35 Burst results for "Nash"
How Did We Get Lumped Together Into Racial Boxes?
"Question I want to ask is, how did we get to this strange place where we are all being lumped together in these racial boxes? Didn't we have a civil rights revolution that was based upon the ideal of the color blind society, wasn't that Martin Luther King's dream? And of course, even though the dream might not be realized, it's after all a dream, a dream is generally an aspiration we want to get there, isn't it odd that we have laws and policies that are actively moving us in the opposite direction. So our aspiration now is not color blindness. But what the left calls equity. And I think what they mean by equity, in fact, I don't think this is what they mean by equity, is that they are trying to respond to the performance differential, quite honestly, the performance inferiority. Of certain racial groups as compared to other racial groups. So if you look, for example, at a pure individualistic admission system, which is the way it should be, we apply to college as individuals. Now, this is not to say that our social circumstances can't be taken into account if the Nash, for example, applies to college. I'm 17 years old. People can say, well, look, here's a kid who was grew up in India in a very different society. He grew up in the middle class family, so he was not deprived in terms of having a decent education, but he's come to America with $500 in his pocket. He's trying to make his way here. So we're gonna look at this kid in the context of his or her circumstances, and we're gonna decide what kind of academic and intellectual promise they offer. And we're going to decide if he deserves admission on that basis. That's the way it should be.
Netanyahu Extends Lead in Israel Election, Projections Say
"Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be heading toward victory in national elections with 80% of the ballots counted It looks like voters have given Netanyahu and his far right allies a stable majority in the country's parliament votes are still being counted and the results not final but it's looking like Israel will get the most right wing government for years bolstered by a strong showing from the ultra Nash's religious Zionism party whose members use inflammatory anti Arab and anti LGBTQ rhetoric the initial results pointed to a continued right-wing shift in the Israeli
LaVine has 20 in 4th, Bulls beat Nets in 1st game after Nash
"Zach lavine scored 20 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter leading the bulls to a one O 8 9 9 victory over the nets following a dramatic day in Brooklyn Levine played a key part in the 15 to two run in the fourth to gain control of the game for Chicago demar Derozan added 20 points of his own in the win The nets let go of head coach Steve Nash earlier in the day Nash had entered his third year with Brooklyn and Kevin Durant who finished the game with 32 points said he was shocked by the move You always show up and move like this happens but it's normal when NBA you know so it's about getting ready for the game and tonight The bulls move to four and four on the season while the nets fell to two and 6 Krishna Arnold New York
Bucks use lopsided run after Nash ejected, beat Nets 110-99
"Yanis Santo Dakota powered the bucks back from a 12 point halftime deficit to beat the nets one ten 99 Auditor Cooper erupted after a quiet beginning of the game he had 34 of his 43 in the second half The first half was good for me It was good for the team but I wanted personally the team wanted to have a better second half and we were able to go out there and do it Out of the kupo was on fire mostly from short range missed just two of his 15 shots in the second half as the buck stayed unbeaten at three and Kevin Durant had 33 for the nets who are one in three Check Freeman Milwaukee
2000 Mules and the Midterms
"The movie 2000 meals was an incredible success. So many people almost everybody I know at least watched it and they think that it was incredible, gave them incredible insight into what happened in the 2020 election. But now you have turned, I don't know if you've turned it into a book or it's somewhat connected to the 2000 meals documentary book. Tell us a little bit to Nash about the book 2000 meals. The book is just out and this is actually unusual for me. I normally have a book and a movie together. And I like to release both because they're kind of a one two punch. As you know, a movies are a narrative. They have a storyline, and they are a visual medium, because you have to see things. And of course, the most powerful thing I think in 2000 years is the official electronic video surveillance of these drop boxes where you can see people stuffing ballots. And you can see right away that there's a need and a demand for their investigation of that. Now, a book can do things that are movie can't. And that is a book can be more thorough, more detailed, more systematic, it can explain things more fully. I mean, it's obvious from the movie 2000 meals, but there's a whole bunch of people who don't know or pretend not to know what geo tracking even is.
"nash" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Other way to say it. Yeah, I'll give Steve credit because, you know, from the very beginning when Kyrie signed there and he did that podcast with KD talking about what we don't really have a coach. You know, I'm the coach. He's the coach. That would have sent a lot of coaches into a fury. Absolutely would happen. And then at the end of the season, when kairi's out there saying me, Kevin Sean and Josiah are going to manage this team and exclude Steve Nash, that would have sent a lot of coaches into a fury. Steve Nash is definitely comported himself exceptionally well. My issue has always been with kind of the simplicity of the offense that they seem to run that boss that no trouble kind of loading up on Durant making him shoot a low percentage. And I gotta tell you, Brian, I was wondering why cam Thomas wasn't playing at least 5 minutes, ten minutes a game, in that series, and I watched me summer league. I'm like, camp Thomas can't play 5 minutes a game and give Kevin Durant a break in these playoff games. I know he can't defend for shit, but like you can't, you gotta play him 5 minutes to keep Kevin from playing 46 minutes a game in some of these games and dragging himself around in the fourth quarter against the number one defense in the NBA. Listen, I agree with you. Cam should have played more. Now, I get it. I'm looking at the Ross and I'm saying, okay, cam lost time. When you got Kyrie back, then cam loss basically got bumped from the rotation when you got goring. Because Steve is desperately out here looking for a veteran that he can trust. Because cam didn't defend in cam didn't pass. Even though I know cam will just get triggered when people ask him about his passing. But it is the reality. One would think Steve will have no choice. But to play can more this year, even if you listen, even if Katy and Kyrie are both back, which whatever. I mean, they very well could be in camp. I don't know how long that lasts, whatever. But yeah, can could have played more and probably should have played more. But this is one of the complaints. I mean, we've seen complaints about Steve's rotations. We've seen complaints about his endgame management. We've seen complaints even as you say, as recently as Boston. About perceived lack of adjustments, you know? And let's be fair. He's essentially an untested, fairly inexperienced coaches. He hadn't even been an assistant. But he at least had really good he had a really, really good staff his first. When you have D'antoni, running your offense and you've got email running your defense, that's a staff. Right? Now you've lost that. You've lost that, you've had a lot of turnover. And even last year, Jordan was doing a lot of work, a lot of work. Now he's gone to a better job. All right? So you don't have a lot to lean on. And I don't say this with any disrespect to Igor because we haven't seen him lean on Igor yet. But I'm saying the composition of his staff without a proven defensive coordinator. And I guess we're going to call Jacques mon right now, the difference coordinator, and we've seen how that worked. You have a serious issue with this staff. From top to bottom, all right? So I don't think this is going to be an easy situation, even if they somehow managed to keep Kevin Durant Kyrie Irving. If they lose them and he has to be coaching a rebuilding team, that's an issue. Yeah, there had to have been people in Brooklyn, the cringed a little bit, watching you don't have the success he had in Boston. And not to say that email could have coached Brooklyn the same way because he may spent two months in Boston just, you know, verbally clobbering these guys. To get them to break them of these bad habits. And I'm not so sure you can do that with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in the veterans that are on that team, but he's proven to be a really high level coach. And I'm sure some in Brooklyn saw that, you know, when they were watching him as an assistant coach on Steve Nash's staff. Last thing for you, like my sense, Brian is that everyone's kind of returned to their neutral corners on this. And what I talked to teams that have discussed trades with Brooklyn, they're waiting to see if the nets do have an appetite for bringing these guys into training camp. Do you feel like that's the next kind of benchmark here for the nets to either have somebody come forward and beef up their offer or them to decide, look, it's not tenable. We've got to reduce our asking price and let's see if we can get a deal done. Well, I mean, yes, I think that's probably the next reasonable step. Obviously, your initial ask for Kevin Durant is going to be exceptionally high as well, it should be. And yes, there will be a need, presumably if they want to move him. For them to come off of their initial asks. But I do 100% think there is an appetite to bring them into camp rather than to say, well, I'm back from my victim's back from his vacation and wherever he went. What's the best offer I have that? Well, I'll take that. I think there's 0% chance of that happening because as you correctly point out, this is a presuming you are not convincing them all. To come back and recommit and sing kumbaya and say, all right, let's go and try to win a championship, right? If they are committed to moving him, the offer has to be huge, or else, what's the point? What's the point of tearing down the one chance? Because you really only have even before this, I said you really had a one year window. To win a championship. Before all of this mess happened, when you looked at their contracts and the way they lined up, you said this is their one window of an opportunity because I don't know how much Joe side was going to be willing to pay after this season. So really, you had one legitimate chance to take your shot. And I don't know that they have an appetite for breaking that up for nothing. Or next to nothing. And I don't mean to be insulting to cam or to bridges or whatever Phoenix would be offering. But you're ending your shot. Being a contender, right? I don't know that they have an appetite to do that for something that doesn't at least set them up in the future. The possibly be able to rebuild a contender. So yeah, obviously if Toronto shows up and says, yeah, we'll give you, we'll give you Scotty and we'll give you this and that and all these other things, then and if Kevin is really entrenched on leaving, you have no choice but to listen and take that seriously. But I would be surprised at this point. If you're asking me today, I'd be surprised if that's not where we're sitting. We're sitting days before training camp. No earth shattering hersha walker offer has been given. That they're expecting these guys to come in and show up in training camp. Brian Lewis, I feel for you, man. You've got the most difficult beat job left in the business as you wait for this direct thing to unfold and make no mistake, Brian. This deal will break when you're on vacation. Like this, something will happen exactly the wrong time for you for it to happen. I'm gonna be in montego bay from the 6th to the 11th. So I expect that's exactly when it'll break. I can predict it here. You'll be you'll be at margaritaville still down there, that bar I've been there a couple of times. If you're sitting there at margaritaville, when a trade finally breaks. You can read Brian
"nash" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"To operate by chef. In New York this week, Kevin Durant had the premiere of the movie he produced New York City point gods about New York City point guards. Mark Jackson was there and he had some, he was surprisingly critical of Steve Nash, basically directed some of the blame for the nets problems last year at Steve Nash. Now, you do have to take Mark Jackson criticisms with a grain of salt, Mark Jackson has wanted the nets job in the past. I don't doubt he would want the nets job in the future or another head coaching job. Danny NBA spot, but like I've never been a huge fan of Nash, the head coach, Brian, you know, the Boston series. The Celtics were better, but I thought he made your DOCA coach circles around Nash in different points during that series. We haven't heard much about Nash's future. I mean, you think it's a lock that he's back as head coach next season? Well, I've learned around this team. I never take anything as a pocket at this point. You know, I presume that he will be back. I'm not willing to call anything. Well, I think it's a lot that, I mean, I think it's a lot that Shaun is safe. But I do not necessarily. I wouldn't call Steve being here a lot. I haven't had any indications that they're getting rid of him. I have not heard that from anybody in the organization, but I wouldn't call anything a lot with this team because anytime you begin to think that it might be reality comes up and slaps you and reminds you that there's no certain things with the nets. Yeah, and look, a season like last can wear on you. I mean, I watched ironically, one of those years with had Kyrie Irving on the team. But I watch Brad Stevens go through it front and center every day in Boston and he eventually jumped at an opportunity to take a front office job with the southeast. You talked to Steve Nash every day last year. I mean, the stresses of that season. Like how did you see that affect him? Did it look like it wore on him as well? Actually, well, you've actually corrected me when I said every single person in there was just miserable. By the end of the season, I do have to say, Steve Nash might have been the one exception. Now, Steve Nash was tired with the situation and wanted it to be corrected. But he is as unfailingly positive, a human being. As you ever want to meet. Now that might be why he was uniquely suited to this, to be able to put up with some of the nonsense. That was going on because I think a lot of coaches would have said, listen, I can't do this. This isn't working. Right? And I'll be honest with you when they parted ways with Kenny. And you know, I get it that that's a firing. But there was some mutual aspect to that. I mean, Kenny was just flat tired. Tired of it. Now, Kenny's probably not as malleable, maybe? Like Steve can put up with some things and still not lose that giddy optimism. That he seems to have, right? So I didn't, I didn't really see it directly affecting his persona with his shoulders slumped and snapping at people. Because that's just not his way. But by the end of the season, when Steve is even pointing out some things and, oh yeah, we need to we need to change this. We need to correct this. We need to alter that. It probably carries even more weight. Or is even more noticeable. Right? I mean, that's like, I don't know, little Orphan Annie being depressed. Like, you don't see it. It doesn't happen. So when Steve Nash, she's pointing out some things
Justice Thomas Publishes Opinion on 2nd Amendment Ruling
"The Supreme Court today whenever I see a decision written by clarence Thomas I take my time and I read it Because the man is brilliant And he actually believes in the constitution So by the 6 three decision today in the case called New York State rifle and pistol association Inc at all versus superintendent of New York State police Bruin So let me read you the syllabus Because I can't read all 135 pages and keep you as listeners State of New York makes it a crime to possess a firearm without a license whether inside or outside the home An individual who wants to carry a firearm outside of his home may obtain an unrestricted license to quote having carry on quote a concealed pistol or revolver he can prove that quote proper cause exists That's the key phrase proper cause exists That's what's in the New York law An applicant satisfies the proper clause requirement only if he can demonstrate a special need for self protection distinguishable from that of the general community Now that's almost impossible Petition his brain and Coke and Robert Nash or adult law abiding New York residents Who both applied for unrestricted licenses to carry a handgun in public based on their generalized interests and self defense The state denied both of the applications for unrestricted licenses Allegedly because Coke and Nash failed to satisfy the so called proper cause requirement Petitioners then sued responded state officials who oversee the processing of licensing applications For declaratory and injunctive relief
93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03
"I think a lot of I think a lot of the, you know, at a certain point, I think we reach a place where, you know, listen, I don't need any more character. Life can take it easy on me now. And so I think I had a lot of the grit again just rural Tennessee and especially rural Tennessee where I was, I mean, I wasn't in the absolute deep, deep, deep, deep, deep Woods, but in the 70s and Tennessee where I was out by Hendersonville and gallatin, not like it is today. There was not a whole lot around. So I had quite a bit of what we would call character building and grid just growing up in a single parent home. By the time I got to Los Angeles, the LA part was just trying to build a career in an exceedingly difficult profession where I didn't have I didn't have any nepotism. I didn't have anything, I didn't show up here with anything on my side for lack of a better phrase. Yeah. Well, national was a totally different city back then in the 70s than it is now. I mean now it's the home and hard of a lot of productions, both movies and radio and television. That was not happening way back then in the same way. Now it's Nash Vegas. First of all, it's the number one bachelorette weekend destination in the south. It's number one, even more so than Atlanta. And number two, I mean, yeah, my mother was a country singer, but there's a very famous train station Alan in Nashville called union station that actually country songs have been written about it. It's beautiful. They refurbished it. When I was in high school, it was boarded up in dilapidated. So yeah, you didn't go past, you didn't go past 20th or 21st street towards first street to downtown. When I was a kid or you were looking for trouble and that would be just past Vanderbilt. So it's a very different city now, yes. Yeah. As I say right now, I mean to Nashville and there are many areas that you would stay out of. I mean, it's a totally grown up city and it's safe. It's prosperous. It's really become uptown. Whereas it used to be a hole to begin with. You are correct. There were distinctly places you did not go. That is correct. And now it is. It's just, it's just blown up in the last 15, 20 years. Unbelievable. Yeah. For sure. So do you remember any stories along the way that you can tell the audience? About that journey? Several of them depends on which ones we can allow on air. No, I think we, when we tend to use the word journey, doctor leica, we, a lot of times, as a country that we're very result oriented and I respectfully understand that certainly as an athlete, your result oriented, taking tests where result oriented, and so when we look at journeys, sometimes we wind up just looking at the end of like, oh my gosh, that person is so and so they've gotten to it doesn't matter what industry it is. And so when I tend to look at some of those years, I tend to look back at some of the moments when I should have looked at myself and gone, what the hell are you doing? And one of the key ones for me would have been what I chose to go to Atlanta for two years. I won an event in New York. And I could have gone to New York, but similarly, New York back then, Manhattan back then is not the Manhattan you see today. I mean, people who have not seen Times Square from a perspective of the early 80s to where it is today, Times Square was a place after one or 2 o'clock in the morning, you would just get killed. And so I had been there and for this event and as a guy who grew up in the rural south and who also was a golfer, I didn't really see myself hanging out in Manhattan trying to haul my sticks on the subway somewhere to go play golf. So I chose Atlanta, but I also went to Atlanta with a very old car, $200 in my pocket, and the only person that knew I was coming was the gal who was to be my agent. So I had to I slept in my car for three days in this abandoned Sears parking lot. That is in really upscale Buckhead at the time. It was just this big abandoned building. And it was kind of downhill and there was behind the building thing and I thought, oh, that seems safe. And I literally slept in my car for three days, and then my agent had a client that was in the catering business. And she had a couple of kids that they had moved out. She was an empty nester. And she was kind of a whack a doodle. She might have been kind of a functioning alcoholic. She was funny. And she didn't live that far down peachtree. And I rented a room from her for $50 a week. For about 6 or 7 months and then one of her neighbors was a lawyer and he knew somebody who worked at this really fancy restaurant downtown and he helped get me a job. And once I had a job for 6 or 7 months, I had enough money to finally move out and get my own place. So that's the beginning of a journey right there. That is the beginning of a journey and how did you get motivated? A lot of things were stacked against you. You know, a lot of things, you know how many actors try and never meet their dreams. How did you stay motivated during that process? You know, that becomes the intriguing part about that question for me, which ironically, I've asked a number of people on my own myself. Is we get into the we go the direction in my opinion of nature versus nurture. And I'm someone who believes, I don't think that it's 50 50 personally as a guy who was almost a psychology double major. I do believe we're a little more nurture than we are in nature personally. I think our environment of how we grow up has a little bit longer lasting effect on us and maybe the nature part of us remains a little more a little more hidden, but not always. I think that the way I grew up with just a sister and a mother who was not home very much and was sort of a latchkey kid who learned a lot on his own and had to grow up pretty fast. I think there was just a nurtured part of me that quitting wasn't really in my vocabulary. I don't know if you want to put words to something like that such as stubborn or cocky or defiant or I don't know. It doesn't much really matter. Even just going to the event that I went to in New York that I won, we didn't have any money for me to go to that. I literally had to go around and raise the money to be able to even go on that trip and when I wanted and that's a trophy that sits right
Rep. Steve Scalise Joins Dinesh to Talk About Current Issues
"Steve, what a pleasure, your first time on the podcast, thank you so much for joining me. As I look around the country, there's so much chaos on so many fronts going on with Biden. Did you expect this administration to be so far off the rails? Going into the midterms? Well, the Nash first grade to be with you. And I know we've met in person other settings, but it's great to be with you on this podcast. And yeah, if you think about it right now, I mean, we are a nation in crisis and it's on so many fronts. It's not like we've got an issue just in one area of the country. You know, we've got an inflation crisis. Gasoline, price crisis. We've got a border crisis. You know, you've got the government going after parents who get involved in their kids education, but then they're encouraging people to break federal law and go protest in front of Supreme Court Justices, houses to try to change the results of a court decision. I mean, this is how upside down things are. And you wonder why people are so livid and angry with President Biden's failures on all of these fronts. I mean, it's hurting families, low income families, especially paying more for everything, not just gasoline prices. But everything and it was so much better two years ago in terms of an economy ready to come back. People ready to come out of COVID with low gas prices, strong energy supply, a secure border, how much has changed in two years, I think, is shocked. A lot of Americans and not in a
The Changes in Language and Mood in Dante's Divine Comedy
"I was talking last time about the different mood and even language in Dante's paradiso. And the language in the paradiso matches what Dante is doing in these kantos. The language and inferno was a somewhat crude language of distance. And by that I mean Dante the pilgrim is keeping away and should keep away from the evil spirits in hell. He doesn't want to become one of them. He wants to sort of step back and while he's willing to listen to them, the lessons that he takes from the sinners in hell are negative. Don't be like that. Don't do that or you're gonna end up like that guy. And in purgatorio, the language now moves. To a language that is a little more communal, you'll find that by and large spirits and purgatory aren't by themselves, they're in groups. And so you have this communal aspect to it. But at the same time, they remain distinctively individual. So that when one of the sinners steps forward, by the way, their sinners and in all three books, it's not like there are sinners and hell and sinners and purgatory, but no sinners in heaven. If heaven were for heaven was a place where you couldn't have sinners, it would be completely empty. So it's sinners all true. And this is important to know because it meets the objection. Well, ignorant objection that Paradise parodies was gonna be really boring to Nash because, you know, it's just gonna be a lot of holy people who don't commit Sims. No, you're gonna find out there's sinners throughout. Well, particularly in the kind of outer rings of heaven. Sinners whose lessons are just like an inferno negative. These are people who did wrong things and bad things, and they talked to Dante about them. And in that sense, there's a kind of consistency between inferno and purgatorio and
El American: Unapologetically Pursuing Freedom
"Debbie and I today are gonna do a joint interview, which we do occasionally. And we're just delighted to welcome to the podcast and the program Jorge granier Phillips. He's the founder and CEO of el American. We're gonna talk about el American, but Jorge is an entrepreneur he's an award winning media producer. He's produced shows for Netflix, for Warner Brothers, ABC, CBS, and he's now building all American, which is America's first bilingual conservative platform for Hispanics. Yes, it's a little correction. It's Phelps. Phelps, so sorry. Yes, yes. So welcome to the podcast finally Jorge. It's great to have you. Thank you very much. Thank you, Debbie. Thank you to Nash, it's a pleasure to be here and an honor. Thank you very much. Yes. Jorge, tell us about el American. This is an exciting idea because of course Hispanic programming, at least in this country has been dominated by telemundo. It's been dominated by the left politically, and it seems like you're trying to create an alternative. How did you develop the idea to do that? Yes. I think the idea came to us me and my cofounder during the last, I say three years. We started to see a trend within the media that was wearing and troublesome. There was also an issue of polarization in the U.S., which we had seen in our native Venezuela. So we got together with a group of local investors all from the Hispanic community from different parts of the United States, and we decided to create an alternative in the new segment that treated and Hispanics in a more fair way. And provided the foundations of that this country was built upon and why we came here looking for a better life and are now into our second, third and fourth generation of Hispanic steering in the U.S..
Will Libs Finally Realize the True Criminal Harm of Democrat Policies?
"According to three sources, asimov Nash was the man who stalked and stabbed her, covered in blood, officers took him into custody right there at the scene, and later to the hospital to be treated. Nash has 5 prior felonies and three pending court cases right now. Someone who neighbors say should not have been out on the streets. This is about the community and are elected officials need to do something much different. Because this is, this was all avoidable. This is all avoidable. Now, liberal New Yorkers, you're almost there. You're almost there. You're just about to the point where you realize Democrat policies are directly responsible.
"nash" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"I feel proud to be a female musician, but I think that the issue is for a lot of women is like you're putting this box that you're not just a musician you're female musician, you know, you're great for a girl or I shouldn't walk into a record shop and see female as a genre which I have seen many times. I shouldn't walk into a shop and see magazines listed for men and they'd be like music magazines in that section. It's a step in trying to recognize aid like the changes that need to be made and be like there's a lot of incredible moving forward that I think that people have done, especially in the last couple of years of having more space to talk about gender and what it means to different people. Like I completely agree with Adele like it's so weird, I think, as a woman, you're constantly like, I'm really proud to be a woman, but then I'm also like, but stop defining me. For just, you know what I mean? That doesn't have to be like a bracket that comes with everything I do. It's interesting that what you say about being put in a box is a woman and how you can be proud of being a woman but not necessarily curtailed by it in some way. And just talking about the fact you mentioned glow there, the TV show that I hugely enjoyed about wrestling, having been a fan of wrestling when I was younger. All of that. Brett the hitman hart, those characters, big in my mind. So I was definitely going to be tuning into glow. You going into glow. Some people may not have realized Kate Nash was in glow. The musician, the singer, being an actor, but that's actually where you started with your creativity..
"nash" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"I'm a triple Hatter at town, district and county councils. Big smile on your face. This is really gone for it. She has. Jackie, just before I let you all go on on this particular topic, you didn't open the Brits this year. I think we were speaking last year when you were involved at that level with Jack Whitehall. Did you miss out? Did you miss it? Well, I was on tenth hooks just in case the Dow couldn't go on. It did. I bet you were thinking about that. Jackie weaver, lovely to talk to you very good to also hear what it's like being the only female metro may have a bit from Tracy braban there the labor method for west Yorkshire and jemima, Al haski chief executive of the forces society. Thank you very much to you indeed. More messages on this to which I will return very shortly, but you may remember my next guest from this. Foundation. I'm gonna know that I should let go but I can't yes, Britain award winning singer songwriter Kate Nash is back with some new songs and having also just turned her hand to acting in the Netflix series glow based on the gorgeous ladies of wrestling from the 1980s..
"nash" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"To see 45% in the Nash resolution with no worsening of fibrosis and 42% in fibrosis improvement without worsening of Nash is very impressive in the scale of all the different Nash drugs this is extremely competitive and I think very exciting to see and hopefully when we get to their final readout, it would be positive as well. The one thing I'll say is that it's going to take them quite a bit of time. I think that they're phase three readout, probably won't be until the end of 2023 or early 2024. And now if you'll notice on the very far right of the graph here we have semaglutide. And so I want to talk about novo Nordisk for a second because they are threatening all of these other companies. And so drug here is able to get 59% in Nash resolution with no worsening of fibrosis. And 43% in the fibrosis improvement without worsening of Nash. Now the placebo group is pretty high here and you would think that in a big phase three trial, that would tend to be closer to zero than 33. But right now it shows no significance, but if the effect of the drug is true and is there semaglutide stands to be the best in class for this indication. So novo Nordisk, giant company, $232 billion market cap and they just have all the resources needed to really develop a drug and bring it onto market. So they have absolutely committed to doing this with semaglutide. Semaglutide is a GLP-1 agonist, I believe, and it's effective right now in type two diabetes. I don't know if they have the indication yet for obesity, but they're definitely moving forward with Nash. So we can see here I've got all these different headlines of the different trials that they're doing. They're not only going in monotherapy or in different Nash stages. They're also doing an in combination with drugs that Gilead has tried to commercialize. And even with FGF 21. So novo Nordisk is absolutely committing to develop semaglutide for Nash and given that they have all of these resources for development as well as for commercialization. They are absolutely going to destroy the Nash market. So I think this is something to be mindful of. They probably aren't as far as madrigal. The phase three of semaglutide in Nash started in Q two of 2021. So probably going to take about a year and a half, maybe two years for them to recruit all the patients and get all the data, especially with COVID, it might have taken longer. So we're probably looking at the end of 2020 three or maybe early 2023. So magical is a bit of a leg up, but as soon as semaglutide gets approved, I think it's going to be really tough for magical to maintain any kind of market share if they can get going quick enough. So, oh, I forgot about this. So I did want to mention intercept briefly because they're about to have a big Q one. Top line data from their phase three reverse trial is now going to be announced in the first quarter of this year and they've segmented patients to specifically compensated cirrhosis due to Nash. This is the most severe case of Nash, I think, right before kind of end stage Nash or where they really need a liver transplant. So intercept previously saw what they called positive data, but the FDA did not approve their drug. For Nash. So what they did, they redid a phase three trial specifically with compensated cirrhosis due to Nash and we're finally going to get that read out..
"nash" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"And this is just such a crowded space right now that I don't think Viking has any hope of getting any kind of market share with whatever they end up getting if they ever do get to the approval level with this compound. So my short thesis is that they're going to continue to have delays for VK two 8 zero 9 in Nash. They haven't guided in a long time on when they were expecting the trial to be enrolled, let alone when the actual data readout would be. So I think they're just going to continue to push this out for as long as they need to until they can get those enrollment numbers filled, which I think could be well over a year from now. In the X linked adrenal leukodystrophy program, it's going to be slowed down due to this clinical hold, they guided that they're going to be able to respond in Q two of this year, but given how lackadaisical they've been with the Nash trial. I feel like there's a good chance that they could push that as well. And then my.
What Is Joe Rogan's Podcast Controversy Really About?
"What's the controversy over Joe Rogan's podcast really all about? Now, Joe Rogan is, well, he's not a conservative. He is a fellow who doesn't go with the establishment. He's a fellow who asks questions. He's a fellow who likes to learn, he puts guys on his podcast, he doesn't mind putting guys from widely across the political spectrum. It's not clear what Joe Rogan's own politics are at one point I think he said he voted for why I wanted to vote for Bernie Sanders. I know that he wasn't an enthusiast of Biden. In fact, he memorably described Biden as going with Biden as kind of going on a hike with a guy with a very dim lightbulb that was about to go out. Flashlight. And this is the intolerable Ness if I can coin a word of Joe Rogan is that he doesn't play from the official, while sheet music. And this is why the left is determined to get him. He also has a wide reach of big influence the number one podcast really in the country. And so they want to bring Joe Rogan to heal. And this all started with a couple of hundred medical professionals and now some of them were just med students. This wasn't really the best and the brightest of the medical community, but nevertheless, they dash off this letter to Spotify, Joe Rogan is putting out misinformation, I guess this has to do with Rogan's interview with Malone, the virologist and the epidemiologist who is a partial inventor of the mRNA technology. And this is a guy who Malone, who's not, again, on board with the CDC on COVID. And so they want to get Joe Rogan's podcast pulled off of Spotify. And then Neil Young, the musician jumped on board and goes, I'm gonna pull my music from Spotify and Spotify is like, okay, and now others have piled in Joni Mitchell, apparently Bruce Springsteen Crosby, Stills & Nash. Now, if you notice most of these guys are like 75 year old rockers, we're not talking here about the biggest stars of music today. They've been a little bit silent about all this, but this pressure from the left for these people to join in. At one point, I saw something with the effect of the obamas are now using their leverage with Spotify to pull
Dinesh D'Souza's New Film '2000 Mules' Is Astonishing... and Legit
"So what am I doing in Los Angeles? Well, at an undisclosed location yesterday, I was hanging out with my very good friend dinesh d'souza. And the Nash d'souza is coming out with the new movie 2000 mules. And I'll be very honest. I was skeptical going in. I wasn't really sure what to think or what exactly this movie was going to be able to prove. So dinesh has done several movies in the past as you well known. His great is a great reputation for being a fact first movie producer. And this whole movie was about and many of you have seen a trailer allegedly in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Georgia and Arizona, there was a network of ballot harvesting mules that went from one site to the other dropping off ballots. What I saw completely blew me away. And I can only say so much because you're going to have to see the movie, which is going to come out in just a couple months. But I was totally blown away by the irrefutable, sophisticated and transparent evidence. That shows that there were networks of people on the ground going from ballot place to ballot place. And there's a way to prove all of this. In a way that you might never have possibly actually imagined using sophisticated cell phone technology being able to collect what's called pings that your cell phone actually emits off that third party vendors and advertisers usually might actually might actually get and used to advertise other products. For example, if you go to a shopping mall where you go to a chili's restaurant, your phone is constantly letting off pings with unique device ID numbers. Well, the brilliant dinesh d'souza at the help of true the vote Catherine engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, Friends of mine for quite some time. They had the idea to actually go and get some of that cell phone data in certain areas such as Fulton county and Cobb county and try to see if they could find unique ID numbers of people that visited ballot boxes ten, 15, 25 times. Between the hours of 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. and I can only say so much. But by for 6 hours got a briefing on all the evidence, and I was there with my friend Eric metaxas from the Salem radio network, Dennis prager, danesh obviously, Sebastian gorka and we went through all the evidence. And Dennis prager asked some really good questions. He played devil's advocate. He said, wait a second, that doesn't make any sense. What about this? And the answer is we're
Dinesh D'Souza: Footage in '2000 Mules' Is From Official Electronic Drop Boxes
"Not good The Nash how did you guys get this footage Is it surveillance footage from from Paul I mean I saw the trailer You have a teaser of some of the footage in there How did you where they just come with a camera set up specifically for these drop boxes How did you guys get a Jeff to foyer How did it work Yeah So the footage is official footage of the electronic Dropbox This is not footage We took this is not something that someone sent us in the mail through the vote legally obtained the footage by freedom of information requests and through other legal means We're getting more footage by the way so that we already have a giant amount I believe 3 million minutes of footage already with more to come So this is not a case where we're blowing smoke here The reason I jumped all over this is I realized the significance of having not only geo tracking evidence but video evidence
Spotify Removes Neil Young's Music After Complaints About Joe Rogan
"And just to give you one more example of how crazy this has gotten, this cancel culture let's shut up and suppress and censor conservative voices. The latest example, and this one has the twist at the end though, is you probably heard about Neil Young. Legendary classic rocker Neil Young. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, of course, a huge solo career. 76 year old musician far left has his music as almost every musician does on Spotify. Spotify is the company and the platform that hosts the Joe Rogan podcast, the Joe Rogan experience Joe Rogan is easily the podcast king of America. Number one by a mile in terms of listenership and viewership of his podcast, he, by the way, hosted an interview with the same doctor Robert Malone that I just played the clip of before the break. And it just, it pretty much blew up the Internet. And the left went crazy because he gave this massive platform to doctor Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA vaccine. Well, that led Neil Young, to issue an ultimatum to Spotify. Said you removed the Joe Rogan experience, him and his conservative science that he's using to battle the Doctor Fauci's of the world. You either remove him from the platform Spotify or you take all of my music off of there. You can have Rogan or young but not both. Neil Young declared. This would be a great place for a record scratch because it took about 0.2 seconds for Spotify to say see ya. Spotify pulls Neil Young's music after artist objects to Joe Rogan, Neil Young is now expected to lose 60% of his streaming revenue by losing his catalog off of the Spotify platform. So he tried to get Joe
Lakers beat Kings...No. 2 Duke returns from COVID outbreak
"AP AP sports sports I I jerk jerk free free other other night night that that may may have have been been his his last last game game at at Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Heinz Heinz field field Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger help help guide guide the the Steelers Steelers to to a a twenty twenty six six fourteen fourteen win win over over the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree reports reports from from Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Roethlisberger Roethlisberger passed passed for for one one hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards but but that that seemed seemed to to matter matter little little to to the the eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran who who took took a a lap lap around around the the stadium stadium after after the the game game saluting saluting the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh faithful faithful nashi nashi Harris Harris rushed rushed for for a a touchdown touchdown in in a a career career high high one one hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight yards yards in in Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's defense defense led led by by TJ TJ wants wants four four sacks sacks brought brought down down Browns Browns quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield nine nine times times and and intercepted intercepted him him twice twice as as Pittsburgh Pittsburgh kept kept its its playoff playoff hopes hopes alive alive by by moving moving two two eight eight seven seven one one Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Tampa Tampa coach coach Bruce Bruce Arians Arians says says he he has has no no regrets regrets about about signing signing wide wide receiver receiver Antonio Antonio brown brown even even though though brown brown left left the the field field during during Tampa's Tampa's game game with with the the New New York York Jets Jets this this past past Sunday Sunday in in the the NBA NBA the the world world champs champs lost lost at at home home to to a a team team with with the the NBA's NBA's worst worst record record Milwaukee Milwaukee got got stunned stunned by by Detroit Detroit the the pistons pistons win win one one fifteen fifteen one one oh oh six six behind behind a a career career high high thirty thirty four four from from CITIC CITIC bank bank job job a a report report in in thirty thirty six six in in a a Memphis Memphis road road win win over over Brooklyn Brooklyn one one eighteen eighteen one one oh oh four four the the Grizzlies Grizzlies have have won won five five straight straight we we do do stuff stuff like like we're we're doing doing now now obviously obviously you you know know I I recognition recognition everything everything will will come come just just walked walked out out with with a a basketball basketball game game about about what what seemed seemed a a dentist dentist Brooklyn Brooklyn coach coach Steve Steve Nash Nash is is hopeful hopeful that that Kyra Kyra Irving Irving will will make make his his season season debut debut Wednesday Wednesday at at Indiana Indiana a a top top five five upset upset in in college college basketball basketball twenty twenty third third ranked ranked Wisconsin Wisconsin won won at at third third ranked ranked Purdue Purdue seventy seventy four four sixty sixty nine nine it's it's been been a a house house of of horrors horrors for for the the badgers badgers who who were were just just eighteen eighteen of of seventy seventy three three a a produ produ prior prior to to Monday Monday night's night's win win on on the the ice ice Ryan Ryan Strome Strome had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists and and the the New New York York Rangers Rangers won won their their third third straight straight for for the the one one over over Edmonton Edmonton trump trump says says the the Rangers Rangers like like playing playing at at Madison Madison Square Square Garden Garden it's it's a a good good feeling feeling when when we're we're waiting waiting for for them them in in there there give give us us great great response response I I mean mean I I think think they're they're starting starting to to realize realize that that our our teams teams finding finding ways ways to to win win and and they're they're appreciating appreciating sometimes sometimes a a good good forecheck forecheck a a good good offense offense of of shift shift the the Rangers Rangers are are ten ten three three and and two two at at home home this this season season Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports
"nash" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"They're still learning. You know, we bring things like computer science into the classroom. We didn't experience that as learners growing up. So we're having to experience that with our students sometimes. And this particular example may not lean into that heavily, but it is an important thing to remember. These teachers are growing and learning and they're people too and they're open to have these conversations if we can approach them in these really kind of open ways that allow it to be like you said a dialog more than that kind of accusatory. You know, I can't stress that enough, just continue to be thoughtful about who that teacher is and how they're growing themselves as a person. All right, this is awesome. Another kind of specific scenario that came in and it came in from a bunch of people. That some parents have been saying, I appreciate that my kids teacher has experience in such a wide range of kind of areas around teaching around child development. I feel like I am the expert on my specific child. And I know the types of things that lead to getting the most out of my kid and the types of feedback and way of interacting, that might be okay with other kids, but lead my kid to shut down. But I worry that if I want an extra meeting or talk with them that I'll offend them and then the way they feel about me will be reflected in how they treat my child, so I end up walking on eggshells and not bringing things up. What would you say kind of from the education side of things? I think it's human nature to feel that way. You know, if I take this action, what's that reaction going to be? You know, but again, I think it's opening that dialog up and thinking about what can I learn from you teacher who is an expert in so many ways. And I think it's feeling confident in knowing that, yes, you do know your student best in a lot of ways. That teacher probably knows a few things about students development and how to engage and motivate students in certain aspects such as a writing area or a math, but they certainly would not turn away kind of hearing some of your thoughts and background that helped drive them into that. And so I'm going to model a couple ways of this conversation could go, because I know we all like to kind of hear the concrete examples. And I love you to just give a yeah, no, Becky, don't do it that way. Or yeah, that sounds, you know? That sounds good. So you're gonna rate me, okay? Oh boy. You know doctor Nash whenever you go up to my daughter and point out a mistake, you know, she shuts down. Like what kind of kid is gonna learn from someone who is constantly criticizing them? That's a dope, right? That's a no, everyone, that's a no. Okay, how about this? You know doctor Nash, I've just been thinking about something over and over, that there's so many things you know that are helping Amelia learn. I've also been thinking about there are certain things that I know just about Amelia about kind of how she learns. And I was thinking if we brought that together and maybe I could even share some of the things I've noticed in our House. Even things that I've just kind of learned recently about her, I think it would kind of.
Good health and good cheer? Not on this NBA Christmas Day
"There there could could be be a a Greek Greek freak freak siding siding with with the the bucs bucs take take on on the the Celtics Celtics on on Christmas Christmas yes yes intend intend to to Cooper Cooper was was no no longer longer on on Milwaukee's Milwaukee's injury injury report report after after missing missing five five games games due due to to health health and and safety safety protocols protocols the the NBA's NBA's marquee marquee game game on on Christmas Christmas day day will will have have their their son's son's hosting hosting the the warriors warriors Monty Monty Williams Williams is is Phoenix Phoenix team team tops tops the the entire entire league league by by a a half half game game over over Golden Golden State State to to be be in in this this position position so so what what about about you you know know our our players players in in other other words words so so when when a a lot lot of of games games to to get get this this kind kind of of recognition recognition so so we we could could be be weighing weighing on on Christmas Christmas nets nets coach coach Steve Steve Nash Nash says says James James harden harden will will play play on on Christmas Christmas against against the the Lakers Lakers but but much much of of his his roster roster remains remains up up in in the the air air due due to to call call the the protocols protocols the the NBA's NBA's Christmas Christmas day day matchups matchups begin begin with with the the Nixon Nixon hawks hawks and and then then with with the the jazz jazz and and Mavericks Mavericks I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"nash" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"And those are the same people that ultimately, not all of them, but a lot of them, I've reached out to write endorsements for my book and different things like that. So I would tell my earlier self, it's not all about the direct sale. I must talk about myself and then get people to buy. It's so much bigger than that. And there are so many more opportunities. And I'd probably tell myself to implement systems and structures earlier because man, that's been a game changer and to write blog posts for every podcast episode or something like that or even the transcript. We're now retroactively doing a lot of this stuff and let me tell you when you have a hundred and something episodes. It's a real pain in the butt to go back in time and build a blog post for them. I got 5 things, no 6 things. 6 amazing things from Nikki Nash. Nikki. I need to bring you onto the podcast more often because it's like I can ask you any question. And you'll give it into a succinct like, do this, then this, then this and this. Or these are the 5 things, or these are the four things, or these are the 6 things. I love it. As far as asking Nikki, what would you tell yourself if you had to do it all over again? One, I would have started three and a half years earlier. Two. You get better over time. So give yourself grace. Three. Have a clear idea of your why behind the why. What are you doing this podcast for? Four. Number four, other benefits, other tangible benefits. It's not just a direct sale. You are connecting with people. You're having fun, your networking. You can your learning from other people, et cetera. Number 5, I would have created systems and structures way earlier. And number 6, I would have done more marketing. Blog posts and transcripts from the get go. Awesome, awesome advice. Nikki. Where do you want to take your podcast? What's your ultimate goal? I know you're starting a new podcast eventually that's called Nikki Nash. Show and I know that you bought that domain before this comes out or else you're in big trouble. And so you've got this second podcast. What is your whole plan with all this? Like you said, know your why behind the why. Know why you're doing this, where are you going? Yeah, so there are two answers to that question. And the first I will say is kind of like the big, big picture. And what I've really realized up about myself, I always go back to when people would ask me, what do you want to be when you grow up or more importantly when I was in corporate? If you weren't doing this, what would you do? And my answer was always that I would be some sort of combination of Oprah and Kelly ripa. Like I would have a TV show, I would interview people. I would bring transformation and different things to the world. Business growth things along those lines. And so for me, I see myself in the future as being somebody who does TV podcast books. I'm a content creator at my core. And so I see myself having more than one podcast having a TV show and writing a bunch of books. And so that's my big vision picture for that. In terms of the market your genius podcast and where I'm going and this is early, so people are getting some early insight. One of the big changes we made in 2021 is I started doing episodes in series. And so I would, for example, an Adam, you're gonna be in this one when we record our episode. I'm doing a series on podcasting..
Every Symbol of American Patriotism Is Under Attack
"Was reading an article this morning online from The New York Times entitled redesigning America's flag. What if we redesigned the American flag? Why not? And so a lot of woke people came up with different designs for the American flag 6 different takes. On old glory. They want to redesign the American flag. It suggests this article suggests, and I need to apologize to you because the other day there was a conversation about the the him lift every voice and sing. As an appropriate pregame anthem if you will, it's often referred to as the black national anthem. It's a beautiful Sean. And I told you that I didn't have that big a deal with it. And a lot of people were offended and I was ready for that. I figured you might be. I just felt like it wasn't that big a deal because it wasn't replacing the national anthem. It was going to be played or it is being played before the national anthem. But there is only one national anthem. And when I read about idiocy like redesigning the American flag I'm reminded that every symbol of patriotism every act of expressing our love of country. Everything that we believe in America as Americans is under attack. Then there should be no wiggle room. At sporting events, either. There should only be one Nash anthem.
"nash" Discussed on The Family Podcast
"They listened to the pilot and we get to the end a project and then we play from remix the first time. Go from go from us. We're gonna come on the fight for it. And i was playing go from remix mind just played gotham remix and yet we just played it and it just went just went wild in that Everyone's raw Then when i say proper features on that too yeah slamming lives called. Pirates was called yay. She was called. I want coach. It was it was just remix. Just iraq six all right so Def jef he's chilling. These la hoya not what's going on and then we chiltern the morning about free and he goes. Yeah i'm ready to go and saw drop him off in west london So i'll drop them off in west london the to me your shot your sign and he goes. Oh go from song. I'm going to send semtex. You know. I think semtex we like it but that was because of the goodness of maha because i saw him out them out for him to come to the show year and then dropped him about yes off done and i think it's just just going. Let me send it to sam lie. Yeah like i didn't even know you. So i'd even though you just so Regular guy. I'm not saying that he's not a regular guy like he's not a big is a normal guy all normal. Everyone knows someone. That's crazy thing. Don't count not someone someone that you might. You might be looking so you don't know no but they know someone everyone because we all connected so easy. Plays it to some then all of a sudden the next day sam's plane couple of extra might even why simply put on his five tries. Even got my name wrong. Nash boy in nashville sigrid. He's played that now. And then. that's it like upset. Thank you of Def jef for some email an im- out some rich new and he goes all six six six than have dropped another tune on magadan five And he's just he just loved agencies. Hit me up again. He's like pro. You're making some taught me a number my lie and put it on his first on his five trucks against it. Okay i didn't think anything of armageddon five because these trucks off very unorthodox was about to say you'll Is such a that is so row for people like me coming from a black hole Christian family and talk about blessings and your own struggles and stuff like that. Why is not necessarily what people would have considered the sound that was gonna blow dino saying i love that yeah me. I always feel like this too much. Saturation i've said this before. In different costs where i feel like in the uk in particular. Only one sound is allowed to rain one or two. You're lucky if you get to. And then everybody kinda jumps on that and then rappers feel forced to jump on a certain way. Because they're like. Yeah well i just want to get into the industry so let me pursue this type of thing So when i hear somebody a little bit different if someone like you just like and it's refreshing. You know saying so. Because yeah i was like do this type of music and you just ruined.
"nash" Discussed on The Family Podcast
"Hundred injured as my injured d. Do you think that you had to create a kazaa speak. We were speaking to a dj in and he was talking about he used to be quite shot and he actually created a persona in terms of his. Dj more confident like that. Do you feel like you've gone through a similar process or do you think that boy nashes are proper representation of latin. Yeah point. I should by nauseous. There's been times where. I've gone off dust because at that point i was trying to be something else because i for this is the in on made certain tunes. I i would have dropped off a returns. I haven't even released released. June off at the pool of youtube. That wasn't me. You know. So i think there has been sometimes. I've tried to be something else but it just doesn't work but with me being black now boy nash dishes who i'm foreside who i and it's easier. I don't have to stop. I don't have to lyle. And when you're more truthful you just you're just free mind you like. I feel like when i was that even that sometimes when mom would work mild welcome part time job and i will tell people are made music. It's like there's a chain around my neck to get one just like i'm hiding something. I'm not being who. I am conflicted with me. So it's like right now is just. This is what. I am in morocco. Wherever i make a million streams by mak- father streets that this is who i am so now. I'm very open as to who i am. This is what i do. My music is open. I don't hide my insecure ease. I just put. It will allow them. Because i feel like it just makes me freon stronger as a person. So if you want to live with me vibe with me if you don't want to buy with me you won't find with me so it's like even gone onto like firing a beef and doing the whole thing with charlie and done is like i'm just myself a continent and and when you're not you shine. I'm yeah definitely so. Yeah i am myself. Man not nauseous. My real name. You get me here my fake name. Your yeah yeah. So i think my first did i see next in the first time i was at moolah. Kate always it. Yeah yeah that was the first show. Yeah shout textile. i've heard of you..
"nash" Discussed on The Family Podcast
"Tell them we've been blessed by very very special guest. I boy nash happening. I'm good idea no problem. I think you for common freon probably a busy time for you. So respect the time or his So here we always start with What was your family dynamic. Knock roster into the question. I say no icebreakers when you say how my family that how i was again during the that was the i grew up with my mom An uncle I see my thought on the weekends. Sometimes mean nici my dynamic. I see Mukasa and sometimes like one of my cousins junior. Icm sometimes on the weekend. But yeah. that's how. I grew up man to normal settings. Well like taking care of mom. You take church.
"nash" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"A brand new. Hey how's author. Her name is nicky. Nash and she wrote this brand new book. Market your genius. And i know lots of you have a genius that you need a little help with getting out into the world and i know you're afraid of the word marketing many of you but i think nikki will be l. to bring it to you so it's down to earth understanding and understand what it really is which is just connecting sharing your wisdom with other people. How you doing nikki. I'm doing great. How are you. I'm so good. I mean i know i i met yet the. Hey how's writer's workshop a couple of years ago and you actually won that contest. So congratulations thank you your books about the get out there and have helped people and i just wanted to start off by asking you about your background kind of as an interesting introduction to the house give audience family community just who you are and why you decided to write this book yes so i had a pretty extensive career in marketing before i set out to work on my own and have my own business but i think the story really began as a kid. I loved writing. I would write poetry and submit them to contests that. I was always rating and so i ended up becoming an english major and When you approach graduation you start trying to figure out what you're going to do with your life hands. At the time. I decided i was going to be a journalist and long story short. I went to a program at nyu. After i graduated it was like a six month or three months program on book and magazine publishing and i met such wonderful marketing and sales people and so i ended up joining magazines. I worked at in style magazine and then travel and leisure magazine on the marketing side of the business that led to a job working in advertising. So i did advertising for kraft foods at an agency though for a couple of years in every you know two three years i wanted to get deeper and deeper into marketing and so i ended up going back to school getting my mba and then at getting a job at intel and what was so cool about that job is that they wanted me to come in and do digital marketing. And so what ended up happening is i did what is now known as content marketing for intel. And that's really kind of got me started in understanding the power of really building relationships with potential clients and customers to inspire sales and so that led to me heading up marketing tech startup ultimately knee. Starting my business..
"nash" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"I think i think also they're like we. We probably are going to be able to sell this. And i don't want you to go out with like five things in a row. That would sell right of course so The you know they try to be nice about it. But they're like right now. I don't think unless you really have attachments or something. Nothing sells so a lot of my stuff. When i sam trying to sell it. That's what i'm trying to do. It's it's just going from one eighty list actor to another and they read it and they're like paths past. You know i have another project that's going from one a director to another and We're just trying to get some some attachments that way before we actually presented to the buyers. Also yep that's that's that's a little behind the scenes in what goes on into film and tv show production in general right in pre production. You're shopping these things around and hopefully getting some support. And if you have people that are signed on like a big name director actor like you said more likelihood that people will be willing to invest more more so now than than ever So that's that's where the big sales like the. That's one of the dirty secrets. Unless you're like m night shyamalan when he sells scripts for a million dollars. One of the dirty secrets is most of the scripts that have big money behind him. How big attachments. So it's like yes jamie. nash might get. I wish i got a million dollars. But it's really because leonardo dicaprio is going to start right. It's we'll give jamie national million dollars to get a leonardo dicaprio project But it's not so much on the strength my script all the time. Sometimes it is but a lot of times what absences attachments. While so i do wanna come back to how you generate so many ideas so consistently. We'll come back to that in a second but first and foremost one of the most interesting things that i found when i was kind of researching preparing for this podcast episode was you were not at all a filmmaker you are film enthusiasts of course while you were in i guess it was undergrad. You were in in computer. Software engineering computer software computer science. Basically you're science was my degree. But i was. I was a programmer sexually for many years. That's amazing and so you you graduate. You become a programmer but you continue to write the whole time and now what drove you what. How did you maintain sort of that. You know constant writing schedule while you're programming at the same time. Yeah so. I'm it's kind of a weird question while and i love programming even to this day. Sometimes i each to get back into it. There's a lot of the same dopamine. Hit that i get from writing. I get from programming being the you build something every day and then it does something and you can see it and you're like well okay. This is the thing But when i when i went to college i wanted to go to film school but i am not one of those people that was ready to live a life that was filled with risk and might not pay off So this is something. I expressed my students. I'm like i'm like look if your part of your plan to be a creative hostile to incorporate those years of breaking in right or otherwise. You're doomed to fail. If you don't come up with a plan that you can live you're not giving.
"nash" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"On this week's episode. We're sitting down with jamie nash. Jamie has been a working screenwriter for more than a decade. He's written films for nickelodeon lionsgate and hacks and films among others primarily. He's genre writer for horror and family. It's a weird combo. He knows but he somehow makes it work. His new book save the cat rights for tv is now available. He's with us on this episode to talk about how he broke into screenwriting even though he was actually a computer programmer by trade. In how you can use the storytelling advice in save the cap book series to help you create better stories for your business. Here are the self-made strategies of jamie nash. That's what happens when you interview someone. That's in production than you tell them. They're going to be on camera. they they they love to make sure the lighting's good i. I did like the film nor vibe. Though it was like very much like of writer in his cave with my students kick too lazy to move the camera so it's usually like me and shadow. Let's like looks like i'm on a sixty minutes interview. Yeah like you're the fbi informant. That's like black. Dow cameron bright light in the background. Yeah i'm constantly giving them that. Because i'm just too lazy to a short two seconds before class Whatever that's awesome. Where are you teaching now. I teach right now. I'm teaching had house. Halston university of maryland teach teach your teaching screenwriting normally teach teach a couple courses over the course of the year Sometimes at mica. Which is the maryland institute. College of the arts and maryland In their film department the they're also. It's johns hopkins mike. So it's a lot of johns hopkins students pretty much it. I haven't been teaching too much with kobe because schools have really scaled back there in cork left to their core class. Yeah right so it's all good. Yeah same same year. I teach at temple and and University here in philly and same thing next semester is like a total crapshoot because they're just basically like pairing everything down but list. Your was already signed up. And i talk more classes last year. Which was good because there wasn't a lot of screenwriting going on last year right And i i taught three classes last semester. Which is more than i've ever done. And it was too much to be honest for me because i like you know i'm writing and stuff But it went for three to nothing because last year they were already on schedule they were already booked and the last thing they wanted to do was take classes away from the few people that wanted to come back during covid times And then this semester. It's like a lot of people are coming back but they're just out of money they're just like we at the scaleback per semester. So.
"nash" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nash and Uber eats available at participating restaurants. All right, Jack. Looks like those 2 75 issue. They ended the roadwork one yard short. Yes, Late did is the sign of the side and road work. And just beyond that sign is the problem. Yeah, You're absolutely right. I was hoping you'd see that. I was like, Well, this is ironic, Funny. All right. What is the problem? The nature of the beast is well. They've been doing a repaving project and you can see most of that in that left lane. But something must have gone wrong right before you get to the bridge over the little Miami like a pothole or some serious repairs, because there's a whole lot of discussion going on in that left lane right now we're talking just before you get to the Loveland ramp, and this traffic is now backing up. It's gonna be back to the Milford Parkway shortly, so you're looking at close to seven miles up slow traffic. Yes, Like the good old days, you know, pre covert when it used to back up in the Milford, and it's a little bit worse this morning from the UC help traffic center during National Hospital Weekly recognized and thank you see health employees and clinicians who are making a difference Every day, not bound 75 continues slow from Kyle's into downtown. So does he spend 2 75 between the double million 4 71. And there's a wreck on Westwood. Just empty. You get pantsed grand chucking removes radio 700 wlw. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show Podcast. It's Buck section.
"nash" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Kyrie Irving to alert Steve Nash and in a similar manner, like he alert his teammates, and at the very least, if you're not compelled to be professional enough to do that, when your head coach has to be the one who reaches out to you, dammit, respond! Let me read this. And I'm reading. Looking up at the screen. Steve Nash said he does not know why Kyrie Irving won't play tonight against the Sixers, as in he is unaware of what his personal issue is before the game. Obviously, Nash said he reached out to Kyrie did not hear back. After the game, which encompasses 2.5 hours, which gives carry Irving. Ample time to get on the right page to at least professionally. Do the right thing. Still didn't respond to Steve Nash. You got to suspend them. Well, you got it. Here's the other side is his ass. But here's the other side, Steve Branch Unless Steve Nash intentionally wanted to spend them being I don't care what anybody thinks. I don't care what Kevin Durant things I would suspend him. You know why? Because eventually and at this rate it might be in a month eventually carry. Irving is not gonna be on the nets. Right? Either he retires from basketball. He wants to travel the world. Whatever he wants to do. I don't know how and I've said this before. I don't know how long Congress gonna stick with basketball but eventually carry Irving's gonna be gone, but the Brooklyn Nets will still exist. You cannot allow one guy to do whatever the hell he wants. Yeah, but here's having Here's the thing and it didn't affect them as a team, like sometimes this affect you as a team. It didn't seemingly affect them, and I think that's a testament to It's the staff. It's the D'Antoni and Jack Vaughn, who actually had this issue last year that he dealt with. So maybe there's this an experience in dealing with Kyrie being Kyrie. The other thing. This is the other side of the other side of this conversation, Bt is Steve Nash is is still a young head coach is only is 8/9 game in the they're five and four. So his ninth game as a head coach, something like this where you're less. We're not certain about what's going on. Used. You make it go away. You make it. This is a personal matter for Kyrie. We'll discuss it. You know, at a later date instead of bringing it to the forefront that he was confused, and I'm not informed unless he was upset and mad and and wanted it to be brought out there. I'm not gonna cover for carrier. Think if I'm Steve Nash covered, But isn't that the responsibility of a coat sometimes. I mean, a certain says you can't you don't want it to be disrupted, especially especially if this is something serious right? At the end of the day I go back to the first thing I said, I'm I'm reserving judgment. On why Kyrie missed it the game because I don't know what was going on whether it was mental health or whether there's something as you and his family. I have no idea and I'm not going to speculate on it. But the fact that he didn't inform anybody want you saying the same thing that ain't it louder? Yeah, but that's that's That's my problem. My problem is that he didn't tell anybody Now. I also my also my problem, is it Steve Nash puts him on blast? Oh, no, but this is not business. It's not. It's not, And I don't think Steve Nash did it on purpose. I think Steve Nash did that by an experience that that's the point I'm making even if you're okay. And and that's that's possible, All right, great to that. That's possible because you get hit with this 30 minutes before you meet the reporters. Okay, um or seasoned coach, Not a. Not a. Not a not a basketball mind because we know he knows the game. Yep, a more seasoned coach, maybe collect his thoughts and positions it differently. That's fair. That's an interesting point. But if I'm Steve Nash, like I've heard, um, theories this morning that you know Steve Nash similar to what you just said needed to maybe do a better job of covering for Kyrie, Irving, But you know what? If he did that there's there's 11 12. Other guys you gotta worry about, and there's a lot of young guys on that team. And suddenly you know again, they could say, Listen, we had Joe Harris on the show two weeks ago. Take you just said that. I'm gonna take Jody's word. He seems like a stand up guy. Do I fully believe that this just might. This is just may do I fully believe the glowing scouting report that Joe Harris gave of Curry Irving's a teammate, just speaking for myself. My answer is no because Joe Harris, along with Laverne and did witty and Jared Allen and three or four other guys last year were railroaded by Akari Irving after being teammates for a month when Carrie Irving said, these guys ain't good enough, so no matter what Kyrie did since then I will not have forgotten that and there's other players that you have to guide. And if you look the other way or you cover for him, it's a horrendous message to a team that's trying to build the culture of togetherness. You gotta be in this together and put every Irving's on an island by himself, and it's disruptive, but it's predictable, but doesn't every couple months But you're getting a little deep because we don't know what actually happened. I need to find out what happened. And so my point on Steve still didn't reach out to Steven. There's almost no matter what happened. 100% agree that way he reached out to a reporter. I think a reporter asked him and he probably bonded back. Steve Nash task to me didn't respond back. We don't know when Steve Nash reached out, asked him before the game 30 minutes before the game. He might have been wrapped up in some. I have no idea. I'm not defending Carrie..
"nash" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy <hes>. Few years of mentorship but there was a it. Sounds like there was a change in you where you said. Okay i gotta dig deeper here. Something's gotta be different. I can't keep going like this really crazy to say i was on about ninety milligrams of methadone back in the nineties. And i i went to jail overstated. They didn't give me the doses. Methadone so i ended up withdrawing older. Eat from both methadone in heroin on the floor. Wow jail and it was a newsroom experience. I mean it a really miserable experience you know. It was in that fog than i decided. you know. this isn't fun anymore. And you know i mean most of the reason that i was using drugs to escape age of of that i created for myself really but it was a coping skill. Drug use was a coping skill. Not not a very resourceful coping skill but it was yulong and you know the payable. That really made me decide that. I needed to try something else. I was very blessed. Because i i was in jail here in hawaii. And there's a program here old milita which is known as the long hard core long-term aren't or program and the you know. The word on the street was that if you really wanna get your act together. That's the place that you go. And i didn't have anything to lose. That's for sure. So i reached out to them in jail and call them. They came to visit me in jail in a few weeks later. They got me into the program so they are able to to take you in and you really wanted to to get some treatment. It sounds like you were kind of ready at that point. Yeah find the right place in the right place mentally and emotionally that i knew something had to change about jails institutions and death while i was facing all that and it became very apparent to me that the gig was up and it was time to make a change are the only alternative was either gonna die or overdose. Several times nearly died but is facing lindsay incarceration because of by drug use.