35 Burst results for "Russo"

FBI assisting investigation of alleged white nationalists arrested in Idaho

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

FBI assisting investigation of alleged white nationalists arrested in Idaho

"The leader of the white supremacist group patriot front was among the 31 arrested near an Idaho pride event Saturday they are now out on bond Coeur d'Alene police say 23 year old Thomas Russo from Texas along with the others from 11 states are charged with criminal conspiracy It is clear for us based on the gear that the individuals had with them Police chief Lee white They came to riot downtown He says they had at least one smoke grenade shields and were wearing white masks a concerned citizen tipped off police who said the men Jumped into a U haul wearing masks They had shields and quote looked like a little army That audio from KXL Y Rousseau founded the patriot front after the deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville officials including the Department of Homeland Security say the biggest domestic terror threat now comes from white nationalist groups I'm Julie

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California Elections End With Earthquake Results

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

California Elections End With Earthquake Results

"Welcome, I'm Hugh Hewitt inside the beltway live on the morning after elections across the country from New Jersey to California and in California. Every candidate that we backed and every measure that we backed either one or our leading, most significantly, the San Francisco electric tossed out the Soros prosecutor, chase boudin, and I mean chase a boudin. They tossed him way out. They drop kicked in. So far out of the city by the bay, they are sick to death of having, oh, that's not a crime. I'll go take $950 if you want prosecutor. Oh, no bail. They are sick to death of it in Phoenix and sick to death of it in Philly. They're sick to death of it in LA. Rick Caruso won the first past the post, but he didn't get the 50%. I didn't think that was possible, but he will be the prohibitive favorite in the fall. Karen Bass is very nice 68 year old lady who just could not handle LA's disasters any more than the person sitting next to you on the bus this morning could. They just don't have the skills that she's been in Congress talking to herself and 8 Democrats for forever. Rick Russo is a developer and he is chairman of the board of the UFC and all that stuff. He's going to win and maybe LA has a chance.

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UN: Record number of people without enough to eat in 2021

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

UN: Record number of people without enough to eat in 2021

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US virus cases, hospitalizations continue steady decline

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

US virus cases, hospitalizations continue steady decline

"There are new signs that the Omicron surge is weakening across the country U. S. health officials say the total number of daily cases confirm this weekend just over one hundred thousand is a major improvement from mid January when Johns Hopkins University recorded more than eight hundred thousand cases each day and hospitalizations are down sharply eighty thousand on average in mid February nearly half of January's numbers one virus expert Dr Thomas Russo at the university of buffalo says he thinks Omicron is starting to run out of people to infect but there are still concerns with tens of millions of Americans still unvaccinated lifting virus restrictions is going to spark new cases Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says he's not comfortable taking masks off yet warning it's much too early to raise the banner of mission accomplished I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mike Eruzione Recalls Exhibition Game Against Soviet Union Before 1980 Olympics

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 5 months ago

Mike Eruzione Recalls Exhibition Game Against Soviet Union Before 1980 Olympics

"Captain of the 1980 miracle on ice U.S. hockey team one of my real heroes Michael Russo Mike what an honor to have you on the show My friend thank you very much Thanks for having me on Sure Mikey you don't get the Olympics going on now I thought who better to talk to than you We all need a feel good moment I have to tell you my humble opinion and I think the opinion of many others you're upset of the Soviet Union hockey team at the 1980 Olympics Very very few things in sports are real miracles That was Think about this Mike right You guys just what was it a couple weeks earlier Didn't you play an exhibition game with them at the garden and you guys got crushed in Madison Square Garden It was just a couple of weeks right I'm not crazy right That happened No it was two days three days before the opening ceremony the Olympics we lost We lost ten to three but as I tell people I got one of the three goals So I was pretty happy that I scored Now Mike you play these guys Now folks just so you understand the gravity of what Michael russio needs American hero did this U.S. hockey team I really mean it made the whole country feel that I think it's the greatest sports story of all time And what they did this team Mike this Russian the Soviet team was loaded with not just the best players in the Soviet Union These were some of the best players in the world You had the fetus off You had pretty act I mean the goaltender was probably one of the best goal tenders in the history of hockey That's how good this team was

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"russo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:20 min | 5 months ago

"russo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Program again, Ralph Russo covers college fortune mainly college football for The Associated Press. And Ralph is, we say, hello to you. We're talking about a number of things, including lack of detailed NIL rules and NIL has been the story since last July continues to be, nobody knows how to deal with it. Good afternoon and how are you? I'm good, Paul. Yeah, NIL NCAA CFP less acronyms going on in college football. She's never end. Let's start with the NIO and I wonder where we are. I know everybody seems to be living with it. What are you sensing? What are you seeing when you talk to administrators across the country? Yeah. It's living it's living through real time evolution. We are it's not that there are no rules here. It's just that there are no rules specific to NIL with the NCAA will say is the policy right now is you can't break some of our sort of overarching existing rules. It can not be used as a recruiting inducement and it can not be used as pay for play. You can't pay directly just for playing, and you can't pay for performance. The problem is, those are very large concepts lacking detail that directly governs these types of payments. It becomes really ambiguous and really hard to spot what would possibly be violation. So in talking with an interview with the NCAA's head of enforcement last week, they are looking into spending letters of inquiry. They're not investigations. They're not full blown. They're not this is of allegations, but they are inquiring to schools. Hey, what are you doing with this thing or this piece of NIL looking into collectives and things like that? It's all very high level and I hate to say superficial, but it sort of feels very superficial. The NCAA is still being sort of pushed to try to enforce rules by its members. Schools are calling up and saying, hey, this doesn't sound legal can you look into it, but the fact of the matter is right now nobody is really sure where the line is and when it is crossed because there is no definitive line. Talking to Ralph Russo Ralph beyond the NIL issue and I'll say the CFP for a few minutes from now. Let's get into the portal and what's going on with that and is there any way to clean it up? Yeah, I'm working a little story for tomorrow heading into signing day. And one of the ideas that sort of being banji around is this idea of well, maybe we can create some windows where the players have to enter the portal during these particular windows. Let's say the end of the semester. And then they can get their one time exemption free transfer no restriction to your eligible immediately. But if you do it outside those windows, you can still go in the portal, but you don't get the one time exception. You don't get to use that one time exception. You'd have to sit out the next year. Again, this is conceptual. I'm not sure if it will actually be ever be proposed. But I think it's just the idea of how do we create some more manageability around this. Make it so kids aren't quitting during the season to jump into the portal and things along those lines, the problem Paul is anything that looks like a restriction is going to face probably some legal questions. And the other part of this is constantly comes back to this. The coaches can leave any time why can't the players? And we see the coaches get not only leave but are fired any time. So why are we putting certain restrictions on players when we're not doing it on administrators and the people who are coaches and the people who are being paid? Talking to Ralph Russo Ralph, as the whole world of sports knows, we've just watched the two most incredible weekends ever in any sort of football, which followed the CFP in the championship game, which although the score is a little deceiving, the closest of those three scores was a 15 point win by Georgia over Alabama. And as you know, because you've covered all these games, you have to look pretty long and far to find a good game in the CFP, but the people that run it, as you know, are nowhere closer to expanding than the last time we had this conversation months ago. Where are we right now? And will it ever be fixed? Yeah. I think eventually we'll get fixed, but the problem is eventually might be 2026. Right now, we are, I think, to describe it. I think you have some sides who are sort of dug in to certain positions, the ACC saying what does this have to be done now can't we wait until we transform all of division one like we're going to do with the NCAA, they're sort of tying the CFP to these other major issues that are probably going to happen over the next 6 to 8 months, we designing what division one is an NCAA. You have the big ASCII for accuse. You have the PAC 12 trying to position itself as being a non obstructionist, but still really worried about what they do at the wrong poll. And you have everybody else sitting around looking at these guys saying, hey, I thought we had a plan in place 6 months ago. It doesn't seem like things are moving off that. But I will say this. And this is where the one point where I kind of remain, I'll say optimistic but understanding that some people don't really want this, but if you do want.

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"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Yes Yeah I would like that You know I was informed by one of our listeners that Shatner's actually going to be in town on October 8th for the Comic-Con convention So I'm hoping that there's some way You know I've been trying to get I've interviewed Shatner before but I've been trying to get Shatner on the show for the past year and he's been largely unavailable even when he was promoting something So I will try again but Shatner kind of does things based on when things fit his schedule not necessarily anybody else's But I will work on that again John I'm going to redouble my efforts 808 four 8 W ABC Let me say hello to Cory in Brooklyn Hello kory Tomorrow Frank Hi I'd like to echo Nikki's idea about getting your best interviews on Yeah I like that idea Corey That is the that is the direction that I am leaning at this point Well if we went that way give me two or three folks that you'd really like to hear You had Ben gurion did you have Phil bidney on Jeffrey Gurley and Bill Bennett yes I've had both of them Yes Ben gurion was Absolutely sure And Johnny Russo The list goes on Because you show us awesome Well that's awfully nice of you Cory That's the direction I am leaning right now And those are three great guests that you mentioned are four great guests that I've certainly enjoyed talking to you Another great guest coming up in just a couple of minutes We're gonna talk with Robert Davi He is a star actor singer and happens to be conservative So we're going to talk to him about what it's like being a conservative in Hollywood Talk radio 77 WABC The music born from the tragedy of 9 11 the tunnel to towers foundation has been honoring America's heroes ever since To mark 20 years since 9 11.

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"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Guys it's the Frankie Russo show and here's Frankie How you doing Good listen to you last night even though my wife was trying to make me listen She just loves your show but more importantly the callers I will tell you this spiky Russo you still JV you're still not top shelf 5 star You still haven't made the vault This fruitcake but I'm in the midst of serious contract negotiations with the cat man He wants me to sign up for 30 years That means I wouldn't have dated Till I'm 97 Everybody knows that I've already used a my 9 cat lives but I tell you this this is what it's come down to ad Lopez I said to them wait a second This is a work How is it you want to sign me up for 30 years No cut contract right I can't go anywhere else I'm stuck here at WABC my place to be Always broadcasting Curtis And yet I can't get pizza Like Frankie Russell does at night from grimaldi's from the old slime light What am I a person or no consequence So I gave a list different pizza ballers and Staten Island They said all that's too far Well we can't pay We can't pay the control across the bridge That'll bankrupt us I agree So I totally got kicked In the neck We're too high Right then each stream on In The Bronx Or they have stromboli's Used to be my favorite of all time Now run by the Albanians First avenue in saint mark's place The very best place originals on avenue O and kanashi where I was birthed Oh that is the best So they got their choice I get.

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"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"WABC Hey girl what's up I know it's one a.m. so what are we doing Oh yeah that's totally go to that place I love that place Wait a minute What is that No no no shut up for a second There's like a light in the sky or a bird or something Oh no Oh my God Oh my God it's getting closer Oh my God it's gonna hit me It's an angel Really Oh my God It's Frankie Rousseau Who's this Yep it is it's Frankie I know I thought he was a janitor at the local boxing game too I guess you're half right What's up girl I did it again You did it again I messed up my cold water and sister Hey guys it's the Frankie Russo show and here's Frankie How you doing Good listen to you last night even though my wife was trying to make me listen She just loves your show but more importantly the callers I will tell you this spiky Russo you.

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"russo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"russo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Congratulate Matt and my buddy. Hey, hey, predicted it. Hey, hey. He said it was going to happen and it happened. But I want to remind him, how does it fail to beat Alabama? And still know you're not going to the college football playoff. Roll time. Yeah, I bet it really doesn't matter. But is Alabama going to the college football player? Did I miss something? Are they automatically in? No. Maybe they are. How about will in North Carolina, hello, will? Hey, Paul, good afternoon. Thanks, Travis again. Just want to make this clear to James. This is the Paul found bomb show. It's not the EPA hot on and yeah, and by the way, James doesn't like the vaccine good. He's not really concerned me or you, does it? He's been knocking on that for two years, just getting old. I mean, it's always something irrelevant, but I didn't really like the vaccine either, but I took it. Still hurts. Hi, all right, all right. My question is kind of pretending to know it all James. I mean, I called you last December trying to track Henry toe toa and he's arrived at his destination and while I was on hold waiting for you, I've looked at his stats, you know what I mean? He's quote, I'm trying to get to his head. I always transition into a new defense then. It's under your boy Pete golden. But it's been very unimpressive. Just 13 solo tackles. If you could just stay the Tennessee he would have been a focal point and he had first round potential all three years he was at Tennessee, and now he's just selecting one a or one B out of the line back in court, Alabama, but he made that choice like a lot like those guys that went to Oklahoma and a lot of other people thinking the program would be a complete disaster as opposed to really Josh hypo is selling now, and that's hope. And they're getting they're doing exactly what you're supposed to do at Tennessee. And that's beat inferior teams badly. Compete and also if they've done. They made they made mincemeat out of Missouri and did the same thing to South Carolina and this is a bellwether game for them against old mist because it's a game that they could win. They're not supposed to, but it would be a game changer if they did. Right. And you don't need me all in this deal, like you said about the husband race last week. This is just really beginning we're at the halfway point. He made a decision like everyone else who bailed out. And I don't blame them. It looks like a pretty desperate place to be. So, hey, thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Kevin is in Georgia. Hey, hey Kevin, good afternoon. Paul, good afternoon. I appreciate you taking my call today. Thank you. Paul, you know, I'm a doll fan. Dolphin for like, I remember at the beginning of season for you and have a dinner that we're asking you all. We need the who needed to win more. That's a clip. And you were trying to educate, unfortunately they didn't list. And all we've heard is we don't clean anybody. Well, we're not a number one team in the country. We've beaten three right teams already. We're going to take care of a Kentucky weekend and two weeks we're going to take care of another entertainment and get us down there. We don't give any kind of respect. Another thing Paul just add on to my point. Paul, we're only getting better as the number one thing. Our office, other than I run it back, so all 17 clear. Third screen players. And we still are taking care of business. We're going to say about that. Well, I hear you, Kevin. It doesn't matter, but that's not really what you asked me. I think people will start to come around on George after the next two games because they'll have to. And if people don't want to give them credit now, fine. That's okay. I don't think Kirby smart care is one bit. And speaking of the Kirby smart and Athens, we will be there Friday doing this program and look forward to it very, very much. Let's check in with JB in Huntsville. Hey, JB. Paul, what's up dude? Hey there. So last time I talked to you, it was about two weeks ago. And it has to do with our friend James. And I know you know blue oyster cult is as good as the rest of the I sure do. Well, don't fear the Reaper is what I think of every time James is more on self calls this program. He's just so dumb he's never had a positive thing to say. And he wants to come on here and just spin his idealism about COVID. This is a sports talk show. James, if you want to call, how about you talk about sports? Please, well, I thought we were going to never let him on again, but I'm just trying to play golf today. And all I can hear is James the background, be dull and boring. Why is that? Yeah, I don't know why, I mean, we're now, what is this October 12th? At this point in time, I'm not sure what going off on the vaccine is that does that make you feel better? Because I don't know. Because most people have either made a voluntary choice to get it or have been mandated to take it and have made a voluntary choice not to take it. So it's no longer really in debate. But you know, I normally also want to talk about golf and I don't think that I have heard about the router that they mentioned, you know, over the last couple weeks, how great was that for us to finally get that monkey off our back and get the trophy? Yeah, you're right. It's the best and the worst part of the cup is it's played this time of the year and there's just not if you're covering football watching it, it's hard to really get a lot of conversation about it. Hey, thank you for the call. Heading to a break. Ralph Russo will join us in the on the other side of the conversation. He's the head of the AP's college football division. And he will join us next. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Millions of ESPN fantasy players need to be confident they're making.

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"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The wacky We're working hey girl what's up I know it's one a.m. so what are we doing Guy focuses Totally go to that place I love this story Wait a minute What is that No no no shut up for a second There's like a light in the sky A bird or something Oh no oh my God Oh my God it's getting closer Oh my God it's gonna hit me It's just crazy It's an angel Oh really Oh my God It's Frankie Russo What's up Frankie Yep It's pranking I know I thought he was a janitor at the local boxing gym too Who's this I guess you're half right What's up girl Oh my God Oh no I did it again I messed up my cold water Sister This is the girl that And I just love the way you say what's that girl Hey guys it's the Frankie Russo show and here's Frankie How you do sexy for my love to 60 for my love loves going to lead Oh my God I gotta go crazy I said you don't have a robot She's using a flicker I take it to the sleeper He's a breakout Offline you know Tell us tell him to go to sleep when his wood is roosters and his 17 cats I don't know who he is Who is he Who's this I don't know who he is Wow.

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"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"russo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hey girl what's up I know it's one a.m. so what are we doing Oh yeah that's totally go to that place I love that place Wait a minute What is that Shut up for a second There's like a light in the sky or a bird or something Oh no oh my God Oh my God it's getting closer Oh my God it's gonna hit me It's It's an angel Really Yeah Oh yeah Frankie Russo Yep it is it's Frankie Oh my God I thought he was a janitor at the local I guess you're half right What's up girl Oh no I did it again I messed up my truth Wow Hey guys it's the Frankie Russo show and here's Frankie Yeah Yeah I want to show this statement unless I was crazy What a freaking show What a show All night I love blondie man Yeah I love Britney Oh British free Britney's free I think I talked about it last night if I remember I have the time I remember what I said You know.

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7.2 magnitude earthquake hits Haiti; at least 29 killed

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

7.2 magnitude earthquake hits Haiti; at least 29 killed

"An earthquake struck Haiti seventy eight miles west of the capital of port au prince Haitian info project capturing the scene as a woman and child trapped in the rubble in Cape Haitian saved by people digging them out the earthquake also did significant damage to the coastal town of lake high where it leveled a popular hotel hosting a celebration where officials say many are feared trapped or dead U. S. Geological Survey geophysicist Paul Caruso says it was a magnitude seven point two earthquake or pagers estimating that we have significant fatalities and significant economic damage Russo says Hey we could get some strong after shocks there's also a tropical storm expected to make landfall early in the week I'm Julie Walker

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Kirill Kaprizov Maximizing Leverage vs. Wild With 'Tentative' KHL Deal

Howard and Jeremy

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Kirill Kaprizov Maximizing Leverage vs. Wild With 'Tentative' KHL Deal

"Frank Sarah, belly. With the daily faceoff tweeted out that should contract talks, not work out with the wild. Capri. Soft now has a one year $10 million deal on the table for a team in the KHL again. That's if the wild don't he doesn't work things out with the wild. Michael Russo from the athletic said. They've offered like 787 Year contracts. The eight year Max contract Nine million a year. Apparently he's looking for shorter term. So we can get to unrestricted free agency as early as 2024 shorter term and larger money combined, so they haven't been able to reach an agreement.

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The Obamas Live Like Monarchs yet Claim to Be for the Revolution

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 11 months ago

The Obamas Live Like Monarchs yet Claim to Be for the Revolution

"He doesn't do much. He lives like a king. Michelle Obama lives like a queen. Now that would be okay seriously. But at the same time they claim to be Down for the revolution. In other words. They live like monarchs. They live like monarchs. But they claim to be down for the revolution. And I've been thinking about this. You look at the, uh At the last of the French monarchies. It ended in a very ugly way they were decapitated. By the French revolutionaries. The French revolution was based on Essentially the ideology of a man named Russo. Will sell Who's well, so we don't teach this anymore. Will sell predated marks. And in many respects, he predated Hagel. Mark studied Russo and he studied haggle. He borrowed heavily from both, and

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'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 1 year ago

'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology

"Now, this book isn't written. To just promote the book. This book is written to expose an ideology. To expose how they're devouring different institutions in this country. To inform Not just you, but our fellow citizens. This is the pamphlet that I hope it will be. That is the book. Modern day pamphlet to get into the hands and get the information of their minds as many people as possible. Try right. The wave of the wave of repression sweeping our nation is not unlike the earliest days of the French, Russian and Chinese revolutions. All were promoted as popular movements. And people's revolutions. Intended to establish Russo in communalism and Marxists, egalitarianism. But that is where the similarity ends. These revolutions were sold as liberation movements with the masses of the proletariat would rise up against the governing tyranny. In the corrupt society. They became genocidal police states. Of course, Unlike the other governments and societies, America is a constitutional representative Republic. Not a tyranny. Not a monarchy, not a dictatorship. There's no widespread dissatisfaction in America. In fact, most Americans are patriotic and revere the country. But the forces of false liberation today are led by fanatical ideologues and activists. Who are the real purveyors of tyranny and even totalitarian ism. They use propaganda, sabotage and subversion. In an effort to demoralize, destabilize and ultimately destroy. Existing society and culture.

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"russo" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"russo" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"The nineteen state local elections those three years massive drop off incivility and unbelievable increase. Welcome back to discover lafayette. I'm here with jackie and michael russo. Have he said she said branding. And also the co founders brand russo. A strategic branding agency in lafayette so. The book. looks like it's you can read it in a couple of sittings. It looks like it's easy to tackle but you also talk about in it. You know what it's like to be in business while being married and raising children if you talk about that like how do you keep all together. Well we wanted the book to be something that people could digest without being too complicated not warren peace without my glassy. Novello and although. I will say though i got it. We got it back from the publisher we looked at it was like oh my god. It's like a pamphlet in one hundred fifty pages or so. But i tell you this much. I said i won't read a book day. But i never get to it because it's hard. It's so hard to actually sit down and make sense of it. Put your words together to where without running on and whatnot and then we did a good job of that. I've got a good publishing team. Jack i both were together kind of organizing our thoughts and it tells a good story of of who we are which is important to why were why would you do. How does why does our process look better than everybody. Else's work differently we haven't reinvent the wheel we just do it our way and it works and it wouldn't work the same way if we weren't married and we weren't opposite. Sides of the same coin for us creative without strategy is just art but creative with strategy is advertising. And so we look at the duality of branding. It's gotta be both and so. He manages how things sound and how things look and make sure that they are at the top of their game at all times and i managed the strategic side of that and those two things together. That duality is the duality relationship. We are the opposite to have attracted all day long. We have nothing in common. There's no reason why it should work but it does i thinking back. I know you saw madman. Yes okay that last episode. Where was coming up with the theme song for coke. I'd like to teach the world to sing and it's like brilliant in some. I'm sure some things just bubble up in your heads without making sounds but it works. You know but you've got to be creative because someone that thinks like me. I think i'm more of a Even with podcasts. You guys might appreciate this. I was so more worried about what the name was going to be. And some of the details but people tell me to start working get your content and then it really flowed once. I started seeing okay. This is what i want this to be. I want to highlight the wonderful people in our community. But i was looking at it more linear and a lot of this has to be just totally from a different side of the brain right. Yes yes no. Actually the last chapter of the book. I talk about that and it's about our perception of creativity and we really talk about that in our team that people think of creativity and they think of being artist tutored things right. I mean i can paint some have artistic abilities with that. That doesn't make me creative. Creative is how you solve problems in europe robber and you do it every day in your life. You have kids european business. You're you help your this. You help that. You built this house. Your problem solver. And how was your creative approach to that. You know that's creativity you know and jackie. Are you talking about how you get ideas. She's much better than i am. She comes up with with good one actually. she's well. she's a great insult at. She's she's really if you could a rogue get a chance. And she's really good at that she she can just spout ideas and they're all pretty good. Some of them are bad. Some of them good but they they look and now she's on her. She's quick quicker thoughts. I'm that way. I need to process things. I need to go home in a quiet room. And you'd be in a quiet. I have no distractions of butterfly. Comes by. I'm chasing it. You know so. I need to have more time to come up with ideas and to think things through. She's a quick thinker. So it's about sometimes. It's just about solving problems. How are you better. You better salt problem. Solve so could be creative. Even if i can't creative a some saying yeah so it's like i think people get lost that word and they think it's some kind of match thing you're creative so you have to wear dark clothes and hair purple. You don't have to. You know that when. I was in school elmo. Morgan was the paint. Kicks there right. And if you ever met him. He took a schoolteacher or white. But now shirts and a black tie and the most amazing man and you start with all the time. He's like you know like painting is not and he was master. I just huge fan. I was so lucky to have classes with him and he was like you know. This is not magic. We're learning how to do it. You know the curative comes in how you solve the problems. If i'm looking at something. How do i solve this problem. And that could be on a canvas. It could be at your work site. It could be in this book. Yeah so you guys must've boil down in this region readable book twenty years in business but you had to come up with your best practices right like what. Maybe you can talk about some of those and what inspired you to finally write a book. Well we went through a very lengthy process of truly defining. How we do what we do. And we did that. Fifteen years ago and we said okay. We're the way we approach solving our clients problems and putting together these strategic brand plans. It's different than other people and so we mapped it out trademark it. it's called razor branding. And that's what we've been doing ever since and so for us to take that and bring it into the book now. That was easier step when forbes advantage media approached us and said we really were looking for successful businesses. We want to bring in what you do. We're thought oh man now we have to try to figure all this out. It was during two thousand twenty. It was kind of a perfect time was because we said okay. Well this is pandemic project. We can kind of get our heads around and so michael's writing in an amazing editorial team and they guided us through it to be able to put it all down on paper. I think that michael specially had some concerns that we're giving away all the trade secrets and the end of the day. I can hand anybody the recipe. But that doesn't mean they can cook the dish. And so i felt confident in us putting the recipe in the book. And somebody will maybe take it run with it and more power to them. That's awesome some people already have come.

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"russo" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"russo" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"It's just kind of his entertaining any super bowl ads if you watch us that only so funny but have you ever bought their product. Probably not saints. There's gotta be some substance in there to make you want to go out and do that and the same thing that around. It's just not jake and it doesn't say anything it doesn't get you emotionally connected. Then it's worth so we try to combine those two things in make it to where it's not just about cost. It's not just about values a lot of people you know we work with or hospitals and the best service and we have the best this so does everybody else and you can't you can say it but you're so. Is this guy saying that guy saying that guy saying were you. Seeing that's different. We talked about a lot is called. change in compensation. How do you change the conversation from. It's already being said because it's all been set right. We're not reinventing the wheel here. So how do we set differently. How do we put it upside down. So look at it now. Does it look different now before we get into more of the book I'd like to pause. This is really the meat of the conversation about what your book is about. I'd like to take a break. And listen back to a clip from my first interview with jackie russo. When she appeared on discover lafayette along with correct wall teaches speech and debate at her lungs. We spoke of many things past and present and how people of always use media to get their message out but in this clip jackie. You're looking back. Two thousand eight. You just mentioned when social media really spiked in popularity you can listen to this interview along with about two hundred twenty others at discover lafayette.

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Why I Love Rome

Travel with Rick Steves

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Why I Love Rome

"Let's start the hour with three guides from rome. Who tell us what they love. Most about their city rome. It's the eternal city to one of the most romantic and popular destinations in the whole world but many visitors met with a harsh reality when they wander rooms. Ancient streets overcrowded sites chaotic. Urban seems unpredictable transit strikes. If you're not prepared. Rome can be a challenge. But many will agree with me that it's all worth it. Bernardo francesca russo and susanna perugini specialize in guiding american tourists around italy and. They've all made rome their home because they love their city. They join us now on travel. With rick steves to share their love of rome and share with us some tips on how we might enjoy it too you know. Francesca susannah bondar. Generate one so rome. I love history. And there's history every where you look. Francesca you're born and raised in rome. What's it like just to go to work. Surrounded by all that history. Sometimes i think about it that i can wait for the bus right by where julius caesar was stabbed to death. So i'm thinking that rome is a place where history goes from printed words on the page of a book to something. That's alive every minute of every day so you can feel it. Something had happened. Two thousand years ago happened right now. And there's layer after layer after layer. I mean there's like an archaeological dig isn't it but it's right before your very eyes. He has over two thousand years of history. Front is every single moment. Wherever you turn all at once pub is living in rome shape your outlook. I would say that most romans take it for granted. I think they gain a sense of how special the city is when they go elsewhere and they always find everything else so new so you become you become aware of how what it means to live with two thousand years of history once you leave it i think if you grow in it and you see coliseum every day when you drive to work in the sense you don't even see it any more than you might make a case that if you live in a land with very little with the shallow history. You don't appreciate history quite as much. i mean. The oldest building in my town is one hundred years old building a new town twenty times that could maybe if you live with things that are two thousand years old and every day i think you forget it and it just becomes something many conversations with my roman friends who say they've never been inside the coliseum where he could for take it for granted. Yeah but once you open their eyes to one thing then they understand and appreciate as well

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Into The Last Unknown, with Ian Shive

This Week in Photo

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Into The Last Unknown, with Ian Shive

"Today. I have each ibew photographer. But he is also much more. He does a ton of stuff. He's one of those photographers that is living the life that a lot of us wish we could live while we're couch surfing watching some of the projects that this guy did. Did you know he's a he's he's working with the discovery channel or has worked with the discovery channel on a project called the last unknown. This latest project with those guys. We're going to dive into that project a little bit and some other things that surround how one of those projects go projects goes from the phase all the way through to you. Cnn on your apple tv or whatever in your living room in welcome to the show man house. Thanks for having me back on at the very time during this today. I know we record our creator. That was best smiling coming in. I know we're going to have fun. This is good these these. They're always fun. But especially when i'm talking to somebody. I really enjoyed talking about a topic. That i'm really fascinated with. And this is one of those topics right. So i'm a huge fan of documentary films and you know the stereotypical lifelong learner. And all that stuff. I will watch you know a universe documentary on black holes before all wives. Some reality tv nonsense on television here that such ask your target market so let. Let's start with you you've been onto it before. But let's start with quick introductions who are you and and what you know. What are you doing to sort of contribution to the world of content creation. What would your russo began. Well the elevator pitch would retract it like every few months. Because i think everything's been a big evolution me the last especially the last few years but i missile first and foremost photographer. I mean that's my passion. That is the creative. Upon which all things i'm doing are built upon and so You know i've done a lot of books. Published six books. Six book just came out last october. Refuge america's biles Was considered by times while the top looks at twenty twenty which is a huge honor. Her time getting into the times like that. Yeah it was really

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Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

The NFL Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

"Matt dollinger. Senior editor at the ringer and former lowly intern of the two thousand colts with the twenty first. Pick in the twenty twenty one. nfl draft. The indianapolis colts select aziz osha. Laurie out of georgia. I'll be honest. I'm tempted to take jones here. Because i obviously don't trust carson wentz but diseases the best pass rusher in the draft and he might be undersized but so we're dwight frene ian robert mathis. I like that. Wow that was. That was concise all encapsulated. That was how can tell intern with the two thousand nine colts. I love that colton play. They inspect so oziel ours. Your number one pass rusher. Why did you all twenty one here. And he's everyone else really dumb for not listening to you No i so know. I think this this rusher classes bachelor. Classes vary Hard to predict what how the or of the these guys are gonna come off the board. I think with oh jewelry. It's because he's a little undersized as don mentioned he's he's six foot two so that's generally speaking like shorter than you wanna passer should be however he does make up for it with incredible length. His a really wide wingspan long arms Good burst bend. I like skill set. you know. He had some really impressive russia's where he like. You almost looks like von miller where you're like bending around the corner getting really low dipping your shoulder and getting back to the cornerback So i think there's a skill set to work with their but yet speaking of the pastors for classes just basically. There's no one clear elite guy in the class. And whether it's you know a russo or jalen phillips or og. Larry couple of other guys is basically pick your flavor. Whatever type of player. You'd think has chance of succeeding in your scheme. I could see any of these guys be the first pass. Rusher pick

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Number of migrant children in US custody passed 15,000

Frankie Russo

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Number of migrant children in US custody passed 15,000

"The influx of illegal immigrants seeking to enter the United States at the Southern border, especially unaccompanied Children is ongoing. The Biden administration is trying to build up capacity to care for 14. 1000 young undocumented migrants now in federal custody, With more likely on the way FEMA is already placing unaccompanied Children into housing as the number of adults But specifically Children alone with no family or possessions continues to rise. The administration is pulling this thing under control. And I think it's important to know that The difference between the attitude toward the people and the Children is so different in just these two months versus what happened in the past four years. Republicans are not so optimistic as the speaker of the House House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy, who made a trip to the border last week trying to meet in person with the president Fox's David spot

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House passes Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief package

Frankie Russo

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

House passes Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief package

"The $1.9 trillion covert relief bill. Even after two Democrats crossed party lines to vote against it. President Biden says the Senate should act fast to pass the package that includes $1400 stimulus checks. Now the middle moves the United States Senate where I hope will receive quick action. I have we have no time to waste. If we act now, decisively quickly and boldly, we can finally get ahead of this virus. We can finally get our economy moving again. The Senate will take up the measure. As soon as Monday. New

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Lady Gaga's dogs returned to Los Angeles police station unharmed

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga's dogs returned to Los Angeles police station unharmed

"Angeles police say a woman brought Lady gaga as dogs Koji and Gustav to a community Police station and they were unharmed. The dogs were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog, Walker, this singer so upset and determined to get her dog's back. She offered a half million dollar reward for their safe return. The cops say the woman who returned the dogs appears to be uninvolved with the shooting and theft. No word yet on what's to become of that reward, Fox says. Jail NATO the dog Walker, who was hailed a hero by Lady Gaga on Instagram is out of intensive care and expected to make a full recovery. The dog nappers from Maine at large. I'm Camp Russo and this is Fox

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Sportswriter Zach Lowe on NBA Mid-Season Leaders

ESPN Daily

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Sportswriter Zach Lowe on NBA Mid-Season Leaders

"Where. We are at the midway point of the nba season. And that means. I have questions for you about the utah jazz. I say the utah jazz to you. Right now what comes to mind a whole lot of threes there making these every time you know checkup jazz box score at my brain just glances over twenty two thousand from three leg. It's just nothing there number two in defense in number three or something in offense. They do profile as championship contender. Like they're the best team in the league by record right now. Are they the best team in the league to you. While the comparison that that's become sort of commonplaces they're they're the new sixty win hawks. The team that was built to win a lot of games regular season pretty ball movement side to side movement. You don't really have the star power to compete against lebron james when it comes down to it in the playoffs but i don't think they're just sort of blake a regular season flute so the way the jazz are playing right now. It reminds me not just of the hawks as you said but also a kind of mutant version of the houston rockets simply because of the sheer volume of threes. Does that comparison sounded all right and also does that comparison than invite the questions about what happens in the postseason. If shooting a bunch of threes doesn't go as well as it did in the regular season. That comparison does not ring true to me honestly just stylistically. They're so different. The volume of threes is similar. Like they are taking a houston. Daryl morey level volume of threes. But they play so differently. The other comparison is brad stevens. I think the first one to give voice to this is to two thousand fourteen spurs which is kind of like. That's that's i don't want to say that out loud well to an mba hipster fan to an emmy afficionados. Let's put it that way kinda sewer. What does that specific spurs team. What does that evoke in your memory. It almost has this sort of religion. Level reverend yes. Everybody loved watching that team. Anybody who was at games three to five of the finals that year when by the beginning of game four we were all looking at each other. Like all my god. They're just going to destroy the heat and to compare any team to where that team reached. It just feels like talking to a pitcher in the seventh inning of a no hitter. Something like you just don't want to say out loud but that is a comparison. People are making looked at jazz. Their undoing in the playoffs in in previous seasons was day would very much like the hawks. Actually day would get a lot of open threes and not make them and you could look at that and say well. We did everything right. We just didn't make shots. Which is what. Every hawks team including that one said after the playoffs. And so yeah. The three point volume is similar to the rockets. And that's a little scary. The team that this discussion has occurred in the context of is the lakers. As you said as it must be the defending champions and so when you look at the lakers right now. I want to get to lebron specifically in a second but just them without anthony davis and how much they've struggled most recently losing to these jazz and blow out. What is that revealing to you or confirming to you about what this team needs to actually content. I think like any team. They need their best players to be healthy. I i'm pretty low on the lakers panic meter because it's not just anthony. Davis who you know was first team all nba hill assures. Anthony davis is not like some borderline all the best players in the league. Dennis schreuder is maybe their third best player. I think kyle kuzma is kind of the claim that mantle disturbing might be their third most important player. Because he's the only other guy. With the exception of some frisky alex russo games entail. Norton tucker will get you some. You know some stuff done now and then but he's learned other on ball creator the other the other guys threat to score or pass to somebody else. Yeah you take them away and it's like oh my god. Lebron has to do everything and and you know he's probably getting a little tired and even though he'll never say it the only thing that will make my panic meter go above like three point. Five on a one to ten is if we get news. At davis's injury is lingering or more serious that we thought it was then if they're healthy in the playoffs yeah. Competition in the west is is probably better this year. Particularly if denver finds whatever gear they had going in the bubble. There's going to be a lot of really good teams in the west. You could get the one seed in the west and play the warriors. You could get to play the mad. I mean it's it's just every round is hard there. But yeah i i can't i can't get too worked up about it right now. Yeah the western conference meet

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Atlanta cops fired over students' arrests win jobs back

Atlanta's Morning News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta cops fired over students' arrests win jobs back

"Their jobs after video shows them tasing. Two college kids caught in the middle of street protests last summer, Attorney Lance LaRussa tells me Atlanta police investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter feel vindicated after the Civil Service board agreed their due process was violated when they were fired without an investigation on whether they used excessive force, arresting two college students because lawful force will never look good on a video instead of saying it looks bad, so we need to do something. There should have been a presumption that these were highly trained officers and maybe what they did was approach. Criminal charges are still pending. The Russo says The officers who were ousted June 1st are expected to get back pay Veronica Waters.

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2 Atlanta police officers fired over use of force during protest, back on job

Clark Howard

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

2 Atlanta police officers fired over use of force during protest, back on job

"Their jobs after being captured on video using a stun gun and the forcible arrest of two college students last May should be given back pay for the time that they were out, lawyer Lance Lynn Rousseau says. Atlanta's civil service Sport finds police investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter were wrongly fired without an investigation over alleged excessive force while arresting tonight a pilgrim in Masaya Young. They are feeling vindicated. They are anxious to get back to work, and Lou Russo contends when they are investigated, they will be cleared. It's unclear whether this decision affects the officers. Criminal charges. Fulton County's new D A just turned those cases over to the state Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB Tony Bennett has Alzheimer's disease. The

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"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back a little bit more than fifteen into our to on this midweek edition and thanks to nick. Lock for a nearly an hour. Recap of the readers cup with the heavy emphasis on the turf races Nicole russo of the daily racing form. Nicole was covering a couple of the turf raises the turf sprint for both the older horses and and the babies and You know not that not that the other correspondents are taking vacations. There's there's certainly doing you know still doing plenty of work but nicole has been absolutely just busiest convey because minutes after the breeders cup ended and the last things were filed. She turned her attention to the two sales sunday. Starting about two o'clock The first afternoon and then the night of stars and now two days into the keelan sale which continues and so many broodmares are changing hands of course and broodmare or racing prospects. Weanlings are going through the the ring. So we're getting on some new stallions that just entered the market last year. And the then there were the showcase The the absolute Boutique items that went through the ring. particularly on monday and on sunday nicole. Russo joins us nicole. Good morning morning. The call went whether things going to relax for you. I mean you've you've written literally about fifteen things since thursday. Well we're we're in day. Three of kind of keeneland november and As known as deluded to that task You know we've got about another week. And a half year of that testing you know several levels in the marketplace for broodmares and for weanlings by these emerging sires and Next week we've got the selection of racing and stallion prospects that has grown so much in In popularity in recent years so that's always the second week highlight at keeneland november so Kind of plenty of action still to come here. Well let's before we dive into the sales and and talk about I hadn't had toffee yesterday. We talked about what's what spendthrift is up to Which is a lot Before we do that. Let me get your postscript to breeders cup and some impressions. We talked to nick lock and we hit the to turf. Sprints but from your perspective The the results and the themes from friday and saturday. Well i you know. i'm. I'm glad i'm glad that you mentioned nick. Lock and some of the turf sprints and certainly some of the european angles on a huge weekend for them You know glass slippers as we as we talked about last week You know she had. She had experienced running around and left-handed band. And maybe didn't have some of the vulnerabilities that other european have come over for the turf sprint. In the past have had. And she delivered on that. Under a terrific ride from tommy's sorting horses and becoming the first European-based winner of the turf sprint So i thought that was fascinating to see that. Come to fruition and you know how satisfying was it see. What more went on saturday that that was you know. One one of the stories of the weekend just You know a tip of the hat to ron mcadoo and his entire crew. You know if you watch when we're over the last several years us. He's a tough horse. He's opinionated horse. he's not an easy horse. I think for them to produce that he just keeps going out and running and you know how satisfying was it to see him deliver for that whole theme absolutely And of course there was so much bloodstock related performances and the ramifications involved. That includes you know some of the the juveniles and watching for the pedigree's that were were there and you know the unity the you know the enhance. Potentially you know some of the wheeling and and you know some of the other elements then. There's going to be the The the mayor's that Are going to get purchased to support all of these stallions. I mean there's Just a seemingly endless parade nicole between what authentic coma. War of will improbable. Tom's that that global campaign maximum security higher power. And there's others. Yeah and you know you. You mentioned a little bit kind of the the synergy between the racism sales and you know certainly everything everything plays into itself so you have those new stallions going to start at. You know the various entities coming in and spying the mayors to support those new stallions. Certainly we've seen that already at a high level with With spendthrift authentic That's one of the. That's one of the ideas behind beefing up their broodmare ban the fall to get some more top and mayors to support their.

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"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Him? Well I mean it's it's not an uncommon sort of curve for You know a young stallions career to take and you know it's not something that a horse can't come back from you. Again, you look at the horses who are succeeding you mentioned Nyquist you mentioned not this time you know both were graded stakes winning juvenile's by good two year old sires. So of course, you would expect them to have good two year olds and they delivered run happy was another later developing sort of course You know who came on and that summer of his three year old year you know? So there. You know certainly there they're bred to be fast. They were bred to be precocious but looking at their sire, you know it's perhaps not a surprise to me that they're taking a little bit of time to come around and that the market is responding to that You know. I think we've you know he's he's one that gotta take a bit of a wait and see approach and say, are they gonNA following their sires bold and start running a little bit. You know later honest same mature a little bit and if so then the market will respond to that. You know we often see. Young stallions take a bit of adept. You know the year that their first yearlings market or I two year olds come Tamar you know are running you know, and then we've seen horses bounce back later on as they you know is they hit their stride and people figure out what they're going to be. So you know I don't think this I, don't think it. I don't think it's surprise that the market spent a little bit cold on him but I don't think it's something You know where you can write off the horse for all time. So just looking there were three six-figure sellers, all one, hundred thousand, and it might turn out that that these prices. Fifty thousand fifty five sixty thirty five, twenty, five, twenty, these may end up being bargains if you know if. People treat them and and our patient. And and try to let them mature. You know understanding how horses how the the progeny. How they matured and if they're gonNA take their time and be better in a later the you have to train them and race them accordingly But that that doesn't necessarily you know do him. Any favors as a stallion in the marketplace. That's a that's a challenge. Certainly and You know again we're we're waiting on the reports of Mirrors Brad for this year sell on you know we'll have to see what sort of numbers he gets You know next year because it all feeds into each other. Perhaps if you're a commercial breeder, you say, Gee, these are really struggling a little bit You know maybe also my mirror elsewhere until I see how does you know so That's you know th the cycle just keeps repeating. That's something that we're going to have to watch for this year and next year. Now the the results have been. Mixed to say the least I think that's the that's a polite way to to discuss at the top end we knew would be strong and and Competition for you know the elite pedigrees. After that it, it's been a little bit a little tough. So You know. Here's here's a here's another You know we've talked about some sort of your. With European, and international lines years one jumping up Early Fireworks in book five is a Cara Conti coal just sold for five hundred thousand MARCI So some some early fireworks here in book five per Cara Conti who of course has solely Volonte and others in in his first crop and he's really you know sort of an interesting multi purpose stallion us and some European and Japanese blood behind him born in Japan was a you know was a group one winner in Europe and won the Breeders Cup Mile here, and now stands at Games way and get some support from some different outfits you know. So here's. An interesting sire story and an example of market responding to early. Success Carrie. Kahn he with his first three year olds this year. That's now his third crop. About that So big number five, hundred thousand, and you never know that that's what that's what makes this fund well Nicole you got gotTa Watch the feed and get today's stories but a wonderfully thorough complete look at the majority of the sale through book for Nicole Russo Everybody you follow Nicole on twitter and her terrific bloodstock coverage and she's getting ready to start following particularly the juvenile side of things when it comes to. Breeders. Cup Nicole thank you so much for this. Outstanding. Guys. Nicole Russo and So impressed with the call you can throw you can throw any topic at her D. R. F. Russo let's take a break exactly top of the hour and Andy Serwer GonNa join. US will get Andy's take on opening weekend at Valmont, and of course, the America's Day at the races show. That is also feeding you. Plenty of action from Churchill. And they even they even fit in some Delaware Action the.

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"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Bat cave. given given given our current the health situation anything bat related is people are warding off. So stay away stay away from back caves. Decision. Nicole Russo joins us from the daily racing form and we're we're now on the back end of. The sale and. Even though it's the, you know even though it it, you know the the heavy ad. Portion of the sale is is is over. This is important. I just had cassie and Kassy's been shopping all the way through and he he's headed over for a book five just underway this morning but books three and four Nicole juxtapose. saw over the weekend in yesterday juxtapose it two books wanted to. well I think what we've seen as you know over the weekend, we hit the midway point of the sale with the finale of books three that comprise the first six sessions of the twelfth session sales that runs through Friday with books six you know sort of what we've seen is you know nothing nothing surprising compared to this point of the shale twenty nineteen the average prices down at the median prices down you know and those declining figures you can largely point to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic of course we. Have some market restrained. That's common reaction uncertainty and the world at large, and you know the travel restrictions due to the pandemic have caused this marketplace to really be dominated by domestic interests you know we're missing a lot of major international buyers including goal which led all buyers last year sale purchasing sixteen, million dollars, worth of yearlings. That's really avoid that you know even though the domestic market has been very active with a lot of people making more purchases and they might normally that's the sort of that's really hard to fill so. I don't think that those declines we've hit kind of the midway point in the back end of sale..

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"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Awards. With Steve. was. Becoming interviews this. Is Stupid. We're back. Our to about fifteen almost fifteen minutes in our two after a fun visit. With Markazi and Nicole. Russo. is to join US next. Let me slip in a few notes, I this a harness more than a harness thing but you may have seen yesterday afternoon. Press release. Between Keeneland and Kentucky downs that they're going to build. A? Historic racing. They're looking to build a historic racing. Facility Parlors. and. Harness tracks. In Corbin and Williamsburg. Kentucky. And? Didn't see any I didn't notice any reaction I just saw the. You know the the press release and some obvious. Regional support. From Officials in in that part, the south southeastern. Kentucky. Williamsburg in Whitely County. Corbin. I've seen corporate on the map. I. Could have to go back and? I know I know I've seen it. got. To. And figure out what What it means. What what is closest because I the that's A. Know. That's a pretty. Wilderness. Part of I mean there is obviously there's a lot of stretches of. Stuff Kentucky that are. Lightly lightly populated Terry Go. Not Yeah, not far not. Basically directly Corbin directly north of. Of Knoxville So. Kind of. That that. Tennessee Kentucky. Carolina. Section. I I did spend I did spend. My share time when I worked for Cannon Mills. Out Out Around Swan Noah. Your Ashville and Really gets. Unbelievable and boone used to get the boone later on when I worked for. My work for procter used to get to. Asheville. Boone Appalachian State and Really it's really nice. That cave who's been the bat cave. Nicole Russo joins us. Nicole. Have you been to bat cave North Carolina? I have not been to.

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"russo" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"russo" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"In the community who are environmental leaders, and I thought with the challenging times we're living in. CAITLIN would be a breath of fresh here, and she shares her passion for life and living sustainably and find out if she really is a tree hugger. caitlyn Russo welcome to discover Lafayette I. Thank you for having me. Yes, so you know I've read your. Your blog and in the times, I've. I knew about you, but I didn't really know much about you and one day last week I thought you know everybody's been so focused on. What we can't do There's been a little fear involved in our future, and you really are inspirational about living intentionally and. Yeah just wanted to thank you for taking time today. Tell us first. About growing up here in Lafayette and the influences that have kind of led you to be this spokesperson for Sustainability, Sure Yeah, my parents actually still live in the house that I was born and raised in, and so we just we've always lived in Lafayette. I've always been a part of the community you know went to school here went to you will. Work in the community now so. It's just fun to come to share this community and be a part of it. My parents have always been very inspiring, and they've been leaders in a way in recycling in teaching me about environmental aspects. I remember back when I was a kid when they had the three recycling bins for Lafayette separate. Your paper glass in your aluminum in the last night was somewhere in there. They weren't either no big enough but I remember. That was part of chores was had to carry the recycling bins to the kerm on trash night, and so we always just kinda did little things like that. You know we. We can serve the lot I remember in school I. Think it was in middle school. I had a teacher who read from this book. Fifty simple things kids can do to change the world, and she would read us a different one each day, and it always just kind of stuck with me, and it was little things like you know cutting the the readings from a six pack of soft drink cans. To Save. Now. Turtles and animals like that and so things like that always of stuck with me, actually found a copy of that book made Amazon years ago and I still have it. So. It's just kind of those little things as I have grown, have just stayed with me and just. Always understood the importance of why we should do that and protect the environment and I just really enjoy being able to share that with others and hopefully inspire people to make changes in their own lives, so we're. Disciplinarian at home with your your husband if he as committed as you are educational. Yeah, he's actually has learned a whole lot and. He's very game for all of the things that I'll come up with, and we do a lot at home. We recycle a lot..

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"russo" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"russo" Discussed on Paul Allen

"COM There is we negotiate the pandemic purge from Shutdown Central Park ran today. Minnesota other may be some things opening maybe likewise nationwide but nevertheless through nine ish weeks Shutdown central the pandemic purge there those beginning to crack on a daily basis nine to noon addresses them and that into the fair off You know with with some things Russo. Radio shared.

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"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Think a lot of them You know had some difficulty selling their order with dealings in September queen linked to November because those markets were so competitive You know so I do. Expect got to see some competition from the PIN hookers here looking to make sure their branches are all for upcoming sales seasons. Well Nicole Russo will bring you all the news news and all the action as it happens over the next five days. The Qinglin January sales starting in about twenty five minutes Nicole. I appreciate it and and We'll catch up. As the sales train starts to make its rounds Ocalan next the and then back around and then it'll be time to start selling point two year olds in training. It's a giant hamster wheel all year. Long well you it really is the as we've said all these sales really need a warning to other we're talking about the yearling markets affect on the next season The two year old results. I think have an affect on the yearling rolling market people looking ahead so you know everything sort of does play into each other. No doubt and it's a you know the entire fire the entire sport in that way it's an infrastructure and it's an ecosystem at no doubt about it And all all participants Should keep that in mind the that. We're all codependent Nicole. Thanks so much. And we'll be watching for twitter missives and live reports at d. r. f. and then your daily summary Thanks Steve Thank you so much. We'll talk soon Nicole Russo. Everybody and the follow Nicole who does just a tremendous job and We talked to her most often about sales results. D R F Russo but She's also very very dangerous When it comes to doing work at the racetrack when keeneland season and and Breeders Cup and triple crown as she pitches pitches in a very very sharp when it comes to the straightforward race reporting as well multi the multi-talent? Let's take a break. We'll come back. And we're GonNa talk the Hammy Smith which is always one of my favorite visits and on the occasion of his two thousand win on Friday for brother. Gory and the two of them talk about the inter- interwoven as two horsemen. That I mean just really the industry all you have to do is look around at any place that was reporting on on the occasion to see the you know the gushing of appreciation and respect for Hamilton and Franklin Smith. Ambien gory.

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"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"russo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Think a lot of them You know had some difficulty selling their order with dealings in September queen linked to November because those markets were so competitive You know so I do. Expect got to see some competition from the PIN hookers here looking to make sure their branches are all for upcoming sales seasons. Well Nicole Russo will bring you all the news news and all the action as it happens over the next five days. The Qinglin January sales starting in about twenty five minutes Nicole. I appreciate it and and We'll catch up. As the sales train starts to make its rounds Ocalan next the and then back around and then it'll be time to start selling point two year olds in training. It's a giant hamster wheel all year. Long well you it really is the as we've said all these sales really need a warning to other we're talking about the yearling markets affect on the next season The two year old results. I think have an affect on the yearling rolling market people looking ahead so you know everything sort of does play into each other. No doubt and it's a you know the entire fire the entire sport in that way it's an infrastructure and it's an ecosystem at no doubt about it And all all participants Should keep that in mind the that. We're all codependent Nicole. Thanks so much. And we'll be watching for twitter missives and live reports at d. r. f. and then your daily summary Thanks Steve Thank you so much. We'll talk soon Nicole Russo. Everybody and the follow Nicole who does just a tremendous job and We talked to her most often about sales results. D R F Russo but She's also very very dangerous When it comes to doing work at the racetrack when keeneland season and and Breeders Cup and triple crown as she pitches pitches in a very very sharp when it comes to the straightforward race reporting as well multi the multi-talent? Let's take a break. We'll come back. And we're GonNa talk the Hammy Smith which is always one of my favorite visits and on the occasion of his two thousand win on Friday for brother. Gory and the two of them talk about the inter- interwoven as two horsemen. That I mean just really the industry all you have to do is look around at any place that was reporting on on the occasion to see the you know the gushing of appreciation and respect for Hamilton and Franklin Smith. Ambien gory.

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