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New York gives final salute to slain NYPD officer
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NYC Councilman Joe Borelli: Kristin Richardson Jordan Is a Disgrace
"'cause I had to ask you about the city council member from Harlem. This Harlem councilwoman is Kristen Richardson Johnson. She tweeted out, sympathy for the relatives the families of both the NYPD officers Jason Rivera and wilbert Mora and the killer. This woman literally we know she's against the police. She's said many times before we got a strip funding from the police, their white supremacists and all the garbage that these lunatics on the left say about our police, but she had the audacity councilman borelli to tweet out sympathies and condolences to the families of the family of this monster. I got to get your take on this councilman. Mike, she's an absolute disgrace. I mean, she is someone who doesn't deserve to be in office. She's someone who doesn't deserve to represent a vibrant and historic community like Harlem, frankly, people who live in her district deserve better. And unfortunately, the voters are stuck with her, at least for the next two years before they can find somebody else. You know, Mike, we have a lot of people in the city council and city government here who are African American who are Democrats who I disagree with all the time. But are fundamentally decent people and when two police officers were murdered serving this city, they all found somehow that the strength to say kind things and supportive things about the men and women of law enforcement. It's almost it's almost like being on Mars to find someone who just can't find kind and comforting words to mention two police officers who are killed in her own district. I mean, police officer Rivera was probably her constituent that the guy lived just a mile or even less from where he was killed. This is a member of her community.
NYPD Commissioner Sends Heartfelt Message About Second Officer's Death in Harlem Shooting
"Yesterday, the New York City police commissioner key shot sewell sent out a beautiful message about the passing of the second NYPD officer who was gunned down while responding to a domestic disturbance call in Harlem, she tweeted wilbert, wilbert Mora is three times a hero for choosing a life of service for sacrificing his life to protect others for giving life even in death through organ donation. Our heads are bowed and our hearts are heavy. It's a great message, I think that speaks for New Yorkers and Americans who have followed the story of these two young officers ambushed and murdered by a monster,
"mora" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Coaches you never heard about that are making impact that are changing the dynamics of the game constantly. And that if you're open minded, there's a lot of there's a lot of resources out there that can help you succeed and move outside of your comfort zone. And, you know, when you're a head coach and you're ingrained in your program, I think sometimes you get a little bit isolated. So moving out of that environment for the last several years has made me less isolated. And more open to change. And I think that's a real positive. And it's also given me a time to reflect on the things that I think I did well in the years I need to improve and the things that I need to learn. And I've had time to do that. And I've done that. And so kind of walk into this job with a, you know, the same passion, the same intensity, the same standards that I've always had. But I would say this. More deliberate, more patient, but still with the same sense of urgency. And so right now it feels good. Now I start losing some games. You know me. I mean, you know, but hopefully that didn't happen too much. Jim, I wanted to ask you the context of this of your time out and looking for the next job to get back in because I getting to know you some since you were at UCLA one term that I feel like comes up sometimes is an enigma a little bit. Because on one hand, a lot of people may know this name in football, Brandon Huffman. He's a recruiting reporter. And I know from talking to Brandon before I got to know you, you really went to bat and did some remarkable selfless work to help him raise money for his late daughter's cancer cause. And it was like in a huge way. And I know that from branded. And then I did a story on you where I was talking about the literally you're climbing mountains when you went to climb Kilimanjaro and raise a ton of money and to get water wells there with Chris long's organization. And so this is kind of getting into the enigma part of the so I remembered it was amazing stuff, and I remember we talked about it for the story and then we were going to have you guys on Fox was going to have you guys. I think the opening game against a and M and I just remember our producers like, yeah, we can't jump down on it's a little bit. I was just like, okay. And I felt like always there was like I don't even know how to put it. It was like, sometimes it was like, you did the heavy lifting, but sometimes you know, it was like, on the PR side of it, it could be a little bit challenging. It seemed like that would have seemed like the easy side. Like the cake was already made. All you had to do is sit down and eat it. From the time you were out, I'm curious because I'm sure you heard some of the perceptions of what people thought of you as you were looking for your next jobs. Is that something that you had more awareness of or how did that I guess how did that sit with you, knowing you come into UCLA, you beat USC the archrival three times in a row right out of the gate? You probably could have been the head coach of Texas at some point. And then all of a sudden, when you're out, it's like some of these jobs were like, you know, you wouldn't think Jim Mora would have had any interest in that. And you're like, why would that place not even pursue him? And I was just fascinated by how you took all that in. Well, I was tough. Having the success that we had to not have more opportunities early, but I don't regret the fact that I got to spend a lot of time with my kids, either. But yeah, I mean, I'm not going to lie to you. I mean it's stuck with me. You know, I've always been really good with media and I've always been I've done production meetings, felt like that was an opportunity to help the men that the women that were doing our games tell our story. I wanted them to be educated, but sometimes I was a little elusive because there were so many other things going on. The philanthropic work has always been part of who I am. I think that's ingrained in me, you know, from my mom and my dad. And I guess I never looked at that as heavy lifting. I looked at that as serving others. And, you know, I climbed a couple of mountains for money, climbed rainier and raised half a $1 million for the United way, climbed Kilimanjaro, I have a water well that we were able to sink in eastern Africa in the name of Nick the squally. I remember Nick that UCI player. There's a small village out in the Serengeti, and there's a water well that's serving thousands of people and it has nicked the squalid name on it. And pat Patterson, who is my good friend, Mark Patterson's dad, we did it together and we dedicated to those two guys. And then, of course, the stuff with brand. I mean, those are things that touch your heart..
"mora" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Probably remember cow being really good, but short of that, I mean, what's the other PAC 12 school that you think is really good? It's just Oregon and USA. Stanford, I don't know. UCLA Stanford, I mean, those it's true over the last I mean, Stanford's gone in the tank here recently, but over the decade as a whole, Stanford was more successful than Washington. But as there are some very unique challenges to the Stanford job that you wouldn't necessarily have washed in. The other thing I'd say about Washington is there have been a lot of really good recruits coming out of that state recently. They just haven't been able to get them. If you are a good recruiter and you can land that receiver that just went to Ohio State and some of the other kids have come out of there. You're going to be doing pretty well for yourself. Do you want to segue too? I know you do. I've had so many segues in mind. Our guest did coach in the pack 12 championship game. And has been out of coaching for four years now and has now resurfaced as the head coach at UConn, and is already there. He's already on the staff. Was at the Clemson game, which is very unique. We asked about that and a lot of other things. I think you're going to find it really interesting. Let's go to our guests. All right, Steve, we are pleased to be joined by our guest. The new Yukon head coach, Jim Mora coach. Thanks for joining us today on the audible. Thanks for having me. I'm honored to be a part of this. All right, so we're glad to have you. You were kind of a neighbor of mine here in the south bay and in sunny Southern California. Pretty glorious place to live. What has it been like for you? You've lived in a lot of really cool places. I'm not saying I lived in Connecticut for a while when I was ESPN. But what has this transition been like and why Yukon for you at the stage of your career? All right, Bruce, you're right. I've moved around a lot in most recently I was living in sun valley Idaho. And so coming to an area that, you know, has some seasons appealing to me. I'm not afraid of the cold. I love the cold grew up. And boulder Colorado and Seattle Washington. So it can handle that. The reason this was appealing was number one, I have a burning desire to coach again. You know, I'm passionate about coaching football and in my 6 years at UCLA learned that the best fit for me in my personality was college football. And so when the Yukon job well, I'd spent the last three years, you know, being more of a dad than anything. My youngest son was in high school. You know, my kids have made a million sacrifices for me, and he had kind of asked me, hey, dad, if you could, you know, maybe hold off from coaching until I go to college that would be great so that we don't have to move or I don't have to move or you don't have to leave me, you know, I'm like, hey, I really won't pursue much. There's a couple things we're interesting that I really just didn't have that get up and go to really go after it. But when all four of my kids then were in college or out of college, you know, the runway was clear. And they all felt like this was something that I love to do and they supported me. The Yukon job came open. I've spent a ton of time back here because I was working for ESPN. So I've been in Bristol and Hartford. A number of times I've been on the Yukon campus. I've seen their amazing. I mean, these are really nice facilities here. Really nice facility. And I only football with basketball and baseball and track and we're building a new hockey complex in the soccer. It's just everything's top notch. So I express some interest. And I got interest back. So I started to communicate with David Benedict, who is the athletic director here who does a great job. We had some Zoom calls. As we talked more and more, I got more and more excited, apparently he did as well. You know, we were kind of feeling each other out. I went to Italy on a planned vacation with my fiance and as I was in Italy, I was talking to David a little bit and he said, listen, I want to come up to Utah, and I want to get together. And so when I got home from Italy, he was waiting in sun valley for me. On a Sunday Night, a little over ten days ago and we spent Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday together almost nonstop and he had offered me the job. I think on Wednesday, accepted it. We were together Thursday, flew out to Clemson on Friday and, you know, we're rolling now. So let me ask you that part of it. So what goes on with an AD in sun valley, where you are like, are you on the you can't be on the board with him for three days? So like, what kind of stuff are you guys talking about for all the time, beyond just getting know each other? Well, we're getting to know each other more than anything. Like you just said, we're talking philosophy. We were talking staff. We were talking culture. We were talking recruiting, we were talking about, you know, our philosophies on program building. We were talking about the challenges here at UConn. We were talking about, you know, my history, the good things in the bad things and how I've learned from them. The thing that was most impressive to me was David. You know, I can tell you that after a few hours, I was very convinced that this is someone I could work for. And they put me on the phone with the governor with former players with business leaders with people in our community with some of our top football supporters and campus supporters in two T, they also had the same thing as, you know, this has been a basketball school, but we want to support the football program. And we're not giving up on it, and we are here for you. And their messages were maybe 7 different words, but the message was always clear and it was if I come here, I'd have a chance to do something special. And so every day I got a little more excited. I went down to Clemson. I was in the press box for two and a half quarters and I couldn't help myself and went down in the field. I'm glad I did because we were struggling in that game from a score standpoint, but I got a chance to see how these guys were fighting for each other for their school for their team. Their attitude was great. I got a chance to get up close to him, meet some guys, see the physicalness of our team. And every day I get a little more excited Bruce. So, Jim, I wanted to, you mentioned, obviously going to Clemson. I think this is unique in that you got hired before the season is over. And you are already an assistant, right? You're considered part of the staff. Correct. So how are you taking advantage of that in terms of just talk to us about how that works? There's a head code now. But you are also the head coach of UConn and you will be the head coach of Yukon. How is that all work?.
"mora" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Welcome to the audible presented by Trader Joe's. I'm Stuart mandel, joined as always by Bruce Dalvin Bruce. We have a great guest this week, and it's new Yukon coach. Jim Mora, a lot of people were saw that, you know, that came out of nowhere. Really Jim Moore's going to use to the Yukon. We talked to him. We were on Skype. He had his Yukon logo already. Donnie it proudly. But first, a couple quick items we wanted to get to. Okay, last night was the latest ranking show. Boy, those ranking shows really tick you off, don't they? It's not just me. It is me, but it's not just me. I feel like every week, Gary barda finds a way to just kind of poke everybody. And, you know, this week, you know, the CFP needs PR help, I think. I think I would start with that, right? You don't think paid consultant Ari fleischer is doing well by them? No, that's stooge, is about as bad as it gets. I'm sorry, they need real help. By all accounts, Gary barter is a really smart guy and a decent guy. But I feel like and he's in a kind of a thankless position because as we've said before, if you're the CFP chairman, you really have to kind of be the explainer for what goes in the room, even if you don't necessarily agree with all those things. But when he starts out a sentence with these these 5 words, set aside watching the games. Whatever you say beyond that, you're digging out of a big hole. And to me, that kind of gets to the core of one of the fundamental frustrations with the CFP rankings. What happened on the field and what happens on the scoreboard don't tell me about other stats. You know what's that I want to hear about? The one that's on the scoreboard that's on both sides of where the time remaining is. That's what matters. I don't care how many first downs a team had, I don't care how many total yards. You don't care about you're telling me you don't swear by relative scoring differential. No, you remember game control game control was annoying. I don't think so game control is an ESPN status. But like FBI. Exactly. I think that certain phrases live on, right? The Stanford body clock comment. I believe that was Jeff long. You know, it still gets repeated to this day and there's no doubt in my mind that this one will hover over the committee for years to come. He was answering a question from restate this about there was no drama in the show. The top 7 stayed exactly the same. So they went back to the Michigan, Michigan state head to head again. And I don't know if he was just frustrated, having to answer this again, it seemed like he really wanted to make this point. Set aside watching the game, so that's certainly a part of it, but statistically, in just about every category, offensively and defensively, Michigan comes out on top over Michigan state. As many people on Twitter said, except for one particular stat, which was the final score. What's so bizarre about this whole situation and you and I talk about last week, they're going through a lot of this seems like a weird hill to die on when Michigan states either going to beat Ohio State this week and jump them or lose their IO state and fall further behind. It's going to be mood. So it'd be so much less controversial for them if they just kept the head to head for now. But what he said is accurate, you know, the Michigan statistical profile and those advanced stats they use is much better than Michigan states, but you know what's an even wider disparity? Ohio State over Oregon. He has made no attempt to explain or maybe he's attempted to have done a good job of explaining why it's so important to keep that organ Ohio State head to head, but that it's irrelevant. Why do you think that is? Why do you think that is? Well, there's one explanation he could give that would make more sense than what he's saying. He could come out and say, well, we watched that organ don't have state game. Oregon led from start to finish. It was on the road in Columbus. We consider that a pretty definitive statement win, whereas Michigan state was at home, they fell down by a large deficit. There were frankly some calls that could have gone the other way. And so, yes, they won the game, but we didn't think it was quite as indicative of the quality of the teams as Ohio State organ was. But he hasn't said that. Yeah. Every week I watch that show, I'm like, I hate this shit. You know, I just hate that show. And the thing is, I like all the people on it. I just, it's like, I think it is set up to, you know, I don't watch like the mornings first take shows or even the ones that are on the company I work for. I'm not watching that. I do not want to, like, I don't know why somebody watches something like that just to get annoyed, especially if you're a fan of those schools, right? Like the people, I don't know. And again, look, as we said, most of this stuff, maybe not Cincinnati related, but most of this stuff at least in the Big Ten is going to sort itself out. That's right. So Matt Campbell, iOS 8 cook by the way, before we get to my Campbell, am I am I wrong to be annoyed by this show? Everybody's annoyed by that show. But I know why they do it. You all watch it, right? People are annoyed by it, but they hate watch it. And so, I mean, for ESPN, it's great. It creates interest. You can't then we'll get to Saturday and you could be watching, I don't know, Arkansas state Troy game, and they'll be talking about the college football playoff rankings. There was that Cincinnati game last weekend was three and a half hours against USF. Three and a half hours of every play, well, was that enough style points? Do you think they did enough style points there? I know why ESPN does it. I'm not entirely sure why the CFP subjects their chairman to that every week. The bathwater community, they do, well, for the longest time they didn't do any sort of check in. Now they do like a top 16 with a month ago. And then that's it until you get the bracket. Okay, so let's get to Matt Campbell made a little bit of news. This morning as we're taping this on Wednesday I think it came out this morning, but maybe it was yesterday. So why don't you tell me what you thought of a clip when he is asked about expectations and the perceived goal of winning the big 12? Somebody asked him to talk about basically, you know, the person basically said, I know it was the goal of you and your players to win the big 12 championship. And that's now out of the picture. And he interrupted him and said, it wasn't my goal. Maybe it was the player's goal. My goal was not to win. You never hear me specifically say that my goal is to win the big 12 championship..
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I'm i can do it no matter what. How close were you to having to cancel that fight. Because of how you felt i had. I had to convince my team. Let's go gotta keep going. We have to. I can do this. What was it that made you want to take that. Even if you had put nobody would have blamed you. Certainly if you had pushed the fight a couple of weeks reuben a couple of months. I just feel like honestly it was a risk to do just like it would have been a waste of time. You know i'm already cab. I've been training for a little over a month already. I got it like kind of in the middle of training camp. And yeah i i probably had like a week sparring before to fight but you know this is one thing about me. I'll bring it if i gotta bring it. It's hard to tell sometimes. Virgil what is a tough fight for you. We've had some guys go. Five six rounds with the roscoe. Brad solomon maury soccer. Do kind of the same thing. Where does the hooker fight rank. Among the tougher fights that you've had 'em was it that sounds yesterday but it wasn't a fight it was of course it was a tough fight. You know he's a he had a good reach advantage. He you know he had some power on him but again he wasn't anything i hadn't seen before When you step in the ring you've got all your fights have ended by knockout. Do you feel any pressure to keep that knockout streak going no pressure at all. No pressure Honestly i just wanna fight. I wanna i wanna look good in my fight. You know i've been. I've been in a lot of amateur fights where i got the knockout. I didn't look good. Doing my dad was telling me dude you should. You should have did this. You know you look a little sloppy there. And i had some fights where i went the distance but you know. He was really proud of my performance. So it's just a matter of how i look. I remember having this conversation. I have similar composition beggar berlanga recently where he was telling me how he was kind of relieved that his first round knockout streak ended in his last fight. It will there be any part of you that will be. I don't know relieved if you go to the decision at some point i don't know for lead this the word for it but maybe Maybe i'll be kind of.
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Forty six. that's more than two per division. Now you'll get the other three. By the way every sanctioning bodies they have fifty four titleholders combined the other. Three sanctioning bodies. Wba has always been shameless. Now we're getting a deeper look at some of the corruption last weekend. Michael fox twenty five year old welterweight. He won would appear to be a clear decision over. Gabrielle cleared everyone of course except for the three judges who all scored the fight for my straight the decision rob. Vox of the biggest one of his career and interim hundred forty-seven title whenever the fuck that is in the aftermath. We learned that one of the judges. Gloria martinez rizzo has a history of racist tweets. Fox of course is black. Yahoo sports reported that q-bert mendoza the president of the wpa is something of a shadow manager for maestri who was venezuelan. Where the wb has been headquartered in the past. Mendoza is now scrambling. He says he has suspended. Rizzo and has ordered rematch twin fox and maestri for what it's worth fox told me he doesn't think my straight is going to take that rematch. Mendoza says he plans to start eliminating some of the wb some wbz titles beginning in the fall. Sergio your reaction to this complete mess. I held my nose while you were going on your rent there. Because it's it's thinks it stinks. It's that that's the reason. It's boxing is so so dirty sometimes and for you to sit there and tell me that there's fifty four champions or fifty four titleholders in boxing. There's only twelve divisions. How how linda hel is there that many. There's not dip made for clarity. The wnba has seventeen way classes forty-three titleholders. The other three sanctioning bodies have eighteen way classes. Because god's bridge wait still that but they only have fifty four combined so forty-three in with one sanctioning body fifty four with all the other three insane still a lot. That's a lot of side to side. Put them in the forty three for. The wb is bonkers. We know that they have at least two belt holders in most weight classes. Oftentimes they have three. We are calling a fight. On saturday between rene alvarado and roger gutierrez which is four one version of the as hundred thirty pound title. There are multiple versions of it out there so the wbz is a parasite on boxing. It is sucking the life out of boxing with how it conducts. Its business. So i mean just to be clear on the number of titles their forty. Three's there number parasite. I would say i would have said you know vampire but yeah the world champion super champion. The regular champion the interim champion. That's even talking about gold champ data. Which is the new thing is well. Yeah diamond champions. Champions in recess. I i yeah. It's it's ridiculous to twelve thirteen divisions that she'll be thirteen champions. I wasn't old days. That's seventeen to keep doing this. Seven talk there should be seventeen. Titles and yes. I agree with you. One on the one b. one per wake less and that's one of the issues here but whenever whenever you start asking me. What do you do about this. Well look fighters aren't gonna strike because when you pick up a belt you make up make more money so fighters aren't going to get together and change this. It's the people that are holding the reins the people would actual power. It's the promoters and the networks that are going to have to do something they're going to have to get in the way here and say if the wba is going to be the the the the sanctioning body that these fighters are going to fight twelve rounds for for this belt..
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Well they should do narrow span says the next one think that was called glass or i loved that. Tweet that aerospace. I've been through tougher. Best he has more wreck. I believe that well anyway. Let's put that to bed right now. Let's now move to paki out against uganda's not well known to the mainstream public but a very good fighter. Excellent resume good record. How big a threat do you see. Gossiping demanding pack you. You know if pactel was training us for eight weeks for two months. And i would i would say is going to run through him but since he wasn't trained for who used training for a completely different style. This is going to be a problem for many yell at forty one years old you play different styles to clarify spence. S the southpaw. Write a song power. Punching south park comes forward excellent body. Puncher your dentist. Googlers is more of a of a you know. He has a cuban style at that amateur pedigree he he can be a cutie can bang he can box but he's mostly he'll be happy pecking you apart. So he went from an aggressive southpaw to a guy that can back up and fight behind jab in orthodox fighter sold stylistically at. I think no matter. How much of a legend potbellies easy and half trouble. Because it's timing mannix. I've been here before. I'm gonna give you just in a nutshell. I was training for. Cosima unaggressive southpaw for ten weeks. I james kirkland my camp. I was getting my ass whooped rate weeks but i was trained for south pole. That fight got cancelled. Got scratched and then i got thrown in with elvin yala acuity unorthodox fighter. I struggled i was in great shape. I was hungry. I was motivated. But i wasn't training to fight unorthodox fighter i will. The timing was off. So it's this internal clock that no matter. How great legend. He's fought everyone you could think of under the sun but that it's going to be like an internal thing. It's a timing thing. I can't explain it really but it's like training yourself to sleep like working the graveyard shift training. You're slow self to sleep at daytime to work in the nighttime then all of a sudden they're going to reverse the schedule on your body at timing is going to be off. That's what's going to be the issue here. So move is being a hell of a fighter. The timing is going to be off for pockets. Dangerous yoga's to remember. He was training for an orthodox fighter. And back as southbound right so so there's also the reverse can be true rugaas while he's training for a different style of opponent as well..
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I mean he's shown as his fights have gone a little bit longer. Fifth sixth rounds. He's been just as strong justice. Powerful just as tough but kavalyauskas the type of guy that i mean look. He took turns crawford into the eighth round of that fight on. Say nine ninety nine around of that fight. He's he's a tough guy. If you can go nine rows turns crawford you should be able to go nine rounds of virgil ortiz. He dropped crawford. Hurt crawford didn't call that a game plan that fight like no no. No no no see. This is the thing. Kvass fought a patient fight. he wasn't throwing the punches. You normally throws. He wasn't aggressive because he he he gave a different. Look to crawford crawford was was you know turned off or switched off by that but then of course he turned it on once. He got rock. That's what champions do kavalyauskas tricky fighter. I mean he's a strong experience. Fighter has timing the number one thing with fighters that are strong and and our experienced like like. I've lost this timing. He has the power he has strengthened experienced two-time olympian..
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"This is boxing with chris. Man who somebody punch in the face of the anti joshua is composed and ferocious spanish. Watts this hosted by. Si's is chris mannix. That was my moment now interviews analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing. When you have talent you are given another chance fierce. Chris mannix welcome back another episode of boxing with kris. Maddox part of the volume. Sports podcast network on this episode. Sergio mora is back. The former junior champion disowned broadcaster. And we've got a lot to discuss from the virgil ortiz. Fight this weekend. Spence is out of the manny pacquiao fight next week. The wba is behaving badly. And when will fighters start getting vaccines another fight had to be scrapped. After a fighter tested positive into that lot more with sergio more a little bit later on virgil ortiz. Junior one hundred forty seven pound contender. He joins me to talk about preparation for spy with e kavaliauskas his future fight potentially terence crawford and much more as always best support. This podcast get over apple podcasts. Post a comment leave a rating. It's simple it's easy it's free. It's the best way to make sure that we keep doing this podcast week after week. That's it onto the show. All right you ready is your you. don't look ready this thing on it. It's on then. I'll mom baby. Let's do it out here never on. What are you going to apologize to my audience right now about. What the fact that they're going to have to listen to this podcast late because you can't be trusted to do a podcast past eight pm on thursday night. I can be trusted and anyone that works for me knows that i don't function unless eleven hours sleep eleven hours and then i'm ready to go okay. But you couldn't stay. Why is it every trip. I go on with you. I feel like i'm hanging out with college. Sophomore on spring break. Because i didn't go to college and this is my college but this is your spring break. This is my spring. Break away from.
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Of a terrific new podcast series called lost in sports which explores the mysteries of the lost. Forgotten disappeared stories in the sports world. His most recent episode which you can find on the feed this week is about the bite. Fight the infamous heavyweight showdown between mike tyson and a vendor holyfield that ended with tyson taking a big chunk out of a vendor's ear specifically ben explored. What the hell happened to that piece of which never made it back onto a vander. Holyfield said so ben. Let's start there. Why did this fight. This story can fit into your podcast. So what i tried to do with this sh- podcast is kind of take some stories that people have heard of that will remember like this one. Obviously one of the most infamous moments in sports on some episodes are things. Maybe you've never heard him. But even for the ones that you have heard of we wanted to kind of find a different way in something you might not have known and what. I kind of sound kind of randomly is that the peace of of andrew. Holyfield's ear that mike tyson bit off and spit out kind of went through this weird saga. After where was found it was returned it was lost and then it was kind of the rumor swirled about what happened to it. And no one you know. There's a couple of guys the guy the mgm employees who founded in the ring and it was sort of the moment of his life. He was on david letterman afterwards. He kind of you know he. He was loving this moment. He started getting blamed. People thought he sold the ear that there were rumors of an auction and it changed. His life genuinely altered the course of his life. He quit his job. Never worked at boxing again. And i just you know it call to me in the sense of you know. This was a moment i remember. Even i was really young. But i just never knew that aspect of the story and the fact that people that were a part of it like these guys that sound the ear or the ambulance driver the paramedic that helped totally feel to the hospital. They've never known for twenty something years. What happened it was kinda just something i knew i needed to dive in on. Yeah and it's a really interesting way to dive into a story. That's been widely covered right. I mean there have been documentaries about the bite fight. It's been part of every. Mike tyson narrative that's been written or created about him. Hell my friend. George willis wrote a book about the bite. Fight at that point What i found most interesting right at the beginning was hearing kind of impact. The accusations had on the mgm employees. I mean it. Correct me if i'm wrong. But it effectively derailed a job and a career that he really loved one hundred percent and In a weird way because it wasn't like he got fired. It wasn't like you know this people were coming after him with pitchforks. But he did. He was as guy who really took pride in doing his job. He was at a low level employee. Who had dreams of being a boxing trainer in dreams of opening a gym. He took a job at the mgm to get a foot in the door. Pretty much thinking that if he got a job you know. He started as a porter at the casino. Much janitor moved up to be a glove cutter. Where he you know got to be in the ring in the arena. Helped with you know cleaning up the ring cutting the gloves and he all he wanted was to be in boxing. He moved to vegas the be in boxing..
"mora" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"This is boxing with chris manning who somebody punched him in. The face of joshua is composed and ferocious spanish. Watch this by s. Is chris mannix. That was my moments now with interviews analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing. When you have talent you are given another chance. Here's chris mannix all right. Welcome back to another episode of boxing with kris. Maddox part of the volume sports. Podcast network great show lined up for you today. I have finally tracked down. Sergio mora the former junior middleweight champion zone. Broadcaster joins me in los angeles to talk about a whole bunch of different things from giovanni davis's win a couple of weeks back deontay wilder some of the stuff. He's posting on instagram. Little strange we talk about the fights this weekend. Zeverta ramirez against sullivan barrera. You've got joe. Dias back against hobby of fortuna plus conor mcgregor are his days as a boxer over as mcgregor heads into a huge fight. This weekend. A little bit later on. Ben baskin the longtime sports reporter. He has a terrific new podcast series called lost sports. The most recent episode focuses on the bite. Fight the memorable fight between mike. Tyson and vander holyfield's specifically ben. Looks at what happened to that. Chunk of a vendor holyfield's ear that tyson chewed off. It's a great conversation and a great podcast. That ben baskin puts out quick housekeeping. Note if you like this podcast one way to support it. Get over to apple podcasts. Post a comment leave rating. It's simple it's easy it's free. It's the best way to make sure that we keep doing this podcast week after week. That's it aright onto the show. Are you gonna take your byzantine out are we. Are we doing intro. No i want you producer to play man on the run. We play that in a second. But could you take your fissile now. Sergio mora former genuity champion broadcaster. We've tracked him down. I people have to podcasts of heard the audio but to to recap you. Weeks ago we were in el paso.
"mora" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Journalist Judith Smelser on the Florida Wine Industry
"A previous episode of the zest we talked all about florida wines wines that are made from fruit that grows in florida and winds that are produced in florida. But that's not exactly what you're talking about today. So when you refer to florida's wind based businesses what exactly deeming well and obviously Florida wineries are wine-based businesses. For sure but i think What a lot of people may not think about is the fact that there are hundreds thousands of people in primarily the hospitality business. But not just that who are primarily concerned in in their careers was line. So we're talking about sommeliers. Wine directors beverage directors. But we're also talking about people who worked for distributors so the people who sell wine to those folks that you buy wine from. We're also talking about retail shops. So the boutique wine shop on your on your local main street You know your favourite wine cellar the guy or gal that you go and ask for recommendations for wines to to take to that special dinner party or just tone to drink on a tuesday night. Those are all folks who work in the wine industry in florida and our wine industry. I think is like in. Most many parts of the country is becoming a more developed as time goes along and as more folks get interested in education in getting certified in through various fine certification bodies in florida. Those are the folks that are in the wind industry that you may not think so much about what you probably interact with them a good bit. That's true and especially in florida. I mean we have so much tourism and people who come here for the restaurants. It's just people are kind of behind the scenes a lot of times. Well yeah and i think you know you. You bring up a great point about the restaurants. As as florida's culinary scene in culinary community has really grown up over the past decade or so so has the wine industry you know at people's Tastes changed and become more sophisticated when it comes to food dining More sophisticated in. Might i say more adventurous. The same is true for wine. You know you have a whole new generation of people young people coming up. Who are really interested in exploring all the nooks and crannies of the wine world. Getting out of the sort of standard organ boredeaux champagne sort of classic categories. Not that there's anything wrong with those. Don't get me wrong. I'll drink a bottle of any of those any day but when it comes to trying to explore a lot of new regions new grapes that you might have never heard of. There's a lot more interest in that and there used to be and that that goes for the whole country but it certainly goes for florida and you know like with some of the things. We might be lagging a little bit behind some of the mora cosmopolitan parts of the country but again as our culinary scene has expanded become more adventurous so has our weinstein an on ride along with it. That's great now obviously took a hit like everything. The pandemic were slowly crawling. Our way out and we can start to see the light at the end of the tunnel. But what have been the effects of the pandemic on florida's wine-based businesses. Well i mean they. They took a huge hit. This podcast on winding back. In march of twenty twenty. When i really just saw and realized the huge impact that the pandemic was going to have online businesses here in orlando and across the state. Of course you know as with with everything in hospitality in the spring in march everything. Shut down everything and wine. Businesses were in a very similar position for a while a two restaurants in that they were still allowed to sell wine to go so bars could could sell bottles of wine. Consult drinks to go if they wanted to to package it. That way on a lot of them did that but you know the difference was with with the bars. They came back a lot. More slowly than the restaurants. Were allowed to reopen. So you know. A lot of bars obviously weren't big into retail And they stayed closed for for quite a long time. Know you saw a lot of them getting quite created and we can talk bit more about that if you want but You know you really did see there for a while. It was very touch and go especially for the businesses that i tend to focus on and cover for the blog and for the podcast are are small. Businesses independently owned Local businesses here in the orlando area. And you know they were. They were hit hard. I mean they want people weren't going out they were. They were doing much of anything. Now the flip side of that and the silver lining of that Was that people were staying home. And they were still allowed to go out and buy supplies so on the retail side. If you if you had a wine shop that was just a retail based business. And i know several around here really saw their business tick up quite a bit during the pandemic because the only people were drinking wine was at home so they actually lost competition from restaurants which was kind of an interesting dynamic that you might not have expected but obviously you know has been a huge hit. I think it's going to take these small businesses especially the ones that are focused on on site consumption like bars. They're gonna take a while to build back up. And i think that's something that we're gonna see for while obviously you know i spoke of the distributors earlier. You know when you talk about behind the scenes those folks are way way behind the scenes but their crucial there are crucial part of the supply chain and so many people that i know in the distribution business got laid off or load some of them have yet to be hired back. So you know. I think it's just one of those things where we had been developing this whole wine-based infrastructure. Which you know it's holding up but it really got strained there for a while.
Boston residents celebrate NYE online
"And many others asking all of us to stay home on New Year's Eve. The final day of 2020 was quiet and Nothing like we've seen in years past the city of Boston, celebrating online with streamed performances, encouraging people to stay home people. Shall we celebrate with the people? They know people they live with. Asking people not to travel travel increases the chance of spreading the virus on the docket for many take out in a night on the couch and at La Mora and Brookline. Creativity is on the menu. Restaurant seated guests for a special New year's dinner ringing in 2021 at 2020 or 8:20 P.m.. Since the restaurant has to close at 9 30. It's been a trying year for so many, regardless of age. Let's just Local crazy love. Go on, even know we're just out of this town leg. Just go back 2019. We can't go back, but we will go forward. WBZ TV is Christina Rex reporting. One tradition that Woz upheld this year was ice sculptures, which were on display along the waterfront in Boston by a group known as Boston Harbor Now
Home Alone with Sydney Garrell
"We are. We alive we are live. we are not live sydney. Welcome back you guessed a high again no way. No i didn't know sidney from the room In some ways these movies could be any more different but You love them both. i suppose. Yeah so we'll own for me was probably going to my honestly. My favorite christmas lee growing up can remember the first year. I watched it but it quickly became a tradition for my dad and i watch it every year when i was little and my mom got so sick of it. She dropped out of that tradition. But i think if it's on tv or you know just count on. The top of our minds will still get watch here there during the holiday season. So it's definitely close to my heart. I could probably quote the whole thing still for sure for sure. I mean it's it's so much a part of the pop culture of everything. I mean just coli called can it. So many conic lines his whole attitude. i mean. He's he's so adorable. It's it's just. It's a truly iconic movie that i have to admit i. I think this may be my second time ever seeing it like i. I think my mom didn't like this movie because i brought it up Like i'm doing homeland. This like home loan. Please please reach out to us. If your mom likes home-loan 'cause i clear moms but yet like i think she didn't like it and somehow it just wasn't in the rotation So yeah. I don't have the childhood memories with this movie but like just watching this around you can kinda see how it's just it's a. It's like a lightning in a bottle kind of movie. Just everything comes together perfectly to got a great childhood actor you've got a great supporting cast and And and like john hughes movie which is awesome. Yeah i loved. I loved john hughes movies growing up as well. I think didn't macaulay culkin start out. And john hughes busy uncle buck is is that it it was. It was macaulay culkin and john. Candy is also in that john candy. Yes yeah wow who plays the polka king polka king of the midwest polka polka. Yeah no so john john. Candy is in this Yeah catherine o'hara catherine are hard. Has she like totally find your. I'm catherine o'hara apparently like a bunch of people it it went viral recently. 'cause catherine o'hara on some special media like was was was quoting her old her old lines from home alone and like all these people online were week catherine o'hara as the mom from home loan. Like what the hell like like people did not connect the to chase had such a crazy couple years with all her like It's creek and stuff that she's shits creek. Yes yes literally just watching that before the mom from cheese mora She's moya. This is what i'm ties on. Say it it's more how to pronounce that name she's war-era for shits creek kathleen high. I would never have guessed. I i mean this was nineteen ninety converted. Two thousand twenty or however long shits creek has been i mean she's an icon like so glad that she's finally getting the recognition that she'd deserves but i'm glad i could break that to you. She is yeah creek. No where near. I've nowhere near the knowledge you do when it comes to movies actors for that matter so
Police Raid House of Maradona Doctor
"Being investigated for possible manslaughter following the death off the Argentine football legend earlier this week, police and one side is search Leopoldo Lucas house and private clinic for evidence of negligence after Maradona's daughter's gave statements questioning their father's medical care. He died of a heart attack on Wednesday. He was 60. It was days after being discharged from hospital following an operation to remove a blood clot in his brain. Marcela Mora eat or alcohol is a football writer in border Silas. She began by telling me how the investigation unfolded. It emerged that he was found or pronounced dead at around midday on the 25th of November on then, a little investigation started as to when he had last been seen alive, and it appeared that it hadn't been since 11 p.m. the night before, which seemed like rather a long time for somebody who's allegedly under medical supervision. Various people had to Give their accounts. What was incredibly married on in if you like was the doctor in charge of the team gave a press conference because he's obviously scared. I mean, it's impossible to know whether There will be any criminal charges found or levied against anybody. It's almost like we now want to find somebody guilty for murdering his death because it's such a terrible Unimaginable, painful event. I want some of that news conference. He already was. It was uncomfortable, and he got quite emotional at the end. Didn't hear me And I guess he feels like the fingers sort of being pointed at him in so I mean, it is, isn't it? But I guess the idea that everybody in the country still mourning Taken. Maradona's death is now focusing on him. I'd like to be quite careful about saying everybody in the country is morning. A lot of people are very angry at the public. Funeral and the mixing of folks and there's been some angry letters written, and it's not even a political issue. Just people saying Look, we've all lost our relatives and I loved ones dying alone. Now This is kind of almost trump in White House Rose Garden type event what the doctor explained today, Maradona was medically discharged. He was in full control of the situation, and he could have dismissed any of us any point. He didn't want medical care. Eventually, the doctor just broke down. I think he's in a mixture of both fear and possibly sadness. 15 years ago when he had his stomach stapling operation, his doctor at the time. Dr Kay, who had been his position friend, his life told me in an interview that they went to recovering Cuba because Cuba was the only country in the world that would let them And because nobody wants married, don there to die in the on their patch. That's the literal quote from the doctor. Nobody wants married honor to die on their patch because of the absolute chaos that wouldn't see you. And I think we're getting a snippet. Now of what's probably to come. It won't just stay focused on these few hours before his death. Marcela Mora e Arauco, speaking to the area from point a scientist.
US golf star Collin Morikawa, 23, wins maiden major at the PGA Championship
"For college sports. Major championship decided Sunday on the PGA Tour. Colin Morikawa is gonna walk up to this and tact in a par at 18 and Colin Mora Kala with that tap in par. Is going to be the 2020 p G, a champion, the first major of the year and the first major in the career for Colin Moore, a cow at the age of 23. Serious except PGA Tour radio. It was a jam packed Leaderboard on Sunday. Seven were tied for the lead at one point, but then came the 16th hole for Morikawa. He drove the green on the par 4 16 and then sank the eagle part. He shot an impressive round of 65 on Saturday. Did even better on Sunday with a round of 64 1 29 total. For the weekend, lowest weekend ever at a major. All time. He's also the youngest to ever break 65
"mora" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"This is a great coenzyme, really loving What you're sharing with the thank you so very much now as an author yourself and having a sane, all of the things that you have done I often hear people say oh. I need to write a book. Is that always the case? Do you think everybody needs to wrote a book? No. No no I it does help. You know for example Years ago I wrote a couple of books on PR and to be honest with you. I was sure I wanted to sell books, but I wrote them to establish the company. And to. The brand. And it worked, and it worked because I didn't pitch it as a book on Pr, is what I did is I found PR train wrecks in the media back then parasail was big and other stuff like Microsoft was going through some problems, and so I would pitch. How do they overcome these issues? How do they best position themselves? And then they would get me. That would give me the interviews. They would focus on my book. And then that book gave me credibility, because then I could put on my website in all of my marketing material that I was featured on CNN or York. OR THE LA Times. And that media is always with you. It's evergreen so in that way I do think a book is A. Very strong way to separate you from you know the others in your field. Because then you're the one who wrote in quotes, the book and I don't think it's a an in doll or you know you have to have to market yourself. But it does give you another tour of of validation. You know we're working with a client right now. And sometimes it's just serendipitous sees a doctor who wrote a book on Wellness, and it came out just as the pandemic. So he got a lot more interviews and he ever would have come timing. Yeah. Okay I'm more of. You'll website and all of your wonderful common tree and your interviews, and actually the content in Pierre fulfill is dot com, which.
"mora" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"You know I'm getting the questions out and And then you try to put questions out because you know. These guys have heard the same questions day after day. Yeah Yeah Yeah because it was, I came close interviewing. Bob Dylan and we didn't get him an partly. I was okay with that because he was so burned out and you could tell the way he was doing interviews. He didn't give answers anymore. You know. He just Kinda played with the with the writer and. That's no good and you know you talked about touched on fun and the ability to control the conversation and these insights that you've. Nail sharing with your clients through payoff and filmmakers, which is your payoff and that must be just so valuable and serve rewarding when you see somebody Tyke. your knowledge and experience and start to implement a in business. I'm tokens is through. The relations expert process that you take them serve. And you're right. It is gratifying or you see that someone. There's kind of like that Aha that happens and dared. They're not only using it, but it's helping them. And so you know like I, said we are focus is now. Still makers and authors, and so we start with a brainstorming session. And in there were looking for the stories, and I emphasize plural because there's no one-size-fits-all. which brings me to my rant against press releases? Because they have their place. They have their function. But they were be at the bottom of the totem pole from my perspective to try and establish a new writer, a new filmmaker, a new entrepreneur. They're great for breaking news stories. They're great for business to business. They're great for celebrities but so many people's spend so much time in money. Sending out press releases, which one sites that all pitch 'em. There is no one size fits all cookie. See now now, so we're looking for in the brainstorming session is what our stories plural meaning. What story do we pitch to each media segment? We're going to women's oriented media. mims origin media local media pop culture media. We'd better not pitch them the exact same story or they're not going to get it. A we took video were talking. written publications were talking social media distribution. At what is the process for you? Yeah, we, we offer social media and traditional media. I always tell clients. If they're going in with an either or perspective, I.
"mora" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Even if there was an inclination to do that. Is this book is is what it should be. And so when it was over, it felt. In February complete and it felt time. To move I like to start writing something right away because that also stops me from going back. A So it felt good this time. Thank you very much for sharing these insults. His very helpful for those who are looking to write a book now Anthony from that moment in time that you released to the wall as you as you say they would have been a different set of feelings coming through because subsequently. You're on NBC being interviewed. You were being reviewed on Amazon. As you, call it out in the wild. have at that. Make you feel that different of feelings? What sort of a rush it must have been? It's completely different and To be honest, I much prefer the writing. It's once you let it go its. I explain it because I'm on the other side as well. You know with the PR company as you know, it's almost like you've given birth, and now you have to take care of that child and taking care of it means giving it the best shot it can to succeed and that involves marketing. Yo So Sometimes I'm comfortable with it. I'm having a lot of fun with this. But there are times where it's like I. Slept pulling teeth. Yeah, you really do oh it. Has. You can create a best book the best film, the best piece of art, and if you don't build that bridge between that work in your audience, no one's going to know it's there. And that's the hardest conversation I have with authors or filmmakers. Where it's like you have not finished your word yet. This is just the beginning. We actually watched the interview. I found that it. It was very interesting, and you seem very comfortable even though you might not have is is there is some sort of an odd that you need to learn to when you will giving your book the best show. I think there is and. We also have a a media trainer. WHO's an Comrie and so? She worked a lot with me just to get me. To relax and and to realize that there is a night time you know so. You don't want to give because the issue that we usually have is either a client who will answer a question with yes hard stop. which is the worst thing or Go off for two hours. It's extraordinarily or the other. Yeah, yeah, so. You know we really try to think of. You know what what are your needs on your side? Also, what really helped me was because like I said I was Iraq journalists for her years, so I was on the other side, I? I was an interviewer. For for quite a long time. which I am much more comfortable, a two..
"mora" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I've Britain seven plays and I really don't plot. I. I'm fascinated by writers who do. But it's to me. Writing a novel is very similar to reading novel. Because I. Don't know where it's going. And? That's part of what interests me in writing. My writing is much more character driven than pot plot driven. So as my reading. When I read! I? Don't pay that much attention to the plot even if it's a mystery novel that's. Plot dependent I much more focused on who are these people and what are their motivations so easier for me to use something? I've experienced as a jumping off point. And then go to something. That's completely different. It isn't me. You find it You know because there are lot of sparring book. Authors listened to the my future business show. Do you find that you write randomly, or do you ride at a particular time of day and when you do reut? How long do you write full? yeah, this has been a fascinating. Journey because it used to be that I wrote randomly. And I used to explain it where writing was like having an affair. You know I would steal that time. you know for the writing and I also used to really hate to hear about writers who wrote in the morning because I thought that sounds absolutely dreadful, and now I write every morning, and it's usually. It's usually around two hours sometimes three. But now my date feels. That something is really off if I miss that. It's becomes part of daily routine, doesn't it? Yeah, yeah. It's almost like my meditation. I know a Lotta people are Anthony. They really want to write a book, but they struggle to get to the you know to that loss page, and and putting pen and successfully completing someone What what do you say to to those people who are struggling? You have to give yourself a hard stop. Because, you can You know they say that all writing is rewriting and that's. There's a lot of truth in that. But there has to come a time. And I think writers have sense. It's hard to own up to it where you know I should stop now. But if you stop then suddenly, it's over and you have to let it go out into the world, so the inclination is one more rewrite one change it's it's a real discipline. It's over. It's done I go onto the next work. It's very complete had to. Do you feel when you completed virtual velocity? Really happy with. It felt. And that's not always the case. It felt like this is the exact book I wanted to write. and I didn't. You know I've I've worked on other stuff where I've. I've looked back in a while I'd WanNa change this ride WanNa change that and with this book.
"mora" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I began in the media as a rock journalist many moons ago. And So I. I would cover. concerts and interview was had been Atar and Tom Petty and A lot of people rock world. And back then. It was the. Twin PUMPKIN NEW WAVE WE'RE GETTING, big! and. The La rock scene was very different than what it's like now. So I I kind of hold from that arena and from that experience. and. Jake, Jensen. WHO's my lead character? He was a rock journalist. Then he became a novelist that was barely making it just a real struggling novelist, and he wrote a book called Virtual Velocity and unbeknownst to him a band name. Themselves virtual law city. And they become huge. and. They bring him on stage at Coachella and they hold up his book and it's all videotaped and it goes viral. And suddenly Jake becomes the most successful novelist in the country. And so I kind of wanted to with the concept of. What. Fame is now Because he doesn't know is e famous. Because of what he wrote. Is because there's proximity to fame with this rock band. WHO's huge You know in particularly now where? I mean you know our? Our president is a reality TV star. Is You know what is staying. Now. I. Think it's much more material than it used to be. Where It you know it used to be. Someone was famous for doing something. And now quite often, people are famous for being famous so honored to kind of play with that idea. I also wanted to somewhat document. Los, ANGELES! And because it's a city, that's seems to constantly be disappearing and. Reinventing itself. And so it's like. I talk about a lot of places that aren't here anymore. That were important in the sixties in the eighties, the book goes back works. It starts here in ends in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, when jake is a teenager Which I will argue is the most important year in rock and roll. I am I. is this something that came naturally to you because it seems to me that you've taken elements of your actual law in experiences throughout your life, and your transpose them into you. Did that make it easier or harder. Do you think you know way it makes to me? It makes it easier. I one. This is my second novel..
"mora" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. He is narrating I. would just talking about his experiences with his payoff firm? He's also an author. Apply Rod. We're GONNA taking a deep dive into all of these things we were talking about current a goings on and how it's affecting businesses around the world. Now we're GONNA take a little bit more of a look into those sorts of you'll business anthony, but before we do that. Always love to learn a little bit about you things like way. You were born where you located now and what you like to do when you're not working if there is such a thing. Yeah! Exactly I was actually born in El Paso? Texas and but I moved from there when I was thirteen and we moved to Los Angeles. To to Santa Monica and so I live there, and now I am in Silverlake in Los Angeles and a company is in Burbank. La where we're close to warner brothers yes, fantastic, absolutely I have actually bay net. Wonder with all the goings on in the world. Has the situation changed for how you run Your Business? It's it's fascinating because I had no idea. You know when the shutdown came. It's it came so quickly. we were shooting a video a video series. Kind of how to PR video series that we just finished it two days before the lockdown, okay? I was wondering how it was going to affect us a where it did affect US particularly with authors is on book signings readings anything to do that. WAS EVENT ORIENTED? Yes? On the other end it actually. A media wise. We've been busier in the last two months and we've been all year. That's an interesting thing isn't pretty seems to be shifting gears online. Yeah Yeah. It was fascinating and an partly I think to is, there were real captive audience. People were home, so people were watching films. They were reading books and also the media. There you know the cable news of the world. The CNN's in those You know they were. It was Kobe twenty, four seven, but the rest of the media couldn't do that. They would exhaust their audience, and so they were covering a lot of other media so it actually it opened up pretty much for us. I think there's a couple of parts to today's Co Antony, and further what he's on the on the show tonight. What I'd love to do is flip the focus right now to your latest book, then come back to your business for autism and is, but that would that be fun. That's great excellent. Everybody's on the on the cold today. Anthony is also an established author has been featured or Huffington Post. He's been on NBC very well established with his latest book, which we're going to focus on which is called virtual velocity and La Story love to learn a little bit more about how this book came about..
Pizza Delivery Driver Killed In Head-On Crash In West Babylon, New York
"A pizza delivery man killed in a head on crash in west babble on Wednesday afternoon Suffolk County police say the driver of a jeep cross the double yellow line hitting an oncoming vehicle head on killed was Carlos mora forty nine years old of Babylon the jeep's driver twenty eight year old Michelle court Amano is charged with driving with a suspended
Trump should have implemented lockdown in sanctuary cities, not entire U.S.
"The great Stephen Moore is with us online ten Mr mora from the heritage foundation and working for Donald Trump welcome to the show so this is what you're after eight ten Steven with breaking up we're breaking up on the on the cell phone Mister Moore can you hear us I can hear you loud and clear can you hear me yeah now I can't okay let's make it simple for everyone listening to this great show you know what you're talking about mmhm your member the journal's editorial board you return to the heritage of twenty fourteen you are not are you advising the trump administration on the economic devastation that we're living through right now and I'm on the president's economic recovery as for C. endocrinologist about few minutes late your show I was I was commenting on the president's side he just got done with his foster brother Michael he said the last thing by the way was we are going to get this economy help and he said that is my top priority you know I I do think Michael that when we look back at the six months or a year or two or five years from now I think people will say this was one of the greatest mistake our nation ever made I really deal well that's we've been talking about right now which is the virus is not a hoax but the virus is not a hoax but the lockdown of entire societies is a hoax it is so devastating I think most Americans think that we can just go right back to work when this is over but you know Michael every day I get calls that are heartbreaking for men and women who spent their whole life building a small business put every penny of their life savings into it and then the government is right at that you look at what's happening with the lines in places like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia here on the east coast where you have people waiting in line for an hour and a half mile long it's a food trucks because they don't have food because the government take away the jobs it is really so sad that we didn't need to do this we obviously when they take a lot of sticky stuff to make sure people stay safe and we need to keep our home safe and we needed to keep people with existing conditions safe but this idea of just locking down our economy we don't truly the valance dollars of damage that number recoverable it breaks my heart it does let's just never do that god will get the state's open and what's even that's the Stephen fry for seven weeks I've been screaming about first selective quarantines I emailed governor Newsom on it I said at least open the six counties that have no cases fell on deaf ears I said the same thing two of Cuomo's office opened in New York state counties with no cases and they did a one size fits all it's part of the power man this is what you have to admit would you say I wanted you know Michael did you know that about almost half of the counties in the United States almost half of those counties have had virtually zero corona virus now most deaths so what well I'm it's one thing to shut down New York City or New Orleans or subtract out all right dot net but there are a number well over half of Americans ever had a problem with the right why did they lump in all of America with the the cesspools of the cities by the way the sanctuary cities is where the largest a cluster of this disease the largest clusters of this disease are in sanctuary cities would you agree with the data well I'm thinking about that from New York yeah San Francisco yeah Seattle yeah yes Los Angeles yes yeah the downtown Chicago yes Washington D. C. S.
Another Scandal Perpetrated By prime minister Shinzō Abe
"Shindo Ave became Japan's longest serving prime minister last month he's also embroiled by the latest in a series of scandals involving allegations of cronyism cover ups and mis use of state funds as in Pierce Anthony Kuen reports from Tokyo the scandals have marred is likely to be a base final term in office the past fifty plus years the government is hosted a party where guests income owners in suits gather to raise cups of socket rub elbows with politicians and enjoy the fleeting beauty of Tokyo's cherry blossoms but opposition lawmakers allege that prime minister Ave his use these events to reward his own political supporters last month opposition Communist Party lawmaker Tomoko Tom mora grilled on a at a parliamentary hearing I don't but I don't know I don't know Mister prime minister please answer the question only you can answer this she said waving her hand at him forcefully in an interview in her office tumblr explains why she held on base feet to the fire so would you want to know and I was asking about invitations sent by his office but he tried to get some other official to answer I thought this was wrong so I pressed him hard the cherry blossom parties of ballooned in size and this year the government spent more than half a million dollars on some fifteen thousand guests so they do you think yeah I found it was because the prime minister was inviting his own election supporters as many as you please the cherry blossom party is funded by taxpayers money this means that he was virtually buying votes an opposition lawmaker asked for the guest list with the same day bureaucrats fed the list into a gigantic shredder which lawmakers later visited on the claim that it was just a coincidence that he had done nothing wrong this is the third major scandal involving allegations of cronyism and cover ups to engulf the RB administration in as many years Sofia university political scientist Koichi Nakano says that while most Japanese don't trust Arby's explanations about the scandals many of become too numb to care these a growing sense of I knew normal being creative you know I base of five one scandal after another and so some people think that you know what's the point
Mexico farm town prepares funerals after 9 Americans slain
"Hundreds have gathered in a remote northern Mexico farming town they're there for the first funerals for nine American women and children killed in a drug cartel ambush my mom suburban is full blown out on the Mexican soldiers are guarding the entrance to the town of la mora as the breakaway Mormon family members are laid to
Remote farming community prepared to hold first funerals for slain Americans
"A strong security presence a remote farming community in northern Mexico is preparing to hold the first funerals for some of the nine American women and children killed in an ambush by drug cartel gunmen at least one cow was slaughtered to help feed what's expected to be at least a thousand visitors to la mora one of the reasons why the drug cartels are so prominent in the series because it is a remote border region just driving through here is incredibly difficult there are never any winding roads now everywhere you look it's so hard to get here and that's one of the reasons why it's so hard to
13-year-old survivor of Mexico attack walked miles for help
"Said thirteen year old Devin Lankford escaped an injured then walk for about fourteen miles to la mora where the family live for help after hiding is wounded siblings and bushes and covering them with branches the concealing for was grazed in the arm with a bullet but she also went to look for help after Devin did not come back Miller said the kids got lost and walk for hours in the dark before she was found by
Child struck by line drive at Cubs-Astros game
"During the fourth inning tonight's Astros cubs. Game down in Houston album Albemarle junior was at the plate plays outfielder Kaga cubs hit a foul ball into the seats on the third base side of the Houston of the in Houston ballpark, according to the reports, and the bitter that we've been able to see the game is being carried any SPN the ball that Albemarle junior. Hit hit a small child was quickly brought up the stairs by an adult and album. More juniors reaction was something that has gone viral so far on Twitter and other forms of social media ESPN reported, Jesse Roger at the game covering that game as part of the SPN covered covers the cubs. He joins us in Freddie and Fitz. Simons Jesse a lot of video lot of her the story you're there. What did you see? Yeah. I was a pretty scary moment. The line drive down the left field line. Hits young fan. And I saw the father, or whoever was carrying holding the kid run upstairs with him very small child and take them underneath the infirmary now I I'm hesitant to report anything that isn't official from the Astros. But I let's take a positive vibe. I'm hearing positive things Childers at the hospital or on the way getting what I was told his care and not any serious treatment from what the preliminary information, I'm getting on a little hesitant. But that's good news. I'm not going report, the back without being offended. But that's what I'm hearing early from sources here. But it really L Mora, he was on his e Joe Madden sold sold them. And then the next inning after e fence he came over to where it happened down the third base line was talking to fans and then gave a huge two-minute hug. To the security guard that was there. Now, I'm not sure if that hug was of release or something else in a negative manner. If you know what I mean. So we'll find out more don't want to speculate too much, but I'm from early sources here at minute maid positive sign, but we'll see as a child gets caring more in a little
How I Did It: Eileen Fisher
"Today story isn't just about a clothing brand that's had a huge influence on fashion and the business of fashion. It's actually a story about overcoming fears and deep personal insecurities because back in the early eighties. Eileen Fisher was extremely introverted and even terrified at the idea of speaking to buyers and customers about her clothes how she overcame that. It's a pretty cool story it I ran in two thousand seventeen and I hope you enjoy it. I was so freaked out the first day, I literally couldn't speak. I just did their people would ask me questions. Like how much does it cost? What's the style number, and I like froze and other people in my booth would help me out say, you know, oh, why don't you come back tomorrow show? I was like a deer in headlights. From NPR how I built this of show about innovators, entrepreneurs idealists and the stories behind the movements. They built. I'm guy rise. And on the show today. How an introverted interior designer got over her stage fright to launch. I lean Fisher a multi-million dollar clothing company for women. So if you know a little bit about the clothing industry, the giants especially for women's apparel are brands like Chanel and verse satchi and Prada, and of course, h Namen Zara. So given that I lean Fisher does about three hundred million dollars a year in revenue it's comparatively small, but in women's fashion, the brand is also incredibly influential and not just for the designs. But how Eileen Fisher started her company to be precise with just three hundred and fifty dollars. She never took a dime from outside investors. And she still owns about sixty percent of her company her employee's own the rest now if you've seen the close you'll know that they're pretty spare and minimalist low key. But also elegant which is sort of how you might describe. I lean Fisher. It's funny because lately I've been kind of calling myself shy extrovert. I think I don't know that I'm wired so much that way. I just think that something I was kind of shut down when I was young, you know, the classroom. I remember there were like sixty kids in my Catholic school classroom, and it was just always safer to to hide and to be small and not speak owing grew up in a middle class family in does Plaines Illinois in the nineteen fifties and sixties she had five sisters and a brother her dad worked as an accountant for a local company in her mom's spent her days at home doing laundry and cleaning and making dinner for all nine of them. I think, but I mostly remember as my mother, you know, her kind of unhappiness, I think it was hard raising seven children. I think she felt it was her job to do all the hard work. And my dad felt you know, his job is to go to work and make the money in her come home and be taken care of after that. So she would pretty much. Kind of we call it ranting and raving all and then my dad would come home and just before my dad would come home. She would get dressed and get the meal ready and sometimes even put on lipstick, and I just remember. I was about sixteen and my mother had a breakdown, and my father said that the next day he was driving to work, and he had to pull over on the side of the road. And he broke down crying realizing that he had thought only a few days before that these were the happiest days of his life. But there were happy. You know, there were a lot of happy moments. Yeah. We played the kids played, you know, we had the neighborhood suburbs and bicycles and we'd play kick the can at night and the good humor truck came down the street, and we got ice cream things like that. So you know, it was pretty much. Your typical suburban experience. I think I lean what after college at the university of Illinois in the late nineteen sixties without any real idea of what she wanted to do. She started out as a math major, but eventually she decided on interior design. I just love fabric and color and playing with the shapes and back to my mom for second. I had sewed with my mother when I was younger. So that was some my happy memories. With my mother. I used to have these pictures in my mind close I wanted to wear we would go shopping and I loved being the fabric store that was one of my favorite places to be in her early twenty. I lean moved to New York with a friend, but with no real plan. Now, this was nineteen seventy two when you could actually find an apartment in Manhattan for a hundred bucks a month. So to pay rent, I lean started doing some freelance graphic design gigs, and eventually she got a job working with a Japanese graphic designer named ROY you she Mora. Yeah. I was in assistant. So I started just doing whatever needed to be done and we designed logos. And we designed packages things for banks. And then we did stuff for Japanese clients, Kirin beer and things like that. And after a short while we were like working together. And you know, we ended up getting into a relationship which was like, no, no. And were you traveling were you did you go to Japan? Right. Right. So this is exactly where the clothing idea
Dexter Lawrence Among 3 Clemson Players with Failed Drug Tests for Ostarine
"You have big games for Kirk cousins. And and guys like that. But ultimately the goal for every game is to win the game going out win the game. The bears won the game fourteen two nine some people say not an impressive game. You know, what they want the game in the NFL is not easy to win yesterday half. The teams lost the bears were not one of those teams. They won the game fourteen two nine Seattle went to Levi's stadium last week and played the Niners. Guess what Seattle lost? So you know winning is the ultimate goal. And that's what the bears have been able to do bears defense. Of course is a team is is the biggest part of this team. They got another interception yesterday as daddy to Raith and picked off a pass late in the game. Which was obviously. Big. No they needed to do that. I was really interested to see how they were gonna play without Eddie Jackson and they'll probably play without Eddie Jackson. Again this coming week. I think this coming week without any Jackson. Going up against the Minnesota Vikings team that needs the win to guarantee themselves a playoff spot. This is going to be a test for Dionne Bush at Adrian Amos ammos actually had a really good game. I was looking to some of the numbers earlier and let me see here. He's not running this one. I have I had so much stuff on the game where Adrian ammos actually had a pretty decent game. Would I grab his tackle numbers for the contest? And that was good to see because Adrian, ammos, he was second on the team in tackles. Roquan Smith had nine tackles Adrian animals had eight. So he stepped up his game without Eddie Jackson being their trevathan was seven Khalil Mack had five. You only had one sack that was the roquan Smith when he came wide open. So very very important stuff. How the bears are going to play defensively playing against the Niners without very good receivers. And when the young quarterback is one thing playing defense with Kirk cousins and Adam Phelan and Stefan digs and Kyle Rudolph. That's a whole other story playing in their building. So that's gonna be real interesting to see how the bears are able to play and defend this Minnesota Vikings team three one two three three two three seven seven six. Let's get back to some baseball talk to old town Georgia on ESPN thousand eight George. It looks like betting that they're trying to force. The dodgers handle that extra clearance on the payroll, which is I think, you know. Was the master. And I think a fallback of Pollock would be fantastic. If he stays help you what do you think? Yeah. Stephen Pollock healthy is a huge huge situation. You know, if in fact, you got him you could that actually move guy like Albert, Al more. If you're going to cause I still think they're gonna have to move one of those three guys I've been saying that all off season and it hasn't happened yet. So maybe I'm wrong. But I kind of thought they would move either. Now, Mora Ishwar or a half the more. I look at it. It's not going to be Schwarzer. They love Schwarzer. He's like one of their kids one of their little kids their own kids as well. I think it would be either Hapoel more if they did grab a guy. Like Pollock that'd be a completely different story. But you you think the the Harper situation, you don't think there's any changes coming here. Do you? I really think he's he's kind of an LA kinda dude. If you know what I mean? With the hair. Coast to coast. I mean seems like the perfect fit out there. But why not force the hand if we can and try to call back. He get stronger on our end. George. Appreciate the call. The one thing that I think the cubs have gone forms aproach the season first of all they won ninety five games last year. Okay. It's not like they you know, they had an awful season. They didn't hit in the last month earlier. It didn't hit in down the stretch, and they need to figure out why. And it's so it was so much fun. Watching the ball, very rarely say this.
Justify enjoys 'smooth' gallop in final Belmont workout
"The g seven economic summit the president may get a chilly reception at the two day affair french president emmanuel macron sent trump cutting message on his attendance at the summit as late as thursday afternoon president trump was questioning why to even attend the summit at all asking aids with the point would be after president macron sent this pointed message quote the american president may not mind being isolated but neither do we mind signing a six country agreement if need be as correspondent boris sanchez reporting no decision to now from the epa kirke school board on whether to accept funding from the nra for the junior reserve officers training corps a resolution to no longer accept the nra money was on the agenda at wednesday night's meeting but after a lengthy discussion aboard decided to put off a final decision until later according to the albuquerque journal abs has accepted more than one hundred thousand dollars the nra foundation since two thousand twelve to hobbs residents were taken to the hospital after they were attacked by a swarm of bees fire department officials say someone was mowing the lawn when the mora bumped up against an abandoned building disrupting the high that was within the building's walls and causing the beast of swarm to firefighters entity attacked by spraying the beach with water and firefighting foam repair funds from the department of the interior coming to three new mexico locations the bosque del apache wildlife refugee refuge rather will be able to replace the public restroom at the headquarters facility improvements are also planned for the bitter lake national wildlife refuge and the southwestern native aquatic resources and recovery center both in south eastern new mexico the funds coming to the total three hundred sixty two thousand dollars triple crown hopeful justify had his first workout on the track at belmont park yesterday he'll be put to the test saturday evening the horse showed why the odds are overwhelmingly in his face favor justifies seemed to be gliding above the track as he made his way past the grandstand in a strong gallop trainer bob baffert is feeling good about his horse's chances on saturday he just looked like.