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Long-serving Utah US Senator Orrin Hatch dies at age 88

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Long-serving Utah US Senator Orrin Hatch dies at age 88

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Israel, US to Discuss Military Drills

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Israel, US to Discuss Military Drills

"Hewitt from the headline in the times of Israel this morning. Israel U.S. to discuss military drills to prep for worst case Iran scenario. The story includes this line, a Wednesday report said the Israeli defense forces will hold a large scale exercise over the Mediterranean in the spring with dozens of aircraft simulating a strike against Iran's nuclear program. I'm joined by Michael Lauren now. You can follow him on a doctor or DR Michael orin on Twitter. Good morning, Michael. How are you? I'm good. I'm not optimistic that this administration will do anything serious about Iran, are you? I would doubt it. I would doubt it. Maybe I'd be pleasantly surprised. I mean, it's kind of clear that this administration doesn't have a military option. President, even president Obama used to say, all options are on the table, including a military option, the current administration says it talks fails. We'll look at other options, but they never said a military option. I agree. Yesterday, president Trump on this show said that Iran would have buckled on the first day of a new term for him because they were close to crumbling. Do you agree with that assessment? Well, I know for a fact that the major violations of the JCPOA did not occur under the Trump administration after 2018 when we pulled out of the Jaco. The major fire ending violations only began when it was clear that there would be a different administration at The White House. And that that administration was committed to going back to the JSON POA. And not seeking not basically trying to replace it with a much better deal. So the Iranians knew that they could ratchet up the pressure, and that the administration would basically keep on going after the volume. It's quite a spy that finally will be the Americans walked away from the table during the first time they've walked away from the table. We've had a situation where in this case the. Customer has been running after the merchant of the merchant running that's the customer. And running simply ratchet up the price every time. Did you see what they do

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Bob Odenkirk Condition Stable After 'Heart Related Incident'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Bob Odenkirk Condition Stable After 'Heart Related Incident'

"We've learned more about the condition of the star of the TV series better call Saul the representative for Bob Odenkirk says it was a heart related incident that sent the star of better call Saul to the hospital the rep says the actor is now stable as he continues his recovery and a hospital in New Mexico Orin Kerr collapsed on the set of the breaking bad spin off that is shooting its sixth and final season for AMC crew members summoned help that the statement thanks those who came to his aid as well as the doctors and nurses treating holding Kirk and asks for privacy at this time I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"orin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm gonna hear hear Orin and Virginia wherever No. Alright, we'll be here then. Lookit, I keep threatening to do something to go like Let's go somewhere. My wife goes No, not in this thing. No, no, she keep saying I know my wife. My wife wants to go out things, too, and I understand It's like it's hard. I know but fatigue. It's this diseases. Pretty bad. Yeah. I really soon not get it, nor have anyone I know. Yes, I mean, literally. My brother got it, and he still has symptoms. It's three or four months later. It affected his blood clotting and is just it's just bad anyway. Larry still there, by the way, give us a call. 855935 talk 59358255. We just found out that Larry was on hold. And we Larry didn't know. So we're gonna really gets an extra. We're going to talk to you Some candy high. Larry. Welcome to talking real money. You're giving out candy New. Hi, Larry. Absolutely. Hi. Thanks for taking my call. The reason I'm calling is to congratulate you guys for the way you presented something. I was in my car driving home, and you were talking about the fact that the Democrats Republicans in this election Will not have any. Major effect based on history. On the stock market. That's correct. Not one way or the other. I never worked that out there because I don't. I never thought I don't know that stuff. I don't call what you guys do. But if I was impressed with that, and I, by God, I'm gonna call him. Tell him Thank you. You're the best. Thank you. We appreciate all that's very kind. Yeah, we really do much better than vote. That doesn't mean not voting. You should still Whoa. There are other based on the reasons to vote, but you don't know based on the stock market. Yeah. I mean, you know there may be there may be financial impacts on your life. She were separating those true from the stock market. Yes, if you make over $400,000 in Biden is elected. You will absolutely pay more in taxes. You will not even know how to get out of the house and Senate. You probably will we wait. We gotta hedge everything. Hedge everything. Oh, by the way you by the way, Speaking of your talk about low rates and people doing staging things, and, Yeah, I mean, a lot of companies like for example, I just read that Apple. Has like now they're they're sitting on 200. Billion dollars in cash. You know, that isn't without B. That is enough Cash is almost enough. Just a few bucks short of enough cash at the common market capitalization they could buy all of the Walt Disney Company. Every bit. By the way, it's going to put this out there right now they can buy you and I Oh, we'll say whatever they want. Tim wanted 200 billion old you got is easy and entities know will even shine. Your shoes will serve you dinner or wilder. More than no way will be the best servants you ever had for $200 billion. That is a lot of cash. I mean, here's a but they haven't sitting around and what cash ash. Or bonds. Our something, I bet I bet they don't have it invested in Bitcoin. That was what I was getting to the Jasons wants peace where I don't remember the name of the company, but they they're sitting on a bunch of cash and and they so they decided instead of my grow strategy, MicroStrategy that was putting it in the bank or in bonds, or in whatever. They decided to put a huge chunk So basically all their cash their cash in a bit. Now, But here's the thing I love the rational the ration. Ella's well, Okay. Cash isn't paying anything right? It's paying zero. On DH. Here's Here's Where Here's where you really start to veer off track a bit. You're going out of the rails. The Federal Reserve a part of me, the government is putting so much cash into the economy that were watering down the value of the currency. And eventually that cash that you have today won't buy as much in the future. Well, that's always true to some extent, anyway thing called inflation. And here's his rational mind when he got his name out like, Well, you can look it up like he's been there for a long time, by the way, a little trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission a long time ago, But his take is what you put in Bitcoin and you'll never Lose. It won't it won't lose its No, actually said the opposite. He said. He said, Well, I well in cash. I know I'm not going to get anything. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Bitcoins $13,500 a minute. Well right now, and it was one e right. What? But it was also just a year ago about 3000. Yeah, right. Not 16,000 so The dollar can the US dollar is it likely that the U. S dollar will drop from a dollar in value to Oh, I don't know 10 cents overnight. No, no, really Highly unlikely Could Bitcoin dropped from 13,000 to 1300 overnight? Yeah, it actually is a low it, dude. I mean, this is really stupid. Yeah, And it makes up now big part of his market capitalization. If he wants to make that money, make more money. Because he thinks the interest rates are too low. Go buy some higher yielding bonds or wait. Buy some stock in some other company. If you don't want to buy your apple, they have a lot of cash you could buy that does about Jason Zweig said. If you want to make a bet on Bitcoin, just go buy Bitcoin. No reason to buy the stocks when you're making a bet on Bitcoin. That is not a very good idea, because basically the company now is a big bet on big, but it's also run by a guy who apparently Is about as illogical as human beings come to say that cash is riskier. Then big point. Yeah, and remember.

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"orin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on WTVN

"And that's your TV tip off on I Heart radio, a record rise after a record fall, the first estimate of third quarter GDP growth and annualized 33.1% or 7.4% better than the spring quarter, double the old record set in 1950, but it's a bounce off the floor. GDP fell. 9% Orin and allies 31.4% in the second quarter, when stay at home orders were in full effect. And the first quarter GDP fell 1.3% from last year's fourth. So US GDP is still doubted Net 3.5% since the end of 2019 and most economists in 2020 will ended about the same level as the recovery slows in the fourth quarter. New unemployment claims they're still historically high. But the downward trend continues the total in the last week 751,000 state claims about 40,000 fewer than the week before. The total number of Americans receiving jobless benefits. Counting all state and federal programs is down by about a half a million to 22.7 million. If airlines want people to fly this holiday season, they should focus more on safety and flexibility than cost. Bertha Coombs reports new survey from the points Guy finds that Americans are focused on what airlines air doing to combat the spread of Corona virus that a third say they want strict compliance with mask policies. Other top priorities include heightened cleaning protocols, empty middle seats for social distancing and flexible cancellation fees. All those concerns outweigh the cost of airfare. Those planning to travel nearly 40% that they This will be their first trip since the start of the pandemic..

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"orin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Orin Samuelson Bundy? Yeah, it's going to be a little different, but, you know, after I'm Rolli James and I am filling in for tea, and she will be back on Monday. But between now and then it's just you and me and you know, we've been talking about the pandemic and especially Music.

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Homeland Security whistleblower: Team Trump distorted intelligence, downplayed Russian threats

Morning Edition

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Homeland Security whistleblower: Team Trump distorted intelligence, downplayed Russian threats

"Reporting on the threat of Russian interference to the election, emphasized the threat from China downplay the threat from white supremacists but highlight the threat of Antifa and other leftist groups. That is what a Department of Homeland Security officials says he was told to do in a whistleblower complaint. NPR National security correspondent Hannah Allam is here to talk about the latest claims of political pressure at the D. H s and the implications. Dana. Thanks for being here. Hi there, So I lied. I laid out the the broad strokes of this whistleblower complaint. But can you fill in the details for us? Sure. Until last month, Brian Murphy led the intelligence branch of th S, and he was reassigned after revelations that the office was compiling reports on protesters and journalists. But now, Murphy says the real reason he lost his job is for speaking up about what he portrays is White House attempts to manipulate intelligence to match President Trump's statements. And, as you said he makes claims about Russia an election meddling, but I'm focusing on parts of the complaint, where he describes specific attempts to influence intelligence on domestic terrorism threats. Murphy says his boss is the top th s officials told him in no uncertain terms on several occasions to play down the threat of white supremacists and to play up the thread of Antifa and other militant leftist and he says he was told to do this so that the DEA just intelligence assessments would match what Trump says publicly. And publicly the president frequently and erroneously, we should say it portrays Antifa as an equal or even greater threat than the exponentially deadlier. Extreme, right. This is something I've discussed with Seth Jones at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He's got a long background in counterterrorism work, and he and other analysts say the White House assertions of widespread violence from the left are baseless. Those comments or general not coming from the experts within the administration, who Are at the National Counterterrorism Center at the FBI Counterterrorism division. They're coming from politicians, so it's not a reflection of the data, The far left simply does not present the same threat. That the far right dozen capabilities in plots and attacks Orin fatalities, none of those Nevertheless, this is what Brian Murphy says he was pressured to do to elevate the threat of the far left. How does he describe this? This pressure campaign. Well in the complaint, he talks about being asked by the top leaders to soften language and report on white supremacy to make it quote less severe, And at the same time, he says, he was being asked to add more information. On the far left. He mentions Antifa anarchists, in particular, the White House's dismissed these allegations are false and defamatory that call Murphy a disgruntled employee. But he's not the first to raise these concerns. We've heard former senior D H s officials saying this that the far right wasn't taken seriously. We've heard it from researchers who work closely with the government on policy making. And I mean we hear it ourselves in the market the different ways. The president speaks about attacks where the perpetrator's a right wing ideologue versus, say, a leftist or a Muslim. What does take this one up A notch in terms of revelations is that this is an insider alleging that political appointees attempted to manipulate actual intelligence and this is not a press release. This was an assessment of domestic threats to the nation. So Murphy is asking the department's inspector general to investigate what he calls abuses of authority. So how how did all of that affect the white supremacist movement? Extremism analyst generally say the far right especially, you know, white nationalist supremacists had been emboldened under Trump. And so this is one more account, saying the administration looked the other way as violent actors got more organized, more violent, better funded. And now we're starting to see some of those groups show up to protest, intimidate and launch attacks that many fear will lead to an escalation before and after the November election. NPR national security correspondent Hannah Lamma. Thank you so much for your reporting. Hannah, we appreciate it.

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"orin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Place is precious and baby, Orin says. If we can't see that and feel it may be that says more about us than it does about this place. I think people should get out good for people to be out on the land. I think it's important to Live outside your house just locked up inside. Being with baby born on the coastal plain of the refuge made me think of a poem by Wendell Berry. It's called how to be a poet. They're these three lines in the middle to go like this. They're no unsafe. Rid places there are on ly sacred places and desecrated places. It's It's beautiful in its own way. It's it's not It's not like a beautiful mountain. You could say it's strikingly empty right now. It's it's beautiful in a different way. What happens next could depend on the outcome of the presidential election. Joe Biden is expected to block Arctic drilling if he's elected. But if the lease sales oil companies go through before the election, it doesn't matter who wins or loses. Once the sales go through, it would be difficult to prevent future drilling. Way want to think Amy Martin and Nick, Mont. And the whole team is threshold for their work on this week's show Podcast tackles one pressing environmental issue each season. The third season of threshold is all about the refuge. I highly recommend you check it out a threshold podcast that orc or wherever you get your podcast, really producer for this week's show was Kathy. Ms Kowski. The music in this hour was composed by Travis Yost. Support for reveals provided by the Reeve and David Logan Foundation, the John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,.

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High-risk Washington, DC residents may now be able to get free COVID-19 testing

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

High-risk Washington, DC residents may now be able to get free COVID-19 testing

"Need a Corona virus test. DCs mayor says You should be able to get one and not worry about the cost at all New this morning, D. C's Muriel Bowser is actually Orin All D C licensed health insurers. We here to cover testing without a co pay for certain high risk residents. A bouncer says the free testing is for vulnerable people, workers with lots of exposure or folks with close contact to someone who has tested positive Rickover 19 and she further says insurers will have to pay for tests once a week. Bowser says the mandate will last a CZ long as the city's health emergency lasts.

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"orin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on KTRH

"Marco both forecast to make landfall this week on the north Central Gulf Coast. The first Marco, possibly as a hurricane along the southeast Louisiana coast in the north, Central Louisiana coast could see Laura make landfall Wednesday night. Here today. Mix of clouds and sun and hot mid nineties meteorologist Ken Bone from the Weather Channel. I'm looking at the radar. It is amazing looking at the hurricanes, but I'm looking actually for Houston, See if we have any showers we had some pop ups a little bit. Earlier this morning. Those have moved out 76 now at the K T R H Keep cool with Rs 24 Hour Weather Center. It's 8 31 Our top story. Laura is more of a threat than Marco for Greater Houston so we can breathe through Wednesday. Marco Strengthening overnight 60 Mile an hour winds expected jumped a hurricane strength today still on track to make lot landfall. Late afternoon tomorrow just west of New Orleans. Laura drenching Hispaniola this morning. Hurricane level strength looks like it's going to hold off until Tuesday or Wednesday, expected to arrived about 48 hours after Marco roughly the same area a little bit more to the West, then Marco Rockets lost to the thunder and overtime game for the playoffs tomorrow afternoon Astros Orin San Diego to the 501 news onto banda que t r h dot com We'll have another update at nine. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station NewsRadio 7 40 K T R H hands called Texas pepper form and you gotta go online. Texas Texas pepper farm Tomball dot com, I believe is the website that and that's where you can order his.

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"orin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On Capitol Hill, including Dr Anthony Fauci, about the spread of Corona virus and how to stop it. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's cautiously optimistic. A vaccine for the Corona virus will be available by the end of the year, noting a study showing its early effectiveness because in the early studies in human The phase one study, it clearly showed that individuals who have vaccinated mounted a neutralizing anybody response that was at least comparable and in many respects better. And what we see in convalescent serum from individuals who have recovered from covert, 19 found. She urged Americans to sign up for vaccine trials, saying 250,000 people have indicated their interest. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington The outbreak, also making it hard for parents and communities to plan how and when to reopen schools. New YORK State Coming out with guidelines, the New York Department of Education is out with new guidelines for potential Covad 19 outbreak in schools. Saying they'll close the school for two weeks. If two or more Children in different classrooms test positive for the virus from coast to coast, parents and officials are trying to make decisions about the reopening of schools. But with so much still unknown, ABC is Diane Macedo reporting your listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station use station are on air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the gr Nu Zap Your Breaking News and Traffic. No, it's 11 02 Good morning. I'm Peter. Same Orin. Here's Our top story. Corona virus in Arizona. More than 3200 new Corona virus cases reported this morning and 68 new deaths in Arizona. This comes after more than 20,000 tests were reported overnight. But the number of Corona virus hospitalizations I C u BED Use and ventilator use continue to trend down, read more dotcom Eyes on education. Arizona's health director says work continues on drafting the benchmarks, 12 schools and communities decide And when to reopen classroom. State health director Dr Characters gave no specifics about the metrics going into the plan, but says schools will have that gun. It's in their hands By August 7th, Arizona's K through 12 schools set three open classrooms in less than three weeks, according to Governor Ducey. August 17th is the date that we sat in terms of school beginning but classes Khun Start before that it's up to the superintendent. The governor says. Some parents won't send kids back into classrooms until a vaccine for covert has developed, while others, he says, can't Wait for the first day of school job cross swing creaks schools, for example, will start classes fully online this Monday, August 3rd and offer an option for in person learning beginning August 17th 2 weeks after that, But not all parents are on board with the plan to reopen classrooms hold off until we have a good set of guidelines that we can go by. I'm concerned for you know my daughter who's going to be a junior this year. That's Mark Linder. Meanwhile, the school District says it's taking so Apps to keep students and staff safe when they returned to campus eyes on the economy. You think it's reasonable that we extend the $600 for a week to buy time for the dysfunctional Congress to work out their differences? That's Arizona Republican Senator Martha McSally on Arizona's Morning news one day after employing her colleagues in the Senate to do just that, she says Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blocked.

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"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Think is amazing. Is been a bit Cliche overused, but it is never give up. It's just it's just so much of it. You know it there is a ton of luck involve and. and not everybody can work hard. But that's again not is candy a great equalizer and luck is. You know sometimes unfair both ways. But if you just keep punching And you're doing the right thing. It it's you know again it's never it's never as good as it seems, and it's never as bad as it seems Joe but you never wanted I told my daughter. This is you never wanna I've had those moments where I look back and and just you never WanNa look back and go God. I should've just stuck with it or I should on this and you're GonNa no matter what. But try to limit those moments And and don't don't all been listening to people but I mean as far as advice. But don't let don't let somebody talk you out of it. Yeah. If you don't do it decide yourself but if someone tries to talk you out of it. Heavily analyzed what they said, and then also consider the source and fact checked because a lot of people in positions that they either should or shouldn't be an. Can I've watched people not do things. Because of advice upon you know further, you know looking at it while it wasn't even true and you made a life decision based on. Fact Checked Bullshit and you know how many dreams have been shattered with with you know. You're basically you're better than you think you are. Yeah. Yeah. That's great. Well, Dave this was such a pleasure. Thank you so much. Yeah. I easily talk to you for another three hours, but I know I'm going to let you go. Thanks again day. This was really great. Really appreciate. Hurry I'll talk. CARE. All right. So many huge sites here not entirely sure where to begin but as always here are some key insights from this conversation with Dave Finnie number one, he'd the ten percent roll a piece of advice. Dave got early in the process. was that a ten percent of people hate your guts you're doing something right Dave was told by countless people that his ideas were silly outlandish and would not translate in the wine industry comedy cut to ten years later he's one of the most Avant Garde and successful innovators in the history of Wine Dave knew that if he heated conventional wisdom, he would have a conventional product. So he chose to excite himself I because he Knew that if he excited himself with products, he'd be way more likely to excite his customers clearly this paid off. But of course, there are the haters you aren't going to break any new ground without offending someone without people thinking you're at least a little bit crazy. This is a good thing and assign your aunt onto something groundbreaking number two don't try to compete within your industry compete across multiple industries when Dave was developing as wind brand decided not to compete within the wine category. Instead, he wanted for the brand to compete with fashion art music and other cultural staples. Instead he went out and immersed himself and his much culture as he could with streetwear fashion. Art Music Skater Culture, you name it, and because of this Dave's winds are reminiscent of all of these different cultural nuances and because of that, they stand out in their category because they're striking anomalies in a sea of Sameness. This is transcendent branding brands the challenge themselves to compete outside of their category not only avoid stagnation, but earn indelible place in culture as opposed to temporary market share or share a voice within their vertical number three it has to in the face I'm particularly fascinated with Dave's creative process. When you look the elegance of his wine labels and the whiskey and Rye labels that he's created, you can tell that a lot of thought went into each. One of them. One thing Dave touched on that really struck me as interesting was when he was talking about how he would turn to foreign magazines for inspiration because when doing so he would flip through these magazines really quickly reason being if something didn't visually strike him immediately and he had to think it through, it was probably a be idea at best. This is a serious lesson creativity that speaks to the importance of trusting your instinct usually your first reaction to something as the purest and the most potent and therefore needs to be acknowledged in nourished. So pay attention to what you have the most instant reactions to those are probably the most powerful things to focus on. Anyway. Thank you as always for listening to damn good brands and big things today Finney for being here today and Samantha Smith for making it all happen I. highly recommend that you try Dave's wines. The brand again is orange swift and my personal favorites are papillon abstract and machete, but you truly.

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"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"I'm trying to get into this guy's class at nyu in and I've been listening to him and Karras wishes podcast called pivot and it's I'm just fascinated by I would love to take you to class on. Marketing so and I would love to Harvard has a summer program for architecture and design that I will take like i. i WanNa Take I want to go back to college and take the classes I wanted to take like one of my favorite classes in in college was a cultural anthropology class that I don't even know I had to take it for some credit I absolutely love that I want to. I WANNA learn things I want to learn and so. Education is great if you're not using it simply as a certificate eight if you're just if it's just a check box I, get it and we all have to do that. But nothing I mean I I'm not saying nothing I learned in college I'm using now it's not about that 'cause everything I'm doing now I learned in college somehow because that's a period of. Time that shapes you think gap here's are should be a prerequisite I mean half the take one because then you're going to really WANNA go to school after you have to go work and pay bills and you know college is like a vacation my parents required that if they were going to pay for college you to maintain at least a three point zero GPA. Which daily did, but I'm proud of that So I think specialized education is important I think reading is very important. I, read voraciously. Everything I mean I'm reading a book on What does it m right now as well as a book on, you know the Ukrainian economics and also a book called cut the Pulitzer Prize guy onto. Any but anyway I just I read and I read technical magazines and and People magazine I'd just love to read and improves vocabulary cognitive skills. It's different from watching things I, love visual but that that different I do love podcasts 'cause I can do other things while I'm listening to them. and. Just just I I feel. I have a friend where Hei Hernandez. And I I thought I had curiosity and I like to do things and check things out and a huge respect for this guy. Anyway I was over his house was nearby and our friends who good buddies and he's his curiosity is next level like physics and just it it just I. Got To step up my game. Neither, neither of US can go back to school right now or go take a class although Scott Galloway let me take that in my class I will I will. please. Let me take that class but. You know it it It is that. That continuing. Most of the successful people that I've been around are extremely curious. And when you harness that curiosity. It can. It can be lightning in a bottle or it can just be. You're just a little smarter, but you know I love. Also God gave you two ears and one mouth for a reason like listen and don't don't when someone's talking to you don't don't listen to them and don't think don't be thinking about what you're gonNA say next right pause and listen it's just the it's the it's a cheaper it's a bit can be your secret weapon if you let it be but and so I think that is also part of education. So getting back to the you know sort of the original question, there's a place for. All different types of education and. I also think that one of a great way to educate sort of your soul is to You know help others. Yeah. Don't you know? Every day. Try to do one good thing for somebody else if it's your spouse. Your friend, your kids stranger it's just you'll just feel better. You know and you know at the end of the day that's kind of what we're supposed to do. So I think that's you know and you'll probably learn something right? Right. That's huge. Very wise words day. Thank you. Again this was such a pleasure so so much incredible insight here anyhow before we wrap up any parting advice for those aspiring entrepreneurs out there i. mean the the the what is it? Jenny Line I.

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"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Like 'cause, that's sometimes how you judge a whiskey and I didn't even think about that. I just didn't needed to be black to set off. Okay. Because when we did it when it wasn't black and I just liked I mean the first the first mockup I took what we ended up getting a custom mold but it was called the little sumo and I had not black paint and I painted outside let it dry. And then put the label on. And it worked because it wasn't working when we're when we had the brown background and then that's when I realized. Is Because for twenty odd years my background except for white wines, which I make a very small amount of my background's always you know in a wine bottles full, it looks black. So my brain just has been programmed that way interested. That's where the. So, that's when I was like. All right. We'll what it's going to be a black bottle and. And it's in the are definitely different than when you put them up on a on a wall most with you bottles or more tall and skinny this is short and fat black. It's got a huge. You know the entire almost the entire what I would call the Palette is used the labels a much bigger in ratio than any other labels out there. So yeah. We. We had. We had a lot of fun with that one. That's cool. Well between that and the when you're developing the prisoner and whoever you were working with was begging you not to use the labeling approach that you use between that and the whiskey bottle design where they're telling you. Oh, this will never work and you're hiding your whiskey it feels like the common. kind of thread of insight here don't listen to. Listen to this. Seemingly, you know well intentioned advice from people who are super established in the industry. I, you know I I i. don't like it when I. Compliment sometimes, when people like Oh you know you, you're a disruptor, you're being disruptive it's like, no, that's not the intent the intent is. Is Get back to a half the like it. and. In, true. influencers which I'm not saying I. Am One. Right. They're telling you what you like. Most people need to be told what they like. And and so it's not that they don't have good aesthetic. It's an especially if you know what I mean, there's this obviously psychology behind it, but it's that concept of like. You are going to like this whether you like it or not, and you're not gonNA know why but I'm GonNa find that part of your brain or I'm going to figure out and I'M GONNA have to trust in my instinct, but it's that it's that sort of veracity of. You know the more you tell me I can't do something I. Want to do it but also I love the it gets back to the competition it gets back to the like you know everything. Life's too short to do something. Obvious. You know and and risked you know I'm very lucky at a short memory I I i. ripped. Me Is a very relative term. You know I've. My stock market shows like much different risk tolerance I'm like the biggest chicken in the market I mean, it's it's hilarious. It's actually funny. How much of a of of chicken I am because I don't control it. But when I can control something my my risk tolerances, it's probably a little unhealthy. Day this is really been great last few questions. I feel like I would be remiss if I didn't ask about Mayor Island. What is going on and where are you building? So I'm actually here right now so it started with the savaging Cook distillery about five years ago I came down here and I just fell in love with you know the island the city of Leho You know these amazing old brick buildings one of which I'm standing in. Now that was this particular one spilt in Nineteen ninety-one, one building next door was one of the oldest existing building or building still on the island which is eighteen, sixty five and not then there's another building in front of those three buildings make. A distillery and then on what I kinda called are blocked. Here we have two more Well, I should say one more building and in two other tin clad buildings and that that kind of makes this block and we're starting one of the buildings we're GONNA do a a grocery store in the next building is going to be my office, any sort of heavily curated retail space, and then the building next to that is going to be where we open it up to you know. Calm I I don't like the word makers but sort of artisans and people that you know create you know in fact, I was talking to this wonderful couple that make the most amazing leather belts you've ever seen, and so part of the part of the it's to, it's to give people opportunity they don't you know can't. You can't afford to get started. It's free space essentially and Superman material and all that, and then the we would sell you know some of those products at our store. You know sort of my retail store next door, but then it'll also have you know. Vintage, you know restored vespas and then draw Alexes and you know. I don't know whatever I I. Love duckie quiz. So old cool. The anything that we think is kind of cool and and also stuff that you know local local folks are making as well as local artists or not necessarily look we'll just. So, that'll be kind of this block, and then we have another building one on one. It's Kinda right on the water and and that will be eventually the idea is to turn that into a winery It's a much bigger building and it was also built that was built in nineteen thousand six. It's an amazing building. But so that I I'm trying to make a a very, what could very long story short as possible. So those are holding that I have. personally. and. Then in a partnership called the Nimitz Group with myself Bashing Lane and Gaylon Lawrence. who? We ended up curtsying the rest of the island. So it's about the southern island is about eight hundred acres that developable and then the North Island is about one hundred, fifty, four acres, which were currently in negotiations with the city to purchase that, and so we spent a lot two years negotiating with our in our homes who owned this part of the island, and we're successfully able to purchase this in November, and we also running a parallel path with AIDS John Furman San Francisco H. Okay. Who are just amazing and I had no idea the science of development and city planning it's been the most amazing. Experience and learning experience, but essentially we're going to. You know we there's kind of what we call the historic core, which is all these beautiful buildings that we would have respected anyway but we legally because they're. All of them are some form of historic landmark. But we're GONNA. Yes. So we'll. We'll re we repurpose aw bunch of historic repurposing of these building, and then also develop probably about another twenty five million square feet of all mixed use from you know. Film Studios. To restaurants too. You know it's it's based on building a small city. Wow sounds unbelievable and there's a.

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"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Sort of my longtime Jomo or slash president slots. You know guys than we almost the longest Brian, sandoval? Who is urban guy he kind of kept poking a little bit and and he really educated me on it and what I started to find out very quickly with how important the water is and and your water is, is show key to the final spirit? Well. That was the first box of got checked because. I had bought this two hundred thirty five piece to thirty five Acre piece of property up and Alexander Valley in snohomish county from this. Amazing God. will be that he's passed away since. And we. I was extremely hung over. It was a very hot day. I went up to property and it is beautiful property. It's got amazing. This beautiful water and I was going to plant the vineyard and Jeffrey took me on for his. Three fifty, seven on his. You know. His holster and a nine millimeter in the front of the TV and he had about one hundred, fifty Of California plants of California's other crop before it was the social to do that and and i. he the property listed a certain price and I i. You know I don't play Poker I. Just I have a number and that's what I can afford, and that's what I told him. He said you shook my hand and that was it. Now you take a guy like that you're buying property. Yeah, and what ended up happening is the the road that we would have had to build just to get to where we could plant the vineyard. with very steep and inexpensive, and a lot of years of of work we know alone would have been at least a million dollars. So I now I own this. Thirty, five beautiful you know rugged piece of property. But. It had this amazing spring. So when realized how important the water was I said? Okay. Now this is starting to have you know some authenticity to it. So I got Campbell's of the water we had a we had tested you not only for safety, but also for the mineral content and the water came back you know. As far as the numbers minus the we have to clean it up. But as far as the minerals and all that you know it wasn't hard. It was beautiful. It is beautiful water and then we had it filtered and we did a water tasting with a bunch of other waters and unanimously one. So I was like all right now this is you know kind of getting real but again, this is over a period of years. So then I was like, well, if we're going to do this, we should grow. Our own grand you know like we do with grapes you know we should have much more of a a a wine sensibility to it. So that's what we did. We kind buddy of mind bruce roaming out and winters, which is about half an hour from here. he grows most all of the grains for us and then on top of that, you know again applying the sort of winemaking idea to it. What have we finished a certain percentage of the spirits in Winder are used or once field wine barrels. But only if it makes the product better like it's not gonna be a gimmick. So at that point I had Started a listen unlisted a guy named Jordan by who is a consultant? Consulted, poor us at the time and he's a master distiller guy he started a Breckenridge distillery and and you we actually he's now just a second ago sundown distillery but. We're able to coax them back to California. So but I hired him as a consultant and he would fly out and we would put blends together, and then we would use you know using some different barrels and then we would you know he would come back the next month after they spent time in those barrels You know we were just purchasing whiskey and he was doing twenty six. I didn't have the right license and when. We check that final box if you will that yes. Amount 'cause we did one hundred, percent fifteen, percent twenty, percent ten, it was all different crops for different Gr- nostrils in barrels, Cabanera, Chardonnay Barrels, I mean we we really dug into it, but it had to make the product better and luckily at at a certain percentage, we still tinker with it. It does improve the product. So I was like all right now, there's a reason to be. So. The other part of it was. which was great to have all this time I started studying. The the. The sort of packaging and to this day but even it was way worse. You know five ten years ago. Call it. You know you look at a wall of whiskey and it? It's like you know. Kissing cousins I mean some great labeled but they're they're all very similar and and it's it's it's know I mean I guess you could say that about wine to and especially imagine wine thirty years ago when every label was, you know some type of Chateau or trying to look like a French label and you know so great labels but I was like you know how do we differentiate ourselves a and then e I heard that you know a lot of younger females we're starting to get into Bourbon with the end just younger people in general you know Kinda was having this this renaissance that it is continuing to have. So I wanted to have a bottle. It was totally different and that the ICONOGRAPHY has nothing to do with the traditional whiskey bourbon or or you know labeled so and also that might appeal more to the rise especially females. So we have these blacked out bottles, which in the industry is you know the traditional industry trout upon because this one old timers like you're trying to hide, you know the with had shitty color..

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"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Amazing culture. So I I- vicariously, stay stay current and I've I've bought a lot of. Really cool shoes that I am not cool enough to wear. The, same we have the same shoe side. So he's like you should get some of those. You know dunks and I'm like Yeah Yeah you know supple beers in i. think that might be able to pull it off. They come in the mail and I put them on I said Yeah I'm putting my boots back on. It's funny that you mention everything between you know Punk, rock, Surf, culture skate culture, and what you'll find in the Louvre because that feels like it's so indicative of your approach to wine as well and how you're all about the blend, you blend these seemingly disparate types of line that not a lot of people blend you know there's A process to it, but just this notion of blending a number of things together to arrive at something completely new, different, fresh, and exciting. It's fascinating that is consistent between your approach branding and your approach to product development. In this case, you know making making the wine. Also I forgot one thing to throw in there into the MIC is I was o'clock trained violin player for about Oh twelve years and finally had to put it down when when I discovered girls but So I think music plays a big part in having started a very, very young age. And I think I would be remiss if I didn't mention that. Yeah. I play the violin for probably about three years. It was really really young I definitely I. I couldn't if you put one in my hand, I would know what to do with it now but I Would love to get into your overall story I mean how you went from working with Robert Mondavi to starting the prisoner I, mean, what could you just kind of walked the listeners through what it was like for you to get started? Sure I mean if you really I'll turn onto go too far back but I didn't grow up in the one culture My mom would have a glass of all Madonna or something and my dad didn't drink much would have you know a beer he was single Malt Scotch Guy. So you know you might do that. But you know I, I have a lot of friends. Now in the business you know sort of all over the world and and we all have different. You know as you mentioned or sores in my doesn't start. Mine is not hereditary. So speak although there was a crazy sidebar story, I'll tell you another time but. It all started when I went to Florence Italy for semester abroad on a Lark. I was not planning on it but he called me eleventh-hour skiing up in British. Columbia said, hey, someone dropped out of the study abroad program. You WanNa go and you know two weeks later on a on a flight to to Rome and from Rome we went to foreign. And that particular guys who is a dear friend and actually we still work together. His name is Tom Traverse. Oh and his family is in the wine business in Sonoma County and so. you know I and I was kind of like a beer and with guy, and so we get foreign you know in our other roommate great Irish Kid Scott Kelly from Maldon just outside of Boston every day after school. After classes, we would go to the local college stupid Marseille, and we each by a magnum of red wine different red wines and we'd go back to our room and Tom would give us this was my beginning of my education and Wine Tom This is a multiple. Yano and from this great and this essentially the and so we would have you know some amount of time half an hour where we we the three of us would sit there and ask questions and it just became this sort of ritual that we did and then we have branched out to other stores to try other things but I realize how lucky I was because I never had to go through that like demystification you know scary pretentious wine Phase because this was nineteen, ninety six and why is still kinda mysterious in a little you know there was wine snobs call it and right to have that tab that demystification education you know. Replete with four letter words and you know funny descriptors it's just I just fell in love with wine and at the same time I was you know it was junior year up until then I had I had planned on going to law school which I don't know exactly why and so my I was studying political science. And History, as well as interning for the public defender's office and a congressman and knew that I. Didn't want to be in in the legal system and I didn't want to be a politician and not just happened to be when I was. You know that's kind of that Florence trip turned into this like wanderlust figure out what you WanNa be when you grow up. So that's when we were getting near the end of the trip and Tom and Scott and I were sitting out I hate to admit smoking cigarettes on our balcony and. Lamenting the fact that you know this six months you know to go for the real world and you know kind of what are we going to be when we grow up and Thomas looked at me and goes you seem to really have taken to you know wine and viticulture. And have you ever thought about the wine business and that's when the light bulb went off. So when I got back I got back to university or Zona and I found a professor in the Aga- apartment and we ended up planting and he had just gotten a grant i. mean timing is everything. He had just gotten a grant to plant and experimental one Acre Vineyard in Tucson. So I I long with some other students helping the planting of the vineyard to do a bunch of research on rootstock clones, and at the time I also got a job doing retail sales at an amazing wine shop and again in Tucson Called the letter and that was kind of the good news I mean the bad news. Is really don't like selling and I'm not a good sales and again is Tom Ingenio owners of the store who are amazing. People really encouraged everybody on the floor to to taste wines because how can you sell something you haven't tasted, and so we did by anyone in the store at cost. So at night, I would go home with like four or five bottles. Of wine and I would sit down my roommate's absolutely love me because I would see working I would have I would be writing descriptors because I was. So inside had I had that very much had the sort of imposter syndrome and so I, was overcompensating and you know reading and reading and reading you know watching Jancis Robinson's videos and I mean everything just immersing myself. More and I was doing it because I wanted to be able to talk about the winds on the floor. But what it, what it does the by product that I didn't realize this I was I was teaching I was self educating myself on wine and I was kissing tons and tons of wine every day, and so while I didn't like the fields part of it. I love that aspect of it and I, love working in the vineyard. So what I did was I sent my resume out to fifty different wineries because I was coming up on graduation. And the only response I got back was from Robert Mondavi winery for What's called? Temporary Harvest Edition. And you you cannot get any lower so I fly up to to Napa or actually the San Jose my brother picked me up and I show up to I interview which was in a trailer. 'cause they were redoing the token room behind them in. Dhabi winery and I show up in suit and tie as I was taught with my resume then my degree but months away and the guys interviewed me Guy Named Bob Paddock and Jerry Vegan literally laughed at me.

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"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"orin" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Welcome back to Dan good brands origin stories. Less than ten years day Finney has become the undisputed rockstar of California's wine world. You ever seen a wine label in a liquor store that made you go holy Shit. It was probably one of Dave's you ever tasted California red blend that made you go holy Shit also probably wanted days having apprenticed under Robert. Mondavi Dave worked his way up the wine chain. Starting his own Napa Valley brand in swift sellers after selling his runaway hit debut wine, the prisoner constellation Brands Dave continued releasing multiple wines, pushed boundaries for their unique flavor profiles and beautifully edgy branding after spending years building this portfolio bestselling and award winning wines. Dave sold off his brands and assets to EJ, Gallo one of his more recent ventures savage and cook a distillery. He recently founded set between San Francisco. And Napa Valley through savage and Cook Davis producing spirits labels that include the burning chair Bourbon second glance American whiskey my personal favorite lip lip-service rai and a yacht kill. Up We get into a lot in this conversation and Dave seriously over delivers on the entrepreneurial advice and insights I listen to this a few times to really get a grasp on everything because there is so much to learn here. We hear all about Dave's origin story as a struggling winemaker, all the way to the building his awesome wine empire, as well as his creative process and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, all of this and so much more today's special episode of Damn good brands origin stories. Now, crack yourself, open a bottle of wine and please enjoy this conversation with Mr Dave Finnie. Dave. Finnie. Thank you for being on the show. The pleasure, Nick, thanks for having you. So I feel like one of the most fascinating things about you is an entrepreneur particularly in the wine industry is that the wine as a category is not always known for being when it comes to branding particularly innovative. It's not necessarily a stuffy category although there's a lot of stuffy brands, but I mean you brought not only a very high quality. And sophisticated to market, but a real just rock and roll sensibility to your branding as well which is a very interesting interesting juxtaposition. So I'm wondering how did that sensibility come about in the first place? Because I mean you're winds are so distinguished I mean from a taste perspective as well as a visual perspective. So how did how did this kind of daring to be different come about? I. Mean I think like so many other stories you've probably heard that we've all heard you know by accident frankly the first sort of you know I wouldn't call it avant-garde but departure or sort of more racy label that we. Produce what's called the prisoner and the that label came about because of the two thousand harvest and how difficult it was and in. The long story very short. I had some wines I liked and I had some wines I didn't lake and add some winds that I was probably going to. I. Threw them all together and it made a great wine. Kind of better to be lucky than good and I needed the label and Images a Francisco etching that was a gift for my parents when I was thirteen and so my brother at the time was dabbling in graphic design and he kinda through the sunset in the background and in the name of the artwork is called it's called the little prisoner, but I just called it the prisoner and it's the actual size and put it on a bottle and that Was it and by had more people including my father-in-law well, who's dating off time who's in the wine business I mean almost yelling at me to not do this. It's suicide. No one's GONNA. Get it. No one's GonNa like it and you know it ended up being a huge success huge time was three hundred and eighty five cases. But by the time I sold that brand Eight years later it was almost one hundred thousand cases. So you know we we got we got lucky there but what that allowed for answer the larger question is you know it's kind of that winning cheers everything you know a kind of mentality and and I feel like the success of the Bra of that brand. And it was immediate. So we got to see firsthand it was it was kind of a crazy ride and it sort of gave us the license to now go do it again. So the next label we did there again now looks you know it's probably our most stoic label is the mercury had taverny labeled. It's simply a mercury had died and I did that because As a kid, I was you know embarrassing I was a little bit nerdy maybe and I had a coin collection and I love Mercury head dimes and and so I took a piece of tape can sometimes you can have these what you think are great ideas for wine label and then it just doesn't translate literally onto the bottle it just doesn't look on a bottle so i. took a piece of tape and taped it on and like Kinda squinted make the tape go away for a second and then unbelievably I I was able to get label a cruel from at the time it was the ATF and still have the facts somewhere. So long ago it was. and. So that was. That was our second sort of label, and then it just went into pappy on and then it just continued and it really became you know. We I really enjoyed challenging. You know myself and my crew. So it really became a challenge to constantly you know dig deeper and you know never trying to shock and awe that's never it's quite the opposite some I'm very respectful and proud of the craft and winemaking another winemakers and sort of the entire community. But I definitely want people to think a little bit and. You know an old wise farm dugway who I care about deeply, and it's been a bit of a mentor the last twenty five years. Years ago he said to me you know if ten percent of the people out there hate my guts I'm doing something right you. You're never GONNA try if you're trying to please everybody you know first and foremost you gotta please yourself. You gotta I have to be happy with the label and in to me if if it's if if I if I'm happy with it. All all. accept. Any criticism, all own and you know I think that's important and I think. Once, we started going down that sort of path of these different, stylistically different labels than traditional labels. I don't know probably..

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Russians hacked Ukrainian firm connected to impeachment

Morning Edition

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Russians hacked Ukrainian firm connected to impeachment

"Russian military hackers targeted the company at the center of president trump's impeachment charisma where is my you will remember is Ukrainian kommt Ukrainian conglomerate hunter Biden served on it's board president trump later pushed Ukraine to investigate hunter Biden and his father Joe Biden now a California based security firm called area one says this fall Russian hackers succeeded in getting into Burris miss email system or talk which is the co founder of area one and he work for the National Security Agency from two thousand six to two thousand thirteen good morning Sir good morning what have you and we're happy to have you here what is your company find evidence of exactly this so what we've uncovered is that the same Russian cyber actors who targeted the DNC in two thousand sixteen have been actively launching fishing campaign against employees of recent holdings and its subsidiaries at the try to steal their email user names and passwords okay tell us about these Russian hackers this is the G. are you right yeah they're they're fully with the Russian government they have a long history of conducting attacks against Mr how could you still there Warren how could you still there the one which is the co founder of area one and he is talking to us about the G. R. U. Russian hackers infiltrating per is not the Ukrainian energy company Mr mistrust let me have you continue the G. R. U. these are Russian hackers they infiltrated the Democratic National Committee and the the Clinton campaign at one point now you're saying that they have infiltrated charisma the Ukrainian energy company was it was the attack successful well the first thing was certainly a successful and in ninety five percent of the time when their damages in cyber security it's as a result the fishing and once you have the user names and passwords for employees email account there's quite a lot that can be done you can observe all of the pizza that contained within your email imagine you know if I could just see what's in your email you know files are you can also launch further acticin canteens and you can use that data to do quite a lot to move throughout the companies that work do you know what the Russian hackers were looking for in burrs Missy mills no we don't make any claims about that what we observe is that he's fishing attacks were successful we in our report because of some great **** to explain why fishing campaigns are successful because they use an air of authenticity in that authenticity is very successful at tricking users to come on winning victims for the use separate campaigns so we do know though or what we assume we know is that Russian hackers have got emails from the employees of this Ukrainian conglomerate that we could say for certain we're sure of what we know is that they were able to access the user names and passwords okay for the employees of reefer and from there you know they're able to proceed likely what's in those accounts come to the attention of your firm this is the mission of our company is to stop texting attacks around the world and in doing so we pull technology allows us to discover the origins of campaigns as well as to learn from those so that our customers can be protected I wonder at companies are repelling phishing attacks all of the time I think we we know that at this point Christmas is such a major player in the energy sector do you think this is could be a random attempt on an obvious target well it's the it's certainly the timing of it as it's related to the upcoming two thousand twenty elections is curious who you know we we don't make it we don't have any understanding of that okay given your expertise you mention the twenty twenty campaign what can the campaign's due to guard against these types of intrusions well the candidates as well it all works and organizations can be corrected with taking action to stop itching attacks that means the use of specialized technology awareness for their employees and really learning from the types of patterns that make what the Russians did to Greece Moffett Dick it unsuccessful in country several networks okay so everyone's got to be careful Orin focal it's of the security firm area one thank you so much and I should know the last night in PR asked for a comment from Bristol holding so we're still waiting for a

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"orin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"orin" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"orin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"orin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Beat the Mariners yesterday three to one Mets were off. And they have placed pitcher Stephen Matt's on the ten day injured list because of continued nerve pain in his pitching arm. Here's your forecast, cloudy skies force here. Overnight slight chance for showers. Temperatures drop into the mid fifties. Better chance for showers rumbles offenders, we head through the day Friday and into Friday evening, it'll be warmer with afternoon. Highs lows seventies cloudy cooler upper sixties Saturday. I'm meteorologist Ken Boone from the Weather Channel on seven ten w o. Your next update's at three breaking news. At once. Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six until ten this morning. I'm sue Guzman on seven ten W O Orin NBC News Radio station. Rain. George Noory, call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eighty two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype used Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory. And what with anthropologist Brian Fagin talking about his works fishing. And then the little ice age are gonna come back in a moment and take your calls on coast to coast AM synthetic identity theft occurs. When a criminal creates an identity instead of stealing one an existing one. The scam involves mixing to real social security numbers fake numbers. With other pieces of vital information like names addresses and birthdates, and they create an entirely new identity and then file fake tax.

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"orin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"orin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Says among all voters seventy percent would vote for a gay man with forty six percent of Republicans specifically in agreement. I'm James flippin w. It's any Weather Channel forecast up next. Wwl news time eight three you're my last resort. Always happy to help, sir. I'd like to do some spring cleaning. But I'm not sure of the official days days for spring cleaning. Yeah. I got great news ungloved some great news when it comes to cleaning spring is a feeling it's not a specific time only, if you're planning a garden spring is a feeling yes, sir. It's a blue sky clean air birds on the branches and Bs on the flowers kind of feelings. I'm not feeling one hundred got junk to do it for you. We'll bring the springtime with us. You can do that. All you have to do is point. Who are you more? We make junk disappear. Oh, you have to do is point. We work until midnight seven days a week. We can be there ninety minutes. Then what are you waiting for? Let's get this party. Started running com. One eight hundred jump dot com. W O R news time eight oh, four sports mats are hosting the Cincinnati Reds taking an early lead in the fourth now. One to nothing they expect to have injured second baseman Robinson back in the lineup later this week in MRI on his left hand came back negative and the Yankees are opening up a two game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Warm Weather Channel forecast. Looks a little rainy the rest of the week at times it's going to try to warm up at least overnight cloudy. Sunrise temperature near fifty on an offering showers and overcast Wednesday a high in the mid fifties. Warmer Thursday with a good chance of thunderstorms and highs in the mid seventies. I'm meteorologist Mark sibito. From the Weather Channel on seven ten wer your next f dated dime. Breaking news at one. Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six until ten tomorrow morning. I'm sue Guzman on seven ten W O Orin NBC, News Radio station, your one thousand dollars. Dow text the nationwide keyword talk to two hundred you'll get a confirmation, text and info standard data and message. Drake's apply in this nationwide. Contest that's talk to two hundred two hundred ten governor. You are now W O R tonight with Joe Concha and lease wheel on seven. I should tell our millions listening out there in the New York. New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, the chemical tristate included a four state state area. Let's just include them all quite straining. A lot of calls from places. Yeah. Speaking of call eight hundred three to one zero seven ten eight hundred three to one zero seven ten I just had not the whole thing if the wife is listening. I just nibbled around the edges Honey bun every one of those. I was watching it something what was Honey bun. Yeah. Ending machines. Yeah. I never get anything. Admission. You don't usually I had chicken around like five thirty wasn't enough. No. Yeah. A little sugar to get me through this hour. I need carbs carbs. My wife would beg to differ with you on that. Oh, she thinks. I'm in my second trimester. Like, this isn't what I signed up for.

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"orin" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"orin" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's right. And we don't do that. Yeah. I've had there's a company called safe graph. And like, I know named Orin Hoffman who runs that company, and I've had a number of conversations with him about this rise of the data company. And I guess, you know, there's data companies that have been around for a long time. But relative to how many data sets are out there that will be very useful is not like a marketplace for data sets like there's not like the AWS data sets. At least that I know of possessing seem surprising to you like why are there not more like data repositories? I think part of the problem is that all his data vendors like to keep their data close their hearts because for them. It's their main means of making money, and that's why you have the vast majority of vests variety rather of different formats, and you know, different types of data. And it's a very interesting question. And it's very. Hard problem. I think to solve just based on everything I know now about data at least in commercial real estate like is what makes it so hard to solve just the fact that all this companies are not really incentivized in opening Oblate information or bringing it to a format where you can just bootstrap this. Marketplace of data not at least to my knowledge. How do they build a proprietary edge in this data like how're they how did these data aggregate, these proprietary data aggregate? Here's get proprietary data. Like, what are what's an example of of some interesting data company? You've heard about CBRE, for example, is is a big company. And I think that they just cultured a ton of their own proprietary information about the about the assets, they have there are some comes C bear stands for what? Oh, I actually don't know what they stand for. But our is definitely real estate. But there are some companies that make partnerships with operators who operate buildings and then gather and capture their information. I guess that's how they strap the the sources how do you figure out what you data sources are more trustworthy? Well, there is the back testing that we perform on our models, and we're trying to understand what kind of wait a certain day. Sources you know made in the decision than understanding. Whether the information was correct or not it's a variety of ways to do that you cross compare the sources to each other. And like if two data sources are pointing at one direction on the third of this pointing into completely different direction that is a good indicator things like that..

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"orin" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"orin" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"You know, one trick ponies one hit wonders, I'm not talking about that those are flutes. We can't depend on flukes lead. We've got to have a process, so that's the intention -ality. And then the other part of that is the clarity because, you know, taking consistent action every day, and we all work with people that are busy, you know, but they are making gains because they're not clear on what they're trying to do. So when I call intention alley is clarity, coupled with intention knowing what you wanna do taking consistent action every day. The second part of that equation is three things that are really important leaders consistently do every day, and I talk about inspiration culture and emotion inspiration. Trump's motivation inspiration is motivation of the power of purpose. Very important with the workforce that we lead. Today culture is the engine that. Lives everything if you wanna think about it. You know, inspirations the fuel culture is the engine and a culture's been a really big area of opportunity for speakers and writers who can solves because nobody exactly agrees. What it is. I say culture is everything we think and believe that results in what we do in chief main think about it. It's not as what we think if we don't believe what management telling us, what leadership's telling us, it affects the actions, we take in the results that we achieve so cultures the engine and the output, and this is huge in customer service. My friends pining Gilmore, I think the world of those two guys they wrote the experience economy years ago, and they really opened our eyes to the idea that is not about your commodities products or services, but the experience you create for customers I've taken that a step further. I now think it isn't the experience that we have. But how we feel about it? And that people don't recommend her of movies. They liked the. Recommend movies they love. So the book is going to talk about how to design for in deliver positive emotion because that's the new outcome. I wanna feel right about my choice of vendor. I wanna feel a fabulous about an entertainment event. I wanna feel good about my kids education. And so it's not about being self absorbed in touchy feely stuff. It's a very practical way to look at. How do we design for an experience that creates the kind of emotions that we want our customers to have that is feeling more successful. And better that they've chosen us than our competition. So there you have it. It's a synopsis. There's a lot more in the books. Don't think he can get away with just listening. That's how you sell so many. I get it. Now. Thank you for that preview. We really appreciate it. Yes, for sure. And I can't wait to now. Now, I'm on pins and needles about what the titles actually going to be. So you created suspense. There you go. Well, mark. This was fantastic. Thank you so much for joining us, and for all of your wisdom, and as people want to know more, and of course, want to know when the books out and things like that. How can they find out that information Mark Sanborn dot com, and they are K S A N B O, Orin Merck's more Duncombe links you to all things in terms of ideas, and blogs and videos product. So I hope your listeners will visit. I'm sure they will. And we'll make sure those are all in the show nuts as well. So thank you so much for joining us have a great one, Mark or Geneva. Thanks. It's been great talking with you. Thank you are his fantastic, cruciate it so genie. Yes. It a work dropped all this wisdom on leadership and customer service and customer experience, and you know, being extrordinary, but the thing that's been sitting with me as his comment that no one gets to the top of Mount Everest by accident. I love that. That I love that. And I'm also thinking if you ever do find yourself at the top of Mount Everest by accident, really gone terribly wrong. Yeah. On off the rails for you..

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Endangerment, Twitter and Orin Wolf discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:24 min | 4 years ago

Endangerment, Twitter and Orin Wolf discussed on WDRC

"The usda hhs the ad council tennessee woman is charged with child endangerment for transporting to children in pet kennels inside her car in ninety five degree heat a memphis police affidavit shows sixty two year old damone cheeks says there was no room in the car so she suggested these seven and eight year old children get inside the kennels the children tell police they got hot as there was no air conditioning and iconic restaurant known for breakfast has people wondering about a name change some things are mainstays water is wets the sky is blue and i hop stands for international house of pancakes well maybe not that last one anymore after setting social media ablaze with speculation with its post on twitter and facebook last week i hop is revealing all today the post which said the sixty year old restaurant would be flipping the pe in its name to a b got people talking wondering if the beasted for breakfast brunch or bacon change the name if you must but don't go messing with rudy tutti fresh and fruity okay guys tanya jaipur hours fox news the seventy second annual tony awards were sunday night the biggest winner the band's visit taking home ten trophies producer orin wolf gave the acceptance speech for best musical the band's visit us it gives people hope and makes borders disappear although the characters are strangers to each other with great political divides our show offers.

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