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Alabama's Nick Saban could coach against Georgia, despite positive COVID-19 test this week.

Inside High School Sports

00:19 sec | Last month

Alabama's Nick Saban could coach against Georgia, despite positive COVID-19 test this week.

"ESPN is Tom Rinaldi. Reports Alabama coach Nick Saban is waiting for the results of a covert 19 tests today. If it's negative. That would be his third consecutive negative test, meaning he could be cleared. Perhaps even in time for tonight's game against Georgia. This one of a

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:41 min | Last month

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They already from fans they've heard it from external external factors. They WANNA go out here, Saturday night and make a statement pay last week was Alabama defense this week we're gonNA show you Alabama defense really todd. Steven Emma I'm curious big means. How many points? Tally. Quashed politics go here. Seventeen here. Bama. By seventeen is the prediction from Stephen. Smith Steven Steven Comeback Soon. We we love it. Hope you're well. Thanks. Thanks so much. Thank you you got gotTA. Man You gotTa love that Guy's Energy Steven Emmett Smith. Picking Alabama to win by seven gene points. We are heading to a break. We have had quite an afternoon here getting some previews of games early, the sabre news late your reaction right around the corner to listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. We welcome back. augie. Is Up next from new. Orleans. Paul you had a big week this week. We did this week I mean you had a lot of news and I gotTA. Say The investigative reporting of the month has to go to that. Was Aimed Peyton from University of Florida newspaper. Big. Here. Now Paul. Do you think she's GonNa get a lot of blowback from people on the team because I suspect that it was probably another student being flippant guy or something who said Peyton I gotTa Scoop for you. So you think there's a investigation going. Payton she told us the other day that She had information. She didn't I didn't. When you're a college reporter you go to class were players. You're friends with them. You know the managers you know the trainers It was still it was still a great scoop because everybody else was shooting down. Great. Scoop and I applaud or even more for standing by this story exactly when the power. So that was that was good for her but Paul today you had a call in in you had a big discussion about masks and material that they make the masks with and you said quote I am not a mask that's experts. We did say that. I kind of disagree with that. You look like a guy who could work in the garment district and some of the stuff you said. Leads me to believe that you might have because well, Y- first of all my grandmother. Did. she was a dressmaker in the garment district. See Paul you have New York all over he..

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:01 min | Last month

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I have a discussion going on with my fantasy football league. And my contention is that I saw. An Alabama. Title Belt. For Defensive Turnover Three years before Miami's chain you know you're you're. You're absolutely right about that Georgia I. It has been there for longer than that. Hey, thanks for the call. Logan is up next. Hey Logan good afternoon. We're doing. Great. Thank you. Question Do you think score predictions don't be against Georgia and Alabama. I don't know yet. I would I'm GonNa wait till tomorrow until I actually know WHO's coaching in the game. What about you? Yeah. Boy I just saw excitement is now he's negative now in the covert night thing. So now I'm Kinda like well. I don't think it really matters if he's going to be there or not. I'm just saying that everybody keeps talking about that Jones as Jones that both talk about the mail mass that's been. One of the best quarterbacks in college football, he's not getting no credit. Well I would disagree with you on that I mean I think. Jim Donahue was on earlier. He he talked about him I saw there's an article tomorrow I was interviewed for this. That's how I know in the Wall Street Journal. Stetson Bennett I mean he's getting a lot lot lot of attention. I'm sure you'll hear plenty about him tomorrow night during the game as well from the commentators. Well, we'll see we'll see how it goes smart Paul. Hope Hope. So Hey, thank you very much. Don is up next. Hey, don go right ahead. Show Paul. I wanted to hearken back a little bit to the your money your gas yesterday. Mr, Griffith from Georgia. Thanking his own way he was don't a little bit of Pat Dye honest from eighteen years ago. Georgia's not man enough to be Alabama or just. Reading more into the.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:06 min | Last month

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And he's been a bit more disciplined some other coaches in the conference to be honest with mask-wearing sideline. He set a better example there nonetheless with all that set Paul you can't deny the drama. That will unfold tomorrow as we're waiting to see whether debatably the greatest coach certainly of his ear, maybe in the history of the game in their biggest game of the regular season is going too fast to get cleared and be on the sideline with his players to take on its former assistant in a two versus three matchup in of course, twenty, twenty How else could this all unfold? Well let's hope it goes well and I think everybody is hopeful that it does Tom always a pleasure I can't tell you how much. You, giving us a few minutes means to me and everybody listening and watching Please come back soon. Thank you for your help. We appreciate a Paul so much be well and stay safe and same to everybody. Let's thank you very much, Tom. Rinaldi of ESPN in Tuscaloosa, and if for whatever reason you got in late on that conversation and try and are trying to, I'm trying to argue you're trying to figure out what we're talking about. That happens people get home flip on the TV people jumping the car. Nick Saban. Has tested negative in the in the Thursday test that that is mandated and there is a growing. Speculation that he may have tested negative again today, which could mean that if you test negative tomorrow well, doesn't could mean it's pretty obvious. Yeah. False positive on Wednesday all the reams of conversation about saving coach. Testing. Positive for covert nineteen will only be just another bizarre story and he conceivably will be coaching tomorrow night. All of that is speculative. None of us know anything other than what the university has told us, but it's pretty easy to see which way the wind is blowing in. Tuscaloosa. Alabama on this Friday afternoon, we are coming right back. Hope.

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Alabama football coach Nick Saban tests positive for Covid-19

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:48 sec | Last month

Alabama football coach Nick Saban tests positive for Covid-19

"ESPN is reporting Tom Rinaldi reporting at this hour that Nick Saban has tested positive according to a reports that breaking moments ago he now he was not a practice. Is being run by the two coordinators and that is now being confirmed by by ESPN. Sabin usually meets the media a about an hour from now, but a day that has already seen. Incredible News in relation to covert has just gotten more problematic. So Nick Saban has tested positive for covid. we will wait to see what the school has to say but You would have to presume. That he will not be available for this weekend's game

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Helicopters Help Out During Brush Fire in North Los Angeles

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Helicopters Help Out During Brush Fire in North Los Angeles

"Right right now now throwing throwing everything everything they they have. have. And And a a brush brush fire fire in in the the San San Fernando Fernando Valley. Valley. Let's Let's go go Live Live to to K K next next 10 10 seventies. seventies. Pete Pete Demetriou, Demetriou, This's This's a fire! Just awful. 1 18 freeway which moved up toward Ronal the mat. Cool. You actually saw this? He was driving a pullover Avenue. Matt. What did you see? It is the you're driving up. I was driving up and I look towards the east. I saw a big plume of smoke and look little concerning, so I wanted to make sure that the neighborhood was okay. And you had what fire that it actually jumped. Renault? Yes, it jumped. Tio 1 18 north of Rinaldi got up into the home some of the ones above and all the weather in some of the backyards. Yes, ofyou backyards. Unfortunately, those homes did not go upon fire at least 25 to 30 l. A city engine companies were here, along with four water dropping helicopters, three for the city of l, A and one from the county of Los Angeles. You were pounding this thing for roughly about an hour and 10 minutes. They've got a handle on it, but they've got camp Cruz, and they're going after the embers of of the the trees trees that that burned burned on on Rinaldi Rinaldi Boulevard Boulevard just just as as yet yet soon soon is is getting getting done done with with this this one one where where it's it's been been 116 116 degrees degrees out out here here in in cruise cruise been been working working hard. hard. They're They're actually actually breaking off units from this fire because you've got another one going at foothill up at Hubbard Street. That's east of here. We're going to be headed there. Shortly Reporting live in Porter Ranch on Pete Demetriou. Okay, Next 10 70 news Radio

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Loren Fogelman On Shifting To A Value Based Business Model

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:57 min | 5 months ago

Loren Fogelman On Shifting To A Value Based Business Model

"Welcome Lauren to the Nice guys on the podcast. Dad thanks so much for having me here, really excited about today's conversation, always happy to have someone that was referred to me directly from not only a client, but a good buddy of mine dominic Rinaldi from from his show a unplug so while that's a you're making a huge leap from mergers and acquisitions to a guy. That's a nice guy is. Is there a big big leap for you and your minders is an easy leap for you to make. My. My place is doing coming from a place of service. If I'm going to be able to serve then, it is an easy leap. Awesome, awesome well. I'm excited to have you here and I. Really Do love the idea of getting away from this dollars per hour. I mean a lot of people are are in a position where they're trading literally their trading, their time for dollars, and I love the value based model, so maybe we talk about that just to start. Can you give me maybe a one Oh one? Oh, one definition to a simple definition of what does a value based model mean when it comes to pricing. When it comes to pricing, Coming from value is actually a whole paradigm shift. It focuses on what the client values regarding your services as opposed what you value when we look at what we value, we usually value our time because we spent a lot of time preparing and getting to this level of professionalism, but that's not what Cryan style you from a crimes point of view, a highest value is what we know, not what we do. Therefore, it's an entire paradigm shift of how you even approach the compensation and Mo new clients excellent answer. Thank you for for providing that, so let's let's take it to the next step then. Then, so talk about this talk about this value based model and how it fits into people's everyday, so I'm an entrepreneur. I have a business. I have a a system that I provide in in my. In my particular case, it's podcast production, so maybe we can either use add or another example that you already have set up instead of me saying. I'm going to charge you two hundred dollars an hour or five hundred bucks an hour. Whatever it is to do coaching for you trading my time for dollars. Do we want what is a value based model? Mean to me if I'm a provider of. Of a service well, a value based motto means that you price the client, not the service, and that's where the paradigm shift comes in is because most entrepreneurs go ahead, and they priced the service what they do, but that's not like I said before what your clients really value most. Stay down your expertise when starting to think about this, you want to really understand. What is it that your clients highly value? What they focusing on is the outcome and the benefits. When we bring it back to what you do, Doug. If you do a podcast service well, the podcast service is the vehicle. It's like going. Going from Los Angeles to was Vegas. You can decide which way you want to go. You can drive a car. You can take a bicycle you could walk. You could fly, and if you fly which airline you WANNA fly on. That is what the podcast is, but what really happens is that getting towards Vegas is a particular experience. It might be getting together with people. It is about being able to get away in a way that is safe and wets may do something that I've been looking forward to then when you think about it with your clients. Why why do you really WanNa have a podcast. To do you know what that outcome benefit is that they're seeking? Oh, absolutely they're either looking to do one of three things that are either looking to build influence, build community or make money. Okay and when they are able to build influence bill community make money. What is the benefit of that? Interesting, okay to become an I think it all relates to being able to provide their services to cater portion of their markets, so it might mean selling more of what they do, but doing it in a in a variety of different ways through through becoming an influencer through community, or through just directly selling the services to people that come on the show, and and this is really the very first step that I teach is understanding who your idea is an understanding and knowing. Knowing the value, you already started to answer the first two of the three components of knowing your ideal crying. The very first one is the primary connecting with value of what is the obvious thing. If you're helping them to be able to build community or be able to expand their reach that means that more people become aware, it is one way of being able to market their services and get out there and get known as opposed remaining a best kept secret the secondary. Secondary thing about your ideal clients with what you offer them. Is that by getting out there? It actually then is going to eventually lead to opportunities that opportunities might be referral partnerships, being able to fill their funnel with new leads coming to them who connect with them, but that this is a way of being able to strengthen their business and be able to get out there and not remain best kept secrets, so that's a secondary benefit, and then there's a hidden benefit and. and. The hidden thing is what is the cost of people not working with you? Doug to get their podcast out there. Are you aware of what that might be? No, I mean it seems like that would be infinite. Possibilities of what the benefit of not working with or with or with the downside of not working with me would be well think about it. They can do themselves, or they can use you. What is the benefit of? If they don't use, you might happen. I always joke around with my clients prospective clients. I say well. You can do this on your own. You just have to go to Google and find the eighty-seven easiest steps to launching a podcast. He's going to want spend that amount of time. Doing that just takes too long to do it and you don't even know that you have the right tools if you're doing it that way. Because that, there might be a lot of costly mistakes that they make, or it could be that it takes longer for them to get found and really build their audience at because they're doing it themselves and they bootstrapping it therefore the very first thing that we covered right now as you start to value, price is knowing ideal client with that. You want to think about three things the main reasons of why. Why they coming to you, the value of having an audience expanded influence community, the secondary part of what is possible because of that now, which is that there may be filling a funnel or leads to other opportunities and referral partnerships as a way to be able to expand their reach, and the hidden chorused the thing of the decision not to work with you is that yes, they might be able to eventually. have a successful podcast, but it's GonNa. Take them longer, and they're gonNA. Make costly mistakes along the way

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"When checking today I would. I would stay away today. We love you but yeah I got better ratio. The more re tweets and favored the response. Time what What should be the penalty according to Jorges Sodano? Who's out here with this lonely? Take that all of us. Are I Yeah I don't know why you're so afraid of it. I mean the facts are there. They told him what he needed to do. And they told what they needed to do. And he was still responsible Yeah I would suspend him. I would suspended for two or whatever it is depending on whatever they come back you know I I I. I don't know how how long these conversations went win but I know they had the conversations with these guys about this numerous times so I would spend for a game or two plus thing to suspend them for the rest of his career. That's not that's not the take I feel like that's the that you guys are taking this to do we do. We suspend him if Donovan Mitchell somehow gave it to him I still think he was the responsible one. I think it's one thing to unknowingly. You know transmit this. It's another thing actually level act irresponsibly like he did. I think that's just a completely different scenario George good talking to you. God bless you and God bless you. I love you guys ready for that Mitchell question. Geez I was. How could you be my God? So billy I appreciate you getting in there and leaving the anger mom the way that it's not an angry mob but that's just classic lebatardshow. Misinformation today. I think billy was surprised that I didn't run with that tape before. Sodano did he wasn't angry about it. Surprised I didn't run with the taste if I'm afraid of. Its eighth and know what you go there. All the cancellations are just pouring in right now on the ticker everything. Just everything's good. Everything's to be cancelled see'ums students I'm golf. You may know that I play the straight man around here. I'm not actually afraid of the Sodano take. You're afraid of anything serious. This is not a shocking thing that he said Go. Bears should be suspended.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Push the season back until the summer and hope K. D. and clay can make it back to try and get them back some rating cheese the SEC. Tournament has now been canceled as well. Also I feel like the warriors have out of it at this point on naked. Totally right I believe in conspiracy theory that the NBA purposely You know infected route go bare so all of this would happen. So Jorges Nano is with us and he says go bear should be suspended Saddam. Nobody here wants anywhere near this position. That you're taking everybody is bagging. A LEGO hadn't argue your position. And thank you for making time for Sir you got. Here's the deal. I've talked to multiple teams over the last couple of weeks. I'll this stuff has been you know becoming a bigger issue right as as it's gone on throughout the world and every team has had a meeting with the League and has had an internal meeting on how to handle the situation and the first thing they tell you if you feel sick. Don't go touching people. Don't go touching people's stuff make sure you tell us right away all these things and yet he's still feels like a joke. Look Man I get it if he wasn't informed right but if you watched the news let alone the fact that you're league has taken precautions on this and the individual teams. I've taken precaution this. You're just being irresponsible at at the very least you're being naive but at the worst you're being totally reckless in a responsible and if I'm at silver I'm like Oh dude look we told you multiple times on how to handle this stuff and you thought this was a joke. How about the frigging reporters? Who Were there The other day who he touched all their stuff like those people need to feel like they gotta self quarantine they were talking about it on social media yesterday to like. I feel bad for anyone. Who came in contact with him unknowingly in those situations if he felt he needed to know better because he was told to know better. What's The tweeted this out? So what's the response to your tweet? I think for the most part. It's been positive I don't know I don't check mentioned all that much. A couple of definitely when checking today I would. I would stay away today. We love you but yeah I got better ratio. The more re tweets and favored the.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:19 min | 9 months ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Music any more planning on point. Yeah why didn't we do? Thanks Week you go on with what Timothy Merck's Tim after. Why did we not do it last week? Why did we not do the messing or last week? Well last week the issue was we were by the I think fifth-string in DC. So we didn't WanNa make things too complicated. Lorenzo's out with the flu. And then his replacement was had some sort of surgery then the replacement replacement traveled and then the replacements replacements replacement was out with some sort of issue on vacation or something and then the Thursday to people switch. It was just a whole. There was a lot going on and I said you know what maybe will pump. The brakes take one week from last week's Day which you haven't ruined yeah. We can do last week's update today. You have got Bill you have to understand. He's a fear based creature. He's afraid of everything and now is the legitimate time where a whole lot of people are afraid as the United States seems to be headed toward quarantine That's feels like where everything is headed here and I know but I'm glad it does feel like that it doesn't feel that way. Just speculation right Mike you already have like the Nebraska. Basketball team quarantined locker room last night. When Fred Hoiberg got sick on the sidelines like this is like watching. A this is like watching Zombie. Yeah he was cleared by doctors before the game turns out afterwards. He has the flu who understood but he was seen as sick on the sideline. I understand what you're doing. Please understand what I'm doing today. I feel like I'm GonNa be picking up a Lotta pieces. What you're doing today plug gaps being responsible all. I can tell that you're doing is answering his comments about the grateful dead. I go I go all day. I don't think there's an lyrics. All Dan said was it. Feels like we're headed towards a place where we're going to be quarantined. And I happen to agree with him. He feels like that and I feel the same exact way. He's not reporting. That's saying anything back. Prion windhorst is saying ESPN. Brian Windhorst is saying that players from teams. The jazz has played within the last ten days are being told to self quarantine the raptors the Pistons. The Celtics Nicks the cavs. Anyone who's been near Roading Rudy Gobert? Yeah that's in line with what's happening over in Europe Real Madrid. Soccer team is quarantine. Now because a player from the basketball team Real Madrid's basketball team which shares facilities with the soccer team test positive for a player for you. Vent is a big soccer team over in. Italy also tested positive for Kobe. Nineteen so Jabbar. Young is going to join us at eleven o'clock eastern to talk about some of the business ramifications of all of this because Cj mccollum is saying. If we don't play we don't get paid hope. Everyone save their money. I don't know how any of this works. I know a lot of people are arguing on behalf of what Mark Cuban said that they were going to put together a package for their hourly arena workers in order to keep the the people who need this business to stay afloat Getting a little bit of money on get up this morning. He said that For the time being there at least guaranteeing the next four games pay for hourly workers and he doesn't know mark. Cuban doesn't know what's going to happen. He's speculating that basketball will play seven or a sort of rhythm warm up games before the playoffs whenever they can get back to playing but all of this stuff is being discussed basketball's a leader on it The NHL hasn't made any decisions yet. But this is basketball being the leader. Because I would watch one of those twenty four seven specials that you do where you infiltrate the life of these boxers on just the decision making last night I would have loved to have seen who Adam silver was talking to what those conversations sounded like. Whoa GES reporting that. The Knicks were the only one out there arguing. We shouldn't do anything until the government forces us to do it. We should just keep gouging our customers and feeding them losing for as long as we can. We've already been diseased franchise for two decades. What difference does it make? If we're a little more disease. The Knicks are the only ones who were out there arguing. According to Wo- JR ON BEHALF OF. Let's just do business as usual until everyone dies? In the arena. Speculative does that surprise you though the Knicks would want that it was funny and woke knew it was funny because he made the punchline of his joke New York Knicks as tweet. The last thing said only one team only one team was doing this stupidity. This is not what his words there my word and then he said New York Knicks and there should have been a rim shot with of course of course it was the New York Knicks. So billy though WHO's a fear based creature looks up from his computer and he's just soaked in terror and he says no one really in particular. I walked into to cvs today and just wandered around. I wasn't looking for anything. I didn't buy anything. It just seemed like a place to go when the Zombie. Apocalypse is upon you. Just I don't know where you're doing. Why did you go to see us with no intention other than walking around? Cvs or you just stunned. Into a post apocalyptic sport as it felt like the right thing to do and the first time I was like well. I don't I don't have anything that I need to get so I probably shouldn't just be getting things that's irresponsible of other people need these things. I shouldn't be getting them so I left. You went past the sanitizer. I'll right. Oh they don't think system does that. I'll doesn't exist and then later on so we do a local hour and then I'm like you know what I feel like. I need to get something and I went back and then the same thing happened. I was like I don't I don't need anything. Think I'm good. Just walking around in stunned Hayes to solve the issue that I don't really have the well. Wait a minute. Don't say Dan. You said I'm convinced them convinced. Tony hand he's already given it to us. We will do to a higher standard exactly. That was an off air. Conversation responsible journalist Donlevatar at the house of them. And they're all rooting. I could just be like era. Go Yankees stugatz unsettling. It would be if I attended a live. Sporting event and someone behind.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

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"rinaldi" Discussed on Shareable

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"rinaldi" Discussed on Shareable

"Folks go through that process we work with companies largely with enterprise values between two forty million dollars across the country we even have started to do some international deals and I've owned it for going on on fifteen years now and it's been around for over twenty years so I actually bought this business back in the day when I was thinking about what I was going to do next talk about that you know being in mergers and acquisitions or if you've ever seen the movie American psycho murders and was he says murders and assassinations I think American psycho anyway never mind mergers and acquisitions so like getting into that like when I was a kid I want be a basketball player and I was even younger I thought I was going to be like in the secret police like police certainly thought at some point it'd be a superhero now here I am at what point did you say you know what I want to get into is helping to companies join together one company takeover another company was that always what you want to do way so I was going through a transition period and I actually went out to buy a business I had worked in corporate America I had worked for venture capital full private equity backed companies for a long time and what was going through a transition and thought to myself you know I've always wanted to own my own business now is the perfect time and I went out and started to look for businesses and started to talk to business owners and intermediaries like myself and in the process of doing that I really sort of got enamored with this industry of people who were putting owners of businesses together with buyers and I did some homework and I just realized that this would be pretty cool opportunity had done my homework in the sense that baby boomers who own a slightly over nine million of the fifteen million small businesses in the country were getting ready to retire capital markets at the time when I was contemplating doing this where wide open businesses were getting off shored or outsource tonight thought is going to be more and more opportunities where people are gonNA WANNA buy into businesses and you have all these owners who are going to want to be getting out and so there's this massive transfer of wealth that was going to occur I thought to myself as I started to look businesses well you know this is this is perfectly suited to my background and I started to do my research and came across there's opportunity and and was able to after probably nine months to cure this business that had been in operation for five years and and I'll tell you so funny how life works looking back I can't imagine doing anything else the rest of my life I I love it it's my passion and it were wounded up that it's the thing I'm really good at so what excites you about it though I think so so for context for the rest of our conversation I'm going to put out that like I money to me is generally like a thing that just over complicates everything and it makes the world very challenging place it's something I've always struggled with because I am driven by passion purpose and like how can we make more human world where we all connect them love each other more and you know all that sort of stuff so for me when I think about buying and selling businesses and things like that I there is a twinge like an under pinning of like like an Achey nece from me deals at so I need to I need to understand from you like what is the thing that's exciting about this is it is it the market opportunity is like seeing somebody exit their business and there's some moment that happens for them that is really satisfying to you like what's the thing that jet as you about this because I can't wrap my head around it yeah and I think the thing you referring to sort of that investment banking stigma right and to be clear this is not invest in banking as most people would think about it Wall Street you know greed is good this is largely family owned and operated businesses and you hit the nail on the head when you said you know it's it's seeing somebody who's built a business up for twenty thirty forty years or it's been in the family for one hundred years and in watching that business gets sold in the owners realizing return on all of those years of hard work and now being able to go onto the next phase of their lives and also seeing on the opposite side somebody coming into a business and start to realize their dream or a private quickey group or or a another company buying that company and now taking it in wanting to move it to the next level and so it seeing the human part of all of that that is really so cool for me I still get excited every time a business gets sold and I see that owner you're thanking us and shaking our hands and so excited to move on the next phase and those new owners walking in would all the excitement impossibilities in front them of taking whatever that previous owner had built to the next level how often do you get involved in the in the actual transfer of like operational intellectual property so like are you familiar with the book the myth revisited by Wada we talks about is basically like building businesses if you were going to sell it regardless of whether or not you're going to so like really building up the processes of the business and understanding how each different functions business and like laying it out until like a manual he uses McDonald's as sort of the example so when you look at businesses that are looking to sell do you have kind of a greater attraction to or you get more involved with companies they'd be lacking with what in terms of the process that you're passing on somebody new coming into new business it's almost like if that stuff isn't there they're starting from scratch so what is your in vows in that side of a business being sold or passed on are you involved in helping those things kind of crime the weather prior to the event or those things more attractive in the event so today we manage the actual transaction so somebody comes to US THEY WANNA sell we put a market opinion of value on that business and if the market union EVALU- it matches the owners expectations and hopes and the business is going to be marketable we take to market or if somebody wants to buy a business as we help them develop their strategy and we go out into the market and we find something for them to acquire so we're very much transaction were entered today however probably six to nine months from now that will change we are going to add the component that you're talking about which will allow us to work with owners in helping them prepare for an exit so looking at all of the key aspects of business and what makes for a more valuable business and maybe working with them a year to three years ahead of time so that when they do go out to the market to sell their getting maximum value or conversely with a buyer wants to go out into the market by something if they haven't really developed their strategy in their plan and how they're going to integrate working with them ahead of time to put all those pieces in place so the by the time they get out to the market to acquire something they're really ready and they can move fast and in speed really matters and transactions whether you're selling your your buying so being prepared today you decide to do it really matters and it seems to me a little bit like staging a house you know like when my wife and I we just bought a house in the most wonderful neighborhood in Philadelphia called Queen Village which I've been dying to move to and when we looked at all these different houses there's a market difference when we looked at a house that was stage versus that was not an I'd imagine in selling a business there's a little bit of that like you've got to help people envision themselves there by showing them here's how you're going to be able to run it it's the transition it's going to be easy but then at the same time you know you can look at staging as this helps to to sort of gloss over maybe some of the the errors and omissions like in the whole thing so as you're thinking about building that area of the business kind of what's the motivating force behind is to make transitions easier or is it to actually help businesses in a better position to have a successful transfer of operations nor Lebeau right so we start with we want to get maximum value for our clients who own a business in WANNA sell it and the way to get maximum value is to prepare it and and preparation in in a business has many layers to it many layers it it it's it's the financials it's the operations of the it's the owner themselves or they impeding the progress of the business you know does operate without them how much cash is required to operate so there's so many layers and what what about the legal aspects of the business can legally be transferred over without a lot of interruption to the business have the done their estate planning so there's so many layers and then when you flip over to the buyer side I hit on some of them what's the strategic plan it would have the really trying to accomplish are there. is the management team bought in to the process of buying who's going to integrate the new company once they once they by it like so it's thinking through all of those layers of issues so that you have a really good plan and I'll tell you there's no perfect business out there so if people prepare ahead of time I've never S- we have a tool that we use that scores companies between zero and one hundred of never ever seen anybody score hundred because there is no perfect business out there and as a buyer you're actually don't WanNa perfect business because you want the ability to grow it you don't WanNa take over something that's going to be static but you know having a good score is going to maximize the value of your business when you when you go to sell it so let's back up a little bit let's talk kind of more broadly before we get into a whole bunch of different specific stuff like I said before we jumped on this like I thought a lot about what I wanted to talk with you about Tom because he'll look mergers and acquisitions very specific niche kind of topic right there could be a lot of people listening right now being gonNA finish the rest of this episode of mergers and acquisitions one will ever you know benefit me so I wanted to make sure that I could really look at this from a lot of different perspectives so before we get into some stuff that maybe how mergers acquisitions at grew level affects our economy or you know some things that are going on right now in the world of companies that are acquiring other companies and intellectual property and all these other things let's go back to the very beginning I want you.

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 Rafael Nadal looks good at US Open, and Tiger Woods approves

Get Up!

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Rafael Nadal looks good at US Open, and Tiger Woods approves

"Rafa nadal advancing into the quarterfinals with four set win over marin shila nidal dazzling the crab some spectacular moments including a fired-up tiger woods was there to see it and then adult talked to tom. Rinaldi about playing in front of tiger

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Clemson Tigers suspensions upheld after B samples test positive

WGR Programming

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Clemson Tigers suspensions upheld after B samples test positive

"Clemson Tigers will play in Saturday's Goodyear, Cotton Bowl college football semi final against Notre Dame will be without star defensive lineman. Dexter Lawrence tight end. Brayden Galloway an offensive lineman. Zack GLA three players remain suspended after be samples from the NCW administered drug tests, also showed trace amounts a banned substance. The three had tested positive earlier this month that's their Lawrence Thursday with our own Tom Rinaldi car start driving home to back to my house. I was just thinking like, well, you know, I can my last game could have been pit. And so this is kind of order doesn't low point was, and then I just got home start talking to my mom. It all cleared up a little bit. We just started talking about it. You know, talking cosilino a little bit more. And is everything I'm I'm at a piece right now, you know, with whatever happened just because I know, you know, has a plan for me. And does something great greater than is going to come. You know, you gotta get over these -versities to you know, the darkness to see the light Lawrence was also asked about how it happened. Honestly, no idea. I'm still thinking Jonah found out work come from in doing my research just to see where it could come from. But I don't know. Tom Rinaldi with Dexter Lawrence of the Clemson Tigers also appeared on sportscenter with Kevin Gandhi power, they handled this type of news surrounding Dexter Lawrence and the unknown moving forward or Kevin Dexter Lawrence sat for forty five minutes in answer to each and every question posed to him about that failed drug testing over and over he expressed his shock and his bafflement about the way the result came back as for Dabo Sweeney. He was unwavering in his support of Lawrence and the two other Clemson players who were flag saying he was absolutely certain. None had done anything intentionally wrong. How does Clemson try to fill the void left behind by the three hundred and forty pounds standout Judy be unable to go three players, but most importantly senior lineman Albert pug, it's who Sweeney described as a co starter and a definitive NFL prospect. He has played more than twenty

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ESPN, Tom Rinaldi and Christine Lisi discussed on Fantasy Frenzy

Fantasy Frenzy

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

ESPN, Tom Rinaldi and Christine Lisi discussed on Fantasy Frenzy

"State football coach urban Meyer in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi said it breaks his heart to hear that. He was trying to help former assistant coach Zac Smith not dismissed the domestic violence allegations made by his ex wife didn't catch

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Trump administration seeks to end agreement on child migrant detention

Rush Limbaugh

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Trump administration seeks to end agreement on child migrant detention

"Week Trump administration seeks to end agreement on child migrant detention. This. This is such a nothing burger story as well as well, this this goes back the allegation the media and the left made that Trump was purposely separating young children from their families at the border when they arrived at the United States for freedom and prosperity and Justice. Entropy hates immigrants was separating. The families is putting the Barrington Jalen and putting the kids in romper rooms. And he wasn't letting them out. Ever was horrible. And none of that was true. Trump didn't order anything. Trump wasn't ordering any separation and has been US policy for years and years and years. That families be separated when they arrive here illegally, and when the adults are claiming asylum.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And the first thing you ask me if I can relate to win, you have to vomit. Yeah, you know, when you when you vomit and you just want to get it out, you stick your finger in your mouth to try me. I'm pretty sure you're talking about an eating disorder, but. Okay. No, I don't want to get done. I don't wanna go down that road them to tore night of drinking. Yeah, yeah, exactly. That cut comes without needing the finger down the throat in my experiences you'd be. You'd be surprised. I really forcing few can rally. They're real cast iron stomachs and the goal cow. So sometimes you need a little help initiating. But that being said, I don't think this necessarily applies to crying because I'm concerned about Mikey is why what you tried to basically apply with that logic now to your eyes. But that's where I got the idea from. I said, well, you know what I was, oh my God. I was trying to, you know, force it out with my muscles didn't work. So I said, well, let me try to tap me. You know, my my iris a little bit and get a little tear going, and maybe it'll just start flowing. You try to make your I throw up by sticking your finger in it is what you're essentially saying. Exactly. I tried to use his eye muscles and they didn't work. We muscles, I'm trying to use my muscles right now. I don't know what I'm doing. Feel like they're shaking. Using your muscles is hard. Give me a headache. It really is. And so you tried to poke yourself in the eye and you still didn't cry because honestly, that would hurt like it would draw tears. And you were in your in your car on the work lot here. So anyone that you work with or who works above you could've walked by in theory and seen you poking yourself in the I in your car and probably wouldn't have been very weird. Right? That's why I stopped eventually because I think it was security guy walking by looking at me. We're in. This is not a good luck. So you've never see. You're not a crier you just that was your most. That was your big, your strongest attempt at crying and you just failed this. It's close as I can remember come into cry. And lately I think telling that story makes me wanna cry. Honestly, vet made that made me sad with anything like we need you don't. We need to do. We need to get Tom Rinaldi in here just for Mikey, see like we need a cry intervention for Mikey see led by Tom Rinaldi where they just sit in a room together and Tom stairs into your soul until you cry. Yeah. I mean, Mike, you just have trouble getting such with your emotions. It's real thing like it's difficult goes the last time you cried. You remember? I can't. As as as an adult. You haven't? No. Have you lost any close relatives? Yeah, very close and no crying, no man. That's why it's so bottled up. I need to get it out some. No. I mean, this is a serious problem. This has gone from a joke of a segment to a series problem. And Mike, you see needs. I mean, we have some pretty good benefits here at ESPN. You might as well. Go ahead and try to see somebody about that like seriously or just come down here to their piss couch, if you will. There's nobody really there. It's just a camera, but you can talk to your feelings if you have any, you can try and do that while I try and have this conversation watching old men hunt catfish on the Ocho. I've not looked up in a minute. I I've, honestly, I've gotten a little disappointed because I feel like Jeremy shop just legitimizes everything and they're no longer crazy sports. There's probably some some detail in there that were missing. That makes this a genius idea and something that everybody should do. The stays taken a turn. He really has. All I really wanted to talk about was he's Christmas matchups and the NBA, which and really it's just for selfish reasons because I'm trying to figure out which one I'm going to be at..

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"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The spring Bank holiday at Cooper's here near glider Gloucester the can say, whatever you want to pressure. Yeah. Well, I mean, Liam is British and he's in the studio with us on. Fortunately, I wasn't going to be able to get that one past. Okay, he's the, he's the barrier to entry here. I think Jeremy Shep received these assignments. Like, how do you think when he was told, hey, we want you to do something about frog jumping and cheese, rolling and catfish hunting that Mr. Jeremy shops on of the late dick Schaap two of the MO, the best journalist SPN's ever seen, how do you figure he took that? I think he's excited because I think about guys like him and Tom, Rinaldi who are so. I used to like when Tom Rinaldi comes on my screen during college football season. I just we talked about before when you have a good cry. Yes. Every Saturday when Tom Rinaldi comes on my screen, my body just starts producing tears. It's, I mean that's an absolute right. Like there's no not every single time, but there isn't a fan of sports or let's just say there isn't an ESPN fan who has not cried at some point, listening to Tom Rinaldi's voice to refocus. Is a thousand percent. True? I, it's impossible at some point. He's gotten everyone. It's gotten to the point where the first time I met him in person I had to collect myself literally is my body's natural response, but I feel bad because I'm sure he's a funny guy. I'm sure he likes to have a good time. So maybe Jeremy shat thought this is a relief. Like Finally, I don't have to bring the soul crushing news to people who makes you cry more. Is it shop or is it Chris Conley who used to work for MTV news and now does the same type of like my way Renault Renault Renault. renault. See, it's funny because I hear Rinaldi and I think this is the voice of sat sports story. I hear Chris, Connelly I hear this is the voice of MTV. I still can't get over it like I hear his MTV his. And so I feel like I'm no, I'm going to hear something sad, but unless it's over the top like ridiculous automatic tears, I feel like I still hear more of the MTV guy and I can't. I can't really. I can't really go all in with tears. That is tough. Like once you've got someone's identity fixed like that, it's really hard to break away if you like Rinaldi when he meets, people has to say rude things to them if not curse at them so that he could basically be the opposite of who he really is. Right. 'cause if you just start talking to him, you either think something sad. It's gonna come up or you're just in a really relaxed mood and it's just like, oh, right. It's not really going to be a vibrant environment. They're like he's got a really pick it up and change the pace surprise people. You're like, whoa, this is. The Tom Rinaldi I know I get it because as a person who spent most of my life pretty big, like being three hundred pounds, especially when you approach smaller people or small women, you always have to come in big smile like be very inviting and welcoming or else. People are scared of you actually do want dive into this a little bit your transition from as you call it. What size were you before? Would you say? I was at my heaviest three hundred and ten pounds. So you're transitioning from like big to as you put it, regular people says, yeah, more or less. I like to call myself a reformed fat and what other things have changed in your life as a result, other than not having to smile at people to prove that you're not intimidating them? Well. So for me, the most soul crushing moments were always at retail stores. Like I would go to like, I don't wanna put them on blast, but 'cause it's not their fault. I would go into urban outfitters. There was one by school and I would go in there when I was bigger because you know, I like some of the stuff in there. I wanted to check it out and they don't carry pass. A two x, and even that is difficult to find. And so I would walk into these stores and I would look up and one of the, you know, you know, young men or women who was working at the store would.

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Cavs acquire forward Sam Dekker from Clippers

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Cavs acquire forward Sam Dekker from Clippers

"Gotta stall in, lanes I'm just left it took off. Say more than men at nine. Fifty four grams of ravens are practicing here's two days away from the preseason opener for, the Rams and Baltimore quarterback Gerry Goffin how he's doing with this year's. Offense as time goes on us continue, I think when we start to really we've really putting all our installs now we're starting to run the same place over and over again in our in our good plays over and over, again to figure out. What we like what, we're good at and when that happens I think you become more comfortable within starts role of the veteran NBA trade clippers send forward Sam. Dekker who was among the many, bodies they acquired in last year's Chris Paul trade to Houston for the, draft, rights to thirty four year old six seven forward Vladimir VERA, Banco money and rights to Thirty-three-year-old six five, shooting guard Rinaldi's Buddhists about that guys Their thirties and while. LeBron James. Way tours first game is a Laker he's producing a new docu series, for Showtime, called shut up and. Dribble which is basically what a Fox. News commentator once told him after. He called out President, Trump about not caring for the. People you. Still have a couple of minutes until the, top of.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"App i love it man i love getting to spend that time will scott the first event that i ever worked with him was the two thousand eighteen master's tournament down at augusta national golf club and he was so kind to me and gave me so much time and it was it was interesting because when tony female got hurt and blew his ankle out i was one of the only people who had spent any time with fee now i did a big feature on tony before the masters that year and then of course during the parthree he blows his ankle out pops it right back in like a boss and plays seventy two holes on a very hilly golf course extremely well and scott was so complimentary of my coverage of tony and the interview that we had done together and i just meant so much to me how welcomed he made me feel him and rinaldi gino and curtis strange and all of the folks who are so immersed in espn golf made me feel so welcome and i'm i'm forever indebted to them for that i appreciate above all about that conversation scott's commentary about being a dad and the perspective that gives you about the world changes everything and i love what he said he says to his daughter in a car pool line because those are the moments as a father with your children that are indelible and that they remember forever so good on him for being kind of dad it's important now it's time for the mardi party but it's a bit different one this time it's a bit more serious subject i just got back from one of the most important events espn covers the special olympics i have had the great blessing of covering to special olympics.

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Tiger Woods shoots a 3-under 69 in the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods shoots a 3-under 69 in the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational

"Tiger woods has won the arnold palmer invitational eight times it his career at bay hill after opening rounds of sixty eight and seventy two woods puts together a three hundred par sixty nine in the third round on saturday six birdies against three bogeys the overall total sevenunderpar though leaves him five back he's behind the leader hendrik stents and also some notable contenders including the likes rickie fowler justin rose patrick read it rory mcilroy standing in between tiger in the top of the leaderboard tom rinaldi and andy north on tigers round and the state of his game notching his ninth consecutive round now india par or better tiger woods needed to gain some ground on leaders and he did they did not run away and hide in around that he characterized as pretty good what did you see fit that description while i think he did a lot of things well a couple more greens and you sit in the first couple of as the one thing that he didn't quite as well as he's been doing of the five green tea misty the only got the ball up into ice which led to three bogeys made enough birdies to get himself in position unfortunate those bogies her sometimes andy we see.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Rinaldi in your room at the maximilian hotel wearing came in the end i find yourself to specific item his of the joy all right all right mattio rebounding or any regional hub is whatever you're gonna icg pretense of his trial in order to the may have an opportunity to study this film and found i object the how did you brought this law would be passed by this what he four dollars the over who or a new volcano morning the mind after seeing that poking victory attended the durham wave meeting rinaldi and possibly demanding a bribe how can you how can anyone doubt he's magro the greeks credit for legrand with something like this or move believe uh that which you see and nothing you here on the mobbacked wasn't he santa even he couldn't denaro man those for sound besides durham niepokalanow there but you saw you saw the motion pick jack there because i did see him speak i know he didn't say the things that we're on the soundtrack of that film pretty lean them on have you ever watch the movement of a man drama for from these leaks that would you mean you know what he really no no he's faith with half averted from a camera i couldn't these live i don't know just what he did say but i know he didn't out of the woods we just heard oh platinum maatted with gill the voice saying those other things demanding that drive i swelled yes so we're would jury lago something is done before hours one of the finest men in this country in an innocent man tentative done going to be railroaded into prison for fifteen years by political enemies stopping remarkable ray of wants you to wait mccaw the mawyer bilden what are you going to get him a mob going up to the 25th for magoe the shadow has an appointment with one of the most crooked lawyers in the city anthony vogel with though interested in the public welfare that he went to the trouble of having a town camera planted incentives have done so told sweet on the night of december sixteen.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Decided to ignore it but but he's the guy that admitted to assaulting rinaldi but he said it was okay it was a justified because rinaldi's racist so i talk to met rinaldi in now for those across the country don't remember this this is this was like a bigger story of the day like monday or somebody committed them and everything else happened but what happened in the in the texas house i was a bunch of people showed up to protest i think the century city bill right of a sanctuary city all the anti century should be law we still texas and they're holding signs saying undocked to undocumented in unafraid and they were saying on um illegal and not going anywhere shaw rinaldi says you know this is a little bit out of hand move started my goal into the building down the hall in rinaldi says that of those who were supporting the protesters who actually the house were like growling them up in men and pumping their fists and everything else enroll he said look i'm calling ice are they told these these democrats in the house i called ice and that i guess because he called ice have people who are admitting to crimes vat means he's racist so we talked to him about that his vantage point if you look at the liberal the lefty newspapers when they report this story the headline is texas state representative threatens to shoot another one there are actually acting like rinaldi did something wrong he does however in you'll hear him talk about this about at the bottom of the hour he does talk about his gun he does talk about what he's willing to do to protect himself but does he walk up to a colleague you'd say just electrical machine i'm going to say he doesn't say that way scan put it out there lotta people.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on WDRC

"By that are people who were in the country illegally now about the dallas morning news and the way they've characterized as they call matt rinaldi state representative and a republican a supporter of anti immigration legislation let me tell you what the truth is there many of us are in favour of enforcing america's immigration laws so is representative rinaldi in fact we've got a call into representative rinaldi's office have since morning and i'd love to have him come on the program and talk about what actually happened those of us who are in favour of enforcing immigration laws are not anti immigration what we are is anti open borders open borders means you don't have a law that controls who comes in your country and who does not as far as i'm concerned there's nothing wrong with having laws that regulate who comes in and who does not i'd be willing to bet that if you're like most americans at your home you decide who you're going to invite to your home you decide if somebody who shows up on the front porch and knocks on the door and asked to come into your home can come in are not because you are a sovereign citizen you live in a house your house's your space it is not opened the indian all who's show up if somebody's stood on your front porch banged on the door and when you answered that person said i wanna come in i want to drink water i want to eat your food i'd like to sit on your couch and watch your tv you would likely if you were very polite and very restrained you might say i decide who comes into my house.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on WLAC

"Go up and say rule show me you're not many of this they didn't do that so a republican representative matt rinaldi put on facebook and then said to one of his democrat colleagues then he called ice on them okay yeah upset about this no no neither my in fact mad the sad thing is that nobody else called ice yeah all of your other colleagues should everybody else in the state they have done even the democrats this is what should happen are in violation of law instead he claims to democrat colleagues one of them physically assaulted him and the other one verbally assaulted him written that one of them and he didn't go into detail of what the the physical assault was that i know but this is what he claimed happen in which causes a raucous amongst the legislators as well so you have all of the illegals back and forth in the protesters and everything out there in the hullabaloo there that actually ends up causing because of this dispute between the two guys or three guys on more rockets on the floor of the house so they get into it as well so then that rinaldi pose kind of an explanation on facebook says today representative poncho navarro's mm threatened my life on the floor after i called ice on several illegal immigrants who held signs in the gallery when i told democrats i called ice representative raymond ramiro physically assaulted me and other democrats were held back by colleagues yeah during the time pancho told me he would get me on the way to my car he later approached me and reiterated that i had believe at some point and he would get me while so this way right this should to all the guys who assaulted him that he name be saying that other ones were held back they had to be held back what did he do leftists what he did he do democrats he all the policies he had the law enforced on the dreamers that's the problem he had he called the hallways.

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"rinaldi" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"rinaldi" Discussed on WRVA

"To the legislature to protest would she did happen here in north carolina were they then get into the viewing areas of the legislature and then make it impossible to conduct business and the reason for that is sold at the tv cameras can watch them getting limp limped carried out of there right well that's what you had down in texas basically you have what is known as the senate bill for sp four and it speaks to a variety of issues but more specifically a sanctuary city stuff well the left is beside themselves so they heavy protesters showed up in that's fine however there is one very specific thing that happened after they as they shut down halfhour the texas legislature with the you know with the the organi the organiz way in which they do it in the way that you do it by the way just for those you wonder what i mean by that is your had everybody go bonkers i at one time you have a group here and then you gotta stop and handle that and then a group here and it's all pre coordinate coordinated to maximise media exposure so there expelling the gallery at this point because if not the would have been shut down for hours and hours expelling the gallery and there's a group of the protesters against the s before that are holding signs sane a legal in here to stay a republican lawmaker by the name of the matt rinaldi called ice and said hey we have we have a group of protesters shearer holding signs say illegal in here to stay in there currently being arrested in an this decision is one that i feel that i should inform you of now whether he's whether you agree or disagree with what he did that's what he did he then told another colleague about it the problem was two of his fellow lawmakers heard him and they lost their minds representative ramon romero and representative so where is the sowa poncho something or other poncho now a senior thought it was big knows name is poncho a never as all right and here's matt rinaldi who is the republican lawmaker here is what he posted and this is something that i keep seen left out because i've seen stories were there basically saying.

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