35 Burst results for "Ramseys"

Michigan St holds off No. 11 Northwestern for a 29-20 win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Michigan St holds off No. 11 Northwestern for a 29-20 win

"Michigan state headed number eleven northwestern its first loss of the season as Matt Cochran made a tie breaking forty eight yard field goal with three thirty five left in the Spartans twenty nine twenty victory M. S. U. squandered a seventeen nothing lead and trail twenty to seventeen before rallying northwestern grabbed a twenty seventeen lead early in the fourth and camcorders three yard run Wildcats quarterback Peyton Ramsey ran for a touchdown but was just twenty one of forty three passing for two hundred ten yards and two interceptions we got to make plays when when we have the opportunity to make plays and there are plenty of them out there play plays to be made especially on third down so I just gotta be better just got to execute better and that's that's really what it comes down to northwestern managed just sixty three yards on thirty seven carries I'm the ferry

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2 New York police officers shot during domestic violence call, suspected shooter dead

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 6 d ago

2 New York police officers shot during domestic violence call, suspected shooter dead

"Officers were shot and wounded while responding to a domestic violence call. They returned fire and killed the suspect. This was in Queens, not far from JFK Airport. Domestic violence Officers hospitalized with gunshot wounds are credited by Mayor de Blasio for saving a woman's life. They protect survivors of domestic violence. They go into some of the most volatile, difficult situations that you could possibly imagine some of the most difficult work that any police officers do. Cops say the officers just finished escorting a woman home. Here are one 79th street when a man ambush them at around 12 45 Police Commission, Dermot Shea identified him as 41 year old Rondo copy walks in the door. The residents Begin shooting at the two officers. Please say that 41 year old woman found a report at a nearby precinct of a domestic violence incident the night before. Another woman who claims to be copies friend came here stunned after hearing about the shooting. This is a personal tries to make everyone happy. He tries. He didn't deserve to die like this. Police say they've received a message calls here before she says Copy was a security guard for CUNY and was a licensed gun carrier. Darius Ramsey has 10 10 wins the Springfield Gardens, Queens. It's news time

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Ramsey, No. 19 Northwestern top No. 10 Wisconsin 17-7

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Ramsey, No. 19 Northwestern top No. 10 Wisconsin 17-7

"Peyton Ramsey threw a pair of touchdown passes in the defense did the rest as northwestern defeated Wisconsin seventeen seven both of Ramsey's aerial strikes came in the first half on a day with little offense by both teams Ramsey credits the Wildcats defense when you have that kind of defense yes how much confidence the quarterback is when the ball's in your hand just you can make the easy play came back to check on you can make that throw away and nothing has to be special you don't always have to look for a spark when you're on the defensive that's why I like our defenses as for northwestern's defense was stellar all game long with five turnovers with the victory northwestern remains perfect in big ten play at five A. No and is now in the driver's seat in the western half of the conference while Wisconsin drops to two in one David Shuster Evanston Illinois

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'MasterChef Junior' star Ben Watkins, 14, dead from rare form of cancer

WBBM Morning News

00:53 sec | Last week

'MasterChef Junior' star Ben Watkins, 14, dead from rare form of cancer

"Rare disease has claimed the life of a 14 year old Gary Boyd, who competed in the TV cooking competition show Master Chefs Junior Ben Watkins died and Lurie Children's Hospital, where he was being treated for a rare form of cancer that his doctors said only affected about a half dozen other people. Statement from his grandmother, Donna Edwards, says Ben suffered more than he Sharing his 14 years on this earth, But we take solace that is suffering is finally over. And in the end, Ben knew he was loved by so many. He lost his parents in a murder suicide. When he was hospitalized. Chef Gordon Ramsay and the cast of Master Chef Jr recorded a video. We know you can beat this strong as an ox, if you can beat me. The master of Gina Kitchen. Trust me, you could beat this, Ramsey said. On Twitter. We lost a master of the Master Chef Jr Kitchen today, Ben, you were an incredibly talented home cook and an even stronger young men.

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NBA Mock Draft 3.0

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

07:14 min | Last week

NBA Mock Draft 3.0

"And we are back talking two thousand twenty mock draft three point o our last mock draft of the year. It's draft day draft morning. What better to unwrap and a mock draft on draft morning. it's the second round. Now now's the time to confess. I'm really terrible at projecting second rounds like you know my hit rate and some drafts has been like one two three picks in the second round. It's it's so hard to keep track of the first round the wheels to sort of come off and these picks happened like every two minutes. I it's hard to really keep track. I did my best. I project where. I think particular players can go. You definitely don't really get deep into this when you're talking the nba scouts in executives about what they're going to do in the second round. They're still trying to figure out the first round as well. So i've tried to find some fits there so this is reported more chad ford speculation. Here about what's happening. The second round starts with the dallas mavericks this pick via the warriors taking malachi. Flynn the san diego state. Junior point guard One of the guys that frankly could go ten spots higher in the draft. I actually really love malachi flynn. There's kind of a lot of point guards kind of later in the first round which may push him out a little bit. But i actually think he's the guy who could step in play right away. I would actually love him in dallas. I think that'd be great. Pick for dallas at thirty one at thirty two. The charlotte hornets are on the board. They're getting this pick via the cavs. Paul read the sophomore forward center out of depaul. Have them going thirty two. This is john. Hollinger's been super high on all year. I think he's another guy who can guard positions on the floor. I really like him. Actually think he brings some stuff offensively as well. I personally like him. Better than precious. I'm right now. Could turn out to be a terrible take. But it's kind of what i think and i definitely think he could be an excellent fit. I'm in charlotte. Especially if they end up with lamelo ball and they're gonna need to add a defensive big man. As part of that package at thirty-three the minnesota timberwolves around the board. This'll be the third pick because they have to. First round picks. Tillman the junior power forward at michigan state. Everybody loves this kid. He's he's one of these guys like high floor. Low ceiling. just does his work every day. Great rebound or plays hard. I'm ken defend going. Bring be a great locker room guy is gonna find some rotation that somewhere I like him in minnesota on a team. That is trying to go forward. I think he actually adds a bit of a veteran presence to the locker room. At thirty four the philadelphia seventy sixers are on the clock. That get this. Pick via the hawks. Isaiah joe the arkansas shooting guard who is one of the best shooters in this draft. Crazy range. High volume of three point shots philadelphia. Always in need shooters. When you're going to be playing. Ben simmons on this team he certainly constructs the floor. And i'd like isaiah joe there them at thirty five the sacramento kings Via the pistons. Dan dotson to kansas sophomore guard. Who is one of the quickest players in the draft. He's an elite score excels off the getting to the basket not a great shooter a bit undersized for his position not really a point guard that's why he slides a few spots higher but could be instant offense off the bench for sacrimento at thirty five at thirty six the philadelphia seventy sixers back on the clock this time via that pick from the mix jordan aura the louisville junior who also is one of the better shooters in this draft. He has good size vers position. Good length i'm not sure exactly what else he brings to the table besides shooting but again i'm just loading philly up i with shooters at the moment at thirty seven. The washington wizards are on the board. They get this pick via the chicago. Bulls tyler bay the junior ford out of colorado who is one of the best athletes in the strath super explosive. Really hard worker on the defensive end still just kinda coming along on the offensive. And then i think that's been a concern. He's he's one of those guys that might be a little bit of a twitter. Not sure exactly what position he plays in the pros that causes him to slide. A few picks in this draft think this is still really value. and by the way when. We're talking about a lot of these guys dotson. Tillman for example malachi flan. These guys could all end up in the first round as well. Just have them the second thirty eight new york knicks via the hornets janis ramsey. The texas tech freshman guard again volume score can shoot it a little bit We're just loading the knicks up now with backward guys that can score the basketball. I'm not sure who's going to defend in new york. But he's an intriguing prospect. He's only nineteen years old. And i certainly there's upside there with the thirtieth pick in the draft at thirty nine the new orleans. Pelicans selecting this pick for the wizards. Daniela touro the minnesota sophomore center. Who had a really really strong summer season one of the more improved players in the country very skilled at big man. I'm great size. Adding just bore skill in size to this pelicans roster i'm at the moment If you remember earlier jalen smith. I'm selected at thirteen at forty. The grizzlies are on the board. This pick via the silence. This is the first pick that the grizzlies have been able to make in the twenty twenty. Nba draft a doco as a bouquet. The kansas center. Big guy seven. Seven wingspan seven footer. Really good athlete actually just dominant player in the pain. Terrible free throw. Shooter doesn't really do anything facing the basket. But when you have that size and length and athleticism. I think you get something done in. The and kind of reminds me deondraye jordan. A little bit and a little bit surprised. He doesn't go higher. I get there seems to be a penalty on the big minner plane or pain. Right now in the draft at forty one san antonio spurs back on the on the board yama dr the israeli guard nineteen year old for hop. Well tel-aviv and you know. He's such an intriguing prospect because he plays his butt off. His incredible energy is just making a difference when he's out there but he's not really a point guard. He's kind of more of a two guard in a point guards body. He's not like a great shooter. I'm athletically he's actually not bad at all but that lack of a jump shot kinda undersized i position that makes him more of a second round prospect at he absolutely wants to leave israel and come to the nba. And if it's the g. league next year and so he could be an interesting prospect for san antonio developed down the road

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Using Stories to Market Your Business with Amy Porterfield

The EntreLeadership Podcast

07:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Using Stories to Market Your Business with Amy Porterfield

"Hey is this happened in your business. Last month was a bad month so this month. We're going to run a sale. A big promotion. We're gonna email list and say by now because it. We gotta get some cash in the door. It's not really a marketing plan. You know what that's called. It's called spray and pray from the ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast where we help business. Leaders themselves their teams and the prophets. I'm your host daniel tardy and my guest today. is amy porterfield. She's a longtime friend of entreleadership. She's also an online marketing expert to helping entrepreneurs and small business owners win. Aim is going to share with you. Why you have to have a plan for your marketing and the good news is it doesn't have to be complicated in fact the foundation it simple because marketing starts with just telling people's stories so when you tell the story especially about somebody else that you served and you've helped when you tell the story right meaning you talk about the struggles and the challenges in the fears that they had the winds and what that meant for them and what they've overcome people can see themselves in those stories so much easier than you. Just saying i've got this great product. It has amazing benefits in features. You need it. That's one thing but also when you sell when you promote no matter how much your audience loves you. They put up a wall whether it be just a little while or really big wall. There's always a little defense up there and we're going to talk about it later. But i do webinars to sell my digital courses and on a webinar for the first forty five minutes you are giving giving giving and so when you do ask for them to buy your product. Their defenses are all the way up. Because you were giving and you were inviting them in in different ways in offering value so the same thing with the story when people see themselves in other people's stories and they can relate and resonate. They those defenses. Come down and they say i want a piece of that i if she could do it i can do it too and so i'm all about helping. People put their guard down. Because it's a natural thing to put it up especially when you're asking someone to spend money so i noticed you said when you tell the story right. Yeah what's the right way to tell the story. Well you had talked about donald miller when we were off camera and you had mentioned and you know that man is have learned so much from story brand in how he tells his story but if you can tell the story and somebody can literally put themselves in that story because they can relate to it. I feel as though the story is is doing the work it was meant to do. And so to me. You have to have all those important elements that donald miller talks about in terms of putting a story together in order for it to resonate and a lot of my students who are just getting started though one and tell the story but with a one tells i hope so and so get x. Results they were this way. I and now. They're this way now like there before and after and done. But when i when i think about telling a good story i want to talk about the richness of it and i have a student. Her name is niro. she lives in los angeles. She's a single mom of three. Her mom lives with her. She was a not making barely any money as a baker and she knew she wanted a different life for her kids and she was working two jobs. One like chucky cheese and one baking out of her kitchen but then she realized how to create a digital course and she created her first digital course to create caramel candy apples. Who would have thought that a caramel candy apple. Digital course how to do it would be a huge success but she made over sixty thousand dollars on her first launch and then she did it again had the same success and when i asked her deniro what does this mean for you and she said all i wanna do is retire. My mom she cleans houses. She's she supported me. She is an amazing support to our family. I want to help her retire when when she told me that like my heart. Don't been but when i tell that story i don't just say how much deniro made in. What digital course she created. But i talk about what it means to her. And i think people can relate to that part of the story more than anything Yeah i mean just as you tell that story. I think everybody's going whoa caramel apples. And how could either something similar and caramel apples. That i'm going to sell an what did you do again. What did you teach on that web and like it just it pulls you win when you tell a story like that. So what What keeps us from telling the stories you know. I think we probably cognitively most business owners that have been around for a few years. Understand the power of story to some degree. I i know some of a struggle with feeling like we're wasting our audiences time or were belaboring things or it's not worth it. Why do we hesitate when it comes to this powerful mechanism you know. I can totally relate. When i first started telling stories. I would rush through him so quickly because i thought i was wasting. My audience is time like they wanted me to get to get to the point. And i i often Surround myself with a great storyteller. Because i love a good story and if you really think about your let's say you're out with some friends you're sitting around a fire and you all are just having a good time in someone tells a story and the when they add more detail when they add more layers to it when they really pull you in. You're like tell me more i'm here. I'm fully there. So you love that when they add the details and they really bring it to life. So why would it be any different. When you're telling your audience these really rich stories versus rushing to the punch line. It's the same kind of feeling they get on a webinar or had a campfire. And so i realized i needed to slow down so i did the exact thing that most of my students do they want to rush through it because they think they should and so. That's one thing another part in and this is gonna sound silly. And i've never really talked about this but we had to make it a practice in our business to get the stories like if we didn't have a process in the company to get these stories in the most richest way possible with all the details. I wouldn't be able to tell the stories so backup a little bit. We put a process in place where people can send us in their wins their results their satisfaction with our product and then we reach out to them on zoom and Someone on my team will do an interview and just ask them tons of questions and record it and transcribe it and then we kind of bring it into a story while my team then gives me all the details of that story so what my point was going to be is that i had to practice these stories if i want to add layers and richness to a story on a webinar or in a facebook. Live or on a podcast. I need a practice at a little meaning. I can't look at a bunch of bullets until the story. Well

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Ramsey's 3 TD passes lead No. 23 Wildcats past Purdue 27-20

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ramsey's 3 TD passes lead No. 23 Wildcats past Purdue 27-20

"Peyton Ramsey threw for two hundred twelve yards and three touchdowns all to remote you kill Bowman in twenty third ranked northwestern twenty seven twenty verdict over Purdue an eight yard TD pass on the opening possession and the Chiquita Bowman's three years scoring drought and gave the Wildcats a seven nothing lead northwestern's defense also made two late stops to preserve a fifth straight big ten win it's the school's first foreign start in league play since coach Pat fitzgerald was still playing in nineteen ninety six I'm Dave very

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Brooklyn Red Zone To Turn Orange Amid Coronavirus Progress

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Brooklyn Red Zone To Turn Orange Amid Coronavirus Progress

"Test locations there. Juliet Papa 10. 10 wins news. There is some good news in the mist of the covert storm. Though Governor Cuomo's has one part of Brooklyn is no longer in the red areas Ramsey is with Brooklyn's Coronavirus Micro Cluster has shifted its colors from red. Toe orange, and it could have happened soon enough for people here, like Esther should've done it sooner. Even Governor Cuomo says the area here around King's Highway and Coney Island Avenue has made significant improvements to slow the spread. But he also acknowledged his controversial decision to designate this area as a red zone. People don't like the restrictions. I understand that But it worked. For weeks. Non essential businesses were shut down as well as schools, which Stephen Gabbeh says was hard on the community here early. I think people are upset. To see this area as a red zone. But Ellie Miller, who works in the area here, says behaviors changed and he believes people will continue to do what is needed to keep the virus from spreading wearing a master's habit. Once they got to have it, then they're doing it and we just wanted to be done already.

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The Practice of Shipping Creative Work with Seth Godin

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:21 min | Last month

The Practice of Shipping Creative Work with Seth Godin

"Okay I got a question when you think about the word creative. What's that word mean to? You feel like a lot of business owners if you're like me, you know a creative person that. You hire design things to make things look pretty to work on your brand. But here's the thing. If you're a business owner. You gotta think about creativity broader than just that. In fact, I'm going to tell you if you want to build a p performing company. You. have to be creative. From the Ramsey network, this is the entreleadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves to their teams and the prophets. I'm your host, Daniel Tardy. Am I guess today is Seth Godin guys are you kidding me seth is one of the most brilliant marketers thinkers thought leaders on the topics of well a lot of things leadership business certainly all things customer service and guys I'm telling you even if you think you're not creative. You've got to listen to this because creativity. It's not just something that you do where you're creating things that are visual are designing things being creative as a leader means you have a vision for the future you see what could be and what should be, and then you create that reality that's why it's called creativity. And you do that through casting a vision and showing people a better version of the future creativity isn't just about designing things guys it's about leadership. Let's. Differentiate between leadership and management. 'cause they're not the same thing and most small business people just do management management is having the power to tell people what to do to get people to do what they did yesterday but faster and cheaper, and we need management because that creates the industrial economy that enables us to make and keep promises. But leadership leadership is not mandatory. Leadership is voluntary. Leadership is I choose to lead where I choose to follow you and because voluntary because we're doing something that might not work it's not for everybody but it's where all the juice lies because when we lean into leadership. When we assert to people that we think something might work. We might feel inside like we're not so sure but we're offering this tremendous. Privilege this gift to the people we work with, which is they're hoping that someone will open a door in China light. That's our job all throughout building the entreleadership area I was I was the first employee of entreleadership. We don't call ourselves employees. We say where team members, we don't like the connotation of employees because it implies punching a clock and exchanging dollars. For hours as the first team member in this area believing in this thing believing it could be this massive thing that's making an impact in the area of small business. I know I can relate to times that I I had a massive vision and desire but I wasn't sure how we're going to get there. I didn't know for sure that we would get there. Yet I was telling people were going here and and there's this higher docs in our minds. A little bit of we're really clear and certain we're going and I don't know if we're going to get there and you can feel a bit like a fraud at times. You can feel like I'm making this thing up why are these people even following me? Yeah. Imposter Syndrome rears its ugly head. A lot of people think that they're the only ones with imposter syndrome but everyone has it unless you're psychopath imposter syndrome is that feeling that you haven't proven it that you can't be sure you to do to speak up and to lead you must be a fraud at people say, how do I get rid of imposter syndrome? and. My answer is you don't 'cause you are an impostor in the moment you are leading in the moment you show up and say over here, you can't be sure. And if you feel like an impostor, that's a good sign because it means you're leaning into the work and so I am not proposing that we defraud anybody. I'm not proposing that we guarantee anything 'cause a guaranteeing confidence are tricky places the Hind but I think we get to say to people i. let me paint a picture for where we might be able to go if we're able to make this thing working and if people like that picture and they're willing to follow in meet with you. That's the best way to get to where you hope to go. I think tracking with this idea of we're always an impostor to some extent, and yet there's also a wisdom and having a sense of what we're doing. So we don't lead people off the cliff what's the difference between being foolish and the perpetual imposture and the way you're talking about? Yes so that all of this comes down to generosity. I rule no one wants to be hustled. No one wakes up in the mornings. Hopes own hustles me uses social pressure close talking. Extortion, whatever it is to get me to do something. No we don't have to hustle to make a difference. The alternative is to say, what's The generous thing to do you know if you saw somebody drowning in a few feet of water and you had a chance to jump in and Save Them? Even. If you weren't the best swimmer who ever lived even if you didn't have a certification from the Red Cross, which do it what would you walk away a say? I can't prove I can see ask you this person. That's great. You jump in the water.

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"ramseys" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

05:44 min | Last month

"ramseys" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"But this phone number may have been precise for a reason. It was almost the exact same amount of money. John Ramsey had received as a Christmas bonus earlier in the month, which could mean one of two things either the kidnappers new John had received this amount of money as a bonus and that he would have it or John wrote the note himself trying to make it appear that someone who knew his bonus amount was the kidnapper the note all she used very strange language. The long rants have no claim to be from a very small foreign faction. What exactly is a small Ford faction, right? Nobody is quite sure. It also keeps saying that the kidnappers would be head. Jon Benet, if the money wasn't given to them in a brown paper bag after what they described would be an exhausting delivery for John it ended with a strange dog. Turn off of Victory. It is an all-around weird note because of its strange language and we're demands some people think the note was fake. But the weirdest thing about the note is on the next page. It came from inside the house. The police were able to determine that the note was written on paper that came from the ramseys house itself, which means If there really was a kidnapper they would have found that at the idea to break into the house kidnap Jon Benet and hand write a three-page long Ransom note all while the family slept. It seems a little risky to come to a kidnapping without a note prepared by with the kidnapper take the time to write three entire pages and risk getting caught the weirdest part of the kidnapping was that there was no kidnapping. Jon Benet was discovered in the basement after several hours. Apparently the police hadn't searched the house thoroughly enough to discover her body until hours after they recalled in the basement were job was found. There was a broken window and a footprint on a Suitcase underneath that window. It's possible if there was an intruder this is how they got in. However, there were no footprints in the foot of snow outside the ramseys house and there was a spider web across the window that was undisturbed..

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Seattle SuperSonics legend Shawn Kemp opens cannabis shop

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | Last month

Seattle SuperSonics legend Shawn Kemp opens cannabis shop

"Click on this story. The marijuana shop operated by Seattle SuperSonics legend Shawn Kemp opens in Seattle today. Shawn Kemp cannabis about two blocks away from Seattle center at the corner of first and Denny Ramsey Hamad works for that shop. We got Shawn Camp Everybody loves Shawn Camp is the hometown hero. He's excited to be involved to learn the business and it's really gonna be the start of big things. The grand opening 12 45 this afternoon camp will be there, along with his

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How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | Last month

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | Last month

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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Should I Use My Employer's Car Lease Benefit?

Ramsey Call of the Day

06:12 min | Last month

Should I Use My Employer's Car Lease Benefit?

"Ethan is in Detroit High Ethan. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Doing great man how can we help? I word for an automotive maker manufacturer and engineer there. Can One of the company perks or benefits I guess. That they offer is a employee leaf option, right? So I I can get a vehicle. It's a one year lease. Yep a London Mile with insurance included YEP and repairs. Repairs Maintenance wrinkly Irish included everything's included. Yep and prior to. Working there I was paying around two hundred insurance. Idea of And I'm debating. So my current payment is around five fifty and actually brought my wife's and on the program recently. I'm debating even worth it to carry that. The Fowler. The lease on your employment on your employees deal. Yeah Okay. You're on and you're driving a nice car. Yeah it is. It's a truck. You you didn't take. You didn't take the cheaper chicken you got the big dog. Well Who is Ford. Our Jeanne outs. I. Chrysler Oh. Okay. All right. Well, I've looked at several of these Nissan is here in our neighborhood I've looked at the Ford one. I've looked at the GM. Went off the top of my head but most of these have nothing to do with a traditional card lease. It's an employee benefit program. You're basically got a car completely furnished miles everything insurance everything's built in at five fifty. You can't touch that truck for that. Truck goes down five, hundred, fifty dollars a month in value if you own it. And you got insurance and maintenance and gas and everything they include gas don't they some of them Goodson doesn't okay but it's got everything is maintenance included. All maintenance. So car breaks, you just take it in. Yeah. So this is not a this is an employee benefit. This not lie to Lee. Not, Your Evil Carly's program right that the other side of your company sales. But this is a great deal for you Ethan driving around. Yeah. It's a round. where? I, thought you were thought. Dadgum usually, it's not five fifty. It's usually like three hundred when I'm running into these things but you got your driving seventy thousand dollars truck. That's the thing. So good for you. You cannot touch that truck for that kind of money it's six grand a year and everything's G. if I worked there I would do that deal. This is not a finance plan. This is not a lease. This is a simple employee benefit and it is a killer employee benefit do it I guess we're kind of debating knows. So my wife is on it too. She has a wrangler. Yeah, and I'm wondering if it's worth to have two vehicles on that, we're trying to get something cheaper off. Let me try this again, you cannot operate a vehicle for three times what you're paying. Car Think. About. It add insurance. Maintenance depreciation. In value right now, put those three numbers in the calculator. Do the truck you're driving it takes fifteen, hundred, fourteen, hundred dollars a month to replace it. Okay because a stupid things going down in value more than you're paying a month, not counting the maintenance in the insurance. And the same for her now. The question is. Can you afford? Are you? Are you biting off too big a bite of the apple here is your household income, support these payments but the bottom line is if you if they support these payments and you were to buy this vehicle, you're going to have three ex in the vehicle what you're paying. Okay so it's a great deal. Do as many as you need to do as long as you can handle the cash flow out of their income, which is unbelievable. So would a situation like this? Dave, if you were to leave the company, you're just turning in the vehicle. Yeah you lost it. You lost your employee benefits. You lost it. Okay. And you and you do need to flip it every year because they're they're flipping these things out that you know it's a small percentage of their total production under the employees right but the Nissan plan is very similar. Right down here, the road from us the the Ford is very similar. I've seen those and BMW's and other one's got. They've got one that's pretty similar to the guys over in south, Carolina that listen to us over there at the beamer plant It's got the same option and driving a stink in beamer for a third a fourth of what it would cost you. Anyone else. To buy it outside of that employees listen everybody out there that's listening real quick. We're talking about an employee benefit program not nataly idolise yeah, I. Don't don't don't blow up men box with this It's an employee benefit plan, which is why people were able to do that. So it's part of their recruiting. It's part of the benefits that they're given to their team members. So just wanted to clarify that. Yeah. In his case on that layer worth hit the employee benefit. The value to him is around a thousand dollars a month because it'd be fifteen hundred to replace what he's doing for five hundred. Oh. Yeah. His truck payment. Yeah Without A. That's another twelve thousand dollars a year in income are effectively his benny package is adding. Another two thousand dollars a year to his value again, assuming you can support that level of truck with your income. We not ask Denka I got sidetracked on that. But as Chris said, it's very, very, very smart to say. out loud. We are not saying it's okay at least a car this is not leasing a carton. This renting from your employee employer has a benefit that's all as they call it a one year lease, but you can turn it anytime. You want I don't even hold you to that on this. Very, very good.

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Why All Leaders Need an Assistant with Tricia Sciortino

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:49 min | Last month

Why All Leaders Need an Assistant with Tricia Sciortino

"The lies that my time should be spent getting the work done. Checking off tasks, meeting with clients, pushing projects through work work, grind grind, and takes that to get business off the ground but. At some point, you end up doing a really good job. On the wrong things not bad things. But the wrong things are the things that were the right things when you start it but now they're the wrong things because. Somebody else can do it. And you'll never build and scale a peak referring business if you don't start delegating. From the Ramsey network, this is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders, grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host Daniel Tardy and delegation is something that my guest today knows a lot about. TRICIA short Tino. She's the CEO of Belay play. Well, they're friends of ours. They've been friends for a long time. Their founders came to an entreleadership within many years ago, and they have built a performing business using the principles that we teach you guys on this podcast every day and their company that specializes in helping businesses understand the value of their time may help leaders learn how to delegate and work with somebody who can do the job sometimes better than that leader themselves. Sounds kind of easy but Tristesse found that there's this thing that leaders do I've done this I. Know You've done this where we say. I don't feel comfortable delegating that yet. and. We ended up holding on things too long that we should be handing to somebody else. So we can work on the business and not just in it. And we hang onto long because we don't actually value our biggest asset and that is. Our time. There are so many people spinning their wheels and maybe investing in the things that don't have high Roi. I mean we we have such a limited resource in our time. So I personally am so maniacal about what I'm going to spend my time on how much time I'm going to spend on that thing and honestly being really clear about the things I'm not gonNA spend my time on and I think a lot. Of people don't necessarily run that filter through their mind they think about what they should be doing but maybe they don't spend enough time thinking about what they should not be doing and the the things you should not be doing could fall into a couple of different categories. It's something that doesn't have real Roi. It's something that isn't gonNA show up in the business at the end of the day it's minutia or its. Back end work and you can't actually see that in the long-term vision and Growth Strategy of your organization I think as the leader of an organization or company the things you should and can be focused on the things only really you can do and as the leader, it's those high level things like casting vision for the organization you know breathing into your team with your core values and your growth strategy and vision those. Are the things that we all know we should spend time on but in order to spend the right amount of time on those things, you actually have to say, no to a lot of other things you could work eighty hours a week, but should you and then are you the best to you when you do show up because are you burnt out and overworked and overwhelmed by all the things you're trying to do? I know one of the things you guys specialize in is delegating to a personal assistant. You guys work with hundreds and hundreds of leaders all over the country and pair them with executive assistant services. Somebody that's going to be their business partner and help pick up a lot of those things that they don't personally have to be doing and I have an incredible executive assistant that I work with here and knowing how amazing this is at this point, and then looking back at all the silly things that I tried to do myself. In my journey. I never should have been doing that to begin with I was so naive to think I'm the best person to do this. I'm just GONNA, take care of it because when my assistant does shelly does it faster she does it better. She's more efficient than I would ever be and she actually enjoys it. You know I interest. So many of these things I was doing just out of duty out of out of like I just have to do this to be responsible whereas shelley's like she's wired for this like she really does thrive in these activities and it's this beautiful partnership where I'm better off, she's better off. The teams better off because we're getting things done together as a partnership. But what do you say to leaders who maybe haven't had that experience they're going I, don't know I i. get the idea of having an assistant and I maybe they were my calendar and book my travel I mean, what do they really do that? I can't just go ahead and take care of myself. Yes I feel the same way about my assistant Melissa she really does help me ten x Mike Capacity truly to me. It is such an important relationship when executive and an executive assistant because they really do free you up to do the things we talked about for you up to do the things that only leader can do now what I love what you said is so true, we see it all the time is that most leaders and entrepreneurs don't thrive in the details. Nor should you be in them? So the beauty of it is that there are literally people wired to thrive on details they were born and excited about details and spreadsheets, and planning traveling calendars, and that is they're happy place. So you really start recognizing that everybody has their own zone of genius and there are people who complimented each other and sit in their different zone of genius. So if my zone of genius may be sales marketing vision and maybe my my weak areas are administration serum. Management. Calendar Planning will then you have that partner that can come alongside you and really fill your gaps you kind of become. That Ying and the Yang where they're able to partner with you and take care of the things that either you're not really good at or you actually don't like doing them. You know. So letting that stuff go and really building into that relationship is so important my assistant Melissa really gives me peace I tell her all the time when she helps me, Kinda, really just accomplish the things that get done in a given day or week that what she does. She gives me a great night's sleep because I know the things are handled and I don't have to be the one to handle them. So I am unburdened. By the fact that she's there from so she really does unburden me. From the details that may sit in what might my day to day looks like?

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How Do I Balance My Financial Goals and Having a Life?

Ramsey Call of the Day

05:52 min | Last month

How Do I Balance My Financial Goals and Having a Life?

"John is with us in Atlanta. Georgia the start off this hour. Hey John. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey Don Hey Chris how're you doing great man how can we help? so I have a little bit. Trying to figure this out mentally as well as math novelty I'm I'm in my mid thirties I have about two hundred and four thousand in my retirement not as job won't or should have but that's what I have right now. My base salary is one nineteen. What bonus up to one thirty, eight with my last batch of restricted stock units looking at about one fifty next year. God willing, of course. Good. So Is I really want to pay off the House that I'm living in I'm currently going through refinance right now from the thirty. Two a year. Conventional. And, I, WanNa have I wanna be completely free in the next three to four years preferably three. But I'm just trying to find a balance between retirement enjoying some the minded I'm also making but likewise paying off the house within their three to four year goal that I have. What did you say? Oh. Sorry. The house down is one, thirty nine and with the refinance been wrong in the cold and calls it comes up to one forty six. Hundred Forty six thousand. Okay. John, what's motivating you to attack pay off everything in the next three to four years. To be honest this whole situation and also just the general craziness with the economy I mean it's like pockets of positives and negatives I. Would I would sleep better and have peace of mind if I have seen nothing and no no nobody nothing basically. Okay, do you currently owe anyone anything else outside of this? House. So I paid off all Sumer. Death I did seventy five thousand and seventeen months about two two years ago who FPU. Wow. Okay. No other debts right now. Nothing zero style you have children. Children Okay all right, and did you and you said you're married, right I'm thinking. Okay. All right. Well. You don't have to talk anybody into how are you wanNA sacrifice you can just decide that. So. You can decide how much of your life you WanNa give up the only variables are formula are fixed in your situation. Are you've done a great job? You're in baby step four, fifteen percent of your income going into retirement. And then the only two things fighting for the rest of the money is mortgage reduction versus lifestyle. And you can decide that I don't care. English where does YOU WANT TO BE? But John I would rather you tap in on the internal and find that motivation not based on anything that's going on in the world. you're going to be more consistent in your value system in the thing that's driving you as opposed to what's happening out and how crazy the world is going to get. Okay. If we cash how restricted are the restricted stock options they best every few months. Okay you. Roll those into cash then. Okay. So basically, we have one hundred and fifty thousand dollar household income if everything's going like you've planned. And you're putting fifteen percent away into retirement. You have your emergency fund in place. You don't have any other bills and so I'm you what I'm going to sit down and run out three scenarios. I'M GONNA say if my spend. If I, pay off the house three years, that's fifty thousand dollars a year. For three years. Right. Okay. An out of my income that's forty eight forty, three, hundred dollars a month or whatever. It comes out forty two, hundred dollars a month. And Then I'm going to say all right. If I do that I've got that in my budget that leaves me X. for lifestyle. For. Fun. Then run the same thing out if you've paid off the house and four years, five years, maybe even six years. Maybe, maybe do three and five and six or three, five and seven and just look and say, okay, seven I get this much fun three I get this much fun which is less obviously and look at that and go. Okay. Now here's the here's the thing you none of this is a contract. So. Let's say you said Iron I'm going for the three year plan. Almost. No Fun. And you do you do one year of that and you go this sucks. I think I'm going for a little more fun and a new three year plan. That's right. After. You can adjust it if you want, it's your money and your calendar. Oh you're doing a great job buddy. You really are and you need to hear that and day, but you need to believe it. But what my point is this it for all US listening and for John is sometimes when I take these philosophies that are in my mind is like Ooh I got I got I have no life cycle for three years. We actually run the math out hundred and fifty thousand minus fifty thousand for paying off the house in three years minus fifteen percent you're single guy used to some pretty decent money left in their. You probably GonNa be like, okay. That doesn't sound like that big strain but you haven't really put money to it. You've just got it in your head math to it. You got in your head like this is GonNa be hard. That's true and Dave we're not even accounting for the fact that his income could is going to go up probably over the next. Three years. So again, John You find that internal motivation. I loved the three number scenarios of figuring out. Hey, what makes sense for you and the good thing is you can make the decision and remaking and change your mind. If you want to preserve that right because everything you're doing is in the smart column. So if you're not gonNA move outside the SMART, problem.

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I'm Scared to Invest in Real Estate in a College Town Right Now

Ramsey Call of the Day

05:25 min | Last month

I'm Scared to Invest in Real Estate in a College Town Right Now

"Anthony is in Kansas City High Anthony. Welcome to the Dave. Ramsey show. Hi doing great. How can I help? I have about a half million dollars in my checking account and I have had it in there for a couple of years I'm trying to figure out exactly what to do with it. My plan was to use it for real estate. But the real estate market got me a little spooked right now while or. we live in a college shirt close to a college town and. the market there they've built so many brand new complexes in the last. Ten Years Nobody's going to college. Okay. I'm with you exactly the enrollment rates are going down you know so I'm a little bit Leery of that. So what town are you at all? I'm Manhattan. Kansas Yeah, okay All right yes. You're far enough away from Kansas City that you're probably not investing in. Kansas City. Correct okay, Anthony holder you. I'm forty five. Okay. You've done a great job. Yeah. Are you planning to stay Manhattan. That depends don't necessarily need to have a hobby farm. I'm I'm an electrical contractor by trade. But my my real estate holdings I have a couple of rental properties to, but I have about a million and a half in real estate that's all paid for. about one, hundred, thousand in cash five, hundred, thousand in my checking. about four, hundred, thousand other assets like. Crack loaders tractors. You're. A. Stud. Done. So proud of you. It's got to feel great man really did it and I'm assuming you did all this start assuming you to all the starting from nothing. For nothing inherited nothing way to go well, here's what I would do if I, woke up in your shoes and I find myself in similar situations from time to time. I'm between real estate deals and I need access to the cash when I get ready to do the next real estate deal. That's where I find myself. It's where you find yourself because you're not going to drop that half million in Manhattan you've made that decision. I'm not going to recommend if you've listened to me for more twenty minutes, you know this to be a long distance landlord. and. So what I'm GonNa end up doing is just parking this probably in like an S. and P. Five hundred. you know a no load fund there's no commissions and just ride the market with it a little bit while I'm waiting to decide what I'm GONNA do. and. One of two things will happen. One of three things will happen. You decide to stay in Manhattan and the market get soft as you predict. So you will not pull that money out in buying Manhattan. So you're probably going to turn and invest in some other vehicle for probably some mutual fund or something number. Two thing that could happen as you move and you're living in whatever Kansas City and you got a great market to invest in. Then, you pull the money out and you invest it then what was the third thing that could happen. The third thing could happen would be Manhattan back the college market firms back up and you feel good about investing in Manhattan again, pull the money out there s and P and invest go so your parking it until something else moves another variable moves in the situation. But checking accounts not okay. Yeah. I realize that it's been but you know how it is Kinda fly. And I'm sure your bank is reaching out blowing up your phone with all their ideas and thoughts. Real helpful now. Drysdale's on the line. There's a saw ball mister guides deals on the line. There's a fourth option you may begin to look at something that gets to be on sale where you've got someone that has to sell or is looking to sell, and now you've put yourself in a situation to start to have some conversations about potentially buying that that could happen as the market. In Manhattan that's right. that somebody couldn't quite survived the turn and it's making an upward turn and you're comfortable with it that could result in a really good for a great deal. Yeah. That's that's a very, very good point. Dr. John Loney is. One of three, thirty, two degrees he's got he's got more degrees than a thermometer is in higher. Ed. And he's talked about with you and I and a bunch of US behind the scenes and even some what on the air The to the extent that. Because of the student loan debacle and because covert scenario by home, they realized These colleges are trying to charge just as much sitting at home I'm not getting like the college experience. I don't see any ivy on the walls here at my house. So to those two things hitting together are accelerating p the demand for college degrees. On campus living college degrees, they're accelerating that demand dropping right been dropping. Student loan the covert thing is pushed it over the edge. So, we are seeing some things like he's describing a college town like Manhattan, which is what Kansas State. Of Kansas, state and So you know we're seeing so many smaller towns where the economy's driven by resoluteness. Affecting their economies it really is a lot of those around America.

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"ramseys" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | Last month

"ramseys" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ramseys. Joe Biden to fix the economy. We have to get control over the virus. I'm releasing a plan to save lives in the months ahead. We need to increase federal support for chest, doubling the number of drive through testing sites. Rapson needed clear message from the very top of our federal government that everyone needs to wear masks in public. Every single frontline worker should have personal protective equipment that they need to be safe. We need to support schools and childcare programs. Parents if and when they can return to work, confident that their Children will be safe and cared for finally way need to protect the population. Most risk our seniors vulnerable population of preexisting conditions. We need really plans really guidelines with uniform nationwide standards. Simple proposition, folks. For all this together, we've got to fight this together. We'll emerge from this stronger because we did it together. I'm Joe White candidate for president and I approve this message. Pay for my bike. I was having a lot of Sinus infections. My Sinuses were clogged pressure headaches Linda suffered for years.

DNC Concerned Warm Cozy Beds Could Keep Voters From Going To Polls

The Topical

01:00 min | Last month

DNC Concerned Warm Cozy Beds Could Keep Voters From Going To Polls

"We're less than 30 days out from election day. But Democrats are saying there is one issue that could lead to record low voter turnout in the upcoming election that still needs to be addressed. DNC officials are involved and concerned today that a warm cozy bed on a Brisk November morning could keep voters from going to the polls on Election Day will be our political correspondent dirt Mullins probably knows what the fuck they're talking about and joins me now. Hello Dirk Hi Lesley. So tell us how big of an effect could this kind of sleepy contentment have on voter turnout in the fall? Well Democrats say that depending on the chilliness of the morning and the soft comfiness of the voters said millions of Americans could risk having their votes not counted after choosing to remain curled up under the covers GNC spokesperson, Sloan Ramsey warned of the potential consequences on with the Press over the weekend. Here's a clip. There may be no bigger threat to Americans right to vote than waking up this election day to a crisp gray November morning while still toasty warm and relaxed under a bath. Can't

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Giants believe Ramsey threw 1st punch in melee

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Giants believe Ramsey threw 1st punch in melee

"After the game, there was a nasty brawl, starting with Giants receiver Golden Tate and Rams defensive back Jalen Ramsey throwing punches at each other. Ramsey has two kids with Tate sister. They went through a public break up last year and Tate Tweeted At that time that they would see each other and I guess this is what he meant. Neither player spoke to the media after the game. Giants coach Joe Judge declined comment because he said he didn't know all the details. Now

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"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"She said the reason Jason that she exonerated the Ramseys after her second. DNA testing match. The first was because the case was on a road road to try to convict the Ramseys and involved the death penalty and she didn't think they were guilty and she felt someone. Commissioner with authority even knows very unusual and highly criticized move should exonerate them. So should give tragically. Patsy Ramsey never lived to receive that exoneration in two thousand and two the ovarian cancer she had. I been diagnosed with in nineteen ninety three returned and she died in two thousand six at age forty nine. She is now buried next to her daughter here. She is speaking into investigators in nineteen ninety eight after the job. A Lot. More pressure for shooting shooting. Investigation the media whether Avenue interview. What what it's going to be aware if there is this gotta wear into the soul search for cope with it? I kind of thought myself. Get too tired contend fall in craw online depressed so I try to manage my health risks. Well Joe we have taken out the under the paper. Not just can't care because recent times that I had inadvertently themes of they learn new thing Ed Collins. I can't that was just like me in John. Ci Out because it's harmful you're watching the former detectives John San Agustin and Robert Whitson also believe that progress can still be made despite the mistakes of the past as we look at this case again. We look at the two theories whether or not there was an intruder who did this. The family and I will tell you that there are a number of investigators who have well over a couple hundred years of experience in and investigations. Who all say that? The murder of Jon Benet Ramsey was not done by the family but by intruders or an engineer. The problem is the Boulder Police Department. Still to this day will not come out and give any information on spend twenty three years I think at this point we need to come out and let people know what have you done. Have you looked at other people. Have you not looked at that other people. What are you doing still today? There are still a number of leads that have never been followed up by law enforcement is my understanding that approximately three thousand leads came into the Boulder Police Department and the onset of this investigation of which still still a number of them have never been followed. My understanding is there were are both fibers. Animal hairs that were never sourced so I had a source of ad here from the suspect. was that ever tested. I don't know they're not seeing anything anything. I was told that one of the neighbors two of the RAMSEYS and reported about a month before John. Benes murder order that there was somebody leaving cigarette butts in their backyard and I was told. Supposedly an officer responded and collected one of those cigarette butts. Now keep in mind this is prior to DNA. So it may have come into propping opinion evidence and because there was no DNA available you know discarded up like it was cap for a while the question is was that DNA from a cigarette butt ever test because we know in the asked that has been one of the methods of operation of sexist suspects where they will be in the area washing doing kind of surveillance of place that they wanNA break into and be out there smoking while they're you're watching the subject song and former grand jury member. Jonathan Webb agrees that DNA will be the key to finally securing justice for Jon. Benet the advances of analytical technology spend Jordan Attic and if money's was educated and the evidence was preserved my belief is and local technology could solve this crime. You'd have to have a dog detective. WHO's dedicated and focused funded well and given the best analytical tools and allowed to do his or her or work and if that is the case I think it would be solved next time on the killing of Jon Benet the final suspects ax discrediting the case against the RAMSEYS? The few people who are left in the Boulder Police Department still believed that John and or patsy Ramsey murdered their daughter. All of the jurors believed that the truth theory didn't hold water. It was almost like tunnel vision Asian. They were focused on Azi Ramsey and long buried recordings of police interviews with John Patsy and Burke Ramsey Z.. Here you know when when can rush.

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"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"So when Leland I began looking at the evidence in this case some of the things that stood out regarding a possible and shooter I think the number one thing was that there was a window that was broken in the basement area. There was a scuff mark along the back part of the wall. There as you're coming you know just just below that window that was broken and partially open and it was also a suitcase that that was perpendicular to that wall. What was interesting about the suitcase? Was that the suitcase was partially opened and there was a piece of glass on on top of that. CK's indicating that possibly somebody said either entered there or possibly tried to leave their now. What's also important about the suitcase is that inside of that was a day and a Dr Seuss Book of which the fibers of which Jon Benet was wearing the morning? She's discovered by her dad. Those fibers or also found inside of the suitcase indicating a possibly. I believe Jon Benet was placed in Saturday. CK's other evidence that shows at possibly there was an intruder. Was that there were marks on Jon. benet dower noted at autopsy. More specifically that there were two stun-gun marks found on her face and on her back back which both injuries were very similar. What we found out Dr Dober- San was that those injuries or consistent with the stun gun? Ah Here's former boulder. Detective Robert Whitson after I retired. I met loose-knit Lou Lou was a detective who had worked over two hundred homicide with ninety percent clearance rate and he had been brought brought in by the District Attorney's office as a senior investigator. For the Ramsey case and Lou became the primary a person to promote what we call the intruder theory. Which is somebody broke into the house and committed this murder? It wasn't somebody within the Ramseys Family Lou and in and out of the window showed how easy it was to get in there. We know the window was easily accessible. Because Mr Angie at rock himself out I can August and broke that window. I went in to get into the House and never repaired. Apparently there was the suitcase that was placed right below the window. It appears to us that the person who was kidnapping her actually was gonna put her in a suitcase and tried to push up through the window to exit. But it couldn't do that because there was just not enough room to push her condenser him to get up inside. The whole thing does not make sense. So it's Christmas night to God fearing parents right are gonNA kill their daughter but what they're gonNA do is they're going to doctor from a room stun gun her twice right sexually assault or with a paintbrush strangle her. You know the manner of death is homicide. Aside cause of death was strangulation but more importantly after all that happens. There's also a blow to her head which covers to acceptable lobes equivalent of a seventy mile on our car crash. So I mean why would mom and dad and then oh by the way. They're gonNA write a ransom note and they're gonNA call the police even though the ransom no says don't call them then going to place her in a room of which just pure luck. None of the officers opened that door right and then a detective comes and tells John Ramsey which will never happen. Hey John go look for things out of the ordinary mobile. He goes down to a door that it was never open by law enforcement. That did two searches of that home and John Ramsey comes across his daughter. I mean the whole thing. You couldn't line up all the stars and moons the right way to get that scenario the play out the other thing is where did all this evidence go to never found the source of the duct tape never found the source of the white cord. The ramseys Ramsey's nobody can say that the ramseys owned a stun gun. You also have the high-tech footprint that was found and the storage room where Jonbenet's body was found. No source for that. Nobody in the Ramsey family had an issues like that bats supposedly none of the police officers or anybody that went there as she was like that. Or they're missing pages from the note pad those. Those were never found there. Was this beaver hair. That was found on Jon. Benet that Lou went through the whole house trying to find their a beaver Harris because they said well. That's Ramsey supposedly has a pair of boots beaver here on ever found any other lever hairs. So there're there were a lot of other fibers and hairs that have never been associated with anybody and then of course you had the DNA the male L. D. N. A.. That was found that we still don't know who's DNA that is in nineteen ninety eight John Ramsey easy frustrated by an investigation seemingly hell-bent on only pursuing he and Patsy wrote to district attorney Alex Hunter through his attorney Brian Morgan and once again reaffirming his willingness despite everything to do whatever it took to find his daughter's killer on December twenty sixth two thousand to in six years to the day after Jonbenet's murder. Mary lacy who had succeeded. Alex Hunter as Boulder County District Attorney..

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"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Jonathan Webb I lived in Boulder Colorado in the late nineties. I was a graduate student at the University of Colorado auto and then I was in his up. Potential Juror. The process of of a grand jury is where the prosecutor presents the information. There is no defense lawyers or personnel. There it's simply the prosecutor presenting the evidence us as they have found it. We were allowed to take notes. Ask questions of the witnesses and we saw a lot of information from and everything from individuals that were related to the case to handwriting. Experts to medical experts birt's doing autopsy etcetera. The one thing that really I've never forgotten is the testimony from Pediatric Edgar Forensic pathologist from the University of Miami and the shots of the we saw video and a lot of testimony Simoni and the manner in which someone dies With the type of injuries that Jon Benet had and time on course what is something that will never leave me in one thousand nine hundred nine. After a year of hearing testimony and being presented with evidence from the boulder police the grand jury returned with. What's called a true bill to charge the Ramseys with placing Jon Benet at risk in a way that led to her death breath in layman's terms? Kind of glorified child negligence not murder not manslaughter. Following that Boulder County A.. Alex Alex Hunter announced. He would not be prosecuting. The ramseys on any charges declaring that he did not believe that in a trial he could prove guilty beyond reasonable doubt based upon the evidence that we saw we were told the decision is a preponderance of the evidence or a grand jury which which means over fifty percent fifty point one percent or more that. You think someone might have done it then you vote to indict. That is not beyond a reasonable doubt. The evidence that I saw I if I sat on a regular jury. I would've never convicted anyway anyway because it wasn't to the standard of beyond a reasonable doubt. So I think the. Da made the correct decision. And I was fine with it. I'm fine with the fact that it's still unsolved murder. I don't want that to be misinterpreted but I simply don't believe the evidence was there to convict anyone. It would have been wasted Chase that based upon the evidence at the time Alex Hunter made an announcement on a beautiful mutiple they in boulder and it was chaotic and there were people all over the place live trucks all over the place that was in that era. She walked down the stairs of the district attorney building and walked into a park reporting had been set up an Alex Hunter after the district. Attorney said there will not be charges filed in the Jon Benet Ramsey case and a world exploded because that it's not fat factory. Have you somebody responsible. After the Boulder District Attorney announced he would not be filing charges bowler place then continued to try to find ways to find John and Patsy Ramsey guilty the boulder police department have I said all along. Hey we looked at other people other than the ramseys but their focus remained on the Ramsey unable to proved the ramseys were guilty by means of actual detective work. The police even resorted to underhanded tactics as this Fox News report from nineteen ninety nine shows. I'm John and Patsy Ramsey at home but not entirely at peace the death their daughter haunting them everywhere and they found out there appears to be no refuge or sanctuary. John and Patsy Ramsey had planned to talk to us at Jonbenet's grave site but when they found out that the boulder police had bugged this area near their daughters water's resting place during the investigation. They were too offended to come here. They should have some dignity just disappointing.

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"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

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"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"Israeli I wanNA tell you that this air here are your video recorded of volunteered statement. You're free to go over to stop this interview any time to wherever you hearing growing by now. That was a clip from patsy. Ramsey's please interview in the late. Ninety s this is John Ramsey. Today we were told us later by the district attorney was to release a lot of information to the media that was was suspicious. Made US look guilty. Tension guilty and the media would bring intense pressure on passing. I one of us at crack back during the confess as to be solved that was their whole strategy that was the only strategy yet and so the media of course ran with it. Big Time and convinced convinced seventy percent of the world that we were guilty of Maria child then the police recalling. Oh we can't bring a case because we don't have any evidence so so they kind of got back into core like Dang you know we. We thought one of them was going to confess that we solve the crime. We could've gone on TV and Indianapolis Welcome to part two of the killing of Jon. Benet Ramsey the final suspects. I'm your host Danielle Robea We do have a group here now on the ground knocking on doors and talking to people who know what happened. who were there? Were involved to have records. This is Jon Benet Ramsey expert Jamison in. Hopefully we can do something to get this investigation. Gatien advanced no matter how it takes if we have to do. If we can get the COPS to help us. That would be wonderful if we could convince somebody to step in. Take the case away from the police department. Give it to a cold-case group or the District Attorney's office again. That would be wonderful but we're determined to every effort we can get in this advanced before they can begin to work on formerly detective. Smith suspect list. We need to address the elephant in the room. From the moment John Ramsay discovered the body of his daughter in the cellar of their family. Home he and wife Patsy had become prime mm-hmm suspects in her murder. As far as the boulder police were concerned one or both of them did it period and thanks to increasingly rabid media interest crest and a million online conspiracy theorists that view became shared around the world. was there ever any evidence to back up this theory in this episode. We're going to discuss the case against the RAMSEYS. This is detective. Robert Whitson talking about the Boulder Police Department. There's something called confirmation bias and when you have that you don't want to hear anything that's contrary to year theory once you've made up to your mind you don't want to hear anything that would be contrary to that so I think that's what was occurring now of course they'll deny that according to figures from the US Department of Justice seventy four percent of all murder victims in America. No they're killer and over over one in five victims are killed by a member of their own family for the boulder. PD The initial. Focus of their investigation was naturally jonbenet's parents John and patsy eighty former sheriff's investigator. John San Augustine explains from the onset of this investigation. The Boulder Police Department has focus the Ramsey family. So you know what we're dealing with right now. Even twenty years later is a situation where because of their lack of objectiveness really in this case lack of really pursuing the the the truth and only focusing on the family they have not allow themselves to look at other potential suspects local news reporter Paulo Woodward also remembers cops refusing to keep an open mind on the case stars I know will the only suspects they really pursued or John and Patsy Ramsey. They have said that they pursued others. Looks at others from the information that I have an examining that investigation. They were locked onto the family by the first day and they didn't change their focus. Still they are suspects of the Boulder Police Department at Saint. John's DNA did not match patsy in John's handwriting did not match to the ransom note yet. They still were suspects of the Boulder Police Department. Those are two pretty definitive pieces of evidence that exclude the family. They were not excluded older. PD may have wanted to believe. The ramseys were guilty but they had no actual proof John or patsy were involved loved and his days to weeks and with the public demanding justice many close to the case say. The police began to manipulate the huge media interest to try to further their own cause errors of the case that initially happened at the crime scene or compounded rounded boulder police leaky misinformation on purpose and being picked up by rookie media reporters and run the first wake the leaks. Were Bing's just outright untruths like patsy. Ramsey wouldn't take a DNA test while she had that came from Boulder. Hold it please from police spokesperson. It was again very wrong a travesty. I just don't know why it will decrease that Robert Woodson was the on call detective supervisor in Boulder in nineteen ninety six and one of the first officers on the scene. He was a part the case from the start. There started to be news leaks within the media so obviously somebody it one or more people were giving the news media information up. Some of it was accurate. Some of it was inaccurate. And we didn't know who was doing doing that. So based on that police department decided to really limit access as far as you know who could have any access to the information information which I clearly understand why that was done unfortunately that then enders an investigation. Because sometimes the APP somebody one detected may have a piece of information that fits with a piece of information that another person has and if you don't on have that communication if it gets basically locked down then it may fall through the cracks in the system. So what happened at that. Point is just a few people became the what I would call the ongoing investigative team and they were the people that had had access to the information for the first four years. After this murder occurred. I was told by detectives that were working at who you did not give any specifics. They just told me the ramseys definitely were involved. That was definitely their focus with the ramseys were involved. And that's what I believe leap for the first four years I think they had group think going on and it was almost like tunnel vision. They were focused on on Patsy Ramsey that became the focus of this investigation..

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"ramseys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"ramseys" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Irving is probably one of those guys at saves them about six million dollars overall in space. There aren't a lot of other players was on the roster that you can get rid of without big dead money hits. The Anthony Hitchens contract is a disaster. He's twelve point seven million dead money next year if they cut him because they restructured him this offseason get some cap space. You can absolutely restructure Sammy Watkins Base Salary Tyron Matthews. Both of them have more than eleven million. If you want to convert that bonus there's a way to find the money but when you consider that the mahomes extension is coming and you probably have to pay Chris Jones next offseason or at least franchise it it gets pretty dicey pretty quick so that's one thing to take into consideration having to give Ramsey the massive record-setting adding corner contract pretty much soon as you sign. Him is definitely the argument that to me. That's against it and I agree. I think your argument stands as well because you're going to be good for a long time. Do you want to have no homegrown hyper like high premium town in the pipeline. That's my thought I think all in moves Frank Clark. I don't think you can go all oh enter. Maybe I don't know I mean I is a Kansas City's. Never won a super bowl. Do we think that the fan base and the Front Office and ownership and the coaching staff and all that would trade one super bowl this year for maybe a couple of years at with the law maybe two years out of Patrick Mahomes career. Almost he answered. Yes I tend to agree. I tend to agree answer's. Yes and I also feel like we can't you can't assume the think about what we would have said about Andrew Lock right right. They're gonNa be good forever and that's just not how it happens. I know that it's a different situation and he was getting destroyed. Loyd even early in his career but I don't you can say we know we're going to be good for a decade. I also feel like you have to acknowledge that. This is your best chance to win one because he's so cheap even if you think you can win one in the future and I think a really good model right now is what Seattle is doing. We can pay our guy. We can start over with the rest of the roster and we can still be good because of how good that guy hi is but their best chance was still when Russell Wilson was making way less than Russell Wilson should and I think that's the argument for why a trade like the Ramsey Ramsay one make sense. Even if it really puts you in a tough spot in other areas I listen. I don't know the answer and I also think that going all in on one year when you have like MOMS is slightly rescued because this is a game of injuries and you know you could trade for guys and all of a sudden mahomes gets injured and you're screwed I cannot I'm good enough to make the decision about whether or not you play the long game with Patrick Mahomes and just maximizes window for ten fifteen years or just try to win the Super Bowl. Do everything you can to mortgage future because that's what it is to win this role this year. I don't know the answer. Who else do you think is on the table here with that would make sense for ran for Ramsey for Ramsey Ramsey so I saw a tweet. A little bit about the teams are in on them. One of them was Baltimore. Yeah I mean Jimmy. Smith has agreed to knee east brain. He's GonNa be out for a little while. Multiple weeks is how JIM are. John Harbaugh framed it. It's not season ending but that's secondary that we expected to be. You don't try to first round picks because your cornerback has agreed to niece brain that I feel like that's about his long-term. No I got you I. I think that's more about them. Not Thinking he'll be around for much longer us so here's the list via Justina Anderson teams that have made substantial inquiries candidate. Jimmy Smith is in the last year of his contract Kansas the city Baltimore Minnesota Oakland. You GotTa be kidding me so Donald Philadelphia Seattle now. We thought Seattle the teams. We always mentioned this. I don't know if it's just that's just Howie. Roseman and Jonathan are trying to be value gods and just being like take a second forum. You just don't know that substantially Sanjay inquiries as a man they offered a first round pick but with Seattle. It doesn't make a lot of sense. I think it was Shirley. It's tough just based on the finances of it. All obviously there's it's not in the league better at manipulating that stuff in the eagles have been and the West contract is gonNA look like a bar getting much sooner rather than later but I think with us I I know it's ridiculous but the Seattle thing I mean this is a team with ocean of cap space next season again. That's why I love the way that the seahawks have done this it they have. They decided to tear it all down outside of their two best players and that was really it. Those are the only substantial investments they have so now you have have Russell Wilson Bobby Wagner and a blank canvas and these are the types of moves that are on the table for you because you know restrictions Yep. I'm I'm I'm with you. All the way just Anderson reports. Every team has placed to call or almost. Every team has placed a call. I do want to say if you are an owner and you call your GM and say have you placed Kabul Jalen Ramsey and the answer is no you should find new. GM there's only one team where that's not a problem and they've already offered six first round picks for Jalen Ramsey God. Could you imagine yeah I can actually tell you the problem one of the problems with the Texans. Is it now if you call if you're Bill O'Brien and you call anybody they're going to immediately. Just give you a gag offer yeah. They and he's a guy in your fantasy league that you know you can take advantage. Oh Geez. Can we get you know. Eleven eleven first round picks from an indelible things about a for an hour like it. That's that's where you're at now through the text and then you call back and get cousin Greg and then you get the eleven first round picks absolutely called a call Jim form of Omelettes. Take a quick.

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"ramseys" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The NFL Show

"The Falcons Look Okay and they could be pretty good so so I think that if if this is not going to be the sort of you have to unfortunately him win the Division Division that we thought no it's not and with helping weaker and even with kind of that second tier of NFC teams being a little bit more in question nor the Vikings going to be very good are the bear is going to be very good right now. I feel like the teams out pencil in for wildcard are probably Seattle and the cowboys or Seattle and Philadelphia so can the saints stay afloat in that group if they don't necessarily keep pace for the land in in the NFC south their best bet at this point is probably to win the division based on the strength of other teams everywhere but also we put two games and it's really hard to discern that but I do think that they have talent elsewhere where the exact same page when it comes to the bridgewater stuff I think the trade for him last August showed incredible amount of foresight and understanding. This is what we need to to do to have a contingency plan convincing him to come back and making him. The highest paid backup has helpful but he could have started Miami. Yep and the idea that they have and the locker room the culture just the winning atmosphere in that building to be able to retain guys on that sort of lesser deal. That's impressive to me. I think when teams can swing those deals it can make a huge difference when you're starting to fill out the margins of your Ostra and backup. quarterback is an important part of those march. It reminds me I've I've written this but Jeffey. Larry told me once right after a couple of months after the super bowl that they don't even call it a backup quarterback they just call it the second quarterback because eventually they're going to play and if you view it that way. I mean look that they made a serious. Commitment falls a couple of years ago won the Super Bowl because of it and you know that's just sort of how this works unless you have Tom Brady starter in you know obviously even even Garoppolo play oh they're not. They're injury You're probably going to have a second quarterback play and I think that's that's an interesting lesson for everybody. Let's get to Ben Rothlisberger because I think the ties into another piece of news about this week so rather burger going to injured reserve with that elbow injury a bizarre elbow injury. I cannot remember a quarterback going to I are with a non contact throwing injury. Can You I'd have to think about it. I don't I I. D- I don't remember but I don't have a encyclopedic knowledge of of of what landed everybody on. Nothing jumps out to me so the Rothlisberger thing becomes complicated for a couple of different reasons given that two years sixty eight million dollar extension next season. He has twenty five million dollars dead cap next year so if he can't play next year if this is a Tommy John sort of situation and we're looking looking at a Alex Smith timetable where he has to miss all of next season. That's brutal for this team because you have to hold his cap number and after trading for make if it's Patrick you no longer have a first round pick so while Washington it wasn't in their plans to draft a quarterback in the first round after signing Alex Smith his injury necessitated that they do it. They were able to get haskins fifteenth and kind of start whatever their next step was Pittsburg can't do that. I I understand the arguments for draft for training for Fitzpatrick. He's really talented player. You're paying next to nothing because the dolphins have signed repaid a signing bonus already all that makes sense to me but I do think that when there's a chance you bought them out this season and I do think there is it Mason Rudolph. There's no way to know now. Less stuff is on the table for them. When it comes to their next plan I get both sides of it but I also think it's a considerable risk yesterday. We're family slow news day. I kept saying Mason Rudolph Jason. Jason Gallery kept saying Mason rand off and Richie Boza kept saying Mason Ramsey twenty to throw that out there as far as name recognition of of this new steelers quarterback. I I was my my favorite Mason Rudolph things that his vertical leap at the NFL combine was twenty six inches. Hey what what do you think ours is. I know mine was uh higher than that when I was younger. What is it about now? I have no idea it's device twenty six inches so understand for an NFL quarterback. It's really funny. It's in the bottom fifth percentile. It was less than twenty eight offensive tackles at the at the combine this season. I hear it's fine. He doesn't matter the position when I was just looking at it. Yesterday I was like well. This guy is not an athlete. This is kind of funny so you start to think about what the steelers think they they are and I'm intrigued by this. I saw statue of the day the basically the stores have had a first-round pick ever since I can delete sixties or something it's just the things they don't do our may coaching coaching changes and trade the first round pick or trade up like Trade Evan Bush this year right and so they probably think they have a better roster than we do they. They probably think that Mason Rudolph can sort of be in a position where he can use the talent around him and the defense this and celebrate that learning curve is anything to that. We've seen I two weeks ago. Lead us to believe that I don't think so but I'm just saying disconnect between what we think and what can call where Mike Tomlin probably think it seems pretty massive as far as that goes so I don't know I mean I honestly do not know what the stuarts doing here maybe they maybe it's like a second coming of Patrick Mahomes and they all saw Mason Rudolph in practice and realized that he was you know he's going to be great or something. I don't know but what I do. I do know is that right now. I think that make Fitzpatrick first-round pick with that team overpay. I agree with you that they bought them out and all of a sudden. They lost a fifth overall pick or something. That's a disaster astor. I it's this is not a move. I would make it's I. I understand the arguments for it when you say well. They're not taking a quarterback anyways stuff off like that but I just feel like taking that stuff off. The table is dangerous. Making those decisions in September is a fool's errand because you have no idea we've the much time rothlisberger is going to miss is going to be complications with his surgery in March stuff like that. It's just so hard to know the thirty seven years old so that part of it and also is there hope that this team can get better with Fitzpatrick on the back end as their younger players in the secondary start to figure things out. Maybe but Terrell Edmonds is in year two. I get Devon Bush's a rookie but part of my concerns about that defense or how these players are being deployed. I mean they just look lost right now. On the back again the way or the weapons going to get any better right. I mean we say that. Maybe there you they can trust the talent around the offensively but is there that much talent around them offensively right now yeah. The answer is no the the way. I view trading first-round pick for anybody is. I think you only do it. If you think you're one player away from real contentious was my argument when the sense drafted traded up for Marcus Davenport right you know did they think that Marcus arcus Davenport was the one player Stan between them and the Super Bowl. apparently they did that didn't work out. It was some of those things were beyond his control then obviously Davenport the her for a lot of the year and then obviously the the the screw job in New Orleans happened but that's besides the point okay. It's a very narrow situation but if your it's a good example example though yeah if you're the Texans and you think Laremy Tunsil will win you the Super Bowl. The only problem was left tackle than I. I don't know is two first round picks for the Super Bowl appropriate shore. The problem is of course that. It's not actually going to work that is when you trade a first round pick when you say we can win the Super Oh now. I honestly think that the trade was good in that regard because I showed you last year for wasn't for a double doing that. Khalil Mack really was is the type of player who could make them go from good to great and I don't think there's a lot of players like that. I think rare case Jalen Ramsey might be I think in the right situation creation. He might be one of those players but I just. I don't think it's Patrick is and I certainly don't think it is in this situation all right so let's get to take shop because mine relates to this. I think the Jalen Ramsey even if the Laremy tunsil trade is one of those deals where every other executive run the league is like fuck me a right really. You're going to do this and now every player I tried to trade for is going to have to be worked to first second. It drives executives nuts when that stuff happens when people just completely shift the market for players so even if the tonsil trade didn't happen in this hypothetical. I think the Jalen Ramsey would be worth two first round picks for the right right team and to me that right team is the chiefs because it's the match rate is a good thing to bring up because it I I agree with you in a way where he such a great player and he's one of maybe the five six players in the NFL period that maybe you can rationalize doing it. He unlocked the defense. They were the best defense if it's in the NFL they were definitely contenders all of that the problem though when you're the bears even if you're going all in on your quarterback which I think you should if if that quarterback is not the right guy you're going to be in the situation right now where the bears need a new quarterback most likely and they don't have a first round pick next texture to get one. The chiefs are not almost possibly in that scenario and less mahomes gets hurt and then it's over anyway. If if he's healthy there's no reasonable reality no reasonable projection where they have a high first-round pick and this could be the player that unlocks super bowl chances so I understand that no players were two first round picks unless he's a quarterback most likely in a vacuum but I do think that for. We're the right team with the right quarterback with the right outlook. It's you can rationalize two first round picks for Jalen Ramsey in a way that you can't for most players in most teams in the League bread. Beaches never made a first round pick and they've they've traded those things away and that's why it's difficult because you don't have a second round pick next year because you already traded one away for the in the car trade and trade your first round pick away so eventually you're. GonNa have a homegrown talent. Ask You a question sure. Don't don't you think going all in on Patrick. Mahomes of all people right now is slightly short sighted because he's going clearly. It'd be so good for so long that maximize that window is really important. He's going to get very very very expensive sensitive and I understand that and I understand the necessity to do that but you already traded for Frank. Clark are brought in the honey. Badger obviously traded offer. Sean pick to get had him in the first place if you keep going all in on him. Don't you really limit yourself in your six and seven of Patrick. MAHOMES HOMES NOT GETTING HIGH draft pick every single year that that's my only devil's advocate here. I think that's a good argument. The argument to me does have to deal with the money because this obviously the the the cap is fake everything else but the chiefs have already done this before they already did this this off season. They made the big trade and traded first round. Pick only to have to give that guy a massive extension and that's what happened when Frank Clark Frank Clark's cockpit. This year is tiny. It's six and a half million dollars. Next year jumps to twenty two point seven the chiefs right now as it stands at two point three million dollars in cap space and they don't have that many logical cuts to make no Daniel Sorensen is probably one of those guys cam..

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"ramseys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Out yesterday five nothing and I'm about to have the best record in baseball since the all star break they are two and a half games behind Philadelphia in the NL wild card chase and now your forecast from the Ramsey monster weather center showers and thunderstorms this afternoon into this evening some of those storms could be severe an inch to an inch and a half of rain is possible today's high eighty six tonight's low seventy one all the range and and by eleven PM and that is your forecast from the Ramseys monster weather center mostly cloudy skies seventy five degrees here in New York City seventy four in Garden City New York the weather report sponsored by NJ diet using hair saliva DNA testing and now blood work lose twenty to fifty pounds or more and only forty days now with offices throughout New York New Jersey Connecticut now open in Pennsylvania call eight five five five NJ dot or log on to NJ diet dot com from the seventy seven W. A. B. C. news desk I'm Deborah Valentine next update at six thirty twenty four seven coverage of the updated WABC radio dot com in the morning seventy seven W. AC let's get to it because we've learned seventy seven well I would like happy hump day not much to be happy about this morning so there is not to want to head back to the wild call please check is what every single day that's a giant more nights so there's a.

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"ramseys" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The Ramseys Robbie and good are you do you guys live Georgetown Kentucky Georgetown Kentucky home of the famous Chris OGM yes that's where he went to college very cool and they had a national championship while he was there yes and all very cool so the Lexington area beautiful area of the country welcome to Nashville on all the way down here to do a debt free scream out yet all right I'm much of you paid off two hundred and sixty thousand dollars in eight years wow all very cool and your range of income during that time well we started our journey at one twenty five and interestingly enough our income went down over the eight years I we have had a couple of children along the way and I thought of calling to stay at home so that two years ago actually went part time and our twice a week so we ended our income last year at ninety nine thousand cool very cool what do you do for a living Robbie I'm a physical therapist at the university of Kentucky who am before you were a full time mom Joe you what were you doing at an insurance underwriter okay very cool your full time with the kids actually I work part time so I went to days a week and then the rest of the time I'm home with the kids gotcha okay we could jump up to show two hundred and sixty thousand eight years I'm looking at this you must pay off your house we direct you guys know very very cool well here's what's interesting our team obviously New York comic th and Zach Bennett one of our top production guys combed back through the archives of the Dave Ramsey and there's actually a phone call from you.

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"ramseys" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's like. Maybe like into the Ramseys. Oh, man. That's the that's how you change it marked a milestone, I'm so proud of y'all who was your outside sharing you on outside of your family. We had a lot a lot of family, parents cheered us on. And then you know, I can't keep quiet so spread it with all my hunting clients had a lot of cheerleaders in there as well that the classes you've taught on while you're leading financial peace. Absolutely. They tell everybody to. Excited. Is there? Life is changed. I mean, you guys are going to be multimillionaires. It's going to be their life is completely shifted. Right. Amazing. So well done well done. I'm so proud of you guys are neat. What a great story. Thank you. Great story. Well, we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you. This is your next chapter for sure every day millionaires. You may already be there. You're pretty close. Value this house 4._0._1._K money stuff. You're you're gonna be there before you know, it, and then we're going to work on the Decca Megan air there you go. So well well done guys, Don, it's a great story because you persevered for so long. What do you tell people the key to getting out of daddy's? Just power through it. It's not a microwave microwave plan. You've got all the tools, you get you just gotta stick with it and do the heavy lifting. Now what enabled you to stick with it? Do you think my rockstar wife? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're we're our our biggest cheerleaders Weeden down and work through a lot of things together. Yeah. Yeah. I don't. I don't think you've hardly got a shot. If you don't do it together. Yeah. Communication, especially when you start ten months, you can pull it off. But ten years you can't you can't drag game by ten years. It just get bloody. I mean, it's just bad, but you guys together. And now how old are you to thirty nine and thirty eight all you're not even. In your house is paid for. I love this. All right. Brandon Anna, Abby and hunter their house and everything is paid off two hundred ninety six thousand dollars paid off in ten years making seventy five to one thirty five count it down. Let's hear scream three two.

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"ramseys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Over Michigan by a score of sixty three to forty four eight more games today. Now your forecast from the Ramseys super more games today. Eight more team team. It's okay. It hasn't really worn off. You know has Teke juke and Auburn at North Carolina LSU at Michigan state Houston at Kentucky. So all right now your forecast from the Ramseys Subaru weather center afternoon showers bringing umbrella cloudy, high sixty one showers will end by midnight, cloudy, the low forty nine and Saturday, mostly cloudy skies, a high sixty eight that is your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru weather center, this weather report, sponsored by nj diet using Harris live DNA testing, and now bloodwork lose twenty to fifty pounds or even more in only forty days now offices throughout New York. New Jersey and Connecticut. Call eight five five five nj diet or log on to njdiet dot com. Clear skies at thirty one in Manhattan and Colonia. I'm Debra Valentine on seventy seven WABC running. Our comes to talk. Seventy seven. In the morning. Real stories real friends. This is New Yorker Richard Lewis. Hi, this is Keith Hernandez. God bless America is Jim Norton. Everybody's June seven. Devices. You are listening to Burien seed in the mornings. You know, what we I know this you. Because he's Friday. Do. Swung on a year too, deep right center field back goes bones on the track the cheese. Bullpen. Bye, bye birdie. And right Centerville Perry is the Birdman of New York to to pitch checks ring. Did he go around? They look to third strike three the call on appeal. The Mets.

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"ramseys" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"ramseys" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Third on those plays as much as those are your best plays. Let's try to get some yard. Yeah. The other thing I'm going to be really interested in watching his kind of how much hurry up both offenses, you know, because both both teams are so good at mixing tempo in having you know, being able to speed things up gets a line, really quick. Like, the Rams do it perfectly. They just run to the line. Get set in go. And obviously the pitches have been doing that for years. Brady's master executing. You know, the the no huddle offense, and and reading the defense and all that. And so I think the way that these teams use the hurry up. The no huddle stuff. I think is going to be key. Because like you said, they get you get the defense into a situation where you can take advantages and things. Well, it's also the hurry up it plays into these teams almost as much as anybody not because of their efficiency with the types of plays they run, but with a personnel involved riot because with the patriots if you're sitting there in twenty one and yet James seven on the field. But then you split them out. And you're trying to throw the ball out of that. We've seen them do that for years, and you do that most efficiently when you are playing fast with the Rams it's the same kind of deal. It may be the same personnel. It may be. Eleven all the time. But the way they use players in that scheme so interesting, and I feel like when we talk about sue on one side of the ball. And the guy on the other side of the ball for the Rams to me is going to be early. And I know that silly. But I'm just so curious to see how the Ramseys him. Now. Are they going to put his game? Yeah. And just in the ways they do it because there are two things I feel like that stick out with what Todd Gurley can do. And with the patriots might struggle with one. They're not as good on runs to the outside as they are runs up to the middle. We've seen when C J Anderson is in the game right now for the Rams. They wanna run these power plants inside that's their game. It's power power inside zone runs. When girl is in the game. They wanna hit the perimeter. That's the goal and use his speed. So are they going to do that more often because they feel like the patriots are susceptible to the other side of it is we've seen these linebackers for the patriots right Hightower Benoy all those guys puts affected the game close to the line of scrimmage. They're not as good coverage. Right. If you're gonna make them go out and say. All right. You get to cover Todd Gurley. Now, how is that going to go? And I feel like the Rams are gonna do everything they can to make that a real outlet. Make that reality. Do you think that the Rams are gonna try to get the patriots and sort of their more base looks because the patriots have the defensive personnel to like go dime or nickel? Yup. But then I think then you have the worry of the Rams are just content to run the ball. Which is like what they've done. I mean, you talk you wrote about it or this year. It's like, I think maybe it was Aaron Kromer said we get guy we get teams out of base pretty quick it real fast. And so what are they gonna do? And if the patriots are going to sit in nickel when you feel like you can't throw you want to a little bit do. The Ramseys more twelve throw the ball. And then they usually. Yeah. They warn sharp. I was reading who's on the podcast today with Kevin. I was reading his game preview earlier today and the Rams are just excellent throwing out of twelve in the red zone Monday. Gonna try do that other areas the field through the feel like that's something they can replicate because it's not something they do very often. So right. I mean, that's what this game is all about it's all it's. It's tendency breaking it's all that stuff that these both of these staffs are extremely good at you. And mean, who has the tiniest edges wanted all comes down to it? I tend to lean toward the dude who's done it for twenty years, but we should not underrate..

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"ramseys" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"ramseys" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Between Patsy and this crime. We have a connection between Patsy and the ransom note and a connection between Patsy and the grat. Yeah. Although we don't have real confirmation of the ransom note yet that likely was written by Patsy just that the handwriting was kind of similar well and not even considering the handwriting the point that it was her notepad. Yes, you're right. And that there was a possible practice note inter note had so the detective had found the source of part of the murder weapon, and where it had been broken because the detective had touched Giannis body. Another technician collected her g. Jeans and black blouse. So it was important to take the clothing from the detective because fibers from her clothing would be used for limitation purposes against any fibers discovered on the body. But when you think of all the people and everything that happened. It really is a forensic nightmare. So whether doing this no one bothered to collect the clothing that had been warned by either the Ramseys and both of them had been in contact direct contact with John Benes body. I huge legal fight would ensue over the following months as police tried to get custody of their clothing. Particularly patsies red turtleneck sweater her black and red check blazer Andrew for coats. And they fought that. The Ramseys foot that like crazy long-time forever time. Separately, also canvas the neighborhood. There was an elderly couple of costs the street who said they had seen John Ramsey's older. Son in job as half, brother. John Andrew Ramsay at the Ramsey home on Christmas day on the afternoon of December twenty eighth nineteen ninety six police allowed entry to the house to one of. Patsy Ramsey sisters from Atlanta pay 'em paw. So that she could get clothing for. Patsy. John Burke to wear to jonbenet's funeral. Accompanied by detective, Mike Evert poss- pen hours making at least a half a dozen trips throughout that house to take a large amount of the Ramseys possessions out of the police car. So it's not like she walked in with the policeman and took two outfits out of the closet. She had collected. She had rain of that household. She was all over the place, and that police car was track a block full of possessions. So it's a huge mistake and police procedure because absolutely nothing should be removed from an active crime scene, especially still so early in the investigation. It's only been two days. So she never should have been given authorisation to even enter the home. The thing she removed included stuffed animals from Jon Benet bedroom. Dresses for Jon, Benet, tears has sports Bank records toys for Burke, clothing, jewelry, and credit cards minute. Almost feel like if I didn't know better. And I Don. Not necessarily know better that John Ramsey had something on the police department. Why are they letting this happen? The other thing. It sounds like the stuff. She took was things that had been directed for her to take. Ramsey ramsey. So Pam, I want you to go to our house and gathered these things all I can say that. But I'm just astounded that they were allowed to get in the house and take stuff. What about the passports when they stayed? They didn't. Yeah. Okay. Well, I guess we've really hammered home how the investigation was botched. I don't wanna keep beating a dead horse over that. So let's go over the possibilities in probabilities of how Jon Benet ended up dead in her basement. One theory focuses on Patsy is Jon Benet killer. It was rumored in the months leading up to her that Jon Benet had started to pursue her independence. And that she was testing the patients of her parents since Jon Benet suffered from some bed-wetting the theory is that Jon Benet had wetter self the night. She was killed and that was the last straw scenario for pets. So Patsy stressed in annoyed at having to cleaner up than physically attacked or structure. So it would be kind of an accident killing, but she actually would have killed her by your own hand in that scenario. She would've the chief coroner in medical examiner. Dr Robert brisy concluded that the cause of John McCain is death was strangulation along with a head injury that occurred shortly before Patsy could've impulsively hit shot in the head with a heavy object knocking her unconscious. So this injury was probably fatal. You said. Right. That's that's the impression and would have killed her. Okay. And Patsy maybe she was too frightened to take Shamanee to the hospital or call for help. So she chose to cover it up so Cording to this theory pets, he took the time to fabricate a false kidnapping in order to cover up what had happened. So the whose kid with serious head injuries, who's comatose probably dying. And so she pets he's going to cover up this accident. Per possibly accidental thing maybe not accidents. But but not meant to kill her. But the thing with that is I don't think that you hit a child that hard and less. You're already been abusive in the past. This is not a smack. Good porn. Well, who's who's the flesh -ly? They think. Well. Yeah. In that documentary? I was talking about they said that the flashlight fit exactly into the fracture of mini skull your. So he thought that was the probable weapon delivered with good amount of force. He yeah. But it was a heavy flashlight. So that's the theory, that's one theory. And then when you analyze the handwriting of the ransom note, John Ramsey was cleared, the possibility of having written the note, but Patsy could not be eliminated. So handwriting experts from the Colorado bureau of investigation concluded that the handwriting. Writing samples showed characterizations that the writer ransom note was none other than Patsy Ramsey. Yes. And we've seen this examination. It definitely does look like her handwriting or does and then possession and another word business where misspelled, but there were other more sophisticated words, I would argue that were spelled correctly. So it's like they're trying to throw the reader off. Yes, seems like that. But you know, it's really hard to write that much stuff. And hide who you are hide your your own writing tendencies, your own wording of things for in the book, we read the head of an expert a linguistics expert from New York who was testified that the syntax of the note was at sees. Yeah. Yeah. There were some things that indicated it was a female, right? There were a lot of things that indicated it could have been her also. The amount of the ransom which you mentioned briefly one hundred eighteen thousand dollars was pretty much the exact amount that John Ramsey had received his Christmas bonus from his company. So this suggests that the person who wrote the note head knowledge of this also typically kidnappers are greedy. And we'll demand a much larger some of ransom. Sure, the Ramsey's. John Ramsey who's worth millions. So it's kind of odd to the police anyway that whoever had written the note was demanding such a small ransom when compared to the wealth of the family. Yes. So let's touch upon the unknown intruder as the killer Lino, neither of us really believed that, but I think we need to touch upon it as a possibility because we don't know we don't. So the note was evidence that would suggest an unrelated kidnapper if you're taking it at face value. But the details, of course, didn't add up for investigators. The FBI stated that the leaving of nearly three page ransom note was something that had never. Been seen before an any other kidnapping investigation. Ransom notes usually very short and concise with just enough details to make their point particularly in this case. The the paper for the note came from paper in the house and the writing implement was from a pen in the house. Yes. So it's pretty much figured that the kidnapper or perpetrator wrote the note in the house. Yes. So if that's the case who's going to write a two and a half page note while you could be discovered it anytime lose other occupants in the house, I know expensively asleep. But who knows on what about the rough draft there the practice knelt? Well, it's not definitively rough draft trial just when you look at the total thing the noted self and those first few characters does suggest it was a practice note. Well, just imagine going to kidnapping and deciding that you're going to not bring. Your own note or even your own paper or pen. You're not gonna bring any weapons you're gonna use something that you just happen to find in the basement. And if you wanted to kidnap her why would you even go to the basement there'd made much easier ways to leave that house with her? The alarm system was not on it would have been difficult if gained interest to the house to that broken window. Well, very difficult. I've seen some reenactments trying to do it in. It's really very small. You can do it. But not without disturbing things that were there, this is gaining entrance. How about trying to exit with an unconscious child? He. Yeah. No. It really doesn't make sense. So to experts who ever had written that note had been trying to hide their educational background to make themselves appear is maybe they were foreign because it said foreign faction, and we know the police confirmed that there were no signs of forced entry on any of the doors or windows. Right. The broken window. Had been broken by John months before he's locked himself out of the house. That's right. Yeah. Broken that window to gain entrance to the house and never bothered to repair the window. So if it wasn't a family member it had to be someone who had a key or at least had access to make a copy of key. Also, the Ramseys they did have a burglary alarm system, but they rarely used it. Now, I can tell you from experience if I have an alarm system by God, I'm going to use it. Sure. Especially when you go to bed at night suckers on right when we're both here not here. And if you have two small children, and your that wealthy find it odd. Now early in the investigation Patsy suggested the possibility of the housekeeper remember as the suspect because the housekeeper headed keep at the house and Patsy recalled that in the months leading up to Christmas the housekeeper had asked for two thousand dollars from the Ramseys to help her pay her rent now another. Time. She said that the housekeeper made an offhand comment wondering if the Ramseys forever worried about someone kidnapping Jon Benet because she was such a beautiful child. But there was no evidence ever found that the housekeeper was a real suspect. I don't see someone asking to borrow two thousand dollars as someone who's going to kidnap a child and ask for a hundred eighteen

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"ramseys" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ramseys" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Of which the events happen and of course this works especially well here as we are going to be able to go through that royal wedding piece by piece the episode opens up with the ramseys hunt for the other woman who was making miranda feel jealous who is the samantha right had samantha yes yes that's why she will not be sex and the city three because she's been fed to the dogs no tansy tanzi newton is in the house as ramsey and miranda are hunting tanzi i mean ramsey's gonna say that it's because tans he's been making miranda feel jealous this is why they had to track her down but i got to imagine that some of it is like ramsey can't have tanzi around that's too close to his name yeah it turned out to be a great episode for hungary dogs yes dogs have a very good night on game of thrones here with the lion and the rose yes and we see theon in action and we get to see now the new subservient reiki here for the first time in season four yeah and i mean he is subservient and he's like fully on board with just like listening to whatever ramsey has to say just like extraordinary loyalty to this guy because he's been put through so much trauma but even then like it's like this is still a man who could be further traumatized as he's watching these dogs rip board tansy to shreds like the look on alfie allen space as the it's it's really spectacular and conveying just how how horrible his existence is and he's not a complete show of himself yet he's just so deeply wounded and a frayed of what happens if he steps out of line has experienced enough of it himself.

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