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"oconnell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Bond, your predecessor, Mike Zimmer, when asked before week 18 in a game that didn't mean anything in the standings, whether he would play, or he wanted to get a chance to see him. He said, not particularly, I see him every day, and everybody took that to mean like maybe this kid that they drafted high wasn't either ready or couldn't play in the NFL. What are your two cents on that subject matter? Yes, I have not seen Kellen on the field. So that's the first things first is I want to get on the field with all of our players. And see those guys. He's been great in meetings so far. In the early stages here, but obviously study the quarterbacks every year coming out in the draft, like I've had to do for a few years now and I just remember watching the guy that was there's a talented skill set there from a passing standpoint, athleticism, he had some, he had some real success there at a and M and I think anytime you look at a guy after one year in the NFL and even through the process of a rookie year, I think it's I speak from experience when I say that I wish I wasn't judged solely upon my rookie year as a quarterback in this league because I felt like I improved in the NFL like I grew mentally and became a better potential player for the teams that I played for. I never really got to get on the field again after that and that's a huge regret of mine, but one of the things I want to make sure that I do is give all of our players and Kellen's absolutely included in that the chance to come in here and just and work hard every single day to do the things we're asking from a big picture standpoint, a culture standpoint, a team building standpoint. But then on an individual standpoint, rich, I want calendar to come in here and feel like he can embrace our offense and be the best possible version of himself as a quarterback in this league. And that's a minute to minute process and once we get on the grass, we'll be able to really see where he's at. And then most importantly, how we can coach him up to reach that highest potential that whatever that may be for Kellen, we're going to be doing everything we can to help him get there. All right. Before I let you go, Kevin, I'm assuming you've done what maybe a dozen interviews similar to this one or on a program like this one since you've taken over the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, right? What would you say is that accurate? Yeah, I've definitely done a few, but I've been waiting for the call from the rich action show. I appreciate that. No, I appreciate that. I'm going to toot my own horn here. Is this the longest interviewer has gone with you without bringing up the name Sean mcvay? Is this the longest anyone's gone? What do you think? I think it's about ten minutes longer than anyone else. I've been bursting at the same time. You get the credit for that, but now I can't miss my opportunity to talk about Sean and his great influence on me because I absolutely couldn't say anything. But wonderful things about him as a leader over the last couple of years getting to be around him, getting to be around him as a play caller. It had absolutely the most impact on me and why I'm sitting in the chair I am today. Okay, I mean, do you need to get back coach like he has one? I mean, how are you going to be like mcvay, going to call 15 plays at once and throw them all on your quarterback? You're going to talk real fast. I mean, what do we got here? What do you think for me? I definitely got some ideas in store, but any more nowadays, we get that coach. They look a heck of a lot better in the game day attire than I do. So and they'll show on the Sean likes to still lift some weights and keep himself in good shape nowadays. So that get back to I've always joked and they needed to be careful about how many times he was pulling them back on that sideline. He was yelling. Turn around and push you back one of these times, but I will not be doing that. Hopefully I'll stay off the field and stay out of the way of the players that belong on the field because I've long since long ago proved that I did not belong on that field. So now I'm doing what I'm doing and I'm loving it. And then what was your perspective on the drive that everyone's going to be talking about here in Los Angeles forevermore where Stafford and the fourth down call and going with the run with cup and then that no look past a cup and then cup 19 times with all those flags he finally got in the end zone. What was that? Perspective for you and that final drive of the Super Bowl championship. Kevin. Yeah, you know, I think I give the dangles a lot of credit because they made some things hard on us that day and obviously they were prepared to try to take away a lot of the things that we were able to have success with throughout the year, but tons of credit to obviously Sean and our coaching staff and.
"oconnell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That's the can. And so these young wide receivers are either making some noise saying I'm not showing up or they want their new contract. And. What do you do? You look to the gram. As you see in this day and age or in the case of AJ Brown of the Tennessee Titans, his Twitter feed, he sent out this tweet yesterday. I'm a diva and a bad teammate all of a sudden, LOL okay. Do what you have to do then and so will I. Now, who is that? What was he talking to? Is he talking to fans who were upset with them for wanting a new deal? And we'll get to that in a second. Is he talking to somebody in management? Who is saying something to his agent? Or he's hearing something, that's out there. Because you take a look at his Twitter feed later on in the day and he removes Tennessee from his bio. Now we've looked to the gram, right? And he still has got photographs of himself there. As of an hour. And everybody, this is a silly game. It is a silly game. But hilarious. But it is a sign of disgruntlement and disgruntlement can lead to anger and lead to holdouts and lead to breakups and lead to demanding this and demanding that. But these receivers that I'm talking about DK and AJ Brown and also debo Samuel really don't have the cards leverage business folks. It is a leverage junkie league. You either have it or you don't. If you don't have it, you need to seek it out. And the leverage these guys have might be doing this to their Twitter account or saying they're not showing up for work until they get paid. And then they won't get paid when the games get played. In Tennessee though, AJ Brown has a very important person who loves him. That's his head coach. Mike vrabel was on this show the other day and didn't remember remember I asked him about potentially trading away Jay Brown, there are rumors that they don't want to pay him all this money. Think about it. Tyreek hill is now making what 30 million year and the average per year that argument about what Deandre Hopkins contract was and really is or isn't may not be based on inflated annual rates blah blah blah stuff that only Bobby Wagner gets to understand. But that thing's moot now. The bar has been set higher. This is what Mike vrabel had to say about trading AJ Brown. It's AJ Brown on the trade block? As long as I'm the head coach, I love AJ professionally personally, I've been I've gotten to know him well as his coach and joy, seeing him as much as I possibly can. So as long as I'm the coach here, I would want to have AJ Brown on my football team. So that's what Mike vrabel has to say. And the reason why I started with quarterbacks and I talked about the wide receivers they want to bring it full circle is because in the quarterback world, if you have somebody that you draft and they are absolutely outstanding and terrific and generationally talented, very rarely are you going to go ahead and just throw that guy back into the free agent pool and start again at the quarterback spot. We'd still have yet to see that, right? We still have yet to see somebody say we love you. We think you're terrific, but we're swapping you out because we don't want to pay you all that money. You're going to eat up all of the cap. We'd rather just start again and see how it goes and win in that first year second year third year first contract. That's the jackpot. That's what the chiefs got out of mahomes. That's what the Seahawks got out of Russell. Wilson. That's the jackpot. We have yet to see that happen. We have seen them abandon the guys that they've drafted because they don't feel that he's the right guy anymore. Goff Wentz Baker Mayfield's that guy right now. Darnold already with the jets. We've seen that. And now we've also seen a quarterback who's told the team, you wait. I'll get around to asking for the bag in Lamar Jackson and a guy who might be holding out in Kyler Murray because for some reason the Cardinals say we'll take care of you, but just not right now. I bring that up because that's the quarterback market. Wide receiver's different story. We're going to find this out. Because Devante Adams didn't get paid in year four, like the way that these guys are looking to get paid right now. This is an interesting aspect of it. Let's see, because there's a ton of good wide receivers in the draft right now. And. One way to back things up if AJ Brown is going to hold out on you or deebo Samuel is going to hold out on you or whatever's going on. If you want to try to write DK Metcalf, you get another one. Now, these guys are unicorns. But we'll see how the wide receiver market is valued. I just will say this for Brown and debo and also DK Metcalf. I will say this to the fans out there. Who might be upset if AJ Brown was in fact referring to fans saying that he's a diva in a bad teammate and all of that stuff. And deebo Samuel taking to his social media accounts to say he's gotten death threats from fans. For those fans who do that sort of thing. Who the hell are you? Think about that. Who the hell are you? I know you love your team. I know you're a die hard fan or something like that. But to threaten somebody for trying to get the leverage that they don't have in a leveraged junky league, you would do the exact same thing if you were in a leverage junky business. And you probably are..
"oconnell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"So excited. You're going be oh and by the way i should mention. I've got the sunday night. Football right here hoskins Sunday night khalil. Mack and the bears head to right up the road here right down the road. It takes me literally eight minutes to get from here to the nfl network spot right next door to stofile stadium aaron donald and the rams taken on the bears and khalil mack on sunday night football opening weekend rolls on sunday seven eastern time on nbc and peacock and of course peacock is going to have some great post game coverage for you after the sunday night game. I'm going to be there. You're going to be there. I am if you're there on time lobby early okay. So then you'll see me. 'cause i'm emceeing a ten minute Ceremony to open up the stadium and asked and fank the fans and a lot of the frontline workers who made it possible. It cannot wait. And so i'm going to have. I went there yesterday to rehearse and read off the prompter and make sure my ears worked. And there was no echo and all that stuff and i went in there yesterday and i just looked up. And i'm like this is the greatest thing ever and the fact that it's the next door neighbor nfl network. I still cannot believe it like. Oh yeah i'm just gonna. I'm just gonna run over so before doing the show it's craig's just finally going to be able to have fans of the game because remember. It was a year late getting finished construction and then obviously last year so now finally fans and we're all going to be there you and me and l. tufo and adam until you sell your tickets. I mean i'm going this on it just it. Are you going to go for for when brady shows up in a couple of weeks. Yeah that's the next one. And then i probably won't go to anymore games. Rich the shot i saw like when you're extra essentially so fi like the building behind director in the same way that building behind materials right there through now. We have the same sort of affair right. Yeah the same see-through curtains and blue and shades. Same thing now it's unbelievable does not compute. It will not compete when you go to a game and you see fans there and it's just like this is los angeles. It's football sunday night. We're back have a great football. Let's go and send us who you think the toughest player on planet earth should be gorilla glue tomorrow and we'll chat on monday just getting started with rich eisen season. Two is nfl centric with origin. Stories or michael's job and erin andrews. Why did you leave espn. I felt like i had done everything that i was going to be allowed to do there. I wanted to really be a part of the nfl. This sounds so bratty done brie or bore championship games. I just knew. If i was gonna have a shot at the. Nfl is going to be up fox. So it's gone pretty well just getting started with rich eisen. Listen wherever you get your podcasts..
"oconnell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"What do you think. Ben simmons and his situation in philadelphia. That seems like that marriage is going to have to break up. We obligated to put on a good show that paying us. Twenty thirty million to us about work on you again. The process is over. We built this team to win championships. You know people in philadelphia. They respect people that work hard so he has to decide us a really good player or do i want to be one of the greatest. It seems like philly and he just can't mix right i mean. Do you think that got to do a philly. This is all on him. The people in philly of giving them enough shots look to philadelphia. Boston atlanta miami. You got to bring it. If he does come back there his game. Better be different on your tweet about james. Franklin made me laugh out loud. That was built eighth about my observations about jump around when it comes to like dancing and stuff. White people got four self esteem. Like i think white people think that all black people can dance. Those can't dance if it's that for but in the end of nineteen ninety-one genesis put out this. Aw i can't dance. And i think that a lot of people like you know what you're right. So what and then how pain later puts out jump around. And they're like that. We will jump around and not only will be arou- we will repeat clear instructions on the movie dumb and dumber. The studio did not want it. But jim carey did so. They low balled. You an offer thinking you would say no but you took it. Is that true or false true. And is it true that your your representation thought. You were nuts for wanting to do that as well. I thought it was a huge mistake. And we're not we're going to start. It was an intervention. The nightmare four hours to fly out to la too dumb and dumber. We're we're going to stop this. This is not who you are. You're serious actor and this will ruin your career and i. i hate to tell you. But he's going to act you off the screen. He's not in the snowball and the heads seen. He's not on the tongue in the full scene and he's not in the toilet seen so those are all mine so unless they cut those out of the movie. I'm going to score. The runner up is going to be glenn. What was runner-up came so close. I could tell by your reaction. Then you're i would walk me. Ibuprofen walking ibuprofen. We were a little disappointed. We wanted him to choose the other one right. Would you say i want glenn. Watson chose walking ibuprofen over. Glenn wasser nuts so i thanked him for his time. And you wrote you got. It probably should've gone with glenn. What's her test stupid.
"oconnell" Discussed on Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021
"We feel it's among the best in the world. Jeff Adams goes without saying, he was involved in the early development of NLP, he was involved in the development of dragon natural speaking, leading those teams. He was the lead on the team for the profile speech. The Amazon Alexa product Nate blalock joined us in February from nuance. Having led on the development of multiple languages in the commercialization of those products across a range of different places in the world. Caitlin has worked in both the hospital marketplace and the healthcare data marketplace with extensive experience there. Nam he leads a team of individuals along with Samuel that have been committed their entire life to this space. You have to have a great team. There are many, many others who work on this team. And this team is expanding, we have hired nearly a third new staff And that will continue through October. We have our key personnel coming in. Our technology compared compared to historic approach. Historically, it began with the evaluation of word based things, classic example of the British novelist Agatha Christie and her plight through Alzheimer's, it's nice if you have 40 years of data to do analysis on, but it's not a practical way of approaching this. And word based analysis is difficult to control for education level, use of words, multiple languages across nations, not the withstanding various use of language throughout a single nation alone. So it's, while ASR is a nice, solid stable dataset, it's not a very useful dataset for doing analysis on things like anxiety stress depression. It's roughly practical for Alzheimer's, but even there it's very difficult to control. Canary speeches approach was to use a primary data layer, which is in fact used for ASR and NLP. But we use the primary data layer nearly exclusively. And from those features and biomarkers, we construct and train models, algorithms, which are independent, both language and other elements. Fundamentally how the central nervous system dries the creation of speech. And that allows us then to use a very rich set of data in a minute, hundreds of thousands of data points are. Used. We extract features in real time compare that to previous models and model sets that we have used. And today we're doing that in a. Newly launched system that utilizes the highest level of security available. We recently completed an external audit for penetration,.
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"I used to hate myself a sitting like that. I used to really an actually kind of linked to the two things i just said is like a director i direct tv shows. And i always noticed onset when being director which is traditionally a very straight white male role. People used to mimic the way. I moved like they would sort of not understand the way. I was onset. Because i think i'm quite inherently feminine. And who cares but it used to. People used to just call out all the time. And i was like. That's pretty interesting because why you want something different from me. You want me to be this way. And actually i so made such a decision. I'm not going to do that. I'm going to do this the way i want to do it. You know and i'm going to show you that it's absolutely correct and right as as any other way to behave on a film set because they are a bit like the army like it's very strange places but i think my femininity made me very excluded from that idea of being so close that you're describing right because you didn't have your closet wasn't like a giant walk in like a little coffin. No no like just people just excluded me like the straight boys just excluded me. Because i was just a bit weird i mean and everybody has their own thing you know. It's not like the tumor olympics. You say but. I'm actually very grateful for. That is what. I'm saying. Because i think that meant i got to go and hang out with the people who are more unusual and therefore in my opinion a lot. More interesting yeah. It's interesting i it like in the short term. It's very painful but in the long-term actually observing yale because you don't have you don't have the quote unquote luxury. You cost play as someone else. You have no choice but to be yourself so in a way a spray. i mean. isn't that yeah and By a me and my husband took the lock. He's he was able to play. And i'm i'm like that's fucking high but yes but you know it's like it's actually. I'm like don't play the no unless you wanna cost play in the bedroom which case i support in. It's complicated and no one will keep chain part one of into brian connell. Skip on to the feet and have a listen to..
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Do you remember that. Moment when someone i because it happened in real life and you based you put it in the show right. Do you remember the first moment that someone had made that mistake in you decided to go down that rabbit hole. Yeah i would starting school at the new school in new york and it was about nine months after my accident. I took a semester off the night transferred. I was really nervous. Because i thought i mean there. There's things on my body are for my accident and there are things on my body. Consider ballsy so. I felt like i was going to have to like lewis and clark like give a roadmap to leg like what was going on and i was so nervous because i just thought well. That's a great way to start. A relationship is just like here. All the things that are fucked up about my body So when someone just assumed was like so like are you. Is this limp like permanent. Like whatever i mind was totally blown. I mean was just such a shortcut and to me. Getting hit by a car is something that is very relatable and easy for anyone to understand. Cerebral palsy is something that happens to at birth. Either have it or you. Don't a lot of people don't understand policy. They don't understand what manifests because quite frankly Halsey looks different on. Everybody like it really does run the gamut so it's like you could see to people with cerebral palsy. Never guessed the the each had the same thing so there's just a general lack of understanding education around cpi and that made me feel extraordinarily different in a way that i didn't want to be different. You growing up so an accident. Victims felt like easy breezy but for covergirl by comparison. Yes is there a part of it when you're at school particularly where people who probably don't care at all about what specifically is your personal situation but the risk of saying something wrong or offending you don't ask and therefore they avoid you and that's actually just as isolating is the.
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Come awhile and they're like oh we actually don't have any ads. You can make whatever the fuck you want. It's all subscriber-based creatively. You have carte blanche do what it was like you want if you wanted to be raunchy if you want it to be this like do whatever you want. That was pretty revolutionary anyway now network. Tv to me doesn't it applies probably like point five percent of the power at once of nineties like no one really watches anymore in. It's because they're it's. It's all your driven like. They won't actually tell stories. That are like relevance. It's always like it's like i imagine them on this like deserted island that gets information like five years late but okay like wow. Let's do an episode about like sexism. You're like what are you but it's but it relevant for your show because it's like you if you're going to tell the story it needs to be not used as like the that element just picked up and dropped on to a story can please. Everybody is a bit window-dressing like you need to you. Tell the story. That's authentic to the person who's having the experience and that in its dna is going to be not mass market and therefore str- there's well there's definitely i think when it's mass market. There's this pressure to appeal to everybody which to me is a huge balanced. See that exempts can't seem to grasp because it's like if you try to appeal to everybody you appeal to no one because you're your product becomes so watered down so i've seen this happen. I i did this up on network once and when you make something funny right you go through the script funny. Yeah right. And i saw it in real time the pilot go from like pretty funny and like high two distinct point of view and through the course of the day like the teeth was taken out. It was defanged de-facto in all these things in like it was like at the end of the day it was.
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"People like me. A queer disabled by frankly disabled have historically been ignored and on a larger note like we've been castrated by society. You know we've been reduced to just you know dolls with missing private parts so to have people even accept me not only accept me but the reason why they like me or connect me is through. You know showing me Trip and fall on the ground or get sucked by sex worker. All these kinds of different things was incredibly meaningful to me and it's like i always felt in the back of my head like yes. Like minds is not to fringe or too strange. It's only you know. Straight white men exacts who are in the mid fifty s names. You know tom who like don't understand me but like fuck tom anyway. I've always felt like that in the back of my head. And that's what implored to never get give about on making special but to have that response would still incredibly powerful..
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Know flashes of perfect ads on and i just felt like there was a really missed opportunity to kind of show in. Oh sex for what it really is. Which is you know funny erotic sexual humiliating embarrassing. Empowering you know all within the same thrust yet and kind of intense it's intense. Yeah superintendents but it is. I think say when you talk about the portrayal of on television. I think we'll say the or in film or whatever as being very kind of erotic and haunting sexy that totally translates to real life when people who are having sex with each other don't necessarily know each other. Well they sort of go for that. Porno vibe like evans pretending to have the kind of sex and i think it's It's a self fulfilling loop that we need to try and step away from a niche. We talk about on this. Podcast of like sex is about intimacy. Actually it's not about looking like poon hub. Yeah that's gay men and we'd been gifted i think A dollop of intimacy issue so filling. It is hard for us to achieve that through sex. Sometimes so. I think it's a weird way safe gun and go like performative pointing route because it feels like you're not even really in it in yes and that can feel like success. It's it's just not no. I mean maybe the sounds but not me you said. Did you say gay. Sex is my muse. was sexism. gay sex. I mean no i mean i think in general my news are is things that have these stigma has attached to it for no reason And by news is.
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"How aggressively traumatizing exercise was because it was where you you were just smacked in the face with your own difference of how different you were like. You had to walk into a room. Get naked with a lotta people you did. Well you know you have to get changed chris. I love that. You're just like you took that. As i guess we all get naked now and all the like what are you doing. Like and don't we penises like part. Isn't this the part where we go down on each other. You're like really you're keen was really traumatizing in the to you being like me this is what the same dot dot dot dot dot and then you have to go catch a bull and like right and you already did that back in the locker room so i do it again exactly but you know what i mean. Well yeah not not the play like the trauma olympics. Here chris throw you throw a disability in the mix you throw. Good st pe- in the mix. You're like okay. He definitely not my favorite subject. You know what i mean. Yeah i remember you saying well. You said it in the first episode of season one special you to able bodied to not able bodied enough to hang with able to not disabled after my table people. Yeah that was very much my journey. It was limbo journey. Not feeling like my identity was fixed in either direction. You know but. Luckily i got to make a netflix show about it. Which i highly recommend for anyone working through their said yes. And i think that required you to do of introspection right to land on being able to talk about that but in a universal way which you say yeah. I don't think i was like super conscious of like putting it through a universal lens. Necessarily i just trusted that. It would be universal. Because i think about like all the stuff i watched growing up. That did not reflect me. But i still find ways to latch onto it and see myself in and so i trusted that the audience could do the same for my story and yes they did. We stand here today looking at the precipice of season two of special. It's been a massive hair and this new series is brilliant. So congratulations thank you. I loved loves episode one of season. Two one of the things that i loved about actually in particular. Was that your exploring new ground. In a way that feels super relevant conversations that are going on in my life and lots of the lgbt people. He listened to this podcast. I was just loved it being longer. You'd like. I always felt like they were so short before. And i didn't if you struggled with that with the previous series the i didn't love it i felt like we got the short-form end of the stick. That was definitely like a nonconsensual thing. The road to getting special made with so arduous than really the only the only place that would actually condition me to write scripts. Was this place called stage. They're genuine Which is a division of warner brothers. And they were specializing short form. Content and adopt. I would have made like two two minute tiktok videos ending. I didn't give a shit. I just wanted to this. And so on. But i did feel like when i was writing season one that i was really cramming a like a half hour's worth of material each fifteen minute episode and it was really really challenging. They felt like certain moments breathe as well as they wanted them to. I'm really privacy's in one. But it definitely it definitely had its limitations for me and says season two feels like a fully realized version of might as a freelancer as a freelancer. And you said this season is going to be gay..
"oconnell" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Welcome to part two of our delightful chat delightful rhino delightful connell. If you haven't quite one boys get back to the feet have listened to that. I then come back. Gave a to another thing. We talk about a lot on this. Podcast which is a big thing for season two is open relationships and i wondered what what you felt needed to be discussed about that that you weren't seeing and that was true for you as both. What's so funny like i'm not. We're not a monolith as gay people. Obviously but i mean just in the microcosm of mine friend groups. Like i think everyone. That's in the long term relationship is some variation of. It's it's extremely rare in the in my case i'm just waiting speaking to me and my friends that a relationship is like totally closed completely. The door's always some doors are wide open doors or like trista creek unit and it's just really a part of our culture and and i just said not really seen shoe much expiration of that Now the version that works for in this in this particular season is just one facet of open relationships which is like basically. There isn't berge. There is version doesn't negate all the beautiful versions of relationships that i have found. Which is that people opened things up as a last ditch effort to save the relationship and of course it ends up creating more problems and then it goes kabui so i think in the relationship that tanner is in with richard and season shoe. Tanner my love interest. you know. They have their rules and you know. It's very strict and very regimented. But really i think it's it's it's channel wanting to find a different way out and so i thought it was an interesting now. I think i think that the way game and do live and sacks is so interesting to me and we really do have our own set of rules and i think there is freedom. There's freedom and being ignored so long by society because we don't have any of expectations like we don't have any of the benchmarks that straight people do. That caused them to go insane. There's no pressure to get married. There's no pressure to have children. I mean maybe some people feel that pressure but like i feel totally absent of those pressures. Yes and it's kind of liberating because it's Adventure you can do things however the fuck you one yeah. Do you have open relationships. Is that why that you wanted to talk about it. Yeah my my boyfriend jonathan. I have been together for six and a half years. It's my first relationship actually is crazy and we are open. But it's like it's interesting. Because i never really got to so my wild oats like in my twenties. I was too busy like in a pit of self loathing and pill addiction. That i didn't actually get upset the way that i wanted to or needed to. So i kind of knew early on that. John can was sort of like casually the one like i was just obsessed anti also new in tandem with that realization that i was like oh well this can't be like the last person i have sex with nuts insane so i think early on the relationship i was like honey. Baby sweetie i love. You wanna be with you basically forever but like this can't be like i still need to like go. See some other debts. You need to go out. Come come spring you know and He was. He's always been really supportive of that. Honestly we don't here's the thing about being open and talking about being open. I kind of liken it like traveling with xanax on an airplane just knowing that like it's almost always relieves desire to take it so just knowing that i could go out and like fuck some random today your kind of takes away the urge to a aranda so were open emburey but like not like it doesn't come up. I mean obviously also the pandemic was like that in the bud. It's we don't we don't even really like explore that option like a lot units but it's always there and it's always a conversation will make you use it. We talk about it. And it's a lot of the things that trip brian. Up in season two is like there's rules that he doesn't know about the he's discovering about his love interest and stuff with their open relationship and like do you have ground rules and do you think that's a useful way to be more fluid it's more fluid and then i think it relies. I think of the rules of it. All and i'm like get like. Oh my god honey lake crazy. We're not like insecure triggered people's lake. We don't really need that. But i think communication it's communication in like when it pops up pops up. It's usually an organic. Yeah it's so funny. Because i feel like i have to tons of my friends who had open relationships and like you say on the sliding scale of what that is and i think they're amazing. I think that the thing that i feel like you just said is like if anyone thinks it's normal straight gay whatever to marry someone and then absolutely just go like closing in a safe in a bank vault and be like. That's that and it will not be discussed from that point. Forwards is asking for trouble and you giving the only way out. Secrecy like and secrecy spray. People are in hell. I like why the camp for them every night seriously. It's so fucked evidence so sad. And it's like i just feel i feel for them because monogamy is largely a fiction. It's not were not meant to be monogamous If someone wants to fuck someone else. That doesn't mean like when i want to fuck someone else. It doesn't mean that. Not getting something for my partner coming for some for some people could but in my case it's just because i want flex someone else in it ain't that deep in and of course but of course like i'm not representative of the entire People but i think in straight relationships beyond this obsession with monogamy i think the giant failings of those kinds of relationships like people don't feel like they can be honest about their wants and desires. And you feel like you're you have these urges but you're taught to push them down. Further and further and further amazed become like little jokes or whatever. The survival of relationships to me at least healthy relationships is really just communication. It's really just. That's it period. Hawk about shit. I couldn't agree more. And how did you learn that. Would you say because. I think it's such an important lesson. Well chris can't tell that i've always been communicated no because well listen. I don't have a crystal ball. But i don't think we're told to be communicative toll. I grew up in a family. That didn't really talk about stuff. And i really saw how much destruction that cause and so i think i realized that lesson very early on of being like i can't do that. I can't live that way. I can't repress things now. it was a journey. I think it was complicated. I think i've always been a very honest person. But up until the age of twenty eight. I was either closeted about sex rowdy or as Disability so ll we contain multitudes so part of me was like brutally honest about everything.
Interview With Influencer, Ryan OConnell
"Another thing. We talk about a lot on this. Podcast which is a big thing for season two is open relationships and i wondered what what you felt needed to be discussed about that that you weren't seeing and that was true for you as both. What's so funny like i'm not. We're not a monolith as gay people. Obviously but i mean just in the microcosm of mine friend groups. Like i think everyone. That's in the long term relationship is some variation of. It's it's extremely rare in the in my case i'm just waiting speaking to me and my friends that a relationship is like totally closed completely. The door's always some doors are wide open doors or like trista creek unit and it's just really a part of our culture and and i just said not really seen shoe much expiration of that Now the version that works for in this in this particular season is just one facet of open relationships which is like basically. There isn't berge. There is version doesn't negate all the beautiful versions of relationships that i have found. Which is that people opened things up as a last ditch effort to save the relationship and of course it ends up creating more problems and then it goes kabui so i think in the relationship that tanner is in with richard and season shoe. Tanner my love interest. you know. They have their rules and you know. It's very strict and very regimented. But really i think it's it's it's channel wanting to find a different way
"oconnell" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now
"That can help with leads high, like that. What we said that was called Product, finally ql product cauliflower? Yeah, yeah, it's I recommend you Google. It is a great VC company called openview. Have a great blog post all about it. Yeah, p q. R product qualified leads, will definitely take a look and for any of your listeners out there. If you're writing things down, put an underline box that or a little star. And I think what's great about getting a product marketer on the show is that, you know, we know that you that you guys are aiming to guide products from the Cradle to the Grave, right from developing a launch, through all stages of the product life cycle. And taking that into account, right product, positioning pricing competitors. It really all starts with typically looking to understand the table market and that's a lot to take under your belt. But in right sometimes quite mysterious. But I was wondering if you might be able to share a little bit as a product marketer wage, How you use social Insight or social listening, or what social can bring to the table, to help you understand that target market. And then how can we use social media data? I know you're, you know, love love data and data, we trust to develop better buyer, personas oh, that's a great, great, great, great question. So, I think he comes in multiple components. And, you know, I remember an old adage were marching guy told me, you know, every Friday should put in your calendar at 5:00 and see what customers. Did you talk to today? This is a little back when I think it's a great thing because basically, marketing, people have to talk to Prospect and customers to really understand what's under their skin, and what makes them tick. Well, wind, the clock forward slash have to always just talk to them. You should look on social, see what people are saying. And look at communities, look at Twitter feeds look at LinkedIn. See what people are gravitating. Yep. Don't don't just take scores as it were, look at the what's behind it? What are they saying? And what are they thinking? And then apply that to your replies. Think about how you can suck log posts. Think about how you can do campaigns using social two-point individuals. But also how you can share that within the organization to amplify it as well. I'm a firm believer of trying to amplify messages. If I think the key to it is a common message that's repeated over and over again to as opposed to, you know, different variances. I'm a firm believer in a consistent line which works every time you got, you think about it. If you've got a, you've got a whole company of, you know, ten sales, people, twenty sales people also in the same thing over and over again, that that's an amazing, amplification. That you should you should embrace. I think that's did that. Answer the question or would you like to know? I definitely think that answer the question in terms of one of leaning towards social wage. Is pretty interesting. Now, as you said, you know, I think back in the day, if you will, you know, marketers and sales, we would often get on the same call, or like, listen, in to a sales call, or even a part of a prospecting call to learn about the customer. I remember, I was, like, benchmarking calls. You could give a customer a call, my field research, giving them a call. So, all the surveys benchmarking all that good stuff, which still important is still makes sense to do..
"oconnell" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"The core of it like you know like Dexter rutecki says in Aspen extreme like we're just sliding downhill on sticks man. You know my dog. Scares the easy part. Yeah, exactly. It's Kim's. Easy part Carl. Like it's it's like I mean it's it's inherently goofy. You know the first time I got on skis I was like this I did not have like a frowny Faith. Like this is very serious. I should take this serious for the rest of my life. Yeah it was like this is super fun and I feel like a kid you know I that like Zip of energy through my body from this is hilarious and funny that it's like I mean it's like why we were neon and do spread these and like wear jeans and shorts and stuff like that, cuz it's goofy. It's a way to like goof off. And like, it's a smile delivery system at uhm at its core. And I think, you know, I think that a lot of times when ego is attached to something like skiing, it can put us in trouble when we take something. Very serious. It can put us into trouble and I'm wondering, kind of like, if you think that, you know, like something harmful and toxic can come away from us, taking skiing, so seriously and like also like, you know, am I unaware of something like is the last year or the last handful of years? Kind of put off seeing world like back on its heels a little bit like feeling like we need to defend ourselves. Like do you think I don't know. Do you think we lost? Have we lost our funding? I don't know cuz that's a good point. Like I grew up playing basketball like summer basketball summer camps. Like that's what I did and then I played all winter like that was my sport. I didn't I was okay. I was good but like that was my life, right? And then You know, I played like varsity as like, a sophomore. Like I was, I could play. I was good. Yeah. And then I found skiing, I didn't I put a snowboard on first at like sixteen Seventeen month and that was like, holy like, there's no, I don't have any coaches, even tell me what to do, no one's telling me where to go, or how to do it. And then I, you know, from snowboarding, I evolved into skiing then eventually fell into Telemark skiing somehow, but it was a freedom to me. It was like an old. I'm not a gamer, but I think I might have said this, like, it was like an open world video game. It was like, oh holy I can do whatever I want. And this is just fun. Totally and I didn't even I didn't even know that like coaching and like I knew there was like ski racing, but I thought people were just fast. Like, I didn't know that works. I didn't grow up in that world. Yeah, yeah, same. So to me, it was like this ultimate Just Freedom, open world video game, and then as I got, like, good quote, unquote, and like got like some sponsors and like, and I was, I'm still not good, but I'm just, I'm clever enough to get a free jacket every year, you know, boy. But that's what it is, right? Like yeah, yeah, but you've got really serious in. Like someone like my sponsors would, like, email me after I asked him for like, free hats, and they were like, well, what did you do last year?.
"oconnell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The city of Hudson is nestled in Far West Wisconsin estate famous obeying America's Dairyland, , jude towards production of cheese, , milk and ice cream. . Separated from the state of Minnesota by the Saint Croix River Hudson is a small scenic city characterized by historic architecture, , leafy parks and a wide offering outdoor attractions including walking tracks, , water sports, , rock climbing, , and came in. . But the year two, , thousand, , two, , the city was harm to a close knit community of Iran six, , thousand residents and was. . As a safe place to live. . vol On crime was well below the national average and murder hadn't been committed in the area for twenty four years. . Dearly funeral climbing Hudson was a sprawling single story brick and whether board building owned by local resident Tomo Connell, , his family had lived in the area FA generations. . Tones. . Uncle had earned an undertaking business in town prior to world, , War Two and in nineteen ninety, , five Tom decided to relaunch the family business. . He opened the O'CONNELL Vanity Funeral Harm at five twenty eleventh straight a quiet trae laundry road close to downtown district. . Two of his sons mark and. . Eventually began working alongside him. . Dan had initially trained as an emergency medical technician, , but was happy to follow in his father's footsteps by switching to a career in mortuary. . Science. . In Nineteen Ninety, , eight, , he quit. . He's Am Tae work to concentrate on the family business fulltime. . Dan was a dedicated worker known for putting the needs of others ahead of design, , and for always taking on to comfort the grieving relatives who attended the funeral home. . Married with two young children, , Dan had a reputation as a dedicated family man who was eager to give back to his community. . He spent tireless hours working to better. . He's time town by serving on several local committees and raising funds for various organizations. . As a result, , Dan was well known and liked by other. . Hudson locals. . Dea conal family funeral I'm also off the trainee positions to mortuary science students who were completing studies. . One such trae was twenty two year old James Ellison who had quickly proved himself to be a valuable employees. . James had grown up with these parents and two siblings in the rural town of Baron located about sixty eight miles north east of Hudson. . Hey was friendly and well locked with a range of interests that included Gulf music and church activities. . During hough school James had played in the school band and was active in not for profit youth organization for HEY Jr.. . He. . Later, , enrolled to study mortuary science at the University of Minnesota where he took his career path very seriously. . Friendly Polite and organized James took great pride in his trae work on one occasion remarking. . I'm so proud that can help people in the worst time of their lives. . James was Ju- TO GRADUATE FROM UNIVERSITY in May of two thousand and two, , and it was anticipated that the O'CONNELL's would then offer him a fulltime job. . In the early afternoon of day February five, , two thousand to Saint Croix. . County Medical Officer Mati Klin headed to the O'CONNELL family funeral home to conduct a retain visit. . Gee to the requirements of his job, , he was well acquainted with the O'CONNELL's, , and on this occasion, , he needed Dan to sign a death certificate. . Mahdi arrived at one forty PM and immediately made his way to Dan's office, , which was located towards the back of the building. .
Dan OConnell & James Ellison
"The city of Hudson is nestled in Far West Wisconsin estate famous obeying America's Dairyland, jude towards production of cheese, milk and ice cream. Separated from the state of Minnesota by the Saint Croix River Hudson is a small scenic city characterized by historic architecture, leafy parks and a wide offering outdoor attractions including walking tracks, water sports, rock climbing, and came in. But the year two, thousand, two, the city was harm to a close knit community of Iran six, thousand residents and was. As a safe place to live. vol On crime was well below the national average and murder hadn't been committed in the area for twenty four years. Dearly funeral climbing Hudson was a sprawling single story brick and whether board building owned by local resident Tomo Connell, his family had lived in the area FA generations. Tones. Uncle had earned an undertaking business in town prior to world, War Two and in nineteen ninety, five Tom decided to relaunch the family business. He opened the O'CONNELL Vanity Funeral Harm at five twenty eleventh straight a quiet trae laundry road close to downtown district. Two of his sons mark and. Eventually began working alongside him. Dan had initially trained as an emergency medical technician, but was happy to follow in his father's footsteps by switching to a career in mortuary. Science. In Nineteen Ninety, eight, he quit. He's Am Tae work to concentrate on the family business fulltime. Dan was a dedicated worker known for putting the needs of others ahead of design, and for always taking on to comfort the grieving relatives who attended the funeral home. Married with two young children, Dan had a reputation as a dedicated family man who was eager to give back to his community. He spent tireless hours working to better. He's time town by serving on several local committees and raising funds for various organizations. As a result, Dan was well known and liked by other. Hudson locals. Dea conal family funeral I'm also off the trainee positions to mortuary science students who were completing studies. One such trae was twenty two year old James Ellison who had quickly proved himself to be a valuable employees. James had grown up with these parents and two siblings in the rural town of Baron located about sixty eight miles north east of Hudson. Hey was friendly and well locked with a range of interests that included Gulf music and church activities. During hough school James had played in the school band and was active in not for profit youth organization for HEY Jr.. He. Later, enrolled to study mortuary science at the University of Minnesota where he took his career path very seriously. Friendly Polite and organized James took great pride in his trae work on one occasion remarking. I'm so proud that can help people in the worst time of their lives. James was Ju- TO GRADUATE FROM UNIVERSITY in May of two thousand and two, and it was anticipated that the O'CONNELL's would then offer him a fulltime job. In the early afternoon of day February five, two thousand to Saint Croix. County Medical Officer Mati Klin headed to the O'CONNELL family funeral home to conduct a retain visit. Gee to the requirements of his job, he was well acquainted with the O'CONNELL's, and on this occasion, he needed Dan to sign a death certificate. Mahdi arrived at one forty PM and immediately made his way to Dan's office, which was located towards the back of the building.
"oconnell" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Coming out I she genuinely really loves being the kitchen and learning how to cook and I don't think knows a ton about it and so she's GonNa learn a lot and we're GONNA learn with her but we're also going to be hanging out with her in her home in her kitchen. She's doing it like we all are So that is that's exciting because that show would have never been saying that it's open up these other creative outlets and I think just in general the celebrity of it all that access of seeing sort of the re- remember the old stars are just like us. Yeah and if gives that new layer that I think is been really fun even just on instagram and other platforms to kind of get that peek behind the curtain. Yeah absolutely and I don't think she's overexposed either. I think Selena is one of those people that people want more of and And she is despite her crazy level of star power. She is still a very relatable person. And she's been vulnerable in the media. And I you know I just hope that especially the younger viewers. Will you know. We'll get something out of that will. This is all very exciting. This is so great John. Thank you again. It's so good to see you and appreciate you doing this. Thank you. I'm so I can't believe it took us this long to do it again. I'm so glad that we I feel like we've come full circle from one we started. You got a great slate and I'm really proud of you thank.
"oconnell" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"When you have to be more creative and you have to go out and sell shows to make a living you have to see to see something three steps ahead and not. Just what's put right in front of you and so I think that that has been helpful to me for sure. So when you're building a slave from scratch and you're essentially building a new brand which is what you're doing. Did you have an edict from Kevin Riley or Sarah in terms of? Here's how we wanted to feel and look or was it like we trust your instincts. Just get great shows because it seems like such a great of stuff. Yeah a little of both You Know Hbo Max Part of HBO. Max a big part of it is. Hbo and so our mandate is to figure out. Okay what do they do and then what can we do that complements? So we don't want to do things that overlap with HBO and then looking at their audience. Makeup it was okay. What don't they have so they have some kids and family but it's not a focus. So now we're it's a big focus for us. They don't tend to skew younger and while they're pretty balanced with men and women watching I would say they lean a little bit more male than female so for us really leaning into female and younger skewing content was key and And that was helpful and also they don't really do reality. Tv They do amazing documentaries But when it comes to lifestyle stuff and competition shows that's not what they do so looking for things that we could really you know go big with and and so that was that felt like something that we were all on the same page on from the beginning that Sarah and Kevin made very clear you know we we wanna you know we want to create our own identity And be broad but.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth split
"Like miley and liam for some reason they're just a couple. Oh that anytime. I see some tabloid rumor about them. I just don't believe it like i just 'cause. I just feel like their private. Life is something that it we might not understand. God's trying to like hints. No no no. I actually was just trying to clear my throat. I need a civil water but i'm gonna wait. What am i doing no. No that was purely just me. I think that like they. I don't know they're just they had such a weird relationship relationship that i see all these rumors that seemed like the easy easy rumors spread the oh miley. Liam didn't like miley social life. Save and miley didn't like liam social. Life and miley really wanted the merit. Oh my god and your throne and miley really wanted to go to therapy towards the end of it. There's all these rumors. I'm like i don't buy any. I don't believe that by any of this but i guess look apparently they have been separated for a while now. It's not like this is a fresh thing. They've been broken up for a couple months yeah so i mean if i'm going to be honest here. I love miley cyrus yeah. I just think that you know she. She's a free spirit. She wants to do what she wants to do. It would be tough yeah. Yes and i just think that's not liam hemsworth way of living which is fine. Everybody can have their own way of living. There's just doesn't match up. It's not gonna work for them in their world i- awesome things that said you know there that miley is not going or either of them. I don't know i'm not going to file for divorce anytime soon because there are hopes that maybe they will end up back together someday so it's like yeah who knows you. You just never know because the two of them there's rumors about everything unlike its you get both ends of the spectrum. It's like they hate each other. They love each other. They're never getting back together. They're getting back together so i asked you just have to wait and see because that's how that's how it's always been with them. They break up. Everybody freaks out. They get back together. Is it's been a cycle happened a few times. This one just feels so crazy because because they got married yeah they did get married and we'll see we'll see what happens with them. <hes>