17 Burst results for "Rob Brown"
"rob brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Greg Jarrett thank you very much for that Greg Jarrett with your Bloomberg business flash I want to bring in rob Brown right now He's a managing director in global CEO at Lincoln international financial and we're an interesting time right now rob where I think a lot of people are trying to make the decision Is this a market where I need to get defensive and preserve capital or is this big dip buying opportunity where I can find some undervalued on loved babies that have been thrown out with the bathwater Which way do you see it Well I think we're coming off this record M and a year and it's going to be hard to surpass or smash last year but I think if you look at most companies you look at their forecast for this year There is a sense of economic optimism about performance despite the volatility you see in the public markets And I think if you look here on top of that the amount of capital sitting on the balance sheet of corporates sitting in private equity that wants to be put to work to invest in acquisitions it's still going to be a good year this year Right now where we sit today there's definitely some clouds on the horizon I think the decade we've had of low operating costs low regulation and taxes and low interest rates and inflation There's some clouds on the horizon on that But I think if you look at capital availability and still economic optimism among the CEOs I think there's going to be a desire to put capital to work continue to grow through acquisitions So it's interesting rob I mean I'm just looking at the tech sector from an M and a perspective We started the year off with Microsoft nearly a $69 billion deal for Activision Blizzard and now we've got Citrix systems being bought out as well Are tech M and a I mean it just seems like I thought prices might have been so high that the buyers would have some caution but it doesn't seem to be that way No I agree with you I mean I think the intense demand you're seeing for technology and for digital and data driven assets that's going to continue And I think part of that is everyone talks about the tech world and tech M and a but what's really driving that is every other sector the economy continuing to go through these digital transformations and really feeling the need to use technology in better ways and more effectively to grow their own businesses or to be more efficient So I think if the secular trends in technology probably more so than any other sector of the economy I think you're going to continue to see a very very strong market there And we're seeing that in our business Sorry how does the rising rate environment affect M and a this year I mean if you look at it from a consumer point of view obviously higher rates make it more expensive to buy stuff On the other hand you want to when you see rates rising you want to go ahead and lock those in as quickly as possible Is it the same on a larger corporate or M and a scale Do people see rates rising and say we better buy this stuff now before they rise too much Maybe I think if you back up a minute the reason right rates are anticipated to rise is because we're dealing with inflation that we haven't seen in decades So I think the bigger risk potentially to M and a or company performances how do they deal with inflation And the view I think by most economists is this is going to peak some time this year and you're going to start seeing some of the wage inflation pressure come back So that's what's kind of embedded in And I think a lot of CEOs feel hey I can deal with that I can predict that I can still make my budget If they're wrong on that obviously the rates are in response to potentially overheating of the economy I actually think when people are looking at companies or thinking about M and a they're more thinking about hey how is inflation going to affect my performance And is now the time to go out and buy something or should I pull my horns in a little So rob how about for the small and midsize business here as it relates to inflation It's one thing for Procter & Gamble or McDonald's to say hey we can pass along a lot of our price increases but it might be another thing for small and mid sized businesses How do you think about that That's a great question I totally agree with you I also think you layer on top of that You look at the executives running these companies and I'll put myself in there No one's really had to deal with inflation like this since the late 70s or early 80s So there's not a lot There's not a playbook There's not an institutional knowledge base that you can say well how is this really going to affect our business and how do we respond to it But I agree with you I think if real wage inflation is here for a longer period of time you're going to start seeing that affect company performance because you're exactly right Even some of the big companies there are certain industries where it's very hard to pass on costs and I think smaller companies that aren't as diversified have fewer levers to pull to make up for that All right rob at Lincoln financial folks coming back to work How you guys thinking about that there Chicago Yeah Well it's a timely question because today was our first day back kind of take three Oh that's your first date back Our first day back for everybody was July 19th And it was great We had a lot of fans here We had everybody back in And then Delta hit we had to go back to voluntary And we came back in October again excitement to be back And then all The Crown hit and today is our first day really really wanting people to be back in the office I mean for some period of time and this may be forever we want people in the majority of the week if they're not traveling So that's three days a week So I think we're trying to have some additional flexibility as our people have proven they can be productive really from anywhere but also making sure people are in This is a mentorship business The social capital we serve our clients better when we're together more So we had our staff meeting today and there was.
"rob brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To check in with in this half hour Tim Courtney chief investment officer at accentual wealth advisers get his thoughts on these markets plus rob Brown He's a managing director and global CEO of Lincoln international I want to talk to him about rising interest rates how much where are we going to see that the most across the globe But first let's go to great Jared I'm going to Bloomberg business last quick Wow we took off for a bit there We're a fair amount higher with the NASDAQ leading all the game Spotify shares jumped higher after Joe Rogan issued an apology over his controversial COVID podcast Breast cancer's black rock global tells Bloomberg some tech behemoths will continue to buck any downward trend When you have companies like Apple you can take any other name within that large cap universe You know they've come under pressure but maybe for the wrong reason because these are not companies where you're looking at discounting cash flow in ten years as we saw last week to generating tremendous cash flow in real time Right now apple's up 1.7% at a 173 22 per share The S&P is of a tens of percent of 35 that I was up a tenth of a percent of 27 and the NASDAQ up over 2% up 280 At the ten years down four 30 seconds the yield 1.78% was taxes intermediate crudes up four tenths of a percent at 87 18 a barrel would come at gold of 6 tenths of a percent 1796 90 an ounce The dollar yen one 1523 the Euros 1206 and the British founded dollar 34 ten I think it found a good deal for you guys on a 10,000 ft² storefront in Manhattan Manhattan's retail.
"rob brown" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Let us talk a little sports though as we transition into some hockey. Talk here where i am. The ottawa senators are well from the sports perspective. The kings in the city and they took on the chicago blackhawks on monday night. I think there was probably some after a four one win in dallas. And i start to a road trip. There was some optimism going into that game because this just in the chicago. Blackhawks are in a bad way. Not only is this their ten th game of the. They're playing last night and they still had yet to win a game. They were kicking up a little dust off the ice and we'll touch more on the beach story here in a moment but that looked like a very winnable hockey game the got thundered five one by the chicago blackhawks patrick kane back in the lineup after being out with kobe e comes in with a hat trick and man. He's beautiful key player. I'm not sure that there's another player. There's others i would put in the same breath obviously mcdavid gretzky. But i know there's ever been a better pop candler especially in traffic than the election. Cain oh my god that just watching him. Particularly in a powerplay setup where guys are pressuring him. He'll just move your let's go shimmy this way. Shimmy that way. The the routine way that he makes his saucer passes when guys have their sticks in lanes it just so beautiful. The watch and the guy's been doing it for such a long time. I'm not sure that he necessarily it gets love. Don't get me wrong. But not sure. His game gets the full love that it deserves. I get that just a an absolute superstar. And i don't think there's anybody but the park maybe ever than patrick kane. I wonder. do you think there's more stars league now than than ever like really good players. Yeah i think there's always the same sort of percentage of superstars at any given time they used to have built their resume toward the legends. Have but i mean. We're we're watching. Alex ovechkin. I think he's going to be the all time leading goalscorer before he's all said and done like he's he's already like he's got two points a game to start the the the season right now. Last i checked. He had nine goals in his first ten games so to suggest that he won't catch gretzky. I think i mean unless injury hits or he really runs into a wall like the guy is just physically dominant as he starts out this new contract so to answer your question. I think there's always the same percentage of superstars in any generation that just while you're living it you don't appreciate it because they haven't become legends. They haven't completed their career work of art. If i guess. I should always answering my own question. No it it seems there. Is you know it seems there. Yeah the there's they're younger at least you know. They're younger the stars. I heard good. Yeah thing last night to send the oilers beat. The cracking five to and in the in the rob brown does the game stuff. And i really like him..
"rob brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Down. The right sideline of Brown is there to hold it in Antonio Brown. They're not successful. Rest driving that passes brought by God one for the touchdown. Tampa Bay Buccaneers shoot when a rapid bringing out on their opening drive this time 94 yards 45 to go in the opening quarter. Here comes the blitz Throw pressed by hands. He throws part that is lamb and leave loses the field just looks at a touchdown was saying something about sangria, grading the fake and rolling and throw them and that will be caught. And that's rob Brown casting. The 101st touchdown of his career low snap press that throws four in the end zone by a Mari Cooper touchdown at the age of 40. Or break steps up. Avoids the rush. Closed court touchdown. Antonio Brown. Oh, you know you're talking about pocket presence, and he's he's done everything you can feel it coming in from the side steps up, finds the open spot. Bingo Here. They come after braving flares, calling back to the angel touchdowns in the rest died for the end zone. It's going to be I'm Ari Cooper with a touchdown touchdown number two tonight. Church number 10 Ready Goblin loose and he loses it in the engine and Jordan Lewis is going to come back with it to the 12 yard line was trying to get into the end zone and Austin and that kick. How about that? It's good, right? In the middle. Ready looking that way and fires that it's going to important has done with making the catch. Got it finally have a kicker and Tampa Bang who bring them out. Bring them out. Bring them out. Bring them out. The mouth. Bring.
"rob brown" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Sean. Payton offense masterminds. Didn't play as much last year. So fresher a boy. I i. I'm not enthused here. Going luke luke luke. I wall sizzle. But it's it's that's that's hot enough for me appleby. You're you're breaking ties. I i like the fact that it has Alvin kamara go. I just saw sea james winston. Bring that kind of player. They a practice from shelvin. We don't get a lot of whol hot takes but this an excellent one. We don't here right. Connor bavard winds whol. Mvp only to seventeen year olds of everyone. Whol mvp both in the eighties. When they gave out separate awards per conference course would be a sixteen year old. Mvp witter and theoretically would have a shot at three. Give us the seventeen year old. Mvp's he said in the eighties with that. Be our guy rate like did raewyn league. Mvp at seventeen. Look it up here that he torched I'm gonna goals was eight hundred. Eight four hundred and eighty four. You gotta hug also did zach win it. I did with it. Yeah but i wasn't that age. The other sort of candidates only just sketch it out a little bit potential. Mvp's out of the dub cool cylinder for trump. Pick this year Seth jarvis for trump pick last year dylan gunther for some pick this year. Boy logan stanko van of kamloops kurt. Sebastian casa the big goaltender edmonson. Maybe a few others. And i spoke with few whol insiders over the show. And you know they're all saying convert as the golden boys are poster child favorite sixteen years. He probably is. Wow i mean he's nearly two points per game last year with the regina pats. I love the the ingenuity. Here is fantastic counterintuitive. Even if he is a fair because of the sixteen year old. I haven't heard before there's boldness my only question is i'm a sizzling it or am i just taking it too hot i'm gonna ask shelvin. I'm gonna cecil it. Just because he took an area where we don't often go in this segment. They made it interesting and gave us something to chew on. So i'm going system. Well then a psychic did win it as a seventeen year old. And i think rob brown would have been the other one whole rob brown had some monster. Years did kamloops to arabia as well as the seventeen year old but he did win for yeah. Here's a really good one okay at me from jc this year connor mcdavid will have a higher plus minus than goals scored. He's this team. Good enough to the offense again. It'd be so good at at even strength that with him on the ice the last week it with him as for the bus mind yes that he could be a plus fifty five sixty and only have forty two goals.
"rob brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Walking near her vehicle that had broken down this late last night. Driver do not stay at the scene. Investigators have not given any details about the kind of vehicle they're looking for. 10,000 Thanksgiving Meals will get to people in need, Thanks to the motel. Sanders Foundation. Cooks and volunteers are busy right now in 15 kitchens across Indianapolis. Pandemic force, the foundation to limit the number of people served from the 40,000 of years past happening Now. Police is searching for a third suspect in the deadly shooting of a man in his own home in Bloomington, two men from Indianapolis or already in custody. Officers arrested Keyshawn Bath best yesterday and Jamal McFadden last month. Victim was Damone Brown pulled Bloomington police after Brown invited three men into his home in the north side of Bloomington, The trio trying to rob Brown and eventually shot him best, and McFadden are facing two charges. Investigators have not released the name of the third person they're trying to find. Happening today. The Marion County Health departments Covert 19 test sites are all closed today, all three of them through the county. But the main location of 38th and rural on the South side location on Shelby Street usually have Thursday hours but won't for the holiday main site reopens tomorrow. The South Side and West Side locations reopen on their regular schedules next week. Heartache and hope that's what an Avon nurse has documented in the covert unit through an unfiltered video blogged news. A Talia Hodges shut shows us how her struggles can be shared by nurses across the nation, Ilia Yeah. Hannah Blakely is a nurse that are you Health West. She's been documenting since March on the ups and downs while working on.
"rob brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Out there. But how about Malik van getting all the way out there from his edge rushing spot. Teo make that tackle on a wide receiver. Nice job by the young man from Fairfield High School. Third and five. As him, you is lined up and ready to go three receivers out to the wide side, right? Now Bushell walks up, barks out instructions to the O line. The play clock still has 10. Seconds on it. 8 30 left in the second quarter. 40 nothing. Bear cats, Bushell. With a hand off. It's going to pick up the first down and more as Bentley runs to the 19 yard line. They cross up the cats by running on 35. They pick up the first down. Yeah, they sure did Cross it up in a van. Can it started to jump on the clap by Bushell Dan you mentioned before in an empty stadium, not an empty stadium. Well, here we go. I'm first in 10 from the 19. It's another running play. Bentley tackled at the 16 yard line by General white anyway, The point was Van kind of jumped and then was able to get back. But the edge rush that he did created a space for Bentley to pick up that. That last first down A previous run went for 13 yards. Now it's second down in seven after a three yard ride three receivers in a bunch out to the right, you shell rolls out in that direction throws it is caught. Tyler paid shoved out of bounds at the first down marker than nine yard line By Derek Forest. It'll be first and goal for SM You have got exactly what he needed. That time force did a good job of shutting him out, but couldn't get there to break the past. First and goal from the 9 14 plays so far on this drive, kept alive by a pass interference penalty called on Ahmad Gardner on what would have been an incomplete pass and 13 11. From the nine yard line. Bushell ready for the shotgun snap. Has Levin lined up to his right. Bushell fakes a toss Those it is bobbled and drop should have been a touchdown Cailin grants and who has 11 career touchdown catches probably should've had number 12 came in behind in front of beavers and right in front of forest, then Should have been a touchdown. Is a well thrown ball by Shane Buechele second and goal from the nine for SM u 708 left in the half. S M U doesn't huddle. They get lined up, and then the quarterback looks toward the sideline for the play. He waits back the 14 for the shotgun snap. You shell has the ball, hands it off, and Levin is slowed down and tackled by beavers. For what yard loss. Outstanding job by beavers that time Curtis Brooks there as well to make sure that he doesn't get loose. And sets up a third. This is this is a tough one for SM you third goal from the nine Three receivers in a bunch to the left ravine in the back field to the left of the quarterback, Shane you shell. Walls between the nine and the 10. Third down and goal. Bushell drops back to throw fires toward the end zone. It is caught for the touchdown by Rishi Rice. And s a muse on the scoreboard. Yeah, that little bunch over there on the left side that you were talking about What happens there? You've got a lot of guys going different ways crossing calling Rob Brown pick out whatever you want to call it. It frees a guy up and that's exactly what happened. Career.
"rob brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lincoln International. So well, we've had so many deals this year. I mean today. Obviously, there's a nearly $10 billion old stock deal in the shale fields but touches generally about the appetite for companies getting together this year. Well, the the appetite right now is incredibly strong way obviously went through a period earlier this year when the economy shut down and you saw it fall off and deals and What we've seen coming out of that is companies that have a good story to tell. Meaning. They either performed well during the economic slowdown, or they bounced back or their beauty sector that is going to Maybe be more favorable. Post Cove it. Those companies are out for sale, and what we're seeing is his investors, both strategic and financial are aggressively putting money into those businesses and in many cases We're seeing valuations of those businesses at the same or even better than pre covert level, So that's an interesting you know, part of the discussion for me. Why are Isis holding up? I mean, you know prices for almost everything you know, are not holding up the way they were pre Co vered on DH. And yet it seems that for cos there isn't that much of a discount a covert discount being built into these prices. What am I missing? So I think it's two things one. I think it's classic supply and demand so much capital was raised over the last five years, particularly in the private equity world. But but also corporations going into the downturn, you know, had stockpiles of cash. So you had capital that wanted to be put to work in acquiring companies that for a period of time During the past year, It was unable to be put to work. So you have the demand to put capital the work and then you have kind of a natural selection. The company they're coming to market right now are the best companies. As I said, they're the ones that show growth during the downturn. They're the ones that Aaron resilient sectors that were proven to be essential. So I think as a result of that You still have more money that wants to put the work in buying companies, and there are high quality companies to buy and that supply and demand has kept prices very elevated. What about people trying to negotiate stock for deals? I mean, we definitely saw that that set off back in March. Obviously, we've recovered a loss of ground. But at the same time is it more beneficial for companies trying to an old sock deal or a major portion of the deal in stock? I think that's very company specific. I think to the extent companies feel their stock is still a little undervalued. They tend to not want to use stock. I think to the extent companies feel like a my stock is fairly valued. They want to use it. So we are seeing it used, but we're not saying it's being used in a materially different way than it was pre coping. Election. So there is the very strong possibility that both the White House and Congress turn blue on November 3rd and that tax policy will change including the capital gains tax policy. Are you seeing people actually come to market with their business because they don't want to have to face paying what they might have to pay pay? Intacs if they wait until there is a potential Biden presidency to sell their business. Yes, We are definitely seeing that in interesting We as I said, it's become a very hot lemon a market and I think what's happening is the fear of cap gains rates going from 23% 37% or You know, the Trump administration would like the lower 15. That fear is actually pouring gasoline on what already is a hot market. So not only are we seeing, um in particular private sellers, uh but not only are we seeing company to come to market we are in the market with some things where the sellers are saying, Listen, I know initially I said, Hey, If this closes and Kyu won, that's fine. I'm not in a hurry. What we're hearing is, I'd really like to get this done this year. I don't want to take that risk, even though traditionally when Congress makes a tax increases, they make them effective next year when they make tax decreases. They have on occasion made those affected to the beginning of the year. But but legally in legislatively They can do whatever they want. And so we are seeing sellers feel like the theology of the blue wave are probably better than they felt they were a couple of months ago, and they just don't want to take the risk of having to pay. Doubled in taxes. If they sell their business. I have to ask you about snacks they blew off this year. I mean, there were a couple of big ones and then suddenly, almost everything related to dealmaking seem to be You know, back being raised its the new private equity or something at what happened to have this explosion of special purpose acquisition vehicles. Well, that's interesting because we are seeing packs have more interest in our fields that were selling than we ever had in the past. And I think part of it is, uh, backs were you were historically viewed as the capital of last resort. They were very diluted to sellers. And they may be weren't raised by the most reputable investors. That's changed. I think people are feeling like a fax or a way to access public markets without having to go through. You know the typical roadshow on AIPO, so they still could be more diluted than a sale. But I think part of it is, um again. It gets back to the ability to raise capital until a lot of facts were raised. Prick Ove it. That needed to put money to work there raised by sophisticated investors with good reputations, and, you know, I think, as the public markets have held up becoming public, it's still for the right company. It's a way to go public in a quicker and sometimes cheaper way. So we are seeing more specs than we've ever seen. They're not the right outcome for everybody. But we are seeing them participate more in the companies we have for sale. I's umbrella, but thank you for that day's always fascination to speak with Rob Brown, CEO of Lincoln International on the deal, Landscape on Scan a major deal today in the shale space Control being bought by Kanako for 9.7 billion. Let's Get to D C Now and news Update with Nathan Hager. Right, Bonnie. Thank you. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
"rob brown" Discussed on WTOP
"Who was shot to death this week might have been killed in a drug related robbery three arrests have now been made in the case the teams all range in age from sixteen to nineteen are all charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of Bradley brown brown was the son of a prince George's county police officer first arrested with seventeen year old Darrell Freeman a judge ordered he remain behind bars without bond detectives believe he along with nineteen year old Mikhail collie and sixteen year old Kishan Belasco went to brown's Bryans road home for THC vaping cartridges brown was selling court documents say Cali admitted they had no plans to buy the stuff but instead went to the home to rob brown both the sixteen and seventeen year old are being charged as adults at Charles county District Court Mike Morello WTOP news we're learning more about a mid ship man who was found dead this week three months before he was set to graduate the Naval Academy says twenty two year old David forty of Walkersville Maryland was the mid ship man found dead Thursday night forty was a graduate of Georgetown prep and all conference all offensive guard this past season on a team that led the nation in rushing navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo called the news devastating adding quote words cannot express our pain and sorrow team captain for Higgins said forty was universally loved on and off the field calling him a great guy in a better friend it's not clear how forty died but foul play is not suspected forty leaves behind his parents two younger brothers and a sister John Doman WTOP news thousands of DC voters have been told to show up at the polls on the wrong day the DC board of elections mailed out about five thousand voter registration cards that list the wrong date for the twenty twenty primary election in June they say the cards say the election which features key do DC council races will be held the third Tuesday in June which is June sixteenth the correct date is now June second election officials say cards were printed before city leaders moved up that election you may run into some hang ups on the roads in on metro this weekend their single tracking on the red green and yellow lines today transversus teens eighteen minutes there the red line has some extra trains between friendship heights downtown in Glenmont on the road to the west bound I see see is close this weekend between lay hill road and Georgia Avenue the segment closures for toll system worker now planned into April in Virginia there's a new traffic shift for I. sixty six toll lane construction at one twenty three you'll have to exit earlier from I..
"rob brown" Discussed on WTOP
"T. Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good afternoon I'm Hilary Howard I'm Sean Anderson Jocelyn Chastain at the editor's desk and just to have more teenagers are arrested in the killing of a prince George's county police officer son hi Mike Marella Mike Bloomberg says women who accused him of sexual harassment will be released from non disclosure agreements jurors know Harvey Weinstein trial wrapped up deliberations they say they're deadlocked on a couple accounts and the Washington nationals are set for their first spring training game Dave Preston joins us live at five forty WTOP at five thirty one it looks like a Charles county teen who was also the son of a local police officer might have been killed in a drug deal gone bad that's what detectives think happened after the announcement of three arrests in the killing the teams all rage in age from sixteen to nineteen are all charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of Bradley brown brown was the son of a prince George's county police officer first arrested was seventeen year old Darrell Freeman a judge ordered he remain behind bars without bond detectives believe he along with nineteen year old Mikhail collie and sixteen year old Kishan Belasco went to brown's Bryans road home for THC vaping cartridges brown was selling court documents say Cali admitted they had no plans to buy the stuff but instead went to the home to rob brown both the sixteen and seventeen year old are being charged as adults at Charles county District Court Mike Morello WTOP news breaking news in the twenty twenty campaign trail democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg says he will allow his company to release women who accused him of sexual harassment from three non disclosure agreements and Bloomberg has faced intense pressure to do this especially fellow candidates Elizabeth Warren she brought it up during Wednesday night's debate former New York mayor also tells The Washington Post he will not offer confidential agreements to resolve sexual misconduct claims in his.
"rob brown" Discussed on V103
"You may end your boy she met in nineteen eighty six as you told us earlier baby we bring nice day and you know we all you guys here for what you say would you say you're gonna do you you tell on Jay what you say you want rob brown about this that people make plans on dude is gonna be a new year almost died out in rage yeah I got it right here would you say you don't do and what you're reading down do you say you don't go to the gym and work out what you gonna do join the membership go one day would you be good and then you don't complete as the that's what you don't know that's really going to you some money this yeah that's what you say you don't know I'm saying the money saving you know say about five one it still is that they'll come around yes that would you say a little new but what you really don't do you think you will be nice to your mother in law you won't call on the phone Randy B. nowadays you will see the boundary minutes into the damn conversation in a way to open a a is that what do you say you don't do it what you don't do ladies you stated I'm getting rid of him he is he a no good in doing number take me down and I'm going to be about meeting each year but what you don't do it let it hit it one more time and then you I was.
"rob brown" Discussed on KOMO
"Here was trying to cross the street and read road in lake fan would grow that night when he was hit by a car there's no crosswalk at the intersection and no lights rob brown with cancer public works department told me the lights at this corner had been knocked down by other drivers but he couldn't tell me how long they had been down now some people were commenting saying this corner has been risky for years the perfect storm made somebody who's drinking an intoxicated and somebody was crossing the street at night. and there's no lights on there's no crosswalk but it's a known area that people are going to be getting off on buses. told me that the city has plans to replace the light. of the year Monica Peters come on a new count of drug overdoses shows an encouraging trend in Snohomish county but also shows areas that need improvement during one week stretch in July twenty seven people overdosed on opioids which is down significantly from previous years however two people died the annual count also found that fewer than twenty percent of the people who overdosed were homeless Coles Joe Marino tells us what this means for the opioid crisis there can be a lot of stereo type the call comes to the opioid epidemic and who exactly is at risk the snow much health district is separating fact from fiction by analyzing drug overdoses during a one week span we can get a better pull someone happens in one given week this year's count showed fewer overdoses and also a greater use of naloxone to reverse the effects of heroin something just invoke player says is critical for people dealing with addictions absolutely want to keep people alive always and people are always able to turn a life around well no locks on is making a difference the latest count shows fewer people are calling nine one one to get medical attention which could lead drug users at risk that's almost Joe Marino reporting just last month a new treatment center opened in ever to help people battling opioid addiction people can bring addicts to ideal option instead of booking them into jail which will not only help free up space the jail we get people into recovery snow which county officials say at last count more than a third of inmates at the jail.
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"Flew so you're always on the six a._m. Flight to give yourself the best opportunity to get to where you wanted to get to if you had travel like weather delays during the day so we had a six a._m. Flight the next morning so you would cross your fingers at there'd be a place open to eat and it just so happened that <hes> the the hotel in sioux falls was one of the nicer hotels and leaving sheraton there was actually attached to the arena <hes> and they had you know restaurant. Their hotel stayed open. I remember one of one of peace bodyguards who i never knew what any of their real names where they went by nicknames. This guy's name was gumbo <hes> <hes> he was probably six three about three and a quarter three fifty i remember he came in and he ordered the entire left side of the menu as a wind line down after the game and myself and and our assistant coach davis and just sitting there shaking our heads just just another day in the c._p._a. Where you just you never know what you're going to see from one day to the next so it's interesting given all his interests in obviously basketball being part of his his background as well why playing versus say maybe investing or buying team or getting involved in the n._b._a. And more business like stuff. I wonder i think he's still had the dream. <hes> i think he's still had the dream of plane at the highest level <hes> and maybe maybe an indication of that is after he came and played with us us and like i said it was an game stint <hes> he was gone for good probably by the middle of december <hes> he went back to training camp the next year sure <hes> in nineteen ninety nine with toronto <hes> so you know he was still still trying to make it so i think think he would have thought that he had a chance <hes> to play in the n._b._a. And and <hes> certainly at that point <hes> wasn't willing to give up on that very interesting all right well. Let me ask you about one other sort of last name that <hes> is is not specifically endemic to the fury but but certainly to the league itself and since you were there during <hes> and then ultimately after its demise or in the midst of a thomas <hes> maybe our first real viewpoint about what the hell happened to the c._b._a. <hes> in its final months and year from from your perspective as an employee of the fort wayne fury so isaiah is <hes> the the first year that isaiah owned the league was my last year in fort fort wayne so we we crisscrossed there for a year he he bought the league in october of ninety nine <hes> most the max use me. The average salary was is knows the average the average salary was about fifteen hundred dollars a week rookies made a little bit less than that <hes>. There were a handful of guys <hes> if a guy had m._b._a. Experience or maybe if he was a guy like damon bailey daley who had marketing marketing value in box office value in his market <hes> guys would make more than that <hes>.
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"So ceiling during the starting lineups and and so so we have the same thing <hes> <hes> in our building throughout that year the mascot was sabre was the name of the mass sabertooth tiger. <hes> tim daly own was <hes> was the guy in the suit and <hes> he was coming down from the ceiling and as he was repelling down he came down about the i v about fifteen fifteen feet into the descent <hes> his clip broke and so he began free falling down the rope but but there's nothing to stop him because the clip is now open and <hes> somehow some way about fifteen feet or so before he hit the floor the cliff reengaged and grabbed the rope so that then now the sudden he's back engaged to the rope but his momentum of following in the inchworm <hes> takes him to the floor so he hits the floor. Even though the rope is designed to stop about five feet from from the floor he hits the floor because as momentum takes in there and he breaks his back when he hits the floor though the rope then gets taught and lifts him back up another fifteen feet and begins to slam slam him back down again <hes> fortunately <hes> the guy <hes> his name is his name is greg colton. Who was the comets summit's mascot he was there in civilian clothes. He wasn't a mascot outfit but he was in civilian clothes at the bottom of the rope to spot him. He then when tim began again to fell a second time he caught him and laid him down onto the concrete because he fell just off the edge of the of the court <hes> and he broke his is back on the first of all <hes> and they and by all indications. They said that the thing that kept him from being paralyzed was that the fact that the head the mascot suit was so boeki an enormous <hes> it stabilized his shoulders and neck <hes> kind of like what race car drivers have. I bet device that keeps their head <hes> stabilized and so fortunately that that was <hes> that that kept it from being much more serious than than certainly could have been i. I'm assuming he recovered to some extent or hopefully altogether. I was reading it so i i was reading an article about this and it implies that a doctor of orthopedics who happen to be was at the game. I think who was <hes> yep. He was sitting on the baseline and let's see about ten feet away now he was. I guess i don't know if he was in an official capacity but the article slate stated that he went to all the games and stuff so i guess that also also probably helped to to have the proverbial doctor in the house too yeah he was. They were on the scene within seconds. <hes> you know he was one of our team doctors and he was in the arena that night he he was he or one of his partners was at every game <hes> so that certainly help things and that was twenty plus years ago my recollection <hes> <hes> is that that <hes> tim was out of the hospital fairly quickly now before we and there's a game that the fury loss in a tied the series and when said to city this was the semifinalists round. I guess how is your as a broadcaster. How how how are you handling that on the air. I i was pretty shaken up <hes> because i was doing the games from the hockey gondola so he fell right by he fell right by me like he came. I'm dan he's as he began to fall coming down the rope. He was probably thirty feet away from me. Maybe forty feet away <hes> <hes> so i tracked. It tracked him all the way down. Now we had the lights dimmed and the spotlight was on him and thankfully the gentleman that was running the spotlight saw saw was happening fairly quickly and cut the light so <hes> to <hes> lessen the attention of it a little bit but <hes> yeah as i recall there was about a half an hour delay delay <hes> the assistant commissioner was actually at the game for the for the league <hes> so there was a lot of discussion as to whether or or not we even going to play the game <hes> they made the decision to go ahead and play and then we lost <hes> lost the game by five <hes> and then came back and went on the road and won the won the deciding game five on the road a couple of days later in quad city <hes> and i remember when we when we the bus pulled up to the arena and quad city right there. It's in moline. It's right on the mississippi river. <hes> jaren jackson got up and <hes> gave a very brief but impassioned speech about winning one for the cat <hes> tim <hes> who was still in the hospital that point and <hes> the guys went out and played played really really well. How about that final series then was close. Did you really tantalizingly think it was. It's going to happen or was it. <hes> maybe you can walk through sort of that too yeah so so we played sioux falls in that final and and <hes> you know because we we're last he meant they had <hes> they had the home court so went <hes> two three two so the first two games weren't sioux falls and <hes>. We actually actually played pretty well. We gotta split. We won the second game <hes> i think i think it was broken after that but we had i think eighteen three pointers in the second game. That was a finals record at that point <hes> that was well before that was long before the three point shot became an pro bowl. You know as prevalent as it is now <hes> and then we went back to fort wayne. I think we've felt pretty good because you know it was one one we had the next three games in our building and <hes> lost game three by six lead lead get away in the fourth <hes> lost the third the fourth game in double overtime and then lost the fifth game at the buzzer so yeah we lost we lose the series four games to one <hes> but you know very easily <hes> all three of those games that we lost at home we we were route played pretty solidly in the first game in sioux falls but the three games we lost at home. You know very easily could have gone in our way but but they didn't not bad for a first season right. I mean at taste championship. No it was i couldn't believe it my first year with the team and we go to the finals and i'm thinking you know every year is going to be like this and i i was mistaken obviously but <hes> but yeah it was a great and it was a great it was great to see you know how the town really embrace that that group of guys that final month of the season into the playoffs that those two months <hes> there in march in april <hes> we're one of the most exciting times <hes> for me in my time in <hes> in broadcasting being around the team <hes> the the i think we only lost maybe one home game and that whole stretch <hes> and gerald took to wearing <hes> he had this.
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"So I came when I was drafted this was like ninety eight nine nine. So this is before the rules were ninety nine hockey DB. So no, I was just saying I was just seeing if you're listening every time. Actually. So anyways, I drafted. But this is before they change the rule. So when you're smaller player, there's only certain amount of spots. You know, very rarely did any team have to smaller players per team. And so at Menton had Todd marshawn, and I was thinking like, you know, I don't know if I'm gonna fit in their plans. So what happened was is in Michigan? I had a couple of good years. I actually years I actually made the Tri C Americans sixteen, but I was not physically ready. Remember, rob Brown his birth? So his Mario right. Exactly. Exactly. So his dad was the GM of tri-city. And I went to camp when I was sixteen made the team, and I I was sitting in the in the room with them and my dad's like up to you. And I was like, you know, Lenka was there Bush was there. It was like I don't think I could physically forty if that. So I mean, I was not I was smaller. Right. So. So I go back to the tier to in played there went to Michigan and everybody was like, well you too small plane and wwl anyways this before the change roles. It was I mean, you guys have interviewed some guys where it's like too. Well to two teams that can't even basically take pre game skate with each other. It was a tough that's fucked up. It was a tough league. And I was like I could play in it. I just need to be ready. I'm not physically ready. So what happened was I actually end up going back to say our played two years there in that just outside of Menton lived at home. I was sixteen seventeen kinda matured worked out. And then I went to Michigan little because I was like I don't really need to go to the western hog to prove anybody. I wanna just continue to get better. And also enjoy you You know. know, joy experience. Yeah. Exactly. So what happened was I went to Cal. I I left Michigan early and then left. When my after my sophomore year, I was a Baker finalists. And I was like, you know, I can play. I'm ready for action released professionally or..