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Capitol official says he never received National Guard request
"The acting Capitol Police chief Yoga Nana Pent men told a House committee today. Her agency requested military aid six times in the first hour of the insurrection. NPR's Claudio Chrysalis reports, lawmakers are zeroing in on why it took so long for the National Guard to arrive, the acting chief said her agency head called top security officials a half dozen times for military aid to help fend off the rioters. There's evidence that some of those who stormed the capital were organized There's also evidence that a large number where everyday Americans who took on a mob mentality because they were angry and desperate. You've been on the pit, Mintz said. Former chief Stephen Son's phone records show he started by calling then House security chief Paul Irving before 1 P.m.. Irving did not request the guard until an hour later and told lawmakers he did not get sons. Early call. The guard did not arrive until hours later, clouding the Cetus. NPR NEWS
Fresh update on "one hour" discussed on KDWN Programming
"We're I'm doing something for Fox Network's something for the channel to get the word out to different carriers of Fox News Channel and of Fox Nation and a Fox business are doing with Kennedy who's supposed to be joining me on this show. And because we're lucky enough to now have an affiliate in Las Vegas, starting in 2019 and a great one of that k d. W N is open up their doors to us is just outside this trip about 20 minutes. On what a 111.5 FM and 7:20 a.m. so we're able to take this show on the road have some great facilities. John Shaper really set us up. So we have a great roster against including Michael Goodwin lined up in the bottom of the hour. We'll be taking calls. 18664087669 was gonna remind you, You've got to subscribe to iTunes and you could just sign up to get one hour free and then hopefully you'll sign up for the next two. Go to iTunes. Brian Kilmeade show dot com So let's get started. Now with the stories you.
The Power of Audio with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh
"Historically it's becoming more and more accessible but how can audio be more accessible so when we started audio your we analyzed. How come we as a personal fans of podcasts in your content and radio content as well thought that there's always all the answer that you want and all the content exists out there. How come he doesn't pick up on the internet. The hukou doesn't pick up on the new digital world and age the same as text and video n. there were several challenges that we've analyze and found them that what we've built around in order to solve his that audio in many aspects is not very easily discoverable. So you can't search audio. You can't came on your. You can't share argue a lot of the times. The audio content was one hour or forty. Five minute long of podcasts or radio show now is very accessible. You can't search for it. You can't look for specific clip or area that you'd like to listen instead of listening fully immersed into the whole show and you couldn't share any of it so what we've done in audio versus that we've built an ai engine that listens to vast amount of audio content. Have it be podcasts. Radio online videos that pretty much became slide with the audio content behind it and in an essence does three actions wanted analyzed it and cut it into short clips so we were able to take a long form show and cut it into the individual items that conversations the topics the questions that happened within it allowing users to get into specific point than sample what they're looking for the second is that we've index each clip that the we call burst we've added as much as possible transcriptions keywords entities source time a mood analytics number of speakers. There's plenty of dimensions that we've added to each clip like that so we'll be able to find it afterwards when the user can't and then we've added that delivery mechanism. Api layer and then on top of it as decay an imitable player for the web and libraries for and android to allow the different products and the different places where users are today to add an embiid audio layer to their products the main essence and misses that we wanted to do an auburn while making acceptable is making it extremely easy for products to add an audio layer and our dimension to what they're offering to their clients and to their users instead of asking the uses to come look for audio summer to come download an app or look for it online. We said no. I want the to be able to listen to their podcasts. Within the running up on the websites to be able to add the audio interview of the person mentioned within the article in the article itself and available that way. We're working on integration with podcasts. Search and audio playlist to be added to automotive to oem's and tier one. So when we drive. I want the or your car to greet you. Good morning. Allen here's the Traffic report and here's what happened in the news. And by the way. I know that you asked about tesla stock last night. Now i'm sorry a couple of days ago here is a couple of Analyst talking about it. That i've found over the night while you were sleeping. That kind of mechanism makes audio is easy and accessible to users wherever they are whenever they are just a touch away or command away or click away and that's the mission that we've done in august and it's quite the future picture. Frankly it's happening today. Alan i gotta tell you so. No no i know. I know it's it's amazing to me. I know you've you've been spending a ton of time building the tech in the meta data structures to make that possible and you talked about a few of the potential customers or ecosystem that you operate in like the news aggregate or the even the automotive industry. Can you go a little deeper for me. Like tell me a little bit more about like where audio burst operates today and like what are some additional use cases where you see your technology fitting in happy to one you remember. We started this conversation with you calling me crazy so i still need to convince you whether you know or futuristic or it's happening today. We were lucky enough happy enough to have multiple great partners invest in our company and work with us hand in hand to build this future. Earth with juristic thing. So you'll see among our investors for example samsung and hyundai and denso giants from the mobile and consumer electronics through the automotive and media world. That have joined with us in this effort to make this happen and that was an incredible. That is an incredible journey for us to do. Other birds today is live and via our player in. Api's and as decays in our have added all your to mobile apps such as flipboard the news break to websites of variety sizes of styles of and topics verticals with our impeccable player. And i think on the automotive that you said sounds of fridge ristic we have a few not live yet but few sees that we're working with leading oem's fortunately i'm not allowed to disclose on unique playlists to be added to their infotainment system to search engine behind voice activation. So you'll say hey name your Favorite car what's the latest on president by then or what's going on with the dallas cowboys or howled the markets of behaving today and you know the for time-to-time some of the existing voice activation will give you a robotic answer. A some clipper what auburn is offering them to dan. The what we're doing with them is the will provide you with the latest clip from professionally produced provider of the content from experts in the media world from the analysts from the best radio stations. Or podcast that will really give you an answer that you'll enjoy listening to that. You can stay focused on that you can listen for you know a few minutes of enrichment content while you dr. So and companies that were working with that are adding the sinking ability into smart earbuds. So you can do it in your car when you jog on when you run either from your app from earbud itself. These are exciting times. I can tell you. In the beginning. It took companies and customers of our some time to adapt and understand the message that we've done but twenty twenty really opened their eyes and saw how much the uses are dying to get talk content and podcasts and user errors. The case every brandon every company out there all of a sudden can become an audio media world and audio media provider. Because they don't need to be worrying about that layer they just add this became we handle everything for them and delight their users. It's pretty. I mean it's amazing. What the infrastructure that you've built behind the scenes if you will of these different applications at frankly proliferation i guess of where it could show up. I mean some amazing amazing platform that you're building from online news sites to encourage experiences to while on the go to your point. I mean i think that is the power of audio is that it can pretty much follow you throughout your day without interrupting. Whatever it is that you need to be doing at that moment in time or where you need to be going. that's amazing.
Fresh update on "one hour" discussed on WJR Programming
"In. And But my house has this at each end of the house up near the roof, you know, on the outsides the gable end vents. Yeah, I was told by somebody I think that those should be Plugged up if you have the rich test is that correct? Typically, yes. What can happen? And again every roost a little different, and we count on professionals for this, But when you've got the gable end events, those air right at the peak and either end what can happen is depending on where the winds are coming from one becomes the intake. The other becomes the exhaust. And all you do is ventilate the upper third of the air in the attic. And you don't fully event from the bottom to the top in the attic. That makes perfect sense. Yeah, it's kind of like plugging up a couple of holes in a straw, right? They call it stratified ventilation. You're you're venting a layer instead of The total volume of the attic, huh? I mean that those those vents got to be maybe 2 ft, down from the peak so that air comes in their heads right to the ridge vent everything below that's not getting vented properly. You can leave them in place and just put a piece of quarter inch plywood on the back side of him with a good construction, he said, and shut him off. So they still look good. They're still there. Don't have enough a a time. Thank you so much for your costs. Are you hear the music? We gotta go to break. Okay. Hey, Appreciate appreciate your call. You know what? Another company that next Saturday Chuck could ever one hour show right afterwards? A lot of fun and a lot of our listeners from the open county area we've been given. We've been referring pro home improvement. Get rid of those ice dams and get rid of the house uglies. Once again. The speck side with the inside outside guys is brought to you by pro home improvement..
Choosing the Right Podcast Format
"Right. How to format your podcast. Why do you need the format your podcast. Why are these questions that keep coming because every time we get started before you ready to hit record on your show. There's some simple choices that you have to make that outline the format of your show these choices give your show the structure it needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. What do i mean. Well imagine this that some weeks show is two minutes and others. It's two hours and sometimes the show was funny. Sometimes it's serious and sometimes they talk about expert topics and sometimes they're just doing comedy all day. You wouldn't know why you're tuning into that show. You wouldn't know why you should listen. You wouldn't have a reason to go there every week now. There are a few people that get away with. This are the celebrities in their game. They can afford to do a variety show but for most of us for most of you starting podcast today. that don't already have that built in audience. You have to be more specific. You have to give your show and identity that people understand when they are searching for you get to give them a reason to tune in every week that they can count on that consistency matters. So these choices you have to make about your show. We'll give it structure the structure and needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. These are the first questions most people ask when starting. When i'm giving some coaching advice. I have people talked about how to start their podcast when i when i coached him on how to launch. When i'm doing that these are always first questions. Come up they come up on. Discovery calls the come up an actual podcast coaching sessions. That i'm running. And i'd like to just get them out of the way here. If it helps you get started awesome so the reason that most people ask these questions because they're like well i've seen so many different examples of which shows are out there what you know. I don't know which one to pick him. What would be the best one that would suit me. So that's what we're going through this today. So here are the three kind of bigger groupings of things. We'll talk about. We'll talk about the bill of this show. We'll talk about the flow of the show. And we're gonna talk about the production of it right. These are the things that would you know that form the basic show format so. Let's talk about the bill. I the build starts with the parameters of the show. This includes the length of the show the frequency. How often you put shows out and the consistency. And what i want to say about that. Especially we'll talk about the links right so the length is literally how long is show going to be. Is it going to be five. Minutes is it can be one hundred minutes. Whatever whatever going to be. I'll tell you this with most people should will tell you is that it doesn't matter right as long as you pick something that makes sense that you know you should record for as long as it takes to get the point across. I'll tell you slightly something different. If your show is an interview you should be aiming for about forty five minutes. Why is that well because when you book interviews. Most people want to give you one hour of time lot of some people that are higher harder to get willing give half hour but for the most part if you aim for an hour of time that means you have time at the beginning to say hello to your guests before you record to get them acclimated with this show and it gives you a little bit of time after the show five ten minutes to recap safe thank you and have any final chitchat with your guest. So that forty five minute forty to forty five minute window of actual content is all you need and then your bolt onto that the intros and things that you're going to do at the end of the show so that all package together ends up being about forty. Five minutes of contact could be a little more. Could be less. That can be a goal for you for interviews. it's a solo show. You might want to cut that down a little bit. I would aim for somewhere between ten and twenty minutes of content. That ends up being just the right amount where you can actually get your ideas across in simple to understand manner and also if you're turning this into something that's transcribed into a blog or something like that. It is the right amount of content that fits into something readable for people also about fifteen. Ten between ten and twenty minutes is about what youtube likes. We're looking at video when you edit these things down you're going to be right in that sweet spot to the right amount of content that works on these platforms. So i i of cilicia and for that there are different formats. If you're doing more of a daily show you might want to end. Aim for something more. That's that smaller quick sized bites but again you got to pick the link that works for what the show is intended to do
Fresh update on "one hour" discussed on Ken Broo
"In exhibition baseball this year. You know, they share that facility with the Indies a share of the stadium. They have separate training facilities, but Normally they would you know they would play 34 times, maybe 55 or six as many as those How many is that number, but only twice this year. So there you go. That's the story from the Reds today, as we count down to that I wanted to mention this in the first hour and I have enough time to do it now. Huge win. Yesterday for the Savior Musketeers. Um, I think They have solidified their place in the field of 68. I think it was a little shaky before yesterday. They have not been playing well, but you beat the number 13 team in the country anywhere. And that's a big deal. Paul Scruggs back on his game again. 23 points, seven rebounds, five assists I never really felt and I know this is Um, if I watch the game I didn't get a feel for one. A team is is not a control of its own destiny. I never I never really felt that Xavier was not in control of this. They were up to at At the half and then really dropped the hammer in the second half. Creighton struggled a little bit. They shot free throws horribly. I mean, they were like, I don't know They might not have been 50% from the free throw line, and they didn't get their all that much as well. And then you've got Xavier re outrebounding Creighton. Creighton was a good rebounding team coming into that game. Fremantle played well. You know again? I would not. I would like to see him take fewer three point shots than what he did. He only took three yesterday. I would like to see that number zero But it is what it is 7 to 12 in the field. He played very well. Scruggs was nine and 13 and Kunkle off the bench gave him really give 19 quality minutes off the bench, so They needed that win. And savior is now 13 and five or six and five of the conference. Greatness 17 and six They came in his number 13. We'll see how it goes. Selection Sunday is coming up quickly two weeks from today. But lose that game yesterday and you weren't going anywhere. All right up next one of the great rock and roll guitarists, in my opinion ever. If you're a fan of brother Cain, brother have I got good news for you? Damon Johnson will join me. Next. It's got a brand new group brand new album with the same old kind of guitar shredding. We'll talk with him Next on 700. W. Well, W News, traffic and weather news Radio 700 w L jealousy. Cincinnati Flood watches This is the 10 o'clock report. I'm Sandy Collins breaking now There are flood watches here. And all over from Arkansas. The Pennsylvania ABC News senior meteorologist, Rob Marciano is also worried about the risk of some tornadoes lately, afternoon through early evenings, when when we think this will happen, 3 to 5 inches of rainfall from three ports of Memphis to Nashville and into Kentucky, so more flooding is expected through at least tomorrow. Now we've got a flood warning posted for Grant and Owen counties in Kentucky. Until about 2 30 this afternoon. Let's check the latest traffic and weather together. A minor crash reported on westbound 74 at the eye to 75 interchange. It looks like the driving conditions are getting a little bit better. The visibility anyway, The roads are still wet. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced industry Weather Center are you afraid of the dentist at advanced industry? We get it to learn more about how I V sedation can change your life visit. No fear, Dentist Don kam tristate for much. The afternoon and evening. And despite the rain changes, high temperatures will quickly rise into the low sixties. This afternoon. Tonight, we dropped into the thirties, but more importantly, the rain leaves Monday. We'll start with a few clouds, but we'll see sunshine in mid forties by the afternoon. That your forecast time. Nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield Right right now. 53 degrees in Cincinnati. We're minding drivers all weekend long. The Brent Spence Bridge is going to be a chokepoint beginning tomorrow until November, a repair and painting crews will take the double decker bridge down to two lanes in each direction. Starting Monday through.
Tiger Woods seriously injured in car accident in Los Angeles but 'awake, responsive and recovering' after right leg surgery
"It was it was incredible. Um, look, this is the biggest story that we've had all day. Most of us spent most of the morning on early afternoon watching news coverage of the Tiger Woods accident and the update that we're getting is about as good as it could be after an accident. Like he had where he was driving likely at a high rate of speed is not known, but likely for the action that we had. That's what happened. He's on a stretch of road here and outside of Los Angeles and Rancho Palos Verde is That you can get to 80 miles an hour Really fast that really quickly And you know, Mike, you drove that same stretch of road over the weekend. You can go down one of those curvy roads and suddenly you don't even think about it. You're going 80 miles an hour, hitting the median crossing the road hitting a sign the car flipped over. Cut a path through the shrubbery on the side of the road. And Tiger Woods. In many hours of surgery, has very serious injuries to his legs, Compound fracture and at least one of them. We talk to Steven Gregory, who broke the news of the Tiger Woods car accident earlier in the show today and said that look, it was pretty gruesome from the waist down from the legs for Tiger Woods compound fracture. The bone was sticking out of one of his legs. But other than that he didn't have Any life threatening injuries. So now it's about Tiger Woods, his legs and what's next for him, which is as good as you could be. When you see the accent? He had that we're not talking about life or death we're talking about now. Hey, can he play golf again? But certainly for a while it was How is he? Can he live? Is he not what's going on with this? And it was just one of those. Stories where you want, it bore information right away. It's like I don't care I wanted I wanted I wanted because you hear the story and you immediately assume the worst. And of course you're thinking about Kobe Bryant. What happened? And Oh, Kobe and Tiger and now and it was the first hour or so of this story or first out 90 minutes or so. It was just an insane amount of what What is it? We don't know. We know it was serious and he's in the hospital. And the first reports were moderately critical condition. He was in which I don't really know that that's a thing, but that's what we were told. And it was. It was just information flying by you when it was hard to even pay attention. It was just tell me something. Tell me something. Tell me something. Yeah, He really just Carter started to flow right and we had a three man text chain going back and forth very quickly, based on whatever new information Started to come out Steve Gregory K. F I Here in Los Angeles. I joined the show earlier tonight. You know the first to start delving into deeper and giving some details, And then the speculation begins and all the heartfelt Wishes of support and sympathy, and it really just kind of escalated quickly to where it's like. All right, Let's push that away because you don't wanna call it noise because it was a lot of positive energy coming to the To the situation and a lot of love right thinking about all the different aspects as golfer and and well pitchman, Tomo every being a household name. Too, you know, looking at, you know the family man and then the gulf side of things. So, like all these different angles start flowing through and you're trying to just push that all out of the way to go. Okay, what happened? As you said, I drove that stretch on Saturday and they have a couple of spots in it where you have the runaway truck lanes. You know where If you're having break issues, right, it's a different paved differently. So it helps toe slow things down a bit of different incline, etcetera. So those air on the road and you get into these curves and bends that You know, In this case, it's visibilities not not an issue. Aziz. We've talked about it with other subjects that have come up. Certainly what we would think about the horrific tragedy of the Kobe Bryant incident a year ago at visibility playing in and if there is a fog on the highways there in that stretch, Yank it gets pretty dense and with the quick bends that you have You know, could be even more problematic. Obviously, that didn't play here today, but it is one that you've really got to, you know, tenant to as much as we may have laughed at it and driver's Ed This is one of those stretches of road that tenant to use the real thing because you go from 50 and you start going down that highway and down ramp kind of situation. All of a sudden you're at 70 75. You're not hitting the accelerator. You're just going with with what The road grade is so I could see where it escalates. And so now it becomes the Let's dial it back and figure out how this came to pass and And feel fortunate that as we watch the photos and video of the wreckage that he got into a hospital to get the first part of
Fresh "One Hour" from GardenLine with Randy Lemmon
"80 Year high. Scattered thunderstorms tonight Low 64. Showers and thunderstorms around during the day tomorrow with a high 67 Tuesday showers possible highs in the low sixties were treated better Get the weather channel right in about 70 Galveston. However, you are at 65 doesn't look like the fog is quite as bad as it was yesterday. Spring you have 78 70 now with the ktrh Top Tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center a doe one hour Top story today is the big day at the conservative Political Action Conference in Florida when former President Donald Trump will take the stage for the first time. Since leaving the White House boxes. Evan Brown is.
Tiger Woods crashes car, golf star injured and in surgery
"Are one hour away from a press conference in los angeles on the tiger woods crash. He is currently in surgery for those who are just joining us. According to officials it is not life threatening but it was still You know a jaw dropping scene to see his car after having rolled-over apparently after hitting curb and then running into the
Fresh update on "one hour" discussed on Mark Levin
"Because we're lucky enough to now have affiliate in Las Vegas, starting in 2019, and a great one of that k d. W N is open up their doors to us is just outside this trip about 20 minutes. On what a 111.5 FM and 7:20 a.m. so we're able to take this show on the road have some great facilities. John Shaper really set us up. So we have a great roster against including Michael Goodwin lined up in the bottom of the hour. We'll be taking calls. 18664087669 was gonna remind you, You've got to subscribe to iTunes and you could just sign up to get one hour free and then hopefully you'll sign up for the next two. Go to iTunes. Brian Kilmeade show dot com So let's get started. Now with the stories you need to know it's Brian's Big three number.
Guest Teacher Benjamin Schneider on How to build and scale a digital marketing agency only with remote workers
"A marketing agency is one of the best ways to build wealth. Why because a lot of people don't understand it's easy to scale of course it's hard to scale if you're doing the work but the point here is that you don't do all the work you hire other people. Great talent designers developers hardworking people that you can get them to do certain tasks work on the projects that you get hired to do an reap the benefits now. Ben's going to break down. Show you who to look for the mistakes people make but i'll be back at the end of the episode to tie things up and share my takeaways but for now take it away. Ben guys welcome is bench neither. I'm an entrepreneur from germany. And i own several businesses and one of the business i do is having an online marketing agency. So that's what we're going to talk about today. My topic is how to build and scale a digital marketing agency. Only with the remote workers. I've been working with remote workers for around eight years and i'm the owner of chop mafia dot com remote work platform. So you can go in hire remote work beer and that came from my digital marketing agency because our online marketing guy. So i have my own ecommerce store and out of that ecommerce store people were asking me. Hey ben how are you doing this. Can you help me with that. And all that kind of stuff and out of this. I created or found my digital marketing agency so our facebook ads did more than two million dollars for clients in zales with facebook ads but the problem was by selling companies. These facebook ads. They do not only need the facebook ads. they also do need landing pages. They need google ads. they need. We deals for youtube. They need graphics for youtube or graphics for ats graphics for the website. All that kind of stuff. So i was realizing. Hey if you're selling facebook ads. It's a good business. But companies need more. They need a full service solution and they want to have a full service solution because they do not want to have usa facebook guy and another one for google ads and another one to grade sales funnels. They want to have one agency one person to talk about their marketing stuff and outsourced that so by realizing that was thinking about. Hey how can. I build an agency like that. Because i'm only a one man show in the half other businesses to manage. And i'm quite good at facebook ads but i have no idea about google ads or some other stuff like billing websites or developing some stuff stuff like that so i need people for this. Hiring people from my country from germany is quite expensive so if you would hire a designer for example that custody around three thousand dollars a month so basically. It's an euros but yeah three thousand dollars a month. That's quite the same so this was too expensive for me okay. That was just not possible. So i needed to have another solution and then i came on the idea. The possibility to hire people from the overseas from the philippines pakistan india countries. Like that. why. Because these people were a lot of more cheaper than the german guys. So i was starting with that was trying that and some positive experiences some negative experiences but in general it was good in general it was working so i need to find myself a way to find people who are fitting into my company and were having a very high quality and this was the key to build and scale might digital marketing agency. Because as i mentioned i wouldn't have been able to hire three four five german guys. That would be just too expensive. But i was able to hire some people from the overseas so i started with hiring a designer and i would recommend you guys this. Start with hiring a designer. Why because definitely there's no company in two thousand and twenty one who do not need a designer in their company because you have so much posibilities to spread content out there and that's why you definitely need to have a designer but the other advantages that designer does not need to have any log in credentials or access to any sensitive data or something like this you can just give them a few pictures and title or anything like that and tell him hey. Police creamier facebook ads. Spanner out of that. And in addition to that you see the result immediately with a developer. If you're another developer guy you have no idea if this wella per is good if this is fast or anything like that but the with a designer you see it easily you see easily on. The result of this design is good or not that he take around one day for this or one hour as fast or not so. It's very very easy to start with with a designer as a remote worker indefinitely you need to have one in your company. I just proudly recommend that so our starting also they designer and this man helps me to improve my facebook ads because we have awesome designs. But before i did all designs and all the banners and all that stuff by myself. And i'm definitely guys not a designed so you can imagine how tremendously the quality was improving by that guy so realizing hey this was working with the design guy. I get one step ahead. I hired someone for google ads. I hired someone for wordpress websites and stuff like that. So i was not only able to provide high quality to my clients with that remote working guys. Some accompany hours able to widen my portfolio. So i wasn't the for the branding out there. I was still the facebook. At sky in the facebook ads marketing like a guru and sold my book an amazon bestseller and stuff like that but then the back end i was able to sell them not only facebook ads but google ads and landing paycheck and a new website and email marketing. And all that stuff as well. Because i have a team right now and this is very easy scalable because if you're found a way and we come to data and a few seconds if you have found a way how to hire good people and not being scammed by people and really knowing that this people half good and high quality output you could easily repeat that hiring process and scale your business with that. As i mentioned. I've created more than ten million dollars ten million years in sales for my clients. This was only possible with having team. So how did you do that. You got on dot com on my platform if you would like to check this out. Fourteen days for free and create a shop post. We have only. Id verified user skies this very very important also. Go hiring on another platform. Feel free to do that but definitely do only hire people who are ide- very fight
Indoor Dining Resumes At New York City Restaurants, Gov. Cuomo Extends Curfew Statewide
"11 P.m.. That's one hour longer than the curfew. Governor Cuomo put in place in November. The governor loosen the curfew as New York City restaurants were able to open indoor dining at 25% yesterday. York City is taking steps to make it
Indoor Dining Resumes in NYC at 25 Percent Capacity
"City restaurants can stay open one hour later for indoor dining beginning Sunday. Valentine's Day. Restaurant owners say it's a huge development has endured dining returns to the five boroughs. This could not have happened at a better time because it's freezing up. Some restaurants are allowed to open for indoor dining in the city at 25% capacity.
Chelsea, Southampton secure FA Cup quarter-final berths
"Just a couple of matches on this thursday southampton beating wolves score of to nothing and chelsea one winners away to barnsley. Tammy the goal in the sixty third minute. Chaka his lobster robson frank. Leboeuf join us for more frank. Start with you very impressive from chelsea. Would you not very impressive. But the most important thing is to go through When you play against so-called lower team or smaller team boss well default how the way they had to the field. Remind me The the way we used to play the ethica many years ago or to kind of two decades ago it was a wasn't pleasant game to watch but for chelsea the main thing is to go through indeed. Because of graham. One neil off you go home and you think about the quarterfinal. That's the only thing we can say. Jaakko what was worse chelsea through the first hour of the match. The pitch pitchers kind of paul for the costs from from bucknell d. That was decent pitch. But not i understand the issues that pitch like that might read And similarly bentley just made it difficult for chelsea. They will predictable i. I didn't see them scoring other on. I kept mystique trust the job done. That's that's the only important thing interesting. raba what did you think the match There are plenty of chances for barnes. The thought shock watches different game. Well a couple of chances but chelsea made it really difficult for themselves. Everybody was talking about bounds. They've done the homework bounds leader. We're going to press her out the field they we're gonna make it difficult. They were going to put their from. Plays and stop josie planet from the back. So what did chelsea duplat from the back on a bubbly bitch kept on giving it away midfield and they made it difficult for themselves. It was crying out. The big diagnosed replayed from the center hav into the white when the wing backs will play chuck took made the right decision to half times. Change the system so they got more space for their full the play bulls forward but bosley will holding such a high lime pressing so high the field. It had to be the case that josie when in behind them and they didn't do that until it was too late but they just about eight dumb bravo. it's four straight wins now for chelsea undertook. Oh can you see some signs of progress. Not today i couldn't but in in the league games they have been a slight improvement. I think he knows what he wants. From these teams play with a back three for those three games. I think he knows exactly what he wants. Midfield he's wingback high up the field as well the area where we sort changed. It is whether it's play with mainstream ensues slot in behind him or two strikes wanting behind but you can see what he's trying to do. I think the players know exactly what he's trying to do. Each system the players today almost eleven of them so it was always going to be difficult. But i can see system coming into play. I think the players understand that system. And i think chelsea will get
This startup is making customized sexual harassment training
"Is raising money. And i think this is a really cool company and i want you to tell us all about it. Athena raised money in june with two million round for anti harassment software that it would send to companies and companies basically. Install it for their employees. You'd get a nudge every month. Five minute training and it'd be kind of this idea of making a more flexible way of learning about how to deal with modern situations that might rise up better than the one hour lecture. This is a shift in its focus. Because before was doing kind of one thing and now it's doing a broader array of things when it raised in june was just doing anti harassment in zoom and slack world and now eight months later. It's another two million co led by the same firm. Gsp that let first round of it's and it's going into anything compliance related whether that's how to make sure you are not doing insider trading by mistake or or other bits like that and it's they leaned on big customers which was the impetus for this round including netflix's doom and send us and so for an early stage startup. Those are big names. They have twenty thousand active employees completing their monthly training which the co founder is a positive signal that it's at least getting engagement in some way. Are you currently caught up on your corporate training for verizon media group as managing editor one of my wonderful tasks at the company is to actually monitor our employees to make sure they follow all of the different trainings that they have to do. Because i am the one who gets. The e mails for a bunch of folks that says so and so is sixty days later on their annual compliance training. We will delete thirty male if they do not respond immediately. Did not know that was a state attorney question again dan. Natasha and i caught up on our vm. I think you're mostly caught up february's if you are not cut up would have been fired because most the recordings are due in december. So if you haven't done them you would be out nailed it tauscher. There's also some grows numbers and our notes here. Something like two hundred and fifty percent growth quarter over quarter. What is that metric tracking in the athena's since it was tracking basically the amount of people who are on the platform amount of learners. That are coming to athena. Obviously those big contracts and mentioned earlier help them be able to prove that like any startup. right now knock sharing revenue profitability et et cetera. They're just hoping to use this money to gain new customers and figure out that stuff. Later is spelled. E. t. h. e. n. a. Not of in ethene like it's like patina but it's not blockchain related. I usually ask founders for the story behind their name but recently i guess i have not been good enough to that curious enough about how that came together. I think the idea of little mini modules. Make sense. I mean some of the things i actually remember. From compliance training are like mini modules for instance detectors by verizon media and reisen media's owned by and say verizon because it has infrastructure works with government a lot and so in our corruption training which had to take. Oh yeah there's this great story of like you're working hard at work in the field and you have a city official with you. Can you offer them a bottle of water on a hot day. And i was like stir and there's like wrong committed bribery and corruption and a dig radiation to american society. You may not offer anything of value. Not even a penny. You can't offer free water bottle or kick cat.
What should I call my podcast?
"Today's topic is how to name your podcasts. Or how to name your show. We're focused on podcasting here. Because i know a lot of the listeners are in that space but it could work for anyone. That's creating a show out there and what's important. Today this is a solo show. We are diving deep on this topic. And what i want you guys to take away from. This is your podcast name or your show name his first impression. It's your first impression. Is the first impression your audience is going to get of your show. So i think they're going to hear that they're going to see when deciding if this show is for them. If the built is what they are looking for today it contributes to your find ability within podcast players within the show the places where shows are housed and also across the web. It determines your ability. Because if you're using the wrong words to describe your show and people don't know about your show then they're not gonna find us. We're gonna talk about that. And also your show name is one of the most important decisions you can make when getting started because it contributes to your identity. It's what you become known for. So don't take those decisions lightly. Listen up today as we dive into it. S all right. Let's get started by the way for my new listeners. Out there if you guys are interested in diving into your content and making more of it. Not just creating but repurposing i do wanna mention. I have a quick free resource for you is how to convert your one hour of content into one month of content for all the podcasters in content creators out. There have created a step by step guide. Just for you all about repurposing content. You can download it now. At my free resources page at brands on brands dot com slash resources. Go check that out all right. Let's get going so category and keywords where we're going to start you're talking about how to name your podcast. You always should be starting with the macro view of your category and your keywords so thinking about it this way if you wanna understand your category. It's really figuring out. Which box do you fall in and apple. Podcasts has a categorization for you. They've already done all the work to figure out. What are the main buckets of information that people tend to look for and they put them into boxes for you. Categories like business health finance. They're all there already and you pick which bucket you wanna play in because yes most of our shows can be put into multiple buckets. But when someone's actually looking for your content. If they were to go on a category search where would they start thinking about that and pick something and once you've picked that category decide okay within that. Is there a subcategory that would fall into like within business. My shows within marketing. That is a subcategory of business. There's many subcategories of business entrepreneurship is a big one for podcast. So there's a whole sub category of that but it all resides within business. so pick those subcategories. And why is this important for figuring out the name of your podcast because when you know where you are heading then you know how to get there right so if my category is marketing within business i now have to figure out. What are the words that i can use to describe my show that helped define it within this category. So think about it. As when you've isolated your subcategory say it was marketing for me. How do you fit into that space. What's your niche within that category as you've identified that you can build it into the name of your show as well so if your show is all about facebook ads within marketing you can use the word facebook ads in your title a wooded. Just call it. The facebook ads show. You can get more creative with that. And we'll talk about that later but the main keyword should be included somewhere in the title. And you can either have it as part of the main title or as the subtitle so for me. My show is called brands on brands. Right pretty vague. But at least you know. It's in the marketing category in that branding part of the market categories. I've slightly niche down. But if you go a step further. I've subtitled it not just brands on brands. It's brands on brands dash personal branding and content marketing. Why is that important. It's important because now if someone is specifically looking not for any kinda granny but for personal branding for branding. That builds their own self or they are the business. It's the business of them. Their name matters. They might type in the word. The keyword personal branding and guess what pops up to the top my show because i've listed in the title and also in the descriptions. That's what's important so you can't just throw out a vague name like john talks today or john. Talks live or john's news because that is not going to help people find you. You know maybe every monday you go live and you're like it's mondays with john. That's fine but no one's going to type in john. No one's gonna type in monday. No one's gonna find you because of that but if you call it mondays with john dash facebook ads and funnels now. You are helping the algorithm. You're helping these search tool tell the world what the show's about that matters to miss that. Step then you're not taking advantage of the functionality of searches bills into these tools. And not just the podcast tools all of the tools. The same thing works for google search when on your website these titles will carry over to the blogs that you create. That'll carry over to the youtube. Shows that you create or the outputs into videos and it all starts with the name of your show so have to get those keywords built into your your name. The second thing to help you guys go a little further. Because i know it's hard to pick a name like what i can still kind of vague just my name and facebook ads. Says that's not a very specific. Okay so let's get deeper the second thing you can do step. One was categories and keywords thinking about those things number two is figuring out what you stand for. And i'm going to call this your line in the sand. That's not the only one that calls this. But that's what we're gonna call today your line and so on and keywords and number two your line in the sand think about what you believe in that determines how you will own your corner. Your niche right. So for me. I started shows off by saying i believe the building a brand that matters today is the only way to thrive. I think your brand has to matter. You have to have some kind of connective tissues engaging experience you have to touch each person individually and say. Hey what is it that you need. How can i help you. That's how i think you build a brand one person at a time when experience at a time. That's my corner so for you you have to determine what is it that you believe in that. Is what your audience needs to succeed or to benefit from this show. What is your approach to telling these stories and to finding the next level for your audience
Who is the international community?
"Myanmar's progress towards democracy. During the two thousand and ten with nobel peace laureate aung sang suu as de facto head of government was widely understood as a good news. Story this week myanmar's military. The top madore decided that the democratic experiment had proceeded far enough claiming fraud in the most recent they threw a coup. D'etat seized power. Back and returned san suu now. Tarnished as an accessory to the tottenham does own recent accesses to detention the international community has responded predictably and in famous correctly demanding respect for the election results the restoration of constitutional order and so forth. Also this week. Us president joe biden in his first speech on foreign policy since taking office declared that america was ready willing and able to resume its traditional self awarded role as lead of that international community. But at this point what actually is the international community who decides what it thinks and are there really any penalties for defying or ignoring it. This is the foreign desk. But you're now seeing two sets of institutions governing although it's questionable how much actual authority the people without guns have to force their parliamentary decisions. At this point. The burmese military should relinquish power. They have seized release the advocates and activists and officials they have detained suspected. Criticism from western countries has relatively little direct. But it's not that they don't care at all it's noteworthy that they've gone to just extraordinary lengths to create alibis covers for the coup the very few occasions when you say that sanctions all the threat of sanctions hadn't affect i think would be the ending of the apartheid period south africa but they require cooperation and agreement among any state that has major economic relations with a particular state that is really under threat of sanctions. So that's pretty rare frontier. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew muller joined first of all by amen taunt a reporter based in yang-gon well first of all let's try and make sense of what has been occurring this week. How did the first hours of the coup ataur unfold as you experienced it. Was there a heightened military presence in the streets was a news broadcast social media alerts. How do they establish power. It's not like they lack practice this by now. Sure so the first couple hours were extremely chaotic. One was quite sure what was happening. Although most people had figured out that there was a coup so basically most people woke up on monday not being able to use their phones so there are some cards. Weren't giving them service. There was some rewards that depending on which company you are with. You have some level of service depending on where you are in the country. You had some notable service. But for me i couldn't call out and i didn't have any mobile data. Luckily i have wifi at home. Which is not true for a lot of people but yeah in the first few hours in django that weren't really military much of a military presence as far as i understand. Although in the days leading up to the coup there were some quite frightening pictures of tanks in yanko near military installations and what has gone. Felt like since how much of what was already passing for normal life i guess given the pandemic but how much is the feel of the city changed since the coup d'etat. Everyday's a little bit different. So the first day i went out to the markets just alexi what i could over here talk to people because you know people were getting online and a first a couple hours. Not everyone knew. The markets were busier than normal. There were more men. The normal people seem like they were ignoring the one person per household rule a lot more than they were. Previously people are largely ignoring the rules at this point in the pandemic here. But yeah like you just saw a lot of groups of people as opposed to the person who cooks which is generally a woman here but a couple hours in so maybe around nine. Ten people started panic buying especially rice. A lot of rice shops ran out of rice quite early in the morning. You know they generally never run out that bryce they usually are quite. we'll start but by the evenings. The supply chain was flowing again and had sort of compensated and the streets emptied out after a while but there was a while where people were trying to rush the banks. All the banks shut the atm set down. And then people try to. The gold shops and the gold shops started shutting down this
Restoring Common Sense in Business
"I guess today's martin lindstrom. He's the founder and chairman of lindstrom company. The world's leading brand and culture transformation group operating across five continents in more than thirty countries is also the author of a new book. We're gonna talk about today. Called the ministry of common sense how to eliminate bureaucratic red tape bad excuses and corporate bs. So martin welcome to the show. Thank you. John is a place to hear your voice again so since the subtitle has a bunch of stuff that people think of as negative. What led you to writing this book. I tell you what. Let's meteoroid it many years ago. Charlie bell where the former former former c. e. o. of mcdonald's reach out to me and he said hey martin i would love if you could reinvent the happy meal and i said sure bring it on a just have one one condition. Can we make it healthy police and challenge. He was a really good man so he said absolutely so my vision was to make six year old each broccoli and we began with storytelling so we had the forest the forest broccoli and the cucumber with the of Tomatoes with blood and kids lofted and parents loved it and even the franchisee loved it. We will not these pilots. So i went to the headquarters of of mcdonald's chicago and they said interesting. I never heard that word before in that context so i went back to europe as it is interesting. Nothing happened for two years. Nothing was silent for julius. Finally the new happy meal arrived and it was that drum rolls. It was a happy meal as we know it today with issue sugar bone and the french fries now included an apple. And that was where. I learned that if you wanna do transformations of organizations if you want to understand your consumer company have what i call an immune system so as a consequence of that. We had to the employed two psychologists to work with me in order to understand the dynamics in the corporate world because a good idea is no longer enough. A great consumer inside is not enough. You need more and you need to understand that immune system that defense mechanism for chains and that actually led me to writing this book. Because i realized very quickly that eighty percent of your work is to operate at lack of common sense and bring it back and then to transform copies towards the good. I'm sure anyone who's worked in particularly at corporate environment has experienced. I think they've come a little bit immune to it because it's just the way it works but has certainly experienced. Can you give a couple of examples of of what what is just really common rampant corporate. Bs longtime do you have. I mean i mean. I'll just let from from the end. Kobe nine jamming on a plane. The other day. Right as i sit in my seat ready for takeoff the frankly sounding was on the speaker saying. Welcome ladies and gentlemen aboard this flight. I regret to inform you that all cabin service has been completed suspended on the entire flight. Also need to inform you that the laboratories in front of the plane has been blocked. There are only now reserved for capping personnel. And by the way if you wanna use laboratories you can use the one laboratory in the back now that was because of covid nineteen. I don't need to tell you. But then i just need to ask you. That was thirty. Seven is a rose in this in this plane. So i literally had to pass by every single one hundred and seventy nine passengers and end up in a long line where i could breathe in a freshly brewed smell of toilet mixed with covid nineteen and then i was sitting in the seat. The second idea that came up with these contact tracing forms now in the old days you had to fill out all sorts of stupid forms with no one looks at an array and so this was the latest and greatest in that innovation pipeline. And here the first question was listened to this john. it's crazy. the first question was have you been in close proximity with any people you don't know within the last to allow us. The only thing you had to do was basically just to turn your head ninety degrees and that would be a stranger sitting there so you could take yes to that box. This hakin bulks was even worse. You see people don't have pen symbol because also with us multiple devices so bright. Young talent was barring the pen from the stewardess in the very front row and that pen was not walking through the entire plane and the second chris was. Have you taught anything in one have taught over the last twelve hours. I had to tick yes to that one as well. This is the minister of common sense in reverse gear. I call it call it common sense. I call it nonsense really because he's the rally not we've completely lost sense of what makes sense and for me. Common sense is seeing things as they are. Okay and doing things as the to be done set in another way. This is super important. It is to treat customers and employees as they themselves would expect to be treated. And i do think as companies grow. They lose that sense of reality the more busy dealing with himself than actually thinking about what the customers are. The consumers want so. I have to tell you one. I work with a lot of small business owners but i early in my career took project or pretty much from anybody and so i this project with a very large corporation and it was a very small project two thousand dollars semi invoice off and i gotta check ninety days later. Of course that was for two hundred fifteen thousand dollars and change that translates to france. But that was about one hundred times what i build them and i saw. I called them up. You know i thought about cashing the check. But i called them and said you know there's been a big mistake here you know. How do we rectify this well. After getting transferred to three different people. I actually then was sent for different forms that i had to fill out in order to return money to them. But i tell that story all the time because it was it was a watershed moment when i said you know what. I'm just going to start working with small business owners we. We won't have to deal with this anymore but you're so right and and johnny. It happens everywhere. But i think he's my view about this. Frankly speaking we living in a period now was unprecedented. And i don't think there's anything anymore. Cold going back to work uncalled going forward to work and by that i mean we onto situation right now where we actually can afford to reset what we once did. Rather than desperately replicating an old format and squeeze it into new way of living. I mean think about it. We all sitting in front of suman teams eight hours a day weighted. Those holly breaks go. I don't know no on any of the calls have been sitting on. Believe me just like you. I'll be sitting on a lot of those kohl's single person ever said. Hey guys at. We just had a five minute break here at just need to go to the toilet just a hole infamy. None of what people do is put the post pitcher on the sneak out to the toilet comeback after seven minutes and pretend like they're were not no away and then they asked. The question was awesome minutes. It goes so we can go back in a circle and even worse. We then continue exactly one hour. No matter how mundane a relevant conversation is because we actually did so that problem. Thirty five minutes into the conversation but the realities. We don't wanna look like we skulking or cheating in any way shape or form so we just decide to hang on clinch on and then they alternate break up here is. I have to jump on another team guys. Sorry and that sort of the ultimate. Kat is common sense going here because my property as we adopting a world of trivialities from the past onto a new format of living. And i think right. Now it's time for us to sit alone in the stat in the sand. Basically say hey. That's redefined my daily lives. Let's break it down. See where. I'm doing things which are ridiculous. Look at things which just make sense and then build up from scratch. This is the moment to do it right. And that's why published this book now because quite frankly i haven't done it myself. I'm sitting doing it right now. Realizing how much time wasting
AP source: Cardinals to acquire Arenado from Rockies
"The St Louis cardinals have agreed to acquire no one hour and I don't want to trade with Colorado this from a person familiar with the deal who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity the source indicates the Rockies will get multiple players and will send a large amount of cash to the Redbirds winner of eight straight gold gloves the twenty nine year old or not it was set to make thirty five million dollars in twenty twenty one the cards made the trade knowing five time all star are not has an opt out clause after the twenty twenty one season Bruce Morton Denver
Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford Resigns for Personal Reasons
"Question today is who's going to be the next fulltime general manager of the pittsburgh penguins wednesday jer mother furred suddenly and abruptly. We understand resigned as gm of the pittsburgh penguins. Your wide brush thoughts when you first heard it shock. I think everybody was shocked. Someone told me that. An email came from rutherford a company wide. Email came from rutherford to everyone about an hour it was announced and people were just slack jawed. They couldn't believe it. And i think the other thing too is that the penguins signed yannick weber on wednesday morning. 'cause their defense just so battered and rutherford was involved in it he did the signing and then one hour and a half later. It was announced that he was out. So i think it caught a lot of people by surprise. You know. there's a couple of things here. Initially there was a concern that it was health related. If you've been familiar. Jim rutherford's in his seventies and he's been very careful during the time of corona virus. He's mainly stayed out of the public which is perfectly fine. There's nothing wrong with being safe. It's the smart and responsible thing to do for yourself and your family so there were concerns about health. But david morehouse the president and the ceo made sure to point out at the beginning of his. Call that you know. It was not health related. You know something happened monday night. Where rutherford are tuesday. Night where rutherford told the team and they check with them again on wednesday and he decided to do it. I do think there was some kind of philosophical difference about where the penguins were going or how they were like everybody wants the penguins in the organization to continue being in that win now mentality. I don't think anyone disagreed with that. But i think there might have been a professional disagreement on how to get there. The thing that is kind of interesting to me about it is that david. Morehouse his media availabilities. Said it wasn't anything there wasn't anything that you wouldn't normally think was unusual or different like a. Basically disagreements happen all the time and you don't necessarily think they're going to lead to that. And i just wonder if the organization saw one way and rutherford saad another way and he's been quoted as saying it was time and i just think that happened. I think he got to a point where he said. We don't see this the same way and times were challenging. I don't need to tell anybody that and it's just time. And i think that's kind of what happened now. His contract was up. I don't think the penguins and said to him. We're not bringing you back. I don't think there'd been any conversation really about. The contract is a lot of teams right now. And we see it with travis green and vancouver who are kind of saying like during this these financial times. We gotta be careful. So i don't think the penguins had said were not bringing you back. I just think they really kind of punted towards the end of the year and said they talk about dan. So that's kind of where i think it was. I think that there was a philosophical disagreement and about just where they were going. The penguins didn't think it was necessarily a big deal because these kinds of conversations happen all the time. And rutherford just said okay. We just disagree on the vision. It's time for me
Walmart to build more robot-filled warehouses at stores
"A new age is coming to the nation's largest retailer. Wal Mart. Plans to build warehouses at its stores were self driving. Robots will fetch groceries and have them ready for customers to pick up in one hour or less. Instructions already underway at several stores, a test site in New Hampshire has been up and running for more than a year. Wal Mart hopes the warehouses will speed up popular curbside pickup correspondent Rich Thomason.
Oxygen on Mars
"Oxygen in situ resource utilization experiment better known as moxie will demonstrate a way to produce oxygen on mars four propellant and for breathing. Here's jeff she. High from nasr's space technology mission directorate to explain in situ resource utilization is utilizing the resources of me find to the destination to produce useful commodities. If we can produce things we need at the destination we don't have to load them in a launch vehicle launch from the service earth. Push him all the way. The destination and land on mars or the moon. What mocks he's gonna do is suck in the mars atmosphere which is mostly carbon dioxide and produce pure oxygen. The test model which is about the size of a car battery is mounted on the perseverance. Mars rover and can complete one. Hour of production per experiment is moxie lives up to its name. Future oxygen generators one hundred times larger could support human missions on other worlds for innovation. Now i'm jennifer. Pulley
Wet, Cold Weather Bearing Down On Southern California
"In the series of cold weather swords making its way across Southern California this morning. They're bringing cooler temperatures and scattered rain tomb or storms or set to follow this one, culminating in the storm on Wednesday that could include 1 to 3 inches of rain. And while the wet weather is much needed break from the unseasonably dry winter we've had so far. CBS two's Nicole Comstock says it's raising some concerns. Meteorologist will keep a cautious watch over how much falls how fast the rainfall intensity how much rain comes down. Oh, and 15 minutes or one hour, and that's where we'll be monitoring closely to determine if there's any developing threat of mudslides for those who live near the burn scars. Officials gonna be monitoring areas here. The apple Fire Bobcat Fire in Eldorado Fire burn scars that are at high risk flooding. Winter weather advisories analyzed through 10 o'clock tonight for the mountains in San Bernadino and Riverside counties.
"one hour" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Let's continue with more calls in Randy is up next Hey, Randy. Welcome to our program you're on the Yeah. I bet doing Paul, I'm doing great. At that question. I really don't see you. College football season starting playing this year this virus Corner Rail. But if if they do care for the cities in. The Seniors Lot Meiji hairs. Dante Smith. Would they be allowed to come back to our near with the NCAA? Stop? Okay So Randy of if a player, you're, you're asking me if a player ops out, can they come back next year? Yeah, if they're senior this year. Would be allowed to come back next year if they don't if. The NCAA canceled the? season. Oh. Yeah. I would think that would be absolutely they would have to. In baseball they did that with with the with the college baseball, I would think that would happen. Yes. Okay I appreciate won't find out. Okay. Well, thank you for calling. I appreciate your call and Jonathan is in Arkansas and welcome to the show. Jonathan you're on the air. Every, how how're you doing? They're doing well. Dear joys, show First of all I'm state fan and I, don't know if there's any. Team in the country other than maybe clemson that really wants to see college football happen this year. And you. Know you just wonder. These are some of the healthy athletes with the best healthcare. The best training facilities everything surrounded about him, surrounding them, and you just wonder may let's let's pile all these guys together. You know You probably remember back in your day when they had the measles. Chickenpox, man, you'd have chicken pox. Party. Chickenpox, sleep over you know and I know that sounds kind of. Goofy but I mean the the truth of the matter is when you're dealing with the best healthcare. System? But these guys all catch it. Let's play some football. Take, the necessary precautions deep hold on I. WanNa make sure I knew. I was my mind was wondering here on a Monday A. Jonathan. Did you say let them all catch it? Hey. With a with this I know that sounds crazy i. know it does I know people. I know a lot of people after this I know. I. Know People that have passed away from an elderly people. A carry their cost. But I'm saying is, is you look at all the athletes that have had this from the very beginning Kevin, durant I. Think one of the first basketball players came out said, he had it and then different ones throughout it. You know these people are the ones that are in the best shape in the. Okay. No. No. I need to tell me what I already know. I'm just trying to understand that that. You're suggesting that now now, who should who should encourage all these athletes by the way? This is this is I think some of this has already gone by the way but. I don't want you to think I'm naive here. Haven't heard this before. But. I'm trying to understand. Who should send them? Who should send the word out for everyone to get it. Well. It's you know it's not like, Hey, here's an invite. Show up to the corona. Okay. I just wanted to make sure that you didn't get on your phone say, Hey, if you want cova go down to room three, forty, four, it's all over the place exactly. But I you know look what's happening with baseball. You know try to start it up and you get, you know how many players test positive in an for the marlins and different ones and it just seemed like. You get everybody up, even the players themselves getting ready for a season, but but but in. I'd just saw a story in baseball Johnson new story. This out, we're seven card have tested positive. Okay. They're all young. They're all healthy. But but in that in that grouping six people were staff personnel. Now I've been around a lot of locker rooms, I, bet you have to. Everybody, that S-. Auxiliary with a baseball team. A football team high school college pro doesn't mean they're not always. Elite athletes. Do, you have any concern about them or absolutely do i. absolutely do and I totally see your point and I don't want to sound like the selfish out there. Hey We've heard we've heard we've heard heard immunity. We've heard. We're GONNA have a vaccine and and you know I just WanNa see. For the morale of the country right now with all the with all the. you know social things going on. man and for the kids themselves the. Question. Jonathan we are We have golf every weekend. We've NASCAR every weekend. We now have Major League Baseball for now may not last, but we have it for now and we have the NBA in the NHL. We have the WNBA MLB. Melby, but major league soccer. Right. has morale. The country changed in the last four weeks. I don't know that I don't know that that'd be NBA or the For Soccer. But what about what? About MLB, in the NBA? That's pretty big stuff. I. Think the NBA is I. Think Major League Baseball. Have you have you watched? Have you watch an NBA game? I've watched about six minutes of a game. Yeah. I. Have to, and then I must confess. I'm glad to see them doing it. Right. Yeah, but but anyone who wants to tell me what? I'm watching every night on the NBA. What I watched a year ago. Not the same. and. The problem I have is college football is not going to be this. I was watching an old game, the other day kind of hard to miss. And the game ended winning winning touchdown fans. mean. It is going to be Erie to watch college football game under these circumstances I. Mean I still want to do it and I know you do. But I'm not sure that it's going to have the effects that that we wanted to have. And here's one more question. Paul, I appreciate this. So okay. So get judged by wins losses. You know that to get into the playoff, obviously Ohio state fan man and big Fan we've had disappointing losses can But what happens when a key player test positive. And they say, they lose a game because one or two key players. It's. We. Don't know. We're. We're. We're talking about that. Is that loss at the end of the year. Shop. Lawrence the Mirror Mesa game is that law is going to be judged based on while they lost their. quarterback. Yeah. It wouldn't have been any different if there's an injury, but I, don't. Know the answer. But I know one thing we are. We are really heading toward Some I mean, we're in the middle of something. We've never been I. I wasn't coming down on you because. I've had a lot of people say the same thing. I'm just trying to get some better education we're up against the break. We've had a busy hour. It's a busy day with what's going on Tim. Brando's, and our away will continue your conversations follow. The big twelve looks like the big twelve is going to play. Nine Conference Games in an one plus and they can play more if they want to. We're coming right back back with much more. Hello, this is your apartment i. need some favors from you. Your cat.
"one hour" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Tried Passion, than Patrick Three of college football leaves here. The Paul. Finebaum show our one podcast. We'll get afternoon where we last left. You last on Friday. We thought the world was coming to an end with all the comings and goings scheduling. We. Never had any idea what would turn upside down between Friday and Monday. It was one of the busiest and worse weekends. I think in the history of college football in terms of allegations in terms of players speaking out about the way things are in the future of the NC Double A. May very well hang in the balance as we begin a new month and a new, let's get some headlines. You may have missed them all. If you have, you have probably been living in a cave. Explosive. Weekend raises doubt about whether NCWA can. And should. Survive. This has been one difficult weekend where there's talk of depending on how the vote goes tomorrow with the board. A Board of Governors that maybe the power five will say you know what we don't. We don't need you guys anymore by the way. Don't believe those headlines. There's there's still too much money at stake, but the fishers are there. And what about this? Have you heard about? The PAC, twelve football players. Stating they want change. They are unified enlisting listing demands in a letter to the conference. We'll get into great detail. On that and the demands. Let me give you some of them allow students to opt out during the pandemic without loss of eligibility or spot on the team preserve existing sports by eliminating. Expenditures Create a task force to address social injustice US direct two percent of conference revenue to support financial aid for low income, black students, community initiatives, and developmental programs. Is that no, that's not it There are a number of other demands including in I, L. Rights Freedom to secure representation guaranteed medical after graduation, and here is one that is going to really resonate distribute fifty percent of each sports conference revenue evenly among athletes of respective sports and a six year athletic scholarship for degree completion. We have yet to hear from Larry Scott who reportedly makes five and a half million dollars a year. We have heard from you on the show a couple of weeks ago, but we have not heard from him in relation to these demands This has been the talk of college football since yesterday, and it will be one of the big topics of conversation right here. To Day. So that is where we are to say the least It is a time like no other in the history of intercollegiate athletics someone said to me earlier today friend, the lawyer that this is beginning to remind him a little bit of the Olympic Movement in the seventies when athletes finally say you know what we're going to start sharing in the profits, but all this in the backdrop of a pandemic with still uncertainty out there including the the big twelve. We still don't know what they're going to do. They should make announcement today member Bob Bos be was here last. Thursday. And there are at least three or four schools in the big twelve twelve that have already scheduled. Week zero game. So that would mean they would play on August twenty eighth and the SEC and the pack twelve would not begin until the twenty sixth of September. We could have a college football season going for four weeks before most of the big guns show back up, the ACC is also slated to go I think we to total confusion. To say the least, let's talk about what we are going to do here. Today in terms of gas we have plenty to talk about remote Huma. He is the former UCLA football player, who's the head of the national. College Players Association. He has been front and center in all of this Richard Johnson. He's an author and journalist He's got a book out that deals with the NCWA and Tim Brando from Fox sports. Timmy beast take on all of this as well, and your phone calls at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five. Let's begin with James in Alabama James. You're on the air and go right ahead. Oh. Really, what choice do we have? Montana as we have four hundred of these so-called. United. PAC twelve football players. Basketball players, collegiate, athletes, whatever. Office they fall under. What choice do we have to do? We give them their fifty percent? A better question maybe could possibly. Are they worth the fifty percent. When you sit and you and you take time to think about it and those that know me know that I try not to think because it hurts my head. But. Fifty percent. Fifty Percent College football celebrated a hundred and fifty years a hundred and fifty years took. Paul a hundred and fifty years to get where we are right now with overpaid college presidents with over paid athletic directors with overpaid college coaches. But they won't their feet t percent, they won't fifty percent half. The. We have eighteen to twenty two year olds making demands making demands. I okay, I have a point, a contrary point here to go along with the rest of them. In our society, today. We have twenty, two, twenty, nine, year olds, thirty to thirty, nine year olds. Forty to forty, nine year olds fica to fifty, nine, sixty to sixty, nine, seventy, two, seventy, nine euros. We have eighty euros Paul with. Car. With mortgages, we have eight year olds that still owned. Interrupt for just one second. This is great. What what are? What is your thought? I mean I. I don't WANNA put words out would do Paul. You looking for a college football's are I'll be. I'll do it for two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars. But I won't half of that upfront and the first thing I'm GonNa do is. Get on. Automobile or bicycle I'll ride actor somehow in. Okay we. Later into that, not really sure where you were going. But thanks for the call. Anyway, PAT is up next in Georgia. Pat? Thanks have you on. Right, Paul. I don't know what to think of the pack twelve I'm reminded of the Chinese curse, may you live in interesting times? But. I. Think I struck a nerve with you Friday and I will muster. That seventy one year, old CPA and muster. if I could just make a few points about what the SEC is facing. So sure me. The season doesn't start to the twenty six. So you got the fifth, the twelfth and then. If there are. Conference game scheduled for those three weeks and Georgia's. Was Play Alabama in Tuscaloosa on the night tape than new dates would need to be found for those. Games. the second hurdle is. that the ninth and tenth opponents need to be determined presumably by strength of schedule Or. Something like that and they need to be. Chosen, for those. Two. Extra. Games. somewhere in the middle of the season PCT perhaps. The bye. Week. Your second by we. needs to be scheduled. So there's there's there's a lot of moving parts in this new. scheduled, it will going to come up. the cocktail party. It's either GonNa be played in Gainesville Athens, and I bleed Georgia's the home team. This year and Georgia only has five home games. SEC Games this year one. So there's there's there's a lot going into the schedule and. And even if you change. Strength of schedule National, rankings and and look at. Statistics. All of that is still it's like it's been the eye of the beholder. If I could jump in in. Right now put a template on the board and I really don't know what they're doing in the longer. It goes. If they don't release schedule, maybe indicating something there's there's not going to be a good way to do this. I'm still not certain what it means and you can't you have to look at this from a centralized position. Pat. There no more concerned about Georgia, than they are Arkansas. So they're trying to find a happy medium. Call I've I, believe that the only point that I was well, one of the points I was trying to make is all of the decisions that have to be made by responsible. Individuals to the best of their ability are going to be suspect by people who lie conspiracy theory. Sure. But you know I I don't mean to be fatalistic here. But I think conspiracy theories really are the least of the SEC's problems right now, I think trying to get to the first game. Is there paramount issue and get get there safely and I'm still not sure quite honestly pad. They know how they're going to get there based on what I'm hearing you. Thanks for the call hate to run, but we are heading to break a lot to do on the program today. We hope you'll stick around some very interesting gas. We'll talk a lot about the PAC twelve situation, some other stories as well. We're coming.
"one hour" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Now that has year research led to changes in policy across the country. And what is the evidence that it's successful. And how do you seek out that evidence. So we develop these techniques and we tested them in a range of context so we were using virtual reality than we repeated the same stuff on a training ground and then we were burning buildings down and testing it in the environment. I'm when we analyze the data afterwards. What we found is that the commanders that we using that process was was significantly more goal directed which was great? But you're not going to collect everything by observing especially in that kind of dynamic environment so we strapped oprah cameras to you come on does heads so we recorded all of that information all of that data and critically what we got from. That is all of the information that they didn't attend to two as well as what they did. You have them. Watch the tape leader and tell you what they were thinking and what they actually. Yeah yeah so we developed something called a cue recall debrief where we essentially were playing back the video to them which provided a cue to recall their memory and got them to talk through their thought process at the specific point in time precisely precisely in relation to what they were saying. Can you give an example of an resulting action then that would have been better than before. So what we found with initial research is is that eighty percent of the time the decisions that were made were very intuitive so for example I'm going to put water on that fire perfectly reasonable. You see and you do but actually if you're putting water on that fire you haven't joined up with the rest of the information that you've got about what's on fire which might be oil or petrol where water is not actually going to help you in that circumstance. Then you're going to end up with the wrong outcome. You respond to a lot of things these days that are not fires direct on on your calls. What share of those are actually fires? Actually the number five that we go to has reduced over time when we go to a much broader range of incidents but interestingly the number of incidents that we go to rule has reduced in the last ten years by about fifty percent and we do a lot more preventative work. There's been some changes in legislation which have assisted what that means for firefighters. Going out of business. Well no because there's always the risk and we have two resource a fire services to risk not to demand but for our fighters it means. You're having less experience of the kind of things you're expected to deal with so we've got to be much smarter now making sure Oh that we trained in a realistic way. So people don't have the skills but they have the confidence to deal with those situations. Sabrina Heading Cohen. Thank you so much for joining US tonight. Our next guest. It.
"one hour" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Let me interrupt live show for a second to say that e cigarettes in the UK have been handled so differently leaving in the US whereas you've likely heard there have been more than thirty deaths and many serious injuries from vaping that are episode next week will be devoted to this issue. Because if you've only been reading the headlines about vaping in the US then you're missing out on a lot of the story. Okay back to our interview with the founder of the behavioral Insights Team David Halpern. So let's talk about the tax revenues produced by better letter writing. Walk US through. What was the problem? What were the proposed and trialed trialled solutions in what turned out to be most effective? So if you think about it most revenue services there in the business of trying to get people to do something which may or may not be super happy to do which is pay taxes on on the other hand. You definitely don't want to pay your neighbors taxes. If they're not but for example Stephen An unlikely event you're paying your tax. You'll get a letter saying come on and they will send the same letter to everyone which is some form of threat or whatever and then famously. The early trial was. Why don't we just tell people something which is true? which is most people pay their tax on time and adding that one line nine ten people pay their tax on time? Would that lead to people paying up without further prompt further action and the answer is yes it did and indeed. We tried multiple variations back then. That was unbelievably controversial. Just can't tell you how because if I was what it was. Felt lots of reasons why you know what you want to start experimenting on people and this wasn't built to do it their questions. About how would you analyze it. Andy ultimate have you ever gotten one of these. A lovely tax letters not noticed but I don't often open. My Post. Tax Is essentially the original form of crowd out funding but yeah they got a bad reputation over the years. Really what needs to be done more positively so do it like an appeal look almost like a charity get leaflets saying can you know sponsor a new chemistry lab in your local school. That's basically what taxes and it. All you know. GET DAYDREAM NEW HIP. Instead of just saying you've got to pay your tax you make it more. Ah also let's have some gratitude. Let's have a thank you letter. Day Mr Holtzman. Thank you very very much for your tax. People have been so generous this year. And then telling you what they spend on. Well you may be joking but but I think half plays ideas testing..
"one hour" Discussed on WTVN
"For life liberty and live in we're gonna have a full one hour with don junior it's not like all the other view other interviews he's been doing this week short interviews are people interrupting and yelling at him and so over the song you're gonna learn a lot about him in the trump family and his father and so it's it's a fascinating fascinating sit down and that's why do life liberty and live in the way that I do it for a full hour it's not really about his book I don't like doing interviews at a purely about books so I don't but we will raise the book and get into some of the things that that he raises that I find of of particular interest so before I sit down and do life liberty and live and I do a lot of research on the ghastly I take a look at what they've written and what they said and what might interest them or what might interest you more than anything else just like I do this radio just like I do live in TV just like I write books I work at it I work at it that word might be wrong I mean I work hard at it but I love it and I love it I probably retire Hellman I sixty two these people running for president when they're seventy seven and seventy eight and seventy six I mean it's absurd I'm just being honest with you job is way to difficult it's way too onerous it'll be a time of which I retire leave it to the next generation to step in my wife doesn't believe it but I tell I know that they will come maybe I'll write a book here and there have a podcast some but I'm not this this schedule can't can't continue but I will for now.
"one hour" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"I get too many requests than Bill the team of people that can do it. But here's what stages does it expedites the sales cycle in sixty minutes a lot of people. It might take in six nine twelve months to consume sixty minutes of contact online. But when you got a captive audience, it's called the one hour launch because you've got their undivided attention for sixty minutes and we know what can happen when you get on a stage for sixty minutes. They're not love it. And I think people part, I love the most is for one your passion behind this. I get chills. I've heard you tell that story. I think six different times that I can think of about you and your dad, and I get chills every single time because you have this ability to put yourself back in that actual MoMA. Moment to actually experience and have the person who's listening to you experience the same feelings, the same rhyme motions that you were going through right then, and it's such a skill set that I think too often a lot of getting his ideas far we start telling instead of of actually sharing and telling stories, and as you not joked all the time, as far as facts, tell stories sell, and you're, you're the master at when it comes to actually get in stories that have impact for people to then use those stories in their in their presentation to connect with people. And that's one thing that I loved when I was out there, jury meant learning from you and just seeing the way that you are so good at connecting with people beat. The one thing I know that a lot of our listeners they've heard about this whole perfect weather our script from Russell for forever. And so we've talked a lot about webinars. The one part I wanted if you don't mind kind of address is this idea as far as how you made mention that they were able to lead collect, meaning collect when you typically couldn't sell most everyone. I know when I think of. Speak on stage. It's a fifty fifty split. This is one of the things you kept slapped me in the face in day. Dave wait, there's more there's more you actually can make more money, not selling direct onstage. So if you don't mind kind of explore, explain to people how they actually can use that to build their business when they can't sell. Yeah, so there. So when you can't sell, there's two things that you're either any presentation you're the week we have. We, we believe in your presentation that you scar with the heart and you connect with people you teach in while you're teaching, you're embedding in, you're sharing case studies and you're doing all of that. You're basically selling during the you're, but you're.
"one hour" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Thousand dollars just shy of a quarter of a million dollars in one hour in the last year, struggling with everything in his business. He had done fifty two thousand dollars in the last year. Now here's what happened with him, and it's very much like Russell very, very much like Russell. He started getting big but started being recognized in the educational system and he couldn't be that. So a lot of you out there solo preneurs or if it's just you on your team and you're trying to really like, what could I do external. The stage is like Russell Bill. Click on us with being on webinars. You know, he did webinars offline in there's online stages, but here's what happened with him and what's happened with Russell's. He got too busy. He couldn't be on all of the stages that were requesting for him. So what did we do? We created a presentation that duplicated past him retold the stories, accompany story on the front end. We talked about the content, everybody shared the same content in the middle, but at the beginning of the presentation, we mentioned the company story and then how the company story connected to the speaker and then the rest of the presentation was the same for every single one of those speakers day before it was all said and done. Not only did he grow the organization from fifty thousand dollars to seven million dollars in the educational system, which might not sound like a lot on an annual basis, but they don't have budgets that's huge. He had eat two speakers out in any given year sharing one presentation for one hour driving business, the weather it, somebody who wants to do it on their own and go the track more customers or if you're like, man, I'm like Darrell Russell and I don't wanna be on the road anymore..
"one hour" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Providing massive value and really use state using for us? We're looking at using stages to scale, and I know for a lot of you guys who are in the situation or listen to podcasts, I mean, you're sitting there going. I don't know. I haven't. I've never done a stage presentation. How would I do that? Beats going to answer that for you today. Those guys who are. In Russell situation where you're sitting there going. The last thing I wanna do is actually get on more stages. He's gonna tell you how you can actually create a speaker team, like what we're doing and do the exact same thing again, I'm you guys don't want to hear from me which really want to hear from is my friend. I'm so excited to have on the show again, Mr. people ARGUS. So let's talk about what you refer to now as this one hour launch, what the heck is a one hour launch? Yes. So let me just tell you one our launch. We're the one hour launched was birth for me like that's an important piece to understand. I as you know, a youth pastor and I brought speakers in because I didn't want to speak on the stage. And so I brought these speakers in and I remember showed up on I one night there were three kids there, and I thought how gonna grow my youth ministry, which is going to be a Cleveland to how you're going to grow your business in. So what we did they'd is II brought in speakers and in one hour I saw my kids get so moved and inspired that they the user just continued to grow, grow, grow grow. We went from three kids to seven hundred fifty kids in the town of twelve thousand from bringing in over thirty speakers of the. Course of four years and our youth group just grew and I saw the magic in one hour on a stage in the action that my kids took one of those speakers as you know, gotta was the first girl killed at Columbine in ninety nine and he came and spoke, and he came in, he said, you know, there's five people that you need to let them know how much she loved them because you don't know how long we're going to be here on earth with you, and I couldn't help. But think any said some of them are not good standings with so he couldn't help think about my dad. I hated my dad because what he had done to me and so growing up as a kid. So that night, I begged my dad to come back to the native and all of a sudden at the night event, my dad came back. He heard the speaker speak. We had tried for a decade. Everything. Counseling church, his siblings constantly saying you gotta make things right with your son and in one hour on a stage one hour on a stage, it prompted my dad to write me letters AM side for the father up den here, my son is happening impact on hundreds of kids lives and. I can't happen in tech on my only son's life and the asked me first second chance that do things right? I called that man. Now, this is important for the list. I said, dude, you did something in one hour that nothing could happen that could Mott had in the last decade wouldn't happen for my dad, which is a lot like our business. We try so many things that don't work or they take forever to work. And in one hour instant changes, you get on stage. So I called in Minnesota. Why aren't you getting this out there to everybody is like, I'm trying this. I'm trying this. I'm trying. This is trying to lot of things and I'm like, get on a stage with your ideal clients in the crowd for one hour and watch what begins to happen. I don't know listeners ideal crowd. They know who it is, but his ideal crowd was principals and superintendents. That's what his ideal crowd was because they were the decision makers who controlled the budgets. So the very first stage I put him on, I was like, oh, I hope this works in because I figured out how do I lamb this stage? How do I make him great on the stage and how do I make sure that this is one of the biggest customer acquisition channels. Exists because that's where he's going to change their lives. So I got the my first stage..
"one hour" Discussed on WLOB
"Debt once and for all imagine the debt that you've got everybody's got it everybody's got it out there guy there's no shame in it you guys at all everybody's got dead imagine having no debt perhaps just a mortgage all right no car debt no credit card debt no student loan debt all that debt gone because your hard work has translated into having no debt which is the way hard work is supposed to translate into not these days people thinking it's not the way it's supposed to work that is the way it's supposed to work or guys and here's where we get it all out and hashed out for you thanks for hanging out wallets one hour at a time sitting here coffee enhance tony says low as we tackle.
"one hour" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Debt once and for all imagine the debt that you've got everybody's got it everybody's got it out there guy that there's no shame in it you guys at all everybody's got dead imagine having no debt perhaps just a mortgage right no car debt no credit card debt no student loan debt all that debt gone because your hard work has translated into having no debt which the way hard work is supposed to translate into not these days people thinking it's not the way it's supposed to work that is the way it's supposed to work our guys and here's what we get it all figured out hashed out for you thanks for hanging out one hour at a time sitting here coffee enhanced tony says low as we tackle.
"one hour" Discussed on My Black Friend
"Yeah alexa how much time is left timer forty two minutes one hour timer long already gone those not already gone and we haven't even really hit no real fire questions so starting to question i heard sleep you know what sucks because tomorrow is again wrestlemainia i go to be a with that well you probably will be it'll be done yeah but for my friend felix coming over tomorrow yes so he doesn't know it yet but i'm going to record something with him from 'cause i gotta go pick him up at his house and it's probably about a thirty minute drive from his house to my house so as soon as he gets in hitting record on my phone i'm gonna record something for the patriots because depot tomorrow is april the eight that doesn't mean anything to you know i know i know what it is but it's it is the shevess they right stop it no stop it that that's already passed that was last month yeah man i'm april the eighth devaux in nineteen ninety eight was the very first wrestling match i had that was the that was the first event we had and so do exactly the whole story they aren't exactly twenty years ago to the date and now it's on the twentieth anniversary is on wrestlemainia day that's pretty epi yeah like i don't know i i know he knows the date we all know that eight because we the promoter used to say in a very carney promoter way so he used to go hey pearl the eighth mesa marin which was the name of the place that we had it and and so we always mock kinda import behind his back of course so everybody knows what the date was for the first event that we did so i don't know though it's it's clicking in his head that he's that you know we're going to be hanging out.
"one hour" Discussed on CodePen Radio
"As i as i learned so it's it's just a lot of googling a lot of googling and and inspecting what's going on and learning from that that's that's normally how it starts with a query what how do i make this work you know my my thing lately with new things that come up in the development world because i'm not really working as a developer anymore is when something comes up like some brand new thing comes up in the world of front end development like right now everybody i know this isn't brand new but everybody is talking about houdini right now the css thing and the very first thing that i do is i look at tweets about people are tweeting about it because that will actually bring you right up to the minute because if you google something it's funny but even that could be little on the old side now so what i'll do is all figure out what people are tweeting about it and see who's tweeting about it and check out their blog posts like that and get a feel for it because it's it's weird i'm kind of in an unusual position now because i'm not working as a front end developer but i'm working with front end developers so i need to keep myself up to speed with what front end developers are going to ask about or be trying and that is like my new method of bringing myself up to speed as fast as humanly possible because you know that's that's where you get the real fresh stuff from definitely google was so one hour ago but for real this stuff moves so quickly but you really need to kind of jump out and see the new stuff as it's coming in and it's like it's slightly exhausting sometimes but it's also like that's the that's the way to keep your finger on the pulse in my opinion especially if you don't have to actually work with it like if i was working with it in making stuff reading the tweets about it wouldn't be so useful i would need to be getting in their due to oriel whatever but when it's just that i need to know what they mean that's a good way to do it totally one quick tip for everyone out there this might already be obvious and so you might already be like yeah of course one thing that i always do when i google things like let's say i'm trying to i don't know like get every permutation of an array you know so it's like if i want to three i wanna get one three two and you know if i'm just like googling how to do that java script and get every possible combination of array one of the best things you can do in google is go to like the the setting the search settings and set it to be within the last year i guess they're ray example isn't the best one because that only changes so much but for other things like if you you can just throttle your results to just be within the past year and things changed so frequently and google knows so many things you know that that it's important to kinda like.
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"It's not go away even when i was young the furthest i could hit the drive is about two hundred thirty four hundred this is phenomenal and he by the way he's not some galut who just complains it has long out player in the world i think look this is a distant terrific players out there speed and rory and and it is all these guys i like watching dusted john hudson i think more than anybody hangs it since tiger since tiger because he bangs it there's a certain way he moves around the golf course which seems charismatic to me i mean he's got this he's a star tony he's a star good isn't sr deathrow johnson is that drives unbelievable now female let's take one last break would still to calm bob kraft tells peter king his side of the balance sheet brady breakdowns what we care about their story anymore because i not as much as somebody should johnny morris lutely jump at an offer from the canadian football league my tongue is tired we cannot doom shows last thing this why not will look it up at the clock habits on think lovey 84th birthday tomorrow the bart starr we do this today in honor of alabama playing for the national championship tonight bart starr's birmingham nato than in alabama grab after leaving alabama he went to the packers have played for vince lombardi he won five nfl championships and he's in the hall of fame is a pretty good recipe disagreed with and we needed a meal history lessons because people will talk about bar stormy morning talk about the great quarterbacks and they should happy anniversary marchan lynch on this they seven years ago un vintage piece note for an epic sixty seven yard touchdown run to secure seahawks wildcard win over the saints after belief retirement came back this year for some town raiders mlk season eight hundred ninety one yard seven touchdowns but the raiders had a bad year which is why jack toll fee up is gone and jongkeun is in we'll bunia think winds comes back next year i think schools right into our happy tree.
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"The new minnesota or atlanta where they just can't breakthrough horta whose honors this really qualifiers experience well i think it does but this jared golf was okay i don't think you can make any judgements about the los angeles rams other than that he had a wonderful year but if we spend this forward because you mentioned atlanta being a favorite in philadelphia this is incredibly rare this is a wildcard team being favorite over the number one seed at all but but as one thing it's nick falls and it's not carson wentz but what i would suggest here is that philadelphia wasn't just carson wins they got really good running backs they got the number one i think they've the number one defense against the ross yeah wrote that no down against the russian number four in points allowed so i think that i think it may be too easy to discount the eagles in this because would we've been talking about what what made the biggest difference this week in these plant skains quarterbacks in the one game we had two great quarterback both those quarter best of great who was a great game yes and the guy who might have a hangnail difference drew brees over cam newton and gone one again yes and the other ones that quarterback h eight years on saying there no no no no no saying philadelphia's no cheat on saying if i had to take this week i will pick up land and i don't like it land i would pick the falcons we finish up here with the kansas city chiefs blowing a twenty one two three halftime lead and losing late to tennessee the officiating in this game was highly questionable but most questionable now is the playoff record of andy reid he's now one in foreign kansas city including blowing up twenty eight point of years ago he's one in six in his last playoff games left seven we'll bungee put the chips collapse on anti re via probably so probably so tori i mean you know coming in that game when you're a veteran coasting andy reid who we in you we you and i talked about this all we can we think there's no thinking he's a great coach we think that okay that's right yet this he he has got to anticipate his team he even made an emotion will.
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"Are they going to well who's favorite on the road affiliate weak tone is the atlanta falcons who use ball control to both gained advantage offensively and slow down the rams prolific offense matt ryan completed seventy percent of his passes again running a streak of doing that in the playoffs to five games which is territory long owned by troy aikman on the other side you boys show mcveigh avoid will yuban slur readiness poaching royalty offseasons yes you get a grand told the thirteen points at home so do you come away from this game more impressed by the falcons or disappointed by your rams say you remember that i told you this was the one game i thought a visiting team would win i thought that atlanta could win this game but if i'm being honest with you when answering that question it's more the disappointment of the rams who been great to watch all year and they couldn't hold the ball on special teams west of a guy that they actually property and he's a pro bowl got here and they couldn't hold onto the ball and it look like in the words of steve younger echoing in my head that you that playoff experience israel israeli meaningful matters because because they didn't look like they were ready for the prime time they an and that was that was disappointing to me because i come to really like watching them play they have been fun but again they're at home and the falcons is does play ended their indoor situation was probably about sixty eight seven degrees vaughn in los angeles by the way is that it could be called in philly next week so you're gonna get another thing we have a chance this alinsky i'm wanted now because they got their quarterback matt ryan 70 percent completion rate i mean he separated himself from guys like warren moon was one of them with four straight i'm not sure the other was but but i atlanta really did play with a certain arrogance a certain arrogance borne of we've had this shoved down our throats before that's not going to happen today and it did seem like there was a a certain attitude they play with the steve young talked to us about in the regular during three days before they knew what to expect but i mean but the okay so the rams is this a situation where they're going to become.
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"In the end of july totally you're going to have to do something else to say okay what does the severity of what we're looking at at that time rains you're not going to bowl he'll famous incident this year is russell wilson docking intensity i said i i was was on when there they then fiveset yeah i'm running out and every time this is talked about we are going to say the instinct of a player to play so you better hold him down and get him all eu the field is not happens one your whole thank is fired because you lost the game would care new not there they added change they did it almost won that game let's turn to the really big game now the thriller in jacksonville between the jackson the bills you want drama where was you get nathan peterman in a last minute you want scoring well you don't get that we've on by beating buffalo with a quarterback ran for more yards then he threw for did you asked the nation of jacksonville go up or down masturbation the jacksonville went down my estimation of buffalo with down my estimation of the official work in this game went down my estimation of bortles who every nfl defender finds loathsome for some reason we have yet to disarm you've been asking people for weeks every bought the dow down thing down my my estimation of the waffle houses in jacksonville down yeah this i will fail i will confess that people that i called you during this game a number of times and two things i remember saying or this game has set popo back for twenty years this is torture to watch and then i also said i know blake portals is bad he's really bad tiglao taylor is the worst were hair sir i've ever seen in the nfl he cannot hit he cannot hit open people bortles at least on a fourth in two two he made the one person for the neon scored 10 tony those look like six in ten teams at s.
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