23 Burst results for "O'neil"

"oneil" Discussed on Light Hearted

Light Hearted

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on Light Hearted

"Be shown from within the lens again. is that the idea probably not on a day-to-day basis. The coast guard has a a you know modern ellie gay by but we are hoping they will give us permission to Have a lit on special occasions. One of the nice things at point sur is You can walk down the trail to the lighthouse and you're looking right at the lane out. You're not looking for. I'm looking at the lens. You're not looking up at the lands. You can't you can't go to. The base of the white house. Woke up at it. But it's just beautiful looking through the lantern and seeing the ocean so soon as we get all the engineering and the money. Then we'll start giving some thought to how to interpret it How will show it but probably on every tour will open the curtains or the shades or whatever it will to to let people see the the land in place that is so exciting. The it's extremely rare for a historic for nolan's especially a first order lens to be put back inside the lighthouse from whence it came. We had a meeting with the coastguard curator and we had people from the board of seattle k. We had the very capable are Curator for california state parks our local district and we had volunteers Involved and between the curator's assurances that we could make the land turn in museum box essentially and see. Ceo cavs insurances that it would be paid for and the volunteers who who have Lots of expertise and a lot of fields engineers and whatnot blacksmith and blacks. Yes that we can make that tower seismically stable which is our first task. But then we can make the lantern the right humidity and the right temperature. Because as as you know as soon as you take that for now lands out of out of tower and out working. It's no longer a piece of equipment. It's it's a museum artifact. Museum keys are nearby. Lighthouse point pinos in pacific grove. Here on the monterey peninsula is still using its original eighteen fifty-five for alan's it is a piece of equipment it rotates every day Where where our lands is now a precious commodity the right humidity and whatnot. Were sure i have one human interest story on the land. You don't find of course. It rotated beams awhile and win. The beans are showing against the mountains. You can see the beans booming okay. Apparently there was a guy. Victor my will not name who had a motorcycle. Try to Race the beam down highway. One said he He was going faster than the speed of light in other words. Boy i have to tell them that. I was impressive. Wow interesting so to question for either or both of you. I know of course like like everywhere. Like a all museums and lighthouses. The light station was closed for a while due to the pandemic Question one is has it reopened and number two in in general when when you do tours How those work we have reopened are challenged was. We were closed for over a year to redo the bridges to the top. So the very weekly. Were to open to reopen and March of twenty twenty week closed and we reopened in the fall of twenty twenty four tours smaller tours less often and then we closed again. In december of twenty twenty. We started giving tours again. I think in march of twenty twenty one and we have been lurching forward with Unfortunately fewer volunteers who wanna meet with the public right now. We are giving to tours of week..

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"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:57 min | 5 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"It makes me happy and i hope we make a real difference in these ten review. Tenure we we didn't audit of our of our vendor spend and it was. It was painfully white. So we sent benchmark set benchmarks. And we're in the process of diversifying. Who spent money with We invest in a business in a housing project in strawberry mentioned an area philadelphia de unisom resources. We bid on a four billion dollars of products waterfront. That was going to put a billion dollars after a community of philadelphia. And so we we you know we rear. We are putting our money where our mouth is. We are making a difference in Am i gonna change the world. I'm your station on the ursuline. Think so do i think i think we all have to do our part. I mean i walked into organization hours ninety five percent white men you magnet like this day and age we we had one woman who is a vp or up one and we have one director who was a person of color. One and now thirty four percent of organization people might say like yep degree organization. I was like yes. Sixty one percent of the people. I have hired since i've been here in. Eight years are not white men k. So it's not an accident you don't you don't drive diversity accidentally and so my friends who call and say hey hierachy thursday obser- you're the chief diversity officer you see up that's your job thank you. I have jeep. Tours yasser disparaging remarks name's dave gould. He knows more in his Ever no okay but like issue is on. You is on you to say no. You can't hire white man's job. Ena what that sucks the here for a lot of people they don't like it but you know what we got to do battle now. I've got eighteen women who are. Vp's now thirteen sep's and above including our coo she. Rents are t people officer are gm of our building. I mean it's cool. Like it's an. I wish you know not wish. I hope that people understand that. I told i believe. That's a competitive edge. I'm not into. I'm a businessman guy. I like deals like business. Good distance and i have in my soul. I believe that if we have diverse people roundtable were better. Smart fast I believe so. And so i drive it so my friends were like you know. I've got to diversify mortgage on in five years in three years if everything goes like i mean it's not by hiring someone that's not creating a diverse organization nor is it inclusive snow. The first few verse hires you hire. It's hard for them. Women people her after weber however whoever it's like you know it.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Just checking in we love World's better like these are simple simple things that the world needs right now. Great stuff. And i and i you know it it resonates with me Way too much. Unfortunately because it's all the things that i feel like basis i personally More often than not failing to do. And i admit every so often somebody will do that. Text check in with me. i think. Why the checking in today. What's what's wrong are they are they. Okay why are they. You know like we. We have because we don't do. This enough does take the moment to send the out of the blue texts. That's literally that nothing behind it. No agenda no anything why. Why are they reaching out right now. Is there something. It's a strange station because you realize it is. It's because we are not. We're not engaged enough and we're not reaching out enough and we're not so suddenly the the thing that should be the obvious human thing to do becomes the the the the anomaly almost and and your attention wants your attention is. I'm gonna do this every day. You i promise you the world will send you people in your head. You're like yes. I should send her test. Yuck i feel good wanna reaches out and just to check in. Not people need stuff you all the time. How do people need stuff for me all the time you know. I oftentimes get Hey just checking Economic tickets. So like i did a lot so k. Was part of the job. I understand but like what if you just purely were checking in because we care you know. I think we need to know. It's an important reminder for all of us and and i will admit this freely me especially the crossover podcast is brought to you by progressive..

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"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Wonderful people We had great. You know it's like nba. It's uniquely you fight to the death on the court off the court partners. We spent a lot of time with them in atlanta based not thomasson we were treated like royalty down. Hopefully they will stay the same thing up here but good people They put on heck show up there and let's like the guy saw gone yet. No the the hawks are incredible. None of us could have seen. There's a lot about this season that we could not have seen coming by the way in the other conference. The sons being in the conference finals but The hawks are an incredible story so But at a moment like this be my last question just about this sixers season the just concluded. What is the Why do i have to keep coming back to the same process word. It just it just sneaks into conference. What does the process for an organization for your organization at a moment like this about dealing with the pain. In the disappointment of it figuring out what's next There's obviously a lot of changes already. Been made right doc. Just it's just finished his first season with you. guys daryl. morey just finished his first season. You have these two young cornerstones. We don't need to get into the roster decisions that come but what is the process at the ownership and management level of saying okay. How do we learned from what just happened channel. Whatever that disappointments and and pain is right. Now productively how long do you take before you make any decisions as an organization as such a loaded question you know the answers this lease twelve. You know you don't you don't have the luxury of time you know. We've got drafts right around the corner frequency right around corner on me. I guess what was different this year. You know i mean docs doc. Seen is movie daryl. Cena's movie else been around the block. This is a this is a world class from office. I i don't you know i mean i don't know how long you take your wounds until myself till noon. I don't know if i'm dalla doc. Navy takes week. I have no idea. I not know i never worked with..

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"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Happiness. We give you fear despair. We give you emotion escapism. We bring connection at time. A weedy connection eight nelson the world so so a long answer to a question. If when i think about today i'm very proud in a not a pat yourself back like a a if you can be humbly proud that i feel. I feel like this. It's been a heck of a journey. Pay eight years and Employee if you told me it was it. Fourteen fifteen sixteen temperance laws that we'd be sitting here at number one east after you shoot a can in that stands hit anybody This team i'm fourteen. The biggest season ticket base in the league next year. It's crazy so if you were told me then now if you'd have told me i couldn't go to tell my kids not gains by. He can't come by why. Because i don't want you to hear what they're screaming at. That's so that you know like you know you want to check out good. Go go go to google Scott meal you see like what that was like. I don't think people really understand like what that was. I know what that was like. I was through it. I went through the mud. And i got i love this organization is i love the people here. I love this a family. We take care of each other treat each other. Well we worked really hard. You have a really really big is really big goals in talk about growth and business is fun and it's a man's tough day for sure so i mean obviously i appreciate the long view here a reporter. That's my whole point of my profession is professional emotional distance. I can sit here and go. You know i could tell somebody. Yeah you know what i know. You're disappointed but the sixers think about where you were exactly what you just presented. Scott the trajectory and the path that this this franchise has been on the evolution. And that's all great knows where positive things in philly philly fans eight years ago seven years ago. Whatever would have killed for for that outcome. Guess what guys. Here's where you're going to be twenty twenty one but of course none of that matters today because just the sting of defeat and not just that but this team had legitimate championship hopes and the roster the coach the front office. Everything is in place that you look at it in. The outline of a championship is there. And you're falling a couple rounds short now. So what would you when you have to be in the moment of it. And i know for yourself and for your own sanity you need to take the long view but those same fans you alluded to everywhere else. What are you telling them at a moment like now or is there anything you can tell fan animal at this time. Time heals all wounds Began you know you've been in business. I mean i think i met you but two thousand three little later in the two thousands but somewhere in there area.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I'm howard beck senior writer for sports illustrated. It's been a rough week for the philadelphia. Seventy sixers knocked out of the playoffs. By the hawk's ben. Simmons won't shoot in fourth quarters. Break-up between simmons and the sixers might becoming a Got a lot of work to.

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"oneil" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

08:12 min | 6 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"He's like get out. I'm like okeydoke. So so i back my office. My phone rings and it was the dreaded eighty three hundred extension. which was david. Stern's pick up the phone already with cold sweat on my brow. Knowing that i was going to get the thrashing. He's like does it goes i. I don't know you would let me in. He's like why not isaac well put-on get back there. It's like awesome like toggle between two titans as a young aspiring executive. So two weeks later invites me back are. I begged my way back over. You wanna you wanna remember the story. And so i go back in saint in a comfortable chair pacing rounds office. I finally get lead in any sitting behind his desk. Throws a book at me and says. Don't come back until you read this. I catch the book. I looked out in. Its a vince lombardi. I was like i. I have to go read this now like out a like in the car. I go back to new york same. Eighteen hundred calls same routines like a read. The book you know anyway. So it's funny like i. I went back and third time. And this i asked to take. Take now commissioner adam. Silver and burning. My longtime boss could both amazing friends of mine. Now and i'm in the car. And i'm a low totem pole. I'm thirty years old. And so i had written notes written up notes as. Here's what i think we should say like because i said to stern on like i don't think you send me back there by myself. Like i don't think he cares about me. i don't think he. I don't think it's any respect to say. And so he's like you know. I can ask him. He's like well whatever. I can deal with toll thing so. I grabbed my boston. Adam where the car over there. And so i prepared these notes you know for these guys like three pages of notes. Here's what i would say. Here's why would lead the questions out. Ask teed up. Because that's what i did for the nba off consultant for the team. So i would go in particular when new people took over the teams. I would go in and kind of run them through a you know. Here's a don't list effectively and here's a to do list. And here's an evaluation of your organization. And here's some recommendations etc so we're in the car and i was like okay. You guys have this right got it. So we sit down. Lou says you know bernie and they had known other back from the providence days and brings like adam adam scott. I'm like you guys got kidney. So here i am about to get slaughtered. So i go into my pitch because i know the organization very used to work there. Then that's a start as a marketing assistant so new new. The players knew the organization. So i go into my life hardcore. Here's where i've found. Here's what i think we need to do. But i went through and he was putting me to. I mean keep. He put me on the hot seat and i was going to hold on my own doing my thing so i went down to hear the ten things i would change. Tomorrow i did a whole solo thick and so he's like are you done now. I was like yes i am. You know figuring. I was gonna get thrown out for the third time. Why not tons of charm and he goes and he opens his board. Had this big like covered forty opens it up everything that i walk in through. He had written down the board walk dinner. So that that's Is a good lesson on so many fronts. One is never underestimate the great lula morello in business in hockey as a friend. He's one of the one of the great human beings in the sport of hockey. And i've cherished my friendship with him and and hope to have a statue of him outside the prudential center at some point He's that good i mean. He's the vince lombardi of hockey. He's he's the great of the great human being and as hockey executive and so that's one two we ever you go into his office. You better put a tie on you. Better have read something from vince. Lombardi and you better be prepared. But he funny twenty one of my one of my all time favorite people. I got two more quick ones for you. Number one. how. Many madison square garden executives can adam graves pinned against the boards at the same time. So i i listen. I am a basketball junkie. Okay i think hockey is the greatest live sport in the history of the world. But i grew up skating a little bit of hockey on chadwick lake in newburgh new york but no skill at all none. Okay good hands. They say but but moves like a a sloth on the ice if you could imagine a sloth and skates so the first thing i did when i got the amnesty was like hey when we played hoop. We don't play. This is madison square garden. And what we do now so for the first six months i was getting my regular bre in on the court next on your kid so on the court. Madison square garden wisconsin dream. And why didn't have any legs even then my mouth. I'm a world class shit talker world class and so the hockey guy started. Give me a hard time. Oh you're guys not. I love hockey. And they're like can we play on the ice outside. Yeah and so if there were a fifth line. I don't think i would have been on advocating for the games but we did have rhonda gay played added gravy played. I mean it was kind of unbelievable and a lot of guys played with. Were college hockey player. So and i'm not but we had like there was a group of us that couldn't play and play. Now i'd be on that group and adam graves like ever hit anybody. Not he's like take me and i literally. I stayed as fast. I can't which is slow and try to put him into the board. And i bounced off like a like a super bowl like memory. Were katya super bowl. That was me. An angry is the nicest in the history of the world. I don't know if you know. Maybe it all but literally i mean he eats all. You cannot believe me i meet. You can't believe that someone can be that authentic in that wonderful net night on the not so much so i bounced him off him like a super bowl and and i was my mouth the whole time. Which wasn't a great idea. And then at one point the puck into the corner of course would be twenty minutes skate over there. And i felt pressure on my body. Like i've never felt before. And i felt like i was pinned to the glass. Almost like a bad sitcom where your face is like against the glass and it felt like an hour. It was probably a minute but it was way too long so he had me and two other guys pinned and immobilized for way too long but not not a fun night. that's for sure. And here's my last one. If chris jury was kidnapped and replaced by you would anybody be able to tell the difference through our cat in. When i was at the rangers people that have been with been around kind of big market big revenue teams at small market Lower revenue teams have. So it's of fun to think back. Those meme reason and chris was drew as a elite elite leader and a wonderful human being. When i was at games. I would either be asked if i was chris jury or if i was brother i mean it was. It was almost painful. Like i took it as a great compliment. Scott both professionally. And if you're comfortable personally what makes you nervous. What makes me any kind of technology. Uncertainty logging onto this podcast. I hadn't used his platform before cold sweat getting in the car. I'm an awful driver. I'm not as bad as my daughters by the way. I don't know if you know this but my daughters are such bad drivers that the insurance company called and said we're not willing to carry you anymore. Oh wow and i said there has to be some price we can pay and they said not with us so yeah three. Crashes and several tickets later the not destroy their lovely ladies but not their strong point. But when i'm driving. I get anxious if i'm going but but not too much else and the final one if commissioner gary bettman called you this afternoon and said scott. We're giving you the ability to change one thing in hockey. What would it be. And you can't answer by gary. I'm the commissioner. Actually you could. That would be even funnier..

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"oneil" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Sierra four elliott today our special guest is the ceo of the new jersey. Devils also Ceo the philadelphia. Seventy sixers of the nba. Scott o'neill Real interesting guy. Real interesting background. Think you're going to enjoy this conversation. should also point out. He is the author of a new book called. Beware your feet are Seven principles that keep you present grounded and thriving from your perch before we get into the peace year. What do think people should know about. Scott o'neill he's got a really interesting background. He's been at madison square garden. He's now as you mentioned with the devils and sixers one of the things we talk about is the process what they went through on both in on-court and business perspective from the seventy sixers when they basically scorched the earth and that is a hotly debated thing you know. I love in the interview. The stuff about lula morale. I think i think people in in our sport are fascinated by lula morello and what he's like and the stories he tells are pretty hilarious. The thing that i think about this interview. I like is it. It really veered into different topics. Jeff some very serious and some very light soul. I think in this one. There's going to be something for everyone. The one that i was curious about with his work with the devils. And we saw this with the seventy sixers. He goes into it in some depth here. We've seen teams just for the sake of this podcast. Considering its hockey will focus on hockey. We've seen some teams start to come together on the ice but the organization around the team sort of isn't ready for success and the organization scrambles and it costs the team on the ice elliott. We've seen this countless times. We don't talk about it a lot but it does happen. And it happens with some frequency with the philadelphia. Seventy sixers. you know. This group had a depress team a team. That couldn't win but in that moment and around that time what they went about is sort of what they're going about in new jersey right now creating an environment around the team so when that team is ready to be great the organization around the team is great as well so there isn't any conflict or friction or they'll be nothing that the organization does that affect negatively. What happens on the ice. I agree with that entirely when you're in in his position. You know everything that happens reflects on you whether it's your fault or not It reflects on you because your the face. It's funny when. I say this a lot but know what you're signing up for. I tell it especially to young journalism. Students are are young reporters. Know what you signed up for. There are great rewards but there are also great risks and one of the things out. There is that when you go into this business. You put yourself out there publicly jeff. Every mistake you. And i make everyone sees it. Oh yeah scott. O'neil you get the great tidal you get all the perks and benefits that go with it but that also means that everything reflects on you and i think the best understand and it's clear like there's a point in the interview where he disagrees with one of my and he says to me you should get your facts straight and the the the reaction i take from that is this is a person who has incredible pride in the job that they do and the company that they work with and i think that's the way it should be. You should be willing to say. Hey i defend what we're thinking. And i defend our process and what. I think the best leaders do that. They admit mistakes whenever they happen. I loved his book. Talks about failure and how to handle it. I think being a leader is to things accepting mistakes and blame for them. But to having pride in where you work for and wanting to be the best. And i think in this interview it shows both of those sides of you agree or disagree.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Into my house to be a dad and walk into my house and the osmond and and make that the center to be truly present be truly rimouski were and and in that instant. I had this friend. Tell me the funny funny. But which he did was he would drive home and there was a tree right next to his house. He calls worry tree. He would put his hand on a tree. He said words with slow into the tree until the next day as i don't have a way trade quickly in also did he said no no. It's not the tree. Is that best buy you know. That's my checkoff. That's my visualization. That's my and i said. Okay mine's gonna be memorized. I am going to stream gal. How would complain a recall people. I'm gonna redo that akimbo. i hit that driveway. That's it and that's what i've been doing ever since and we've lost allow need since then and and you know it is a could not. Everybody works in sports business right but we'll have tough days. Don't we all have a a a boss gives you hard time where a client relationships on south were a classmate teach has gone the wrong way gone sideways or students gone off the rails were or your family member struggle. We all have tough things that on life and the question is how long you carry that with you an esa you inside and and for me. I don't believe in balance which we didn't talk about. But i believe in being present because i don't today's complicated. I mean i still have a daughter in college. Two teenage daughters not sell. You like if you really think about how much time you have with them like true time. So morning's chaos miles. I mean they're doing the hair makeup. Someone's got the shirt on the cereal spills and run through the door. And it's raining and what you know it's a we're just my wife and i just talked about the ncaa tournament to survive this..

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"oneil" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"In the world including the philadelphia seventy sixers knee nba and the new jersey devils devils in the nhl. The seventy sixers have been named of the top fifty cultures in the us by entrepreneur magazine. Three times been named a best place to work in philadelphia and named the best place to work in pennsylvania as well. He earned his bachelor's degree in marketing from villanova and his mba from the harvard. Business school he served on the boards on boards including the march of dimes. He is the author of the wonderful new book. That i told you about already. Be where your feet are. Seven principles to keep you present rounded and thriving. He resides in pennsylvania. Probably probably not surprisingly given monday morning told you with his wife. Lisa his daughters alexa hero. And eliza who oversee the family's charitable organization give and be happy scott. It's a pleasure to have you glad you're here though. I cannot say how side. imdb here love love. The podcast loved the work. You do. i'm going to do my best to stay remarkable well. I don't think i appreciate that. And i don't think it's going to be a problem. I really don't So okay. I've i gave people the short version of your story. So they know a couple of the pieces of your story. But you know you probably. I don't know before you went to villanova when you were ten years old. You probably didn't think. I'm going to run a sports and entertainment company so like tell us just a little bit about the journey. That wound alleged. What you're doing now. Sure as a ten year old. I plan on being a point guard for the new york knicks. So that was. I was very well. Okay we're about the same age. So walt reading. My air was a hair longer net. So it was it was struck robinson and martin webster some louis or in a good friend ernie graham folks And a little. Bit of bernard jane came in there too so i had a not not a winning team but team. I absolutely fell in love. I thought a man know they could use ahead point guard right now so i need to work on my lead so that was. That's what childhood like i. I grew up in this wonderful home with incredible parents who are leadership development trainers and so. My dad has hd in psychology. My mom time had a masters in education now state and so it was a laboratory for them and for us In nitro every day with my focus. On telling me that. I could do anything and i could accomplish anything and to dream big and there there was no amount too tall. And you know you have the skills you can get there with little hardware. Don't don't let anyone put a ceiling on you so it was a pretty wonderful way to grow up in. I didn't have the smoothest java than we grew up in somewhat We'd have a lot of needs when i was growing up the nice way to set I'm but he even at such a blessing. I grew up. My my next door neighbor was long haul truck driver In an my folks making making it a lot bigger so i went from you know a lot of puffed rice in in powdered milk country clubs and then and then back again. So i i. I've seen the spectrum as a as a young person growing up. You don't understand what you don't have because you don't have it. Nobody you know has it right..

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Arizona reports 250 new COVID-19 cases, 14 new deaths on Sunday

The Think Tank with Mike ONeil

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona reports 250 new COVID-19 cases, 14 new deaths on Sunday

"Department of Health Services out with new coronavirus numbers this morning. As of this morning, there have been 250 additional positive cases, bringing the number of positive cases to 205,766 there 14 additional death of as of this morning that brings the total number of deaths to 5221.

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More than 1 million acres burned as firefighters brace for new lightning storm

The Think Tank with Mike ONeil

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

More than 1 million acres burned as firefighters brace for new lightning storm

"Over in California. Thousands of firefighters desperate to contain dozens of wildfires currently raging throughout that state. Red flag warnings issued for most of Northern California today, his officials raised to raise containment in the face of dangerous weather. Another round of lightning strikes expected today, ramping up the danger for firefighters. Nearly 12,000 strikes in the past week responsible for sparking hundreds of fires like these are a real concern. He is extreme. The smoke is incredibly thick. Crews working to put him out before the weather here gets

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"The back. All right now that we have some time. What do you want to do seven minutes in heaven? How about this? Why don't I ask you questions about science? How? Would you wanna do with our alone dime? Marriage News. All right for this week's bell brains. That's what we're going to be talking about. Is Science so are you ready? Never never ever for science never ever for science, but this isn't the hardest science ever okay. First question. What's the center of an atom called? Oh, my gosh. To Center of an atom. And Adam that it's a cell right. Is Not a cell. In the body right, an atom is everything. Oh. Everything is composed of atoms. How many guesses joy get! I, mean you can have three fine. A pair say. To Center of an atom. Center of an atom I mean aren't Adams tightening? Yep they sure are. Gosh the center of an atom. Bacteria and no. Dang! Of An atom. Neutron Whoa, that's really close, but that is not a ding it. A neutron is contained in the in the center of an atom. But at the center of the atom is called. Do you WanNa Guess Proton That's also contained in the center of the atom. In the center of the atom is called the nucleus. I knew that. Did you, but did you really? Okay question number two. What type of scientists study flowers and plants? Play dollars just. Not a flower, Allah. Gist. No. ECHO. Okay so those people are called ecologists, but that's not what they are. And they steady plants steady flowers implants Are they called Bryan Danielson. Do. You give up. Oh, my Gosh! Sweet days. Yes, I give up, okay. They are botanists. Oh my Gosh! I knew that you didn't know that I know that you knew that I knew that you knew that because we're kind of makes me giggle. Sounds like a colt or something, but I love it. Okay, final question the easiest question I probably should've asked us when I give you a little bit of of courage hope yeah. What instrument does the scientist used to look at very small objects a microscope? You. Wanted a microscope and actually by telescope? Yeah, I do remember that I tell people that story all the time. Although I was just thinking about this the other day is that how where a telescope ends is where microscope begins, and it's just one giant continuum. So what you're saying is actually did get you a microscope. No you did not. Microscope has a very. Specific thing and you got me the opposite thing. Next Christmas okay. I'm going to get Nicole. CHEATER.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"Lay the foundation, and then you have different forms protests like Colin. Kaepernick taking a knee. So. Many people politicize that you know. They made it more about the military or the disrespectful to the flag than they did actual issue. which same issue that we're talking about here two years later. When we raise the fist. You know that was an issue. When we sat at lunch counters. That was an issue, so we sit him. We talk about what's. Appropriate what's not appropriate? The only people that are uncomfortable of those that are in the majority when those majority are pushed in product that's where the violence comes in I've never seen it. Lesbian Gay community protests that turned out into looting I've never seen a women's right movement and approach into looting and violence. Never minds are forty three years of living, but every single time there's an issue about race. It always turns violent, or it's portrayed to turn violent, and that's simply because there's a lot of hurt in these communities, and until America White. America wants to address that hurt. Sweeping on a rug, say all slavery was so long ago, or you know civil rights. Movement was so long ago. It really was you know. We're still in the civil rights movement. You Know Michael J. Set best in the Sando comedy you know like we've had so many different movements like the civil rights movement. We just want people to be treated us like civilians you know, and now here we are talking about black lives matter. And then people politicize that and turn it into all lives, matter and blue lives matter dog live. mattering cat lies better well You know like you said in stand up. Is the equivalent of your wife I'm home. Do you love me and? Your responses. I love all people you know. brought. Couch once. You say something like that. But that's that's the equivalent of what happens when you turn something that's supposed to have a meaning behind them politicizing. It's it's so true. It's so true well, Titus! Thank you so much. I want you to know that we're all rooting for you and we better see on Sp. stage holding up that award because in my eyes, there's no better being that deserves it, but before we wrap up, I mean because I'm going to be a new mom. Embrace going to be a mom of two, which by the way she's freaking out. Do you have any daddy advice for US Alabama I'm very scared. I think is very natural for anybody to be scared. You know the first thing. I always pray for my son's. Healthy. Babies because I've seen so many people around me to have had. Children that have had issues, disabilities or whatever. The best advice that I can say this level. You know love, those kids, man and You know they will I mean my son's they I I love them every time I come home. It's like whenever to in four. It's always a big embrace, but they're not afraid. They never have been afraid of getting the painting because I just I don't feel like I need to do that. They're Buddha's fears to disappoint me. You know and my biggest spirits conspiracy disappoint them. That's why Kerry myself the way that I do this Dr Stay out of certain situations and so does. Live a life for them, and not through them. You know some you get some people that want to force their kids to play sports play sports, or they want to force the kids to be an attorney. W superstar because they did let them be who they are just love them. Love them through the good lovin through the bat, and on the other side of it Manic Brio have two beautiful human beings to share the world with and. Eighty finally how that I, a human being that you'll be able to put out into the world. I'm excited about both of you. I know they're going to be smallest but AKI S. Are Baby has a bigger closet than artem. I just can't help it. Nicole good I know it's bad, but. I'M GONNA sprinkle lot of love and disciplined with that. Don't worry. Discipline exactly they. They're grateful for it as they get older, they I feel like. They crave boundaries. They crave the rules we all know. Their user structures, owners and we all need this. Definitely agree and it's. It's been fun to watch your boys grow because I remember the first time I met him, they were so little back stage, and now I see them on Instagram I'm like no way. It's crazy. It blows. They are beautiful. They both should be modeled borough. Such sweet, sweet man, you have such sweet boy did a good job and thank you for just being so brave and courageous in using your voice. You have been a role model to so many people, but also to Nicole nine. That's why we really wanted to on our podcast. Because we've been learning a lot from you and you've given us a lot of courage in, so thank you for that and our moms you by the way so you know. You are more. Isn't. She was like you. Guys are having titus in your podcast. Yes, she mentioned it to me. I my mom is like you're brought up every few days. So Johnny Watch out. Tom Talks made us alive. or Go, you got a couple more months than you guys both will be bombs and mom again, so the best of luck with that, and I, know will be spoiled as they also they much I can. Probably. Stop all ready. All right. Thank you so much. This week Bella brains hosted by my Hubby wwe superstar Daniel Bryan. Thank you be glad to be back for another edition of Bella brains,.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"All the time we got to learn how to become the greatest people in the world, and all starts with the individual choice, and so much choice has always been, and will always be to make sure that people love their appreciated. They treated with dignity I wouldn't give anybody anything. That I wouldn't give my own kids to eat. I wouldn't give him any COGAN that I wouldn't have bomb kids. Where and When you understand that that the hurt that goes along with some of the stuff that we see on a day-to-day basis that has had a blind eye turned to for years. Now I'm glad to see entire world. The bogus zone America out. We're going to deal with this hour. WE'RE GONNA change. The justice will there be justice system reform whether it be police department reform, but also as I said. We cannot focus on changing other people when we don't focus on our own house. So that's a challenge to every single organization. Inc Out there whether it's Nike Reebok. Under armour WWe NHL, NFL the list goes on and on. We all have to take a look at ourselves and say okay. Are we really truly advancing those of color in our business? We celebrate them in a proper way, and if we don't know how to celebrate them in A. A proper way and don't be so egotistical that you think you have all the answers that you not willing to get those answers, and that's where I. Think a lot of companies now have to ask. Our talent will have to ask those at around us. We'll have to ask other organizations to come in and kind of help us. with our platforms and with our structure but the NFL has to do it NBA has to do it. Has To do it. It's amazing to me how sports and entertainment you guys know that you still up. Reno's all around the world, and not one time. Have you gone into a hospital I've gone into a hospital? My says Oh. That black WWe superstar where there goes those stanic girls got their names this and that it's eight or go to Bella twins. Titus O'Neal s the way we need to start. Acknowledge everybody as a whole is people as human beings, characters and people that we fall in love with because their human side and. I'm excited you know on really excited I hope I. Don't get let down as now once again by the justice system. I hope that these guys that committed these crimes against George Floyd against Brianna, Taylor against the list goes on and on cases that need to be reopened and they reexamined i. hope that all those victories because we're accustomed in the black community, all gets raised protests with name everybody saying Oh, I have your attention and then one year later the court. Court date happens. The verdict comes out not guilty, and now all of his as a completely different restart so continue using your platform guys to just put out messaging speaking truth, you know if you see something, say something, don't be silent about anything and be authentic in your message, and your fans will will love you more for but more importantly your love yourself more for it because you don't what you can make this whole world, a better place, but specifically here American. Guys. Love that everyone goose Moraine old time. You Know I. Agree with you and that's why I want to be such a huge part because I don't want the black community to be, let down because this has happened far too long and I'm truly hope and seeing the world be behind this. I feel like finally. We are going to have change and I hope and pray that we don't let you guys down, agree and. I said this before on the podcast to it starts at home. Titus is apparent I'm apparent Nicole you're going to be a mom soon and parents. You guys are your kids for teachers. You're the first ones to shine love and light on your children. They learn everything from the household, and it's our duty as parents to have. Our children understand what racism is to understand kindness to understand what we all are in were all one and you know? My daughter's three years old and we have conversations, and so at any age you can have these conversations with your kids. It's so important and you know wanting titus. I really wanted to pick your brain about that kind of drives me crazy on social media. Is just sometimes the misconception of people with the protest because I see so many of my friends and my family going the protest and their own peaceful and beautiful, but then the media tries to make it like it's angry and out of control and wild, and you've been at so many protests lately. Can you kind of give a little just like lighter listeners of kind of what these protests are like if they can't make it out there? Some of them are more spirited in invoice than others You have some silent protests. We had a silent protest on just on yesterday. We had about six hundred people there, and it was beautiful. It was a great opportunity for the university community to come together and I've seen it on the other round. where it's been peaceful. It's been loud. We'd be people with signs. You know you have people with bullhorns and etc and my main thing is. The nineteen sixties and seventies 'cause they kinda.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"Show Titus O'Neil. Were so excited to have you on the show for so different reasons for listeners, we actually get to see titus his face right now and when you're a wd were like a big family, so. This covid nineteen situation actually see your face on zoom. It's so good to see you. So long been forever. Though you guys are getting ready to have a baby in two months I can't believe last time I saw you were skin, isn't he? Drains? It's crazy when in the WWe world when we don't see each other weekly just how fast time can go by. Believe, it's. When you go back to the backstage, it's like groundhog's Day it like same when we went back there when we got no like inducted for the hall of fame. I, told Brian. I'm like I. Feel like you never skip a beat here. It's always the same state. Yeah, it really is well. WanNa. Get into the really amazing stuff and the first thing that I would love to talk about is. Titus your nomination for the Muhammad Ali's sports humanitarian award I mean look. I have chills is absolutely amazing. Know that we are rooting for you to win it, but one thing that I've always been in all with you. Is Your philanthropy what you have done for your community? As you know Brian I have talked about how being on the road, we're on the road over three. Three hundred days a year at wwe and we're just were rarely ever home, but titus since I've ever known you. He goes home and not only is he an amazing father to to incredible boys? They're men. Now. Man Pictures I. Yes, that's true I still think of them as boys, but you give every minute you have to your community and I find that so inspiring. To be more like that but I. Just wanted to congratulate you on that nomination. Yes, congratulations so well deserved Req- yeah, I'M A I'm a benefactor of people invested in me when I had nothing to gain in return as a kid. You know as.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"When he just saw darkness, he was like Oh, my gosh, but then it was funny to see everyone's comments on twitter because I was. was like, wouldn't you? If you're going to tour castle, you keep your champagne glass one hundred percent. If you watch everything arm and I just did not put donors champagne glasses. Even when he was proposing to me when he got down on one knee, really I didn't even know what he's. Go back, and it's so funny, but like Oh! HOW NERVOUS! He was when he had his talk, and he has my red lipstick on his lips and. It was just really magical. And that orchestra by the way was from Paris, they were incredible. They dubbed in music. That was like I. Don't know I think it sounded like I, played it, but artem he had them learn one of our songs, and it was unforgettable by French Montana and Swahli. And that's what they were playing when I walked, and they played such maisy music like I was my oh, bad for them, because I'm like Oh man this orchestra to play their own music for the show, but you guys. They were incredible. Why I'm hoping that. Maybe there's some way we could showcase them on the youtube channel or do something, but it was just so awesome, and then how much we all danced in their like they show that the dinner was incredible that castle. If you get an opportunity to go to Burgundy, France, well known that cow, so was the purpose of it. Is they built it actually for winemaking, we were all so fascinated by the history, and it's crazy because the guy who owns it now is really into like collecting I think cars and airplanes, so you kind of see him. Scattered around knows really interesting, yeah, it was very interesting, but very magical, and I truly feel like the luckiest girl in the world to get an engagement like that wind to have family. There was just nice. All of it, and it was just so unexpected and I just I feel so grateful to have it all on tape. You know what I mean. Oh definitely and I have to say I cannot believe tomorrow night is the season finale of total balas and everyone gets to find out your gender finally, but we before you go there. How about when I fell down the stairs? Yet, but they didn't get a really see that I now I got the. I got the perfect. But I didn't drop champagne I was. I was very proud of myself. But before you get more night, we have to talk about the end of the episode. We found out you were pregnant and how that's right. You know I've been carrying this baby for. Over seven months now, so I totally forgot about that. You know it's funny because I did a youtube video talking about this, but you guys have been on this crazy journey with me on total Balas and I saw a lot of people socially were just like you know. Does it suck for breeze? Unborn child how much she didn't want a second kid, and then she ends up getting pregnant and how shocked she was. Was and this is how I look at things I was not ready to be a mother to two I'm Brian. And I both have these crazy careers. We couldn't get our hands on our careers and our marriage and parenting. We didn't have the balance, and it's really taken us a while to Kinda. Not only find the balance because I hate always saying balanced balanced balance, but just how to juggle it all and. Finally realizes I had to put my career number three number four my marriage, my family is number one and then I start to prior toys after that prioritize thinking to call I, said that really weird show. I think SEDONA really opened up. Brian, our hearts, and our minds, and it made he, and just connect in a really spiritual deep way that we needed, and I just have to say for any of you guys who been married for a while, or you've been in a position like Brian. I, that you've seen this season total. Balas. Getting professional help helps so much 'cause it's even hard to do that on your own and I am so happy you don't say this. You have to pay for an oil. Check or you have to pay to get your carpets clean air conditioning. Fix You pay for all these things to keep your house going your car moven. We gotTA also sometimes pay to keep the marriage, but you know Brian I told you this, but. Look. All of you listening now when you tune into total Bellas, and probably how you felt about me in this episode, and you're going to have some of these feelings with me on the season finale, but sometimes there comes a point in her life that you know we go back and forth with a certain situation because we can't help what we're feeling, we can't help with. Environment were in or the people that surround us and opinions that they give us. and. This is what I. Told Brian. The end your relationship wasn't ready for the Child Wasn, but God knew that after Sedona he knew that now this is when these can bring a child into your life, and so don't listen to anyone who says like you're poor child, no child. If it came in at the wrong time, it came in when God new. You're ready same with artem and I like you're gonNA. See Tomorrow night on the season finale. I fight a lot of emotions feeling like. Did I get engaged too fast? Like was I own a high and then I get pregnant and I have to say that I. I tend to run from things and. And I fear commitment but I feel like it was God's doing his way of saying like no, you're the perfect place at the perfect time, and this is a gift of showing you the you are exactly where you're meant to be and so I know people have the same opinions about me. Because I've voice a lot. This season I was not ready to have a kid. I am now so ready to be a mom in so excited for it. It's something I've wanted my whole life and God knew this is the perfect time for it, so that's how I feel with your relationship. And your baby and I feel same with mine and I cannot wait. That this is the last time on the podcast that I have to say baby because starting next week. I am going to be using owner. Is it a verb or an adjective non natural? We'd be verb. Oh Garson placer thing, yeah! Shut you now. I mean announ. I wish those brain know. Brian not nearby, bree, not noun pro now. Oh, GOSH! I would have failed Okay Pronoun. By the way the voice of our producer came in so element I didn't even know Pronoun. I will be using the correct Pronoun from here on out and that excites me more than ever because. The feeling since I've known from that gender reveal that draws you. I think a bigger connection of knowing I get to do that with all of you and I just I'm very excited for. I can't actually wait till next week's episode because we are GonNa. Talk so much about it and we're going to talk about names and all these fun things you guys. It's going to be amazing, but we are actually so excited because up next we have. have one of our fellow WWe superstar someone. We have known forever that we've always been mind blown about his drive the way he inspires the way he speaks the way he never stops the way he is an insane dad to chew amazing boys member which I need to make this a drinking game. When she says insane, she means incredible amazing..

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"Yeah, that's scary. Why does say I just entered thirty one weeks and the one symptom that I felt that they say you get starting thirty one weeks the swelling and just retaining a lot of water. I notice. You're wearing your compression. Thoughts. And it's so weird. How mmediately just your face like? When artem took the photo of you and I walk him last night because the sunset. I just looked at that and go. No, no, no, no, no, that's not me. I won't even let them send it to me and I know that sounds so vain, but I couldn't help it be like. Oh, my gosh, like I am seeing changes right now and feeling it I feel it in my cheeks isn't. Talking and you just fill your cheeks like filled with water, just walking I know it's just that part. I'm definitely know like okay think from here on out. It's when it gets really uncomfortable, and that's what the APP I was reading was saying and I'm like. Okay I'm feeling that. Yeah, definitely is, and you definitely have to just like. Go Vanity, because everything just gets more swollen, and you just have to accept it. Bree go a vanity. The minute that I ladies scraped and I saw what was happening down there so much that you won't let arms and your that cute picture. We took last night with the sunset. Well I'll send it to you, but it doesn't need to be posted. How about that? Okay? Now? I think I'm going to post it. Whenever well speaking of Artem I have to say I absolutely loved last week's episode of Total Balas. I think it was really fun to watch the engagement. I was sad because I wanted people to see more France like we were there. For while you know, and there's so many other things that we film that didn't make the show which you know always happens, but it was really fun just to relive the motions to the way. ARTEM set up engagement to see his. His family which I. It made me miss his family. I was like all. Where's mom and dad the saying? Oh, I bet you know I have to say that I feel like this past week's episode definitely should have been two episodes and I know you and I actually tried to fight for that because we filmed so much in France and we got such amazing footage. And I just feel like I'm only being half an episode. You craved more of it, but like now what I love is people know where artem gets his sweetness from his parents are just so incredibly sweet, his brother I mean when artem just started crying, knowing that they were fifteen minutes away. Made me teary eye again and me, too, and it was just I was so happy for him. And you know we had artem go out there. meet his parents without us because we wanted him to have that moment because it had been five years since he saw that and artists family are very close, and so it is hard that they they go almost every five six years, and then they see each other and Artemis goal with our baby is like we wanna make that a yearly thing where we see them not every five years and I, know it would mean a lot artem, but just in the episode seen how cute they were, and then I have to say for me. Seen all of you talk and plan the engagement. It's I mean that's where I'm lucky for reality TV because it really was fun to watch all you is in. Breach. Let's relive the moment where I go upstairs. And you're giving artem the ring which I had no idea that you're the one that flew with the ring. which by the way do you know how much? Day over that. I mean I could imagine now were hit. Diamond kept telling Mama's violence. I'm like okay, so if I go through security like why do you have this diamond? And I? Don't know what you always just think. You're in trouble rate and I was like, do they? Are they going to take it away from me? And then like I don't WanNa lose my backpack or actually leave my backpack somewhere and someone grabs it. There's just. Just, so much. I had to think about flying there. I was like I couldn't wait to give arden the room. And then when you walked into the room, it was the first time in my life. I had no idea what to say. Which is why you and I just had this crazy students, so we have this staredown and I'm just in my head. I remember just thinking. Why is it so awkward right now? Wondering you were hanging. Hungry and I wanted a nap. I was so because what people don't realize is artem and I. That was like day six of France for us, and we did all the business stuff, so artem and I were up morning till night, doing different seminars in wine, tastings and dinners, and it was incredible experience, but by the time you got there. We start filming. Aren't I were very tired and but you know we want to entertain or excited the families there, but I remember leaving that like argument I go in and take a nap. Remember filling all day like that was so weird. Like made me laugh so hard. Because we're just so, but now I know why it was so awkward what I'm like. Why didn't I think of something to say? But I had no idea what to say, and then artem didn't say anything. It was just that you guys were just. So weird and I'm like what it's as if like people were talking about you and you walk in and they don't know what to say. I'm like wow, but so I have to say and then just watching the engagement and. Artem just won't forget that tour because artem was just so nervous and You know as he was talking, and like you know anyone who's listening and you've been proposed to like I. Don't know what comes over your significant other, but like they just get like shaky, and and you're like what's happening right now. Like sometimes. You don't even know if you're gonNA. Break up with you, but artem was just so nervous as he's giving the tour and I'm thinking like it's the tour of a castle. It's my birthday and when he tells me look out the window when he gives me the rose. I laugh because it was pure darkness and I'm like Oh beautiful, but like what and later artem told me he goes. That was a whole vineyard that was supposed to be lit up, and that's why put the rose there because I wanted to show the vineyard and artem said when he goes out, and.

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"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

The Bellas Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"oneil" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast

"Right everyone, so he and I are opening up with some yummy strawberry. Dockery's and we felt this was very appropriate. Since we just all saw the lunar eclipse of the Strawberry Moon how about Nikki and Iron Phoenix right now, and we haven't seen clouds forever, but the day that clouds wanted to come is when the lunar eclipse was happening, so we didn't even get to see it I know I like literally set my alarm for twelve twelve to see the lunar eclipse, and Arizona was filled with clouds, which I was grateful for, but I was like the one day you all WanNa. Show Up I. Know It's one of those things. It's like you WANNA complain because. With the summer heat in Arizona. When you see cloud, you feel like a little piece that maybe they'll be. It'll be a cooler day, so I was like Unicol I was grateful for it, but I'm like really out of all the days you come right, but I have to say. We were so blessed in the evening because we got the most beautiful strawberries sunset, that turned all those clouds into like strawberry colors, and then artem, and I went night swimming, and the send pretty much went down, but it was still light out. And we couldn't see the full moon yet, but the clouds were still super pink and I'm like Oh. It's from the moon. I loved it. Yeah, it was funny. Because Brian I was like. Oh artem Clark Grind. Swimming is like oh I could hear him I'm like. The life of being neighbors no way. Outside shaking the dogs out, and he could hear you guys swimming and I was just like I mean that's so crazy to me, right? It really is I have to say that. The best part about having porn. You know my pulls small, but it's perfect I. don't need anything big. is going swimming naked being pregnant? It is just so freeing for anyone who has been pregnant. You will understand this but like. It's just getting a lot of like. Just my boobs lane on my stomach. My boobs are getting heavier, and it's pushing out on my belly, which is getting heavier. I am in that water, the bubis float up to the top the belly. Eight instead of a effort wherever I'm at the belly fill so you're almost swimming in, you actually forget you're pregnant. I told artem the same thing last night. I go we're. I forget that I'm pregnant and I fill ache. To and not well beyond. That, so we're talking about pregnancy I. Would I really want to talk a lot about this before we recap? Tony is because the last three days. I, I've been hit with anxiety. I have been hit with a lot of realization. I've been really tired. I'm starting. I think hitting Gosh. I'm less than eight weeks out. I'm actually less than seven weeks out, but. I started to watch on TV show on. Netflix I know. It's really it's a cheeky. Little. British comedy called the down. I have not been able to go back to because one of the episodes they're so sleep deprived with their infant, and how they look and how they're acting I was like Oh that was how it was and I'm like wait a second. That's how I'm going to be, but have a toddler and my to Frenchies who are like these to needy babies and I literally Brian I. turned it off halfway through the episode. Because we started to getting Zeitung, we looked at each other and we're like. Oh, my gosh, like it's going to happen to us again and I'm scared. Don't because I haven't done it yet. And this is the one thing all you new moms. Old Mom's whatever MOM's. Old As in like you've had kids for years. what you guys do to me. Is You give me anxiety you every single mom when I know I'm pregnant. It's my first time ago well welcome to no sleeping for the next eighteen years, and I'm like Oh. My Gosh, you talk about lack asleep and it scares me because you know the human body in the brain. Brain. We need sleep to function, and and just do things productively and I'm like am I not going to be productive person anymore. It scares me. I mean I literally woke up last night? In the middle of the night I was probably maybe two hours and I went back to sleep I was lucky. Brian. This morning was like I'll get bird. You just keep sleeping. And when I woke up, really really tired, I almost wanted to start crying because I was like. This isn't even bad like you're only up for two hours of the night and you went back to sleep and your husband. Let you sleep in. I was like it almost brought. Tears is like I'm going to be way more tired than filling today and I know you didn't sleep last night I, didn't I? I don't know if it was the moon and the energy or just I don't know what it was, but my mind would not shut off, not fall into deep sleep. It's one of those nights like you know when you're awake. The whole time like you're kinda sleeping, but you know you're awake and I was just like. 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Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

11:10 min | 2 years ago

Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries

"Gossip Good Morning Good Morning Steve. How're you doing good to be back home glad to whatever you want you know it's open open mic DOC whatever is ready and of course you follow gusts through everybody's followed gusts forever from day one on at the races and got a couple of plays maybe for the weekend gus but some some early thoughts before pre entries as we look Toward Cup it's always talked before pre entries but breath just looking at the races exciting exciting racist to get excited about it I think cameras just said I think the sprint and the dirt mile probably the two right now but I mean we have three solid juvenile's with noon Dennis moment eight rings and and Max Bill which I think three of those are very quality horses and just looking to see how these fields shape up but I mean I'll see you know some great opportunities in those fourteen racist for sure what we haven't obviously we haven't had a chance to talk anything on a consistent basis but what do you like to do when it comes to terms of a ticket structures and and focus in how many how many multi-race wagers which one's the utilize the most I'll tell you what you know you get these big fields I had the most success with exactly is in doubles to tell you the truth sometimes simple the up keep it simple and You get I mean you get a lot of value and those plays with the you know arch fields in and actually pick a couple of wide open races I usually focus on that I do tickets with the you know the picked force and I like to find at least one single maybe to deepen the other one and maybe spread that's what I kind of look forward definitely a single though in the pick four pick five I definitely need one host but I think even the pick threes you know the pick threes are they paid handsomely in the last few years as well but I think people you know who spoke with the exact in the doubles I mean you can get some real value if you if you got a good opinion onto racist back to back you can get paid well and we were in fact last week with Jeff Siegel this came up and when I was asking Jeff about his preparations and when it comes to the a ticket building and and we'll remind everybody that as much time as we spend handicapping the gotta spend a hundred percent the maybe not maybe not practical to spend as much time building the tickets but there's gotta come a point Wednesday Thursday where you you've got a pretty good idea of of the horses you're going to key around take a break from I'm from the handicapping and put pen to paper and write down the your perspective wagers and budgeted out and and you know take a look at the you know once we get the announcement I think it's on the twenty third by the way runs day the twenty third will be the race order official order announcement the Breeders Cup has a tendency to the tinker with it based on on the way the field size shape up you know look at that structure highlight the spots where you've got your strongest opinion and then back up on either side of those strong opinions if you're a mother erased player and you know we keep suggesting you know if you if you typically pick four player okay fine you're going to play your series of fake force but this is where you take a step back to and play more pick threes and the doubles and I I I think it's advice that I try to drive home every single u a year that you you don't WanNa have some of your best ideas the horses that end up winning that you had a good feel for an and then you didn't cash because there's some upset in the third or fourth leg of a pick four and you you didn't leverage your good idea as strongly as you might have oh I totally agree with that you know like you said once the the race orders come in just pick your spots we have your strongest opinions and then you go from there I mean that's I mean horse players nightmare there were your your ten to one shot twelve the one shot comes in and then you're single maybe a three to one shot you know doesn't come in the last leg and you didn't have anything on on on your your strongest opinion the price that's that's tough pill does Walla sometimes no doubt gusts will obviously you know get a chance to direct people toward you and and the analysis at at Brisbane that and Talk Again Cup Week maybe you know pick out a a a spot that you know the to discuss what what he did complain of of late how much keeneland action you taking it definitely on the weekends for sure and dabbling a little bit during the week I mean some great racing the weather's been fantastic and big fields they're coming to an end here this weekend but got a couple of plays today actually Keelan let me here let me let me see got hold on I got the where's where's my keeneland Friday Thursday AK with Saturday I keep the Friday about what's going on down believable there's so much there's so many things here did you play Gulfstream yesterday by the way did you play the pick five thing a little bit I did I did and got knocked out pretty early believe it or not you would not price horse which is Kinda it'll happen yeah oh yeah it was over quick so it's pretty full paid well for me though for the for the amount of low prices that were that were at three was a signal and the third leg so I know it's funny that that was the that was the horse that gave the opportunity to to to tip toe to turn it into a pick four but yet I do get the sense a lot of people got tripped up either on the in the first leg or the last leg where the two spots we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get the one side of the other well let's talk about Qinglin go ahead what are you got today seven just my best friend today force MS coming out of the Woodbine Mile Bill Seventy eight to one mile with a chaining hill started the outside somehow he he maneuver beautifully coming into the turn but down the stretch is totally got shut off had nowhere to go I thought he had nice I made a move just didn't have enough to go this horse has been running good all year up at Woodbine five draws the five here which is which is ideal nine to two is very fair price is a loaded racist could be a stakes race disallowance this allowance race but I like plot I think he's going to get a good trip there's enough speed in front where he's going to be right in stock and right behind I mean he's faced some nice horses I think this is the time to to get in this at somewhere of now ninety two would it be beautiful if we can get that and I think we will because you know the outside you have a few horses that are going to take some money especially Colin Road for for Michael Maker Jose Ortiz that was gonNA take somebody coming out of ah graded great three but ms I think is the wholesome and a key on all over in in starting reporter and race seven and Connor Murphy for whatever reason Connor Murphy does not does not draw money and wins I mean he wins plenty does a good job interesting to see Mark Glatt come to keeneland souter shows up here yet pick source interesting ski Churchill last time kind of finished pretty decent but it's a nice horse was nice races earlier in the year so and you got Roselle Rosario on board into feature the feature very nice race today again the the greatest Devali view fulfilled I think by horses winter sunset four eight to one on the morning line think might get a couple of clicks down I mean she's versatile I don't know if she wants to go nine furlongs I think she kinda flattens out at nine furlongs the mile amount of sixteenth which is I think this is her her best distance coming off a win at Indiana ground at any grant she's got a nice post and she's just a nice trip there there's some speed lined up to the inside I think she can get I run and I mean the twelve is going to be flying late this lady the prince a lot for Baltistan she's eight to one I think she comes down from that I can see here making a big move middle of course coming down the lane but winterson that's it for me eight to one would be great I think she gets I run on on on the closers and should sit a nice trip there again for channing hill it's now and Bhartiya earlier to Mardi landed on winter sunset yeah I'm not sure what the price I think she might down from Chad you've got to chat horses that are Ya Chad takes money like you you saw yesterday focus group was was really over bet yeah I like him but it's too crazy I'll tell you what I have a bomb in the second race so a bomber I'm GonNa take just fly the one horse abstinent for Ian Wilkes make third start first time on on the turf going to turns Bravo Bravo couple of wins from six starts the meat this horse broke the last couple of times I starts his career broke out think the inside post and Bravo might be able to as well she's fifteen to one in the morning line you might get fifteen twenty to one hundred Meta take a flyer on her and also gotTa pick for tonight at down coming

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Have you saved enough for retirement?

The think Tank with Mike ONeil

06:12 min | 2 years ago

Have you saved enough for retirement?

"The universal question. The universal concerns were talking about today. Have I saved enough for retirement? And will I out live my savings Phyllis? These are questions just about everybody has going into retirement. The good news is there are some basic ingredients in the formula to help address these questions, and when we talk about those basic ingredients for your retirement plan. We're talking about things like income and growth, and protection and liquidity Phyllis. You mentioned protection we have to do more than just build up our savings and then start to take money out of it in retirement, we have to protect it as well. So what are some of those tools? We can use. Use to protect our savings. So protecting your savings one tool that that you can use today, and I don't like to necessarily get into tools, and and have people feel like I'm promoting it. But but it annuity can be a good tool for that. And there are several different types. The right annuity can be a tool because no matter what's going on in the market, you you're not going to lose your principle. It depends when you're going to need that money how liquid you need it. And if you need it for income, but that can be very good tool. If you just need income, another good tool believe it or not could be a strong dividend portfolio. Stock portfolio now understand that I said if you're going to need it for liquidity, I can't guess where the principal's going to be in a given day of the market. But, but if you've got a strong portfolio of good dividend paying stocks, we can expect that we're going to get those dividends. If you need it for income that could be a real good tool. If people are comfortable with rental income. Okay. They understand the real estate market. They they're not uncomfortable managing themselves are even hiring affirm that steady income if they know how to buy right can be another source of good ROI in good, stable income. Those are just a few of it used to be that you could build a really good bond ladder to me. Maybe you can do some short term bond plays. But I'm not a big proponent right now. With interest rates kind of undecided. Never say never. I might throw it in there. But because it can throw up some income. But but your principle can go down with that. We've got to be careful they're going to be liquid and fluid on that end. So so we're looking for some income and protection. What are we trying to protect if we're trying to protect income for life? There are some really good annuities out that that lasts until death. Do you part for both you and your spouse oftentimes can give you some healthcare benefits that could be something that we want to look at and none of these for all your money. No tool is the silver bullet for an income plan. Please. And the others dividend producing stocks. We're looking for if we're looking for income, maybe bones. Maybe some real estate thrown in the different tools. How do we decide we figure out how much we need when we need it? And we explained the pros and cons and strings attached of each of those investments, those tools, and we help you to figure out where you most comfortable, we build a plan accordingly Phyllis. Let's talk about another one of these basics in our retirement plan, one of the basic goals NATs liquidity. Now that seems to me very different from the tools that we're going to want to use to protect our income and to protect our savings. What are some of the tools if we need an element of liquidity in our plan? So that that's a real. I'm really conservative here. I believe everybody needs an absolute takeout. And I. Interest rates are very low. But I think everybody needs some money in some type of money market or a line of equity on their home. If it's paid up with not paying anything for that. But they can write that off and have easy access money. I'm not a big believer. If it's for the quitting that you're going to put that money in stocks or even a bond because those principles can go down. Sometimes you can do a shorter term new itty or you can have enough money in in the annuity that the free withdrawals that they offer. We know it can't go down to the market will provide us enough. But we got to be really really careful there and liquidity is a funny thing, you know, you've worked your entire life, and you deserve some peace of mind, and everybody's going to be different about what is peace of mind for them in retirement. And as long as you're not ridiculous. We can't get enough income. We want to build a plan where you know, maybe have a little bit. Liquid account. That's not earning enough. But you still have a great income and you sleep better at night. Have it around for emergencies? But we've got a us safe vehicles. Very safe vehicles understand the pros and cons strings attached. To those to a good rule of thumb is is you really shouldn't have. And it's always different but more than retirement more than six months of what your bills are in a really liquid liquid account. That's a good rule of thumb, but it's not hard. It's not set in stone. Everybody's different. These are the things that we really hash out when we sit down. It's getting to know you what's important to you. And showing you the reality of what's important to you. That's the retire fit analysis part part science will show you the real numbers. But but we gotta design in around where you're comfortable. Everybody has different risks homes. Everybody has a different situation. And it's so important that we take that into a. Account as we build a plan

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Trump tweets about Amazon taxes

The Think Tank with Mike ONeil and Mike Russell

01:42 min | 4 years ago

Trump tweets about Amazon taxes

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago when amazon had just a few warehouses he got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax in every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales tax on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are as talking about post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate and even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts see that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed get in your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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Trump family attends Easter service in Florida

The Think Tank with Mike ONeil and Mike Russell

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Trump family attends Easter service in Florida

"From abc news i'm richard cantu labor pains in oklahoma more than forty thousand public school teachers and support staff plan to strike tomorrow teacher pay went up almost sixty one hundred dollars in the latest state budget but david of the oklahoma education association says education spending overall has been cut twentyeight percent over the past decade this is about having teachers with the resources to meet the needs of every individual students maximize their gifts and make them successful in like only mississippi has averaged teacher pay lower than oklahoma on his way into church in west palm beach florida president trump explained is easter sunday tweets accusations and a threat against mexico and democrats mexico's not stopping people and drugs from entering its territory and going into the us dangerous says president trump mexico has got to help this at the border go outside the florida church he reiterated easter tweets coming in because they want to take advantage of dot com we're going to have to really see that a great chance the democrats mr trump tweeted a threat to scrap nafta calling it mexico's cash cow chuck sivertsen abc news us farmers stand to bear the brunt of china's retaliatory tariffs on more than one hundred twenty us products bird flicking a business consultancy strategic resource group china has a huge shortage of food which has become somewhat better by better production in china i yet china's found other sources of importing food other than america which had been china's number one source china retaliating against us tariffs on imports of chinese steel and aluminum defunct chinese space station the size of a bus is expected to plunge back to earth tonight right now and these things can change it appears the station will come down in the pacific ocean far south of hawaii highly unlikely anyone on the ground will be hit you're listening to abc news arizona's news station news station on air ninety two three fm online at ktar dot com and streaming live on the ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now here news time is four zero two i'm julie.

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