on the far left saying media is against him one thing I think is going to be itching to see tonight Mike Broomhead made a prediction he said that the Elizabeth Warren will not be at her Saturday rally which is expected in may so on Saturday instead she will show up tonight backing Bernie Sanders in Phoenix I don't think it's gonna happen and that's what I'm looking for that because I wanna give Mike a bed time about it is five nineteen now at KTAR we'll have more on the Bernie Sanders rally in Phoenix coming up here on Arizona's morning news right now let's get you some traffic.
"monta" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"You gotta know only don't open it don't you do you should you want each day we live on a criminal I should go though it's going one would be to abandon ME two eight what a sick from finishing I mean but I'm going right now young boys no if I do get to the form of his one of one of them James I mean down like ray J. only running into do you ninety two for you if you're going through watch out for this there's a bit of debris in the road to ten west ready or window Avenue in that second lane hopefully you don't run over it but it's a little bit slow traffic coming from monta Vista you every see something in the morning because the back up like something in the road hit me up.
The Mission Act looks to give more healthcare options to veterans
"We're going to spend the next few minutes talking about something that we don't often see in washington these days a bill that passed congress with overwhelming bipartisan support it's called the mission act and starting this week it will bring big changes to the department of veterans affairs particularly when it comes to health care the law expands the number of veterans who qualify for private care that is reimbursed by v._a. today i spoke with the secretary of veterans affairs robert wilkie and he told me the number of veterans seeking healthcare outside the v._a. has actually gone down recently so i asked the secretary if that's the case how many people does he expect to take advantage of this expansion i don't see that large arise the way the system is set up is that the veteran will come to us we will tell him that we cannot provide a service and because he lives outside a certain number of minutes from v._a. facility and we're telling him that the wait time is greater than twenty days then he has the option of going into the private sector as you know critics are afraid that this is a move towards privatising v._a. healthcare explain why you disagree with view well just presented a two hundred twenty billion dollar budget a budget that also calls for an employee base of three hundred ninety thousand ten years ago the budget was ninety eight billion and we had two hundred eighty thousand employees so if we're going about privatizing this we're going about it in very strange way but on its surface doesn't expanding eligibility for private care constitute a shift away from government provided health care whether or not this is part of as critics would accuse some kind of trojan horse larger project well no not if you read the mission act my goal is to provide the best possible healthcare because it's not only the right thing to do but the congress said it right there in the legislation and because of the nature of our patient base people like my father suffered terrible combat wounds cambodia there's nothing in the private sector that is going to understand or take care of someone who has suffered that kind of trauma in battle there's just no other place like i'd like to talk about another important topic which is expanding efforts to prevent veteran suicide the v._a. has had this is the highest clinical priority something like twenty veterans die each day by suicide and this number has for the most part been pretty consistent why after years of making this a priority hasn't the v._a. been able to make a real improvement in this area well i don't think the country has made it a priority i've said that we need a national conversation on mental health homelessness in addiction you're in charge of the v._a. so let's talk about what the v._a.'s doing yeah well the v._a. has got very specific programs every veteran who comes to us gets a mental health screening every veteran who comes to us has same day mental health services so why haven't the numbers improved here's the problem all of these cases are not related give you an example fourteen of the twenty take their lives are veterans that we have no contact with a couple are on active duty several are on guard and reserve duty and never deployed and the bulk are from the vietnam era lyndon johnson left washington d._c. fifty years ago in january and many of these problems have been brewing ever since that time so we're not going to be able to get these numbers erased but we have to change the culture that we start training troops from the time they get into boot camp to the time they leave not only on their own mental health but to see signs in their buddies and also say veterans crisis line get seventeen hundred calls a day of those seventeen hundred we act on two to three hundred calls where we send people out and we get those veterans help does the have enough mental health providers right now well we are in the same position the united states is in we were able to hire thirty nine hundred mental health professionals last year i think n._p._r.'s covered the fact that most of our medical schools are sending their students into the most expensive specialties out there and v._a. i just as the rest of america sucks secretary wilkie the last thing i would like to ask you about is surprising moment that happened on the campaign trail recently where congressman seth monta massachusetts he's a veteran running for the democratic nomination did four combat tours in iraq and at a campaign event last week he spoke very frankly and openly about his experience with this is what he told n._p._r. about that moment now applying to leave the country and i think it'd be different anyways not to lead by example and share my own story about my own struggle with the issues what's your reaction to seeing this kind of an honest conversation happening in a form as prominent as a presidential campaign well it is about time it is about time we are seeing a generational shift in the armed forces of the united states where we finally talk about these things we don't hide them the military is a conservative institutions for many reasons and one of them is it takes a long time to change but the more we hear voices like this the more we talk about it i think will be in a much better
"monta" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So you mentioned David monta a the media. I'm going to play a montage. Actually, we come back. It's I can't play the whole thing. It's so long. It's almost three minutes of literally the last two years of the media, if if after you listed us, you don't think that the media are nothing, but just sheep tell you. But we'll get to take a very short break. And we'll come back with that video. I do want to mention by the way, we do have assemblyman David in studio. We got a lot more to talk about. Of course, it's an open line session. If you want to join the conversation eight oh three oh, nine three. Oh in star nine thirty three outside the area. One eight hundred six one six nine two three six and the phone lines. When we come back and the other side of the break. I also want to mention it. The text line is open. If you wanna text us three zero nine three zero that's thirty nine thirty. I've got the text board up as well and a came in. And it's a good tax that I wanted to circle back to chick flavor. Second the text was mind, you those views are being assumed Chick-fil-A has no such anti LGBT, whatever as what they have on here. LGBT policies in hiring or service. It's it's all reputation, and you're absolutely right. And I'm glad you brought that up because there is nothing that there has not been any anti LGBT q. Comments or statements or really anything by Chick-fil-A? They have an open and inclusive they serve anybody at walks in there. Whether you're wearing whatever your where it doesn't matter. Right. They don't care. They just want to sell chicken and and do a good job. And and they want to follow their beliefs and close on Sunday. That's it. They're not like this anti out there trying to they're just a Christian organization that believes in Christian values that closes on Sunday and believes in traditional marriage, that's not an evil crime folks, and the be banned from places like San Antonio or to be banned by elected officials putting pressure on who was a Delaware north that does concessions at the airport. Shame on Delaware north shame on you Orion. And shame and everybody who doesn't speak up against the the assault on Christian values. It's just not right everybody in this country. It's a free country. We have a first amendment. Everybody should be free to pursue their religious beliefs without the risk of harassment, especially harassment from elected officials like our local assemblyman, Sean Ryan, and Sean I'm calling you out if you wanna come on next week. We'll. I'll give you the whole hour. I promise you. I'll call you Monday. I would love to have you on to get your take to find out. Why you think it's okay to discriminate against any business? But especially in this case a business that really hasn't done anything wrong. Just the fact that they have Chris values very short break when we come back. We'll play that montage. It's unbelievable. It's just the media cavalcade of they must just get their talking points right out in the morning from the department, Dr the DNC the Democratic National Committee, and then just pass them around with all the organizations. I don't know why they just don't have talking head robots instead of hadn't actually pay these people because you all say the same thing. So you're not gonna wanna miss that. And the other side of the break. And of course, if you need us throughout the week folks, we do manage money for a living feel free to reach us at the office. It's a complimentary consultation, we have a whole team of investment professionals very diverse that focus on a lot of different departments. But it'd be social security. We have social security claiming strategies, we have a certified divorce folks, we financial analyst we have a college biting experts. Our legal department time Canabal law. For state planning property casualty with a talk with Charlie later about life insurance, and and so much more. So if you need us throughout the week again use us as a resource calls at the office six three three one five one five six three three fifteen fifteen are very short break. You've got the financial guys..
For Cancer Risk, a Bottle of Wine Equals This Many Cigarettes
"They have just produced a report that says that you risk of cancer comes from drinking one bottle of wine, which is the equivalent of smoking ten cigarettes now with all of these competitive. Studies wine is good wine is no good. Why can cause cancer? I think you really gotta go to an expert about cancer period. Not a wine expert, not even a cigarette expert an expert on eighty different forms of body cancer. If only to get his professional opinion because he's not part of the old boys club. It's not you scratch. My belly. I scratch yours. We'll do a quid pro quo. He's independent and autonomous. She heard me talk about many times, Dr Gill leader. He was the first to bring radio surgery, which has no cutting bleeding, anesthesia or hospitalization here to America. Monta Sundays ago. He does not believe in surgery surgery surgery and chemotherapy, so you may wanna compass sit down with them just to discuss those alternatives for cancer care, but they have all these questions is medical marijuana.
"monta" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware
"I didn't want to have to. Set a bunch of machines in my house after I changed part of by my desk by dish mesh network through change the SSID for the two point four gigahertz network. But if you're looking for one, it's pretty good. It's essentially, you know, what what monta prices doing is rebranding. And in this case in a couple of the other models volumes cysts, three D printers out of China that are that are being rebranded and sold over here. I liked it initially. It was one of the most frustrating products of ever dealt with. And once I finally cobbled onto the tools to make it print properly. It was amazing. And I've seen different applications in profiles make a difference on a printer before, but none as dramatic as as this one did so thinking about three D printers, and you don't want to spend a ton of money. This might be one to look at. And they have so many printers there, so many three d printers and. And some pretty actually amazing planer magnetic headphones for the money the five five sixty five c which is a closed Oper ear planner magnetic. That's right now Sahlin for two hundred bucks down from the original price of two hundred and thirty. It is a fantastic piece of gear for the money. Not the you need anymore headphones in your life, sir. I have hey, I have very few headphones in relations. Whoe speakers. So there needs to be about you need balance in your life and wonder what initio? Yeah. The one thing. I just have kept myself from ever delving into is the separates or old. I don't have any separate pre-empts and power amplifiers. I just have integrated amplifiers, but headphones, you know, I'll have like three or four or five pairs of headphones at a time. And then I have a hard time. Buying more speaker problem, he only five cents add there were some dark times in the speaker era in this house, where I it was like I owned a hi fi shop like he was like, oh, I've got like seven pairs of bookshelf. Speakers have got like three towers speakers here and. I could have made up a little showroom, but I'm pretty much just down to my maggie's for my tower. Speakers I have a pair of canton's which actually have some of the best trouble of ever heard. This like, you know, is it worth keeping a pair of speakers. Just 'cause I like the tweeter 's absolutely, then various brights, like if I if I want to hear this song, I want to hear this drum solo with those tweets, but you know, really all they do is collect dust just like my magnet pans to. And I ended up using bookshelf speakers or headphones all the time. That's another matter. Thanks for bringing up headphones, by the way. Tomato price now like two hundred dollars for planer headphones. That's like one hundred dollars less than the cheap. Even those inexpensive ones. From hyper axe were based on the odds. Aor odyssey is it odyssey. Your day is anybody know odyssey odyssey on okay. I've interviewed signed car. I said odyssey. He did. Not correct me. So I'm going to roll with that assume it's correct. But is it odyssey or Odisea? I just say odyssey. Okay. If they change it a let, you know. One one last. Well, let's stop for we go. It is not Saint Patrick's dates day..
Pinterest and Lyft move closer to IPO
"So twenty nineteen was eagerly anticipated for some of those unicorn IP as it would finally finally become public. Just this week. We heard from Pinterest, and they're expected to file confidentially for its IPO valuation of about twelve billion. Then you've got lift we're talking about maybe evaluation of. I think I don't have a number. I can't I don't have. But anyway, the other one is Uber and we're talking about one hundred twenty billion. So we're talking about finally, maybe some of these IPO's kidding the market and becoming public entities. Let's talk about it with Jeff Grebo. He's America's venture capital leader at Ernst and young based in San Jose, California in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, and yeah, if you went late last year, this was going to be one of the big themes of twenty nineteen and then when the markets fell apart, everybody got a little worried, but nonetheless, we're starting to see league at IPO's. They will be coming. They will say, well that's going to be one thing. Leads nineteen two thousand eight. Eighteen was a phenomenal year. We had one hundred thirty eight billion dollars put to work which crushed whatever we saw in terms of what was put to work in the venture space in the dot com era. And so. And get your head around that everybody just sit with that was really great. Yeah. And and a big trend that drove that which is something that's also you'll get your head around was it was driven by mega rounds. So and we define a mega around is any company that's raised one hundred million dollars or more. There were two hundred and twenty one companies it raised one hundred million dollars or more in two thousand eighteen which is significant say the lease up from one hundred twenty nine year before right? And you do the math. That's there's two hundred sixty one working days in a year. That's almost one hundred million dollar deal a day for a year in the venture space. Where is all the money coming from or rather not where it's coming from per se to do the to do these deals, but what who's the loser on this end? Because if it's going into all this IPO, it's got to be coming out of somewhere. Well, the money. So you were talking about a little bit yields and whatnot. So we've been in an historic low yield environment. And what's happened is to get yield investors? Have had to assume more risk and that has pushed a ton of capital into the venture space. So other asset classes are buying down. That has ballooned the amount of capital that we've seen what's been in comparison. Right. We talk about whether it's family wealth offices. Whether it's instant pick your institutional investor right in that seat seeking yield. They have moved into other areas and big time in terms of providing money for startups and venture. Yeah. Because you go back probably seven or eight years, and we wrote something on this that what you if you look at other asset classes IPO's at that time were crushing other asset yields, and so a lot of these sophisticated investors buy in across multiple asset platforms, and so really even by IPO's. And so they decided to say, hey, why instead of just by why do we buy a little earlier, maybe we'll get more on the IPO? So in general as you say they're chasing risk if you will to to get yield these have you the rest of the stock market how how these performed I mean investors made the right decision. By putting money into into. I if you well, I mean, that's interesting phenomena in an interesting asset class not for everybody. I mean, I I can't tell you. I think year to date last year. IPO's worry pretty good bet. RIP Bloomberg IPO index was up five percent last year. Okay. And I'm trying to see what was going on that. Right. Let me just see my track record. I'll tell you that actually forgive me. That's for twenty seventeen. So let me see if I can get the I don't know. I don't have the two thousand nine hundred. But yeah, I think you're right that it was a better year. And so what happens is when yields are up in those markets more buyers come in. And so and you do have large buyers. It's just not mom and pops that are buying it. There's large institutions that by significant positions of these that actually mom and pops have exposure to you wanted to minimus basis through. Mutual funds and other types of things and other types of instruments. Well, it's interesting too. I do wonder now the renaissance IPO ETF it was actually down seventeen and a half percent last year. And I'm thinking that they probably if you take into account that December month really kind of change the overall indices, maybe some of it was then I'd have to take a look and just see how what the history was. But we are in a volatile environment. Yeah. It was up twenty nine percent of you ticket. I think till a little bit early. Sorry. I'm just playing around with. And so what I am curious about is because there's so much money flowing around. Jeff, I mean, it does allow I do wonder about the IP alternately come to market are they stronger are they healthier? Well, these companies are much older than they were you compare. Everybody loves to compare dot com. Era versus today and the companies today have have significant top line numbers and they've been around for quite some time. And they've got the other got some real beef to them and their and it gets to be more. A question of. How much is there there versus is there? A there there and back in the dot com era. It was a basically a lot of these IPO's were public venture capital. And now it becomes a bad on. Okay. How big will these companies be and can they with girth and the breadth in the meat that they've put on the bone? Can they get to be profitable? You've mentioned essentially will it slowdown. What is twenty nineteen go to look like a week going to keep going at that twenty eight thousand pace or we're starting to hit a wall somewhere? Nothing can continue to go up into the right forever. Find you know looking forward into twenty nineteen. I would find it hard to believe we would be twenty eight. But I think twenty nine thousand nine can be a fairly substantial year for a variety of reasons. One is we talked about the that is gonna shine. You're gonna see some significant companies go public in the next six months. That's that's gonna shine a bright light on the asset class, and there's gonna be some real money return to investors, and so that's gonna keep that piece of the equation going. What's the next round like after we get through the Uber's the lifts the pinta rests and a few others Airbnb. What are the ones that are kind of? What's the next round of now? I'm just curious like, what are you looking at because we've been looking at these I feel like for so long, and if talking about that, well, I mean or even just industries like where you're seeing kind of interesting developments. Well, there's a lot going on in fintech. There's a lot going in healthcare. I'm assuming with technology enabled one of industries, which is also another tale when helping to push all this money into venture capital and also helping to. Areas like New York, which was not a big venture capital place. But now it's got a significant start up, and he started PICO system and environment. Do you get nervous at all about in terms of the the market volatility? We've certainly seen increased volatility in the last year or so how does that impact? What we're seeing in terms of the world or does it just operate separately? These are ten plus your asset classes, they don't correct day-to-day monta month quarter to quarter year year, these are long term asset classes, you know. There was fifty five billion dollars raised into venture funds last year to be deployed over the next ten years. So there is significant dry powder. Now, if a substantial event or nuclear winter were to happen economically. Yeah. People will slow down. But there's also the old adage of hey recession is never a better time to start a company and to put money in the ground in venture capitals may got to put it to work right now. Otherwise, exactly their investors. Get frustrated they are on a timetable to deploy capital. And so, you know, so the IPO's are going to be one thing there is a significant number of companies out there. We're tracking over eighteen thousand venture backed startups in the US that have raised over half a trillion dollars at book value. So yeah, when you look at the pipeline, there's a lot to be fed there. So regardless of what happens a lot of these companies, raise capital Soleil will be coming back to market, you know, and to your point earlier, you know, up into the right forever. You know, people are starting to think about well. You know? It won't go up into the right? So should we start to think about being prepared for something? And so we're starting to hear about investors talking about, hey, we have other investors who want to come in. Why don't we do a preemptive around and just sit on it just to make sure what there's nothing wrong with having nine to twelve months of cash. The I was just gonna ask you that. How do you how to have your hedge that bet? So if you're in an initial investor, do you sort of let other people in and sell some of your shares to to hedge that if you will and just let more people in and spread your risk out. Well, that'd be that would be secondary. At actually have friends in the angel market who have done that who have taken money off the table. But primarily what it's doing. There will be some dilution especially because a lot of these are going to be growth rounds, which you'll be substantial amounts and certain of these investors that we talked about that are buying down or from other asset classes, we'll want to have a certain sluggish capital. And so and that also may give. Founders and employees and opportunity to give a little bit of
Hydrox Accuses Oreo of Supermarket Sabotage
"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday, January twenty ninth hydraulics is suing the cookie monster. No, not the Sesame Street character, of course. But Monday's international the company that owns competitor Oreo. It's a rivalry more than a century old in one thousand nine hundred eight sunshine, biscuits, invented the hydroxy cookie so named because sunshine thought a mash up between hydrogen oxygen would evoke purity the cookie with white cream sandwiched between two chocolate wafers caught on with consumers and competitors rival Baker Nabisco debuted. It's chocolate sandwich, cookie. The Oreo just four years later for decades after the two snacks vied for cookie domination with hydro signaling that its name presented some. Challenges. I'm a high drugs cookie. I drugs trucks, some kids have trouble remembering my name. I don't understand why in two thousand three hydroxy then owner Kellogg decided to discontinue the cookie much to the dismay of hydroxides Colt following Kellogg revived it in two thousand eight to celebrate hydroxy one hundred anniversary. But the crunchy treat made little more than a cameo appearance before once again disappearing into obscurity that is until Elliott Kassof CEO of leaf brands bought the trademark for all of two hundred and seventy five dollars. Leave specializes in reviving beloved cookie and candy brands from the past like Astro pops and wacky wafers. Remember those in twenty fifteen Cass off bought up supermarket shelf space and plopped hydroxy next to Oreo and four thousand cookie I'll shelves nationwide hydroxy enthusiast. Sts cheered. But cast-offs good fortune. Didn't last today you'll find hydroxide on only a few hundred supermarket shelves. So what went wrong? Well cast off blames the Oreo last summer. He filed a lawsuit with the Federal Trade Commission. He claims parent company Mondays is stealing hydroxy shelf space to stop hydroxides and kill the upstart cookie competitor. He's spreading the message with a hashtag stop hiding. The hydraulics could monta lease actually be sabotaging hydraulics, theoretically. Yes category winners like Oreo often stock the shelves in big grocery stores, giving them a leg up, but Monda leases Scoffing at the lawsuit. They say stores simply give Oreo better placement because well Oreo is Oreo America's favorite cookie. That's a lie says Cass off. And he wants congress to get involved. He may have to wait in line. In the meantime, most hydroxy lovers have only one option to feed their cookie cravings by hydroxide. In bulk on Amazon and freeze the extras freezer, burn hydraulics and not even the cookie monster would get excited about that. One. Romm wondering this business wars day? Hey, what are you love so much that you freeze it for posterity tweet it at business. Thanks for listening. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Oh, stop hiding hydraulics which. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets week, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily again. Get nets weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash. W daily now. One more time net sweet dot com slash VW daily.
Dow Industrial, Dow And Charlie Pellett discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law
"Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. Chips stocks rallying NASDAQ higher up eleven now a gain of two tenths of one percent s&p. Dow both on the monta side with the s&p down eight a drop right now of three tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's down one hundred twenty seven a drop their of five tenths of one percent trade tensions again
"monta" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A pedestrian is dead after getting hit in front of monta vista high school in spring valley last night. Authorities say the pedestrian was not in a crosswalk when they were hit this happened around eight thirty last night on Sweetwater springs boulevard that roadway was shutdown between Austin drive and low Mullane during the investigation. Contaminated runoff in the water aid, imperial beach could spill over onto the streets. Rain this week has already forced the closure of shorelines as raw sewage and other harmful toxins have been pouring in from the Tijuana river adheres Bill Holland with his market update. Stocks fire and now up over six percent. So far this year. China says it may have a way to end the trade imbalance on. We'll come to Washington for talks on January thirty meanwhile, Wall Street's on track for the best weekly game in six months and this ahead of a three-day weekend industrial production up. It's surprising three in December test with down ten percent. We'll cut payroll seven percent three thousand jobs and negative guidance. Walmart and CVS pharmacy deal. Well, Schaumburg J J B hunt. Both higher on each holiday and seven sixty care from the well, we don't have any rain in the forecast. So that's good. Currently though, the cloud. The skies are cloudy. We have sixty degrees at Lindberg. Field. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news more. Armstrong and Getty is next. Hey, it's spread coming up on my show today starting at three is the government still closed as shot is somebody blinking. We'll tell you suburban show AM seven sixty talking breaking. Probably wondered yourself what Jack. And Joe talk about during the commercial breaks. We're just in talking about the importance of stretching and how we never do it. Now, we should start. I should make that my New Year's resolution started. Now, I start stretching every single day for five minutes that was mine. A couple of years back was was stretching. I cannot touch my toes, and I'm tall and old tall. People for not flexible is not a good combination. Miami. If you drop a pen and say, oh, no, you ought to consider daily.
"monta" Discussed on KGO 810
"Be speaking with Angela Todd of the monta villa initiative again members the montville initiative group accused. They're they're accused of harassing homeless people. Are they are accusing we'll find out. But I want to hear what their response is to what's going on there outside of Portland. But now we're going out to Kyle cow. Go ahead. Doc degree though. I just want to preface this with the I watch CNN Democrats go on CNN, they say, we don't need a wall. These guys just don't know what they're talking about. My my wife is Mexican all of her family are obviously Mexican they live on the border of south, Texas, and Mexico. You're eagle pass Texas. The border is a disaster. The my father in law used to give water to you know, illegal immigrants coming across the border, and that was fine. And they're very compassionate people down there on the border in in in the gun stolen from his house from illegal immigrants that were actually later recovered by from illegal immigrants from the the border patrol my brother-in-law's, they patrol the border once a border patrol agent. One's a USDA agent. They both found bodies in the river. They've found dismembered bodies in the river. My father-in-law literally two weeks ago just place and legal Immigra. Under citizens around who with armed crossing the border. So these Democrats they don't go to the border. They don't talk to the professionals. They don't talk to you the border patrol agents. They don't read or conduct studies. It's political. It's all political rhetoric that we do need a wall. We need a wall we need. Censored more sensors, we need more drones. We need more personnel. We need everything including a wall. But they don't know. They actually don't know what they're talking about. They are not speaking in fat. I don't think anybody cares. I don't think anybody care really wanna know. What's going? They don't care. They get too much political capital out of the wall. But let's just you know. That stuff is just horrific. The worst thing that happens at the border that they've talked about their called rape trees k the smugglers that smuggled these groups of people across the border, literally they they or their cronies or cohorts or even people in these groups coming across the border. They will literally rape women on the journey coming over here. You'll take their underwear, and they'll hang them in a tree, and they have these trees down there. They'd have like thirty five pieces of underwear to gross like SUV. S U S for you series, especially notch in their belt or.
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"He said, it's okay. That's funny. Steve. All right. Well, thanks for bringing that interesting piece of information, by the way, not solve. I almost started hate following someone on Instagram, and I really would encourage you not to do this. But I watched an episode of undercover boss over the holiday break. Oh, yeah. Used to watch that I watch it every week every Friday, and you know, the disguises on undercover boss are so. They are horrible. Give preschoolers Abaga say make this not look like your mom. It's just so so terrible. Anyways, Armando Montelongo if you remember that name it's because he was in one of the first of flipping shows about a decade ago on HGTV he and his wife were on the show at the time there since divorced, but he was on undercover boss in guys, do whatever you have to do to watch the episode of our Mondo monta Longo on undercover boss, it he will make your skin crawl. I promise. I mean every word that comes out of his mouth, he just cheesy. Now, he is the fifth assists of everything that I believe in. If you're a big into high character, people, not your guy, you want someone who values the appearance of being rich, and or being rich and flaunting it. Just such a d- we allow that some people have money and kind of play it cool. This dude is a Mondo. Do we? I mean, just a toll Shad Mondo Mondo monta Longo. I could see why his wife divorced him just to get out of that name. Well, then he described he has a girlfriend of which she described in the my girlfriend and she lives with me. I'm a month ago. Referring to himself Monday. Like at one point. He described suffragette doesn't like that. He said, I'm a multi multi multi millionaire. Congratulations are Mondo. Yeah. After the. Anyway, Armando month Lago don't follow him on Instagram. And but you should watch the show because it's really a good hate watch. Okay. All right. We'll do Steve when we come back on. Okay. We're gonna put some people in time out who are doing something based off of the movie that both of you watched on net flicks. They need to stop. We'll get to that. And more coming up next on mytalk one zero seven one. Celebrating.
A New Law In Latvia Aims To Preserve National Language By Limiting Russian In Schools
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything this year. Lot is celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of its founding as an independent country, even though for half that time it was as an unwilling member of the Soviet Union now to strengthen its national identity. Lot government has decided to cut down on the use of the Russian language in schools, but that is causing an outcry from some Russian speaking residents. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from the Latvian capital Riga. In Riga's historic old town, you can hear a cacophony of languages as foreign tourists pack, the cobblestone streets. If you over here locals, there's likely to be speaking Russian as they are Latvian. That's one reason. Let us government has passed a law that starting next year will limit Russian has a language of instruction in the country, schools out constitution stays the state languages Latvian. Whereas at home, you can speak your mother tongue freely. Non Jackson whatsoever. Ricard's Kohl's is a lawmaker from the nationalist party that pushed for the law Latvia's, a tiny nation of less than two million people and many Latvians feel the need to protect themselves from cultural and political assimilation by their giant neighbour. Russia, basically, we are nation state. So we're founded on the basis of language tradition and culture, we Hainault independence in very troubled times. But about a quarter of Latvia's population. Don't share those traditions their ethnic Russians, many of whom moved here during Soviet times to find out what ordinary citizens think. I leave the quaint steeples of the old town and head for Riga's central station. Whose money these jump on a commuter train going to the edge of the city. Monta neighborhood was built during Soviet times row after row of concrete, apartment blocks. You're I run into Eric Garner's a driver who's out for a walk with his wife. He thinks the law is really about October's parliamentary election chew step only sokaia. Needs to use it when you're pure politics. If there weren't such bands like the language law. There would be a lot fewer problems in our society, Dr snicks ethnic Latvian, but says he feels more comfortable speaking Russian. He says language isn't an issue in daily life, Dr snicks laughs when I mentioned that opponents of the law are accused of being puppets of the Russian president. Dr Nick says he's never considered himself when of lady Amir, Putin's helpers, but Russia's annexation of Crimea for years ago is still on the minds of many Latvians putting justified his military intervention in Ukraine by claiming to defend the rights of Russian-speakers there. Elisabetta christova says a similar scenario could happen in Latvia. If our addition will increase ethnic tension, then online point it would be possible christova as an ethnic Russian activist who is suing the Latvian government over the language law to Latvian security services suspect, her of working for the Kremlin. She says she's acting on her own convictions. I hopefully, they'll find a good way in our state without violence and his out needs to us help to any foreign country, Latvia sovereignty is supported by its membership in NATO and the European Union Carlos shut door skips. The education minister says the new law is intended to defuse ethnic tension. If we are not. Learning together, we are not able normally to live together. And therefore, this is just the breaking ice between two communities in Latvia. He says the new law will help integrate Russian-speakers into Latvian society, Lucian, Kim and PR news Riga, Latvia. If you like this podcast discover the rest of the NPR portfolio at NPR dot org slash podcasts. And learn more about eight of the country's top twenty podcasts according