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"rafy" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

08:40 min | 6 months ago

"rafy" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Did a lot of money. That's you should. that's what you should focus. And and that's the time you can you. Can you can make a lot of money and if you walk in in the right way as a dentist and as a business you can make a lot of lot of money so this selling of your practice will be only a bonus. I mean. it's not money that you you depends on now. I'll tell you one thing i in. In in the fifteen years of my experience in dentistry. I was involved in a lot of selling selling and buying dental practices and today today. It's very hard to build a to sell a reputation for for for a lot of money. I mean it's it's not easy. I mean you. You mentioned that a lot of lot of accounting and evaluate the practice with one million two million. When you wanna sell it. Nobody willing to pay the price but the best way to do to to sell a practice reputation. It's to adapt young dentists or young kid as you call it and you're not to work with him to work with them a few years and and to to let him by the your reputation the problem. The only problem is is to find the right. The right dentist. The right guy young dentists and you need a lot of luck in this in this situation so i always i return and said again make commodity. Make good money in your career. it's it's much easier than to find the right. Dentist young dentists. That will buy your your dental practice. I know we've gone over an hour. And i thank you so much for For this interview I still have a few more questions. Can i ask a couple overtime questions. You you talked about that you would pay a high genus on productivity and you would pay your associate dennis productivity as opposed to hourly wage and that would have more skin on the what about staff to you recommend staff bonuses. Do you think motivates or staff of course of course by the way in my book in my book there was all this kind of pain and you have to pay you have to pay your stuff bonuses and look you have to have your staff with motivation. A to make the sale to make the sale to not lose in the the the patient and nobody invent auto way then then to pay bonuses now. It's very simple. It's very simple. A you. Doing an average i dunno one hundred thousand a months. And you tell your stuff okay. That's the average you get. I don't know twenty five bucks hour. I don't know what the salary of over there. You pay them our and you tell them when we make win practice make hundred and fifty you get the bonus on five hundred and when the breakfast makes two hundred you make one thousand dollar bonus. I mean they have to work with they. They have to work with the bone bonuses. Says they have to know every day. What's the cell stern over. You have to say a a. You have to set goals monthly goals and to to ask them to achieve these goals. You know i said. I say when your staff a work without knowing what's the cells turnover every day of of the man's. It's like a basketball basketball player that plays without knowing the score. I mean it's it's wrong that your staff doesn't know they don't know if you had a good man or bed man's day should they should walk with girls and with bonuses and i say i said again what i said before eights how a business organization work and how then practice should work. I could listen to you for forty days and forty nights I really enjoyed your book. Enjoyed everything Oh this all to rafy fisher My gosh thank you roffe for fixing this up and everything and My gosh you got your work cut out. Its dentistry is getting more and more competitive. I think the need for consultants is going to go off the The charts and two. That's good for me. That's good for me. And i gotta tell the young kids you know when you this month. America's gonna have six t five hundred new dentist graduate from dental school this month. And when you come out of school. I just wanna remind all the kids at you became a doctor in dentistry. You still don't know shit about legal. Don't sign some contract without a lawyer. You don't know anything about real estate. Don't sign some five year lease on a real estate building and my gosh. Here's i'm not saying gabrielle is an old man. But there's guys out there that knows so much more than you about everything in business and don't reinvent the wheel get his book. It's only had five star ratings on amazon. Gosh is called. Turn your dental practice into a successful business. And what's also interesting with. gabriel is. This is Time-tested in several several countries around the world humans are humans dentistry dentistry. And i think business geometry and economics and calculus are the same anywhere you go around the world so focused on the dentistry. Because those who can do and those who can't teach and you just finish eight years being taught by dentists who don't own their own practice so get out there and learn the business or you're never gonna be profitable while you do gabrielle. Thank you so much for spending an hour of your life with me today. Talking to my home as it was an honor to podcast you. Dan q- it's my pleasure. I want i want when you come the next time to israel we go for dinner and and i would have to meet you. Well actually right now. I'm on a liquid diet so you have to take me to the bar. I can only do beer even better. Thanks i wanna. I wanna say something for the end of the this podcast. I wanna say something. I think it's very easy to succeed. As i mean when we come to dental practices and would we double and triple the sales and profit to profit in.

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"rafy" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"rafy" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

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"rafy" Discussed on The Better

The Better

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"rafy" Discussed on The Better

"Donald for example. How is house tracer kind of integrating with telehealth? Now Great Point, and you know we talked about this a little bit but you know what? This whole pandemic crisis allowed us to do, and our group is bought into the idea of an day one. We need accelerate ninety cell right right that. Yeah woman hide. Which is the worst thing you can do in my opinion you come out of this, and now you're behind the eight ball by three, four, five, six months. Is Not a good thing to do I believe that during rises accelerate, but it also take the blinders off right. Here in the day, grind all the time man. And allowed to take the blinders off and focus on things that when we're in the day to day, grind couldn't focused on and telehealth being a big. Shoes PS, and so our largest client now, our Co.. Dr Diong. Who brought us into the motion system he said, he said Berry look I need a solution because our senior population is isolated they can't see our clinicians today. So how can we saw for that right and so he didn't allow us to have these conversations in these conversations with these different markets being athletics now senior and pt about what the real needs are not just during the moving forward in there. and. So we've. Within the next two to four weeks, we'll have a fully baked integrative telehealth platform built into. Trey Zor. It allows us to have that true connectivity and I caught it connected platform Rafy because I think that telehealth is an ambiguous term is you know exactly I could mean everything. Yeah. Could mean anything right and it's like is there was a really able ultimately I don't performance based Healthcare Base Rehab as it's about connecting people and whether as peer to peer and be able to to say how to compare it by other fifteen year old buddy competing against an performance based. Activity or how compare norms is a senior falls or how do I connect to my clinician performance coach fitness coach remotely from all you know it has to be broad and it does not just telehealth is the ability to connect people, organizations, payers, and specialists they need support from remotely, right? Yeah. I. Think one of the huge huge positives this whole thing is that where for a long time it has been regional, right? Like if you needed to go see the best P. T. or the best sports guy in the world you got in a plane you flew to go see him. You know now with something like telehealth tracer integrating you've got. Right in the comfort of your living room right literally and I ended up listen I am. This district been really beneficial for me. Personally Excite I. Don't see myself on screen looking at you. You know Again betrays dirt, but it's funny I. I never enjoyed it. I never felt comfortable with Raffi, and now we've been forced to do it. Right everybody has been as beautiful thing is your point is that now on Wednesday nights we have thirty five or forty, the PT's and CEO's of every organization of world on a call and we see their face..

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"rafy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"rafy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"rafy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To me that I'm going on vacation in a couple of days. This is a book. I'm going to be reading on vacation because. It talks about how we are missing. How people are feeling. And I mean, how do you get somebody to drink red bull when it's horrible? I mean it's horrible. I've had one and still gave it to me. And it made me feel like crap, but, but as good it doesn't taste good. It's off almost the charm of it in some weird way. How I don't know. There's other competitors like the new monster rain stuff is really good. Taste delicious, so Rory Sutherland is a, an adman. He writes, the spectators Wiki, man column. He also presents for the BBC radio four in, in England his TED talks have, you know, like seven million views, and he is the author of alchemy and we welcome to the program. Hi, rory. How are you? Thank you, very much you bad. I'm fascinated by what you've what you found, and where we're headed give me some of the gimme some of the highlights here, first, let's start with red bull. How do you get people to drink red bull when it tastes like garbage? This is the same thing if you sat down in that it will compete, rational, people who said we won't to drink to compete because. The first thing they say is okay, you'll you drink has to taste nice. It's gonna call Smith's them. Coca should come into being Cadmus people. Get great value for money. With the most successful competitive coke in financial. Probably being this very expensive drink in a tiny cabin pace kind of horrible. Not kind of myself say this daily, I really quite enjoy it. Everything perception is affected, not just by reality, like context, and so if you'll promises that you'll drink has kind of medicinal psychoactive POWs, the fact that tastes with is the disadvantage. It's actually kind of proof punt. Case, by the way that diet. Think from zero is deliberately made taste a little bit more than ordinary coke. If the small off we believe it Saddad print. So does this is this. We're these things planned, for instance, did the people at red bull, did they did they instinctively know this, or scientifically, no this that they had to make it tastes like dog crap. It's thing I think, in a lot of success in capitalism of accidental. Right. So, you know off the question, you probably know that can be put next to in shops, because the argument is that children pass to that parents Tobia wrecked my shoes that originally didn't have to plan. All happened is people noticed that if you had next to you. So kind. Even price in capitalism, I think which is much more free market, capitalism, capitalism, that we think, is a process of discovering what it is people won't we also don't fully know. We don't have introspective access to. All right. And was all about preferences, very large problem. I think of consumer capitalism, opposes of experimentation and selection kind of thing, and I think. One example, I find fascinating. Is that Google? That'd be on this day. Google is very good that it's anything of right? Kevin psychological trick in the sense that at the time everybody else was trying to pull. They put sports schools, whether they breaking news, Google, just out of CYP spa into right now, actually psychologically. That's very astute. Because there's a known thing in psychology. Cool, the Jacksonville trades heuristic, which is that we tend to think with something that does one thing is something that does multiple things I've often thought I've often thought Rory that page also lens, Google credibility, because you're not associating it with anything other than information that your looking for. So I never see an ad that for something that I like or don't like I never see a news story that I like or don't like it seems neutral, even though it's not. I really I think very simplicity of the thing is, like, logic brilliant. However, I think the reason for its implicity isn't intentional. It was simply Larry page at the time wasn't very good at coding HTML. It was kind of been. Oh. Quite often. I think what happens dice, this interesting case in terms of the vacuum cleaner. I think that in terms of what makes us accessible innovation. We probably pay too much credit to technology, and too little psychology. Dice. I think the magic comes in the fact that the thing is transparent, and you could actually see the you'll removing real flow. I think the Brigham psychologically inside is simply that waiting for a cab waiting taxi, is that that's frustrating. If you can see where it is. I you know, I had no idea that this came from a JAMES BOND, film, or what somebody watching it, can you explain the story of how this came about one of the was Canadian what often won't goldfinger, and engulfing, if you remember it, this stuff, they bombed, I think, is trekking through the Swiss out, go finger is in a Rolls, Royce, which is made of gold, smuggling gold out of the country, and bombed has to try and there's a little map a moving map in the face of his after ABC six. I'm on the map is dealt which enables him to go just call while remaining out of sight. That is. Canadian guy watching this something like ten years ago that and said that side should work when you order a taxi. Wow. That's brilliant. A multibillion dollar decision. There. View, make the case that we don't value things. We are a society of things and you say, we don't value things. We value their meaning. Yes. I think that's absolutely true. Which is that economics is rob a barrel visible discipline, because he plays everything is, if it's a commodity, it seems exactly will be try bunch value. We attached to it just the way making the date now. In, in between what something is, and how we see it. A whole of guy on Comtex Timoci perceive. It's something can seem expensive cheap, by the way in time dependent on what you compare it to. There's a famous example, rose Royce, mas-, Rafy, stopped exhibiting that 'cause they have cautious because four hundred thousand dollar comics in saying the expensive of the call show. 'cause y'all at craft shows everything changes lives at the four hundred thousand dollar car is the impulse buy candy. Pammy of the cash. Register the away I have a couple of those. Well, yeah, so I was I will miss spread things. It's quite expensive coffee. If you compare it to grind coffee. It's a cheap coffee. If you compare it to stop up so Rory. I was I was against Donald Trump during the election, and I'm a conservative in, in, in radio here in television in America. But I was against him and I could not understand how my audience was flunking to him. Until after the election, and I started asking the question that I would've asked any of my friends who were acting, you know, erratically and saying, I believe in this, but then I'm going to go vote for this, and I started asking the question what's happening in your life, then I began to understand how people felt and I know facts don't care about feelings but feelings, especially now in politics are playing the critical role. It's how because people on both sides, and I think all over Europe and in England with Brexit. There are those people in Brexit that are racist. But there are also those who feel like they've been left behind not listen to they're losing their culture, and they don't agree. Agree with what's going on? But nobody's listening to them, and I don't care what side you're on. But that is a big motivator, I think all around the world right now. Are these people who feel nobody's listening to me? I don't matter. Actually, the that fading of the tach mother's. You might goal the technocratic elites use the standard they all to blame for that happening. Yes. Probably problem is not necessarily them being the classic all in being late. It's all the same way. People who are very similar in terms of education quarrel similar in terms of that background. And that see to understand someone who's life. Experience is different from that Ryan. Seems makes pretty bad. I think that Trump is in many ways a genius. I think he's instinctive, you might expect this the real estate industry, but he's been stink sales of a remarkable kind if you take something like we're gonna build a wall, that's concretization. In other words, what you say is you, you actually take what you're aiming fall, and you literally make concrete this now, if actually. Respond to listen to ever integration. She'd say something like we're going to hold constructive type discussions with to them today allies. Thing his ability, I think to connect, I want to say is a billion with a private jets. To connect with a fall wide up Trump should people than Hillary, I think he is remarkable and fascinating. I'm not entirely in favor of old on probably more forgiving than most European. Aw. Yeah. I also do welcome. The fact that he's from slightly different mental mold based. Cost of sensually on number of those bowl and economic questions, they come to think the same way. And I think you're exactly right. And I I've begun to understand him and even appreciate some of the things that he does I would love to have you back Rory of do ever come to the United States. I have I would love to sit down and talk to you, because I I'm very concerned, I'm a I guess, an anti fan in some ways of Edward Bernez. And we are entering time now of, of these corporations, you know, for instance, Amazon, they are so driven on data. They say that when they can predict us at ninety five percents. They're going to stop being really a, a catalog online and more of just a delivery service. They're just going to be delivering stuff to us before we even order it. You look on approval that Rex to send us thing, that's correct. Asian. We'll send it back. So there's we're entering this time between Facebook Google Amazon, where I'm not sure that who's leading who advertising is going to change dramatically, and it concerns me, and I'd love to have a conversation with you, would you would you come back. Because what we tend to think was impartial. Sub shows choosing to buy online, all, for example, and how Brigham online, because it's numeric digital, we tend to see it as being impulsive objective actually all those things carry with the producers of the people who the unconscious, but many cases of the people who designed the yes. The UK because if you take Google navigation. Gives you an option of troubling something about public Trump's bolt all you can make the same journey by now in Europe just outside London the logical way to get central to this, you drive to a nearby railway station. And then the pain, do this, because it's to California to understand driving somewhere, then catching try right? Cases, the way in which things designed carry with them, a loss of I'm conscious assumptions about wolf, a good decision as may not be too, Rory. I buy, I've got to let you go, but I really thank you. And I hope that we can spend some more time together because I think you are brilliant in on the, the cutting edge of the future and and the consequences in what's happening right now. Rory Sutherland in the name of the book is out Comey. Glenn.

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"rafy" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"Found. There's been. I don't know. How do I talk about it? That's such a good show. But I'm having trouble talking about why it's so good. That makes sense. I mean, I think part of what he's good at is kind of like evolving the show like, yes, that's true. He doesn't makes it very conscious effort to do that to bring mean like bring on new people new people in like new segments and just kind of keep things fresh up new inside joke sort of like jokes Reynolds time, but they don't run forever that they they sort of like loop or he has like inside jokes with a lot of his regular guests. Yeah. There's like a a a lower cannon that builds up. Yeah. For a lot of frequent frequent gifts and the inside jokes are kind of apart. Let's party what's fun about it. As like when you've been listening for a while. You start to like feel like you're like in on the inside jokes of the show, which is always fun because inside jokes are always fun. But like I would say as a point of entry for anyone they do best of shows every year for part of that he hosts polyp Tompkins who's one of my favorite guests. But it's pretty much always playing a character of some kind. Except for the best of where he he just is with Scott, and they go through the top like ten of ten to fifteen episodes and play clips from all of them. And it's really nice as a point of entry especially because like. I think the spirit of the show can not be hard to get into. But like, it's not immediately obvious. What's going on when you're listening to it and like wet during the best he like explains like who's playing what character and? Like sometimes gives some background on where the idea for the character came from because it's really interesting because like some people like Thomas middle ditch who's a an excellent improviser and Ben Schwartz actually both of them. Basically do this thing when they come on where they just like make up a name of silly sounding name and play character based on that. And that's like all they have beforehand, and then there'll be people who like Skains will usually like come up with more of an idea and like kind of build up an idea for their character. And what kind of what they want to do with it beforehand? And then but still take it wherever it goes. They won't be like hard hard fast and stuck on that. So yeah, there's there's a wide range of characters. Sometimes it's like totally fake people's nice people do. What's the word? Impersonations Sunday impressions. Yes. One thing fell head coma. Yellow face, the impressions of famous people. Yes. It has all kinds of like levels of like experience. Yeah. That's the other nice thing about it is like he'll have his guest range in like level of fame from people. You've never heard of to Conan O'Brien, and I've heard of a lot of like smaller shows and stuff from comedy, bang bang, and what people are plugging in like like, a great example of that is the jillion dollar properties, which was on C. So rest in peace. But that was the show that Paul Tompkins started. And then like many all the rest of the cast like Ryan gull, drew Tarver tawny. Newsome? Tim Balts Mendel Mon are like all our world relatively frequent. Comedy bang, bang, especially while the show is going on because they were promoting a lot, and they're all so fucking hilarious. And I still I love that show and hope that season for gets released at some point somewhere because I would watch it. But yeah, you get to get to hear about a lot of different stuff from projects from just like funny people you might not have known before. And also like, you know, someone like Andy Daly who is the kind of actor that like you've definitely seen in something because he's been in a lot of stuff, but you might not like have ever seen him star in anything. He plays a lot of different characters on comedy, bang, bang, and has had several episodes where he plays multiple of them at once, and like is just incredibly talented like true, like truly incredible improviser and. Like, you don't just really improv. It's given me such an appreciation for improv just like as a form of comedy. 'cause I think that people don't get to see it a lot because it's usually for for longtime. It was basically done at live shows because by its nature. It's like exist for that one night. And then it's gone. Yeah. Because it's all improvised. But like, this is a really nice, just like encapsulation. And then it builds on it self over because you like build up this lore with recurring characters. So it's like improv shows can go like crazy places over the course of like one show from just someone saying some Hendra Mark, and they like latch onto that. And then hold onto that for the rest of the show like for the run of the show, the next countries on they have to like reference, those other things and hold on all of this. It's just great. And I like I went to see middle Schwartz Stu there. Two man, improv show in LA. A couple of weeks ago because they were advertising it on comedy, bang bang. And it was great. And I want to try and see more improv shows since I live near LA now. But. It's just good. It's just a good show. It's been around forever. And there's reason it's been so successful. There's a lot of actors and comedians that I feel like there are things. I never would have known that. They could do if it wasn't for comedy, bang bang. Exactly Thomas metal ditch being a great example. Because the first time I really paid attention. But was on Silicon Valley where he plays like pretty straight laced. I mean, he's very funny. But he's not like, you don't get a sense for like how ridiculous. Yes. Yeah. Which is wonderful. He's like he's one of my absolute favorites. Jason Zukas too. Yeah. The only thing I ever knew him from was the league. And he also tends to always play characters like Rafy from the league. He's just like kinda gross and. Yeah. And and weird. I don't know. Why exact I think his voice really fits? Well facial. I don't know. But he's also really really talented improviser and just like very funny person. Yeah. Paul Tompkins to love Paul Tompkins. Then. Describing I feel like I'm more aware of what makes it unique. Which is that really true, improv thread and commitment to it and tons really nice. It's I've never listened to it. It's one of those things I think for me that there's so much of it. I feel like I'm not sure where to jump in totally get the that's why I would highly recommend like the ten hour Soden. Soden? No, that's not a lot of references to like it's just based on like fan favorites. So there's a lot of inside jokes and references to old episodes in that. But I think the best are really good place to start. I think that I would say from like twenty fourteen or twenty fifteen on they really like the best of our the the show in general really picked up for me. I think before that it's not that it's bad before that. But I think there's like still some problematic stuff earlier on the show because it was like two thousand nine and the, you know, like shock common not like shot comedy. What's what I'm looking for is that what it's called? I. It was kind of more of a fad ten years ago. Like they'll say like retarded on ironically and earlier like really early on. And there are some like. But I think that the show has grown a lot from that time. Yeah. And I think especially Scott argument has become a lot more aware of issues like that. Yeah. I think it would be good. Actually, I guess I could save that till the end to recommend other like good episodes that I think are good entry points or exit. Good examples for the show. Yeah. Locates links. Yeah. That'd be helpful for not just me. I'm sure other people find themselves in this position as well. I and next week is the six hundred episode the days that comes out the day after this episode six hundred hours. But usually usually for the hundred they have either it's like Jason Manziel's Nandy daily or they have a just a ton of people on like a whole bunch of guests to a big celebration style. Could just release the ten hour one. Oh, wow. Big and bold. That's what I think of cool great job band. Great. Sometimes a nice, what am I what a fricken nice. What a frigging classic. Oh. And I do want to mention the older episodes are behind pay while you have Stitcher premium to the whole archive, but they do this really cool thing where they have a few episodes that are just like not behind the pay wall that are older federal like fan favorites. Like, all of the episodes of the farts, and procreation episodes are the very famous ones with Adam Scott Harrison, Chelsea Peretti are out from behind the pay wall. And then just like other really popular ones from like really early on all the way through like the five hundred 's are are out, which is nice. Yeah. To do. I think probably another decent place to start. If you're like a little. Secretion Innis will yet just like generally if they're if they're old they're out from behind the pay while they're probably good. Good one. Yeah. For sure. Cool. I was looking at Scott crimines tumbler in laughing at all the pictures. Are you talking? Our Amri me. I know. I know we talked about that really funny. 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"rafy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Some airline passengers in Kalamazoo noticing that TSA agents and airline workers affected by the government shutdown are more optimistic. Yeah. There was definitely some energy there and some good moods. More conversations than officer FA employees, previously furloughed or working without pay are being told we'll get their back pay as early as next week the president threatens to shut down the government again in less than three weeks. If congress does not approve funding for a wall at the border. Congressional Democrats say they will not do that. It's already freezing in the upper midwest and later this week by the time we get into Wednesday morning Minneapolis has a forecast. Low temperature and twenty two below zero Chicago by Wednesday morning looks like a we have a predicted low temperature seventeen below meteorologist Richard bond. Weather prediction service, scattered power outages, leaving some homes without heats notably in Wisconsin, armed and dangerous. Police in Louisiana looking for a twenty one year old man, they say killed both his parents and three other people including his girlfriend centrum perish Cherif. Rob webber? Bobby weapons. This is probably. I would say one of the worst domestic violence incidents. I've seen in quite a while for a young man to walk into a bedroom and kill his mother and his father, please do confirm to KOTA thrill is considered armed and dangerous. Police believe headed east at the Australian Open today a dominant performance by the dominant male tennis player in the world Novak Djokovic demolished Rafy. The Dow hitting thirty four winners and making just nine unforced errors on the way to a straight-sets victory in the final of the Australian Open after the win Djokovic told.

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"rafy" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on Get Up!

"Dunkers the world job rant and Kentucky. Coach John Calipari. Get up with US Super bowl week. Starting Monday Easter on ESPN. That's to be fun. And by then we will also have crowned this year's champions at the tralian open yesterday. The second men semi with Robin dollar waiting either Novak Djokovic or Lucas who we which is not only name, but an apt description of his performance in this match yesterday joke. They're putting away the first set six love and just twenty three minutes. Third-set now Jovic just dominating throughout the action. And you'll see a lengthy rally here Jovic far court with the add on. We is going to attempt the ever popular between the leg shot is not gonna work out form the way, he's hoping it will take match point here now for Novak Djokovic. And he puts this one away right there. Six love six two six two. He gets a dollar the final Johnny, Matt. What do we have? Got to say that. I'm extremely excited about seeing this final and a couple days between Rossi in. The Dow Novak joke of its this'll be their fifty third meeting the fifteen ton. They played in a grand slam final. Both players have been extremely efficient served exceptionally. Well, which is allow them to be more aggressive and take more chances off the return. The key is well Rafy in the Dow hit that four up to line and control the points in the base. I know Vick joke Vish looking for seventh Australian Open title, this ought to be a whale of a final can't wait to see these two guys go at it. I Jan GATT. You can't ask for better than this. It's the fifteenth time the dollar Djokovic will meet in a grand slam their fifty third meeting. Overall, Djokovic Jones a twenty-seven twenty-five edge dollars one nine of fourteen when they have met at slam. So we have the action coming your way all weekend long starting with the women's championship Osaka and covi-. The winner will be the new number one in the world. It's three thirty AM.

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"rafy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"So it became guilt by association if you played if you've got bigger if you hit a home run opposite field if you hit one thirty rows deep you must be using. But baseball created this. You know, they fought the the Commissioner on testing, and what kind of testing, and unfortunately, you had innocent people who were swept up in this. I don't think Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds innocent. I think you look at Clemens when he was in Boston, and they let him go. They let him go for a reason he was on the decline goes to Toronto. And all of a sudden he's found the fountain of youth and also his trainer. Why would his trainer make that up? Wouldn't you go the other way you would protect Clemens? And you know, I believe that the trainer said what he said, you know, you can say, you know, was the slimy because he collected evidence you can say a lot of different things about his trainer. But I don't think he lied about helping Roger with PD's because Roger went to Toronto. He was a completely different pitch came to the Yankees completely different than he was in Boston size-wise completely different bonds. He was you know, built like olive oil. And then all of a sudden, look like Popeye. And what he was doing how he was doing it. He was doing it at you know, on godly rate, a freakish rape. So I would ask Mitch Williams that Mitch? If I put you under oath and ask you if you think Clements, use steroids Moba say, and the voters have to sort through this in a hopefully, we get past this and see Mitch if you want to call into the program and love to hear from but. Sammy Sosa never tested positive. What what was Sammy's vote total? He got about seven and a half percent. But why you never chest oppose. We're going to, you know, Raphael Palmeiro tested positive the end of his career. Like if we're going to give bonds credit? Well, you know, he was he was a hall of Famer before he started using Rafy. He tested positive at the end of his career. So do we assume that he wasn't using before? No. He was using before do you? Find it weird that bonds and Clemens votes. Go up every year when does cheating, not bother you. How many years to someone someone's cheating in sport cease to bother you? Or is it a younger generation is voting and they weren't personally burned by those guys watching that. I think a younger generation was entertained by these guys on steroids, and they don't have a problem. Whereas I I always think about Hank Aaron whenever I think about bonds being the all time home run champ. I always think about Hank. Aaron my thoughts always come back to him in ever changed in size. You know, he wasn't hitting tape measure shots. He was just the ideal ball player. Did what he had to do for a long period of time and bonds comes along and all of a sudden gets artificially inflated and becomes the all time home run chip. And I feel bad for Hank. Aaron not that he needs my sympathy. But Hank Aaron did it the right way. And Barry Bonds did not see this is all this trend is shaping up. So interesting to for a rod and Alex Rodriguez comes up he's going to be. I mean, he might end up being the first one led in well, Alex. You're you could be right seating. Alex's been on this goodwill tour, that's what's going on. Now that's been happening friends with the media part of the media Sunday night baseball. You know, Dayton jaylo. He just he seems like a completely different guy than the guy was trying to bring down major league baseball at the end of his career. And I do think that he thinks the goodwill this goodwill tour that he's on is going to get him into the hall of fame..

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"rafy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"So it became guilt by association if you played if you've got bigger if you hit a home run opposite field if you hit one thirty rows deep you must be using. But baseball created this. You know, they fought the the Commissioner on testing, and what kind of testing, and unfortunately, you had innocent people who were swept up in this. I don't think Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds innocent. I think you look at Clemens when he was in Boston, and they let him go. They let him go for a reason he was on the decline goes to Toronto. And all of a sudden he's found the fountain of youth and also his trainer. Why would his trainer make that up? Wouldn't you go the other way you would protect Clemens? And you know, I believe that the trainer said what he said, you know, you can say, you know, was the slimy because he collected evidence you can say a lot of different things about his trainer. But I don't think he lied about helping Roger with PD's because Roger went to Toronto. He was a completely different pitch came to the Yankees completely different than he was in Boston size-wise completely different bonds. He was you know, built like olive oil. And then all of a sudden, look like Popeye. And what he was doing how he was doing it. He was doing it at you know, on godly rate, a freakish rape. So I would ask Mitch Williams that Mitch? If I put you under oath and ask you if you think Clements, use steroids Moba say, and the voters have to sort through this in a hopefully, we get past this and see Mitch if you want to call into the program and love to hear from but. Sammy Sosa never tested positive. What what was Sammy's vote total? He got about seven and a half percent. But why you never chest oppose. We're going to, you know, Raphael Palmeiro tested positive the end of his career. Like if we're going to give bonds credit? Well, you know, he was he was a hall of Famer before he started using Rafy. He tested positive at the end of his career. So do we assume that he wasn't using before? No. He was using before do you? Find it weird that bonds and Clemens votes. Go up every year when does cheating, not bother you. How many years to someone someone's cheating in sport cease to bother you? Or is it a younger generation is voting and they weren't personally burned by those guys watching that. I think a younger generation was entertained by these guys on steroids, and they don't have a problem. Whereas I I always think about Hank Aaron whenever I think about bonds being the all time home run champ. I always think about Hank. Aaron my thoughts always come back to him in ever changed in size. You know, he wasn't hitting tape measure shots. He was just the ideal ball player. Did what he had to do for a long period of time and bonds comes along and all of a sudden gets artificially inflated and becomes the all time home run chip. And I feel bad for Hank. Aaron not that he needs my sympathy. But Hank Aaron did it the right way. And Barry Bonds did not see this is all this trend is shaping up. So interesting to for a rod and Alex Rodriguez comes up he's going to be. I mean, he might end up being the first one led in well, Alex. You're you could be right seating. Alex's been on this goodwill tour, that's what's going on. Now that's been happening friends with the media part of the media Sunday night baseball. You know, Dayton jaylo. He just he seems like a completely different guy than the guy was trying to bring down major league baseball at the end of his career. And I do think that he thinks the goodwill this goodwill tour that he's on is going to get him into the hall of fame..

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"rafy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"So Rivera face nine hundred ninety three batters in his career regular season postseason six hundred and forty of them or sixty four and a half percent or I should say forty eight percent did not get a hit off of him. So four hundred seventy nine of nine hundred ninety three did not get a hit off Marian Rivera. Those who have multiple home runs off more Rivera Miguel Cabrera to Aubrey huff too. Evan longoria to Edgar Martinez to and Rafael Palmeiro it to now does Rafael Palmeiro data. I think that's more interesting than Sosa because Rafy has three thousand hits and five hundred home runs. Yup. Mariano Rivera postseason ERA is point seven zero not one point seven zero which will be getting hall thing with that. Yeah. Point seven zero. He they're kind of funny. He has a hundred and ten strikeouts. In twenty one walks in the postseason. I'm also looking at some other guys Fred McGriff. I don't think is a hall of Famer I think Mike MU scene is going to eventually get in schilling schilling's hall of Famer. Man. Plain simple, ROY halladay had eight seasons. And of course, he died in a plane crash. But I think there was there. There was a good period of time. When holiday was the best pitcher in the game. And I think that should factoring with a hall of fame, you know, with Edgar Martinez. You know when you say well somebody's not good enough to play the field. But you know, Edgar Martinez for a long time was the best h in the game. And we valued the D H more now. And I think that Edgar Martinez deserves to be rewarded. Yes. Bone ROY halladay has two Cy youngs. But he was top five Inci young voting seven times, you know, that's real tough to do. There was probably six or seven year period where he might have been the best pitcher in the game one. I young in both leagues. But now they look at longevity in did last long like Johan Santana had an unbelievable run and might be equal to halladay, but holiday, you know, you through the no hitter in the playoff game. But. Winning a Cy Young and both both leagues. Let me get a couple of phone calls in here. Jeff in Detroit. Hey, Jeff, Reggie Miller. Will join us in about ten minutes. Eight jeff. Sorry. What's going on, Danny? Up listening to you as something dawned on me, the NFL referee. I've got a question for you real quick. After this the Senate the referees and Esso have timed it to the sixty day on a road trip. I made this trip towns how need a met. I know where I'll go then. I don't need..

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"rafy" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"rafy" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"But then you don't have so much that you feel like your heart's gonna explode. It's like a fine line. And you're like, so I've drank the whole Cup while it was still hot I'm satisfied with that. Am I'm not going to. I'm not going to go for two. And then regret it and two hours and be like oh God. Like, what is this feeling? That is such a good one. It is so hard to nail that completely Ilias because sometimes caffeine will like this morning. I drank it too early after taking Adderall, and it backfired on me, and I had to go take a nap. You know, so I have to usually wait like three hours of being up to drink caffeine. I don't know why I think that you give a shit about the timing of my mic Rafy. Care how much coffee I drink. But we have these microphones. We are in power, doors or locks. This is your family now. What else you to write it down? Things are going. Well, obviously like, my husband, whatever. I love when you think you're gonna throw up but ten minutes later, you feel fine. Were you you think oh my God. The rest of the night, I'm gonna be on the fucking bathroom floor. I'm gonna miss this. I'm gonna miss that. And then you burp, and you're like, oh, this is awesome. That is okay. I love when you're so tired, and you know, you're falling asleep. And you have that one like just like little blip of a moment between falling asleep and being asleep. And you're like, I did it. Oh now, especially for people that struggle the fall asleep near like, all my Adam just do. It's so effortless. Why am I even observing this? I should not fucking notice. Like, yes, I've been experienced jinx. It. I've been experiencing the opposite of that where I lay in bed, and I'm so exhausted. And I feel myself drifting off to sleep, and then I become more and more awake. And then I can't sleep and I have to go each sugar. And that's the only thing that helps me sleep. Really? Yes. I like, my husband falls asleep the minute. He even like, here's the word sleep like thud. He just fell asleep. So it's so irritating. And he's like, oh, I love when you fall asleep. It's supposed to be like when you fall asleep. I want to choke you to death especially when they're snoring. He snores immediately. And he's like, oh, it's so cute, and you sort of like when you snore. Yes. Like, I hate you like, I hate you so much and take his face mic. Turn over like, I'm just so mean about it and like I was pregnant and like snoring and he was always like, you're so sweet. And I was like if you fucking touch me when I am attempting to fall asleep. If you dare fall asleep. I if you remove a layer of clothing. If I feel a body care near me in this same bed, and it wakes me up fuck in ring off. Okay. Just like you'll just shop your finger off. Does you know you have to get it off so fast? Why go get the dish, soap, I. Yeah. So he's. I bet he left I think he's gone forever. And I don't blame him, but he falls asleep so quickly, and I'm so jealous and the snoring is is just it's such salt in the wound. It's like you're like when you're following like one one cars following another in a cartoon in it drops tax and oil and smoke. Exactly. Get there. And this guy just enjoying his ram. I've a specific actually in the moment moment, I was winter camping, and I was super super tired because it was at the end of the day and the son had just sat and we were in this like this bowl on this on this ridge line where the wind we were sheltered from the wind and it started snowing. The you know, those big thick snowflakes when there there's just there's almost no wind. So they're just kind of dropping straight down. And I went, and I put on my warmest down everything, and I just lean back into a snowbank, and and I'm just laying there and there's can't hear any win. So there's no sound except for the tiny tiny sound of snowflakes hitting the edge of my parka. And I just felt like my blood pressure just completely lower. And it was. Dangerous for me. And I saw blonde lady pass out..

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